Peloton Layoffs. CEO Gets the Boot. Employees Choose?

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Investment / March 10, 2022
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Peloton Layoffs have Begun Peloton, made mighty by the pandemic, has fallen on hard times. Employees are decimated. Their CEO gets the gate. What happened to cause the layoffs at Peloton? Peloton benefited greatly from the Covid-19 outbreak-induced work-from-home trend. Gyms were shuttered at the start of the viral epidemic, leaving those who valued a decent exercise without a place to go. So why all the layoffs then?…

90skid Versus Today: Getting Fit

by / ⠀Health & Fitness / May 2, 2021

The regular 90skid and kids today have different ways of getting fit. This is look back memory lane into history. The article looks at videos, pictures, and all the funky ways we have tried to stay fit over the years. From wearing legwarmers while doing aerobics to bashing truck tires with a sledgehammer, fitness trends seem to change with the season. The one thing that hasn’t changed is…

Podcast No. 2: How to Rewire Your Brain and Body for Maximum Results

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Podcast / May 19, 2015

Hey guys, I just got off the phone with Brandon Epstein from Entrepreneur Fitness and we absolutely crushed it recording our latest episode of the Live Different Podcast. Brandon just moved to Medellin, Colombia, on a whim and runs fitness boot camps for high performers. I had the chance to have a candid conversation with him and we cover everything from what being a well-rounded fit person actually…

6 Reasons Men Should Be Doing Yoga

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / October 10, 2014

Yoga is exploding in the United States. 20.4 million Americans participated in Yoga in 2012 and the number of yogis is on the rise. Not surprisingly, over 82% of these yogis are woman. Where the men at? For some reason western society as a whole associates yoga as a feminine activity, so many guys roll their eyes whenever a woman extends the invite to a yoga class. Want…

How to Eat Healthy & Stay in Shape When Traveling Abroad

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / August 19, 2014

While I wouldn’t call myself a “seasoned” traveler, I have enough stamps on my passport to fill a couple of pages. From my 2006 study abroad trip to Belgium, to a Ugandan volunteer trip, to my trip with Under30Experiences to Nicaragua, I’ve been lucky enough to catch a glimpse of various cultures and ways of life around the world. During my travels, I’ve noticed various traveler types.  To…

#EntrepreneurProblems: 6 Ways to Stay Healthy on the Road

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness Personal Finance / April 22, 2014

  When I was younger, I always thought it would be so cool to be one of those career women who are always traveling from state to state for meetings, conferences, shows or any professional gatherings. Now that I’ve become one of those traveling career ladies, I still think it’s “cool” to see a lot of places, but I’ve also realized it’s hard to stay healthy when you’re…

6 Tips for Entertaining Clients and Still Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / March 5, 2014

Traveling for work is hard, and maintaining any sort of normal, healthy lifestyle is even more difficult. With the constant eating out, entertaining clients and sleeping in new beds you are left worn out, craving comfort foods and with no energy for exercise. If traveling for work and entertaining clients is a big part of your job, then you need to make it sustainable with your lifestyle. Stop…

Traveling? Don’t Forget To Take Your Fitness & Health Habits With You!

by / ⠀Health & Fitness Travel / February 26, 2014

As young professionals or entrepreneurs, our lives may sometimes be consumed with conferences, networking events, or other activities that require a lot of traveling.  I understand the feeling of being tired and hopping off a plane, into a hotel room, and then moving straight into consecutive conferences day after day. This means that time is limited for a gym session, especially if you are arriving back to your…

3 Lessons Every Entrepreneur Can Learn From The Weight Room

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / February 24, 2014

Fitness and aesthetics have been around forever (You’ve seen the movie 300. Those dudes were ripped!). Tons of information, good and bad, gets passed around the gym that helps people achieve their fitness goals. But, what people might not realize is that there are also entrepreneurial lessons to be learned as well. #1: Perception is everything Let’s be honest, we do what we do because it makes us look…

Deconstructing an Awesome Morning and How to Achieve One

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness Travel / February 18, 2014

This past January I had the opportunity to travel to Costa Rica for the second time with Matt Wilson and the Under30Experiences crew spending 6 awesome days in the Costa Rican rainforest at Rancho Margot learning about sustainability, self-sufficiency, intentional community development, organic agriculture, and holistic lifestyle practices. Rancho Margot is a world class eco-lodge located in the middle of the jungle where you learn to appreciate the…

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