Hey mamas! We are so excited to announce our Mom of the Month for February 2019! We're trying something a little different this month. We thought it might be fun to dust off the old blog and start showing off our amazing members.
Without any further ado, meet Andrea Jacobsen!
“I am mom to Michael (5), Max (4) & Magnolia (20 mo). My husband Darren and I moved to Duluth about 6 years ago from Fargo, ND, although I am originally from the Twin Cities. I have a masters in Training & Organizational Development.
I previously worked as a Corporate Trainer for a Wind Tower Mfg, but for now I make a top-notch Old Fashioned working evenings at Greysolon Ballroom. I like to stay busy with my kids and I have really enjoyed Duluth and getting active outside - most recently attempting to teach my kids (and myself!) to alpine ski. Fun fact: I somehow was able to give birth to three red heads (1 or 2 with my curly hair).
I found out about Fit4Mom looking for a program to kickstart my fitness after about a year of PT post my last baby. I love everything about Fit4Mom and what it brings to me & so many other moms both physically and mentally. I am inspired by many of them. I love that we are all moms trying to survive while uplifting and motivating each other to reach our goals. If I am struggling to complete a workout, someone is always there telling me "you've got this".
I have had great results with the Body Back program going through two transformations and plan to do a third. The coaches and accountability are incredible! Call me crazy, but I have learned to love the 5:15 am class -- especially the outdoor version! There is something truly magical about finishing a workout with the sun rising over Lake Superior that cannot be replicated.”
Thanks so much for letting us get to know you Andrea! We are so happy to have you as part of Our Village, and don't worry, we don't think you're crazy for loving those 5:15 sun-rise sessions on Lake Superior. You can't beat that view!
What do you think about our new Mom of the Month format? Should we keep posting about our mamas here on the website? Let us know on Facebook what you think of this addition to the Twin Ports blog!