Lift Like a Girl – Nia Shanks
About This Show
Reach your health and fitness goals AND improve your life by becoming the most awesome version of yourself. Improving your health and building the body you want is NOT complicated. Discover the sane and simple way to get results, keep them long-term, AND how to enhance your overall life along the way.
Most Recent Episode
Lift Like A Girl – STRONG Woman Series: Disease and Injury Did NOT Stop Her
Oct 25 15
In this empowering episode Nia is joined by Amy Latawiec. Amy shares her incredible journey about breaking free from an unhealthy, sedentary life and became a competitive athlete. But the journey doesn’t end there – Amy shares her story about being diagnosed with a disease at the peak of her athleticism, and how she came out stronger because of it even after being told, “In two years you won’t be able to walk”. And her trials didn’t end there – she recently underwent surgery and is still recovering. Even dealing with disease and being in a brace from her ribs to knees, Amy is still living life to the fullest.
You’ll walk away from this amazing episode ready to tackle the battles life throws your way and determined to always be the best, strongest version of yourself.
You can find more from Amy on her website (http://amyannmetcalf.com/). For more by Nia and to join the Lift Like a Girl revolution, go to her website (http://www.niashanks.com/newsletter/) .
Rated 5 out of
I just finished listening to the Be Your Own (S)hero episode. This was one of the greatest podcasts I have listened to. Sarah's story is so very honest and inspiring. I love her explanation of the luck factor. We work hard for our success to be attributed to luck! I wrote down her three key things that have driven her life: Be yourself, have passion for what you do, and work hard. Thank you both for sharing yourselves!
Date published: 2015-09-11
Rated 5 out of
Useful information from great guest.
I really enjoy the show. It provides useful information not only training and nutrition but also mindset and well-being in general. Keep up the good work Nia!
Date published: 2015-04-05