Rise Resolute Podcast

Lisa Herrington: When you choose to put joy out into the world despite what you've been through, it will come back to you.

March 04, 2020 Gina Meyer, DPT Season 2 Episode 8
Rise Resolute Podcast
Lisa Herrington: When you choose to put joy out into the world despite what you've been through, it will come back to you.
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Rise Resolute Podcast
Lisa Herrington: When you choose to put joy out into the world despite what you've been through, it will come back to you.
Mar 04, 2020 Season 2 Episode 8
Gina Meyer, DPT

Connect and Rise with Lisa Herrington, Founder and Co-Owner of Fit House Davis, group fitness instructor, runner, mom, and wife. Lisa tells us about the power of integrating your passion into what you do in life and also shares her powerful insight on grief and her journey through the loss of a child.  She helps us understand the value of owning your grief and then deciding how to move forward. She discusses building our "emotional toolbox" by recognizing the things that bring us joy, in order to use them as tools on our worst days. This is applicable not only to the grief journey but also to any struggle we face in life. Lisa also inspires us all with her decision to live in the light and the positive.  She shares that we all have a choice to take the things that happen to us and do something good with them. Lisa powerfully embodies how one person can draw on the athlete mentality to become not just a "Warrior Athlete" but a "Warrior Human." Prepare to be elevated with her inspiring story of how we can all gain more of ourselves even when faced with the most difficult situations imaginable.  Life is for living.  Go get your joy.

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Connect and Rise with Lisa Herrington, Founder and Co-Owner of Fit House Davis, group fitness instructor, runner, mom, and wife. Lisa tells us about the power of integrating your passion into what you do in life and also shares her powerful insight on grief and her journey through the loss of a child.  She helps us understand the value of owning your grief and then deciding how to move forward. She discusses building our "emotional toolbox" by recognizing the things that bring us joy, in order to use them as tools on our worst days. This is applicable not only to the grief journey but also to any struggle we face in life. Lisa also inspires us all with her decision to live in the light and the positive.  She shares that we all have a choice to take the things that happen to us and do something good with them. Lisa powerfully embodies how one person can draw on the athlete mentality to become not just a "Warrior Athlete" but a "Warrior Human." Prepare to be elevated with her inspiring story of how we can all gain more of ourselves even when faced with the most difficult situations imaginable.  Life is for living.  Go get your joy.