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Reign Coach Spotlight | Coach Jodeci

April 12, 2018


With the popularity of our Member Spotlights that have been helping our Reign community get to know each other... 


We thought it would be equally awesome to put the spotlight on each one of our Reign Fitness coaches. 

And to kick things off... 

Here is Jodeci. 




Name: Yadira Jodeci Jimenez (Majority of people think Jodeci is my first name lol)

Age: 21 years old

Occupation: Reign Coach

Years As A Coach At Reign: 2 years




1. What (who) brought you to Reign? 


My mom found Reign Fitness and Performance and signed me up for a membership. After my first class, sweat dripping, heart racing and couldn’t catch my breath; I immediately fell in love.


I knew I wanted to train as an athlete and I would come to every ReignFIT class I could (we only had 6am and 6pm class back then.) Soon after, I started personal training with Mesha and I became stronger and got taught how to Olympic lift by Albert. 



2. What is the most significant change - whether social, physical, mental…you have experienced since you have been here? (As a member first, then as a coach)


My physical change would have to be that I lost over 40lbs throughout my journey at Reign!! 


I have definitely became stronger mentally as an athlete and a coach. I'm someone who definitely gets in my head and it used to be more negative, but I have worked so hard to get a positive mindset.


I'm a strong believer that if you think, talk and do positive things then positive things will happen to you.





3. Tell us a little about yourself. What's a Day In The Life of Jodeci? 




I usually wake up around 7:30-8am and I spend about 10 minutes in bed trying to take in all the blanket warmth before I start getting ready.


Once I'm ready, I eat my breakfast which usually consists of 2 eggs, roasted potatoes, and chicken sausage. 


Then I head to the gym and get there around 10am and that's when I put my admin and janitor "hat" on. I tidy/clean up the gym and answer emails.


I start training around 12pm and that's my therapy/athlete time! I spend about 2-3 hours training and focusing on becoming stronger, faster and a better Me.

Once I get my training done, I get some food down before my clients arrive around 4pm. 


After my clients come, I usually don't stop coaching till about 8pm.

I get home around 8:45pm and I'll eat dinner and then work on my computer and read some of my book till about 11-