Leanne Spencer

https://www.bodyshotperformance.com/

Leanne is an award-winning entrepreneur and the founder of Bodyshot Performance Limited. She delivered a TEDx talk on 'Why fitness is more important than weight', is the author of bestselling books 'Remove the Guesswork' and 'Rise and Shine', and hosts a podcast called ’Remove the Guesswork‘. Leanne is the founder of Bodyshot Performance, an award-winning health and wellbeing company. Bodyshot Performance work with businesses of up to 500 people who want to create a culture of energy, vitality and performance through the business and position wellbeing as a competitive advantage. Bodyshot intersect the latest science and technology to provide unique solutions to the challenge of wellbeing in the workplace that have a direct impact on the bottom line. Our clients have won awards for wellbeing and recognise it directly improves employee engagement and retention and attracts talent into the business.  We also work with chronically stressed or burned out professionals to get you back in control of your health and able to do the things you want to do in life.

My expertise is around health, fitness and wellbeing, specifically focusing on sleep, mental health, energy, body composition, digestion and fitness. I host a popular podcast on iTunes called ’Remove the Guesswork ‘, and in November 2016 I delivered a TEDx talk on 'Why fitness is more important than weight'. I’m the author of the bestselling books 'Remove the Guesswork' and 'Rise and Shine' and I regularly speak to corporates on health and wellbeing.

My personal values are to live truthfully, considerately and to "suck all the marrow out of life" as Thoreau said. I support the charity Diversity Role Models which works to combat homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying. I recently completed the world’s toughest ski race to raise £10,125 for Alzheimer's Research as my father-in-law was profoundly ill with Alzheimers, and I am on a constant mission to find ways to live in a way that is sustainable and environmentally friendly. I love sport, fitness, reading, gardening, business, podcasting, and being with my cat and our scampish little rescue dog, Kami from Romania.

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When Is The Best Time To Exercise And Why?

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Do Not Forget The Basics

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A Dose Of Happiness

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The Power Of Taking Regular Breaks

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Covid 19 Crisis – Mindset Is Everything!

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What Are You Doing To Set Boundaries?

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Absorb And Redirect

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Good Stress, Bad Stress

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Do You Suffer From Decision Fatigue?

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Keeping Things Simple

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Bitesize Fitness…

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How Do You Recharge?

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How To Hack Your Hotel Room

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5 Steps To Help Set Achievable Health Goals…

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How Resilient Are You?

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Do You Carry Tension In Your Body…

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What’s A Good Morning Routine?

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How To Achieve Happiness At Work

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A DOSE Of Happiness

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Another Under Appreciated Aspect Of Wellbeing…

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Your Leaders Are The Engines Of Your Business And Your Culture

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Meditation Wisdom From An 11 Year Old Boy!

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The Underappreciated Aspect of Well-being — Autonomy

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