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In this solo episode you'll hear...How I found intuitive eating (or maybe how it found me when I needed it)What intuitive eating is and isn'tMy short answer to the question "What is intuitive eating?"How other intuitive eating professionals answer the question "What is intuitive eating?"The ten principles of intuitive eating💌 Sign up for my newsletter and get my FREE printable guide, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your Body💖 Ready to heal your relationship with food, exercise, and your body?I can help. Click here to learn more.✍️ Want to know my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.Let's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
Marley Blonsky is a speaker, writer, advocate, influencer, and self-described fat adventure cyclist, and as the co-founder of All Bodies on Bikes, she’s on a mission to make the sport of cycling more inclusive for people of all sizes and shapes.In addition to her advocacy work, Marley also rides for Cannondale, Pearl Izumi, Shimano, Ride With GPS, Chamois Butt'r, and Kuat Racks. She loves gravel and cyclocross racing despite coming in last in every single race she’s done and she’s also an avid bikepacker. Connect with MarleyAll Bodies on Bikes film FacebookInstagramTwitterIn this episode, we discuss… Why Marley describes herself as fat Why she didn’t wear shorts for years Her journey to body acceptanceHow she got into cycling Making friends at stop lights The joy of bikepackingHow to poop in the woods Why paper maps are the best Getting food poisoning on a bikepacking tripThe story behind All Bodies on Bikes Marley’s thoughts on the bike industry’s efforts toward inclusivityLeaving the corporate grind to pursue a dreamWhy she feels successful in cyclocross racing — despite consistently finishing lastTricks for combatting inertia to get out the door and ride Coping with depression What her training looks like Dealing with internet trolls Embracing body neutrality Marley’s database where companies can connect with outdoor apparel and gear testers of all sizes 💌 Sign up for my newsletter and get my FREE printable guide, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your Body💖 Ready to heal your relationship with food, exercise, and your body? I can help. Click here to learn more.✍️ Want to know my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.Let's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
Guest BioTaneika is a gravel cyclist, runner, mother of two, active-duty sailor, and freelance writer living with a medical condition called myasthenia gravis. She’s a member of the elite women's gravel team Velocio//Exploro. Committed to being the change she wants to see in outdoor spaces, Taneika toes the line at as many gravel races as she can and is creating a gravel scholarship to reduce the barrier to entry for female-identifying athletes of color. Connect with TaneikaWebsite: https://www.msadventurer1.com/Facebook: Taneika DuhaneyTwitter: @msadventurer1Instagram: @msadventurer1LinkedIn: Taneika DuhaneyIn this episode, we talked about…Gifting herself a Peloton bike  Being diagnosed with PCOS and endometriosis Getting the myasthenia gravis diagnosis and how she’s managed to thrive in spite of itWhy her parents didn’t allow her to participate in sports as a kidGrieving the loss of her pre-diagnosis self   Finishing the Marine Corps Marathon after receiving the myasthenia gravis diagnosisTransitioning from road to gravel Working with an occupational therapist to ride sustainablyShowing up as the only female Black cyclist at her first gravel race What it means for communities and businesses to truly embrace diversity and inclusion What giving herself grace looks like Redefining success For full episode details CLICK HERELinks/ResourcesVelocio Exploro gravel cycling team  Getting it in Cyclists Fall Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington DCDirty Kitten Gravel raceUnbound Gravel raceReal Fit interview with Rona Kilmer Girls Gone Gravel Festival Birdie personal safety alarmSign up for my newsletter and get my FREE printable guide, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your BodyReady to heal your relationship with food, exercise, and your body? I can help. Click here to learn more. Want to know my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.Let's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
