There are many choices in the sea of thirst – sodas and other sweetened drinks might taste good, but that’s because they are full of SUGAR! That’s why I prefer a cold, refreshing glass of water. So make the clear choice that helps you stand out from the crowd. DRINK WATER!
Discover your superpowers. Eat Superpower Vegetables! Join the ranks of your favorite superheroes by powering your plate. Vegetables give you healthy skin, hair, muscles, eyes, and bones. United against junk food, we will be victorious! Fellow superheroes… Jill needs YOU to show your superhero strength by trying a new vegetable within the next week! Whether you’ve seen the live show and received this flyer… …or want to commit after visiting our website, write in the JOIN THE CONVERSATION box to share your vegetable promise with Jill, and the rest of the world.
Happy Halloween! The Frankenstorm? Scary costumes? Daily stress? Learn more about how fear impacts our health in this halloween episode of talk radio, where Jill Jayne is interviewed by Good Food’s Evan Kleiman. Radio Interview on KCRW, Southern California NPR affiliate Digesting Fear: Jill Jayne explains fear’s impact on digestion.
Trying to drink more water? Infuse your water with fresh fruit! While performing with the Junior League of Corpus Christi this month, I discovered these exciting and delicious water preparations. Preparing them is easy! It’s literally fruit soaking in a clear water cooler.
Jill Jayne announced on Pittsburgh’s KDKA that she will be casting her first Pittsburgh-based production. The classroom calisthenics tool will be available nationally for teachers to incorporate movement into the regular classroom day. The video will also kick off the partnership between Jump with Jill and The Movement, a non-profit group organizing a flash mob for the week of Halloween. The music video is set to the hit song Beat of Our Body from the live rock ‘n roll nutrition show, Jump with Jill. Watch the official video here: www.jumpwithjill.com/danceparty
This month’s Journal of the American Dietetic Association, the publication for the my dietetic profession, highlights yet another example of the skewed view of food commercials present. We live in a culture of unhealthy food messages that undermine our ability to make healthy choices. Nutritional Imbalance Endorsed by Televised Food Advertisements by Mink, Evans, Moore, Calderon, and Deger looked at commercials during 84 hours of primetime television and Saturday-morning cartoons. If a person ate the diet recommended by these commercials, their diet would consist of: 2,560% of the recommended daily servings for sugars 2,080% of the recommended daily servings for fat, 40% of the recommended daily servings for vegetables 32% of the recommended daily servings for dairy 27% of the … Read More
In April, the Jump with Jill show took over the lush indoor fields of Parisi speed school in Fair Lawn, NJ for a FREE public performance. Check out photos from the event on my Facebook page. The show was the kickoff for a series of sports nutrition workshops to be held May 11, June 14 and July 1. (Sign up HERE!) In preparation for the show and workshops, I worked out with Director of Training, Steve Leo. First, there’s the warm-up. Rather than the static stretches I had endured throughout my running career, this warm-up could be a work out itself– Sprints! Jumping jacks! Leg lifts! Squats! This dynamic, active stretch prepared my nervous system AND my muscles. Even after … Read More