In this episode of The Half Size Me Podcast, interviews Tracy Reifkind, the author of The Swing!: Lose the Fat and Get Fit with This Revolutionary Kettlebell Program.
Tracy lost 120 pounds and she shares her views on weight loss, fitness, and loving yourself.
From Tracy’s Blog: “Overweight since childhood,I spent most of my 30’s tipping the scales around 250lbs. At age 41 I took charge of feeding myself by preparing all of my own meals, no more fast foods!
I created a way to use my love of cooking, food, and eating to permanently lose over 100lbs. During this time I discovered kettlebells and my own style of training The Kettlebell Swing, bringing out my inner athlete and erasing all signs of former lifelong obesity. It’s never too late, YOU CAN DO IT!”
You can find out more about Tracy at her blog, Tracy Reifkind’s Training Food and Thought!
In this episode, you’ll learn
— why Tracy chose the kettlebell as a way to lose weight
— how she has learned to love her body
— why she views her weight “maintenance” as “permanence”
— and much more!
Resources/Links mentioned in this episode:
- Quieting the lizard brain (post by Seth Godin)
- Screw the Resistance (post by Epic Weight Loss Journey)
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About The Half Size Me Podcast
Heather lost 170 pounds (108 of it since starting Weight Watchers 18-months ago) and she did it all while having 3 children (all of them c-sections), developing two hernias, and battling a life-long addiction to food. Since achieving her goal weight, Heather has made it her mission to help other women, especially moms, realize they’re worth it too.
So, join Heather every week for The Half Size Me Podcast where she shares information, inspiration, and interviews with women who’ve learned that weight loss isn’t just about losing pounds, it’s about finding yourself.
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