About Me

Website: www.JessicaKarpFitness.com

Jessica was born and raised on Long Island, NY where she spent her adolescence playing competitive sports such as Lacrosse, Field Hockey and Dance.  At an early age she learned the importance of health and fitness along with healthy eating habits, as this soon became her passion.  She found herself shaping her life around this passion, as it has remained a consistent part of her life. Jessica’s focus was to stay in shape and learn how to properly train to prevent injuries and fatigue.  Being the leader of her team she found her innate ability and joy in motivating someone to reach their peak performance.

Jessica attended Adelphi University in Long Island, NY. There, she studied and excelled to graduate at the top of her class, including Department Major of the Year. She obtained her Bachelor Degree in Science through the school of Physical Education in the Department of Health Studies, Physical Education and Exercise Science.  During these years she began her career working at Excel Sports Therapy with professional MLB athletes to include rehab, strength and conditioning.  Jessica then found herself strength training and conditioning collegiate athletes where she learned a tremendous amount about group exercise training, programs and protocols.

It wasn’t until a few years ago when she got married and relocated to Weston, Florida where she was able to pursue her love for children by working as a Physical Education Coach and Trainer for the Broward County Public School System. “I wanted to teach our youth about the importance of an active and healthy lifestyle”.  Her talents of motivating and training individuals began as a field hockey coach at a middle school in NY that followed her to Florida where she led a Middle School girl’s soccer team to a County Championship.

When Jessica was approached with the opportunity to work at Billy Beck III, she knew it would be the perfect fit for her life and career. Jessica’s results driven approach to training gives her the ability to take any client to the next level. Exercise is only part of her focus, as she targets each client’s nutrition as well. She provides clients with complete nutritional guidance making realistic changes that are maintainable as a way of life, not just as a diet.

If you want something to gain and leave the daily stress at home, Jessica will bring a whole new life and feeling to training.  Her personality will definitely keep a smile on your face no matter how tough it gets or how tired you are.  Living life to the fullest and feeling your best starts everyday. A Healthy Life is a Full Life!

15 Responses to “About Me”

  1. One of my partners recently was out for a REALLY long time with major pregnancy complications. She made it to a few monthly meetings prior to giving birth, and one after. She didn’t bring her baby. I suppose she could have, and and long as she was discrete, I wouldn’t care if baby needed a meal. I don’t think the guys (we’re the only women in the group) would either. Of course, we meet in the hospital, and honestly, I’d keep any really little ones as far away as humanly possible.

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  8. Hello, cool site. I am also leading one’s so I know how hard it is. Your articles are great, although not always I agree with them, but in spite of that I will visit your site more often. I wish you the success and the perseverance in running the blog, Monica

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