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Below is an archive of all press for The Inner Fitness Project and Founder and CEO, Tina Lifford. Some links may expire over time.


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How To Improve Mental Fitness & What It Entails - The Zoe Report - May 9th, 2022 - "The World Health Organization predicts that the most significant global health risk by 2030 will be depression. We can, and must, redesign our approach to well-being.,” explains Tina Lifford, actor, CEO of The Inner Fitness Project, and author of The Little Book of Big Lies: A Journey Into Inner Fitness.


For Better Health, Try Fitness From - The New York Times - March 31st, 2022 - “Inner fitness means developing the mental, emotional and spiritual skills and practices that foster resilience,” said Tina Lifford, author of “The Little Book of Big Lies: A Journey Into Inner Fitness.” “I’d like to see the idea of inner fitness become as ubiquitous, well understood and actionable as physical fitness.”


6 Sublime Solo Retreats Sisters Will Appreciate - Sisters from AARP - April 29th, 2022 - "[R]eserve your spot for an empowering weekend workshop. 'How to be (With) Your Self' (Sept. 16-18) hosted by Tina Lifford, an actress and CEO of the Inner Fitness Project."



Hollywood Actress Tina Lifford Shares How Critical Inner Fitness Is To Achieving Goals - Forbes- December 7th, 2021 -"Tina Lifford, actress, author and founder of the Inner Fitness Project, is on a mission to help others be inner fit and combat the projection that by 2030 the biggest health scare the nation will face is depression."


Interview with Tina Lifford: ‘Queen Sugar’ and ‘A Holiday in Harlem’ Black Girl Nerds- November 2021 -"Inner fitness is truly just the inverse of physical fitness. It is important for every human being to be mindful of basic practices that support physical fitness. Every human being needs to have basic information about their inner resilience, inner flexibility, and inner power."


Tina Lifford of ‘Queen Sugar’ talks about her groundbreaking role and ‘inner fitness’ - The Grio -October 12th, 2021 -"Actress Tina Lifford plays an auntie on TV. Those vibes are present in real life as well. On a Zoom call, she asked a frazzled interviewer if she needed more time with the kind of polite firmness that anyone would recognize from their real-life aunt."


Catching Up with Tina Lifford - New York Live (NBC) -September 14th, 2021 -"Tina Lifford chats “Queen Sugar,” The Inner Fitness Project, and more with Ashley Bellman.




21 Books That Will Make 2021 Your Best Year Yet - Forbes- January 4th, 2021 -"No matter who you are, life is hard. It comes along with a whole lot of drama, fear, and pain. But you must continue pressing forward, even through the toughest of times. Tina Lifford, actress and founder of The Inner Fitness Project, shares practical, meaningful insights about facing life’s curve balls head on."


Tina Lifford Interview - The Tamron Hall Show - April 1st, 2020 - “Queen Sugar” actress Tina Lifford on changing your self-perception to start building inner health and well-being.





Tina Lifford of 'Queen Sugar' shares her secret to fighting self-doubt - Know Your Value (NBC) - December 17th, 2019 - She’s sharing her hard-won life lessons and strategies in her new book, “The Little Book of Big Lies: A Journey into Inner Fitness,” which she hopes will help readers chart their own path toward feeling their best by taking charge of their internal world.


Tina Lifford on Her Book “The Little Book of Big Lies” and More! - The Real- December 1st, 2019 - Tina Lifford, Aunt Vi on OWN's Queen Sugar joins the women of The Real to talk about her new book and more.




Tina Lifford Interview - The Breakfast Club - November 26th, 2019 - Tina Lifford on Inner Fitness, Outer Beauty, The Little Book Of Big Lies, and more.




Tina Lifford on the importance of women being strong - The Today Show- November 20th, 2019 - “The Little Book of Big Lies,” which encourages women to thrive instead of merely survive. {Lifford) says inner fitness is as important as physical fitness and women need to focus on developing skills to remain less stressed and become more resilient.