Meet Jennie Huber!

Jennie has been apart of our Village since 2015! That's some OG status. She is Mama to 3 beautiful babies Jordyn, Jake & Jessi (twins)! You can find her at Stroller Strides and Body Back. Jennie is the one with the huge smile and the first one to say hi to that new Mama. You can always count on Jennie to make her way to Mom's Night Out;we love a Mama that knows how to take time for herself. Thank you Jennie for doing Motherhood with us!

Hometown: West Hills, CA

Tell us about your family: I am married to Jeff, whom I met in nursing school and we have three beautiful children, Jordyn(4), and our twins, Jessi(2) and Jake(2).

Current/Previous Career: I am a Nurse, but I have not worked for about 5 years now. I last worked in a Telemetry unit so I took care of cardiac patients and really sick patients that needed to be on a heartmonitor.

What was your childhood ambition? I wanted to be a doctor, but I had way too much fun in my early college years to do that. I went back to school in my early 30s to become a nurse.

What is the furthest you have been away from home? I have been to Africa and Japan.

How did you find Fit4Mom? I have a friend that lives on the Westside who did stroller strides when her kids were younger so after I had my first I found the one closest to me.

How has Fit4Mom impacted your life? I love stroller strides for the sense of community, the exercise, and my kids love their stroller stride friends too! Doing Stroller Strides and Body Back has gotten me in the best shape of my life.

What's your favorite exercise? I would say my favorite is the plank. I am going to shoot for 4 minutes in this session of Body Back.

What's your proudest moment? I would say that delivering my three kiddos are my proudest moments. I pushed for about 5 hours with Jordyn and they were threatening me with a C-section. Somehow I found the strength and managed to push her out her. With the twins it was a breeze in comparison, I had them both out in about a half hour!

Tell us something about yourself that would surprise us. One of my first jobs out of college was working for the real life "Jerry Maguire". A job that many avid sports fans would have loved to have and I couldn't care less about sports.