About Us

Jennifer Nieset

As I approached the age of 40 and began reflecting on my life, I recognized how out of balance my life was. Despite two good careers, we were just getting by. We were about to send our youngest of 4 kiddos off to kindergarten which meant I was gonna need to work more. Despite loving what I do as a Physical Therapist, the idea of working MORE made me feel anxious. I was working weekends at the time and was already beginning to miss events and sports as our family grew.

Then there was my physical health. I was struggling to get back in shape after four kids, trying to run again and battling injuries. I was tired, grumpy, impatient, not confident in my own skin, and stressed out by my endless to-do list. When I stopped to look around me, I realized we were making poor food choices. Our family was suffering from diseases, we lost several to cancer, and our own daughter was diagnosed with an auto immune thyroid disease at the age of 9. My patients had unexplained pain I was unable to resolve. Honestly, I just got fed up! There must be a solution.

Today, I focus on working smarter, focusing on what truly matters: MIND, BODY, SPIRIT, relationships, eating for health, faith, family, and fun. It’s not always easy, but it’s way better together. I don’t have all the answers, but I have the support and tools I need to FEEL better. I am in the best shape of my life, in all areas, in my 40s then I was in my 30s. If I can do this ladies, so can you! It is my mission to help empower other stressed out, tired, frustrated moms take control, make a difference in their lives, and help each of us become the best version of ourselves possible.

Craig Nieset

Craig Nieset and his wife Jennifer have four children; Brianna, Ashley, Jacob, and Caleb and reside in Chardon, Ohio. Craig is a USA Track & Field – Level 2 Endurance – Certified Running Coach. He started his running career at Fremont St. Joseph Central Catholic High School and then continued it at Bowling Green State University. After college, he helped train athletes when he founded Puma Midwest Racing TEAM, a running TEAM for post-collegiate athletes. He has helped numerous athletes reach their personal best performance in many different events.

He started his high school coaching career as the Head Boys & Girls Cross Country Coach and Assistant Track & Field Coach at Woodmore High School in Elmore, Ohio. In the Spring of 2000, he guided Meredith Magsig to the State Championship in the 3200 run. In the Fall of 2000 he guided the Woodmore girl’s cross country TEAM to a 4th place finish at the State Championships. In 2001, he guided the boys cross country TEAM to the State Championships were they finished 13th. In 2001, he took on a very busy schedule in accepting the Head Boys & Girls Track & Field Coaching position at Fremont St. Joseph Central Catholic High School and continued as the Assistant Track & Field Coach at Woodmore High School, all during the same track & field season. In 2005, he coached one season as the Head Boys & Girls Track & Field Coach at Gibsonburg High School. At this time he stepped away from coaching to help raise his family and finally returned to coaching track & field in 2014 at Notre Dame Cathedral Latin High School. He continues today as he helps with the numerous TEAMS that his kids participate on and also is the New Assistant Boys Track & Field and Boys & Girls Cross Country Coach at Mentor High School.

Personally, Craig continues to train at elite levels, using regular strength training and stretching found in Beachbody’s programs, including P90X3 and Master’s Hammer and Chisel. He is able to maintain perhaps the best shape of his life, while working full time, raising 4 kids, coaching and volunteering. He is a firm believer in the importance of nutrition, making Shakeology a daily routine, as well as regular use of Beachbody’s Performance line products.