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The Fitness Hacks Podcast
CALIFORNIA FITNESS ACADEMY
Justin Levine is a fitness, nutrition and life coach, motivational speaker, an active endurance athlete, owner of California Fitness Academy, and author of Limitless: A Man’s 300 mile run to prove Anything is Possible. Justin’s positive personality exudes in his everyday actions. He genuinely cares for the wellness of the community and wants to spread his knowledge throughout the area. He writes for various national fitness and health websites. He also speaks to groups and companies locally and statewide. Justin’s biggest achievement besides having a loving wife and two daughters was running a journey called LIMITLESS, a 300-mile ultra-distance run from Visalia to Santa Monica in 4 days. Not only does Justin want to be recognized as the leading expert in Tulare County but he also has been building his reputation throughout the nation as an expert in the strength and conditioning industry.
1. We need to create the habit of believing in ourselves.
2. Realize you’re going to reach your limits. They can either hold you back or you can adjust on the spot and find a way to keep moving forward.
3. Think about how you talk to yourself and be aware of the language you use!
In this episode we talk with Justin Levine, owner of California Fitness Academy and author of Limitless: A Man’s 300 mile run to prove Anything is Possible. Justin reminds us that so much of what we feel we can achieve is determined by self-imposted limitations. And that we need to create the habit of believing in ourselves. How we talk to ourselves and who we surround ourselves with is very important.
Justin reminds us that it is about being flexible and adapting on the spot when we do run into obstacles or reach “our limits.” That to go further than we thought possible, all we need to do is start with taking a small step forward, one little positive action.
JUSTIN’S FAST FIVE FITNESS FACTS
Q: What’s your favorite exercise?
Q: What exercise do you hate…but love at the same time?
Hates the poor application of burpees
Q: What is the best book you’ve ever read?
Q: What is your favorite Pump Up Song?
Q: If you could train with one person (alive or dead) who would it be?