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You May Not Love Exercise But Your BODY Does!

The Passion & Purpose Podcast is getting more and more popular! This week’s interview discusses the topics of Health, Nutrition, Exercise and the Mind/Body Connection!

Crystal Lowery

My guest for this episode is my friend, Crystal Lowery, an ACE Certified Personal Trainer, a Master Sports Nutritionist, a Professional Figure Competitor in the IFBB and a Life Coach. She has more than twenty years of experience in the fitness industry. You may learn more about her at:

Her mission is to inspire and empower people to participate in their daily lives with strength and vitality.


Crystal walks her talk. Some of the topics that she covers include:

  • How to make time for your health during our frenetic schedules and our personal challenge.
  •   What’s more important: nutrition or exercise?
  •   Developing good habits.
  •   Simple first steps towards health.

My favorite quote from Crystal during the podcast:

“Practice doesn’t make perfect. Practice … makes permanent!”

Of course, I selected the title of this podcast from my most favorite of Crystal’s quotes:

“You may not love exercise, but your body does!”

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Dr. Adam Sheck