Finding the time to work out

Finding the time to work out

with Ashley Weinbach

Ashley Weinbach who started Kick Ash Fitness in 2006 with just a small class in the back of a restaurant in New York City joins Entrepreneurial Fit Radio.

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Ashley Weinbach has been a sports enthusiast and exercise fanatic since childhood. As a teenager, she studied Tae Kwon Do to focus her mind and strengthen her body. In college, she stayed on the fitness track by heading to the gym almost daily to get that work-out high.

In 2003, she moved to New York City and soon joined Team in Training to prepare for the San Francisco Marathon. The good news is I ran a marathon! Unfortunately, I tore ligaments in my knee during training and was not able to work out for 6 months. It was torturous! This experience forced me to learn how to heal myself through a mix of different fitness techniques – aerobics, strength training, mixed martial arts (MMA) and yoga. While it was difficult having to deal with my injury after the marathon – including arthroscopic knee surgery twice in four years – having that downtime made me aware of how important fitness and health is in my life. I continue to work out daily and have found that sharing my combined passion for exercise and martial arts is my calling in life. I have been training in Muay Thai ever since.

I started Kick Ash Fitness in 2006 with just a small class in the back of a restaurant in New York City and after being featured in Time Out New York everything just took off. I now reside in Los Angeles where I currently teach group classes while seeing private clients throughout the day and have big plans to grow even bigger with children’s programs, mommy and me classes and much more.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Ashley Weinbach discuss the following:

  1. How do people starting their own business find time to work out?
  2. A lot of times people are working around the clock to get a business up and running and their eating habits tend to fall south. What are some tips to help make sure that doesn’t happen?
  3. Is eating healthy and working out enough or is there more we need to do to keep us strong and motivated?
  4. What are some easy healthy snacks that don’t take a lot of time to make?
  5. Can you get a good workout from home if you don’t have time to get to the gym?


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