Jenny Fisher is a well-known fitness influencer and entrepreneur who has inspired thousands of people through her online community (@fitfishmom) by sharing empowering messages of body positivity and strength. She works as a medical territory sales manager, is a mom of two sons, Roman and Cannon.
She is an amazing woman, wife, mom, fitness enthusiast & trainer. Check out Women Fitness President, Ms. Namita Nayyar in a candid interview with Ms. Jenny Fisher on her life, diet & fitness routine.
Popularly known as Jenny aka fitfishmom, you extend amazing content via social media (@fitfishmom) to empower women on body positivity and strength. Share your journey as a “boss mom” & fitness influencer?
Jenny Fisher :
My evolution from being an unknown fitness lover to becoming an “influencer” and online trainer was organic, but quick! I began vlogging 15 minute at-home, no equipment workouts for my personal mom friends to access; about 3 months later, I had over 1,000 followers and a lot of support from so many women I had never met. 3 years later, I now coach thousands of women through my Get Salty App, YouTube, and Instagram. I still work a 9-5 medical sales job and keep my family as my priority, but just like most women, I am extremely adaptable and know how to balance and get things done. So, as overwhelming as my life may seem from the outside looking in, I’m maintaining my passion projects and thriving!
As indicated in one of your interviews “You practiced mixed martial arts (MMA) for 5 years” Share your daily fitness routine? 5 exercises that are an absolute must according to you for every woman irrespective of age.
Jenny Fisher :
My favorite training sessions, which are implemented in my Get Salty by Jenny Fisher App, incorporates heavy lifting combined with high-intensity, athletic movements, followed up by low-impact, mobility movements. My brand of fitness is extremely functional aimed at getting stronger, more agile, and improving balance and flexibility to maintain your athlete. I don’t believe there are 5 must-have exercises, but I do believe there are 6 must-have elements to everyone’s routine: strength building, agility, muscular endurance, cardiovascular endurance, balance, and flexibility. By incorporating each of these into a week of fitness, you’ll hit your goals and be able to better avoid injury.
You are a mom of two Roman (age 7) and Cannon (age 4), share your fitness routine before and during pregnancy?
Jenny Fisher :
Before each of my pregnancies, I lifted heavy and incorporated a lot of HITT and long-distance running. Because of my level of fitness before I became pregnant, my doctor advised to maintain my level of fitness and modify as movements become uncomfortable. I was able to continue heavy lifting and my HIIT movements such as hang cleans, pull-ups, and tuck-jump burpees until my 9th month of pregnancy. For both pregnancies, around month 5, it became very uncomfortable to run, so I listened to my body and modified to long walks. During my 2nd pregnancy, I was attending a lot of hip-hop fitness classes and really enjoyed that outlet!
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