Health Advocate and Entrepreneur Lauren Cole on Life After AAU Sports

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On episode 22 of The PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT Show, health and fitness advocate Lauren Cole shares her take on AAU sports, why she stays passionate about taking care of her body for a lifetime, and some super exciting news!!!
 
Sports have been a part of the Tallahassee, FL native’s life since the age of five, and even after a career-ending track & field injury, the health and fitness industry has remained a key component in her decade-long professional career. Tune in to hear how she balances being a wife, mother, sports performance trainer, personal trainer, nutrition store co-owner, and running a supplement manufacturing company with her husband.

 

 

In less than 24 hours, this season 2 finale started leading as our most popular episode of 2019!
 

 


 

 

Follow Lauren Cole on Instagram at @laurenlease for updates.
 

Keep reading for some highlights from the interview with the health professional. 

 

On her favorite coach:

“I would have to say that my favorite coach was my Mom… she was tough. If it was not track related, at least at practice, don’t talk to her about it. She helped me understand not to take things personally. Business is business.”

On making your health a priority:

“You have to learn how to take of your body, because time is going to take care of you. Whether you like it or not, it is inevitable that's what is going to happen.” 

On what PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT means to her:

"That there isn’t anything that I can not do."  
   
 

FOUNDER | Aeshia is living her dream. The social entrepreneur unites and empowers girls to be health leaders in their communities. The child obesity epidemic along with the void of entertaining yet positive fitness content and events for young women (ages 13-22) led to the conception and rapid growth of her passionate venture. Before creating Pretty Girls Sweat, Aeshia worked in the TV industry for over 9 years - working her way up from an intern at ABC to a producer on Sundance Channel's celebrated, primetime series ICONOCLASTS. The former high school athlete (track, volleyball, and basketball) and proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. was also a model for Wilhelmina in New York City. In her free time, the wife and mother of three girls enjoys reading inspirational books, listening to music, eating great food with friends, and enjoying the outdoors.