S A U N A I E Presents Boosting Your Memory q u o t e s: Respect yourself Enough to Walk Away from anything that no longer Serves you, Grows You, or Makes You Happy. 2nd: Hurt People Hurt People S e g m e n t s: Boosting Memory 1. Get Moving - if you're overweight, your mental health will 25% faster than someone who's healthy. 2. Spicy Food - Spices like Cumin, Tumeric, & Cilantro offer memory boosting effects. 3. Stop Multi-tasking - Divided attention reduces productivity & ability to remember details. 4. Drinking Coffee - Regular coffee drinking can reduce your odds of developing Alzheimer's by up to 65%. 5. Clear Clutter - De-Clutter your life for faster Mental Processing & Brain Performance. 6. Eat Your Vegetables - Cartenoids found in Broccoli, Cabbage, & Kale protect the brain fat that helps nerves communicate & pass information. 7. Hit Snooze - Sleep is Vital to information processing, data sorting, & forming new memories that stick. 8. Learn a Foreign Language - 2nd languages reduce age-related Mental Decline & Produce higher Levels of Brain Plasticity. 9. Stop Stressing - Stress Hormones use up Glucose that should be feeding brain cells. Over time this prevents new memories from being stored & old ones from being accessed. h o u s e k e e p i n g Share Review Subscribe o u t r o: Don't Let Your Loyalty Become Slavery. If they don't appreciate what you bring to the table, let them eat alone. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/saunaie/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/saunaie/support
Are you dragging your feet on being obedient? Listen to this episode Cast Your Cares Journals - Pink Edition + Mint Green Edition Cast Your Cares is a guided journal for Christian women who are seeking to build confidence, fight anxiety, and stop overthinking with the use of God's word. Shop Now on Amazon (Click the Mint Green version to read the reviews and see the inside of the journal) Free class: How to Execute Your God-Projects while working a 9-5 Join me for this free class happening Thursday May 11, 2023 at 8pm est. Click HERE to save your seat.
One of the most common questions we tend to ask to get to know a person better is, "What do you like to do for fun?" Let's Get Moving Host Maria Shilaos speaks with Emma Parkhurst, USU Extension Assistant Professor in the Home and Community Department, to learn what counts as a hobby and why engaging in one—or even a few—brings us joy. Instagram: @movingmaria Facebook: Let's Get Moving with Maria Website: https://linktr.ee/letsgetmovingwithmariaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Parenting can be stressful, especially for new parents who are just starting to figure out how to properly take care of their baby. Let's Get Moving Host Maria Shilaos speaks with Studio 5 KSL's Parenting Contributor Heather Johnson to discuss what causes this stress, why mothers tend to worry more than fathers do, and how new parents can work together to help manage that stress. Instagram: @movingmaria Facebook: Let's Get Moving with Maria Website: https://linktr.ee/letsgetmovingwithmariaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
First Baptist Broken Arrow - ReFill
A sermon by Pastor Matt Brooks. First Baptist Church Broken Arrow is located at 100 W. Albany in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. We would love to connect with you online and in-person! We would love to connect with you on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fbcbrokenarrow You can also check out our website: https://www.fbcba.org
MAX ORDINATE • The Precision Rifle Podcast
Its basic matrix theory. Go fast but dont go fast! Not sure is thats even a thing but it sounded good. Today! It is Jeph's birthday so the dynamic duo sit down to discuss training plans for this weekend. The Get Moving target and how it can help you progress your speed! So often shooters want to go fast but dont understand they dont need to shoot faster. But movement. Efficiency. is the key. Enjoy this episode and let us know how the drill went for you. For a more personal connection to the hosts, be sure to follow Tyler Hughes on Instagram @tyler_hughes_ss and Jeph Savaglio @savage422. Thank you to our show sponsor Howitzer Clothing. Manufacturer and designer of great clothing made for everyday wear while holding up to the rigors of the range! Howitzer is a huge supporter of LE and Military with their Blue Lion Program. Go check them out at www.howitzerclothing.com. You can also follow them on social media, @howitzerclothing. Check out our website: www.MaxOrdinate.com Your source for the nation's leading long range precision rifle training. Visit out “Free Training” section for a mountain of free downloads to elevate your range training. In our products sections, don't forget to look at our targets for purchase that will guide your range sessions for more productivity. Hoodies. T-shirts. SWAG. Get your Max Ordinate fix now! VIP Subscribers: http://www.patreon.com/maxordinate1 - Custom RSS feed - Exclusive content, shows, targets, training tools, training videos, and more! - Only $8 a month! Follow our company on social media: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/maxordinate Facebook: http://www.instagram.com/maxordinate Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/@maxordinate #sniper #snipertarget #marines #military #scoutsniper #lawenforcement #police #cops #swat #precisionrifle #longrangeshooting #westcoastshooters #longrangeprecision #rifle #sniperrifle #snipertraining #precisionrifletraining #windcalling #ballistics #trajectory #targetimpact #hostage #tripodshooting #barricadeshooting #triggercontrol #marksmanshipfundamentals #marksmanship #hunter #hunting #optics #riflescope #bipods #specialforces #marinerecon #urbansniper #shorts#short#precisionrifle#huntinglife#longrangeshooting#boltaction#riflechassis#accuraterifle#longrangehunting#shooterready#mdt Sniper, sniper target, marines, military, scout sniper, law enforcement, police, cops, swat, precision rifle, long range shooting, west coast shooters, long range precision, rifle ,sniper rifle, sniper training, precision rifle training ,wind calling, ballistics, trajectory, target impact, hostage, tripod shooting, barricade shooting, trigger control, marksmanship fundamentals, marksmanship, hunter, hunting, optics, riflescope, bipods, special forces, marine recon, urban sniper,
The spring real estate season has arrived but there hasn't been much change in market conditions. Mortgage rates are still higher than most consumers would like, housing inventory remains low, and until we see a significant uptick in construction these market conditions will hold. How long until things get moving again? What concerns are there in the meantime? In this episode, WFG Chairman & Founder Patrick Stone offers insight and direction.
