Lisa Druxman is a mom on a mission. She is the founder of FIT4MOM, the country’s largest fitness program for moms, a noted speaker, author, podcaster and powerhouse of energy. A self-proclaimed idea monkey and #momboss, Lisa is passionate about helping women get out of overwhelm and into a life of health and happiness. Lisa earned her Master’s degree at San Diego State University in psychology with an emphasis in exercise adherence and weight control. She created the weight management program, L.E.A.N. Mommy® (Learn Eating Awareness and Nutrition) which is also the name of her first book. Her newest book, The Empowered Mama, is a “how to” guide to empower moms to live their best lives.
FIT4MOM brings exercise, companionship and support to tens of thousands of moms across the country with more than 1,500 instructors and 300 franchisees. Stroller Strides grew over the years and added Stroller Barre, Fit4Baby (prenatal classes) and Body Back (classes for any stage of motherhood). All of the classes make up the FIT4MOM brand, the country’s largest fitness program for moms.
In This Episode You’ll Learn
- There are NOT a lot of great role models outside of the home.
- How to be a great model for yourself and your children.
- How to cultivate your selfish spirit.
- What can be removed from “Mom’s” schedule.
Links and Resources for This Episode
- The Empowered Mama: How to Reclaim Your Time and Yourself While Raising a Happy, Healthy Family
- Ep 13 Helene Byrne: Be Fit Mom, Post Natal Recovery
- Ep 105 Miracle Mindset w/ JJ Virgin
- Ep 97 Be Bodywise w/ Rachel Abrams
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