Pam Moore interviews Marley Blonsky, the co-founder of All Bodies on Bikes. Marley shares how she got into cycling, how All Bodies on Bikes came into existence, why the word “fat” shouldn’t be taboo, her journey to body acceptance, what it means to embrace body neutrality, and so much more.
Guest Bio Taneika 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 … Continue reading Real Fit Podcast Ep. 42| Taneika Duhaney, gravel cyclist, runner, and mother of two: Managing autoimmune disorder—“give yourself grace and give yourself time”
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 … Continue reading Real Fit Podcast Ep. 41| Rabbi Jessica Marshall: “I’m just so much happier when I’m living in my heart”
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
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.”