head coach

Vee Night

They / She

I have gone through your same difficulties

Hi friend! I’m Vee.
I’m the founder and head coach here at “She Lifts That”.

I’ve been actively training for the past 11 years and have been helping transforming hundreds of lives in my 8 years of career.

..Yet I can never forget how difficult it was to start and make sense out of all the noise. 

Fitness coaching for women and femmes is often standardized and doesn’t consider your needs and preferences. Programs are riddled with myths and rarely based on scientific evidence leading to poor long term results. 

Training is often seen as a “chore” or worse a “punishment” for our past behavior rather than something we enjoy doing. Nutrition is wrongly divided into “healthy” and “naughty” food, which naturally creates cycles of sacrifices and guilt.

Instead:

  • What if I told you science based training and nutrition was simple and much more effective?
  • What if I told you it can be learned and applied by anyone?
  • What if I told you it could be used to meet your goals without sacrificing the food you enjoy?

I have experienced your struggles and suffered your uncertainties. I just can’t wait to show you a better way.

Let me help you clear the noise

About me...

Let's get personal!

  • Sustainable body re-composition for AFAB and non-binary individuals;
  • Non-standardized Fat Loss, Hypetrophy and Strength goals;
  • Building gym floor confidence and independence.;
  • Highly individualized technical review to get the most out of the exercises;
  • Based on positive reinforcement, not on privation and guilt.
  • I moved to Melbourne in 2023 and fulfilled a life long dream of mine.
    My goals for the future are to :
  • Make an positive impact in my community;
  • Spend more time in the present moment;
  • Adopt one to many doggies.
  • Metal, Goth and Electronic music;
  • Skating;
  • Drumming;
  • Board and video games;
  • Anything crafty.
  • Freedom for Palestine and Tibet
  • LGBTQ+ rights
  • BLM rights
  • Gender equality
  • Aboriginal recognition
  • Better accessibility for physically impaired and neurodivergent*

    * this is list includes but it’s not necessarily limited to these points

my fitness journey

2008

Eating disorder

It started with a simple restriction on the amount of ''junk food'' I was consuming.
It fed heavily on the praises I received for my weight loss and the - almost - culturally accepted body dysmorphia.
A temporary diet quickly became my new norm of eating.
Whenever I ate the food that I liked and craved I couldn’t help but feel guilty, believing that eating like that would bind me to gain weight.
This inevitably leads to cycles of strict restriction and binge eating.
Only wanting to see my weight go down every day caused me to lose a lot of muscle. I also felt incredibly weak, both mentally and physically.

2011

Training to exhaustion

So I decided to go to the gym for the first time.
My personal trainer gave me the classic ''girl's plan'' filled with cardio and group classes. I found it fun at first, but I never knew how much working out was ‘’enough’’, I ended up training for crazy lengths, up to 5h per time.
A fun, new experience quickly transformed into an exhausting job I had to do, trading most of my free time for it.

2013

Not seeing results

Even so I stopped seeing any more weight loss after the first few months.
I felt at a loss. I was already eating as little as I could, training as much as my body could bear.
I tried anything from Stairmasters to Pump classes, from Boxing to HIIT circuits and more..

2014

Does lifting weights make you "bulky"?

That’s when a friend of mine asked me to come lift weights with him.
I believed weightlifting would make a woman ‘bulky’ and shield away from doing it regularly.
But oh man wasn’t it fun? Conquering exercises you never knew you could perform, grabbing that heavier dumbbell one by one was incredibly exciting and provided a good distraction from my lack of further weight loss.
To my utmost disbelief, by stopping dieting so hard and enjoying training for strength, I started seeing progress again !

2015

The problem with "weight loss"

Fueling by body and training with progressive overload resulted in what we call ‘’body recomposition’’.
Which is losing fat and building muscle at the same time without actually losing weight on the scale.
For all this time I was acting in accordance with what the weight on the scale was telling me : if it was higher it meant I needed to train harder and eat less; if it was lower it meant I was doing enough, but I knew I couldn’t sustain that.
Training with weights whilst eating the food I liked on the other side was truly enjoyable, empowering and was giving me results that I could see in the mirror month after month.
It was clear that the number on the scale wasn’t the best way to measure progress at all.

2016

Letting go of false beliefs

That’s it. I stopped training ‘’more’’ and I started training ‘’smarter’’.
I stopped training only “to look good” and started training because “it felt good”.
I stopped listening to the “secret tip that will make you lose 5 kg in a week” and exclusively based my routine on what’s “backed up by scientific evidence”.
All of a sudden I could see just how many women were struggling with their body image and didn’t know what to do anymore. I could see how many tried extreme diets and training regimes before even giving eating more and training a thought. Then I knew I wanted to help them. I wanted them to feel just as free and empowered as I did.

2024

The winning approach

After 11+ years of experience and study I’ve refined my methods and built a program designed exactly for people who are going through the same struggles I faced.
I’m proud I can say I’m an expert in my sector and I’ve helped hundreds of people free themselves from yo-yo cycles and disappointment.
I want correct information to be readily available for those who want to change their body in whatever way they see fit. Without sacrificing their health or life for it.
Teaching women and femmes not only how to effectively achieving their goals but how can they effortlessly maintain them for life AND truly enjoy the process.

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