Trainers in Transit on Live with Kelly and Ryan!

For the last segment of “JanYOUary",” Jenn takes Ryan and Kelly through some partner stretches.

Watch Jenn train the producers of Live with Kelly and Ryan! And yes, Ryan Seacrest joins in.

Jenn Wrote for Pop Sugar

Read 'Why Am I Walking Every Day and Not Losing Weight' here!
"NASM-certified trainer Jennifer Giamo said, ‘I usually recommend that clients get in at least 10,000 steps per day, (about five miles) but of course if possible, more is always better!’"


Fitness Unleashed Featured in AM New York

Fitness Unleashed, and the money raised for Animal Lighthouse Rescue, were featured in AM New York. Read it here!
"To raise funds for the special rescues and help rebuild ALR’s Puerto Rico shelter El Faro de los Animales, Isenstein partnered with longtime Camp Canine client Jennifer Giamo, a nutrition consultant/trainer who runs NYC-based Trainers in Transit, to organize a Central Park fitness class.  'Fitness Unleashed' invites New Yorkers and their four-legged loved ones for a dog-friendly workout that is open to all fitness levels..."


Jenn was a Guest Speaker for Worthy


Jenn Wrote for Thrive Global

Read 'Everything Changes' here!
"Transformation, in it's many forms, is a chance to start over. A new beginning, a rebirth, whatever you call it, it. is. frightening...."

Read 'Holding On or Moving On' here!
"Everyday I am surrounded by the material things that were once ours and are now mine alone. How do you move forward when you are physically living in the past? How do you create a space that is not a constant reminder of what was?"


Jenn Talks Cheat Meals with Insider

Read "4 Trainers Share Their Favorite Cheat Day Meals" here!

"When I do indulge, it's almost always with carbs," Giamo told INSIDER. "It will be either a slice of pizza from my favorite pizza place, an everything bagel with cream cheese, avocado, and tomato, or if I'm in the mood for something sweet it can be chocolate chip cookie dough."


Jenn Featured in Teen Vogue Magazine

Read 'Jennifer Giamo's Top Tips For Injury Free Workouts' here!
"It’s important to warm up by doing some type of cardiovascular exercise (jogging, jumping rope, etc) for 5-10 minutes prior to your activity. This will allow your muscles to get warm and more pliable which will aid in preventing injuries. After your warm up, it’s a good idea to stretch the muscles that you will be using..."


A fabulous experience! - Jenn has been my trainer for almost 5 years. I would highly recommend her to anyone who wants a tailored and customized training experience. Jenn is patient and personable and extremely knowledgeable about exercises, making modifications to exercises and nutrition. She carefully considers your workout goals (i.e. lose weight, strength training) and then develops a personalized training plan.
— Deborah