With the New Year upon us and the pressure of resolutions, I’m excited to share today’s guest with you, my good friend Jill Coleman. In this episode we talk about developing emotional strength, self-trust, how to make moderation a lifestyle (it’s way less boring than it sounds!) and how to be #AntiFragile. It’s a great follow up to my conversation with Jessi Kneeland from last week. Love you, wild souls!
About Jill Coleman:
In addition to launching her personal brand at JillFit.com in 2010, Jill Coleman was a co-founder of Metabolic Effect, Inc. Her 16-year journey in the health and fitness industry began when she got her very first job at a gym just for the free membership at 15!
Since then, it’s a been a whirlwind of education in exercise science and nutrition, fitness competitions, landing several national covers for fitness modeling and plenty of business growth. Her work has been featured in SELF magazine, Family Circle, SHAPE, Women’s Health magazine, Prevention magazine and many online news outlets like Yahoo Health, LiveStrong.com and AOL’s That’s Fit.
Her passion lies in coaching in the areas of mindset, body and business, which she does via her flagship program, The Best Of You (BOY) Coaching Club mentorship, as well as a few signature online programs, like the Mindset Makeover, the Food Obsession Boot Camp and her 52-week exercise program, the Total Training Experience (TTE).
In this episode, Jill shares:
1. What it’s really like inside the fitness industry
2. The ins and outs of body shaming
3. How to make moderation a lifestyle
What You’ll Hear:
5:18 Finding emotional strength through self-trust
8:39 The truth behind the inside of the fitness industry
18:23 Different forms of body shaming + choosing your response
26:10 How to start feeling powerful in your body right now
31:17 Moderation and choosing function over form
39:17 #AntiFragile2016 + teaching self-trust
Click here to watch/listen or scroll upward to listen only:
Fitness, The Media, And Your Precious Body With Jessi Kneeland
An Electric Conversation About Romantic Partnership With Andy Drish
Jill’s blog post on body shaming
Presence by Amy Cuddy
The Charisma Myth by Oliva Fox Cabane
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How was this episode for you?
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