By training, Jessica is a physical therapist, with 11 years of experience in private practice. Recently, she was certified by the American Physical Therapy Association as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. Over the years, she has focused much of her practice on working with athletes, studying and correcting muscle imbalances and biomechanics of the leg.
Jessica was a three-sport athlete in high school, and a runner for years after that. She began training for triathlons when an injury prevented her from running and she bought her first road bike. She dusted off her swim cap and goggles, long unused after years as a lifeguard, and after a few months, entered a sprint triathlon and dropped out of the race after the bike, as she was still unable to run. After surgery to repair her injury, she began training in earnest, and competed in several sprints tri’s that year, with a few podium finishes. She was hooked.
Around that time, she began working with Coach Jorge, who led her to complete her first half marathon, taking 6th in her age group. They have been working together as coach and athlete for 2 years, and colleagues with E3TS since its inception.
Jessica is a self-proclaimed “anatomy junkie” and loves teaching others how their bodies work to perform each activity, whether it is running, cycling, swimming or strength training. She is focused on keeping the proper muscle balance and maintaining the necessary strength and mobility through sport specific strength training.
Jessica completed the E3 Training Solutions Level 1 Certification and currently is training to complete the Level 2 and Continuing Education program.
- Master of Science in Physical Therapy * Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
- E3 Level 1 Coach
- She has completed multiple Sprints/Olympics/Half Ironman and has also podium at local races.