About Jennifer Conroyd

Jennifer Conroyd is the founder of Fluid Running, a deep water exercise program. She is an avid athlete, Boston Marathoner and Ironman. Jennifer discovered the benefits of deep water running when she sustained an injury while training for the Chicago Marathon. She, along with all her siblings, were running as a team to raise money for The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Jennifer’s nephew was diagnosed with the disease at a very young age.

Due to her injury, she could no longer train by running on the road, so she took to the pool and ran solely in deep water for the six weeks leading up to the marathon. She not only finished the marathon but qualified for the Boston Marathon.  

Amazed by her successful finish, she created Fluid Running in 2011 with the goal of helping other injured runners. Fluid Running was voted as one of the Top 20 Best Workouts in America by Men’s Journal.  She quickly learned that it could help anyone, especially those with injuries, seeking a challenging workout without the pain often associated with land-based exercise.

Jennifer is a graduate of Miami University, an A.C.E. certified personal trainer, a USA Track and Field certified coach and has her Exercise Is Medicine credential. She has worked individually with hundreds of clients helping them reach their fitness and competitive goals.  Many of these clients are referred to her by doctors and physical therapists. She has dedicated the past 8 years of her life to educating others and spreading the word about the benefits of deep water running.

Watch the full story behind Fluid Running.