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49: Insta-Fitness - How to build a fitness brand and company with Jen Esquer

2018-06-19

Jen Esquer (also known as @DocJenFit) has built an incredible brand and business using Instagram and changed the way hundreds of thousands of people think about mobility. In this episode, she's sharing how she grew her following (almost half a MILLION fans) and then built a business on top of it. This is a great listen for anyone in the fitness space or anyone using social to sell a service.

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ass, a promise. You will not be sorry, you did. I truly believe that every body is different. Every body is, you can have the same exact diagnosis as someone, but a different treatment plant. Welcome to the day s pod cast. My name is Rachel Hollis and I felt a multi million dollar media company with a high school diploma, and a Google search bar each week will share direct tangible advice or inspiring interviews with the same intention. These are the tools to change your life hi guys today, I'm chatting with my friend John S, care from doctrine fit and if you don't already follow her on Instagram. She is an incredible physical. Therapist per pictures. Will super inspire you and make you want to move, but, more importantly, she's gonna teach us about the power of mobility. Why it matters and
it plays into the way that we go about our day, are able to take care of her babies and do the work that we wanted to listen I would love for you to explain. What you do and how you got to this place Doktor physical therapy, so I created something called the mobility method and then, after that I created optimal body and I'm just continuing to continuing to reach out and try to help as many people as I can without actually having to get my hands on them and empower people to take control back of on bodies and believe pain? So its ban amazing, its awesome I think this is going to be, and I thought this ever since I first reach out was like. Oh can I interview on you on the Pike ass. I think this is going to be a great care.
We're station, because I I mean this with all the respect in the world and because I want you to educate me, I don't understand the value and stretching Billy. I am probably your worst nightmare hooking up higher. I run distance I am so terrible about doing anything to recover. Or be better for next time. So what I would love to know preach to meet, but also to everybody. Listening like. Why does this matter, ability is so different than what people usually think it is? It's not just static, stretching em, it's not just going in and taking a younger class and your actually not my worst nightmare you're. Everyone! Ok! you. Are the majority of people end, but I tell people? Is you brush your teeth every day so that
you can avoid having a cavity avoid. Having you know your teeth. Decay in this same thing is with mobility and our bodies, because just because we worked out just because we run just because we left waves doesn't mean that it actually going to prevent pain and restrictions down the road it helps. It helps to keep us healthy, helps to keep our muscles building. It helps to keep the muscle mass and you know, keep our cardiovascular strength and keep our heart healthy. All of those things is huge, but at this in time, if your hips get tight. Your low back is most likely the number one thing that's gonna start to work harder because it feels like ok, motion is limited below me now. I have to make up for it at my back, so then about looking at the back and what's wrong with my back and I need a back massage. I need all these things. We really, spent time actually do,
mobility and opening up your heads. You won't have pain anymore. Most likely. This is, and always obviously I wish I was that person who gets out of bed and spend the time stretching, but it feels like this big daunting, bang, but even you just saying liked. You have two minutes of course. I do of course, have two minutes. Of course, can commit to that before I, on and after I run and before I get in bed at night and it's a habit like anything else, I just think it. Were exposed to it- does not occur to us with this something that you had your whole life, you like you, develop debt because you started to learn about it in college. The benefits like what was your journey to get to this place. You know it's really. What could I bring people that is, the foundation of everything were missing without having to evaluate them without being able to touch them without being able to really know what there is always. What can I bring them? That, I know is the foundational route for every single person than I work with
really comes down to mobility and the reason why become some partners, because we're babies and we grow up. I mean were condition to play the grand things on the floor to pull ourselves up to fall down to just said, on the ground, I mean you go to elementary scholars, crisscross applesauce, a you know, we're sitting in this any inside position that we lose all of a sudden as we get put into chairs all day long, and then we were able to unemployment, then back into chairs, and then you lose play as you get older and then you grow up. You have to sit at dusk. You sit at couches anything to make people more comfortable. You sit on toilets that aren't even functional, far body to use the restroom we set, on things that are not allowing our bodies to get back the way that supposed to be moving. It's not that they can't we're not allowing them audits,