Check out these six empowering habits to level up your life and leadership game: #1 - Say "Nope" to Toxic Vibes Want to crush it as a leader? Start by cutting out distractions and bad habits. Take control of your actions and mindset to steer your life in the right direction. Avoid toxic influences like drugs, alcohol, negative people, and partying too hard. Instead, surround yourself with uplifting and supportive individuals who can help you stay focused and be your best self. Sure, it might be tough at first, but you'll soon find that saying no to negative influences will lead to increased focus, energy, and overall well-being. #2 - Find Your Zen Daily Make time for meditation every day. It doesn't matter what type; just do it. Clearing your mind and focusing on your inner state will help you develop self-awareness, inner peace, and mental clarity. Remember: "Slow is smooth, and smooth is fast." By meditating, you're giving yourself the chance to slow down, reflect, and find inner calm, which will help you tackle your personal and professional life with greater focus, patience, efficiency, and resilience. #3 - Get Moving and Make Mornings Count Kick-start your day with some physical activity. The benefits go beyond just physical gains; regular exercise can also boost your mood, reduce stress, and sharpen your mental acuity. Start small with jogging, swimming, or yoga, and build up from there. The main thing is to commit to prioritizing your health and making exercise a daily routine. You'll soon find that you have more energy, increased focus, and a better ability to tackle the day's challenges. #4 - Grow Your Tribe Through Authentic Content In this digital age, your audience is everything. Create engaging, high-quality content to build a massive following, increase your brand's visibility, and establish yourself as an industry thought leader. Be real, engaging, and vulnerable when sharing your personal experiences, failures, and accomplishments. To maximize your impact, choose two platforms and commit to daily content creation. Consistency will help you attract a dedicated community of like-minded individuals who share your passion and values. As your audience grows, so will your opportunities for collaboration, networking, and generating revenue. #5 - Strengthen Your Business Systems Your success relies on the power of your business systems. Identify the areas that need improvement and work diligently to enhance them. Map out the ten core systems in your business that require attention, such as audience growth, marketing, sales, or product development. Tackle them one by one, optimizing each aspect to propel your business forward. As you strengthen these systems, you'll find that your business becomes more efficient, agile, and competitive, allowing you to scale and achieve your goals faster. #6 - Mornings Are for Deep Work, Not Meetings As a founder, time is your most valuable asset. Reserve your mornings for deep, focused work. Block off your calendar from 8 am to noon every day, ensuring that no meetings or distractions interfere. During this time, concentrate on your most important tasks and make progress on your highest-priority projects. By setting aside four hours each day for deep work, you'll find that your productivity skyrockets, allowing you to achieve more in a day than most people do in a week. This dedicated time for focused work will enable you to build momentum and achieve exponential growth, leaving your competitors behind. So there you have it, millennial leaders! Adopt these six powerful habits and watch your life and leadership skills soar to new heights. And remember to tune in to the Self Aware Leader Podcast with host Jason Rigby. Give your support to the Self Aware Leader Podcast by rating us on Apple Podcasts or awarding us a 5-star review on Spotify. Stay connected and join our growing community by following us on Instagram at @selfawareleaderpodcast and on Twitter at @selfawarepod. Your engagement helps us continue delivering thought-provoking content and inspiring stories for leaders like you.
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Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
For anyone looking to ignite their fat-burning metabolism, boost their energy, and transform how they look and feel, they must start taking care of their liver. Your liver is your body's master detoxifier. It performs over 500 key functions in your body every single day. After decades of wear and tear, our livers slow down and become sluggish. Fortunately, there's a simple, all-natural solution that I recommend. It's called Liver Health Formula. Liver Health Formula contains 12 powerful botanicals clinically proven to recharge and protect your liver at the cellular level. It helps restore your liver's detoxifying abilities. Try Liver Health Formula completely risk-free, and receive 5 FREE gifts when you order today. Just go to GetLiverHelp.com/Jockers to claim your risk-free supply of Liver Health Formula and all 5 bonus gifts. Today's episode is proudly sponsored by Paleovalley Organic Supergreens, a delicious blend of 23 organic superfoods to energize your body! Paleovalley Organic Supergreens uses only the finest, most bioavailable superfoods helping your body absorb those valuable vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and enzymes found in each delicious serving. Paleovalley Organic Supergreens is a certified organic, gut-friendly, and nutrient-rich drink you and your kids are sure to love! Hurry and grab yours from Paleovalley.com and be sure to use code JOCKERS at checkout for an extra 15% off! Are your joints painful? Do you suffer from daily discomfort? As it stands today, chronic pain affects more Americans than DIABETES, HEART DISEASE, and CANCER combined. In fact, chronic pain is THE NUMBER ONE reason Americans access the Healthcare system today. However, many people believe their only option for pain relief is found in drugstore options such as Ibuprofen, Advil, and Tylenol (to name a few). Tragically, most people are unaware that these pain meds do more HARM than good. Common side effects include Headaches, Liver and Kidney issues, High Blood Pressure, and in rare cases – even death. Not to mention, they are just masking your pain... Giving you temporary relief... While this may sound all doom and gloom, I do have good news... There is an all-natural solution that addresses the root cause of your discomfort... A REAL solution that allows you to get back to being YOU! And that solution is called Curcumin Gold made by my friends at Purality Health. Curcumin Gold contains Turmeric Curcumin Extract, Vegan Omega-3s, & Ginger Oil. These carefully selected ingredients support healthy joint function and address the root cause of inflammation within your body. Trust me when I say you won't find anything else on the market quite like this. In fact, my friends over at Purality Health have a patented formula that utilizes something called ‘MICELLE LIPOSOMAL' technology which delivers the nutrients into your bloodstream – proven to be 800% more efficient! Even better, it's backed by a 180-day money-back guarantee. And today, we have a 30% OFF coupon for you! Visit puralityhealth.com and use the coupon "DRJ" to access 30% OFF today! Are you ready to increase your energy in the morning for increased mental clarity and vitality? Get a great start to your day, without caffeine, using these five powerful strategies from Dr. Jockers that all work on a cellular level. And there's a bonus sixth tip too! Calming our mitochondria so that we can produce what we need to do on a daily basis, with sustained energy, is the name of the game here. It starts with getting moving and moves on to getting a healthy dose of sunlight (infrared and red light is key). Exposing yourself to the natural vibrations of the earth (electromagnetic frequency) is next, and there's also cold exposure and hydration to explore as strategies to help quit that (perhaps) unnecessary cup of coffee first thing in the morning. Please join Dr. Jockers and feel alive in the mornings! “Going out and taking a walk can be one of the most powerful things you do to improve your energy and keep it sustained so you have all day energy throughout the day." -Dr. David Jockers Subscribe to the podcast on: Apple Podcast Stitcher Spotify PodBean TuneIn Radio In This Episode: Is Dr. Jockers against caffeine? What is the liver enzyme called CYP1A2 for? Caffeine as an adenosine receptor antagonist — what that means What happens when our mitochondria get hypermetabolic? Get Moving! What are the benefits of moving? The importance of sun exposure What can you do if it's cold or raining? What does grounding mean? Is cold exposure stressful for your body? Why does your energy go up after a cold shower? Starting with small doses of cold exposure Dehydrating overnight and then hydrating first thing in the morning Using a pinch of salt to increase water absorption The importance of a good bowel movement Bonus Tip! Breath holding exercises Resources: Claim your risk-free supply of Liver Health Formula and all 5 bonus gifts – GetLiverHelp.com/Jockers Paleovalley Organic Supergreens - use code JOCKERS at checkout for an extra 15% off Curcumin Gold - Visit puralityhealth.com and use coupon "DRJ" to access 30% OFF today! Connect with Dr. Jockers: Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/drjockers/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/DrDavidJockers YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/user/djockers Website – https://drjockers.com/ ● If you are interested in being a guest on the show, we would love to hear from you! Please contact us here! - https://drjockers.com/join-us-dr-jockers-functional-nutrition-podcast/
WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? GET MOVING!Many sellers feel that their pipeline is moving really slowly. What most of them are not considering is that they might be causing it because of the lack of sense of urgency. What is a sense of urgency? What's the 90-day lag time? What is it that you need to be doing about it? Tune in and learn about this with Walker in this latest episode of No BS Sales School. NON-BS WORDS TO THE WISETHE BEST PEOPLE HAVE A SENSE OF URGENCY“The best producers in the world, and probably some of the smartest, most successful people in the world have a sense of urgency. They have a sense of urgency because they have a sense of purpose or reason to move forward.”FIND A SENSE OF URGENCY TO GET THINGS DONE TODAY“Find a sense of urgency or reason why it makes sense for your prospect today, To get help today, to move towards getting a yes or a no today. Great selling is getting decisions.”Where to find Walker:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/walkermckay/Twitter: https://twitter.com/walkermckayInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/nobssalesschool/Free Training Course: http://www.7salesmistakes.com/Website: https://www.walkermckay.com/
Investing For Freedom with Mike Ayala
Welcome back to the Investing for Freedom Podcast. Today's show is all about the importance of knowing your numbers. As an investor or business owner, it's crucial to have a deep understanding of your financials so you can make informed decisions and identify the best opportunities. But don't worry, you don't need to be a math whiz to succeed. Simplifying your numbers can make all the difference. And once you have a clear picture of your financials, you can take action on good deals and create wealth for yourself and your investors. And if you're a high-performing individual looking to connect with a community of like-minded entrepreneurs, you won't want to miss out on the Investing for Freedom Elite Community. This exclusive group is packed with successful individuals who are eager to support each other and help one another grow. With weekly Q&A's and guest speakers, you'll have access to a wealth of knowledge and resources. So what are you waiting for? Text "elite" to 480-531-7519 or visit freedomelite.co to learn more and join the Investing for Freedom Elite Community today! Never Miss An Episode! Follow the Podcast on: Apple Spotify YouTube Stitcher Google Podcasts Android Visit InvestingForFreedom.co. Follow Mike Ayala on: Instagram Twitter Facebook Tik Tok LinkedIn
For this week's episode of the Being Black and Creating Space series, we're talking to Coach Zha! Zha is the founder of @coachzha and @blackgirlspilatesclub. Zha created @blackgirlspilatesclub, a digital and live wellness community created to celebrate, invigorate, and educate Black womxn and girls on the art of Pilates. As a solidcore instructor and mat pilates instructor in training, Zha is ensuring Black womxn and Girls feel supported and seen in this space to be able to focus their efforts on training and not microaggressions.Join in as we talk about Zha's journey creating Black Girls Pilates Club, how she's gotten to where she is, and how she navigates the wellness space as a Black woman!Resources:Follow Coach Zha's instagram and Black Girls Pilates Club instagram!Subscribe to my monthly newsletter at iamcamillesmith.com for sneak peaks on guests!Follow our instagrams!IG: @thebeingblackpodcast @iamcamillesmith
Teresa Elias is the executive director for digital and brand strategy at USANA. In addition to helping shape the future of USANA's digital campaigns, Teresa is the architect of the Start Something! campaign, which is all about finding what motivates you and sharing it with others. As she discusses her healthy journey and the lasting changes she made along the way, Teresa shares ways to inspire and motivate you to make small changes for noticeable results. Because the best way to break a bad habit is to start a good one, she'll share her tips for starting a simple exercise program, smart diet ideas, and how to build a healthy habit. It's a wonderful conversation with suggestions for taking small steps to achieve personal victories. Getting started is just the beginning. Follow Teresa on Instagram and Twitter. YouTube: Start Something Learn more. It's the first episode of Season 3. New episodes drop every other Tuesday. Don't miss a single show—subscribe, rate, and review the podcast.
The NFL offseason will have some big names at the biggest positions set to move into different cities. We talk about Aaron Rodgers, Derek Carr and more!
For today's episode, I have with me Mary Katherine Stahl who is the Fit Body Boot Camp's franchise owner and community manager. She encourages others to be their best selves by sharing her love of health and fitness. Today she is not only passionate about helping her clients but also about providing her team with opportunities to grow. MK gives a lot of credit to accomplishment in creating a sense of community and culture inside her company. She thinks the secret to running a great business and maintaining healthy relationships is team. She will now share her journey and how she got to the place she is now. Learn a lot from this episode and enjoy! “If you could allow yourself to get to that emotional state where you're so proud of yourself, and you love yourself and you're so full of gratitude for all the work that you're about to do. You can get your mind there first. Allow yourself to feel it before you even are there and you will easier move yourself to that to that goal.” The importance of making time for intentional movement Giving advice for people who are new to fitness Tips for working out and fertility Connect with me: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / info@HappyWholeYou.com Website: www.happywholeyou.com / https://linktr.ee/happywholeyou Instagram: @happywholeyou Facebook: Happy Whole You LinkedIn: Anna Marie Frank Venmo: @happywholeyou
Do you often get lazy during the winter? It's normal. Let's Get Moving Host Maria Shilaos speaks with Emily Nelson, CEO/Co-owner of High Fitness and Fitness Expert at Studio 5 KSL, to discuss how you can motivate yourself to break out of the cycle of laziness.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
America Can We Talk w/ Debbie Georgatos
Turkish Earthquake & WHY America's Generosity;China's Balloon & Biden's Corruption;Ilhan: Committee Removal Justified?;GOP Committees- Get Moving Now!Follow Debbie Georgatos!WEBSITE: http://americacanwetalk.orgFACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/AmericaCanWeTalkAmerica Can We Talk is a show with a mission — to speak up for the extraordinary and unique greatness of America. I talk about the top issues of the day facing America, often with insightful guests, always from the perspective of furthering that mission, and with the goal to inspire listeners to celebrate and embrace the liberty on which America was founded. #AmericaMatters
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We all have a tendency to make big audacious goals when it comes to a new year and exercise. We join gyms and purchase equipment but do we really make life changes? Reba and Allison share their own journey of trying to get moving in a way that is consistent and life-changing.
