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Going BIG with Pro Cyclist and Author Selene Yeager

Selene Yeager redefines what it means to be a working mom. She’s a pro cyclist who also pens fitness features for major magazines and endemics alike, and authors best-selling books. Through all this, she’s present as both a parent and partner on the home front. This is a woman who listens to her intuition and as a result, she’s built a big life void of compromise and full of inspiration! Follow Intrepid Entrepreneur to get more updates by joining our community on Twitter (@GoLivingUber) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/LivingUber). Don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe and share with a friend who you think will be inspired!

Selene Yeager is a top-selling professional health and fitness writer who lives what she writes as a NASM certified personal trainer, USA Cycling certified coach, elite mountain bike racer with Rare Disease Cycling, and All-American Ironman triathlete. She has authored, co-authored, and contributed to more than two dozen book titles, including Get Fast, Ride Your Way Lean, and Rusch to Glory, and she dishes out training advice monthly as Bicycling Magazine’s “Fit Chick.” Her work has appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers including Details, Shape, O, the Oprah Magazine, Dr. Oz The Good Life, Fitness, Redbook, Men’s Health, Marie Claire, Better Homes & Gardens, Good Housekeeping, Runner’s World, More, Cooking Light, and Cosmopolitan. Yeager was nominated for a 2007 National Magazine Award for excellence in service journalism for her work in Bicycling Magazine.

Habit for Success?

“I listen to my intuition, not to what other people think I should do.”

Pivot Moment?

Selene had been told by her colleagues time and time again that she should race bikes. “I just had a tough time believing that I was fast,” she said. But then she took them up on it and found that they were right! Now she’s a professional cyclist riding for Rare Disease Cycling and is an All-American Ironman Triathlete.

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Interview Links:

Rusch to Glory (Rebecca Rusch’s story)
Get Fast!
Bike Your Butt Off
Ride Your Way Lean
And coming in September: The Bicycling Big Book of Cycling for Women

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