Jen Case | PhD, RD, CSCS, CSSD
Specialties: Combat Sports
Dr. Jen Case is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist who holds a PhD in Human Nutrition. Jen is a nutritional and fitness coach who works with all levels and types of athletes and active individuals to help them meet their weight/body composition and athletic goals.
Before joining the Renaissance Periodization team, Jen was an assistant professor in Kinesiology for five years. After spending time educating students in various courses in nutrition and exercise science, Jen now advises clients utilizing scientific principles for proper diet design and exercise programming.
Jen is active Brazilian jiu jitsu practitioner with a black belt under Renato Tavares and numerous championships including 2017 IBJJF Black Belt World Champion, 2015 IBJJF Brown Belt Pan American Champion and 2014 & 2013 IBJJF Purple Belt World Champion.
- Iowa State University, Graduate Certificate in Dietetics
- Kansas State University, Doctor of Physiology in Human Nutrition
- University of Kansas, Master's of Science in Sports Studies
- Washburn University, Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training
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About me - Living in Kansas City, KS with Coach Dr. Derek Wilcox and my pets-4 dogs (2 pitbull mixes, 1 Lhasa Apso mix, 1 Pekingese), 2 cats (both orange, 1 long hair, 1 short hair), 2 hedgehogs. My hobbies include Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Stained Glass and Torch Working, and Disc Golf.
Why did you start coaching? Cofounders Nick and Mike needed help with a postpartum client
What is your coaching style? I'm pretty relaxed about things and try to keep my clients focused on the big picture whenever they start getting overwhelmed with the details. Most of the time I focus on the positives and progress made. Try to only be negative or deliver some tough love when it is really needed!
What kinds of clients do you work with? Individuals with special conditions (hypothyroidism, breastfeeding, diabetes, PCOS, etc) who need help with their diet.
What is your favorite part of coaching? When clients send me pics of their pets or children being adorable!
What type of client would be the best fit to work with you? Clients who are willing to roll up their sleeves and put in the work with my guidance along the way.