THE NEW OLD YOU, Fitness Over 50, Midlife Healthy Living, Middle Aged Woman, Self Care Ideas, Menopause Symptoms
You are FED UP and you just HAVE to do something different. You want to get active, to exercise, to take better care of yourself. You are decided. EXCEPT, you need new tennis shoes, or you are headed out of town, or it's raining today. You are determined, but you convince yourself that starting "later" is better.Well I'm got some Monday Motivation for you to get moving today my over 50 friend! So WHEN should you get started? It's today. It's right now. You don't need new shoes. You can workout anywhere you are. Put on a jacket if it's raining. If you are TRULY FED UP, you need to get started TODAY!Thanks for joining in today's short episode to hopefully help with your fitness motivation. You know, focusing on your fitness and health is so important at midlife. Make sure to create a workout plan to get you where you want to be faster. And definitely check out my Midlife In Motion 30 day starting place.Come talk to me here:Check out my Website:https://www.lesleylmcshane.comFind me on instagram:https://www.instagram.com/lesleylmcshane/Join the Resigning Midlife Update List:https://RedesigningMidlifeWeeklyUpdate.gr8.com/Find your community at the private Redesigning Midlife Facebook group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/redesigningmidlife/You Deserve It Notebook: Goal Tracker, Planner, & Journal at Amazon: https://a.co/d/iKpurI1You Deserve It | Affirmations To Help You Believe at Amazon:https://a.co/d/gcTNHZ5Get on the waitlist for the Midlife In Motion | Simple Nutrition Instruction & Fitness Routines to Kickstart Your Health in 30 Dayshttps://lesleylmcshane.com/course-waitlist
If you can get people to set aside their agenda to help you, you're pretty darned amazing—and you're a leader. In this episode, you'll learn: 1. How some of my clients demonstrated leadership and got promotions to leadership roles despite not having a formal title 2. How *you* can demonstrate leadership without a formal title 3. Strategies to rally people beyond your direct reports to help you achieve your goals BY THE WAY... 5 Steps to Get Moving and Land a Fabulous Job If you're struggling to get started or gain traction on your job search, I offer a free, downloadable guide that can help! The guide is for you if you're struggling to get started or gain traction on your job search, and I have to tell you, I've already gotten a great response from a number of job seekers. The guide is called: 5 steps to get moving and land a fabulous job, and it's definitely for you if you're struggling to actually get started on your job search and then manage your time around your search. When you download the guide, you'll also get 4-5 emails with follow-up tips, tricks, and challenges to help you move forward in your search. And you'll even get access to my resume samples. So if you need a little extra fuel to help you get moving toward that fabulous job, head on over to launchyourjobsearch.com and download the 5 steps. Connect with me: For more tips and advice for your job search, I post regularly on LinkedIn (emilysfwong), Instagram (@yourresumecoach), Facebook (@careersemily), and Twitter (@careersemily) You can also follow my blog, sign up for my monthly job search tips, and schedule a free discovery call at www.wordsofdistinction.net. Loved this episode? We'd so appreciate a review and/or a 5-star rating. We provide an ad-free experience, so your support helps us reach new listeners and attract rockstar career experts so you can stay current on the latest tips and trends. Thanks so much for listening!
NewStory Church Sunday Messages
Pastor Anthony Miller is an Elder at Saddleback Church and has served as the Pastor of Communications for the last decade. Anthony is a third generation pastor and is passionate about preaching the Gospel of Jesus and releasing the potential of the church throughout the world. 1. The God who delivers is in control of every detail. 2. You can't stop God's plan. 3. Nothing can separate us from the saving grace of God. God brought you out of your circumstances because He knew he could save you. Don't use prayer as an excuse not to move. Miracles are in the movement. When you are feeling stuck GET MOVING! Keep your eyes on Jesus and keep moving!
Habit Thrive Podcast with Habit Guru Lorrie Mickelson
Hey there, Habit Thrivers! It's a new year, a new month and a new episode of the Habit Thrive Podcast. And, today, we're talking about knowing When to Rest & when to Move in Your Next Chapter. As you enter into this new year/post holiday time, most of you will find yourselves falling into one of two categories: You just spent a whirlwind month (or more!) with your planner packed with activities, projects, parties, food and fun times. Now you want to just take a deep breath, clear your calendar and RELAX! Or… You spent the holiday season indulging in foods you don't normally eat, taking naps, watching movies every night and putting some things on your to-do list on pause. Now you are recharged and ready to GET MOVING! No matter which of these categories you fall into, it's important to recognize that we need balance in our lives. And you already know this at least on a subconscious level, because your body is trying to balance the past month's activities - or lack of activities - by “craving” the opposite. So, I'm going to suggest we all start at the same place: Listening to our bodies and reaching for the lowest hanging fruit. What I mean by that is to get moving by starting with your favorite activity. You don't have to run a marathon or even run at all. Take a walk, follow a yoga video online, ride your stationary bike for 30 minutes. Anything that gets you moving is the perfect activity! Then balance that activity with some relaxation or “me time.” But instead of just laying on the couch until you lose track of time, plan your downtime so that you get a little and then go back to some movement. The goal is to not force yourself to do things, but rather listen to what your body is saying and plan your day with that balance mindset. And with that, I say to get up, get moving … and then perhaps take a nap. ;) Lorrie xoxox Loving the show? Let's connect! Find me: Facebook: Women's Wellness Community: For women wanting to rock their “Me Now” Years Instagram: @Habitguru365 Website: https://lorriemickelson.com
Rip explains the dangerous impact of a sedentary lifestyle and what sitting too long does to our bodies. He also explains the scientific research advocating for us to get up and moving! It doesn't matter if you're training for a triathlon, a bodybuilding competition, or seeking the energy to enjoy a day with your grandkids, becoming plantstrong is a true game changer. Regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Being physically active will: Improve your brain health Help manage weight Reduce the risk of disease Strengthen bones and muscles Improve your ability to do everyday activities. Only a few lifestyle choices have as large an impact on your health as physical activity and it's available to everyone regardless of age, abilities, ethnicity, shape, or size. Episode Resources Watch the Original Episode on YouTube Episode Webpage To stock up on the best-tasting, most convenient, 100% PLANTSTRONG foods, including our new granola and teas, check out all of our PLANTSTRONG products HERE. Join us in Black Mountain, NC for a Transformative PLANTSTRONG Retreat - April 16-21, 2023 https://plantstrongfoods.com/pages/2023-black-mountain-retreat Join Team PLANTSTRONG and Run with Rip! https://plantstrongfoods.com/pages/team-plantstrong Give us a like on the PLANTSTRONG Facebook Page and check out what being PLANSTRONG is all about. We always keep it stocked full of new content and updates, tips for healthy living, delicious recipes, and you can even catch me LIVE on there! We've also got an Instagram! Check us out and share your favorite PLANTSTRONG products and why you love it! Don't forget to tag us using #goplantstrong
Are You Waiting For Permission?