super interesting, I mean maybe not to cause you like, live in this space and you are around other people, but for me, like I, just like my family, like southern rubs dirt on like idea of any of this would be so foreign to how I was raised, and I I I am passion about the idea that I want to treat my body like an athlete, treat their body, because I expect a lot out of my body. Like I travel costly for kids. I'm running, this business, I'm doing all these things, and I know that the only way that my that my bodies to be able to function at the level that I needed to as if I'm eating ray and drinking water and getting sleep, and I really this is- and I am sure for listeners as well like this. Is it he said anyone concerned
so for someone like me like: where do I even style yeah? So for someone like you, that's why I do have like a stock assessment that people can use so that they start to understand where in their body there restricted, because that's what's Muslim. To figure out. What is even happening that I dont even know about an once people. Able the diamond there really opens up the mind of like oh my gosh, you didn't know. I had these restrictions and then, from there I have many many assets that people can go into that are actually educational, so it doesn't welcome through a programme. More so than it gives them a whole tool box that they are now able to pool from that's really what I, when I create and the reason that I created, as is not because everyone needs, be athletes, but is because We need to start putting moors backed into this body, that working all the time for us and were now
using and diving into the school capability of what our body has. I mean I. You know. I really got to see this when everything grad school I've always been a movement person. I was in ass, its growing up. It was that requirement actually from my parents, and then I found Loveth fitness and I just continued so for me. I dont have like this hard journey of Findings that nice and finding the. Why has already kind of been with me It was when I was in european school and I was we were working with some sweet deposit patience and this man was just saw inspiring to me. He said then as well chair and watch hell yeah down from his wheelchair, could on his shoes and socks, took like twenty men and it looks absolutely painful ankles- are going different directions. Everything is an event in contracted in different ways in it.
Absolutely painful, but he does that he doesn't want anyhow it was well Journey, started swimming you been to pull himself back into his well charity started swimming so that he can lose weight and still be able to use his body the way that he is used to say. Here, someone that should be taken care of, but he's living completely on their own. Is literally diving into their school capability of their body just to be able to live. And even tap into half of that we do We bad, you know, scrapped we are faced with when our bodies can do, and usually we don't start paying attention until there is already paying until there is already an injury, and you notice- oh, my gosh. This is so tight or why didn't I do this sooner and we don't do it until it's already too late. So good and so like its super, inspiring to me It also feels like a little of it challenges
because I think of I love the idea of doing something. Almost as a celebration of this gift. Even game, then, without with a body like you're so bless if we are to have full use of all the parts of our body and a travesty to not be utilizing them. The way that we should. I think From me, working out is I do I work out because of the emotional stress Roby Father, not if it isn't a physical thing for me well. I guess it's great to be in shape, and I worked really hard to you know to where I am with my fitness of all. But for me that's a man till thing it's not like. I love the idea of shifting. The perception of this is a celebration of what your body can do, if you're not like exploring the fool, capacity that you have its
what is it, what a loss to what you ve been committed? like so many of the listeners. Are they have aside her saw their building business, says they're doing network. Marketing or they ve got em. They ve got there little dream to build something I think, you're an excellent example of someone who is built, a business around a passion and We need a passion that when you got started in this field, I mean I'm sure there are, but I dont know anybody else on Instagram who are doing and if you all don't follow. John Instagram, you absolutely need to be because the stuff that you're doing and now that you said it on my guide- is a ball celebration about your bodies kidding. I love like last week on whenever it wasn't, you are like climbing. And down on your hands over a hill. Through the words I would like what is even happening right now and I'm so terrible, because I follow you because I like, I just want to see what your doing such incredible thing it.
Does it make me go man I want to go. You know, do a full like total in mid air, but I'm so inspired by what you're doing floating, so, how did you get from like passion to business yeah? You know it. May I
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actually never intended to take anything toward business? I never saw myself as an entrepreneur. It was. Never my vision, my dream. When I was invisible therapy squall, I first then I want to be a women's health specialists and you, pilates rehab cause. I was teaching plot. Is that the time through school and they and I learned how slow bodies rehab is I realise that women's health therapy was probably not when I wanted to do anymore so that quickly, change, but I still have my mind that I and you know the fact that good work for some announced in its work in the clinic, because that's what I knew and I just did it in that I had any business and in business and then, in my last year physical therapists called there were some one working on my boyfriend and she was a car.
