Emerson Built That

BUILDING FORTITUDE THROUGH BUSINESS, FITNESS & LIFE

November 16, 2020 Season 1 Episode 20
Emerson Built That
BUILDING FORTITUDE THROUGH BUSINESS, FITNESS & LIFE
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Emerson Built That
BUILDING FORTITUDE THROUGH BUSINESS, FITNESS & LIFE
Nov 16, 2020 Season 1 Episode 20

Jennifer Kipphut has been a bartender, a Coppertone sample girl, a child protective investigator, a social worker and a management consultant.  At 39,  she finally figured out what she wanted to be when she grew up and now she is a personal trainer and nutrition coach.   We talk about three f words: fear, failure and fortitude.  Keep in mind, "people who accomplish the most in life are the ones who fail the most."

Health and wellness has always been a part of her life in one way or another.  She truly loves the role she plays in her clients' lives.  She loves seeing their transformations, and she is not talking about body composition,  she loves watching their confidence grow as they find their own inner athlete!  As a personal and small group trainer,  she specializes in working primarily with women who are interested in embracing their bodies and building physical strength and mental fortitude. Her goal is to make personal training and fitness accessible to everyone. Exercise just isn't about movement it's about testing your limits and breaking down the wall of "cant's." This isn't about vanity, this is about confidence and growing.

We talk taking risks, knowing when to move on, extending grace, and about her philanthropic involvement with rare blood disorders.  We all have this fight in us, and Jen gets us motivated to keep on fighting.

Links: Website/Facebook, Jen's Fundraising Page

Show Notes

Jennifer Kipphut has been a bartender, a Coppertone sample girl, a child protective investigator, a social worker and a management consultant.  At 39,  she finally figured out what she wanted to be when she grew up and now she is a personal trainer and nutrition coach.   We talk about three f words: fear, failure and fortitude.  Keep in mind, "people who accomplish the most in life are the ones who fail the most."

Health and wellness has always been a part of her life in one way or another.  She truly loves the role she plays in her clients' lives.  She loves seeing their transformations, and she is not talking about body composition,  she loves watching their confidence grow as they find their own inner athlete!  As a personal and small group trainer,  she specializes in working primarily with women who are interested in embracing their bodies and building physical strength and mental fortitude. Her goal is to make personal training and fitness accessible to everyone. Exercise just isn't about movement it's about testing your limits and breaking down the wall of "cant's." This isn't about vanity, this is about confidence and growing.

We talk taking risks, knowing when to move on, extending grace, and about her philanthropic involvement with rare blood disorders.  We all have this fight in us, and Jen gets us motivated to keep on fighting.

Links: Website/Facebook, Jen's Fundraising Page