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Corinne Fitzgerald, Head Coach, Mile High Run Club, On Competitive Running, Moving Forward Through Injury, + Getting Back On Track

Corinne Fitzgerald is a diehard runner and a true athlete at heart! She is also a podium placing Elite Runner and Triathlete as well as a very talented Irish Step Dancer. Corinne is also the Head Run Coach at Mile High Run Club, NYC’s premiere indoor treadmill running studio, where she has been teaching classes  and coaching runners for over four years, since the studio’s inception, where she goes by Coach Fitz.

Corinne fell in love with running in college when she learned that it can be a lifelong sport and also a healthy outlet for so many things. Her most outstanding achievements have been in Track & Field (Main event: Steeplechase) and Cross Country. Corinne is the 2015 Duathlon Age Group National Champion. She placed fifth in the Xterra Trail World Championships that took place in November 2013 in Oahu, Hawaii, has competed on the World level in Triathlon, and just this Spring, she beat her College PR at Steeplechase in the Penn Relays with a 10:36 placing 5th in her heat and 14th overall.

It hasn’t always been all wins and PRing for Corinne. In 2016, after completing the TCS NYC Marathon, she had to shut down her competitive running career and recover from a series of serious injuries, which had accumulated over her time training.  With running as her life, career, and identity, she had to reframe her mindset and power through many new challenges.

On today’s episode, Corinne shares her path into running, her wins and losses, how she mentally and physically overcame major injuries, and just beat her college PR at Steepechase after taking off from the sport for two years.  We talk about setting goals within your running-whether you are a recreational runner or competing professionally; insight on race strategies, training tips and advice, and building an athletic mindset for sport and career.

I am certain Corinne’s story is going to resonate with many  listeners, inspire you to stay on track and empower you with tools for success in your athletic endeavors. If you are not a runner, I think this conversation might peak your curiosity. I hope you enjoy.

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Fifi Simon, Simon Showroom CEO + Founder: On Entrepreneurship, Fashion, and Fitness

By the time she was a teenager, Fifi Simon was already working in fashion, dabbling as a model here and there. As the daughter of a tailor, she grew up surrounded by it.  Ever since she can remember, Fifi Simon has loved fashion.  Anyone that knows her would agree! So when she arrived in NYC after college, in 1992, it was no surprise that she landed her first job as a fit model at Pierre Balman Denim. She later went on to launch two of the biggest denim brands in the history of fashion.

What happened next in her career set the tone for what today is the industry insider, Simon Showroom. The entrepreneurial venture Fifi embarked upon back in 1998 is now one of the fashion industry’s most sought after showrooms by contemporary designers and retailers from around the globe. Headquartered in NYC, with locations in Los Angeles and Atlanta, Simon Showroom works with designers to cultivate and build their brands through sales, market intelligence, positioning and merchandising.

Renowned for bringing super-cool, hip, contemporary designers to market, Simon Showroom has launched brands in athleisure, denim, and contemporary sportswear with young designers including AMO, Antik Batik, Citizen’s of Humanity,  LNDR, IRO, Petite Bateau, Paul + Joe, Seven for All Mankind, Sundry and more.

Marni syncs up with Fifi about where her love of fashion began, her career trajectory, some of the great designers she has cultivated over the years, up and coming fashion brands, and of course her love of fitness.

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Meghan Asha, FounderMade CEO + Founder: From Running a Business to Running Marathons

Meghan Asha is the Founder and CEO of FounderMade, a discovery platform, conference series, and trade show that helps curate and scale best-in-class consumer brands connecting them with highly sought out retailers, distributors, investors and influencers. Fueled by athleticism, fitness, and running, Meghan and Marni talk about everything from building and running a business to training and running marathons around the globe and everything in between!  They discuss topics from entrepreneurship, career motivation, to race fueling with bars and gels to mainstream wellness trends and more. Read More

Stephen Rebolledo: From Studying the Grateful Dead to Aura Mechanics, Self-Love and Human Design

Looking for a road map to navigate your life?  Curious about your energetic DNA? Stephen Rebolledo and Human Design have a solution for you!