Rebecca had over 30 jobs before the age of 30. She knew how to find a job in her sleep, but where she really struggled was with WHAT she wanted to do. Now with over 9 years of training, education, conversations and most importantly, trialing and erroring with hundreds of clients, she's a pro at helping people who are stuck like she was to get clarity on what it is they actually want to be doing and GET MOVING towards something that makes them feel alive again. Rebecca lives her life as a nomad. She currently lives out of AirBnb's, hopping between Vancouver, Whitehorse (in Northern Canada), and Mexico. She sometimes ventures to other places too, like the month she spent in Switzerland this past summer. Living an unconventional life as a 35 year old woman comes with its unique rewards and perks. She also loves to emphasize that there are problems no matter what choices we make in life, and embraces the challenges of nomad-life over the challenges of living in one place. At least for now! Connect with her at rebeccabeaton.com###Your hosts of Are You Waiting for Permission? are Meridith Grundei and Joseph Bennett. They're friends, co-hosts, actors, improvisers, and coaches. She lives in NYC and coaches actors, business professionals, and presenters to fully engage with their audience, and themselves. She also mentors young actors and directors. He lives in San Miguel de Allende, México, and coaches artists and other creative beings about the beautiful business of art — and life. You can find Meridith: Meridith Grundei the performer artist gal. Or if you are looking to be a more confident and credible speaker, please reach out to Meridith here at Meridith Grundei CoachingYou can find Joseph at Joseph Bennett the artist/coach extraordinaire*Special thanks to Amy Shelley and Gary Grundei of high fiction for letting us use their music for the Are You Waiting for Permission? podcast.And... while the podcast is free, it's not cheap. We'd be thrilled to have your support at areyouwaitingforpermission.com
Small Changes Big Shifts with Dr. Michelle Robin
The colder months can make it difficult to stay active, which is why today's episode is all about how to keep our bodies moving, even indoors. During today's show, Dr. Michelle Robin welcomes Danelle Husk from the YMCA to share how organizations like theirs are offering new ways for people to stay active during the wintertime. Danelle shares some of her favorite indoor activities, but also speaks to the YMCA 360 portal that allows their members to explore classes that promote a spirit, mind, and body connection to stay well this winter. She provides some examples of why this new platform has been so successful for their members, especially since it gives people an opportunity to try a new workout inside the comfort of their own home rather than a public gym. Later in the show, Dr. Robin welcomes Ant the Trainer, who shares his inspiring story of how he lost 65lbs in 8 months by becoming a mailman – and what motivated him to begin learning the science behind how our bodies work and what they need. He covers some important topics such as why people struggle with a healthy lifestyle, and also gives listeners a few tips that will inspire you to keep focusing on the impact small changes can have in your life. About Today's Guests: Danelle Huske is a Program Director II for the YMCA of Greater Kansas City, supporting membership and healthy living at the Olathe and Prairie Village locations. She has a Master's degree in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation from Emporia State University. She first worked at the Y in 2001, and returned in 2004 and has worked at the Y since then. Her favorite part of working at the Y is helping people improve their overall health and making it a welcoming place for all. She's from Silver Lake, Kansas. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, going to sporting events, watching sports, and staying active. Ant the Trainer used to be a truck driver that delivered farm equipment from coast to coast. His eating habits were poor from always being on the road. He struggled with his breathing and was borderline hypertension. In 2018, he moved to Kansas City and became a mailman, which meant he went from sitting all day to now walking 10-15 miles nearly every day to deliver mail. He quickly lost 65lbs in 8 months, and this was just the beginning of his brand-new story. After he realized how good he felt, he enrolled in a Bachelor's program for Exercise Science to learn everything he could about how our bodies functioned and what they need to stay well. Today, he is a professional personal trainer who helps others to build confidence and change their life like he did. Mentioned in the Episode: YMCA 360 YMCA of Greater Kansas City YMCA – Find a location in the U.S. Big Shifts Foundation Ant the Trainer's website Ant the Trainer Instagram Small Changes Big Shifts Kansas City Wellness Consortium MajorMove.fit
The Don't Quit Podcast looks at how professionals work and how you can learn from them. This week's guest is Lesley Logan, a certified Pilates teacher, breathwork, habits, and mindset coach, is the founder of OnlinePilatesClasses.com. If you'd like to learn more about how to get into pilates and exercise more: OnlinePilatesClasses.com Facebook: lesley.logan Youtube: @BeitTillYouSeeIt — Email the Host, Nick Mann, at Nick@TDQPodcast.com Check out the official The Don't Quit Podcast: TDQPodcast.com Follow the show on Instagram: @TDQPodcast Follow the host on Twitter @MannDesigner If you enjoyed this episode, please give a review on Apple Podcasts. Thank you for listening!
a focus on Ardha Chandrasana challenges body and mind...in a way that leaves you feeling calm, centered, and self-regulated. we think it's a perfect way to start or end your day. cheers to you for getting on that mat whenever and wherever you can!
“You don't create your life first and then live it, you create it by living it, not agonizing about it” on the Daily Grind, your weekly goal-driven podcast. This episode features Kelly Johnson and special guest Rebecca Beaton. Beaton is a career coach with over 9 years helping people who are dissatisfied with their job to get clear & build their dream career. Certified Life Coach and ICF approved, helping people learn to take the first steps to get unstuck and actually GET MOVING towards something that makes them feel…more alive again. Intro quote is by Terri Trespicio and her TEDx Talk “Stop Searching For Your Passion.” S4 Episode 31: 12/13/2022 Featuring Kelly Johnson with Special Guest Rebecca Beaton Audio Credit Intro: Draw The Line Mastered by Connor Christian Follow Our Podcast: Instagram: @dailygrindpod https://www.instagram.com/dailygrindpod/ Twitter: @dailygrindpod https://www.twitter.com/dailygrindpod Podcast Website: https://direct.me/dailygrindpod Follow Our Special Guest: Website: https://www.rebeccabeaton.com/ Instagram: @rebecca_beaton https://www.instagram.com/rebecca_beaton/ Twitter: @rebecca_beaton https://twitter.com/Rebecca_Beaton Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RebeccaBeaton --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dailygrindpod/support
Live Learn Survive - Life hacks to live life to the Max.
