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Jennifer Broxterman

Jennifer Broxterman is a Canadian Registered Dietitian & Sports Nutritionist. She’s a successful entrepreneur and founder of NutritionRx, offering in-person and online nutrition coaching that encourages people to build a happy and healthy relationship with food through habits-based behaviour change. She’s worked with thousands of clients over the past 10 years, ranging from everyday folks to professional athletes like NHL hockey players and Olympic athletes, supporting their healthy eating and performance goals.

Jennifer has worked as a Foods and Nutrition university professor at Western University, winning the esteemed Excellence in Teaching Award. She’s also a nutrition content writer for Precision Nutrition, and the nutrition course creator for PROSPER Nutrition Coaching’s Nutrition + Business Course.

She brings her athletic background as a dual varsity athlete (hockey and rowing), along with her experience of being a 4x Regional CrossFit athlete to her love for coaching a healthy lifestyle to others.



Owners’ Topic: Why Gyms with Nutrition Programs Crush their Competition

Jennifer Broxterman, Registered Dietitian & Sports Nutritionist, has run a highly successful nutrition coaching program inside and beyond the walls of her gym since 2011. Learn more about the proven strategies she uses to bring in 25-50 NEW nutrition clients per month, including 1-on-1 high ticket nutrition coaching, building automated group nutrition kickstart programs, and tapping into the lucrative workplace wellness market. Whether you’re looking to build a nutrition coaching program from the ground up or grow your current nutrition program to even greater success, you’ll leave with practical tips and best practices to build a booming nutrition coaching program in your gym.


Coaches’ Topic: 7 Secrets of Nutrition Coaches that have Waiting Lists

Jennifer Broxterman, Registered Dietitian & Sports Nutritionist, shares her 7 secrets for how she’s built a raving fan base and waiting list not only with her own nutrition clients, but how she’s taught the other nutrition coaches on her team to have waitlists of their own. In this session, we’ll dive into what sets a highly in-demand nutrition coach apart from the rest of the competition, and the key factors that drive referrals, better client retention, and higher revenues. You’ll leave with take-action steps so you can start to build your own waiting list and charge a premium for big-ticket nutrition packages.