Get Strong Inside Out – with Fitness Entrepreneur Amy Clover

Get Strong Inside Out with Fitness Entrepreneur Amy Clover

In this episode fitness entrepreneur Amy Clover talks about she took the reigns of her own healing, battling her shame, depression and eating disorder to take back her life. She also shares advice on using movement and whole foods to rebalance your emotions.

Amy is a fitness coach, mental health advocate and founder of Strong Inside Out. Amy struggled with clinical depression, OCD and a suicide threat that ultimately resulted in an intervention and hospitalization. She turned it all around with fitness, nutrition and mental reconditioning. Now, she helps others take the reins back in their lives and awaken to their true potential.

Episode Highlights

• 1:46 – Amy takes the reigns of her own healing, battling her shame, depression and eating disorder; to take back her life.
• 4:30 – Your mind is a dangerous neighborhood. Don’t go there alone. A big part of Amy’s work is de-stigmatizing mental illness.
• 13:45 – Amy’s tips on how to exercise when feeling you’re feeling blue. (10 minutes of movement in nature scientifically proven to relieve stress)
• 19:05 – The power of movement and whole foods to rebalance your emotions
• 21:00 – How to stop measuring your self-worth by what you see in the mirror.
• 25:00 – The key ingredients for building a personality brand around your expertise
• 28:00 – Amy’s advice for making a relationship work where both partners are entrepreneurs
• 31:00 – The “I don’t want to hurt you” cycle powerful women get caught up in that leads to stifling your needs and becoming resentful.
• 36:30 – Amy talks about taking care of her own well-being and mental health inside of a marriage.
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1. Favorite book for women?

2. Favorite self-care hack?

  • Journaling

3. Best piece of advice and who gave it to you?

  • “You don’t have to take on other people’s energy; let theirs be theirs and yours be yours” (Gabby Bernstein)

4. Female CEO or thought leader you’re into right now?

5. One piece of advice you’d give your 5 years younger self?

  • There’s so much love to be found in you, if you can just open up to the possibilities that everything is here to teach you something.

Resources and People Mentioned

• Amy’s website, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram
• Steve Kamb, Founder of Nerd Fitness
The Intimacy Factor by Pia Mellody

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