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Check Out Evan Regenwether’s Story

Today we’d like to introduce you to Evan Regenwether.

Hi Evan, so excited to have you with us today. What can you tell us about your story?
Just like anyone, I do have a story! My story begins back in the Midwest where I originate from, and fitness & nutrition were always a large part of my life growing up. I played sports, loved training, and fell in love with consistently achieving more and getting better, day in and day out. As I grew older, my attention turned from playing the sports that I loved to coaching others to become better athletes, no matter what age they were.

So, I began accruing certifications, internships, my degree, and real work experience and putting it all to the test in helping as many people as possible while achieving their goals and building their knowledge base. This passion for helping others ultimately helped me in taking the leap and starting my training business in 2015 and I’ve pivoted from in-person training to online coaching, to my latest addition, nutrition coaching.

In my business, Dedicated Strength & Nutrition, LLC, I’ve taken a multi-faceted approach to coaching others by utilizing nutrition as the foundation through which we build on top of ourselves. My philosophy for coaching is that everyone is an athlete – no matter their age or activity level. We must all be able to do the same activities of daily living to continue living a fulfilling life, and my purpose is to be able to help others realize that!

Can you talk to us a bit about the challenges and lessons you’ve learned along the way? Looking back would you say it’s been easy or smooth in retrospect?
The road of entrepreneurship has been full of roadblocks, pot-holes, and side streets that have been other partially opened. However, the struggles of starting and scaling a business are the main reasons why I continue doing what I do. I love the challenge and it forces me to constantly grow and expand my potential in a somewhat linear progression. As they say, if it were easy, everyone would do it! Right?

Thanks – so what else should our readers know about your work and what you’re currently focused on?
My work and business, I am the primary coach for the business. I serve as the first point of contact for prospective clients, the marketing agent, the social media manager, the finance department, and so the list continues. My business and I specialize in coaching clients through a flexible nutrition approach. This approach focuses on a macronutrient-based lifestyle which allows my clients to be able to consume essentially whatever they want, as long as it fits the parameters outlined within the plan that we have set forth.

With the program that I have created, my clients receive access to a course for educational retention, customized macronutrient guide figures, weekly training via Zoom, meal guides, recipe packs, and much more. My purpose is to ensure that my clients gain as much knowledge as possible on building a long-term, sustainable lifestyle change for themselves and their families.

I’d say I’m known for being a “coach!” I will never shy away from a moment of educating someone on the benefits of an active lifestyle. I’m certainly most proud of picking up and moving to Colorado back in 2015! It was a leap of faith and the first thing I remember recalling as I arrived in the Denver area was that it felt more like home than any other area I’ve lived in!

What sets me apart from others is that I can genuinely empathize with my clients. I go through the same struggles as everyone with everyday challenges, including with fitness & nutrition. However, I have a deep passion for being a coach and truly care about helping my clients make the necessary lifestyle change that will help them with living long and fulfilling life.

Risk-taking is a topic that people have widely differing views on – we’d love to hear your thoughts.
In my life, I’ve certainly taken risks at great times and also at less-than-ideal times. I find that taking risks is truly beneficial in finding out what you’re made of, and what your mind is capable of then. From there, you can use that realization to further build and grow your experience, intellect, and grit.

A risk can be simply switching to a different employer, moving to a different city or state, or anything that you find to be bold with potential upside. Not all risks have panned out with my life, but that’s expected when getting out of my comfort zone and making changes. I’ve found that taking risks has significantly expanded my horizons and helped me realize that my potential was much more than it would have been if I hadn’t.


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