Tammie Bennett is a mindset coach, running coach and host of the show up society podcast. She ran cross-country and track for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has been coaching runners of all ages for over 12 years. She loves taking what she learns from her athletes and using it to help people show up for themselves even in the tiniest way so they can achieve their big, bananas goals. Tammie has kept at least one tiny, daily habit for over 9 years, including the year she sprinted for 10 seconds a day and posted it to instagram. In her coaching business, she helps people find the blocks that are keeping them stuck so they can get rid of them and achieve their goals. Tammie loves teaching how to create and keep a tiny daily habit. She could also talk all day about goal setting, goal getting, mindset, emotional awareness, running, taking tiny steps towards big goals, and celebrating our tiny wins
Tami is a firm believer that you can make dramatic changes in your life and your quality of life by just taking tiny actions consistently. and once you start to change things in one area, other areas start to change as well.
In this episode, Sarah is joined by mindset coach and running coach, Tammie Bennett, who is also the host of the Show Up Society podcast. She provides tips to show up for yourself so you can show up for your goals and other people. Tammie also hosts workshops with an emphasis on building tiny daily habits, which can greatly affect other areas of life.
They discuss the 4-6 week workshops that Tammie hosts. She gives three tips for developing a daily habit, including focusing on your “why” and picking something you can do in 5 minutes or less. They discuss that it is not just about the habit, but about showing up for yourself and valuing your health and wellness.
Sarah and Tammie share how running and other forms of exercise are often more about our mindset than just getting the task done. Tammie encourages listeners to listen to your body, adjust accordingly, and have fallback plans worked into achieving your daily habits, because life will happen. Lastly, they discuss breaking up big goals into manageable daily chunks so you don’t overwhelm yourself by planning to do too much at one time.
Tammie’s workshop will hopefully be available soon, with a link provided here upon availability.
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In this episode Sarah interviews Katy Lush of Lush Living. Katy is a fitness expert and owner of Chicago River North Pilates studio since 2004. She’s on a mission to get more people moving – so they can lead less sedentary lives and reap the health benefits of accessible, restorative, and sustainable movement habits.
A Nationally Certified Pilates Teacher, GYROTONIC® Trainer, Certified Movement Analyst and Restorative Exercise Specialist (with a background as a retired dancer, pre-Olympic gymnast and trapeze artist!), Katy believes in making exercise something that any person at any age can do.
When she’s not running her studio, speaking on podcasts and panels, or being a fitness workshop junkie, you can find Katy playing with her 3 year old and 6 year old, drinking chocolate-mint tea, or dreaming of travels in faraway places with her husband.
In this episode Sarah is joined by Katy Lush, who is a fitness expert and owner of the beloved Chicago River North Pilates studio since 2004. She’s on a mission to get more people moving – so they can lead less sedentary lives and reap the health benefits of accessible, restorative, and sustainable movement habits. They discuss natural movement, and how people can improve their health by changing a few things about how they move.
Katy and Sarah discuss the benefits of natural movements, and one of the major benefits, checking multiple boxes by “Layering your Life.” This philosophy primarily being, finding how to get exercise through basic movements such as bending and finding things in the kitchen.
Katy goes on to discuss how she “layers her life” she talks about how she drives, and how she goes on walks, and how she incorporates movement into those moments. Sarah then asks her about Katy’s clients and what are some of the things they do. Lastly Katy discusses “layering her life” by taking small moments to care about health even while staring at screens, or by thinking about the shoes you are wearing.
Learn more about Sarah by going to her website