Jenna Renee is an American fitness model. She has appeared on the pages of such famous publications as Sports Illustrated, Shape, Maxim, and Muscle & Fitness' Swimwear Special 2012.
Jenna Renee Webb was born in Ormond Beach, Florida on September 9, 1987, living in Jacksonville for many years before eventually making the jump across coasts to San Diego, California. Known primarily as a fitness model, she grw up the furthest thing from living the fitness lifestyle. This is not to say, however, that she did not keep in good shape, as up until around the 10th grade, her body's natural metabolism kept her at around 110 pounds. Unfortunately, as comes natural to most as they go through puberty, she shot from 110 to 135 pounds by the end of that year.
As insecurities can sometimes do, Jenna eventually developed an eating disorder in 2007 which nearly destroyed her. Jumping from a healthy weight all the way down to an extremely unhealthy 98 pounds by the following year, she was hospitalized and forced to reevaluate her life decisions. Not willing to gain the weight back, she decided instead to begin focusing on proper means of diet and exercise. Before long, she was lifting weights, eating six meals a day, and living an extremely healthy lifestyle. Through the tragedy of nearly starving herself to death, she was able to make the best of it and become one of the most prominent fitness models today.
Since her recovery and subsequent venture into the world of fitness, Jenna has made the most of a career of living healthy. She has appeared in numerous magazines such as Shape, Maximum Fitness, and even the ever popular Maxim. It seems there is nothing this beautiful model can't do. Living by the credo of "The truth is that our finest moments are most likely to occur when we are feeling deeply uncomfortable, unhappy, or unfulfilled. For it is only in such moments, propelled by our discomfort, that we are likely to step out of our ruts and start searching for different ways or truer answers," she has shown women around the world that it is never to late for a fresh, healthy start.