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figureFIT! Lifestyle Coaching Podcast with Liz Nierzwicki

Host Liz Nierzwicki interviews entrepreneurs, health coaches, best-selling authors, and other experts focusing on entrepreneurship, fitness, paleo nutrition, yoga, meditation, spirituality, stress management, and other ways to have a happy, peaceful, and abundant life.
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May 26, 2017

Where I've been ..

What I've bee doing.. and

Why . . .

May 26, 2017

Where I've been ..

What I've bee doing.. and

Why . . .

May 11, 2017

In this episode, global fitness expert and yoga guru Liz Nierzwicki interviews Dave Hunt the creator of the Crossrope jump system.

Tune in to learn how a man committed to working out, yet facing challenges as to HOW, found a way to create something new. This creation, led to what is now a system and a community of people committed to jumping for good health.

May 8, 2017

The more you can love NOW, the more you will start experiencing your life's true path unfold under your feet.

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May 4, 2017

Today's special guest is Rob Jacobs. Rob is a leader in the walking for health movement. Back in 1986, the former fitness instructor founded The Walking Center which pioneered the use of motorized treadmills to pace people, making walking an effective form of exercise.

Today, he is the co-founder of Unsit (https://www.unsit.com/) which is a company that created the first ever treadmill you can use under your standing desk at work.

His WALK-1 treadmill has even caught the attention of some celebrities such as former California first lady Maria Shriver, who is an ardent health advocate and former long-distance swimmer and Dancing With The Stars contestant, Diana Nyad.

During the interview, Rob and I discuss:

  • How moving while you work and think benefits your creativity by 60% and enhances your productivity
  • Why sitting too long has similar effects as smoking
  • Why walking is a great way to problem solve
May 4, 2017

Today's special guest is Rob Jacobs. Rob is a leader in the walking for health movement. Back in 1986, the former fitness instructor founded The Walking Center which pioneered the use of motorized treadmills to pace people, making walking an effective form of exercise.

Today, he is the co-founder of Unsit (https://www.unsit.com/) which is a company that created the first ever treadmill you can use under your standing desk at work.

His WALK-1 treadmill has even caught the attention of some celebrities such as former California first lady Maria Shriver, who is an ardent health advocate and former long-distance swimmer and Dancing With The Stars contestant, Diana Nyad.

During the interview, Rob and I discuss:

  • How moving while you work and think benefits your creativity by 60% and enhances your productivity
  • Why sitting too long has similar effects as smoking
  • Why walking is a great way to problem solve
May 4, 2017

Today's special guest is Rob Jacobs. Rob is a leader in the walking for health movement. Back in 1986, the former fitness instructor founded The Walking Center which pioneered the use of motorized treadmills to pace people, making walking an effective form of exercise.

Today, he is the co-founder of Unsit (https://www.unsit.com/) which is a company that created the first ever treadmill you can use under your standing desk at work.

His WALK-1 treadmill has even caught the attention of some celebrities such as former California first lady Maria Shriver, who is an ardent health advocate and former long-distance swimmer and Dancing With The Stars contestant, Diana Nyad.

During the interview, Rob and I discuss:

  • How moving while you work and think benefits your creativity by 60% and enhances your productivity
  • Why sitting too long has similar effects as smoking
  • Why walking is a great way to problem solve
May 4, 2017

Today's special guest is Rob Jacobs. Rob is a leader in the walking for health movement. Back in 1986, the former fitness instructor founded The Walking Center which pioneered the use of motorized treadmills to pace people, making walking an effective form of exercise.

Today, he is the co-founder of Unsit (https://www.unsit.com/) which is a company that created the first ever treadmill you can use under your standing desk at work.

His WALK-1 treadmill has even caught the attention of some celebrities such as former California first lady Maria Shriver, who is an ardent health advocate and former long-distance swimmer and Dancing With The Stars contestant, Diana Nyad.

During the interview, Rob and I discuss:

  • How moving while you work and think benefits your creativity by 60% and enhances your productivity
  • Why sitting too long has similar effects as smoking
  • Why walking is a great way to problem solve
May 4, 2017

Today's special guest is Rob Jacobs. Rob is a leader in the walking for health movement. Back in 1986, the former fitness instructor founded The Walking Center which pioneered the use of motorized treadmills to pace people, making walking an effective form of exercise.

Today, he is the co-founder of Unsit (https://www.unsit.com/) which is a company that created the first ever treadmill you can use under your standing desk at work.

His WALK-1 treadmill has even caught the attention of some celebrities such as former California first lady Maria Shriver, who is an ardent health advocate and former long-distance swimmer and Dancing With The Stars contestant, Diana Nyad.

During the interview, Rob and I discuss:

  • How moving while you work and think benefits your creativity by 60% and enhances your productivity
  • Why sitting too long has similar effects as smoking
  • Why walking is a great way to problem solve
May 1, 2017

Your elevation requires clarity around your feelings, attachments, and stories.

Here's an exercise to help you. 

Let's dive in . . .

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