Sweatlife Podcast

Sweatlife Podcast

It’s time that inclusivity was more than a checkbox and self-care was more than a social post. Join lululemon and MAKERS as we go beyond the buzzwords in conversations with activists, athletes, and more, about physical, emotional, and mental wellness. Hear guests tackle self-care, overcoming personal challenges, creating inclusive spaces for others, and what makes them sweat as they share tools for leaning into equality and leadership. Be warned, you may never look at wellness the same way again. lululemon is the official wellness sponsor of The MAKERS Conference, the signature event from MAKERS, a media brand built to accelerate the women’s movement through stories of real-life experiences that ignite passion and action.... Show More

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From a homeless entrepreneur to venture capitalist to writing her next chapter, Arlan Hamilton has always done what few others would or even could imagine doing: followed her dreams. Arlan works to ensure that underrepresented leaders of color, LGBTQ+, and women are receiving the proper mentoring and leadership skills to succeed.


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Growing up in the Deep South, movies gave Franklin a window into the world outside of his own perspective. After a career in politics and finance, he made the pivot to move to Los Angeles and take on the entertainment industry – but found that creating change required a new way of thinking. The Black List started as an anonymous survey among friends of Hollywood's best-unproduced screenplays and quickly went viral. Now, the Bla...




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When Dr. Chelsea Jackson Roberts attended her first ever yoga class—a hot one—she fainted. It was the start of a relationship with the practice that would change her life, as well as the lives of many others. With a BA in Child Development already in her pocket, Jackson Roberts earned her MA in International Educational Development and got her yoga teacher training. She recognized that self-care and wellness practices are a privile...



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In 2018, eight-year-old American Havana Chapman-Edwards stood for her beliefs by taking part in the Nationwide School Walkout supporting gun control. The only member of her school to walk out, her story went viral. Now, the “Tiny Diplomat" encourages everyone to grow their bravery muscle in order to condemn gun violence and advocate for girls' education. She’s young, she’s brave, she’s confident, and her dreams are (literal...




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When Lynzy Lab posted a video of herself playing the ukulele and singing an original song about the fears and struggles women live with on a daily basis, she had no idea it would reach millions and turn viral, ultimately leading to a performance on Jimmy Kimmel. Lynzy embraces and challenges her anxiety by living through three important words: 'just keep moving.' An advocate for women empowerment, she is asking everyone to ...



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Could you run over 26.5 miles a day for 76 days in a row across some of the least forgiving terrain on earth? Ultramarathoner Sam Gash can and has, turning the world into a path of impactful opportunities everywhere in her life. Our host, Mel, talks to the endurance runner, social entrepreneur, and extreme reality television star about how, through running, she’s raised over $300,000 for charities, manages stress, and made history—...




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When was the last time you meditated? How about with 20 other people? After a life-altering anxiety attack, Manoj Dias changed his entire life to found A-SPACE, a drop-in meditation studio where students from all walks of life learn tools to overcome their social anxiety. This father, teacher, and practicing Buddhist talks to our host, Mel, about the fine balance of running a business and being present in his family life, and how h...



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Real-life superhero and 9/11 first responder Regina Wilson takes sweat to a whole other level. Our host, Mel, talks to the 20-year veteran of the FDNY about overcoming adversity to become a firefighter and her role as the first female President of the prestigious Vulcan Society, an organization of black firefighters in New York City. As FDNY's 12th ever African-American woman, Regina shares her personal experience of 9/11, disc...




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Corey Rae was America's first high school transgender prom queen. At a young age, Corey knew she wasn’t living into her full potential, but didn’t have the resources, role models or vocabulary to describe what she was going through. After discovering the transgender community and transitioning during high school, she lived life in stealth as a woman, until she decided to reintroduce herself. Now, she has made herself known as a...




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A conversation with Jess Sanchez, who founded Santa Isla a jewelry company in partnership with a small group of Ember Chamí artisans. Jess opens up on her road from growing up with traditional Colombian born parents, heartbreak, and illness to redefine what beauty means and how she persevered finding her purpose and confidence to embrace life.


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August 15, 2019 41 sec

Join lululemon and MAKERS as we talk to athletes and activists about the dimensions of physical, intellectual, emotional, and mental wellness. Our goal is to change the way you think about self-care, from inclusivity and equality to leadership and wellness. So, let's talk about self-care, shall we?

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