Ep #113: Fuel Your Body, Fuel Your Life! with 3x Ms. Fitness Olympia, Whitney Jones

In the 113th episode of The Richard Robbins Show, I sit down with a world-class athlete, entrepreneur and fitness industry disruptor, Whitney Jones. Whitney is the driving force behind the Lean Life Challenge, a 90-day health journey that I recently embarked on and found it transformative for my eating and exercise goals.

Owner of Pro Physiques, Whitney has been competing professionally since 2010. At 34 years old Whitney competed at a local Arizona show as an amateur. From there, she moved up the ranks to compete at a National Level and in less than 1 year, received her Pro Card establishing herself as an IFBB Fitness Pro. She has now competed in a total of 35 Pro Shows, always placing in the top 10 in the world. 

Whitney is a single mom to two amazing teenagers and the first-ever mom to hold an Olympia title. “This has provided me with an amazing platform to help inspire women of all ages to continue to pursue their dreams without putting limitations on themselves,” she says.

In this fantastic podcast, Whitney and I talk about the importance of counting your macros and why knowing what you put into your body directly affects the output in your life. Whitney shares the secrets to living healthier, how to enjoy the grind of a healthy lifestyle and stresses why balance is key to your long-term success.

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What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode

  • Learn to embrace fundamental health principles to enhance your vitality and well-being!
  • How to stay on track with your goals through regular check-ins.
  • Discover the significance of understanding your body’s macros and achieving optimal caloric balance.
  • How to unlock the potential of macro counting for improved nutritional awareness and overall health.
  • How to find long-term success by embracing a flexible road map to your goals.
  • How to harness the transformative power of positivity to elevate every aspect of your day.

Ideas Worth Sharing

Focus on the process, not the outcome. Click To Tweet You want your metabolism to be efficient, you want it to work for you. Your body should naturally remind you every 3 to 4 hours that you need to eat. Click To Tweet I want to help inspire women of all ages to continue to pursue their dreams without putting limitations on themselves. Click To Tweet

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