About Us

Team Recharge was created to help you learn to eat and move intuitively, honor God with your body and put faith first in your health and fitness to allow your body to function in the way it was originally designed.

The commitment to improve health and fitness is fairly simple.  The struggle comes with staying committed.  Can you relate?  I can start off super excited and eager for big results; but am quickly reminded of the hard work, time and dedication it takes to accomplish the changes I am after and struggle to keep momentum. 

Romans 12:2 encourages us not to conform to the patterns of this world but to be transformed by renewing our minds.  So, what if we give up control and surrender our health to God?

Putting our faith first, when setting nutrition and fitness goals, will require us to surrender and give up control.  This is like repentance wouldn’t you say?  To turn from sin and go a new way; not resorting back to previous sinful patterns. 

We will still face adversity but when we look to the Lord we discover he is the Way to finding joy and freedom in the choices we make for our health.  We need the strength from our creator to guide our journey.  We can’t do it alone. 

Team Recharge has a variety of programs offering assistance in nutrition and exercise that will help you put your faith first and bring out your original design. We would love the opportunity to walk with you on your journey to greater health and wellness; to support you, encourage you and pray for you.

If you do not go astray, you cannot be led astray.

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Healthy Living from Within

Put your Faith in the front row of your health!
Surrender your flesh and put God in the lead to allow yourself the ability to rely on His strength to equip you in reaching ultimate freedom in your health!

✔Virtual 1:1 to solidify your vision and set an action plan for the month ahead.
✔Receive an easy-to-follow meal plan that allows you to get results!  
✔Weekly accountability and guidance to keep you moving forward.  
✔Fitness challenges tailored to your ability level.
✔Learn to define who God says you are with a 7-day devotional!! ✝️❤

As a result, you will re-discover your original design - Who God created you to be, experience a recharge in your energy and have a renewed spirit that empowers you to thrive forward.  

To get started, simply click on SIGN UP NOW button.  😁

Cost: $39 for 1 month

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Wellness Coach Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Personal Traits of a Coach for Wellness

A high-quality wellness coach is somebody who is willing to work with you to provide high-quality care, assess your health problems, and provide treatment that works for your unique needs. These experts must also be ready to adjust themselves suitable and to utilize their personality to meet your needs. In fact, a good character is one of the critical facets of a wellness coach and shouldn’t be ignored as an important way of assessing their value to your holistic care treatments. 

The following traits are all ones that a good coach should possess. Each has been carefully examined in full to help you understand why they are so important. While you might not find a coach who possesses every trait to their fullest, you should find one who can meet a majority of these demands without difficulty. Just as importantly, you need to find a coach who is compatible with your unique personality to ensure that no clashes occur during your treatment and care and to prevent problems with your health.

Personable and Friendly 

A good wellness coach is somebody who enjoys working with a large number of people and who can provide loving care that is hard to get in any other way. For example, a good coach must know how to assess your situation quickly and efficiently but without ignoring your needs. Beyond this skill, they also need to fully understand how to diagnose any health problems accurately and to find a treatment option that will give you the holistic care that you need to recover from any health problem fully. 

For example, a coach shouldn’t have a pet treatment option that they use above all others because this may limit your effectiveness in many circumstances. A treatment plan should be suited for one person alone – the one receiving it – and must be adjusted to meet your needs. If you find a coach who is inflexible or who lacks the compassion to tweak their treatment methods to your unique needs, you should seek someone else instead who can fully understand what you need. 

Compassionate and Supportive 

These traits may seem similar to the last section but vary slightly. Compassion and support go beyond mere friendliness and to a level of professionalism that some wellness coach professionals may lack. For example, your coach needs good bedside manners and must talk to you with respect and dignity. They should never mock you for any condition or act as if you are different than them. Instead, they should embrace you thoroughly and help you get the best out of your situation in any way that they can.

Just as importantly, a coach needs to avoid threats, insults, and shaming as an attempt to motivate you to succeed. This isn’t the Army or any other military branch: those kinds of tactics are best suited for that environment and not for your wellness. Instead, a good coach should fully understand how to use kindness, generosity, and complete support and compassion for your needs to compel you to succeed no matter what difficulties you face or challenges lie ahead of you. 

Innovative and Flexible 

An authentic wellness coach must have the strength and personality to create new innovative approaches to their care. For example, they should have a technique that they enjoy using and which works various elements of your body, mind, and soul in unique ways. However, your coach should also be flexible and willing to diverge from that theory and technique if they find that it doesn’t work for you. 

Wellness training is all about taking your needs into account and adjusting the coach’s approach to fit you – and not the other way around. If your coach complains about your needs or tries to get you to change to meet their needs, they aren’t doing their job right. Seek out someone else that you can trust to put your needs before theirs and who is also willing to stand up for themselves when needed. 

Other Important Traits to Consider 

Though the traits outlined above are the most important, many other personality aspects should be taken into account before you choose a coach. The characteristics described below are the most important for a coach and will provide them with the best chance of meeting your overall needs and ensuring your success in your personal health and wellness goals:

  • Curiosity – A good coach should be curious about themselves, you, and their surroundings and can adapt to all of these elements in a positive way. 
  • Gratefulness – Your coach should never lord over you but should instead be grateful for their position and the chance to work with you and help you become happier and healthier. 
  • Communication skills – The best coaches must be very professional and skilled at providing excellent help and detailed information to you. 
  • Positivism – A coach who is always positive and who consistently has your back will make you feel more positive and likely aspire you to greater things in your life. 
  • Courageousness – If your coach is meek or afraid to interact with you or have fun, they’re going to be hard to learn from during your sessions. Make sure you find a coach who has as much courage as possible.
  • Focused – Wellness training requires a coach who is focused on your success and skilled enough to adapt to your needs without much difficulty.

As you can see, a wellness coach is a unique individual and someone who you must work with properly to ensure your success. Try to avoid conflicts with your coach to ensure that things go as smoothly as possible. And – just as importantly – take into account your personality and any quirks that you might possess which might drive away or frustrate your coach in any way.

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For more information on our Faith-Based Health Coaching programs or our Faith-Based Fitness class, please send us a note.

Our Previous Clients

  • I joined not knowing what to expect… my time with Recharge has taught me to ALWAYS put God first. I also learned weight loss is not always about the pounds but the weight of your heart and mind. This journey showed me what it means to seek God first in all things. I lost a few pounds but I gained more insight about myself and that is huge for me. I highly recommend this program to anyone seeking a better life.

    -Karen
  • In 8 weeks I experienced, for me, an epiphany. I learned I needed more than just a great workout to help my health journey. Jill introduced me to her program and incorporated a healthy way of eating, moving, and praying. I’ve learned how to include God in my everyday. Jill’s kindness and knowledge has taken me to a new path on my wellness journey. I have incorporated new habits into my daily routine that help me be the best me i’ve ever been. thank you, Jill, you will always be cherished.

    -Pam
  • This program has helped give me a renewed peace and perspective on fitness and nutrition. I was one who struggled with an “all or nothing” approach, and through this program I was able to learn that I was lacking God in that area of my life. The program taught me that God does want me to be healthy and whole. Putting God first didn’t mean abandoning my health and fitness. I have made some great new friends, I am stronger, have more energy and endurance, and I have a healthier relationship with both food and my workouts. I highly recommend this!

    -Theresa
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