Jay Cardiello is an industry-leading Health and Fitness Expert, respected in both the fitness and medical communities. Jay uses his extensive knowledge of nutritional science, exercise medicine and empathetic, motivational listening to accomplish a single goal – To improve the “quality-time ” of your life – in a way that is fun and achievable – one step at a time…
Jay co-starred in ABC television show “My Diet is Better than Yours,” and will be speaking at TEDx Worthington in March of this year.
Jay Cardiello is one of the most sought after and recognized health and wellness professionals in the world. He is also a Strength and Conditioning specialist to celebrities and professional athletes, television and radio personalities, a regular contributor to leading media outlets, a published author, and a strategic advisor to global brands.
Jay’s Bio includes a number of notable clients with whom he works with. He has worked with Jennifer Lopez, Kate Beckinsale Ryan Seacrest, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Sofia Vergara, Julianne Hough, Kevin Love, Dakota Johnson and teams in the MLB and NFL. He is the former Fitness Editor at Large for Shape, a regular contributor to the Huffington Post, Men’s Fitness, Eat This Not That, Men’s Health, OK! And People magazines, and a member of the Advisory Board for Dr. Oz’s ShareCare.
Cardiello is the co-founder of “Off the Scale,” a healthcare intervention program to help slow, stop and reverse the progression of chronic illnesses and diseases associated with obesity. He is also the founder of JCORE, which offers his multi-faceted wellness program, hailed as “one of the hottest at-home celeb workouts” by US Weekly and the “Workout Taking Over Wall Street” by Bloomberg TV.
Cardiello is the author of Cardio Core 4 x 4 (Rodale 2012). Jay was named the #1 Motivator in Health and Wellness by Shape in 2013 and ranked by Greatist.com along with Michelle Obama and Dr. Oz on a list of those who have made an impact on health and wellness worldwide.
Finally, Jay’s bio includes much philanthropy, as he works as a Committee Board Member to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, striving to win the battle against cancer. Jay resides in New York City with his son Max.
Jay graduated from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English in 1999.
Jay is also certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association, the International Sports Sciences Association and is an “Exercise is Medicine” Professional.