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52 – Latoya Snell the Running Fat Chef Says Don’t Be Scared of Your Own Success

Meet Latoya Shauntay Snell. Latoya is a 31 year old Skirt Sports ambassador. That’s how we first came together. But there’s more. Much more. She’s the mom of a 9 year old boy recently diagnosed with a lifelong disease. She’s a woman who has gone through and is overcoming personal issues from health to work to […]

50 – Colleen Cannon on Chickens, Watermelons & Why Women Will Save the Earth

Meet Colleen Cannon – former professional triathlete & the founder of Women’s Quest. Before retreats were a thing, before women’s-only anything was a thing, before the internet even, there was Colleen. She discovered her calling early on, and just knew she needed to create a way to bring women together for self-care, love and empowerment.   […]

45 – Chris Waddell Paralympic Legend on Winning at Life

Meet Chris Waddell – speaker, author, athlete (he has 13 Paralympic medals), philanthropist and all-around adventurer. After a ski accident left him paralyzed and unable to walk while in college, Chris simply moved on with his life and adapted his passions around his new body. But as all elite athletes understand, you can only compete at […]

41 – Siri Lindley World Champion Person on Getting Out of Your Head and Into Your Heart

Meet Siri Lindley. She was the best short course triathlete in the world for two years, despite the fact that she could barely swim a lick before she started the sport in the mid 90s. After she retired, Siri gravitated to coaching, because she is innately called to give much more than she ever takes. […]

8 – Pam Burrus on The Power of Connecting

Meet Pam Burrus, founder of Moms Run This Town / She Runs This Town. I met Pam a couple years ago in a coffee shop in Chicago and we immediately hit it off. Let's just say we didn't need coffee to summon any energy! Pam is all about helping women find their happy place.

What’s Your Olympic Trials?

The Olympic Marathon Trials is Saturday. By 1:00 Pacific Time we will know who made the team. Making the US Olympic Team is a big deal. It’s a life-changing event.   Most people will never qualify for the actual Olympic Trials, but it doesn’t mean you don’t have your own version of the Trials. What […]

The Gotta Go is a Go

  The first-ever skirt designed to cater to women’s secret bladder needs will arrive in April 2016.   Here’s how it happened. You asked. You weren’t afraid. You put yourself out there. You literally said, “I leak. I pee a lot. I have a heavy period. I want something that will make my life better. […]

The Leak That Just Won’t Quit

  I sneezed and peed. I coughed and peed. I laughed and peed. I did a double-under and peed. I ran and peed.   One in three women suffer from exercise-induced incontinence.  Aging and childbirth can increase the likelihood of this lovely phenomenon (also called stress incontinence) but it can still occur even if you’re […]