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Feed me and tell me that I’m pretty


RAPID CITY, SD (KEVN) – It started with cornering in the gym and an idea came up. Eventually a recording device was purchased and the fitness podcast Feed Me and Tell Me I’m Pretty was born. Hillary Dobbs-Davis and Audrea Martin, also known as Hillary and AJ, created the podcast for the average person looking to curb what they call superficial fitness media and reduce the conversation to a healthy lifestyle and the real problems of staying fit .

“We really want to create a community of like-minded women and men too.” Said Hillary. “People who want to be healthier. People working through the details. Whether that’s eating better, or getting more exercise, or trying to improve sleep. We want everyone to know that there is no perfect way to do this, and that we all just find out as we proceed. “

The dynamic duo cover a variety of topics with cantilevers and bumps, including what to eat, how to make your own tettle ball (not recommended according to Hillary and AJ), or how to handle tips. You are nervous. Avant-garde, with an off-the-cuff approach that makes your podcast mature but understandable.

“We have a sense of humor about the subject,” said AJ. “Sometimes it’s a little dark and twisted, but it still comes from a place of reality. We both have full-time jobs, but we’re still trying to improve. “

Hillary said, “We call ourselves the frenemies. We balance each other’s strengths and weaknesses. We’re always ready to give each other a tough time. “

Feed Me and Tell Me I’m Pretty are available in all major podcast outlets, including Spotify, Amazon, Audible, and Apple. However, before you dive into a full episode of Hillary and AJ, we recommend that you put the kids to bed first.

Hillary said, “It’s more of a grown-up humor. If you pick this heavy thing and sometimes put it down, you have to swear. So life is…”

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