Imagine being excited and actually looking forward to exercising every day.
Imagine not feeling exhausted and icky in your skin after a long day at work because once again you didn’t make it a priority to move.
Imagine if you could never have that guilt-ridden “I should have exercised” dialogue with yourself ever again?
Guess what? IT'S POSSIBLE!
Almost all of the clients I've worked with in my 14 years as a Health coach have discussed openly with me their conflicted relationship with exercise. They know it's something they need to do but often find it hard to built it into their busy lives on a consistent basis. Many do it because they feel like they have to, not because they actually want to.
I've finally cracked the proverbial "Love movement and fitness" code and now I want to share these important and life-changing strategies with you.
Who this course is for:
You know you need to move your body but just don't feel motivated to do it regularly.
You have always been black and white around exercise: You're either pounding away at the treadmill furiously or doing nothing at all.
You force yourself to exercise but never find any joy or satisfaction in it.
You just can't seem to find the time to implement movement into your life consistently.
You have fits and spurts of finding a fun class or starting a running regime but it never lasts.
You love the way you feel after you exercise but the anticipation of doing it completely stops you, time and again.
You want to exercise to find your strength, capabilities and for your health.
It's time to completely transform your relationship with exercise. It's time to look forward to movement. It's time to find your inner athlete. And it's time to build play and joy into your exercise routine.
Join me on this 4 week journey and you'll never look back.
Jenny is the founder and owner of Jenny Eden Coaching - a coaching practice devoted to help men, women and teens create a more healthy and sustainable relationship with food and their body image. She is an Eating Psychology Coach, a mindful eating instructor and health and wellness blogger. She specializes in kind and gentle weight loss, unique binge eating cessation techniques and mindful eating practices.
Jenny received her Masters from the University of Pennsylvania in Psychological Services from the School of Education and was a Health Educator at Health Management Resources for thirteen years prior to launching her practice. She earned her certificate from the Institute for the Psychology of Eating in 2015 and her MB-Eat certificate in 2016.
Having struggled with food and weight for her entire life, she has found deep peace with her relationship to food and her body and is passionate about helping others achieve this as well. She considers herself a "vegetarian" foodie and in addition to coaching loves to cook, bake and entertain as well as practice hot yoga and kettlebell training.