On this episode, Rabbi Jessica Kessler Marshall and I discussed all the good stuff — including her love of cycling and snacks, the power of nature, the importance of ritual, and what happens when she tunes into her heart. Jessica is a cyclist, a hiker, and a general lover of the outdoors. She’s also a rabbi with a passion for writing, creating, and helping others to inject rituals into their routines, which we are definitely going to talk about as it pertains not just to spirituality but to everyday life and sport. As a rabbi, she moved away from a traditional role in a synagogue to forge a different kind of path that pulls from a variety of traditions and really highlights her many gifts. (Which I LOVE!!) As a spiritual leader and coach, she guides participants into deeper connection with Spirit by moving beyond intellect or logic, to access soul-wisdom so their path lights up with ease, vitality, abundance, and JOY! Championing spiritual inclusivity via creative rituals, intentional reflections, mindfulness practices, and the wisdom of the natural world, Jessica guides with humor, authenticity, and Divine presence.This one is a must-listen for anyone who wants to create more joy and meaning in their life. Connect with JessicaWebsiteFacebook group Divine Winks FacebookInstagramYouTubePodcast- Sacred StoriesIn this episode, we talk about…Jessica’s relationship with food; why Weight Watchers was so attractive to her at a tumultuous time in her life and how she let go of food rules. The week-long Hazon cycling trip in Israel that was her intro to road bikingHer passion for open faced nut butter and jelly sandwichesThe bike ride she was on when she knew she had to quit her job and move to a different state. Leaving a dream position as a congregational rabbi to work for herself in a non-traditional role.   The one thing Jessica can rely on to supercharge the growth of her businessSetting boundaries as an entrepreneurWhy rituals matter and how anyone can imbue their life with more of them. For full episode details CLICK HERE Sign up for my newsletter and get a FREE GIFT, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your BodyReady to heal your relationship with food, exercise, and your body? I'm an intuitive eating coach and I can help. Click here to learn more. Want to know my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.Let's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriterInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
In this ten-minute Tuesday I'm bringing you my reflections on my experience riding my road bike up Mt. Evans (the highest paved road in North America!) and what that has to do with joyful movement. If you're not into riding you bike up mountains, that's totally fine and you should still listen —because joyful movement really isn't about the movement. It's about the attitude you bring to it and what you get out of it. Listen to learn more! Links/Resources My newsletter Are you ready to heal your relationship with food, exercise, and your body?  I offer 1:1 intuitive eating coaching. Learn more here. For full episode details, CLICK HEREHave a question you'd like me to answer on the podcast?Ask it right hereSign up for my newsletter and get a FREE GIFT, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your BodyLet's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriterInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
In episode 39 of the Real Fit podcast, I interview Maor Tiyouri, an Israeli professional runner who lives and trains right here in Boulder. (Fun fact: I used to work out at the same gym as her and she’s been on my list of people I wanted to interview since before I even launched the Real Fit podcast.)A two-time Olympic marathon runner, she represented Israel in Rio in 2016 and in Tokyo in 2020, which were held in 2021 because of COVID. A three-time Israeli national champion, Maor won the 1500m and 5000m in 2013 and the 1500m in 2015. She also held an Israeli record in the 5000m. She’s competed in three World Athletic Championships in the half marathon in 2018 and 2020 and in the marathon in 2017.Right now, the Olympic runner is training to represent Israel once again in the marathon at the upcoming World Championships in Eugene on July 18th. A self-proclaimed coffee snob, Maor is coached by Stephen Jones and works part-time as a PR junior account manager at Verde Brand Communications.Connect with MaorInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/maor_tiyouri/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maor.tiyouri/Twitter: https://twitter.com/tiyouriReady to heal your relationship with food, exercise, and your body? I can help. Click here to learn more.Sign up for my newsletter and get a FREE GIFT, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your BodyWant my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.In this episode, we talk about…Maor’s love-hate relationship with pro runningWhy she decided to work with an agentGetting COVID right before her Tokyo qualifying marathonConstantly changing her PT plan as a result of many injuries  The silver lining of injuries and discovering new pursuits Discovering road cycling and doing a century — a 100-mile ride — on a borrowed bike without proper bike shoes and clipless pedals (!!!)Her relationship with foodWorking with a sports psychologistHow Maor avoids the comparison trapThe importance of process goalsInjury preventionThe importance of following her own pathThe most challenging thing she’s been throughThe moment she knew she’d go proWhy she came to the U.S. The difference between training among men and womenHer favorite Israeli foodLinks/ResourcesVerde Brand CommunicationsShantaram by Gregory David RobertsWord Championships in EugeneLet's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriterInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammooSupport the show