Factor, but she had a round table her own tolls and she was at his house, and I was like what What is that you can do this, and it was his mind like needle in all, learn about any of these things and physical therapy school for physical. Their visit is new, be able to have direct access and not you see a client based on a prescription from an empty in sums. They still have to, but it was for me and when I brought this up in in one of our current uncooked business places, which was awful and not really a business class, they said you know, I said well now that we have direct access. Can't we in our work on science and on our own. I saw this actor. Who is that someone's house in that's how she was running her business and they said no? No, that when it work, I couldn't believe that they, even they told a class of sixty people that this is just Possible it was mine blowing to me clearly impossible,
it's just I mean that's and even a really interesting spaces happen to us, there is so much that were told about the way things have always been done like one thought the way we do it will it do not do it because it doesnt work or just because you ve, never I'd get. So what then gay the courage? Was it seeing someone else or you're just like crap, I'm in a try this and see what how I graduated- and I did, I did We'll get your typical physical therapy off ass. I am, I felt like I wanted mentorship. Still I felt like I wanted to gain confidence before I completely went off on my own, and so I would therefore, about a year and a half until I felt like you, people were to come to me the Mai instrument and reaching out to me wanting to work with me personally, pink cash in the clinic, which I obviously wasn't thing I'm so I just felt like it was time for me to add a step, often take a leap of faith
I literally gave my boss is like a week's noticed. That was like a lot to figure out right now. And I just decided in place then, and did it and then As my instagram started to row, I felt like this school. I'm I'm growing following people are living at its awesome that I can provide some education, but what people really getting from it? They might save a video, but are they really going back? Where are they really working it into their body and soul?. I felt like I wasn't her biting what I could be started ass, my audience: what is it that you would want from me? What would you want to learn if I can give you a tool? If I can give you something? What is it that you want to mean everyone said mobility No, so what year was this programme is Joan arrests were literally less than a year ago, oh yeah
Where are you now undulations like that massive scale not? I thought his time, the programme- and I remember so it is not bad a lot of time at all. Do you feel like that has happened because you really listen to the audience you were stepping into a white space where nobody was like. What do you think? What sort of the magic equation that has led to lead you to display. I was actually at the time. Right. When I was going to lines before that I've gotten into a person development programme- and I think that helped tremendously Give me a clear vision: a gave me the drive for any, and it got me out of my own way in terms of its security. Am I now can I do those all those other things took a ban deeds which obviously hopped away and
I was able to justice that I wanted to do it and I started asking people talking to people. I found a little mastermind with Agrippa girlfriends that I knew already had some online stock that they had going on. I reached out to people that was scary. For me, I took a calm friends, I'm where I can learn about some basic online marketing type stocks and then just took a leap of faith and reach such my harder and set. Is there a possibility, the about it, you know cunning over how you run your challenges, I just you know really job in hard. I decided last summer I was going to create a programme knowing nothing except Hannah, do social media and then, by November I launched that's in credit. So tell us about the programme that you create. So I created the mobility method, which I kind of touched on. It hides a
our screening assessment of people can kind of go through their own assessment of their body to see where the restrictions are and then literally just broken up into different models of the body of the neck. Much will shoulder module hit module all the way down throughout the body? and each module has education or videos that teach you exactly how to do a mobility exercise which immobility is it's going to be? Some static holds like stretching, but it also has an active components, because if we don't bring in the active interactions at an ranges of motion that your body holding in an range stretch, personal, what no, how to go back to that range. Emotion and you're, not gonna, be able to functionally take it into your body, so actually having what what truly were so that you can act they carry over the body? You can access its function. Also Eve trap: are you catch yourself? You're, not gonna pull a hamstring, so it makes it