Back in Australia this week's news includes Pier Safety which we wish were better on the world famous Santa Monica Pier. We thank everyone who listens in over 28 countries and has made our podcast one of the top 15% most shared globally via Spotify! Thanks-you, we appreciate every one of you for giving us your precious time every week.
The Intelligent Vocalist with John Henny
In this episode, John talks about the importance of physical movement to improve your singing voice. Episode Highlights: Nature and Time are working against you and your singing Movement can create positive (or negative changes) Balancing the connection with your mind and body Recommended exercises for singers to improve singing To learn more about John Henny, his best-selling books, on-line courses, Vocal Assessments and Voice Lessons with his Teaching Team, Speaker Training and the Contemporary Voice Teacher Academy, visit: johnhenny.com
Raise Her Well | Equip Your Daughter to Have Bold Faith and Live Well.
Hey there mama! Being a mom can be hard to navigate at times. Especially when we are the ones in charge of the home, our daughters / children and the overall health and wellness of our family. The truth is, when we began to prioritize our own health, those actions and new disciplines will reflect and permeate the rest of our homes. This episode is all about one daily habit that you can begin to implement, today! Our bodies are designed for movement and if you're feeling desperate to get going, here are a few things I practice prioritizing my health, on a daily basis. Harvard Study Let's connect on Instagram! Feel free to reach out via e-mail, RepsandRedemption@gmail.com
“For those without cancer or other illnesses, we often have a resolution or relief of this fatigue. ‘Oh, I'm just going to go to bed early and get a couple more hours of sleep tonight.' Or ‘I'm going to have a cup of coffee.' But for people with cancer, it's not an easy fix. People with cancer describe fatigue as something much more long-lasting,” ONS member Paula Anastasia, MN, RN, AOCN®, clinical nurse specialist for UCLA Health in Los Angeles, CA, told Jaime Weimer, MSN, RN, AGCNS-BC, AOCNS®, oncology clinical specialist at ONS. Anastasia discussed fatigue in patients with cancer undergoing PARP inhibitor maintenance therapy, management strategies, and nursing considerations. This podcast episode is supported by a sponsorship from AstraZeneca. ONS is solely responsible for the criteria, objectives, content, quality, and scientific integrity of its programs and publications. Music Credit: "Fireflies and Stardust" by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 Episode Notes NCPD contact hours are not available for this episode. Clinical Update: Ovarian Cancer Focus Group Summary ONS Get Up, Get Moving resources ONS Guidelines™ on Fatigue Oncology Nursing Podcast Episode 227: Biomarker Testing, PARP Inhibitors, and Oral Adherence During Ovarian Cancer Maintenance Therapy ONS Voice articles: Symptom Assessments: Use a Team-Based Approach to Inform Care and Optimize Outcomes Master the Essentials of Effective Communication What the Evidence Says About Music Therapy for Cancer-Related Fatigue Acupuncture for Cancer-Related Fatigue Biomarkers Are Advancing Understanding of Cancer-Related Fatigue Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing articles: The Impact of a Nurse-Led Exercise Activity for Cancer-Related Fatigue in Patients With Leukemia Exercise Intervention: A Pilot Study to Assess the Feasibility and Impact on Cancer-Related Fatigue and Quality of Life Among Patients With High-Grade Glioma Oncology Nursing Forum article: The Effectiveness of Yoga on Cancer-Related Fatigue: A Systemic Review and Meta-Analysis National Comprehensive Cancer Network Guidelines > Supportive Care > Cancer-Related Fatigue ASCO Answers: Cancer-Related Fatigue To discuss the information in this episode with other oncology nurses, visit the ONS Communities. To provide feedback or otherwise reach ONS about the podcast, email pubONSVoice@ons.org. Highlights From Today's Episode “Fatigue is not necessarily life threatening, so I think unfortunately, it's underplayed at how disruptive it can be in somebody's quality of life and day-to-day life.” Timestamp (TS) 03:10 “For those without cancer or other illnesses, we often have a resolution or relief of this fatigue. ‘Oh, I'm just going to go to bed early and get a couple more hours of sleep tonight.' Or ‘I'm going to have a cup of coffee.' But for people with cancer, it's not an easy fix. . . . People with cancer describe fatigue as something much more long lasting.” TS 04:02 “I think it's really important when we educate our patients to let them know that this is a common side effect. Research tells us, and also patient experience, that fatigue does plateau after about four to eight weeks. It's not zero, but it gets much more manageable for our patients. So, I think priming our patients with what to expect can be very helpful.” TS 07:48 “I want patients to have some sort of physical activity. It doesn't have to be hours or marathons. Just a 10-minute walk in the morning and then maybe a 10-minute walk in the afternoon. Things like that. We try to, if possible, refer patients to a physical therapy-type setting initially, and that will help give them tools on how to be active and safe activities, and also gets them motivated. So, that's really helpful for patients.” TS 09:41 “I think it's important to assess the cause of the fatigue. Ruling out anemia, hypothyroidism, vitamin deficiencies, things like that. So, that is ruled out and we know what we're doing to our poor patient with the interventions; they've had surgery, they've had chemotherapy, now we're going to put them on a PARP inhibitor, all of these lifestyle changes.” TS 12:20 “I think since COVID-19, there's a lot more awareness of how much people have anxiety and depression. I think we're more in tune with that and how stressful life is, and that's not even having cancer and all of the challenges with that. So, I think that plays into it. Depression and anxiety can contribute to fatigue.” TS 16:53 “One of the biggest misconceptions about fatigue is that there's nothing that you can do about it. Just accept it. And I totally disagree with that. It's an undervalued side effect. It's not necessarily life threatening, but it's definitely something that can interfere with patients' day-to-day quality of life. So, we really need to address it. We need to assess, communicate, and plan for it.” TS 28:39
