Ingefær podcast

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Ingefær podcast

 4.6 via 874 ratings in Apple Podcasts
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A fitness podcast in Norwegian from Sara Lossius & Acast

Ingefær var en av Norges første podcaster, startet så tidlig som i 2015. Etter 167 episoder + 51 shots, med over 100 norske, skandinaviske og internasjonale gjester, er nå Ingefær historie. På høyden hadde Ingefær ca 140 000 lytt i måneden, og programleder Sara Lossius ble nominert som Årets programleder i Prix Radio i 2017. Hun har også vært seminfinalist tre ganger i Vixen Awards i kategorien trening og helse

Ingefær har tatt opp temaer som mental trening, graviditet og abort, trening og hormoner, vaner, isbading, følelser, søvn – for å nevne et lite utvalg. Sakprosaboken Litt Lykkeligere ble skrevet på bakgrunn av kunnskapen fra Ingefær og nådde raskt bestselgerlisten. Målet med Ingefær har vært å gjøre lytteren litt klokere på en god og tilgjengelig måte.

Sara finner du på og på Hun er forfatter, mentaltrener, kettlebellentusiast, badefantast, foredragsholder og kommunikasjonsrågiver. Og viktigst av alt: mamma til tre jenter.

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