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The Gonzo Experience podcast features interviews with entrepreneurial thought leaders who share candid stories, insights, and wisdom. Episodes include topics on entrepreneurship, business, health, mindset, and much more! Host David Mammano has built a great platform for entrepreneurs on the go and The Gonzo Experience is now one of the top-ranked Business and Self-Development podcasts on iTunes. Guests on the show have included powerhouses like Grant Cardone, Ed Mylett, Ellen Latham, Jack Daly, Sharon Lechter, Kevin Harrington and so many more. If you’re looking to grow or start a business and you’re a game-changer, then dive into The Gonzo Experience with David “Gonzo” Mammano.
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Feb 8, 2017

Tara Christopher has been in the health industry for 30 years. She started as a competitive AAU swimmer at the age of 5 swimming five days a week and completed her first swim-a-thon at age 9. She continued swim-a-thons annually to raise money for different non profit organization. At 12 years old was the first 20 mile walk-a-thon. The understanding of the power of her own body to help others and be grateful for health began at a very young age.

Tara began teaching Aerobics and was part of a team that opened a health club at the age of 17. While opening the new health club McDonald’s was trying to incorporate the veggie burger and Tara hosted the McDonalds commercial to launch the idea of a healthier choice. Always one that was up for the challenge, she did her first sprint triathlon at 21 years old. She was featured on the cover of Triathlon program as the cyclist.

After moving locations to teach weight training and classes she was invited to speak at the corporate office of Anheuser Busch inspiring a room full of upper management and executives to educate them on exercise and better nutrition. This was the first of many engagements to teach health and wellness.

After she received her degree from Hunter College, she launched a successful career at a highly demanding gym on 57th street in NYC. Her strategy was to develop a roadmap for individuals to reach their goals based on their own health needs. With her rapid growth and success she launched her own business on 57th street at Lift gym NYC. In the process of launching her business she finished the NYC marathon. Since then, she has completed many endurance events including the Ford Ironman.

Throughout her career she was featured many national publication, was in an exercise layout in fitness plus, wrote a TV clip for Life Time Live and featured in the episode, was chosen to represent a book Baby to Bikini traveling to many news morning shows. In 2012 she was on Dateline NBC as “the coach”, After the showing, the clip was featured on TMZ and the O’Reilly factor. With social media and the changing format Tara was inspired to reach to many people with her message. This lead to her passion to spread the word Just Keep On Movin!!!

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Why Tara likes working with entrepreneurs on their health
  • Why entrepreneurs are losing extra time by thinking they don’t have the time to focus on their health
  • How to start focusing on your health and not get overwhelmed
  • What a “perfect” health day looks like
  • How to start adding meditation into your life
  • How much a poor diet really affects you
  • Why you should stop eating after 6 PM
  • Staying in tune with what your body is feeling and using supplements to get everything you need
  • Tara’s book “50 Million Pounds America”
  • Thinking about your life as a stock market: if you had a bad day today, you need a good day tomorrow
  • How you can get derailed by thoughts that appear insignificant but really aren’t

Ways to contact Tara:

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