I work with people in pain almost every day and have discovered that there is no benefit to discounting the pain, trying to tell someone that "pain is gain" or that they have to push through it. Instead, acknowledging the pain, finding a new focal point of comfort, and teaching an allowance for movement through the pain with the focus of achieving even one degree of less pain after the mobility; is the approach that works time and again. Chances are that you are no stranger to pain or the effects that it has on your loved one. You may have fallen into the cycle of allowing for stagnation and compensation because of your loved one's complaints of pain. Then, noticed that they are doing less for themself, moving less, becoming weaker and ironically enough, developing more pain. In this episode, you can learn how to get mobility and activity through the limitations of pain by using assisted range of motion, and visualization, combined with breath work, and incorporation of the movement of the body around the source of pain. Support the showIf you need more help/support on your caregiving journey, you can find it over at https://www.caregiverbydesign.com/coaching Free training now : watch a short free video I created on coaching vs caregiving https://www.caregiverbydesign.com/freetraining
Michael explains that thoughts without action won't move the needle in your life. Don't let Fear stop you - Get Going!About the Crushing Your Fear PodcastBioMichael Power is a #1 Best Selling Author, Speaker and the Host of the Crushing Your Fear Podcast. He is also an Entrepreneur who has started multiple revenue generating companies both in the US and Europe. He has learned to conquer Fear through leaving the past behind, learning from it and adopting Gratitude and a Positive outlook for the future. On his Crushing Your Fear Podcast, Michael explains "We live in a Society of Fear. Everywhere we turn, fear is there. Most people we know are affected by fear in one form or another. We ourselves are consumed by fear - we can't move forward - we won't take chances – we 'fear' what others may ‘think' of us - and on and on and on. Enough! There is another way. We explore different areas in society, flush out the manipulation and empower you to overcome fear. Our guests are experts and give you the insight and tools needed to identify and conquer fear. So join us and Crush Your Fear!"Michael PowerHostCrushing Your Fear Podcastmichael@crushingyourfear.comWebsite: http://www.crushingyourfear.com/Instagram: @crushingyourfearFacebook: @crushingyourfearTwitter: @crushingfearTik Tok: @crushingyourfearSubscribe to our Podcast!iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/crushing-your-fear/id1465751659Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/craft-beer-storm/crushing-your-fearBlog: https://medium.com/@the_real_michael_power
Live Well & ThriveTips for Getting Your Body Moving – from morning to the end of your day Waking up Lying in bed, think about three things you're grateful for - setting the tone for a positive day ahead. Once seated at the edge of your bed, think about waking up your neck with 5 neck circles in each direction. Neck Circles: Big inhalation through the nose, as you exhale drop left ear to left shoulder, next slight head roll back, continue circling right ear to right shoulder and next slightly tuck chin in and down as you roll your head forward. Repeat five times in each direction. Making mental note if one side is tighter than the other. If you're schedule and timing permits, try to step outside for some sunrise light to help regulate your circadian rhythm or sleep-wake cycle. Commute time Start by scooting your hips all the way back in your carseat to support lumbar spine. Shoulder shrugs: Inhale sweep shoulders towards ears briefly as you exhale drop your shoulders away from your ears and squeeze shoulder blades together -- finding openness across the front of your chest. This works on postural alignment between the shoulders and hip. You can, also, slightly press head back into head rest and tuck chin in to prevent forward head posture that is common during commute. Team HuddleDepending on the format /time frame and location of your huddle you can thread in one of these options:Trunk Twists: Start with wide base of support -- feet greater than hip width apart. Tighten through abdominals and keep hips facing forward throughout the twists. Inhale as you exhale twist upper torso to the left, as you inhale come back through the middle, re-engage abdominal and exhale to the right.Repeat 8-10 times in each direction. This is a spinal mobility exercise and recruits the upper/lower core complex. March in place: Place hands out in front of you, palms facing down at hip height. Gently lift one knee towards hands as you press your opposite heel into the ground - pulling up on the knee lifting and a press down into the stabilizing foot. Make this a nice fluid motion. Repeat 8 times on each side. Make it a walking huddle, if time permits. 20 -minute break or lunch hourIf at all possible, opt for a walk outside. Biophilia means love of life or living things. When we are around outside, in nature it naturally elevates our mood.Working from home or working in a chair all dayMake sure you're not sitting consistently for an hour or more - set an alarm to remind yourself to get up and walk around/stretch/give your eyes a break from the screen. Stay hydrated and you will likely have to get up to use the restroom once an hour. If you live or work where there are stairs, go to the restroom up or downstairs EVERY time. If no stairs, then go to the furthest restroom. It adds up over the course of the day! Commute homeGlute Squeezes or primary mover activators. Merely squeezing your seat tightly -- contracting the muscle and releasing. Repeat as many times as you want over your commute. Meal PrepFocus on a deep breathing exercise -- inhaling through the nose, exhaling through the mouth as if you're slowly blowing out birthday candles. Big inhalation to the count of four, hold for four and exhale for four, hold for four. Repeat this four times as this is a nice transition between your workday and taking time for yourself and your family. After DinnerGrab your favorite person and or furbaby and step outside for a five minute out and five-minute back walk. This will aid in digestion and, if around sunset, help to set your circadian rhythm. Before getting into bedScan your body and if you feel tension in any of your muscles, spend time slowly stretching into the muscles that might feel like they worked during the day.Example: If hamstrings or lower back feel tight, extend one foot out in front of you with your chin off your chest and a flat back, reaching your chin towards a flexed foot. Move towards point of tension, not pain. Avoid any bouncing. Use your breath to go deeper into the stretch. Repeat five breath cycles on each side. Remember – Be patient with yourself Think about starting where you are and gently increasing over time. Progress over perfection. Every step counts and small steps add up into big change.
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If you're going through a challenge, don't throw away your confidence in Christ! When you're moving through your challenges, you have to be willing to trust God, even when it looks like a setback. In today's message, Nathan Miller preaches on the Israelite's journey out of Egypt in Exodus 14 and challenges you to start letting God write your story instead of trying to do it on your own.
