There are those people with whom you come in contact in life and you know INSTANTLY, they’re going to have a lasting impact. I’m lucky that my guest today, Selene Yeager, came into my life when she did. Selene is a journalistic legend and...
There are those people with whom you come in contact in life and you know INSTANTLY, they’re going to have a lasting impact. I’m lucky that my guest today, Selene Yeager, came into my life when she did. Selene is a journalistic legend and consummate role model especially for those in the health and fitness space.
Her work has appeared in numerous media including Bicycling, Details, Shape, O, the Oprah Magazine, Oz, the Good Life, Fitness, Redbook, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Marie Claire, Better Homes & Gardens, Good Housekeeping, Runner’s World, More, Cooking Light, The Bottom Line, and Cosmopolitan.
She’s also authored or co-authored over two dozen books, including: The Big Book of Cycling for Women, Gravel: The Ultimate Guide to the Gear, Training, and Grit You Need to Crush It, Rusch to Glory with Rebecca Rusch, and notably ROAR with Dr. Stacy Sims.
Today’s talk with Selene Yeager dispels the myth that you have to have everything planned in order to succeed. In fact, you’ll hear that she never conceived that she would:
Author or coauthor almost 3 dozen books
Qualify to the IRONMAN World Championships at her first Ironman event
Become a pro mountain biker racing and winning grueling multi-day stage races across the globe
How? First of all, she wanted it, she did the hard work one step at a time, and she had people who believed in her to keep that unknown path doused in light.
These days, Selene is lighting that path for thousands with her new "Hit Play Not Pause" podcast, where she interviews experts, doctors, athletes, and more about staying healthy and relevant in the perimenopause and menopause years.