“Over that time I noticed a trend in the women I was working with, they would reach their goal or get pretty close and start to self-sabotage….the Warrior Woman Project, which is now my main focused programme, in helping women get in to the right headspace to understand that they can achieve their results and deserve to have those results.” – Jen Wilson of the Warrior Women Project can help you to get your goals back on track and kickstart the year. To find out more, and to claim your 10% exclusive discount, contact Jen now.
The New Year always comes with the same old half-baked resolutions. I want to get fit. I want to focus on work. I want be happy. These things sound great, and on paper they are, but the reality is that they can be hard to achieve. To make matters worse, not fulfilling these goals can be very disheartening. We find that by having someone in your corner, everything suddenly comes much easier. With guidance and support, you can easily break down each aim into manageable targets, and ace them.
Jen Wilson, from GirlCrew Glasgow, runs the awesomely named Warrior Woman Project, and it’s her job to ensure that you are getting the most out of life. “I hated PE at school, I would have done just about anything to get out of it, team sports and running about outside in the freezing cold were not for me. When I was about 22 I joined a local ladies only gym and used to watch the other women training (I must have looked like a right creep) and learned from them and magazines. When I started to see a change in my shape and started to feel great. I really gained confidence in my body shape and realised that I wanted to change my career and become a trainer.”
Eight years later Jen was finally in the right place, and returned to college to help turn her dream into a reality. After completing a BSc in Sport and Exercise, she set up her own business Freedom In Training. However, all wasn’t right in the world of fitness, and Jen started to notice something worrying. “Over that time I noticed a trend in the women I was working with, they would reach their goal or get pretty close and start to self-sabotage. That got me interested in the psychology of women and why this happened.”
Determined to get to the bottom of this, Jen became an NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming) Master Practitioner and created the Warrior Woman Project. This amazing project helps to achieve the results they want in life. The Warrior Women Project helps “…women get in to the right headspace to understand that they can achieve their results and deserve to have those results. My approach to health and fitness is a no BS approach and I teach that balance is key to success.” By working with clients in one to one training, in groups, classes, or online Jen ensures that “…no matter where in the world people are I can help them.” It would seem the hard work is paying off. In December of 2016 Jen published her first book, Become a Warrior Woman 9 Rules to Sort Your Shit. Which she’s “…both terrified and excited about”. And this January she’ll be giving a TEDx talk on “…getting out of your comfort zone (again terrified and excited).”
If making sure that you build the best version of yourself sounds like a great goal for 2017, make sure you get in touch with Jen. She’s also offering all GirlCrew members a lifetime 10% discount off classes, workshops, and online coaching just contact her directly to get the discount applied. You can check out the programme here.
Quickfire Questions with Jen Wilson of the Warrior Women Project
1) What is the best thing about your role?
I get to help women believe in themselves, and gain confidence in their abilities. They get to make an impact on their own worlds that they never thought was possible.
2) What did you find most challenging about it?
Switching off and taking down time. Running my own business and loving what I do doesn’t feel like work. I need to remember to practice what I preach – balance is key.
3) What is your proudest work related achievement to date?
2016 has been phenomenal, I was nominated and in the final 3 for 3 separate awards – BWS Mentor of the Year (Business Women Scotland), MoveGB Pilates Instructor of the Year Glasgow and MoveGB Fitness Provided of the Year Glasgow (both the MoveGB awards will be announced Jan 2017) and my book
4) What would be your one tip to others who want to get involved in this industry?
Stick to your values, and respect that there will always be someone with an opposing opinion to you and that they are sticking to their values.
5) What would be your motto in life, and in work?
All dreams can come true if you have the courage to pursue them
6) What’s your favourite thing about being in GirlCrew?
The amazing group of friends that I have formed, and the diversity within the group.
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