About Me

Stephanie Rondeau MS, LAT, ATC, CSCS, CHC

Who am I?

I am a certified health coach located in Boston, MA.  I am also a CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, or NSCA, a personal trainer, and small group fitness instructor. I help women to treat themselves with compassion, to practice positivity, and to find the motivation and strength to live their healthiest lifestyle.

Through coaching, I am able to help women figure out their own personal roadblocks to health and wellness, and together we can create a plan to help you reach a sustainable place of peace, health, and happiness. I specialize in strength training and lifestyle modification and am here to help my clients find the motivation and self appreciation they need to continue their healthy habits long after they leave my services.

I started this blog in early 2012 as an outlet to share my passion for good food, nutrition, strength training, and all things health related. Over time, it has transformed from a casual hobby to my true passion, and my goal is to help as many people as I can to reach their best potential.

My Health Philosophy:

I am a firm believer that we can all take different paths to get to the same healthy point in life. We do not all need to be paleo, we do not all need to be Crossfitters, we do not all need to be competitive power lifters, we do not all need to be runners. But we do all need to figure out which of these things, among others, works for us to get us to our healthy place in life. I’m certainly not saying that I’ve got it all figured out, but ultimately, my goal is to help others along their healthy living path. Your path most likely will not look the same as mine, and that’s ok — healthy is not a black-and-white, cookie-cutter state. It’s a journey, and sometimes all you need is a little nudge in whatever direction is right for you.  If I can help you find that right direction, then I’ve accomplished what I set out to do!

What Can You Expect From Me On This Blog?

You can expect a lot of body positivity, general optimism, but also a dose of reality. I’m not going to tell you that those tiny pink weights will make your arms toned if you lift them 100 times per day (they won’t),  but I’m also not going to sell you some magical “easy” solution to finding the best you. Finding and maintaining a healthy state takes a lot of work and support, and I’m here to help you through that and teach you ways to continue your healthy lifestyle into the future. I’ll post some workouts, some inspiration, and just some general life musings if the mood strikes me. I can’t promise a whole lot of recipes, but those will come in small doses as well. A healthy lifestyle is a long and never ending journey, and I’m passionate about helping people find the correct path for them. Posts on this blog and in my newsletter will reflect this passion, and hopefully help to ignite something within yourself to help you build your own passion and motivation.

Where Else Can You Find Me? 

Along with descriptions here, please head on over to my business page, Rondeau Health and Wellness for more information and booking. If you’re looking for something beyond the blog, I’m looking forward to working with you!

Questions or comments? 

Feel free to contact me at: itrainthereforeieat@gmail.com




45 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Love the way you write Steph! So down to earth and understandable for us every-day folks who need to learn. You’re not preachy, just informative in a friendly manner. Thanks!!!

  2. Hi Steph! I just came across your blog because I saw a comment you made on the freshly pressed blog post about leaving comments! 🙂

    I like your writing style & your humor, and am excited about perusing the rest of your writings! 🙂


  3. just found your blog…and i love it
    the name is great and after reading your story i found that we have some things in common! excited to have found it! 🙂

  4. Hello my name is Aubrey. & I was wondering if you’d answer 3 questions for me? It’s for my careers class & I’d really appreciate your help.

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  8. Hi there! I am a Nutrition and Exercise Health Major currently and aspire to be a Physical Therapist but I would love to get my CSCS someday… I’m glad I stumbled upon your blog!! I also love how you said everyone takes a different path to a healthy life- I think some people don’t realize that! I look forward to seeing more of your posts : )

  9. Hello! I noticed your photo of your pull up bar because you have the same style molding around your doorway as I do. I can never find a standard pull up bar that fits this extra wide and thick doorway trim…. what brand is your pull up bar?? And where did you get it? Thank you!!

  10. Hi,
    I just came across your site while doing some research for my own burgeoning blog. I love what you have to say! I’ll definitely be bookmarking this site, as I look forward to reading more 🙂

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