My services allow you to work smarter rather than harder. There's no cookie cutter approach for everyone so I create customized programs for each of my clients.
For personal training, I utilize high intensity interval training (HIIT) to create an effective workout that can have you in and out of the gym in 45 minutes or less. Training takes place virtually or at my private gym, which is sanitized between each session.
For nutrition, I use state of the art technology to determine your body composition and the types of fuel that your body needs.
I am certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) as a personal trainer, nutrition coach, and weight loss specialist.
What I love most about fitness and nutrition is the power to transform your overall self through knowledge and dedication.
Jessica is an incredible trainer that has great abilities to determine exactly how to help her clients to achieve their goals. She was able to develop the right programs for me from both the exercise and nutrition sides. I've gotten fantastic results and am looking forward to more.
First, I learn about a client's goals. Then, I complete an assessment to determine the client's current fitness and/or nutrition level through self-assessments and practical application.
Bachelor of Business Administration
Certified Personal Trainer
Certified Nutrition Coach
Certified Weight Loss Specialist
Individual personal training sessions: $45 for a 45-minute session; price per session decreases for contractual clients dependent on the number of days per week and length of commitment.
Customized Montlhy Workout Plan: $150 - includes 3 workouts per week and weekly check ins to adjust what is and is not working.
Nutrition Coaching: $35 initial consultation, then $30 per week for progress reviews and check ins
My dad was a body builder. He hasn't been able to get me out of the gym since I was 2 years old.
I had a personal training client who was very frustrated in the beginning because she felt like she was behind the curve. Through progressive instruction and practice, she is not increasingly confident in her abilities. She has eliminated "can't" from her vocabulary and has progressed beyond her own expectations.