Lisa and I discuss her amazing weight loss and fitness transformation journey, her strength training, and how she went from 210 lbs and out of shape to running numerous half marathons, 10ks, 5ks, and even virtual races. We discuss her ups and downs and her current battle with Hemochromatosis, an iron disorder that causes excessive iron build up in her body that has forced her to stop running temporarily.
We also discuss her experience with virtual races, what they are, how to find them, and the benefits she has gotten running them.
All this and more on today’s episode!
Here are a few products Lisa mentioned on the show. Note: These are Amazon affiliate links. We receive a small commission should you purchase through our links. There is no extra cost to you or obligation to purchase anything. Anything we receive is just Amazon’s way to thank us for referring you to them. We use Amazon commissions to help pay for web hosting and other expenses associated with this site. We only recommend products we use, or our guests use.
Way 2 Cool – Microfiber Cooling Towel
Simply soak it, wring it, wrap it, and re-wet it to reactivate it. Retains water and maintains coolness while staying dry to the touch.
Oofos Recovery Flip Flops
Oofos flip flops and recovery shoes are used to help you recover after a run or race. These are highly recommended for post-run recovery.
Ink and Burn Clothing – Lisa was an ambassador for Ink and Burn, a popular clothing line for runners and fitness and yoga enthusiasts. Check out the title image above for examples of her wearing her Ink and Burn running pants.
Thanks and Happy Running!
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