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Deadlifts and squats meets lemon balm and lavender. Emily Schromm, a self-proclaimed meathead hippie, is a personal trainer, CrossFit coach and Nutritional Therapy Practitioner based out of Denver, Colorado.

From MTV Challenge winner to Women's Health Magazine's Next Fitness Star and entrepreneur, Emily's journey of self-discovery has led her to a full time career in helping others. Struggling her whole life with body image, gut issues, and acne, nutrition and fitness has completely turned her life around. Primarily running her 21 Day EmFit Challenge online, she works with clients in Denver and around the world to change the food on their plate in order to feel their absolute best.

Outside of her website and online training at www.emilyschromm.com she also is the inventor of the EmPack: the world's first and only backpack turned weight-training bag that is designed to keep you moving and strength training no matter your location. You can check out this Kickstarter funded, Colorado designed fitness bag at www.theempack.com.

Other ventures include Em's herbal tea line, Element Tea (www.herbalelement.com) and her Denver gym, Platform Strength (www.platformstrength.com)

Meathead Hippie Emily Schromm

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9, 50 Ratings

Deadlifts and squats meets lemon balm and lavender. Emily Schromm, a self-proclaimed meathead hippie, is a personal trainer, CrossFit coach and Nutritional Therapy Practitioner based out of Denver, Colorado.

From MTV Challenge winner to Women's Health Magazine's Next Fitness Star and entrepreneur, Emily's journey of self-discovery has led her to a full time career in helping others. Struggling her whole life with body image, gut issues, and acne, nutrition and fitness has completely turned her life around. Primarily running her 21 Day EmFit Challenge online, she works with clients in Denver and around the world to change the food on their plate in order to feel their absolute best.

Outside of her website and online training at www.emilyschromm.com she also is the inventor of the EmPack: the world's first and only backpack turned weight-training bag that is designed to keep you moving and strength training no matter your location. You can check out this Kickstarter funded, Colorado designed fitness bag at www.theempack.com.

Other ventures include Em's herbal tea line, Element Tea (www.herbalelement.com) and her Denver gym, Platform Strength (www.platformstrength.com)

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
50 Ratings

50 Ratings

Coco5294 ,

Inspired

I also have a podcast that talks so much about this one does. Emily inspires me to continue to share these topics of philosophy in health and nutrition.

Thank you Emily! ❤️✌🏼

Samantha M123 ,

Amazing

This podcast is always so interesting. Every week I look forward to learning more and gaining knowledge Emily and her guests speak about. I listen to her podcast driving to work every week and I love how invested you are in your podcast. Always speaking the truth!! Thank you for taking your time and effort to making a positive impact around you.

Dalhousie21 ,

A Gem of a podcast. Speaks to my soul👌🏻

I work out of town and drive 3 hours every 4 days and this is my go to listen forsure, haven’t missed an worrisome since I first stumbled upon it. In one of your last episodes you ask for suggestions on future podcasts well one that I think would be a perfect topic for you to cover is women’s health. Specifically about how strength training can affect our bodies in different ways than just on the outside. I’ve been strength training for quite some time now and one thing I always run into is the changes in weight and training affecting menstrual cycles. Would be a good listen to potentially chat about home remedies or ways to soften the blow that intense training can have on our bodies especially as women, and even what to expect/why it’s happening. Anyways thought it may be a good topic :)

Cheers!!

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