Human Design is a system of tools and charts, a syntheses of ancient and modern sciences, combining Chinese I’Ching, the Hindu Brahmin Chakra Sytstem, Kabbalah, with some elements of Astrology, that offer an inside look into your genetic design and essentially, provide you with a personal manual for life.

Stephen Rebolledo is the Founder of Human Design Now and Genetic Yoga. Headquartered in NYC, he is one of the the top analysts and practitioners of Human Design and one of twenty lucky individuals who had the opportunity to study with and learn directly from the Founder and master of Human Design, Ra Uru Hu.

The Human Design System’s signature Bodygraphing chart offers deeper intelligence into who we are, what makes us tick and how we flow in life. It is a guide to help you improve, connect with yourself and understand who you are so you can make better decisions in relationships, career, parenting, and effiecntly manage challenges and obstacles along the way.

On this episode Marni sync’s up with Stephen to discuss doing what you love and why it’s so important to be authentically you, the nuances of Human Design-The Four Types, Strategy + Aura, Inner and outer Authority, definitions, Profiles and angles, how it relates to career, parenting and relationships and why you should be sleeping in your own Aura!

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Tatiana Boncompagni On The Power of Weight Lifting, Living Your Passion, and Being Strong Inside and Out

Tatiana Boncompagni is the creator of the paradigm-shifting weight-lifting class for women, Sculptologie, and is an NASM certified personal trainer, holistic health coach, wellness and food writer, recipe developer and Athleta brand ambassador. She is also the mother of three, the author of three novels and co-author of two diet and fitness guides, The Model Trainer Method and 28 Days to Strong. Her writing has appeared in dozens of publications, including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Marie Claire, Vogue, and InStyle and on websites including Well and Good, Mind Body Green and Self.

On this episode of Marni on the Move, Marni and Tatiana sync up about her super popular class, Sculptologie,  the power and benefits of lifting weights, her approach to food and nutrition, and what is fueling her for success!

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Roger Bason On 3D Ocean Farms, Kelp and The Wave of The Sustainable Future

Fueled by the ocean, Roger Bason is pioneering the next wave of the sustainable future: building 3D Ocean Farms and developing marine permaculture off the shores of Maine. Roger is the CEO of Atlantic Ocean Aquaculture (AOA). In addition to being a major thought leader, an acknowledged expert, and an  innovator in the field of sustainable development and ocean energy, Roger is a martial artist, open water swimmer and practitioner of Hawaiian Swimming.

Roger has taught graduate level courses on Tidal Energy at the School of International Public Affairs (SIPA) at Columbia University, has served as Technical Advisor for the UN Small Island Developing States and he recently presented a lecture series at the Harvard Graduate School of Design on sustainable infrastructure, marine energy, coral reef recovery and shoreline protection.

On today’s episode Marni and Roger sync up about these paradigm shifting farms of the future, climate change, why 3D Ocean Farms are a profitable form of aquaculture, the highly nutritious game-changing benefits of Kelp, how Ocean Farms act as powerful carbon sinks (via kelp forests) and fight ocean acidification via shellfish + kelp forests together filter nitrogen and phosphorus from the ocean using naturally occurring ocean currents.

Roger also sheds light on his innovative investment platform, Rabble,  connecting investors with social and environmental projects that matter and how you can invest in the future!Head over to Rabble if you are interested in investing in the future of sustainability, AOA, or simply learning more.

Marni also dive’s deep into Rogers unique, open water swim training, inspired by the Hawaiian great, Duke Kahanamoku

As you can imagine, we cover a lot of interesting and fun topics related to the ocean, swimming, future of sustainability as it relates to the ocean and literally and figuratively how the ocean fuels Roger for success.

I hope you enjoy.

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