The Ridiculously Human Podcast
About This Show
Ridiculously Human is an original Podcast hosted by two South African buddies, Craig and Gareth. Both have fantastic faces for Podcasting 🙂
Each episode the hosts have conversations with guests who are recognised in their community as people who provide inspiration, motivation and hope. We explore their lives and background stories in fascinating and intriguing chats. We unpack how adversity or their sheer determination and mindset has been used to create a positive and meaningful impact in their and other people's lives. The themes of wellness, business, spirituality and fun are traversed to educate, inspire and stoke your curiosity.Read more »
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Ridiculously Human - Episode 037. We speak with Kelly Rennie, Founder of Busy Mum Fitness
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Busy Mum. Entrepreneur. International Fitness Model. Author. Pre and Post Natal Expert. Lady Leader. Writer. Cover Girl. Fitness Professional. Life Changer. Life is one notably complex journey, which we all go through. Our greatest lessons are often learnt from our toughest times. It’s hard to even imagine how single Mom’s cope with the huge pressures of everyday life, along with raising a family and finding some down time for themselves! Our guest this week, Kelly Rennie, is the Founder of Busy Mum Fitness. It’s a business she started 5 years ago, while learning to be a mum of two young girls herself. These days she has a thriving business with big goals to help 10,000 Mum’s live happier and healthier lives. Kelly grew up in Christchurch, New Zealand, with her twin, as part of a Seventh Day Adventist family. Their household revolved more around religion than anything else. She always enjoyed playing sport and the social element, which generally involved a lot of drinking. When she was 20 years old, she had gained 20 kgs of extra weight and was diagnosed with anxiety and depression. She moved to London when she was 21 on an overseas experience. It was also where she developed a condition called Agoraphobia, which is the extreme or irrational fear of crowded or confined public spaces. A combination of a book she read, together with meeting her boyfriend, ultimately led her to changing her lifestyle and turning her health around. She also entered her first bodybuilding competitions which was the beginning of her notoriety as an international fitness model. Back in New Zealand, while juggling her two kids, was when ‘Busy Mum Fitness’ was established. Kelly hired a business coach, bought the domain name and then within a matter of weeks was selling online coaching programs. She now lives on the Gold Coast, as a single Mum and gets to spend a lot of her time outdoors and near the beach. Exactly how she has always envisioned and believed it looking. You definitely don’t need to be a single Mom to enjoy this Podcast as we discuss so many meaningful and significant topics. How to deal with anxiety and depression, creating vision boards, living in nature, managing fears, running a business, the importance of hiring a business coach, pre and postnatal advice, keeping things simple, alternative medicine and what it’s like to get a thank-you letter from Kate Middleton! We hope you enjoy this conversation as much as we did. Let’s find out what it means for Kelly Rennie, to be Ridiculously Human. Your fellow beings, Craig and Gareth SHOW NOTES Background, Context & Reference Connect with Kelly Rennie: Website | YouTube | Instagram | FaceBook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Bodybuilding.com Profile | Kelly’s books: The Fit Mummy Manual and Busy Mum Syndrome Other relevant points discussed and mentioned: Silkwood School Vision Board Scotland Fitness Expo (SFN) Seventh Day Adventist Book - ‘Self Help for your Nerves’ by Dr Claire Weekes Hedge Fund Agoraphobia Mineral Deficiencies Bodybuilding.com My Protein Kate Middleton - thank you letter People Discussed Dr Claire Weekes Katie Bulmer-Cooke Betty Rocker Kate Middleton Places Mentioned Christchurch, New Zealand London, UK Sheffield, UK Gold Coast, Australia Music By The Bambuseae Rhythm Section - Check them out here Right Hook Request HOW CAN YOU SUPPORT THE PODCAST? We know this is always a big one to ask and you hear it a million times but anything you can do to help us get our podcast out there into the ether will be massively appreciated! Please tell Your Friends & Share Online Subscribe, Rate & Review: iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Soundcloud | Google Play | TuneIn | iHeartRADIO | Follow us on: Website | YouTube | Medium | Instagram | FaceBook | Twitter | Related Podcasts You Might Enjoy RHP #022: Emma and Carla, The Merrymaker Sisters RHP #023: Erin Bailey, Founder of E-Bailey Fitness RHP #033: Tara Russell, Founder of Fathom Organisation RHP #036: Annie Clarke, Founder of Mind Body BowlRead more »
Rated 5 out of
We love these Ridic Humans :)
I just want to say thanks a lot to you two guys for taking the time to interview such interesting and inspiring people. The positivity is infectious!
Date published: 2018-01-10
Rated 5 out of
Keep it up
Your latest show was amazing. Shanan Worrall and his Shark Eyes were truly interesting. Not to mention the animal risk assessment.
Keep them coming.
Date published: 2018-04-10