Jen Esquer is a Top 40 Physical Therapy Influencer and has been named one of the top 50 most influential healthcare professionals. With a Doctorate in physical therapy, she is ranked as one of the Best Fitness Trainers on IG by Shape Magazine and has been featured in Self Magazine, Men’s Fitness, Muscle and Fitness as well as well as a select interview guest on CBS and on the RISE podcast with Mogul CEO Rachel Hollis.
She is the Founder and Owner of Mobility Method, LLC, sits on the medical advisory board for Women’s Health and Strong Fitness magazine and is an online sensation with more than a 1/2 million followers and viral videos with millions of views helping people shape and reshape how they use their body.
As an expert in physical therapy, she speaks all over the country on the topic of health and longevity attracting customers from stay at home moms to Hollywood actors and Olympic athletes. As a self-proclaimed “mover”, Jen has spent more than 2/3 of her life upside down helping herself and those who are willing learn to listen to their body, reverse aging, eliminate pain and do the things they never thought possible.
In this episode, Doc Jen talks about how she got interested in what our bodies can do and how she could help people access that.
She highlights that if you want to have true integrity in your life, it boils down to how you treat your body. If we are out of integrity when it comes to our bodies, how can we approach other areas of our lives with integrity?
Doc Jen then speaks of the correlation between mobility and mental health and how the two are like peas in a pod.
She emphasizes how she started sharing mobility workouts on social media to simply help people without the intention of growing a huge following or a brand and how when it did grow rapidly, she felt insecure about showing up as she did when it was just family and friends following her.
Finally, Jen speaks her truth vulberably and opens up about a very painful experience of infidelity from a long-time partner. She talks about how it is so important to share stories like this because there is no shame and it has to be shared so others can find the courage in themselves to share their truth.
You can connect with Jen Esquer on social media @docjenfit.
You can also find all of her programs and free offers on docjenfit.com
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