Jane Curth

About Jane Curth

Jane Curth has spent her entire professional life in fitness education. From owning her own ballet studio to creating and teaching her own classes as a college professor, she has always pushed students to their full potential. In retirement, she sought to bring this love of teaching excellence together with her passion for fitness, kinesiology and health.

A certified personal trainer for over ten years, Jane co-founded FitFixNow in 2016. She has put together a team of world-class instructors with expertise in a variety of fields. Knowing that there’s always something to learn from everyone, she has taken an interdisciplinary approach to FitFixNow’s robust course catalog.

Learning from her own experience taking CEUs, she became more and more dissatisfied with having to either go to an expensive conference or wait forever for the mail to get her certificates in time — and she also wasn’t too thrilled with many of the topics.

As such, she’s made sure to use her own background as a trainer to teach what will really benefit personal trainers. Whether it’s building your personal training business or trying to help a client who’s preparing for knee replacement surgery, Jane has made sure that with FitFixNow, you will find a course that will make you a better trainer and make your clients better athletes (and won’t kill your wallet!). FitFixNow is an ISSA-certified provider for continuing education.

Articles from Jane Curth


Fighting Sarcopenia with Exercise and Nutrition

Senior Fitness | Special Population

Fighting Sarcopenia with Exercise and Nutrition

With aging comes more medical concerns, such as osteoporosis, arthritis, dementia and a whole host of others. One of the lesser-known threats to aging populations is Sarcopenia and we’re going to talk about what it is, how it develops in the body, how to manage it, what can be done to prevent it, and most importantly how someone can use exercise and nutrition to treat it.

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How does exercise help stroke victims?

Safety / Injuries | Special Population

How does exercise help stroke victims?

The professional personal trainer will successfully build a program for a stroke victim client and coach them through to program completion. As you can imagine, when someone suffers a stroke and loses their independence, lack of motivation becomes a barrier to success.

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