so within the bodies that you can carry it out it did not want to create a step by step. Mobility died. I try We believe that every body is different. Every body is no matter. You can have the same exact diagnosis as someone, but a different treatment plant, and that's what people don't get It's because we develop differently. We have different activities you sit differently. You have maybe you're right handed the other prisons left, have it maybe strain on the right leg? More. The other person's Denzil left, like we're gonna, have different restrictions about the body from being able to dive into your own body, develop your own plan c, where your own restrictions on what exercises were desperate. Your body is what is so smart? I love the idea you do that hard scary thing where you reached out to someone whose behaviour you wanted to model, and you said like hey, can you talk me do this? Can you guys me through this evening
it's getting from concept to final product is such an undertaking. So I think what I wanted. Keep speaking into I've done autonomy interviews this week and I feel like all these incredible women are saying the same things is that there comes a point when you're building a business world, you come up against the I want to do this thing and I have no freaking clue how to make it happen, but just brought king it down into manageable pieces like ok. First, I need to start out with what are all the things I don't know next step I need to, have the concept and build it then, how did you figure out, I think, for for a lot of our listeners who do have a product the hardest part is not making a product the hardest part. Is now selling it. How do you like out. There are ethical items. Women carry this lake Gill Or shame about asking you to buy the thing that they made Was there ever something that you struggled with and then
how did you actually get it to market and Yang understands? Because I Yes, I have a social media following, but I had zero email list so that was a really you think I'm Peter Just don't buy uninstall Remsen way that they used to and on social media in general, I would say it's it's hot. It's difficult there, so many people that are doing it and if that is your only source of relying on selling your product, it's not going to work as well as you think it well, because also I mean- hopefully, listeners have heard this over and over, but you don't own those fans like the greatest scam in history. I'm. Everyone build up a fan page. Now you can't. Less than anymore, without paying US wool, Goodenough Facebook, they're all geniuses, but guess what Facebook gowns? Instagram set. Worry, it's gonna, go the exact same way and if you are relying on your social following to be the only source of red,
and sales you're in trouble, so the mean this could be really practical for people. How did you go about building up an email less than learning it, because I think that it? such a challenge, if you ve never done it before, but simultaneously, there are so many people who are killing it, who have so much wisdom to the informations out there? But how You go about acquiring it when I, used to doing was running Instagram challenges where you would see IRAN Instagram and you follow along, and you do all the days and you know how He put his spade all the way through anything when a prize. This time, if you wanted to see the challenge, you had to give me your email and you had. Open your email in order, we find it. So that's it did I create The challenge- and I promoted at like about ten to fourteen days before I once the challenge and it was right around. It was a November. So is right around thanksgiving of its called grateful for mobile.
Which I've used again and. It was so powerful about this. One was that it wasn't just mobility. Yes, it was too maybe to it we exercises every day to get you in to mobility, and we went the whole body started shoulders and we were all the way down to the toads by last day, by day seven. So he ran a seven day challenge, but within every day of the challenge, which only took ten minutes total, there is a piece of ground the two meditation at the end so about five or to five minutes At the gratitude and just kind of sitting in like an ending mobility, pose where I taught them through Do you understand what we just did you understand, there's other people who can't reach overhead there's people who can? open their legs. I told stories about regional policy about junior rheumatoid arthritis, about other people that I know who liver disease and yet you cannot tell that they have it because they use what they happen there.
