In this episode, Jared and Alex chat with Elizabeth Wipff of Strong and Bendy ( on finding your WHY and how she teaches people transcend the BS and do awesome things.

Elizabeth offers tips on:

  • What it means to be working from your built in operating system
  • How you can have multiple mission statements but only one Why
  • How to master the artistry of teaching and coaching
  • How to select a coach or teacher
  • and many more ways to become more in tune with what makes you tick and how to manifest it through your work.

Elizabeth Wipff is a personal leadership coach, movement and mobility specialist, CrossFit coach and Yoga Tune Up® teacher trainer with an insatiable eagerness to help people upgrade their bodies and their lives.

Her athletic endeavors started early: she walked at 7 months, was roller skating at 3 and did her first yoga pose at 4! As a kid she played soccer and studied dance, voice, theater, Iyengar yoga & therapeutic movement modalities. She is now crazy about about competing as a masters level Olympic Weightlifter.

This lifelong passion for movement; years of performance studies; enthusiasm for fostering healthy functional movement  in her clients; and knack for communicating  information concisely and convincingly make her a sought after teacher and coach.

Certifications and trainings  include: CrossFit Level 1, CF Gymnastics, CF Kettlebell, CF Coaches Prep, CF Olympic Lifting, CF Movement and Mobility,  USAW L1, Gil Hedley’s Compassionate Cadaver Lab, Yoga Tune Up® and multiple yoga teacher trainings.

Elizabeth has been coaching and teaching nationally since 1999 and has presented trainings and workshops at Kripalu Center for Yoga, YogaWorks studios and CrossFit boxes throughout the US.  Her Personal Coaching clients come from all over the world.

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Ep 6: Elizabeth Wipff of Strong and Bendy

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