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The Overcoming MS Workout Class powered by MS Workouts

Join Geoff Allix and MS Workouts for an exercise class focusing on body fundamentals, hip flexors and foot drop.

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This is an interview followed by a workout. The workout starts at 34:00.

Bios

Jeff Gotte, M.Ed – BS Exercise Science – NSCA-CSCS, ACE-PT
Jeff Gotte received his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Business and Master’s in Physical Education from Texas State University.  While there, he was a graduate assistant with the Health and Human Performance Dept., taught five courses per semester and was also a graduate assistant football and strength conditioning coach.

In 2009, Jeff co-founded Practical Fitness in Austin, TX, a private personal studio specialized in strength training for busy professionals.  In addition to certifying the company’s instructors on PracFIT proprietary exercise technique, Jeff has personally executed thousands of sessions with individuals dealing with many types of physical challenges, ranging from hip and knee replacements to lung transplants.

Jeff also oversaw the Practical Fitness strength training pilot program for individuals with MS sponsored by the MS Society.

Jacqueline Vandergaag, steadypace® certified trainer, Diagnosed with MS in 2009

Jacqueline Vandergaag became a steadypace® online trainer after gaining amazing results through MS Workouts. She is passionate about guiding, encouraging, inspiring, and motivating members to show up and give the best they have each exercise session.

She has been a member of MS Workouts since April 2018 and has mastered the steadypace® technique and how to employ it effectively. Diagnosed with MS in 2009, Jacqueline understands the daily challenges of living with MS.

Since joining MS Workouts, Jacqueline has been able to add more strength to her entire body and significantly improve her mobility – even her neurologist has noticed and has reduced her EDSS! She is committed to using exercise and nutrition to manage and reduce her MS symptoms.

Jacqueline has a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Guelph majoring in Bio-Medical Science with a minor in Nutritional Science. She also has a post-graduate diploma in Clinical Research from Humber College. She currently lives with her two kids and husband in Ontario, Canada and regularly exercises using the steadypace® Technique two to three times a week.