[Beginnings & Breakthroughs] Taking Your Health and Weight Goals to the Next Level with Liz Clark
Ask the Health Expert
Is there a goal you still haven't reached on your health journey? Are you looking for a way to reach that next milestone? Leap over that next hurdle? If so, this episode of Beginnings & Breakthroughs is for you. In it, JJ sits down with special guest Liz Clark, who has experienced incredible breakthroughs using the Virgin Diet principles but is ready to take her health and weight goals to the next level. ""I want to maintain energy and strength, increase my definition, and stay competitive,"" said Liz, who competes in dog agility training and wants to continue feeling great and doing the things she loves. Listen as she talks to JJ about her personal journey with weight and health over the years, and learn how she discovered what worked and didn't work for her body using strategies from the Virgin Diet and Sugar Impact Diet. Then, tune in as JJ explains that it's not just about weight, but what our weight is made up of—and why focusing on lean body mass is the key to ""living longer, younger and living younger, longer."" She lays out a complete plan for Liz to follow, including what and when to eat (protein is a big one!), what tests to schedule, which supplements she recommends, and why getting great sleep is absolutely critical for maintaining wellness and a healthy weight. If you feel like you've reached a plateau on your own health and weight journey and wish you could ask JJ what to do next, you won't want to miss this episode!
Episode 003: The Drop In Sessions - Captain Liz Clark
Wavelength Community Radio
We are stoked to share that the third episode of the Drop In Sessions presented by Mermaid Gin is with Captain Liz Clark - incredible sailor, activist, environmentalist and surfer. Dive in for a juicy episode! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week's host, Nicki Bennett, is joined by Liz Clark to chat her lessons on sailing, the environment, and life from over 20,000 nautical miles and counting. Liz is an environmental activist and the author of Swell: A Sailing Surfer's Voyage of Awakening - which recounts her decade-long journey of sailing the world and living aboard her Cal-40, Swell. Hear how to merge your passions, take big risks, be confident enough to problem solve, the things you learn on the water away from everything, and how to do the right thing for the ocean gods. Learn more about Liz at SwellVoyage.com, Instagram @CaptainLizClark, and check out her book
Liz Clark // From an Inspirational Pacific Crossing to Life in Tahiti
On the Wind Sailing
#358. Captain Liz Clark has sailed over 20,000 miles on her sailboat, Swell. She grew up sailing in San Diego, and cruised the coast of Mexico with her family at age 9. She became an avid and competitive surfer as a teenager, which took her traveling around the world. After finishing her degree in Environmental Science in Santa Barbara, Liz acquired Swell, her Cal 40. She undertook an extensive refit of the boat, then pushed off into the Pacific on a voyage of self-discovery. Liz's book Swell: A Sailing Surfer's Voyage of Awakening is an inspiring and beautifully illustrated memoir about her voyage. After cruising and surfing through the Pacific, Liz landed in Tahiti where she wrote her book and still lives with her partner. Swell sits on a mooring in view from her porch, ready for the next adventure. In the meantime, Liz is busy on the island, protecting the animals, lands, and ocean waters of Tahiti. https://swellvoyage.com/ -- Join the conversation on The Quarterdeck, 59º North's 'deep dives on the art of seamanship.' Annual membership site with access to the canon of seamanship content (articles, videos, podcasts & more); a thriving community passionate about sailing; and direct access to Andy, Mia, August, Nikki & Emma, the 'Admiralty' to have all of your sailing & seamanship questions answered! quarterdeck.59-north.com -- ON THE WIND is presented by Athletic Greens. Their daily product, AG1, contains 75 vitamins, minerals, and whole-food sourced nutrients in one convenient daily serving. One Scoop, 8 ounces of water. It's all you really need, really. Visit athleticgreens.com/onthewind for an exclusive offer from Athletic Greens. ON THE WIND is also supported by Offshore Passage Opportunities, the #1 Crew Networking Service in North America. OPO has helped thousands of sailors meet and make successful passages since 1993. Sign up at sailopo.com. The service is free for owners looking for crew, and once you pay the membership fee as a crew, you sail for FREE! ON THE WIND is also supported by Harborburn Cannon Co., brought to you by the founders of 59 North Sailing. Harborburn was born of an idea by a group of sailing friends looking for a way to add some fun onboard our boats. We figured “if you own a boat, you need a cannon!”
