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“I'm too fat, I'm not good enough…”

This week's blog is a MUST READ. Earlier this week, I received an email from a client named Melynda about the speech her 14-year-old daughter wrote. I asked if her daughter Catalina would be willing to share her speech. Please read this blog and learn about the impact this young woman is making in the world! Jenny, My 14-year-old daughter had to write a speech for her English class. The assignment was called “Speech for Change.”  She was asked to give a speech about something she wants to change in the world. She finished working on it yesterday and asked me…
Jenny Schatzle
April 10, 2017
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Overcoming insecurity about my body.

My client and friend, Jezaira Knight, pleasantly surprised me when she put out a blog post to the world about a very personal subject: body insecurities. We can all relate to feeling insecure about our bodies. I find it so inspiring when people take back control over their lives, their body, and the critical voice in the mind. Please take 5 minutes to read this week’s guest blog. - Jenny Schatzle Overcoming Insecurity About My Body I learned from others to be dissatisfied with my body. I let other people’s viewpoints of what’s acceptable define me. In turn, saw myself through…
Jenny Schatzle
March 15, 2017
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“I was insecure about my body for 15 years”

Last Monday was Day 1 of The Jenny Schatzle Program. On that day, I had all the trainers go around and tell the entire class one thing we didn’t know about them. One of our trainers, Chito Elias, told his story. After high school he took a year off, worked at his parent’s restaurant, didn’t exercise, and lived off of burritos. During this year, he gained 45 pounds. This is when he decided he’d had enough. He committed himself to running one mile everyday, doing 100 push-ups, and as many pull-ups as he could. For those of you who don’t…
Jenny Schatzle
December 14, 2016