Pam Moore



Pam Moore is an occupational therapist-turned-award-winning health and fitness freelance writer, speaker, and podcaster. Her writing has also appeared in outlets including The Washington Post, The Guardian, Time, Runner's World, Outside, SELF, and Forbes. A weight neutral-positive health coach, certified personal trainer, six-time marathoner, and two-time Ironman finisher, Pam is also the host of the Real Fit podcast, featuring real conversations with women athletes about body image, confidence, and more. Her mission is to let women know they are already enough. She lives with her family in Boulder, Colo. Visit her at

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The team at The Ness Well is composed of people who live and die by their morning rituals, will go to lengths to find the best sweat-wicking running socks, and are known in their network as the go-to person for a spa recommendation. In other words, we love the world of wellness. Our editorial team’s work has been featured in some of the biggest brands in the health and wellness space, like Greatist, Prevention, Elemental, and Self.

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Articles by Pam Moore

Theraband, Bala, and Sportneer wrist and ankle weights on wooden block.

Fitness | Fitness Gear

The Best Ankle Weights for At-Home Workouts

It’s easy to find workout or wellness gear that serves a not-so-secret…

Eating Well | Nutrition

The 3 Best Water Tracker Apps for Hydration

It’s no secret that hydration is an important part of wellness. But…
holding mug with mushroom coffee

Dietary Supplements | Nutrition

The Best Mushroom Coffee for Your Morning

Caffeinated fungus is having a moment. Medicinal mushrooms like lion’s mane and…
testing booty bands

Fitness | Fitness Gear

The 3 Best Booty Bands and Resistance Bands for Glutes

Maybe you’re just starting to get into a workout routine, or perhaps…