62: Lindsey Heiserman on Confessions of a Personal Trainer

April 4, 2017

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Welcome to the Peaceful Power Podcast I’m your host Andrea Claassen. Today I will be talking with Lindsey Heiserman on her confessions as a personal trainer.

In today’s conversation Lindsey and I discuss her fabulous blog Confessions of a Personal Trainer. I love her blog and her realness. She talks about eating the cookies, not always being motivated, and shows you personal trainers are just like you. We have our own issues around health most of the time we’ve worked through them and want to show you how it’s possible. Lindsey is a fellow Minnesotan who I cannot wait for you gals to listen in our our conversation below.

Bio

Lindsey is a life coach and personal trainer with over a decade of experience working with a wide variety of clients. She completed her undergraduate degree at Truman State University with a focus in exercise physiology and emphasis in psychology. Over the last ten years she has held a variety of positions including a leadership role as an assistant department head, has taught group personal training classes, and connected with clients in individual sessions. In 2013 she graduated from Adler Graduate School with a Master’s in Psychotherapy and an emphasis in Career Coaching. She also holds a Professional Life Coaching certification and is a National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer.
When not working with clients you can find her training for obstacle course racing, adventuring and traveling around the United States, hanging out with her fur babies, drinking coffee, and hunkering down for the upcoming cold Minnesota winter.

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Topics Discussed

  • Why she started her own podcast
  • Why mind, muscle, & movement is her mantra
  • Why your workout clothes matter
  • Why she ate all the cookies
  • Why you don’t need to become a new you
  • Obstacle racing
  • How she keeps her motivation
  • Where she finds inspiration for her blog confessions of a personal trainer

Lindsey’s Challenge to you:

Eat a cookie or a brownie on a Wednesday. What that means break a food rule. If you usually indulge on a Friday night with a glass of wine & pizza (cough, cough Andrea) then do that on a Tuesday. Break your own “rules”.


Where to connect with Andrea

Instagram- @andreaclaassen21

Facebook- @andreaclaassen21

Website- andreaclaassen.com

Facebook Group- facebook.com/groups/peacefulpower

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I'm an Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor, 500 HR Yoga Teacher & seasonal living mama. I'm all about embracing stillness, slowing down,  and connecting to your inner wisdom.

I'm Andrea - your Seasonal living guide

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I'm a mom and wife who specializes in seasonal living and women's hormones.  I help you heal your period pain, and prepare for perimenopause & find your balance during the menopausal years for the past 15 years. 

I host a weekly podcast, Peaceful Power Podcast and wrote a cyclical living book in 2021- Divine Body Wisdom and am currently writing a second book coming out in the Spring 2023!  

My other interests are playing tennis, watching Golden Girls, and enjoying my morning oatstraw & raspberry leaf infusion! 

I'm an Ayurvedic counselor, 500 HR Yoga Teacher & Wild Woman Circle Leader 

I'm Andrea — your Ayurvedic & wellness mentor.

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