In this episode I'm talking about joyful movement- what it is, why it matters, and how to tell whether you're incorporating it into your life or not. Links/Resources My newsletter Are you ready to heal your relationship with food, exercise, and your body?  I offer 1:1 intuitive eating coaching. Learn more here. For full episode details, CLICK HEREHave a question you'd like me to answer on the podcast?Ask it right hereSign up for my newsletter and get a FREE GIFT, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your BodyLet's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriterInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
In  this episode,  I interview two-time Olympic Marathon Trials qualifier and author of “The Boy Behind the Door,” Emma Kertesz. She lives in Boulder, Colorado with her husband Noah Droddy and their two elderly rescue dogs. Emma is a self-proclaimed “serious hobbyist” who trains with Boulder Underground and is coached by Evan Schwartz and Matt Hensley. When she's not running, working, or recording her podcast, you can find her taking a three-hour nap every Saturday after the long run.In our interview, she shares how she went through the painful process of redefining her relationship with distance running — and her identity — when she stepped back from the sport. We also discuss her book, “The Boy Behind the Door,” the role intergenerational trauma played (and still plays) in her life, her bipolar diagnosis and what helps her manage it (including lots of discussion around ketamine therapy), what the media tends to get wrong about bipolar, her creative process as a writer and podcaster, her Native American heritage, and so much more. Real Fit is a women's fitness podcast, where you can hear deep, soulful (and funny) conversations between author, journalist, and intuitive eating coach Pam Moore and women athletes who inspire her. Find all the episodes of the Real Fit podcast here.Connect with EmmaIG: @em_kerteszTwitter: @em_kerteszTrigger warning: suicidal thoughts, alcoholism For full episode details, CLICK HEREHave a question you'd like me to answer on the podcast?Ask it right hereSign up for my newsletter and get a FREE GIFT, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your BodyWant to know my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.Let's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriterInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
Leah Jantzen is an elite triathlete, life coach, motivational speaker, and mom of four who calls herself “The Queen of No.” A hardworking athlete who works full-time while running a coaching business and raising kids, the only way she can get it all done is by being super clear on her priorities and setting boundaries like a total boss.Since she got started as an endurance athlete at the age of 42, she’s competed in the Boston Marathon multiple times and right now she’s gearing up to race at the IM World Championships in Kona this October. I LOVE the name of Leah’s coaching business, the Scrappy Athlete. When it comes to maximizing performance, her philosophy is, “You have to get scrappy.” And a big part of that is using your mental game to optimize your performance. Physical fitness is important, but it’s the self-limiting beliefs that can really hold you back if you’re not aware of them. Leah was, in fact, able to smash her own belief — that she wouldn’t get faster in her 40s. As a coach, Leah uses her expert mental conditioning skills to perform at the highest level and teaches others to maximize their mindset.Leah is a real expert on the mental aspect of training. She’s been a featured guest on TV segments for outlets and shows including NBC, CBS, Live from the Couch, Good Day Philadelphia, Insiders Health TV and Huffington Post Live. She’s also been a guest on over 50 radio shows and has hosted her own live weekly radio show. Connect with LeahWebsite: www.leahjantzen.comFacebook: facebook.com/thescrappyathleteTwitter: https://twitter.com/leahjantzen Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leahjantzen/LinkedIn: linkedin.com/leahjantzenFor full episode details CLICK HEREHave a question you'd like me to answer on the podcast?Ask it right hereSign up for my newsletter and get my FREE printable guide, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your BodyWant to know my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.Let's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