Body. So I really got people back into the appreciation for your body undo right now and when it has the ability to go into so that was the seven days and then, on the last day when I announced the winners in the prizes, that's when I announced the mobility method was open and got people For a week, I dont want to close it because I do have a social following, so I wanted to know if people were going to come to my page, I want them to able to have something tangible that they could still have. So I didn't open and close car, but I I didn't. Lee birth rate, so I said it's twenty bucks off for this first time, if you in this week. So, within a week, the list of eleven thousand oh my god, everybody listening to do now Here you are beginning with gender. Let all please please please that is. No I'm all the good cook
relations and it does help to if you have the kind of following that Europe also then just rely on my following, so I again had no shame and reached out for support. So I reach out to all of my Instagram France as well and said he would you mind carrying out this free challenged totally free in out attitude and appreciation, I made a story swipe up for them so that they didn't have to do anything else? Some talked about it didn't have to One story page buy back and it had an gave them the link, so rat so you tell me like You have the eleven those Mps people on your way Switch is fantastic. You launch the product at the end of it and then is there Is this like an ever green thing that now exists for you or do you do live launches throughout the year? To do another push for more people? how like how is that structured. The sofa
It has banned, LIVE launches every single time, because, again, just started in November. Have no idea had even create evergreen back that yeah. I'm working on Evergreen now, but I mean really, I just in it has it was so successful a man sense to do it again and then do it again and do it get. So I'm ban, I run. Probably find. The challenges now since I first launched when someone is buying the product they get to own it forever or their buying at it like for a certain amount of time, and then it they would have to like ree up. I guess they wherever how'd, you great, so you're just doing new launches too fine, then new customers yeah, I want sure too, and just in case our language isn't something that everybody listening understands when we say
for green products, a product that, in it can honestly run itself its automated it's not something that John would ever have to touch again or build again. And every launches something that fully runs itself verses, Align, launch where she's Thirdly, you know: hey everyone we're gonna do this thing was organised together and she's in real time, interacting without launch and her fans, and they both have great plan says, and minuses interact, actually justice into a really good podcast YA, wanna, give it Listen, I'm Amy Porter felt has a really great podcast about the was in cons of evergreen product verses, alive, launch that I thought was super interesting if you're in this field so as you you move forward into the future of your business. Are you a one man ban? Do you have a team and does scaling look like for you.
Yeah, so moving forward. I have, I have a small team right now, so I do have some and helping with customer service. I have someone running social media. So I have another social media cards page for them, so any method. So she does all that. Post. She does ideas for that. An and she's running, both my facebook groups so a huge help and then and then I have someone else. That's helping your facebook adds as well How big a part I mean, I like you say that and I'm just like lose podcast moment in just one ass, like from one business owner to another, like how big a part of your business, and the growth potential Dc. Do Facebook adds plan to that I feel, like you, run in a circle of online marketers who are like all killing a baseball, gags men. It out,
Spirit shown gifting I mean even like using different. Company is in sharp edges, hasn't been something that I feel it has been a super effective use of we're finances which says to me: I'm we're not doing it right right you know I am still in the early stages of, testing. So I was I can't say, I've used it as stories. Why perhaps were I challenge, and I did get four thousand war opt in gray. Losing and I think because I'm so active on social media using as a story and really added benefit. My facebook adds dead gosh. So real, so are you well, I would also thank you. This is something to four lessons to understand that demographic on every platform is so different, said the fur thing that matters most. If you are trying to market a product or service using Social is gotta know where your ideal customer hangs out
so for a lifestyle brand or lifestyle visual like you, would find for me, or even for you, I'm like fitness is such a big. You're Instagram its space to be an face, I would tend to be older crowd it they just tend to receive information. I totally different ways what's important, that you know where your people are. Yeah. I think that's really important to know each platform is different. You to visit a friend, facebooks different instagram, separate there I'll. Just? U have to speak to each of them very much and you have a unless I'm making this up. In my mind, I feel like I've. I think when you were doing less challenge, I clicked on my cash out or something just because I was like what is this other thing where people are like picking up a piece of paper with them? Now, first, I don't even know it that I have not even remembering era, probably bunny down MAX. I wanted out like this is insane and I would fall over and die if I tried to do this, but you
it seems to me that you are like a global audience it's not Jesse a domestic audiences that accurate yet made my programme is global and I think that such a rad idea for you because your creating a product, I'm assuming based somewhat the visual is, is it? Is it universal language like a kitten? Even if you didn't speak English could be helpful to you. You know, I think, that's hard. I I'm such a peak in terms of explaining everything very explicitly so that people can understand so we know that people in other countries in hand it fully use ed. I just know that I have people all over the world using it. So it's it's theory measure I had my pro and professionally shot so that I made threat looked very nice and people could see the exercise. Is it very well certain passively people who cannot understand me are using it
