When Shelley and Claire decided to co-create Legendary U, they asked one simple question:
How can we best serve others?
The answer: We are here to help you live a happier, healthier and more fulfilled life!
Shelley earned her Coach Training certificate through Coach U, an International Coach Federation accredited institution for personal and business coaching. Shelley has special training in the area of Transformational Leadership, and has combined this with her experience in athletics & collegiate coaching to mentor those in leadership positions. She has served as a training facilitator for the National Consortium of Academics & Sports, where she worked with the University of Connecticut women’s athletic teams on leadership development. She is passionate about helping you develop into your best self & helping your group transform into a successful team. Shelley can mentor and support you to develop a winning mindset, lead from the heart, and create the life you desire. During basketball season, you can also find Shelley in a gym watching her daughter or son play, or on your T.V. as an analyst for the Big Ten Network.
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Claire is in her final semester at the University of Iowa. She is earning her degree in Health and Human Physiology/Exercise Science, is an ACSM certified personal trainer, and is a member of the women’s basketball team. She is passionate about developing peak mental and physical performance. Claire has experienced her fair share of struggles as a student athlete, including enduring 4 knee surgeries and the daily challenges of rehab as a Division I basketball player. Through these experiences, Claire has developed the skills, education, and compassion to serve others who want to better their health & overall performance. She fully understands the concept of overcoming adversity, and is the perfect mentor to support you in your journey to a happier, healthier & more fulfilled life.
I don’t mean that I am exactly what God wants me to be. I have not yet reached that goal. But I continue trying to reach it and make it mine. That’s what Christ Jesus wants me to do. It is the reason he made me his. Brothers and sisters, I know that I still have a long way to go. But there is one thing I do: I forget what is in the past and try as hard as I can to reach the goal before me. I keep running hard toward the finish line to get the prize that is mine because God has called me through Christ Jesus to life in heaven.
Philippians 3: 12-14