Episode #253: Wow, this interview was freaking awesome! From the moment that I talked to Jay Nixon off air, I knew that he was going to bring serious knowledge but the sheer fire of one-liners and focus on Mindset was incredible. Jay believes in "living on purpose" and provides transformational life skills to his clients and certainly the Let's Go Win audience. He is 48 years old, 8% body fat, and full of energy. Jay explains why being in shape and physically fit matters and how it leads to winning. You will hear why defining the terms of your life is crucial, how we eat too much and too often, and what "auditing your inputs" can do for you. Join us and find out how you can start winning in life both physically and mentally. This episode is awesome, so join us to be entertained, educated, and inspired simultaneously! I would be grateful if you would rate, review, and subscribe to the Let's Go Win podcast. Thank you and Let's all Go Win!
Jay Nixon is an accomplished speaker, author, coach, and mentor whose mission is to disrupt the health and fitness industry. His mission is to cure obesity by focusing on the real issues and getting people off the diet rollercoaster. He is the owner of Thrive Fitness Studio in Palm Desert, California, and the creator of the Thrive Forever Fit Transformation Program and The Hero Academy - two of the industries leading personal and professional development programs designed to help you live your best life.
Recognized as a lululemon Ambassador and dubbed by CBS News as "One of the best fitness and nutrition experts in the business," Jay has been featured on ABC and FOX and in Health and Triathlete Magazine.
Jay is the author of the Amazon best-selling books The Overweight Mind - The Undeniable Truth Behind Why You're Not Losing Weight and The Purpose of Pain - How to Turn Tragedy into Triumph, Because Life's Not Supposed to Suck!
Supplement Line: https://www.thriveforeverfit.com/store
Amazon Best Selling Books:
The Overweight Mind: http://www.theoverweightmind.com
The Purpose of Pain: http://www.thepurposeofpain.com