Liz Clark joins the show and shares her maker journey, music background, and we talk MIDI for beginners.00:25 Welcome and Liz’s music background4:30 BlitzCityDIY https://www.youtube.com/blitzcitydiy6:30 Getting started with MIDI10:38 Adafruit MIDI Learn guide, MIDI for Makers: https://learn.adafruit.com/midi-for-makers12:26 Liz’s music setup at home15:20 Turn the tables16:20 Which microcontroller?
Ep 235 - Changing Fitness Through Politics | IHRSA | Liz Clark
Escape Your Limits
On this weeks episode of the Escape Your Limits Podcast, Matthew Januszek & Emma Barry interview the first female CEO of IHRSA in its 40-year history, Liz Clark, at the Connected Health & Fitness Summit. Formerly a candy industry specialist, she previously lobbied government relations and advocacy at the National Confectioners Association (NCA). Serving as the industry’s voice in DC since 2011, Clark successfully lobbied to have confection manufacturing deemed “essential” during the pandemic. A striking contrast from the candy industry, Clark set her eyes on fitness. Transitioning her talents from one industry to another, she is advocating to making a change on Capitol Hill for higher awareness of fitness and the power of movement, nationwide. Clark highlights her first 100 days as CEO, her plans to evolve IHRSA, what role politics plays in fitness, and the importance of advocation for health representatives in Capitol Hill. To find out more about IHRSA, click here: https://www.ihrsa.org/
Liz Clark is IHRSA's first female president and chief executive officer in the association's 40-year history, and looks to double down on advocacy and communication efforts. A self-described "Energizer Bunny" and well-regarded Beltway presence, Liz is focused on making IHRSA known in Washington, D.C. She is a lifelong athlete whose commitment to fitness included rowing crew as an undergraduate at the University of Dayton. where she graduated with a B.A. in Communications. Liz lives in Arlington, VA, with her husband and three children.
Episode 16: The Future Success Of The Fitness Industry With IHRSA President and CEO Liz Clark
FITNESS INDUSTRY SUCCESS SHOW
In this episode of the Fitness Industry Success Show IHRSA President and CEO Liz Clark shares her vision for a brighter future of the fitness industry. She shares an update on the GYMS Act, a 40 billion dollar grant for the fitness industry and how IHRSA is evolving to help the grow and unite the fitness industry. Liz Clark was with the National Confectioners Association before being recruited by IHRSA and has extensive experience in association management with a focus on advocacy. Thank you for watching please like, share, and subscribe. Follow and connect:Fitness Industry Success Show website: https://www.leadlionmarketing.com/fit... IHRSA: https://www.ihrsa.org/Support The GYMs Act Click Here LEADLION: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leadlionmar... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leadlionmark... Connect with Nick Parker: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/heynickpa... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heynickparker/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/heynickparker SHOW LESS
If overcoming adversity makes us stronger, Liz Clark is superhuman. In 2005, Liz left California's Santa Barbara harbor aboard SWELL, her 40’ sailboat in search of remote surf breaks from Mexico through Central America, Galapagos, French Polynesia and beyond. Every surfer’s dream, right? Well, this transoceanic wave hunt was an invite for adversity with the navigational, mechanical, gnarly weather and forecasting challenges, injuries, and illnesses. Add to that the cross cultural and gender barriers when entering foreign countries as a female solo-sailing captain. In her book - "Swell – A Sailing Surfer’s Voyage of Awakening", she goes well beyond what we can cover in this episode. I feel so fortunate to have reached her for this interview and I’m excited to share our discussion with you.
In this episode I talk to Liz Clark, Author of the book "Swell". Liz is a surfer, sailor, writer, vegan, Patagonia ambassador, environmentalist and compassionate human being. Her book is about her voyage from Santa Barbara to the South Pacific in her boat Swell., but it takes on so much more than that. It covers most of her life and is a very vulnerable account of her relationships to surfing, men, her friends and her family. It's an extremely unique book and there's as much self discovery as there is surfing. From breaking her neck and becoming vegan to help heal her bones to rescuing a cat and living with it aboard Swell it's a book for anyone who enjoys surfing, adventure, sailing and self growth. We talk a lot about things that happen in the book in this interview, mainly because it encompasses so much of her life. I learned a lot from Liz and I hope she becomes a role model to those of us who listen!