Bailey Philbin is currently a special education teacher and gymnastics coach. She talks to us today about the eating disorder that robbed her of much of her collegiate gymnastics career, how that impacted her for many years and what helped her to finally heal.Bailey talks about the intensity of her training as a young girlContinue reading “Healthy, Wealthy & Wise with Bailey Philbin”
Today we interviewed one of the women who joined us in our Daniel Plan Challenge. Deb Tormey participated in cheerleading, track & field as well as basketball in high school and is now a high school guidance counselor and is currently studying clinical, mental health counseling. Deb talks about her motivation in joining the DanielContinue reading “Challenge Accepted”
As collegiate athletes, we learned that we needed to pay attention to our holistic health, body, mind and spirit. Then as we get out into the world, we often struggle to maintain that level of health. Today, Becky & Patricia discuss the importance of being healthy and issue a challenge for anyone who wantsContinue reading “Holistic Health”
Barb Cordova has been a gymnastics coach for over 20 years. Before coaching, she was a gymnast herself. Measuring perfection comes naturally. Barb shares about her relationship with perfection as an athlete and now an adult and how she keeps perspective and helps her athletes keep perspective as well. She also shares about the lossContinue reading “Measuring Perfection”
This is “Two Minute Drill | The Huddle for Women” by FCA on Vimeo: — Watch on vimeo.com/513614842/4c81345881 Check out the recap video from our virtual conference! Looking forward to 2022 when we will meet in person!
Self-described perfectionist, Gaby Go, talks about how getting her identity wrapped up in her running created a lot of problems for her. It’s easy for us to see ourselves as what we do, but that can be really detrimental. Gaby talks about how when she finally stopped putting her identity in something that she couldContinue reading “Finding Identity”
What does it mean to be weary? Weariness is different than tired. Tired implies short term. If I’m tired I might need sleep or a short break from activity. Weariness implies weight and length of time. It is lots of tired’s stacked together. Weary is overwhelmed, solemn, almost defeated. It encompasses not just the physical,Continue reading “Beyond Weary”