Transform your body the right way

12 Week Full Body Fitness Transformation + Ultimate Vegan Recipes

Are You ready to make a healthy lifestyle change?

Get ready to become the fittest, healthiest version of yourself

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Fuel and transform your body and lifestyle with easy to follow ebooks.


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Combine the power of a vegan diet with great exercises. 

Meet Bre

Bre Tiesi goes beyond being your average social media influencer. As a real estate agent, fitness enthusiast, beauty, and fashion connoisseur, Bre can do it all.

Bre has appeared on numerous seasons of Nick Cannon’s MTV hit show, Wild n’ Out, WAGS! On E!, and VH1’s Love & Listings.

She is a go-to the creator for standout content. She’s partnered with brands such as Ciroc, Revolve, Revolve Beauty, Postmates, Ethika, and Kevin Hart’s supplement company, Vita Hustle, just to name a few.

With a background in modeling and commercial acting, Bre’s rise on TikTok does not come as a surprise. Fans are gravitating towards Bre’s personality that she showcases on the platform with a range of her comedic dance and lip-sync videos as well as her short sketches. 

Eat right. feel right!

It is all about starting on the right lifestyle path by focusing on the most important part of your life — your health.

12 Week Fitness transformation Guide

 Are you ready to make a healthy lifestyle change? Are you ready to put the work in to become the fittest and healthiest version of yourself?

This 12 week full body fitness transformation includes:

  • A goal worksheet to start your transformation journey
  • 12 week workout guide to start your body transformation
  • Bre’s diet, cardio, and strength training tips
  • Bre’s quick ab workout

** These are instructions only. Results will vary. All purchases ares final.


Bre shares her insights on everthing fitness, active lifestyle and health. 

How to COMMIT to Making Exercise a Part of Your Life

How to COMMIT to Making Exercise a Part of Your Life

Staying fit and healthy is a lifelong necessity. When you’re committed to caring for your body, the rewards will come not only now, but for years down the road. Not sure if you can do it for the long haul? Well, I know you can! Here’s how! You owe it to yourself to...

How to Get Over That “Hump” and Start Working Out

How to Get Over That “Hump” and Start Working Out

If you’ve decided to start 2019 off with fitness as a top priority, working out is a no-brainer. But it can be overwhelming deciding how to begin; you may procrastinate or not begin at all. Fear no more. Here’s how you can get the ball rolling and take a step to a...


Here are some of the questions Bre frequently gets asked about her fitness and her responses.

What is your daily motivation?

My daily motivation comes from how working out makes me feel, and of course the results!! Releasing endorphins, after every workout and sometimes even mid workout gives me that rush that I honestly think I am addicted to! I am also highly competitive, so I must not only be the best and try my best, but I could never quit.

That would mean I folded, and I can’t have that! I believe in speaking things into existence and visualizing what I want. I think this is a big thing people overlook. If you continuously say, “I can’t do this. I can’t breathe. I’m fat, etc.” Then you are programming your mind to believe that. So if I’m having a hard day or hit a wall I remind myself why I started to begin with, and visualize what I want to look like, as well as remind myself that I can and I will succeed.

Then I ask myself, “Will I regret skipping my workout?” “I’m already here, so why not give it 100%?” If you can, find something that you love, ideally you will never need to consciously motivate yourself. Your body will show the benefits without extra effort.

I can and I will. I will commit to work hard to obtain what I desire.

What is your diet?

I have been asked this question as long as I can remember. Before I begin I want to warn you that there is no magical secret I have been withholding from you! Over the years I have spent time really researching and understanding what the body needs. I consume minimal carbs, I stay away from sweets/desserts and try to apply things that jumpstart your metabolism.

Pretty much anything that can give my body that extra help to work smarter not harder! In the past year I have implemented the vegan diet, from which I have noticed significant changes in my skin, bloating, and over all energy levels. I have fallen completely in love with the vegan diet.

There is no way I could possibly tell you my entire diet, so I have created some ebooks, as well as bi-weekly videos on how to shop healthy, how to meal prep, to prepare vegan/non vegan recipes, holiday favorites, as well as a full protein athlete diet. Just say, “No!” to the bread with dinner, and pass on dessert, ladies! Making conscious choices to eat well comes with some knowledge on what your body processes as fuel and as waste! Stay tuned: I have so much to share!

Is weight training going to make me look manly?

Any woman who lifts weight will be the first to tell you that it is a myth that lifting weights will make you “bulky.” Women who lift weight would actually say that it gives you curves in all the right places.

Women tend to think that picking up weights during a workout will make their delicate female bodies resemble that of a bodybuilder. Think again. Female bodies naturally contain more fat (for childbearing).

The upside is that building muscle will help you burn fat faster and get the toned body that makes you look and feel younger. No matter how much weight training you do, women will ultimately have less muscle mass and about 30% less strength than males.

As for the bodybuilding effect, forget about it! You’d have to work day and night and take mammoth amounts of various supplements to even begin to look like the bodybuilding women in the magazines and pictures that intimidate you.

One of my pet peeves is people who say, “Weightlifting isn’t feminine!” or “Careful, you don’t want to be bulky!” or “Weights are for men!” They are misinformed.