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International trainer Becca Tebon

The Reset Revolution: Fitness Advice from Personal Trainer Becca Tebon

International trainer Becca Tebon focuses on supplements, 17-minute functional workouts, and “resetting” after a setback.

Scientifically reviewed by: Gary Gonzalez, MD, in June 2024. Written by: Laurie Mathena.

Becca Tebon is an overcomer.

She was born with chronic health challenges that had her in and out of hospitals and dependent on prescription drugs.

As an adult, she was hit by a car, which left her with chronic pain, neuropathy, and undergoing life-altering surgery.

But instead of giving in to her health challenges, she decided to fight back.

Now, at 58 years old, she is healthier and stronger than ever.

She is off all prescription drugs and is a sought-after international trainer and motivational speaker.

Tebon is on a mission to help women over 40 reset their lives to experience more active, functional health.

Her motto is simple: Keep it simple, achievable, and measurable—and she'll help you every step of the way.

A Holistic Approach

Tebon was born with asthmatic bronchitis, degenerative disc disease, and digestive problems. She was in and out of hospitals for the first 11 years of her life.

The daughter of a pharmacist, Tebon was on a cycle of prescription drugs for most of her childhood. Rather than putting her on a path to healing, this only led to additional problems like digestive issues and chronic constipation.

"As a young adult, I reached a turning point of advocacy for myself when I decided I didn't want to live the rest of my life dependent on meds and feeling awful," said Tebon.

During that time, she learned how to use nutrition, supplementation, and exercise to manage her asthma, chronic pain, and digestive issues.

It was a long, slow process, but by 42 years of age, Tebon was able to completely stop all prescription drugs. She accomplished this by identifying triggers and relying instead on key supplements and lifestyle changes to help manage her conditions.

"Health is not a "one-and-done' approach," said Tebon. "My holistic approach, bi-annual gut and colon cleanses, and daily exercise have helped me effectively manage my chronic conditions and enjoy a healthier, pain-free life."

Reset Revolution

As Tebon worked to improve her own health, she started teaching personal training classes to help oth- ers as well. She earned over a dozen certifications and started her own wellness business, Becca Tebon F.I.T. (which stands for Fearless Integrative Transformation), which has now transformed into RESET Revolution.

RESET provides everything needed to transform your health and wellness: daily live exercise sessions, over 1,000 on-demand videos, cooking lessons, daily mindful minutes, a supportive community, and more.

"Everything I do is about resetting," said Tebon. "If you stop at a fast-food restaurant and make a poor food choice, instead of giving up, this is an opportunity to reset. It's not about perfection; it's about consistency."

Tebon herself had to hit reset after suffering a major setback in her 40s when she was hit by a car while riding her bicycle.

The damage to her already degenerated spinal discs left her in chronic pain, with neuropathy in her hands, and a recommendation to have cervical artificial disc replacements.

The neuropathy made working out with traditional weights or resistance bands impossible for Tebon.

"I can't even hold a cell phone in my hand for more than five minutes without experiencing a burning, tingling, numbing feeling," said Tebon.

As a solution, Tebon created her own ergonomic resistance bands.

She decided against the surgery to replace the discs in her neck, and instead used her bands to rehab herself.

Her neck is now functional and virtually pain-free.

Functional Workouts in 17 Minutes

Tebon's Reset Revolution includes 17-minute functional workouts using her ergonomic resistance bands.

The linear pull with TUT (time under tension) activates compound muscles and provides faster results than machines or free weights.

Functional training builds strength, flexibility, agility, and balance. It enhances the strength needed for everyday activities like picking up grandkids, bringing groceries into the house, or carrying laundry to the basement.

"Fitness changes with age. There are physiological changes, lifestyle changes, hormonal changes," explained Tebon. "Women in their 40s go through perimenopause. They experience declines in their estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone levels. This can affect their metabolism, muscle mass, bone density, fat distribution, and weight."/p>

After the age of 35, women lose 2%-5% of their muscle mass every year.1 And after 40, women are more prone to decreased bone density and increased risk of osteoporosis.

"It's important to face these changes head on to beat the curve. You can do that with the kind of muscle-bearing, bone-strengthening, and metabolism-boosting exercises that you get with resistance band training," said Tebon.

But regardless of the type of workout a woman chooses, Tebon stresses that fitness is essential for healthy aging.

"Regular activity boosts the immune system, helping us become more resilient to infections and illnesses," said Tebon. "It can help slow cognitive decline. It helps lower the risk of depression and anxiety. It improves sleep."/p>

Tebon also combines her fitness regimens with targeted supplementation.

"Supplements help take the brunt off the body. They can help cleanse, strengthen, and detoxify the body," said Tebon.

Baby Steps

Facing so many struggles and challenges in her own life gives Tebon a unique perspective as a coach. She doesn't just want to see someone lose weight or build muscle. She wants to help her clients transform their lives, from the inside out.

This transformation doesn't just happen one day at a time, but one choice at a time.

"Look at your choices, schedule your success, and make a commitment for your end goal," said Tebon. "Remember, consistency does not mean perfection." Tebon's ultimate goal is to extend her own healthspan—and that of her clients as well.

"I want to slide in at age 117 knowing that I pushed every single button that was available to me to live a long, healthy life—and that I did it feeling good."

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Supplement for Success

Through trial and error, Becca Tebon has adopted a comprehensive approach to her health that combines specific supplements and a balanced diet to help manage her unique health challenges.

The following is a list of just some of the nutrients Tebon personally utilizes.

For Muscle and Joint Health

  • Herbal combination of curcuminoids, AKBA, black sesame seed oil, turmeric and Indian frankincense
  • Curcumin and Ginger
  • Bromelain
  • MSM

For Hormone Health

  • Cruciferous Vegetable Extract and Resveratrol
  • Broccoli concentrate, soy isoflavone concentrate, spruce lignan extract, dong quai extract
  • Siberian rhubarb extract
  • DHEA
  • For Bone Health

  • Calcium, Magnesium, silicon, dried plum extract, boron

  • Creatine capsules
  • Vitamin D3
  • For Respiratory Health

  • Vitamin D3

  • Omega-3s
  • Magnesium
  • Selenium

For Seasonal Support

  • Shitake, maitake, chaga mushrooms with beta glucans
  • Boswellia serrata, saffron, andographis extract
  • Holy basil extract, ashwagandha, cordyceps extract, bacopa extract
  • Bifidobacterium longum

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  1. Available at: Accessed March 4, 2024.