Jen Burdis, teacher and two-time American Ninja Warrior Competitor, shares her secrets for staying healthy as a teacher.
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Jen Burdis – Bio as Submitted
Jennifer Burdis is a twenty-year veteran elementary teacher in the San Diego area, author ofThe EduNinja Mindset 11 Habits for Building a Stronger Mind and Body, a former Penn State Volleyball player, NSCA- Certified Personal Trainer and an athlete who competed in seasons six and seven of American Ninja Warrior. As an author and keynote speaker, Jen passionately shares her grit and growth mindset strategies by turning obstacles into opportunities, incorporating more kinesthetic based learning activities, and practicing daily healthy habits as a strong foundation to learning.
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Thank you! I enjoy listening to your podcasts on iTunes. This is an important topic as we often neglect our health and well-being because of our work. It’s a pointless sacrifice. Because to be a better teacher, you need to be physically and morally healthy, active, and energetic. Although of course, I cannot call my lifestyle 100% correct, I try to follow these healthy habits.