In honor of Real Fit's one-year anniversary, my husband, Dan, is asking me the questions this time! It's fun, you'll like it. We discuss...My extreme nearsightedness and how that may have (read: definitely) contributed to my inability ever catch a ball and why I hated sports as a kidWhat motivates my pathological competitivenessMy most memorable race experiencesHow intuitive eating changed my lifeHow I got into podcastingWhat I've learned from podcastingFor more details CLICK HERE Sign up for my newsletter and get my FREE printable guide, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your BodyWant to know my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.Let’s ConnectLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Are you tired of all the diet culture and hustle culture messages telling you you're not enough? Same. Want to help me spread the message that you are already enough? Become a Patreon supporter.Support the show
Coming to you this Mother's Day with something that has nothing to do with the usual themes  (ie women, sports, body image, enoughness). We'll return to our regularly scheduled program next time. For now, enjoy my reflections on motherhood this Mother's day. In a nutshell, this sh*t is hard. If you're right here with me and you agree that you need a whole hell of a lot more than brunch, a card and some flowers to acknowledge what a mindf*ck it is to be a parent, I see you.****This episode includes the word "mama" zero times. LinksLast year's Mother's Day bonus episode on mom rageHave a question you'd like me to answer on the podcast?Ask it right hereSign up for my newsletter and get my FREE printable guide, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your BodyWant to know my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.Let's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
TW: weight loss, dietingEver wondered what actually happens in a coaching session? This is your chance to find out. This episode features a little bit of interviewing and a lot of coaching with my fabulous friend Natalie Rotelli. She’s a biostatistician, athlete, mom, stepmom, and wife, who is crazy smart, incredibly driven, and funny as hell. In this episode, we take a deep dive into where some of her perfectionist tendencies come from and how she’s changed since realizing they were no longer serving her relationship with food, exercise, and her weight. We talk about where she’s feeling successful in navigating her intuitive eating journey and did some troubleshooting in the areas where she’s struggling. Connect with NatalieTwitter: https://twitter.com/therealrainnatLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-cheung-rotelli-a163a372/For full episode details CLICK HEREHave a question you'd like me to answer on the podcast?Ask it right hereSign up for my newsletter and get my FREE printable guide, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your BodyWant to know my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.Let's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
Rona Kilmer was a former Junior Olympics competitor and an aspiring basketball player, when as a young teenager, she experienced sexual assault and everything changed. She’d grown up identifying as an athlete. Now she was a party girl with a hard exterior. Over the ensuing years, she would navigate disordered eating and an unhealthy relationship with exercise, later diving into adventure racing and triathlon and rediscovering the joy of sport. Through therapy and hard work she was able to heal from her trauma. Today she is the co-founder of Reddiyo, a training platform for cyclists she launched during the pandemic. Connect with RonaWebsite: https://reddiyo.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/reddiyo/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goreddiyo/Reddiyo Twitter: https://twitter.com/reddiyoRona’s Twitter: http://twitter.com/rkunboxedLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ronakilmer/Get a FREE 30-day Reddiyo trial with the code RealFit30TW: sexual assault, dieting, weight lossFor full episode details CLICK HEREHave a question you'd like me to answer on the podcast?Ask it right hereSign up for my newsletter and get my FREE printable guide, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your BodyWant to know my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.Let's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
