Seriously, thank YOU for visiting my site.

I am Jessica H. Maurer and this is where I post all of my recipes, fitness tips, information on fitness education events, and so much more.

I am a master trainer for Lebert Training Systems, BOSU, Barre Above and Tabata Boot Camp; I spend a lot of time on the road educating fitness professionals and you can check out my calendar here.

I have been a group fitness instructor and personal trainer for over a decade. I post videos, workout ideas, and fitness tips that everyone can use on my blog!

LOK Fitness was started in 2016, and I am proud to be the co-creator of this company. We offer 3-hour educational workshops to make you a better fitness professional. Plus, we were awarded Innovative Program of the Year from SCW Mania California 2016!

I also help people like you start your own fitness programs, blogs, websites, social communities, fitness companies, and much more. Need advice? Check out my services!

Questions? Please email me! I would love to answer all of your questions!

My Newest Blogs

Center Floor Barre Moves : Plie Squat

Center Floor Fitness Barre Movements

Right now, fitness barre is hot. It is everywhere! There are hundreds of new barre franchises opening every month, and fitness barre is making a strong debut in fitness clubs, as well. Personally, I teach Barre Above and I love center floor fitness barre movements. But a lot of my students question what barre fitness […]

Trainer Tuesday : Stephanie Meyers Boone

Sometimes you meet people in life that affirm your belief in humanity. Those people have this brightness that shines through during all circumstances. Stephanie is one of those people. She just has … it. No way to fully explain. Her energy is contagious. I met her at a Tabata Bootcamp training and I knew instantly […]

Keep Cardio Drills Simple on the BOSU

It is very easy to keep cardio simple on the BOSU, but trainers and videos on YouTube and Instagram tell a different story. In the past few weeks, I have seen a guy stack a BOSU on three steps for box jumps. A trainer pushed/yelled at/guilted a very deconditioned participant to conduct 10 burpees on a BOSU in […]

Memphis!! My heart is full! Everyone, meet the newest Barre Above instructors from Tennessee and Brazil! Thank you for your amazing ideas and energy! Now, go forth and conquer! ... See MoreSee Less

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I think interviewing candidates is one of the hardest parts of our job. but I love this tip from GroupExPro.com. I wish my younger-self knew this when I first started. ... See MoreSee Less

Interviewing may be even more telling than an audition. But, if you focus on hypothetical questions versus real life scenarios, you may not get the information you need to make a smart choice! When preparing your questions, remember hypothetical questions typically lead to hypothetical answers. Instead, focus on asking about past performance as it typically predicts future behavior. Think about what you find most valuable and develop questions to see how an instructor has handled him or herself in the past. For example, if customer service is important, you might ask, “Tell me about a time when you had a difficult class participant?” instead of, “If you had a difficult class participant, what would you do?”

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I see your dinner and raise you a homemade gluten-free vegan pizza. And the kiddo approves! ... See MoreSee Less

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