Anna Heinrich | How Physical Challenges Can Transform You Mentally [Revisited]

A new issue of Women’s Health hit the stands on Monday featuring the incredible Anna Heinrich in Seafolly, so we thought it would be a good time to revisit the chat we had with her earlier this year where she talks about how putting yourself through immense physical challenges can help you break out of your comfort zone. I hope you enjoy it.


For most of her life, Anna Heinrich has suffered from imposter syndrome. You wouldn’t know it from looking at her life from the outside, since she first entered the public sphere almost 10 years ago on the very first season of The Bachelor, where she met her now husband Tim Robards, with whom she shares a daughter, Elle, who is now almost 18 months old.


You also wouldn’t realise it either if you saw clips and photos of her running while on fire and generally beasting it through the challenges in this season of SAS.


But the former criminal lawyer, who recently gave up her career to become a full-time entrepreneur and work on her supplement brand Intu Wellness, says imposter syndrome has plagued her for as long as she can remember.


In this episode, she chats about how challenging herself physically and mentally, helped her to finally overcome it.


She also talks about the importance of sleep, exercise and nutrition in her wellness routine, and how surrounding herself by people who lift her up, has led to her living a life beyond what she originally thought was possible.


This podcast was hosted and produced by WH editor-in-chief Lizza Gebilagin.

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