Saddleback Church Weekend Messages
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Raise your hand if you have wiggly kids! I know I do. Entering a 5K run with your kid can be beneficial to both their overall health and the charity involved! In today's conversation, you'll hear from Ilana; founder of Run for Good Racing Company.Run For Good's mission is to provide fun, accessible and unique running and walking events in the Pacific Northwest Region with an emphasis on charitable giving. Each event will benefit a specific community organization. Run For Good strives to bring good into individuals' lives by bringing healthy opportunities to get out and exercise and contribute to the community in a fun way. Run For Good also strives to have a significant impact on local organizations by providing funds and exposure through fun runs and walks.So why should you give a 5k a try? It's good for the body to get out and move.They often have kids' dashes for the little ones.SNACKS. Most races have yummy treats at the end!It benefits a local nonprofit or charity.Want to run in a Run for Good race? Email me at email@example.com and let me know! I'll enter you in the drawing for a chance to win a race entry to either the Good Karma 5K or the Run Scared 5K (this one has a virtual option)!Let's get out and give back together.Instagram: @run4goodracing website: runforgoodracingcompany.com
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Episode SummarySome people train so hard that they completely crash and burn out, but there is a better way! On this episode of the Fit is Freedom Podcast, I'm going to be sharing the best ways to prevent burnout through working backwards, being specific, and following the 3 phase rule of training! It happens all the time. People train for a big event, race, or adventure, dedicating so much time and effort into the process. Then, after the event, they completely drop the activity. Have you ever checked Facebook marketplace the day after a 150 mile bike race? You'd be amazed at the number of bikes listed for sale! Work BackwardsThe best way to prevent burnout after a big race or adventure is to work backwards! Start with the end in mind. Study the route, look for elevation gains, understand the season and the weather you'll be in. More often than not, adventurers will train in the wrong conditions. Then, when race day comes, they are facing much bigger challenges than anticipated.The more prepared you are, the less likely you'll be blind sided. You'll know how to train, and you'll feel better both mentally and physically for the big day of your race or adventure. 3 Phases of Training for an EventOnce you fully understand your event and what you're getting yourself into, you can start training in a way that will get you ready. While there are countless planning guides available online, give yourself a solid 3 months of training. This way you can have the time to personalize it to you and your specific needs. With these three months, I suggest each month being a certain phase as listed below…Phase 1: Preparation and FoundationOnce you've got a good understanding of your goal, it's time to prepare your body! Start by listening to your body, noticing any discomforts, and getting them taken care of. I had a client once who got terrible rashes under her arms from her workout clothes. She changed her sports bra, and it completely fixed the issue! While this may not seem like a big deal now, if you don't fix these things in the beginning of your training, it will only perpetuate and keep getting worse. By preparing your body and laying a solid fitness foundation, you'll be ready to ramp up your fitness in phase 2.Phase 2: Get Moving and BuildingThe first month is all about listening to your body. Essentially, it's your warm up! Phase two is where the magic happens! Take into consideration all that you've learned about your race or adventure and try to prepare for the worst. Add more weight to your backpack than you would need. Run intervals to get your heart pumping even more. Build your stamina, strength, and endurance during phase 2 so that the actual event feels like a walk in the park. Phase 3: Slow it DownI think of phase 3 of your training as the end of a rollercoaster. You've still got speed. There might be another loop or another hill, but then it eases back into the loading spot gently. That's how the last month of your training should be. 3-4 weeks out from your event, your training should be at its peak, but by the 2 week out mark, you should start tapering back. Your body should feel ready, and you should reward it by taking some time to recover and mentally prepare for the event that is quickly approaching. Final ThoughtsTaking your time, knowing your race, and listening to your body will greatly help in preventing that end of race burnout. You want to think of being the tortoise and never the hare when it comes to your fitness and adventure journey. Making it a more sustainable goal will keep you loving your activities for years to come!
Home Business Profits with Ray Higdon
In this episode Ray shares tips on how to change your mindset to get moving towards your network marketing goals. Ray Higdon is a best-selling author, coach, high-energy speaker, and philanthropist. Going from foreclosure to multimillion-dollar success in a few short years, Ray's journey to excellence has been fueled with an unrelenting passion for teaching people how to find their voice and understand their worth. We're constantly testing, tracking, and innovating every single days… every single week… To get our latest trainings and specials, check out the link below. See Our Special Offering This Week: Higdongroup.com/podcastspecial
For the second time in as many years, my family and I just moved! And surprisingly, it was nearly STRESS-FREE. If you think that's not possible, you need to listen to this episode to learn what inspired our recent move and how we planned financially by setting goals and sticking to them. I also cover what I've learned from moving 13 times since college graduation, my packing process, and my #1 recommendation for getting unpacked and settled stress-free! Go to basecamp.com/anna and sign up today to start a free 30 day trial. There's no credit card required and you can cancel online at any time! If you want to know if Basecamp is right for your team, signing up for a trial is the best way to do so. Remember to go to basecamp.com/anna to get your free trial. Thank you Basecamp for sponsoring this episode!
Kaisa Keranen is a personal trainer, fitness entrepreneur, and influencer known for her fun and innovative ways to get people moving. As the owner of KaisaFit, she built a 7-figure business and online platform around her motto that health is a feeling not a look! Today Kaisa shares her entrepreneurial journey, her challenges marketing her platform without making it about weight loss, and more. Download Podopolo and follow Wings of Inspired Business there to keep the conversation going in the episode comments section and invite your friends to connect around podcasts recommended to you by what interests and inspires you.
Small Changes Big Shifts with Dr. Michelle Robin
Welcome to our Special Topics episode in July, where we bring in two of our sponsors to help bring our listeners community-building engagement, prevention and education opportunities available. Today's Special Topics Episode Diane O'Byrne presents an amazing opportunity for women in the Kansas City area on September 3, 2022 – the Living in Vitality conference at AdventHealth (formally known as Shawnee Mission). This year marks its 25th anniversary, where they have spent all prior years bringing women together to learn and receive lifelong self-care takeaways that will finally get them closer to stepping into their best lives. She highlights what the day encompasses and what the admission includes for each woman. She even shares a heartwarming story about a friend's sister who experienced a life-changing moment for herself while at this event, which is often why so many women choose to return again and again for this event every year. In the last segment of the show, Kathy Armitage from the YMCA in Greater Kansas City joins us to break the barriers that we often put around ourselves as we age. After her father experienced a tragic fall, which led to complications and his passing, Kathy has spent the last 22 years of her career at the YMCA creating programs for people aging and looking for a way to stay active, improve their flexibility and strength, all while removing limitations we often put on ourselves as we age. She shares a handful of opportunities and programs available at the YMCA of Greater Kansas City that have helped thousands of people see that society has put folks who age in a box – but each person has an opportunity to go outside that box and start gaining strength and confidence at any age. She even shares some tips you can do at home to improve balance and fall prevention, since most falls happen at home. About Today's Guests: Diane O'Byrne is the Co-Chair of Living in Vitality annual event at AdventHealth. She has four generations of women in her family who are living in vitality, and has a passion to see more women in our community discover the power in self-care and resources available for them to live a life better than they could have ever imagined. Kathy Armitage is the Active Lifestyles Program Director at the YMCA of Greater Kansas City. She specializes in working with people who are 50 and older through healthy living programs that support body, mind, and spirit. She has spent the last 22 years at the YMCA developing programs for these ages, and pioneered the programs that help people see that aging doesn't mean they will lose their flexibility, strength, or mobility. Mentioned in the Episode: Living in Vitality Event – September 30, 2022 Get Moving like an Animal with Tony Temple – Kids Living in Vitality YMCA in Greater Kansas City SmartStart Program at the YMCA