I’m a contributor to AOL’s fitness blog That’s Fit. My goal when I write “over there” is to bring the “CrossFit, be a fire breather, eat like a cave person” philosophy to the That’s Fit readers… shake ‘em up a little bit and get them lifting, jumping, sleeping, and chowing down properly.
I was recently assigned a featured column: That’s Fit Success Stories. I’m excited about the opportunity to interview people who’ve changed their lives by moving their bodies and eating good food. I always pick up something helpful when I talk to other people about their habits.
Today’s Success Story turns the well-deserved spotlight on Erika Jeanne, one of the kindest, smartest, fittest women I know – and I’m fortunate to know a lot of kind, smart, fit women, so that’s really saying something.
Erika and I have enough in common that I feel 100% comfortable telling her the lame/ugly/snarky/funny things I think, and we diverge enough that her perspective keeps me on my toes and forces me to think in new ways. Love that!
Take a look at her Success Story. She’s got a lot of good advice on facing adversity, self-discipline, and taking control of our health.
Thank you, Erika, for being you and sharing yourself so honestly.
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