Jessica running

Snowdrop 100 Miler 2014

Just having started running in 2008, I’ve spent the next seven years struggling to find a nutrition plan that will help me perform at my best. I’ve spent countless hours researching and experimenting on myself only to come up with no answers. I found myself frustrated not being able to push myself to the potential my training said was possible. I “bonked” quickly on high intensity races and/or long endurance events. The only things that kept me going during these times were high carb fuels and mental strength.

Early 2015, a friend of mine told me about a class she was taking on metabolic efficiency for athletes in Colorado. The company conducting the class was eNRG Performance and they are the founders of the program (Bob Seebohar). I was intrigued and a bit desperate at this point. Attending the class was the best decision I’ve made in a long time. Finally some hope that I could be taken to the next level.

Since the training class, I’ve implemented the nutrition lifestyle on myself and have felt a night and day difference. I broke my personal record at Texas 70.3 in Galveston by 20 minutes! A couple weeks later I won first place overall women and masters at TriGirl Super Sprint. I’ve always dreamed of feeling this good in my training/races and now I do!

Being a mom of two young boys, I know what it’s like to live a busy life. It’s not easy juggling everyone’s schedules and trying to live a healthy lifestyle. I try to help you find balance in it all. I am an IRONMAN Certified Coach. I offer combined training and nutrition options available for everyone.

IRONMAN Certified Coach

IRONMAN Freestyle Stroke Analysis and Evaluation Certification

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Certified Specialist in Sports Nutrition

Certified Specialist in Sports Nutrition

Baxter METS Level 1 Certification

METS Level 1 Certification

 

 

 

My Experience

IRONMAN World Championships 2016

Athletic Credentials

  • Selected by IRONMAN Foundations Women for Tri to represent the organization at the IRONMAN World Championships in 2016. As part of the representation, I raised $40,000 for the organization to give scholarships to women and grants to triathlon clubs around the country. This is all to help encourage and support more women to join the sport.
  • Over 125 races completed
  • IRONMAN World Championship finisher October 8, 2016.
  • 7 x Ironman Finisher (1 hour 5 minute PR at Ironman Austria – June 2015 right after correcting my nutrition)
  • 10 x 70.3 Finisher (30 minute PR at Texas 70.3 and 45 min PR at Austin 70.3 right after correcting my nutrition)
  • 1st Place Masters at TriGirl Duathlon – May 2015 (right after correcting my nutrition)
  • 3 x 100 mile ultra (2014, 2015, 2017)
  • Ambassador for UCAN
  • 2 Years on the Betty Designs team (2016, 2017)

Leader in the Community

  • IRONMAN Certified Coach
  • Certified Sport Nutritionist with International Sports Sciences Association
  • Certified Level 1 Metabolic Efficiency Specialist
  • Board of Directors for Real Life Angels
  • Board of Directors for Competing for Hope
  • 4 x Race Director for Race for the Halo 10k/5k
  • Board of Directors Kingwood Tri Club (prior to merger with Bike Barn Tri Club)
  • Triathlon and Running Coach – TriDot.com

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IRONMAN Austria 2015



Jessica was great to work with for guiding me to become more “Metabolically Efficient” in my training and competition. She was very responsive to the questions that I had through the process and getting my nutrition out for my long training days and races. I chose Jessica because we are both ambassadors for a mutual company and I wanted to get my body to burn more fat for fuel instead of the carbs. Figured that I had plenty of fat, why not burn it. Through the 12 weeks with Jessica I dropped 35lbs before Ironman Louisville and was at my leanest. I felt more energy during all of my workouts without having to rely on the GU’s or sugary sports drinks out there. I do and will continue to recommend Jessica to anyone who’s looking to become metabolically efficient in their athletic endeavors.
Chris Holley