Episode 11 – Leah Janzten, a life-long Athlete who’s still going strong with no plans to stop
Leah Jantzen is a high school counselor, a life coach, a mom, and oh—a competitive triathlete?! Growing up in an athletic family instilled a sense of competition in Leah from an early age. When CrossFit reignited her love of competitive sport years later, she decided to give triathlons a go. But balancing the rigorous training schedule, a day job, a business, and a family takes an amazing amount of discipline and skill! This week, we talk to entrepreneur and triathlete Leah Jantzen about her ability to manage an incredibly busy schedule, her experience working with children, and her life coaching business!
3:00 – How Leah spends her days
4:51 – Navigating too much free time
7:37 – Finding the motivation for extreme sports training during a pandemic
14:16 – Leah’s childhood
18:12 – Why women shouldn’t use their age as an excuse
21:50 – Balancing family time with triathlon training
25:50 – Leah’s kids
27:36 – Being a high school counselor and a life coach
29:41 – Coaching adults vs. coaching kids
35:54 – Consistency is difficult but super important!
40:13 – How Leah prioritizes her myriad responsibilities
51:14 – Leah’s coaching program
Thank you so much, Leah, for appearing on the podcast!
You can learn more about Leah at www.leahjantzen.com
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