Have you ever wondered what would happen if you were face to face with a mountain lion in the middle of the night during an ultra-endurance bike race where you were poised to beat the entire field (including the men)? In this interview, professional ultra-endurance cyclist Lael Wilcox discusses this and sooo much more. Lael might be the toughest woman I’ve interviewed yet — and that’s saying a lot. The Alaska (and Tucson) based athlete’s many accolades include setting a women’s record in the 2015 Tour Divide, setting the fastest women’s time on the Baja Divide route in 2015, breaking the men’s record on that same course in 2017, winning the 4400 mile TransAm bike race, which has you cycling across the United States, beating everyone including the men, and becoming the 2nd woman to every complete Switzerland’s Navad 1000 bikepacking race- where she took second place. Lael doesn’t just compete in bikepacking events - she also helps other people enjoy them. In addition to organizing women’s bikepacking challenges, she is the founder of Anchorage GRIT, a middle school bicycle mentorship program for 7th grade girls in Anchorage, AK, and she also founded Lael Rides Alaska Scholarship. Plus, she’s a total ray of sunshine. If you need a dose of optimism you are going to find it in this interview. Connect with Laelwww.laelwilcox.comhttps://www.instagram.com/laelwilcox/?hl=enhttps://youtu.be/oHEN9WpVaycIn this episode, we talk about…How Lael finds the motivation for things she doesn’t necessarily enjoy (ie public speaking, mapping routes and social media) Why Lael has never had VO2 max testing, lactate threshold testing, or trained under the guidance of a coachHow she won the TransAm bikepacking race in 2017 Strategies for eating and sleeping during an ultraendurance race  What beginners need to know about bikepackingHow she handled a chance encounter with a mountain lion during a raceThe joy she takes in riding her bike and experiencing nature For full details CLICK HEREIf you want evidence-based insights on all things women's health and fitness, check out my friends at the Omnia Fit podcast Have a question you'd like me to answer on the podcast? Ask it right hereSign up for my newsletter and get my FREE printable guide, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your BodyWant to know my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.Let's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
Links/ResourcesThe recent newsletter I referenced Bell’s Palsy podcast episode Essay I wrote about Bell’s Palsy for LongreadsMore about the home birth of my second childAlison Rothman episode The Bar-Ilan University neuroscientist I referenced (Dr. Moshe Bar)My coach, Lela DavisonThe study that looked at how mental load might affect creativity/ expansive thinking CLICK HERE for more detailsHave a question you'd like me to answer on the podcast?Ask it right hereSign up for my newsletter and get my FREE printable guide, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your BodyWant to know my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.Let's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
Kathy Gilmour is an amateur triathlete who has been competing in the Athena category (and often finishing on the podium) since 2011 and the voice behind the blog “Diary of a Fathlete.” She has paddled around Key West three times, run both a 10k and a Half Marathon (in which she accidentally ran close to 16 miles), and competed in the Havana Triathlon.She’s been on the Base performance team since 2014 and her blog has been featured on Active.com. She has paddled all over the world, seeking adventure like numerous zip line tours, a 400-ft. gorge jump in Africa, and skydiving. If all of that isn’t bold enough, she also does stand up comedy. Connect with KathyWebsite: www.thegilmourgirl.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/kathygilmourgirlYouTube: Gilmour Girl: Diary of a Fathlete TW: abuse, dieting, weight For full episode details CLICK HEREIf you like this podcast, I have a feeling you’d love OmniaFit, too! Listen here.Have a question you'd like me to answer on the podcast?Ask it right hereSign up for my newsletter and get a FREE GIFT, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your BodyWant to know my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.Let's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
Lindsey Heiserman probably wears more hats than anyone you know. She’s a speaker, business and life coach, personal trainer, and accomplished adventure racer. For the last 15-plus years, her work has been a blend of movement and mindset. She holds a unique combination of education and skills—with an undergraduate degree in exercise science and a graduate degree in counseling and psychotherapy, as well as an additional life coaching certification, she’s uniquely qualified to help her clients navigate challenges both inside and, more importantly, outside of the gym. Although her many roles might sound unrelated, they all spring from the same place—Lindsey’s desire to help people feel better in their bodies, in their businesses, and in their lives. A lifelong athlete, Lindsey has completed over 100 obstacle course races,  including multiple 24-hour events. And while she’s always experienced joy with movement, like many of us, her motivation originally stemmed from the desire to lose weight. Lindsey’s clients say she’s “relentlessly positive and unabashedly real. She will challenge the way you think and inspire you to make moves in your life."Connect with LindseyWebsite: lindseyheiserman.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/lindseyheisermancoachingYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/lmh5801Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/LindseyHeiserman/_created/For full episode details CLICK HEREHave a question you'd like me to answer on the podcast?Ask it right hereSign up for my newsletter and get my FREE printable guide, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your BodyWant to know my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.Let's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
