I love my clients. I literally can’t share that enough. Through plenty of sweat, laughs and yes sometimes tears! we can accomplish anything.
From one of my great girls
This girl is one of a kind! Jes has professionalism, integrity, ethics, extensive knowledge and enthusiastic commitment to her work and ultimately her clients, providing the perfect scenario for success and sets foundations for a new healthier lifestyle!
I’ve been working with Jes for last 6 months after going through the rough period of injuries, gaining weight, being ashamed of my body… Through consistent and positive feedback and encouragement, Jes is retraining my attitude while I retraining my body.
I started to feel stronger and healthier; not just physically but mentally as well!
To work with someone who’s so passionate about what she does, who shows it through the energy and enthusiasm she brings to every session is a real motivation. Her friendly personality creates a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere.
With a high value on correct form she makes each workout challenging, creative and most importantly, fun!
Jes gives me great nutritional information to ensure my diet supported my training and weight loss goal.
I have a lot of energy, my balance and flexibility have improved immensely and I am gaining some great new lean muscle and I am serious about changing my life for the better!
In short, Jes is helping me transform myself into the person I always wanted to be. I know it’s a long way to get where I want to be but I am so happy I have the best companion-traveller.
A beautiful picture I found to accompany a beautiful post. Thank you girl for always bringing your A-game girl.
Love helping you reach your goals! x
Im pretty sure everyone feels the pinch of lack of sleep.
Read the following article for how sleep affects your training results and your sanity pretty much. Can’t all be bonkers now!
Once your done you have a weekend coupon to unlimited sleep. Yep thats right. Be lazy, stay in bed, take naps, just chill. Unless of course you have a training session up your sleeve. Get it done then jump back into bed or laze by the pool… Awesome.
Protein. Why getting your intake up will help accelerate your results!
Protein is made up of amino acids, the building blocks of many tissues in the body, including muscle. Certain amino acids are “essential”, which means the body cannot make them and they must be obtained through your diet. When you workout, you breakdown muscle tissue. In order to repair that muscle tissue and gain lean mass and become stronger, you must give the body protein to supply the amino acids needed for recovery. If you do not get enough protein in your diet your body will not have enough amino acids, specifically essential amino acids, to work properly and recovery from workouts. Where will it get these amino acids you are lacking? From your muscle tissue! All that hard work will be wasted!
In addition to being required to recover from workouts, protein and amino acids are important for many reasons, such as:
Supports immune system function.
Healthy connective tissue, hair, nails and other tissues.
Supports energy levels.
Now that we know why protein is so super important, let’s find out how much protein you need….
The recommended daily allowance of protein for sedentary adults is 0.5 grams per pound of bodyweight
Protein intake for physically active individuals! (this is you) aim for 1g per pound of bodyweight. Try space your consumption throughout the day evenly for best results.
Here are some common foods to help you decide how to get your bit
If you need any help trying to find good sources feel free to post a comment below.