Jutta Leerdam Gives Us a Training Update!

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Tex Hollywood - July 2, 2024

Jutta Leerdam, the long distance girlfriend of influencer boxer Jake Paul is back home and doing her training for the upcoming season.

Jutta is a record breaking Olympian who is top of her sport and is currently working towards winning all the gold medals at the 2026 Olympics, she just has a season or two to go first.

She has been in Puerto Rico the last few months because that's where her man is, but luckily for her, he's an athlete in his own right and spends his day working with top conditioning experts to achieve the greatness he sets out to achieve, even if a lot of people think he's a joke.

He may have inspired Jutta to break free from her nation team's training program to do her own, because with her brand deals and her man's support, she can probably buy better trainers than she is provided.

She posted this statement, along with some fitness / training content that reads:

Thought it’d be nice to give an update on my skating career. As you know I decided to go solo this year, a decision that turned the past few months into a tunnel vision, focus on improvement and being a better athlete in every aspect everyday.

I received so many sweet messages, so here’s the update! I started working with my coach Kosta Poltavets again. Back to where I come from. The trainings are hard and challenging but that’s what my body needs. Half of the time I train with an international team named Novus. A great diverse team with a lot of staff members that I trust and believe in from the time I had my own skating team.

Then… there’s some big news! I’m so happy to announce that KaFra Housing is my first and new launching partner. I truly appreciate them for their trust and commitment in this early stage.

Their way of thinking connected perfectly with mine, which has always been extremely important to me: to feel what brand fits with me and aligns with my way of thinking. To be continued

Just a reminder. Choosing the different route is challenging and change might be scary sometimes.. Just remember sometimes it’s needed to get to a better level than ever.

This is how you level up, believe in yourself and here she is training hard.

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