The Real Fit podcast features candid conversations with women athletes on topics including body image, enoughness, and so much more. In a world that's hell-bent on telling women we're not thin enough, fast enough, strong enough, or successful enough, I'm here to tell you you're already enough. My goal is to share stories that inspire … Continue reading Real Fit Podcast
Content warning: eating disorders, trauma If you need a huge dose of inspiration, this episode is for you. Our guest, ultra runner and gravel cyclist Hillary Allen, best known for her incredible comeback after the near-fatal accident she survived during an endurance race in Norway, is the definition of resilience. Hillary is a Boulder-based ultra-endurance … Continue reading Real Fit Podcast Ep 49: Hillary Allen, ultra-endurance athlete on recovering from trauma after a near-fatal accident: “I didn’t know who I was.”
I joined Sarah Bowen Shea and Amanda Loudin on the Another Mother Runner podcast starting at 11:29 to discuss: what intuitive eating encompasses my macro counting obsession and why I stopped what “food freedom” is—and how to achieve it how to balance the needs of training with intuitive eating how to recognize “the food police” … Continue reading Real Fit Podcast: Ep 48 | Intuitive Eating for Runners (Another Mother Runner podcast cross-feed)
In this episode of the Real Fit podcast, I dive into the first principle of intuitive eating: reject the diet mentality.
Jill Angie is a running coach who helps fat women start running, build body confidence, and embrace their inner athletes. She’s also the host of the Not Your Average Runner podcast and author of three books on running while fat. In this interview, Jill talks about why she started running in secret, what body acceptance … Continue reading Real Fit Podcast: Ep 46| Jill Angie, fat running coach and author: “I’m okay with people being wrong about me.”
Pam Moore interviews marathon swimmer Lori King, covering topics including eating disorder recovery, Guillain-Barre Syndrome, motherhood, training, performance anxiety, cold water acclimation, and more.