Experience High Performance Aging
Society is full of inaccurate and disempowering myths about the aging process, and these false beliefs cause incredible amounts of unnecessary fear, anxiety, and uncertainty about “getting older.” Additionally, the current philosophies and practices of the mainstream fitness industry are outdated, not to mention primarily focused on the younger generations.
High Performance Aging: The Over 50 Exercise Guide to Less Pain, More Energy and a Body You Can Rely On for Life, is a modern, science-based book full of critical “missing information” about how to dramatically improve your physical and mental fitness for as long as possible, without being defeated by unnecessary, premature aging.
Meet Your Coaches at High Performance Aging
Zach Comer is an award-winning pain relief, fitness and nutrition expert with over 15 years of experience helping people move better and feel better. He founded High Performance Aging (HPA) to help Baby Boomers and mature adults get in shape, heal pain and injuries, lose weight, and build a lifestyle of sustainable health and fitness.
As a Certified Functional Aging Specialist, Zach is passionate about helping you live as the best version of yourself at every age. He holds multiple specialty certifications in exercise therapy, medical massage, postural restoration, injury prevention, nutrition and wellness coaching.
Zach is the co-author of High Performance Aging: The Over 50 Exercise Guide to Less Pain, More Energy and A Body You Can Rely On for Life. He was awarded 2020 Best of WNC Physical Trainer. In addition, he has won Best of WNC Massage Therapist eight times since 2012 for his work to help clients eliminate pain, recover from injuries and surgeries, and improve mobility.
Marni Jennejahn has 25 years of experience helping others meet their health and fitness goals as personal trainer, group fitness instructor and nutrition coach.
Before joining the HPA team, Marni was the Director of Wellness at a senior living community where her programs won several awards for innovation and effectiveness. She also partnered with Wake Forest University to validate the effectiveness of her lower body strength training program to improve independence for older adults.
Marni specializes in strength training for the core and whole body, Balance and Fall Prevention and corrective exercises to reduce pain and improve mobility. She holds health coaching certifications for Stress Management and is a Fitness Nutrition Specialist.