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The Zenberry Life with Holistic Health Coach Emma Galland

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HOW EXERCISE CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE. We'll focus on how to get motivated to exercise by sharing with you stories of how exercise transformed lives in more ways than the physique.

Exercise reaches beyond building the perfect physique. It builds your character in ways that will impact the relationships in your life, your career, your relationship with yourself, with the spiritual.

Exercise can help you reach your health goals as well as your life goals.

This is a show hosted by NASM Personal Trainer and Holistic Health and Nutrition Coach Emma Galland. Emma is an entrepreuneur who owns her wellness company, Goji Fitness, and launched a raw, vegan and organic superfood nutrition booster she co-created on the US market called Zenberry mix. Emma trains people one-on-one using virtual technology or at her own personal training studio. She also teaches group fitness classes for Crunch, Pablo Fitness, Cycle Bar and is the Master Trainer at AQUA.

Her guest is Chelsea Kaplan. Chelsea graduated from Cal State Long Beach with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology and a certificate in Kinesiotherapy. She is also a registered Kinesiotherapist (RKT) and has been working with rehabilitative and fitness clients for 8 years.  She has gained experience working with wounded veterans in California through the VA Hospital and through private clinics working one on one with those searching for advancements in their personal health and fitness goals. Chelsea specializes in customized fitness integration programs with older adults, those suffering from chronic diseases, and anyone recovering through previous injuries.

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