Meet the Coach: Jeanmarie Scordino

by | Jan 21, 2016 | Exercise Tips

What does “being healthy” mean to you? Last month you met team member Lori Sherlock, and this month, I’m excited to introduce Jeanmarie Scordino.


Who is Jeanmarie Scordino?


Jeanmarie’s credentials are extensive, but what I admire most is her creative eye for movement.  When I first saw Jeanmarie working with clients, I was amazed at her ability to select moves that appeared to be so simple, yet had extraordinary results. The clients, some who had experienced long term pain, were on a path to feeling and moving better – on the spot!

Her creative ability that helps people get moving and feel better is seen in the Functional Training Path she created and implemented for her workplace. This looping 1 mile path with 4 stretching stations is geared toward people who sit a lot to help reverse effects of prolonged sitting with the added benefit of more advanced exercises. Here are a few of her designs!




Fun Facts About Jeanmarie Scordino



When I first met Jeanmarie, I knew her approach to movement was what people were looking for, and I wanted her on my team! Using her 25+ years experience as an exercise physiologist, personal trainer and sport conditioning coach, she put together a land workout series for WECOACH Workouts.

Each 10 minute program can be done on it’s own or together for a 30 minute workout.

  • Reduce pain and stiffness using gentle hip movements
  • Improve lower body strength for stronger knees and hips
  • Step and reach in 6 directions to improve core strength and balance

“I have been looking for a way to work out smarter, not harder. In just two weeks, I felt improvement in both stiffness and pain. When my time is short, I do one 10-minute workout for a better day. Thank you so much for meeting this need.” – Judy from Sarasota



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