The Fit Marriage Show is here to empower you with the knowledge, tools and motivation to get fit and improve your relationship in the process. We interview top fitness experts, highlight success stories from real couples and share insights gained from our work at Fit Marriage. Discover how you can be a busy woman who loses inches, tones your body and feels sexy, or a time-starved guy that sheds extra weight, feels strong and confident, and reclaims your energy. And learn how to bring it all together to experience a new level of intimacy in your marriage. Weight loss, exercise, nutrition, at-home workouts, strength training, cardio, workout routines, meal plans, relationship advice, marriage tips and much more are covered to help you achieve your fitness goals and enjoy a thriving lifestyle!
TFMS 031 – Gold Medal Bodies Focusing in on Strength & Skill Building so YOU Can Have “Real Strength”
The Fit Marriage Show welcomes Andy Fossett, Ryan Hurst and Jarlo Ilano from Gold Medal Bodies! These three guys and their posse are on a mission to help you transform your life in an unconventional way. Their approach to fitness is exciting as it challenges you and your entire family to have fun in a way that will help you gain "real strength".
TFMS 030 – Rob and Kim Murgatroyd on How to Be a Jet Setter with a 6 Pack!
Rob and Kim are an amazing couple with incredible stories to share about what they call the Jet Set Life. They travel the world and experience the best foods, drinks and good times that they can find. Yet, they also raise a happy 13-year-old daughter and maintain (literally) fitness model bodies while enjoying life to the fullest. How do they do it? Tune in to let Rob and Kim share their story and their secrets to fitness success in this high-energy episode!
TFMS 029 – Smart Meal Planning with E-Mealz Co-Founder Jenny Cochran
The Fit Marriage Show welcomes Jenny Cochran - E-Mealz co-founder, wife, Mom and great guest. Don't miss this episode to learn how meal planning will make you healthier, save you money and enhance your family life! And don't miss the giveaway and discount inside...
TFMS 028 – Career Renegade Jonathan Fields on Finding Your Healthy Balance
The Fit Marriage Show welcomes Jonathan Fields - husband, Dad, author, entrepreneur, fitness enthusiast and career expert. After "having it all" as a Wall Street attorney, he quit his corporate life and started a yoga studio on 9/11 that eventually become one of the most successful in the nation. Today, Jonathan helps other find their right path and achieve a healthy balance between career, family and life.
TFMS 027 – Matt Frazier on Going from 5K Runner to Half Marathon Master
Half Marathon training expert Matt Frazier from No Meat Athlete drills down into what it really takes to go from a casual 5K finisher to a happy and successful half marathon runner. From the major training steps to the biggest mistakes you need to avoid in your training, this interview will help you get to 13.1 miles.
TFMS 026 – J.D. Roth on Getting Fit Slowly & Getting Strong with Crossfit
The Fit Marriage Show welcomes J.D. Roth of Get Rich Slowly and Awesome People. Although J.D. is a top blogger and an accomplished personal finance author, our interview focused on his remarkable fitness transformation over the last year. Using a combination of Crossfit, Yoga and an all-around more movement-oriented lifestyle, he has lost over 45 pounds while increasing his lean muscle mass and strength considerably.
Inspirational, Real and Raw
Steven is such an inspirational human! I love listening to his podcast because he’s so real and raw! He has so much knowledge to share and insight in all the true words emotions we as humans deal with. Thanks for sharing Steven!
As an avid podcaster myself I tend to be fairly critical of podcasters. I had a chance to listen to a few episodes of this podcast and these guys do a solid job keeping it entertaining and providing valuable relevant content to their community. I'm a fan :)
Great info, horrible sound quality
I would give this podcast more than three stars if it weren't for the poor audio quality. You have to turn the sound way up to hear the host, but the guests are always SUPER LOUD. so I end up having to strain to hear the host ask questions so that I can keep it low enough for the guest to not be overpowering. I listen to these at work so i can't have it very loud. It always sounds like the host is in a different room than the mic and it sounds like the guests are in a large empty room with an echo.
Other than the audio, I'm enjoying the information in the podcasts and its certainly helpful. Thanks for that!