WHY I FIGHT | Janine McCarl

WHY I FIGHT | Janine McCarl
January 7, 2019 EverybodyFights

WHY I FIGHT | JANINE MCCARL

What’s your name, where are you from, and what do you do?

My name is Janine McCarl. I was born and raised in New York.  I’ve been calling Boston my home since moving here after college. My weekdays are spent driving experiential product strategy and innovation. Outside of the office, I dedicate my time to teaching yoga, through classes, and by assisting a yoga teacher training program.

What makes you a fighter?

My perseverance makes me a fighter. The beauty of life is that, regardless of where we started, we have the space to continuously evolve. I personally wake up every day, fighting to be better version of yesterday.

What do you fight for?

I fight for growth, both our community’s and my own.

What inspires you to take the hits and keep on fighting?

I’m inspired by helping others evolve. Knowing that in order to better serve our community, I must continuously develop my own personal and physical practice, keeps me fighting.

If you could fight side-by-side with one person, past or present, who would it be?

Rosa Parks.

What is your Fight Fuel?

I’m a big smoothie fan. In general, whole, unprocessed foods keep me going.

What is your Fight Song?

Speak Life, Damian Marley; inspiring me to fight on a different level.

What’s your favorite EverybodyFights class?

TRAINxLIVE, STRENGTHxCLUB and of course, FLOWxRECOVERY.

Who is your favorite EverybodyFights Trainer, and why?

While I haven’t taken everyone’s class, Chris DaVeiga is my ‘go to’ when I want to not only work hard, but have fun. His energy and enthusiasm is truly inspiring. He motivates me to push beyond my limits. When I’m looking to center myself, Catie Macken is like the calm within the storm. Her knowledge of yoga and anatomy leads to thoughtful sequences that help deepen my understanding of the human body, and cultivate my own practice.

How do you Fight It Forward?

I fight it forward by being a shoulder to lean on; I listen to truly hear, and communicate openly and honestly. Whether I’ve known you for years, or we’ve just met, I want to learn your story and if you’d like, help you along your journey.

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