This may come as a bit of a shock to you, Rebels,but Carmelle told me before our interview that she really doesn't do many podcast interviews. Now you're probably thinking, "Whaaaaaaaat??!!" Here's a lady who is an ideal podcast guest. She's got interesting stories about her fitness journey. She's highly knowledgeable in her field. She paints an honest picture for her clients with their expectations, and when talking about the realities of fitness and nutrition. She's a far cry from the Jack LaLanne trainer who told Sherpa brother that he could (and I'm not making this up) "make his $500.00 gold chain just pop off just by tensing his neck up." Wow, what a useful life skill. So instead, have a listen to Carmelle. She'll take the journey with you. Thanks for coming on the show, Carmelle! Now if you'll excuse me, I have some neck-tightening exercises to do.
Carmelle's info: Websites: cfitcoaching.com, dancewalklive.com; Instagram:@cfitcoaching; Book: International Women of Color Who Boss Up; Email: email@example.com
Sherpa Suggestions:(Beachbody podcasts) https://blog.feedspot.com/beachbody_coaching_podcasts/
Next week, tune in to my conversation with relationship coach, Andrew W. Shepherd. He's a guy with a fascinating story and interesting perspectives!
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