In our conversation, Michelle Steinke-Baumgard, founder of OneFitWidow.com and author of Healthy Healing: A Guide to Working Out Grief Using the Power of Exercise and Endorphins, talks about how her fitness routine literally saved her life after her husband, Mitch, a pilot, was killed in a plane crash in 2009.
Physical therapist Kevin McGuinness practices at Washington Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine in Washington, D.C., where he treats all orthopaedic conditions but especially enjoys working with athletes and weekend warriors of all ages and abilities. In our conversation, Kevin talks about finding ways to exercise even if you face obstacles related to injury, disease, age, or even interest and ability, and tips on how to “listen to your body.”
I'm a person who knows a lot about a lot of things but sometimes I forget how little I know about some other things.
Gini Fellows, 71, completed the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaiʻi, just six weeks after the death of her husband, Bill Fellows. In this episode, Gini tells me about the race and how training and competing in races are helping her through her grief.
My epic day at Wanderlust 108 in Philadelphia on September 30, 2017, MC’d 58:45by Matthew Rodrigues. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to run 3 miles? Or take an outdoor group yoga or meditation class? The lineup in Philly was amazing, featuring Chelsey Korus leading the massive group yoga class, Noah Levine setting an intention for the run and during his guided meditation, and DJ Drez providing music throughout. Join me and my friend Elissa Borzilleri and her daughter Ellie as we soaked up the good energy of the day. You’ll also hear from Sean Hoess, one of the founders and co-owners of Wanderlust 108, the world’s first triathlon of the mind, body, and spirit.
Don't you love podcasts? Me too! Soon you can tune in here for lively conversations featuring tips and inspiration from smart and interesting people about all things fitness and wellness, including running, yoga, nutrition, and meditation. I’m Carolee Walker, a writer living in Washington, D.C., and the author of This Is My Brain on Endorphins, publishing in February 2018. If you have a question about fitness or nutrition or have a topic you're curious about, contact me and I'll reach out to an expert and get the conversation started.
It’s a hill, get over it!! We can do this!