Jennifer Rhoades

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Jen Rhoades is a 33 year old Sylvania resident and has worked in Fitness and Nutrition since 2008. Through her own experiences with disordered eating, extreme dieting for Figure Competitions, and now needing to balance life as a busy gym owner and mother, she has become driven to demonstrate the importance of training smart and eating to fit your lifestyle and goals. There is no “one size fits all”. After the birth of her 2 daughters, Madison and Mia, she saw the need for more specialized attention to moms pre/postnatal in terms of support both in the gym and outside of the gym. Jen holds a Certification in Personal Training, Nutrition and Habit Coaching, is a Certified Pre/Postnatal Coach as well as a Post Natal Training Specialist. Fun Fact: Jen went to College for Sign Language Interpretation, as she comes from a Deaf family. You can follow her on social media at @jlift0923.

Can You Lift Weights Without the Bulk?

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“I want to look toned, not bulky.” 11 years as a fitness coach, it is the most common thing I hear when I sit down with women to discuss their goals. And...

Women as Entrepreneurs | National Entrepreneur Day

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Oprah. Reese. Jessica Simpson. Beyonce. Recognize these names? Beyond a show, a movie or a song, they are all HIGHLY successful FEMALE entrepreneurs.  Let’s go slightly less ‘Celebrity’ shall we? How about: Spanx, Huffington...

Breastfeeding and Weight Loss

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One topic that gets brought up often is the idea of weight loss during breastfeeding. Typically, in the context of if you found breastfeeding helped or hindered your baby weight loss efforts....

Fitting In Fitness during the Season of Motherhood

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Fitness in Motherhood goes way beyond the stereotypical need to “get our bodies back”. It goes beyond a jean size or getting back in a bathing suit. The physical and mental benefits...

Returning To Exercise Postpartum

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Post-Partum Recovery. Something we don’t hear enough about. Training postpartum is talked about even less. We get told to wait until our 6 week check up to be “cleared” for exercise and...

National Eat What You Want Day

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  National Eat What You Want day has arrived! When I hear that, it triggers the same giddy school girl feeling that I get when my husband says: “I’ll take the kid(s) for the...