This week on the BrainTap Business Journal Podcast we’re joined by fitness icon, Kathy Smith to talk about fitness, brain health, and tips for coping with being quarantined at home and staying fit and active.
Kathy Smith has been a legend in the fitness industry for the last 30 years and has built an empire of more than $500 million in sales which includes New York Times bestselling books, videos, lifestyle products, and fitness equipment. Her own passion for exercise and desire to inspire the best in people has led her on an extraordinary journey and sharing her passion with the public has been her biggest thrill. She has appeared on The Today Show and The Oprah Winfrey Show, hosted her own show on the USA Network called Alive and Well, and was a regular columnist for the LA Times. She’s a frequent guest on QVC and PBS sharing her knowledge of health and fitness for all ages and several years ago launched her own app called ReShape, which delivers daily workouts, meal plans, and meditations for staying active.
Kathy Smith hosts the podcast, The Art of Living, and talks with top experts such as Dr. Oz, Diana Nyad, Dr. Zach Bush, Bulletproof Coffee creator Dave Asprey and B-Strong co-creator Dr. Jim Stray-Gunderson on how to live a vibrant and healthy life. She is passionate about helping women and girls realize the benefits of staying fit and was named Woman of the Year in 2011 by the LA County Commission for Women. Kathy has received the Lifetime Achievement Award from IDEA--the world’s largest organization of fitness professionals; and was named a Healthy American Fitness Leader by the President’s Council on Physical Fitness. She’s a highly sought after and entertaining educator and speaker and an avid BrainTapper who has worked with Dr. Porter on several motivational audio sessions. We are excited to welcome her to our podcast today.
What You’ll Learn:
• Kathy’s daily routine for staying healthy and positive.
• Why getting out and moving every day is important.
• Why getting outside, especially now, helps our bodies and brains.
• The benefits of walking to the brain.
• How interval walking benefits the body.
• The exciting new project she’s working on called B-Strong that benefits brain function, heart function and anti-aging.
• Learn about the new BrainTap/Kathy Smith walking program available soon.