Stephanie Lincoln is a former Army Captain. She is an AFAA Certified Personal Trainer and holds several group fitness certifications. Her personal style to fitness is mainly the use of high intensity intervals, for short, but efficient workouts. She loves burpees and detests leg day, but does it anyways. Her motto is “Fit to Fight” because although she may not wear the uniform anymore, she should still be in peak shape and be ready to respond to any situation. She also is an Eating Psychology Specialist and specializes in helping people with the hardest part of the weight loss journey, the mental barriers and self sabotage that we engage in that get in our way.
In this Episode, you will learn:
- Stephanie’s background and experience
- Transitioning out of the military and into mental health
- Unique nature of National Guard and Reserve Service Members
- First Responder Mental Health
- Providing a wide range of options for wellness
- Coaching and Mentoring
- Veterans Working with Veterans for Fitness
- Fireteam Whiskey program
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