there are no subtitles on it. Unfortunately, and then I have also had Duffy There's asked me to play subtitles yeah, so I may not be so great yeah. I love? I mean I love the the space and the season that your end of a minute, absolutely when you're in business can feel super overwhelming, but just listening to the audience to kind of guide what you're next steps are, and I think it s you're already listening to the audience to kind of guy what your next steps are- and I think Any success. I've had an business is because we listened to what the tribe asks us for and we create it so it's gonna, be super exciting See where it goes from here and it's so fund a watch you along the way, I need to actually start doing the exercises that you show off instead of just like liking, which browser you're wearing that bad
you navigate all of these like big, you know, tat, hundreds and seasons and everything that's in front of you. What are the resources that you are reaching for? Like books are podcast or Youtube, videos like how are you arming yourself? The knowledge that you need to get to the next. I would say the main thing is really surrounding myself around the people that I want to learn from. So I'm going to events I'm I'm just asking I'm going to hang out with friends and enforce enough to be around people. That are either in similar. Businesses are moving towards that way and in its been absolutely amazing, so that spend my biggest tool, that I've used. Is that only just the people that are surrounding me and, I think also, a really good thing for people to remember, is always afraid of reach out granted. The people might,
the programmes that they might suggest for you to take, which is fine and fast reaching out and just connecting and then seeing where support goes back and forth could be really powerful. Aren't you a conference person? Do you like a purse growth conference- I do I love going to conferences. I haven't been able to go to many right now right now, I've honestly been taking or physical therapy always a boss, Isabel, thereby and business. I would say I'm I love going to events or comfort, says or anything in just learning and speaking with deeper. What is, what are you most excited about in the next twelve months? Fear business. I am really excited to just continue to learn more indict more into true online marketing. Getting things set up like to go for ever green using ads and getting analytics about. Those are most effective unkind of running two quite different ways for that, and then
continuing to dive in and ask people what they once than it continued to get give them what they want them so. Every single episode of the podcast asked the same five questions at the end and it just because I am a weirdo who wants another thing about other women in business and ask them to you, which is the first one. What time you wake up in the morning. You know lately I've been raging either before sex around sex What is your morning routine? Look like the bricklayer work, first thing in the morning, why those and I have been working out super early in the morning separately, but early and then diving right into either typically like organizing clean up a little bit. It just shows nicer to get two things. Everything's, gonna clean and organise, and then I went to whether that's my emails or writing or, and then Canada.
My taking go anywhere historic year, aghast at the appointed day in a meeting someone called the kind of going everywhere and then are you a coffee drinker and if so, what's your coffee order I am sorry if I make a home he had a little bit of that he's a let not pad in it. That's all chocolate and free daily life? And I, and then, if I go out somewhere, that cocoanut, not latte, nice What is the one item? You cannot travel without. Headphone oh are you know it's everyone's answer now. Experience like I don't want to deal with. The wireless Edward Well, It's a great one for you. What's your favorite work out and how often do you do it? Only favorite worked out
sounds rather so many because I'll get bored. If I don't, I guess my go to it. The hit work out because it did make it. I get really sweaty and I so really good after doing it at such times, so that would be may go to. What is the thing that, if you could tell listeners one piece of truth, I'm your life one piece of advice that they would absolutely take and adapt right now today for ever and ever was the one thing you would tell them. Oh I'd, be yourself one hundred percent, not what you think that you're supposed to look like an outward you, you know their people's values and look like that. One hundred percent show up yourself and be consistent in whatever it is. Eight were bringing people. I love that
Thank you so much for hanging out with us today. Thank you for being an inspiration to me on social and carrying a bow. Our bodies and our movement and what we are bringing in what were like leaving behind. But I know about Kelly because Kelly was on the pot gas, which I remember him saying on the pod cast. You had recommended that she'd get on that and he learned TAT Interview was so I openings Land then I bought her book and then I met with her and it completely changed my body it completely. Hence my energy level adopted like food habits, which I would never have you know a year and a half ago. What could not even believe that I eat the way that I do today, so I note like just in case you're, not hearing enough of the like you carrying enough that the world here. Her message is what
Is it possible for me to change my energy level where look the way, I feel so. Thank you so much for your intention and the care that you're bringing to like what we consume and how we move and wanted on now, like your bandwagon and know how to pick up a piece of paper with my mouth or whatever so seriously, though, I super appreciate the work they are doing an account way. I can't even believe that you scale to this place in such a short amount of time. I think you're gonna blow all of our minds a year from now on, be my colleague crap. What what did she just build self congratulation scene, you. I really appreciate having me on being able to semi methods. We will be back
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