Apr 16, 2018
BeachBody may sound like the kind of program only the young, supermodel striving types should try. But the ease, affordability and workout-anywhere nature of the program actually make it an ideal choice for many unmillennials. Or at least that's what one fan of the show thinks. Today's show is her story.
In this episode I interview Julie Staley -- a talented entrepreneur, mom and newbie to the BeachBody workout program. While Julie isn't an official BeachBody coach and isn't trying to sell the program, she does believe in it and has had some exciting success with it. In this episode she shared with me:
To close out the show, I'm doing something a little different this week. I'm sharing a portion of another interview I taped with a listener of the show -- Pamela Hernandez. As a personal trainer and fellow unmillennial, Pamela has begun discussing with her clients the idea of embracing a "middle ground manifesto." Based in the notion that there IS middle ground between ninja warrior and couch potato, Pamela's middle ground manifesto is an ideal reminder that age 40+ is the perfect time to seize your health and happiness and realize that you're good enough, you deserve a healthy lifestyle, but you don't have to be perfect.
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