Mar 22, 2019
In this episode, host Celeste Rains-Turk, has an enlightening,
fun, light, and juicy conversation with Eboney Chipman, a one
of a kind woman who was born in the Bahamas but now lives in
Vancouver where she turned pro in 2012 at the Canadian Nationals,
and travels with the organization Her Time as a public speaker.
Eboney gets real about the extremes of competing, including the things that shall not be mentioned. She tells us about the scary parts of prep, the beauty in it, and the comfort in shifting gears.
Eboney's prep life is very different from her improvement season and she talks about what she has done to improve her life through meditation, mindset, personal development, and staying in alignment with what she wants and what feels good.
She tells us about her passions and life outside of competing and how she determines when a good time to prep is or not. She talks about finding the right coach, and how going pro impacted her perspective on herself as an athlete.
Eboney opens up about the friendships made in the sport, how she has grown in her life, and discovered that she could put so much emphasis on more than her physical being.
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