If there’s a podium placement, prize, or accolade to be had in the sport of triathlon, chances are, Jennifer Harrison has earned it. Jennifer has been coaching triathletes for more than 20 years and is the owner of JHC Triathlon Coaching. She holds multiple coaching certifications, including USAT, Training Peaks Level 2, and RRCA. She’s worked with all kinds of triathletes including first-timers, the University of Illinois Triathlon team, National Champions, and World Championship athletes. Her clients have competed in Ironman Hawaii, gone on to Division 1 university athletic programs, and earned the Olympic para-triathlete bronze medal in Rio in 2016.  She’s worked with thousands of athletes to help them navigate their training and prepare them to meet their full potential on race day. Over her own two-decade career as a multi sport athlete and more than 200 multisport races, she’s competed in the ITU Triathlon world championships, the Duathlon world championships, the Hawaii Ironman world championships, and the USAT Age Group Nationals Duathlon and Triathlon.Today, in addition to continuing to race and work directly with her coaching clients, she serves as a mentor for coaches who are starting their own businesses. Jennifer is also a huge supporter of local races and gives back to the community through initiatives like her coaching business’s pay it forward program through which she helps deserving athletes in need.Jennifer is a married mom of twins (who are now away at college). She continues to race triathlons in her free time.Connect with JenniferWebsite: www.msmjhccoaching.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/jenny.parkerharrison/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jhctriathlon/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxdDhzBdFToQG-uHoLYCvyALinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifer-harrison-361b709/For full episode details CLICK HEREHave a question you'd like me to answer on the podcast?Ask it right hereSign up for my newsletter and get my FREE printable guide, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your BodyWant to know my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.Let's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
As a coach, writer, and activist, Jena Schwartz believes that space and encouragement are powerful teaching tools, and that our creative and personal growth are inextricably tied to broader social issues. Jena’s writing prompts have helped writers of all genres strengthen their voices, and her own poetry and personal essays have been published widely. She graduated summa cum laude from Barnard College with a BA in Russian studies and holds an MFA in creative writing from Emerson College. Learn more about her work and get in touch: www.jenaschwartz.com.Connect with JenaWebsite: www.jenaschwartz.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/schwartzjenaInstagram: www.instagram.com/jenaschwartzYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1wjFtLQNah2MV1DkAypu1QTrigger warning: eating disordersFor full episode details CLICK HEREHave a question you'd like me to answer on the podcast?Ask it right hereSign up for my newsletter and get a FREE GIFT, a quick and dirty guide to beating Impostor Syndrome.Want to know my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.Let's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriter/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
In honor of Valentine's Day (can we just call this Valentine's Week???) I'm sharing a solo episode where I talk about how acting on intuition instead of fear led me to Colorado, where I met my husband a couple of weeks after I got here — at a bar, on Valentine's Day. Intuition is a theme that comes up over and over on this podcast and for good reason. It's powerful stuff. It's there and I believe it's ready to illuminate your path. Are you listening to it?Have a question you'd like me to answer on the podcast?Ask it right hereSign up for my newsletterand get my FREE printable guide, 11 Things You Can Do Right Now to Feel Better About Your BodyWant to know my secrets for getting published in top publications?They’re all in my e-book, 7 Pitches That Sold. Use the code realfit50 to get half off.Let's ConnectWebsite: https://pam-moore.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pammoorewriterInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/pammoore303/Twitter: https://twitter.com/PamMooreWriter/Support the show
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