“Fitness Flipped,” a Peloton Studios Original, is where we flip the script on all the things we think we know about fitness. Each week Peloton Instructor, athlete, author & host Tunde Oyeneyin will sit down with some of the most interesting experts and personalities from the world of fitness and beyond (Olympians! Musicians! Sociologists! Comedians! Actors!) to challenge and transform some of our own ideas about health, strength and mental wellness, and maybe even ourselves. What does it really mean to be strong? Does competition actually have anything to do with winning? Is the most important thing about pushing hard actually rest? Together, we’ll find out.
Every Tuesday we will dive deep on a topic and on Friday you will hear a story from a Peloton Member about their lived experience.
We all say we want to be real and authentic. So let’s get real: How do we get over our fear of rejection of our “real” selves, imperfections and all? This week we are talking about Self Expression and how when you live a full and authentic life you are changing yourself and changing the world around you. Our guest today is 3x Emmy Award Winning Actor and the star of This Is Us, Sterling K. Brown. Sterling talks about the courage it takes to follow your truth. Sociologist Tressie McMillan Cottom joins us to talk about how we define who we are - and how that’s always evolving.
Today’s episode features Sterling K. Brown - @sterlingkbrown and Tressie McMillan Cottom - @tressiemcphd.
You can find a transcript of today's episode here.
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