The Fitness Hacks Podcast

by Redefining Strength | FHP 008: Justine Moore Fitness Model and Owner of JustineFit.com discusses how her passion for fitness led her to enter her first figure competition in 2010, which helped her find herself and build mental strength and confidence.

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Justine Moore
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ABOUT:

Justine Moore, a Certified Personal Trainer and Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist, is the owner of JustineFit.com. Justine started her fitness journey as a figure competitor, completing her first competition in 2010. Competing changed her life and helped her build confidence and overcome adversity, which inspired her to train other women and help them also build strength and confidence through a healthy lifestyle.

3 KEY POINTS:

1. Don’t compare yourself to other people.

2. Body acceptance is important.

3. Failures may get you down, but you’ve got to learn to accept them and move forward.

MORE ABOUT THIS EPISODE:

In this episode we talk with Justine Moore of JustineFit.com. Justine shares her struggles to build confidence and develop body acceptance, struggles that many women, and even men, can relate to. She discusses how her passion for fitness led her to enter her first figure competition in 2010, which helped her find herself and build mental strength and confidence. Through competing Justine became a fitness model and a Met-Rx sponsored athlete.

She also then turned her passion into a business by starting JustineFit.com where she could help other women build confidence through a healthy diet and workout program. She now works with women to help them become healthier and happier while they enjoy their fitness journey!

JUSTINE’S FAST FIVE FITNESS FACTS

Q: What’s your favorite exercise?

Sumo Deadlift

Q: What exercise do you hate…but love at the same time?

Squats

Q: What is the best book you’ve ever read?

The Secret by Rhonda Byrne

Q: What is your favorite Pump Up Song?

Shipping Up To Boston – Dropkick Murphys 

Till I Collapse – Eminem

Q: If you could train with one person (alive or dead) who would it be? 

Greg Plitt

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