Guest bio Bobbe Greenberg is the real deal. She learned to swim in her 50’s and now at 74, she’s completed 14 full Ironman triathlons, over 30 half-Ironmans, as well as countless other running and swimming races. This fall, she’ll be competing in the Hawaii Ironman World Championships for the eighth time. This time, she’ll … Continue reading 7| Bobbe Greenberg: 74-year-old Ironman Legend
If you’re trying to raise kids with good body image- despite the fact that you still don’t have all your sh*t figured out- this is a must listen. (Also, if you’re forcing your kids to master martial arts, you might be on to something!) **Trigger warning: eating disorders** Guest bioSarah Johnson is the Association Director … Continue reading 6| Sarah Johnson: Fitness is for Every Body
You're a total badass. And you have a big idea or a crazy goal. You're so pumped!!! And then you start thinking about how you're going to make it happen. It's overwhelming. It's scary. It's complicated. You start telling yourself maybe it wasn't such a good idea in the first place... or you keep thinking … Continue reading Ten-Minute Tuesday: Instead of asking, “What if I fail?” try this question instead.
Guest bioDr. Jenni Skyler is an AASECT (American Academy of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists) certified sex therapist and a licensed marriage and family therapist. She has been the Director of The Intimacy Institute for sex and relationship therapy for over almost 12 years. She holds a doctorate in Clinical Sexology and a Master of … Continue reading 5| Dr. Jenni Skyler: “I matter no matter what.”
Liz McDonough embodies positive energy and the ability to get things done—especially hard things. Born and raised in upstate New York’s breathtaking Adirondack mountains, her surroundings cultivated her love for the outdoors from a young age. After earning a bachelor’s in ceramic engineering and an MBA, she became certified in personal training, health coaching, TRX … Continue reading 4| Liz McDonough: letting go of perfection and feeling all the feelings (even the crappy ones)