Ranell and her team strives to empower individuals to not only live a balanced, healthy life, but to become the person they want to be. We are invested in our clients and strive to go above and beyond in helping each person reach their goals. We care about them as individuals and are thrilled to see not just their physical transformations, but their inner transformations. We want each individual to find their strong inside and out.
- Operate with integrity
- Treat each individual with respect, kindness, and non-judgmental attitude.
- Empower and uplift everybody I meet
- Care about each person.
- Gear each individual’s coaching towards their needs, life schedules, goals, etc.
- Be honest and trustworthy
- Do what’s best for the clients and their needs.
- Aim to provide the best service I can to help each individual see results.
- Strive to buy, sell, and use all natural products to encourage overall healthy living.
- Family comes first.
To serve as a positive catalyst to a healthier lifestyle, teaching others to find their balance and strength to live a fuller, more meaningful life for themselves and their relationships. It is my vision that Foxy Fitness will coach women to embrace their true potential by overcoming the barriers that hold them back: fear, self-doubt, insecurities, etc.
We have another Vision to share:
Foxy Fitness has a vision of helping horses embrace their true potential as well. Just like women, horses have insecurities, fears, and self-doubt, which makes them dangerous. Most people toss them aside because they’re too much work. Ranell, the owner and Founder of Foxy Fitness, wants to rescue those horses, especially mustangs. To support this vision, Ranell is donating 15% of sales/income to the Wild Mustang Refuge in South Dakota. She has a deep love and respect for the mustang and believes their untamed spirit represents something we all want…to live free.
Meet Duchess & Royal:
Ranell purchased Duchess from a family that was too afraid of her to work with her; she was a very insecure horse, which made her dangerous. After a year of constant work, training, and love, Duchess became confident, unafraid, and happy. She no longer startled easily or bucked and kicked, but instead, found a partnership and love with Ranell.
Royal was a rescue. He is a beautiful Percheron gelding (a male that no longer has his male breeding parts) with fears that crippled the horse he could be. It took 2 months of walking in the pen, petting him, and walking away before Royal trusted Ranell. Now, he comes to the gate and wants her scratches.