Figuring out who you want to be on the other side of menopause with Selene Yeager
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by Pam Moore
8M ago
Episode #60 // Eating disorder recovery, thriving in menopause, navigating perimenopause,  fueling for power and performance without restriction CW: Eating disorder If you have questions about perimenopause, menopause, or how you can eat what you want without adhering to any rules and still perform well as an athlete, do not go anywhere, this episode was MADE for you. Today I have Selene Yeager, the host of the Hit Play Not Pause podcast, content manager at Feisty Menopause, and best-selling professional health and fitness writer, including the co-author of ROAR and Next Level with Dr ..read more
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Intuitive Eating Principle 1: Reject the Diet Mentality (Part 3)
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by Pam Moore
8M ago
Episode #59 // Covering the first principle of Intuitive Eating: Reject the Diet Mentality, part 3- the importance of curiosity I'm back with a solo episode on intuitive eating, discussing the first principle: Reject the Diet Mentality. (Quick backstory if you're new here: Intuitive Eating is a practice Evelyn Tribole and Eileen Resch originally presented in the 90's in the book Intuitive Eating, is now in its 4th edition.) This is actually the third in a three-part series on the first principle of Intuitive Eating (the first two as well as an episode where I go over all the basics of IE are ..read more
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The life-saving magic of embodiment with Alison Rothman
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by Pam Moore / Alison Rothman
9M ago
Episode #58 // Alison Rothman, Body-Centered Holistic Empowerment Coach and yoga practitioner // How can we use what's already inside of us to heal from trauma and cultivate resilience? TW: trauma, gun violence, eating disorders, addiction  I’m so excited to bring you a conversation with Body-Centered Holistic Empowerment Coach and yoga practitioner Alison Rothman.  Alison is a fellow Boulderite and podcaster- her show is called Embodied and Awake, and she’s also the mom of a teenage boy.  Through healing from her her experiences with trauma, addiction, and an eating disorder ..read more
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How self-compassion can unleash your speediest, strongest athletic performance (and improve your mental health) with Erin Ayala
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by Pam Moore / Erin Ayala
10M ago
Episode #57 // Erin Ayala, cyclist and sports psychologist // How do the stories we tell ourselves impact our self-image, our performance, and even the enjoyment we derive from sport? And what if those stories aren’t serving us? How can we change them?  Licensed sport psychologist, certified mental performance consultant, researcher, and elite cyclist Erin Ayala and I explore these questions and so much more in this week’s episode of Real Fit.  Erin also shares the surprising comment from an ex that sparked her leap into endurance sports, her experience competing in triathlons in the ..read more
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Sara Gross on the intersection between diet culture and sport | Ep. 56
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by Pam Moore / Sara Gross
10M ago
Growing up, Sara Gross was one of the strongest, fastest, kids in her class. So she didn’t understand why she only saw women playing sports on TV once every four years, at the Olympics. Today, she’s a retired professional triathlete and the CEO and Founder of Feisty Media, a company she created in 2017 with the goal of creating an empowering culture for all active women. Feisty Media approaches change-making in a multi-disciplinary way, using four pillars of performance: Physiology, Nutrition, Mental Health and Culture. After defending her PhD in Women’s History in 2008, Sara competed as a pro ..read more
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Ditching dieting to embrace authentic, wholehearted living with Kim Basler | ep. 55
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by Pam Moore / Kim Basler
11M ago
TW: Suicidal thoughts  How do you let go of restrictive dieting and a lifetime of people pleasing to ultimately embrace intuitive eating and start living a life that honors your true needs, desires, values?  Food freedom & mindset coach, author, speaker, and award-winning fitness professional Kim Basler takes a deep, vulnerable, insight-filled dive into that question in this episode. Kim is a flipped her professional and personal life upside down when she admitted that dieting and perfectionism were destroying her mental and physical health.  I suggest preparing to be inspir ..read more
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Christine Yu, author of Up to Speed: The Groundbreaking Science of Women Athletes | Ep. 53
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by Christine Yu / Pam Moore
1y ago
Christine Yu is an award-winning journalist whose work focuses on the intersection of sports science and women athletes. Her writing has appeared in Outside, The Washington Post, Runner’s World, and other publications. She’s a lifelong athlete and yoga teacher who loves running, surfing, and skiing. She lives in Brooklyn, New York. Her new book, Up to Speed: The Groundbreaking Science of Women Athletes, masterfully blends narrative and science to explain what we know about female athletic performance, why women have historically been left out of the research, why it matters, and what it would ..read more
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Jill Merkel, Anti-Diet Dietician and Runner: On uncoupling weight and health | ep. 52
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by Pam Moore
1y ago
Jill Merkel is an anti-diet, weight-inclusive Registered Dietitian specializing in disordered eating, Intuitive Eating, and sports nutrition. She’s  been in private practice since January 2017 helping women find freedom from diet rules and restriction and helping athletes and active individuals fuel their bodies without obsession. The team dietitian for the NFL Tennessee Titans for 5 seasons (2017-2021), she previously worked for several colleges, serving their student athletes. In Jill’s free time, you’ll find her reading, running, or traveling. Her goal is to run a race in all 50 states ..read more
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