Healthy Results designs programs and methods through seeking out information from evidence-based, peer reviewed articles combined with physician recommendations and over 15 years of experience working with clients who have diagnosed conditions, underlying conditions, obese populations and those seeking out overall healthy lifestyles.
Robyn L Kretschy Becker, M.S.
Certified in: Personal Fitness Training, Corrective Exercise Specialist, Medical Exercise Specialist, Health Coach
Robyn has worked as a Personal Fitness Trainer for over 20 years. Robyn founded Healthy Results in 2002 with the concept of taking steps toward healthier lifestyles through exercise. Robyn has focused on helping clients improve health through exercise programming as well as making other lifestyle changes. Many of Robyn’s clients come to her with chronic conditions and embrace exercise as a tool to help manage those conditions as well as feel and live better, healthier lives. She is a Subject Matter Expert with the American Council on Exercise as a certified Health Coach. After earning her Masters in Applied Physiology, she embarked on teaching exercise science in the higher education field and was the Director of the Personal Fitness Training program at Malcolm X –City Colleges of Chicago. She is now an adjunct instructor at Loyola University in the Exercise Science department. Robyn spends much of her time keeping up with her two young and extremely active boys. In her own time she enjoys running, yoga, downhill & cross country skiing, participating in triathlons, gardening, nutritious cooking and engaging in the outdoors as much as possible. She lost over 60 pounds after each pregnancy and understands what it feels like to work hard and become healthy withstanding the demands of a busy and hectic work and family lifestyle.
How you can benefit
Flatten YOUR curve . . .
and give me 10!
At this time, we now know that some chronic conditions* may lead to severe symptoms of Covid-19, critical care and possibly mortality are conditions that can be improved with lifestyle changes. Given there is no one treatment and no vaccine available, what you have in your control is to make healthier changes to your life. And even if you don’t have a chronic condition, improving your health is vital for helping you reduce your risk of most chronic diseases. The CDC also notes “poorly controlled”. We can help you set up strategies so that you work toward taking control over your health and your underlying conditions.
Help make the new normal a healthier normal!
How can you flatten your curve?
Go back to the basics and check in to see how you are doing:
1. EAT NUTRITIONAL FOODS
- Eat 5-7 (more is better here) fruits and vegetables per day – make it a variety
- Reduce or even eliminate processed foods
- Eat lean proteins
- Minimize animal fats
- Increase plant based foods (including nuts, legumes, seeds)
2. EXERCISE DAILY
- Participate in daily MODERATE exercise – ideally 30 minutes per day, change it up from cardiovascular to strength to stretching
- Aim for 7-9 hours of sleep per night
- Quality sleep is important for proper health
4. Reduce Stress
- Practice Stress reduction strategies
- Therapeutic interventions such as talk therapy
5. STOP SMOKING