Jayel is health and fitness educator. Whether she’s training clients or helping health and wellness companies grow their brand, she loves to use fitness as her platform, to teach, encourage and inspire others.
Her main goal is not only for the exterior to change, but to mold a strong mind as well. When working with Jayel, she’ll expect 100% effort and intensity, but her main objective is to inspire others to focus on laying a solid foundation to continue to build upon. She wants others to experience their true potential by helping them lead and enjoy an active and balanced lifestyle.
Jayel is a motivator, an educator, and loves a good challenge. Fitness isn’t what she does; it’s who she is. It has always been and will always be a part of her life. With the fitness industry constantly changing it helps to keep Jayel on her toes and continuously think outside of the box.
Her philosophy is simple; sweat once a day, nourish your soul (from the inside out), and believe in yourself. With those imperative ingredients you’re capable of moving mountains.
Jayel believes that no body is identical; therefore no body should be treated the same, and that no workout should be created equal. By continuing to keep your body guessing and integrating new movements on a regular basis will only contribute to overall progression. The best workout is one you will commit to; one you will have fun doing, and one you will see results from.
With the health and fitness industry constantly changing, we must learn how to evolve with it. Once we earn our degree or certification in the health and wellness field, we’re left to figure out the business side of things on our own. Unfortunately no one teaches us how to market ourselves effectively and efficiently, make a profit out of our passion, or manage our time properly.
It’s easy to get various degrees, numerous certifications, and spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on re-certifications, yet you still don’t have enough clients, enough face time, or quite understand how to get your name out there; something’s got to change.