Mar 26, 2019
As an expert in the fitness
industry for over 25 years, Paul Plakas has seen his clients
transform right before his very eyes. Whether it’s getting someone
to run for the very first time, finish that marathon or put down
the cookie, Paul is the motivator and tough love cheerleader of
health and wellness for many. He does not mince words, so get ready
for an honest account of fitness myths, real weight loss talk, and
practical reasons to incorporate fitness and a healthy diet into
What You’ll Hear in This Episode:
- Paul’s own relationship with being overweight
and his personal experience with bullying and teasing.
Paul took control of his life and dedicated himself to getting fit
and strong at a young age.
ol’ comic book that inspired Paul to pick up his first weights and
get after it!
that you don’t start out by being perfect at working out and
training, and even more proof that it’s worth sticking
Paul finally let go of the anger he had towards his bullies, and
why the high road is much sweeter.
path that led Paul to become a personal trainer and the aspects of
his job he loves most.
common obstacles people face to maintain health and fitness, and
what we can do about them.
- Paul’s big score of getting Carrie to run a
half marathon and the feelings Carrie experienced when she ran that
real truth, myths, and misconceptions about the fitness
- Paul’s “Words to Look Out For” (long, lean,
detox, energy, and many more!) and why we should be aware of false
about Paul’s book, Lean,
Fit & Pain Free.
- Bulking up when you want to lose weight and
gaining weight from working out? Paul explains why.
fat loss is so difficult in our culture.
importance of who we surround ourselves with when it comes to
health and a fit body.
- Functionality is key when it comes to
men and women respond differently to training.
you shouldn’t believe or get discouraged by all the “perfect”
bodies you see on social media.
great mental AND physical benefits that come from getting
- Motivation for those who want to invest in
themselves, but have trouble getting started.
- “That’s one great thing about being a trainer,
you learn from your clients as well.”
is temporary, quitting lasts forever.”
about feeling good in yourself and having other people feel good
- “That’s what is cool - I know they can do it,
they just don’t know it yet.”
you are hanging around with makes a big difference in your health
Lean, Fit, & Pain Free
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