Exercise Your Mind to
Eat, Move, and Be Well
Who is EatMoveBe?
I'm Darren Stehle. People come to me to transform their health and fitness, improve their mindset, change careers, or get clear on "who they want to be when they grow up."
Most people know WHAT to do to get what they want but they just can’t seem to actually DO IT.
That is precisely where I come in.
I show people how to quickly and effortlessly get out of their own way by helping them understand their thoughts and behaviour so they can finally get done what they know they MUST do.
My clients love that it's not about willpower or motivation.
So what's blocking you right now? What's your biggest struggle?
The EatMoveBe Well Approach
With patience, persistence, and attention to detail, I bring a sense of order to your physical and mental well-being.
"Darren is the only coach who has made a significant impact on my overall wellbeing. I’ve utilized most of Darren’s services, including personal training, assisted stretching, nutritional advice and meal planning.
"Once you work with Darren I find it’s very difficult to turn anywhere else because he truly is the best. He is highly knowledgable and has provided me with excellent tools to make the maintenance of my fitness and nutritional habits a breeze."
"Darren, your feedback and your thoughts/ideas on how I can remain more consistent with my habits and building a healthy, workable foundation have been great!
"I appreciate having a platform through which I can touch base every day, that keeps me engaged so that I don't get lazy and stop putting in the work and effort, and that challenges me in incremental steps."
“In recent months my activity levels have at least doubled: I train 2-3 times a week with my team, as well as additional strength and cardio work for independent fitness, plus Saturday game day. It became obvious very quickly that I wasn’t feeding my body enough fuel to perform 100% physically and mentally. Who would’ve thought I’d get told to eat more food?! But that’s exactly what I needed.
"Darren offered suggestions for pre-training snacks, tips for fast recovery, and told me it was ok to eat porridge for breakfast. Legend! Already I notice a huge difference at work, no more droopy-eyes at 3pm, but more importantly, improved performance on court as well."