The Thrive Global Podcast: Season 3, Episode 8 with Robin Arzon

"We are so much stronger than we think we are, and our backbones are incredibly resilient."

Adrianna Casiano for iHeartRadio
Adrianna Casiano for iHeartRadio

You may be used to seeing Robin Arzon astride her Peloton bike, exhorting you to work out your hardest to the tune of one of her signature playlists. As the company’s VP of Fitness, Robin embodies the saying “life is a marathon, not a sprint” — she’s run 26 of them, including one time, 5 races in 5 days. A former 80-hour-a-week corporate lawyer and the survivor of a harrowing attack, Robin has channeled these life experiences into a popular book, Shut Up and Run, and an undeniably refreshing outlook. “We can repair. We’re made to repair,” she tells Arianna Huffington. Tune in to give your own well-being a workout.

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