As a passionate enthusiast when it comes to personalities and country music, Tim Hicks always stood out to me the minute he hit the airwaves, and I was fortunate to have the opportunity to interview him on my radio show Nothing But Outdoors talking about his first singles and the love of the outdoors in 2012. Now we get the chance to get inside his thoughts on how fitness and health affects his touring and stage presence.
Mariya Mova was first introduced to the Fytness Fanatik community as our first model all the way from Australia. She has been with us for 12 years inspiring others and we wanted to share where her career path has led her.
Editor Amanda Lynn sat down with Lisa to talk about gritty training, and how She Fit became a brand.
We are all aware of the benefits of exercise, and in the past few years the media has increasingly bombarded us with fitness-related information, advice and products.
The message is everywhere, reminding us just how important that minimum standard thirty minutes of physical activity per day is, whether for disease prevention, health maintenance and overall wellness (and let’s face it, body image or vanity). Personally, I know that I am very fortunate to have experienced an upbringing by physically active parents who have been practicing the healthy lifestyle tips and tricks that some consumers are paying to learn, but I know that many people were not raised with that sort of background.
My first high school coach had one rule at practice; you don’t use the word “CAN’T”. It didn’t matter when or where you used it, if you did....50 laps around the gym. I use to hate the word just because I didn’t want any more laps. I never truly understood why we weren’t allowed to say it. Just that you don’t!
Fytness Fanatik Editor Amanda Lynn Mayhew has been a huge fan of Mindi recently got to sit down with her to talk more about how she got started. Mindi was first featured in Fytness Fanatik the Magazine in a Person to Admire feature back in 2008.
“I am a hustler when it comes to the business of this sport. To succeed you really have to embrace both roles as an athlete and a business woman”. - Nancy Di Nino