Emma Lovewell: Following Your Passion To Success, Peloton Behind-The-Scenes, Representation In Wellness + Pro Tips For Gardening Newbies

Emma Lovewell

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In this episode, I am joined by author, founder of the lifestyle site Live, Learn, Lovewell, and senior Peloton instructor, Emma Lovewell. From how she got her start with Peloton to where she is now, Emma shows us how we can harness our passions and failures to propel us forward to where we are supposed to be. We also get a behind-the-scenes look at what it is like being a fitness instructor and how growing up Asian American shaped her views on health and representation in wellness. From her gardening pro-tips (and how it has similar parallels to pruning your life) and what it means to embrace a JOMO lifestyle, this episode will give you a new perspective on embracing change and evolution in your health and life.

Emma Lovewell is a Martha's Vineyard raised, New York based health & wellness expert and fitness professional with 10+ years of experience. Lovewell has been a top instructor at Peloton for five years and is currently a Senior Instructor teaching cycling, dance, and strength classes to millions internationally. She is a former multi-sport athlete, a sponsored Under Armour ambassador, and an advocate of accessible holistic living. Lovewell is the founder of Live Learn Lovewell, a site devoted to cultivating an authentic well-balanced life through healthy eating and an active lifestyle. Lovewell is the author of Live Learn Love Well: Lessons From A Life of Progress Not Perfection, a memoir chronically her incredible path to physical - and mental - fitness that traces her journey to becoming a beloved Peloton instructor and inspires readers to live, learn, and love well.

A few of my favorite things we cover this episode:

  • Her journey from working as a model in New York to becoming a Peloton instructor.
  • Learning how in life, the path is not always easy, but you have to keep moving forward.
  • The importance of gardening and how to start one without any mess.
  • Learning to accept who you are and growing into that space.
  • A behind-the-scenes look at teaching a Peloton class.

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Dr. Will Cole, DNM, IFMCP, DC is a leading functional medicine expert who consults people around the globe, starting one of the first functional medicine telehealth centers in the world. Named one of the top 50 functional and integrative doctors in the nation, Dr. Will Cole provides a functional medicine approach for thyroid issues, autoimmune conditions, hormonal imbalances, digestive disorders, and brain problems. He is also the host of the popular The Art of Being Well podcast and the New York Times bestselling author of Intuitive Fasting, Ketotarian, Gut Feelings, and The Inflammation Spectrum.