“Eat Clean…Train Dirty”
Jill specializes in creative and high energy workouts… using gym toys like Swiss, Bosu, and Med balls, cables, free weights and TRX suspension straps to spice up her programs. Adding Plyometrics for those who want to build power and speed, sports performance drills or functional training and always a focus on core strength.
Four years of work in physical therapy clinics as a PT assistant teaching exercise-based physical therapy has made her a “stickler for form” and properly executed strength training technique, and an expert in injury prevention. If you are recovering from or dealing with an orthopedic injury, she will still create a challenging workout for you…Injury isn’t an excuse to sit around eating chips! She firmly believes in lifestyle modification and that nutrition, flexibility, strength and cardio should ALL be part of a solid program no matter your fitness goals. With Jill, it’s personal training with an emphasis on “personal”- your goals become her goals with tailored workouts and attention.
Growing up loving anything athletic, she still enjoys snowboarding, jogging, weight training, biking, hiking with her dog, and playing as much guitar as possible!
ACE Personal Training
ACE Sports Performance
ACE- Weight Management Specialist
TRX Suspension Training
“I signed up to work with fitness coach Jill Zann on my 25th birthday as a gift to myself. Jill makes working out fun and I look forward to my work outs with her every week. In only ten weeks, I lost ten pounds of fat and 5% body fat. I couldn’t believe it! I hit my goal for my vacation to the Bahamas, but there is no stopping now! Thanks to Jill, I am on my way to getting into the best shape of my life.
THANKS JILLY!!!!” -Natalie
Jill’s client Bailey K, a self-described “slow and injury prone” runner, cut his Austin Half Marathon time from 2:19 to 1:54 in just one year. His strength training workouts with Jill Zann, together with his training program with Rogue Running, helped him make it into the top quartile for his division in the race for the first time. Bailey gained core strength and speed while avoiding injury throughout the fall-winter training period. This surpassed his original fitness goals!