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Apr 9, 2019

I am so excited to share this week’s interview. I talked to Meredith Atwood, who some of you might know better as Swim Bike Mom. She is a recovering attorney, motivational speaker and author of the newly released, Triathlon for the Every Woman: You Can Be a Triathlete. Yes. You. She is also the host of the podcast, The Same 24 Hours. Meredith lives in Overland Park, Kansas (for now!) with her husband and two children and writes about all things at Her next book, The Year of No Nonsense, will be released December 2019. You can follow her everywhere at @SwimBikeMom.


In this interview, we talked about Meredith’s books, overcoming addiction, depression and suicide, and some of the fears we have as moms. She also tells us about some of the fun things she’s discovered since her move to Overland Park, and I share my favorite places to get BBQ in the KC area. If you’ve never done a triathlon, or can’t fathom dipping a toe in the water, I still want you to listen. Meredith is real and passionate, and as we talk, you’ll learn why “just keep moving forward” has become a mantra that she lives by.

Resources from this episode:

Triathlon for the Every Woman book

Meredith's website:

Meredith's social media: @swimbikemom everywhere

Kim's favorite KC BBQ: Joe's KC (tip: you can buy it and have it shipped!)

Kim's other favorite (the one that has cheesy corn) Jack Stack

Kim's website:

Kim's social media: @PowerOfRun (Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook)

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About Kim:

Kim Peek is a movement and mindset strategist with a passion for running, triathlon and all things fitness. It's her mission to help people improve their lives through the lessons they learn while training for endurance sports and other physical activities. You can follow her on social media at @powerofrun. 

Learn how you can train for your upcoming endurance event with Kim!

Watch for Kim's book on training for an endurance event (running, triathlon) in the Spring of 2020!