In a society that tells women to be less Meghan is on a mission to help women become more through strength training and movement. More confident, stronger, happier and empowered.
Meghan Callaway is a personal trainer in Vancouver, Canada. She has close to 13 years of experience coaching a wide array of clients, ranging from the elite athlete, to post-physical therapy rehabilitative strength training, to the everyday person who is looking to feel, perform, and function at a higher level.
Meghan has an extensive athletic background and has played soccer for 26 years, and also grew up playing ice hockey and baseball on boys teams. She is still a huge sports junkie.
Meghan is incredibly passionate about helping her clients, especially females, strive to make themselves more as society continues to tell women that they should make themselves less.
Like so many women, Meghan battled this unhealthy mindset for years, so her mission is to educate and empower all of her clients, and help them establish a lifestyle that makes them feel confident, happy, strong, and vibrant.
She continues to dispel the counterproductive and often harmful myths that are preventing an abundance of people from living the life that they truly deserve, and one that will help them achieve their goals.
Meghan was in a bad car accident when she was 28, and this led to 5+ years of severe body issues/dysfunctions. Despite many low points and moments of doubt, Meghan persevered until she found a solution, and learned a tremendous amount about herself in the process.
Going through this ordeal made Meghan appreciate her health and simply the ability to feel good more than ever, and it changed her overall mindset from one that was so focused on aesthetics,to one that is now centred around feeling healthy, happy and confident, and kicking ass, both in the gym, and in life.
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In this episode we chat about:
– The dangers of the female fitness industry
– Finding good role models
– Being truthful and being you
– Why it is important to train and eat for health first
– How to inject play into your world
– Being ‘more’ – more confident, faster, louder, stronger etc
The article that we were referring to in the podcast:
Meghans ‘Owning It’ article:
Website – www.meghancallawayfitness.com
Facebook – Meghan Callaway Pt
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/meghancallaway/
Twitter – @fitfaststrong
Snapchat – meghancallaway1
Nardia is an Australian Institute of Fitness ‘Legend’, Fitness Network Personal Trainer of the year 2014, course creator, international presenter and part time comedian (in her lounge room).
She loves helping women in fitness create stronger businesses so they can have more money, flexibility and impact.
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