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

35 | Anniversary special | Pam Moore on the other side of the mic: “Shoulds are just limits”

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 kid What motivates my pathological competitiveness … Continue reading 35 | Anniversary special | Pam Moore on the other side of the mic: “Shoulds are just limits”

Ten-Minute Tuesday | On Making Room for those Crap-tastic Feelings

In this mini solo episode, I'm sharing about the importance of feeling your feelings (even, nay, especially the terrible ones) and how science shows that increased mental load limits creativity and expansive thinking so if you’re stressed and not in the mood to create or imagine new possibilities, that’s NORMAL and you're fine. Links/ResourcesThe recent … Continue reading Ten-Minute Tuesday | On Making Room for those Crap-tastic Feelings

31| Kathy Gilmour, the triathlete behind ‘Diary of a Fathlete’: “You have to do it one step at a freaking time.”

TW: abuse, dieting, weight 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 … Continue reading 31| Kathy Gilmour, the triathlete behind ‘Diary of a Fathlete’: “You have to do it one step at a freaking time.”