NuStart by Dr. Jamie Lindsay announces that they have added three new lifestyle coaches to their staff.
“The addition of the three coaches was necessary to meet the growing demand for our weight loss clinics in Marion and Wabash,” said Dr. Lindsay. “They are all very passionate about helping move patients towards better health and we are pleased to have them on our team.”
The new coaches are Christa Schuler, Angi Wolgemuth and Erica Cordes.
Christa serves as Dr. Lindsay's assistant and as a wellness coach. She enjoyed physical activity in various sports and dance since childhood. She went on to play varsity volleyball at Manchester University where she was awarded First Team All-Conference. Christa earned a Master of Science in Athletic Training degree at Ohio University in 2012 and a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Athletic Training at Manchester University in 2011. She also maintains the following certifications: Board Certified Athletic Trainer, IW-Wellness Coach, and American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED. In 2012, she joined the NuStart team. As a wellness coach Christa is committed to developing and implementing effective lifestyle strategies with her patients. She takes pride in balancing candor with care to help her patients move towards better health.
Angi serves as a lifestyle coach. She believes that a multifaceted approach is the best method to effecting positive change in a person’s health. Believing in our diverse team of healthcare professionals, Angi compliments this with her training in exercise physiology. She completed her Masters at the University of Pittsburgh with a focus in human performance and research. Her undergraduate degree in exercise science was completed during her time at Indiana Wesleyan University while she competed as a nationally ranked athlete in cross-country and track and field. She draws from her experiences in personal fitness and coaching to come alongside individuals to encourage, educate, equip, and empower them to accomplish their goals!
Erica Cordes has always been active and has turned her attention toward better health through nutrition. She became a competitive distance runner while growing up in the hills of New Hampshire. She continued her running career at the University of Wisconsin where she competed at the national level. She won several Big Ten Conference Titles in Cross Country and Track as well as a Division I National Championship in Cross Country in 1999. She also competed at the track and field Olympic Trials in 2000. Erica Graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 2002 with a degree in Social work and a concentration in Child Welfare. She is certified as a Spin Instructor and also in First Aid/CPR/AED. Erica and her husband are raising 6 children and operate a commercial blackberry farm located in Roann, IN. As a lifestyle coach, Erica is inspired to educate others to assist them in living a healthier and happier life.