Real Fit Podcast Ep. 40| Ten-minute Tuesday: Joyful movement: It’s not about the movement

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 … Continue reading Real Fit Podcast Ep. 40| Ten-minute Tuesday: Joyful movement: It’s not about the movement

Real Fit Podcast Ep. 39 | Maor Tiyouri, Israeli Olympic runner on resilience, confidence, and trusting yourself

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 … Continue reading Real Fit Podcast Ep. 39 | Maor Tiyouri, Israeli Olympic runner on resilience, confidence, and trusting yourself

Real Fit Podcast ep. 38| What is joyful movement and why it matters

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.  Have a question you'd like me … Continue reading Real Fit Podcast ep. 38| What is joyful movement and why it matters

Real Fit Podcast Ep. 37 | Emma Kertesz, sub-elite distance runner, podcaster, and writer: “I can be anyone I want to be.”

In Episode 37 of the Real Fit podcast, 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 … Continue reading Real Fit Podcast Ep. 37 | Emma Kertesz, sub-elite distance runner, podcaster, and writer: “I can be anyone I want to be.”

36| Leah Jantzen, Ironman triathlete, life coach, and mom of four: “Be bright, be bold and be brave.”

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 … Continue reading 36| Leah Jantzen, Ironman triathlete, life coach, and mom of four: “Be bright, be bold and be brave.”