The School of Transformation with Bob Choat
About This Show
Today's successful people share their story of transformation and offer how-to tips so you can take action too. You'll get strategies on how to transform in health, work, life, mindset, fitness, relationships and personal growth. Every show will be filled with simple actionable tips that you can implement immediately into your life. Be ready to be transformed.
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Episode 20: Lori Corbin: Going From Shy to a Major Market TV Fitness Reporter
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Food Coach Lori Corbin is a nutrition and fitness reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News since 98. Lori has a Bachelor of Science degree in nutrition, along with certifications in personal training and group exercise. She is also a member of the American Council on Exercise and the American College of Sports Medicine. Lori once owned and operated a chain of exercise studios and a low-fat catering business. Her "Food Coach" program slimmed down notables like Tim Allen, Patricia Richardson, Billy Zane and a cast of soap stars. She also spent three years reporting on nutrition and fitness at KTVK in Phoenix, Arizona. Lori continues to teach nutrition and fitness through consulting, personal training and group exercise classes. Favorite Quote: "If you think it, it is." - Unknown Key Points: "The version of truth that we can see in life is your perception." - Lori Corbin - Lori was a shy girl when she was young. She was also the middle sibling. - Her father was the Attorney General of Arizona for 13 years. - Her mother was an entrepreneur who encouraged Lori to get into cheerleading when she was in middle school. Lori didn't participate in sports or fitness activities as her siblings had. - She excelled as a cheerleader as she progressed through the years, including in high school and at the University of Arizona. - Through cheerleading, she discovered her love in moving to music. - Later, her mom pushed her to do what she wants and was passionate about. - She created her own exercise classes in the Phoenix area. At that time, there were only regular old-fashioned gyms. So, by combining music with exercise, she helped get more people into fitness. - She had a huge following at a local country club, including politicians, for her exercise classes. - Later she would meet her husband. He was in the news business. This would help her later in her career. They moved to the Los Angeles area where Lori taught fitness classes and more. - Lori created a meal catering service for celebrities who needed to get into shape. This started when Billy Zane contacted her is she could help him get slim for a new role. - Her a