Jennifer Cohen is a fitness and health expert who delivers a savvy, straight-talking approach to wellness and produces sustainable and dramatic results for her clients. She has appears regularly on ” The Today Show,” and has contributed to many other media outlets such as “Good Morning America” and “Extra”. Jennifer is continually featured in People Magazine, Glamour, Woman’s Health, and the Los Angeles Times on a regular basis. Recently, Jennifer was the trainer on the debut season of the CW network’s successful program “Shedding For The Wedding.” As the trainer on the show, Jennifer was tasked with changing the contestant’s/cast’s lives by teaching them how to incorporate real-life workouts into their daily routines.
Jennifer’s work goes beyond training. She is the lifestyle and fitness spokesperson for world class brands including Muscle Milk, Good Feet and Polar Heart Rate Monitors. Weight Watchers appointed Jennifer their fitness spokesperson as well as the national ambassador of their third annual “Walk it!” Challenge. Her repertoire includes the development and management of fitness programs for leading health clubs including Toronto’s Yorkville Club and works with celebrities and top executives to incorporate fitness and nutrition into their lives.
Jennifer is the President and CEO of NGR – No Gym Required – a fitness brand that offers products and services focused on her “anytime, anywhere, no excuses” philosophy. The company is known for its wellness toning shoe, which is the only sneaker to use removable weighted soles. The shoes can be found on tens of thousands of fans, including the stars of TV’s Desperate Housewives, Courtney Cox, Jennifer Garner, Debra Messing and Eliza Dushku.
Her bestselling book No Gym Required – Release Your Inner Rock Star (2009) outlines her no-nonsense approach to fitness and health, and serves as an overall healthy lifestyle guide. The book includes fitness plans and workouts that utilize a variety of moves that can be incorporated into any schedule anytime, anywhere, no excuses.