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      "Weight loss takes time and commitment, there are no quick fixes. Be realistic about what you are trying to accomplish and make sure that you find a healthy way to reach your goals." - Lauren Gibbs, Olympic Medalist Athlete

      Lauren Gibbs is a US Olympian in the sport of bobsled, a Brown University graduate, and has her Executive MBA from Pepperdine.  Lauren has been an athlete all of her life, she started soccer at 8 years and played a variety of sports through high school.  At Brown she decided to focus on Volleyball. As a member of the “1,000 kill club” at Brown, Lauren has the fourth most kills in Brown Volleyball history. She was a captain her senior year and named to the Academic All-Ivy and the 2nd Team All-Ivy teams.  When she graduated college Lauren went to work in sales and saw success in a number of industries. At 30 years, Lauren was unsatisfied at work so she took a chance and tried out for the US National Bobsled Team. After making the team as a rookie she has made the National team every year following. She has multiple World Cup medals, finished 3rd in World Championships with pilot Elana Meyers-Taylor in 2016 and then Silver in the 2018 Winter Olympics, again with Meyers-Taylor. Now Lauren is continuing to train and compete in the sport of bobsled in hopes of once again representing her country at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. To fund her training and fulfill her passion for corporate level coaching and training, Lauren pulls from her experience in Corporate America and elite level sports and is retained by organization throughout the US to speak on topics such as: goal setting, overcoming adversity, leadership, achieving excellence and much more. To inquire about hiring Lauren to speak at your next event click here. To hear her Tedx talk on her journey from Corporate America to the Olympic podium click here.

      "For my sport I have to be both strong and fast to train like an Olympic lifter and sprinter. I train 6 days a week with two of those days being recovery based workouts. My focus in training, since I am on the older side of my sport is to train smarter not just harder.  Quality over quality is my focus."

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