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The study of anatomy, physiology, and mechanics of body movement, especially in humans

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Carnivore Cast
Krisna Hanks - Tim Noakes Coach and Helping Elderly Get Life Back

Carnivore Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 42:46


Krisna Hanks is the co-owner of Square 1 Wellness which provides Low carb and Keto nutrition coaching and personalized fitness training to individuals, groups, and organizations. She has Masters's degree in Kinesiology from Indiana University as well as an MBA and is a Coach Practitioner from the Noakes Foundation. Krisna helps companies create comprehensive wellness initiatives and she's a worksite wellness subject matter expert for the CDC's Work@Health™ program, she developed the City of Emeryville Wellness Program. Krisna is the bestselling author of Finding Lifestyle Sanity: A Survival Guide.   Links: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/square_1_wellness/ Website: https://www.square1wellness.com/ Book: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/49111222-finding-lifestyle-sanity   This episode is brought to you by The Carnivore Bar, an ancestrally inspired meal replacement bar. It has simple clean ingredients - beef, tallow, and salt. It's shelf stable. And it's portable and convenient - very great for hikes, long business trips, traveling, or just an easy, ready option to have in your pantry. It's the perfect combination of crunchy and creamy texture.   Go to CarnivoreBar.com and use code CARNIVORECAST to save!   Thanks to BiOptimzers and their amazing Magnesium Breakthrough formula for stress relief and better sleep on a carnivore diet. Try it yourself at www.magnesiumbreakthrough.com/carnivorecast and use code "carnivore10" to save!   What questions would you like answered or who would you like to hear from in the carnivore or research community?   Let me know on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.  

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession
Ep 264 – Kinessage for Self-Care with Kathleen Gramzay

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 26:45


Where do holistic health, self-empowerment, neuroscience, and conscious culture intersect? Kathleen Gramzay has the answer. In this episode of The ABMP Podcast, Kristin and Darren speak with Kathleen, developer of Kinessage® Mindful Resilience, about how she developed this practice, how Kinessage differs from other modalities, and why massage therapy self-care was so important in her development of Kinessage. Kathleen Gramzay, LMT, is the Founder and CEO of Kinessage LLC. She is a speaker, Body/Mind Resilience Innovator, National CEU Provider, author, and developer of Kinessage® Massage through Movement, Kinessage® Self Care for Therapists, the Kinessage® Release Your Pain Self Care System, and Kinessage® Mindful Resilience. A year into her massage therapy practice, Kathleen's own debilitating chronic muscular pain compelled her to figure out how to release that pain, creating the new modality of Kinessage®. She proved her methods with professional athletes and thousands of clients in her 16-year massage practice in Scottsdale, AZ. Kathleen taught Anatomy and Kinesiology at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts before teaching her Kinessage® methods nationally to occupational, physical, and massage therapists.   Resources:   Connect with Kathleen: https://www.kathleengramzay.com/   Hosts:   Darren Buford is senior director of communications and editor-in-chief for ABMP. He is editor of Massage & Bodywork magazine and has worked for ABMP for 22 years, and been involved in journalism at the association, trade, and consumer levels for 24 years. He has served as board member and president of the Western Publishing Association, as well as board member for Association Media & Publishing. Contact him at editor@abmp.com. Kristin Coverly, LMT is a massage therapist, educator, and the director of professional education at ABMP. She loves creating continuing education courses, events, and resources to support massage therapists and bodyworkers as they enhance their lives and practices. Contact her at ce@abmp.com.    Sponsors:   Anatomy Trains: www.anatomytrains.com    Fascia Research Society: www.fasciaresearchsociety.org   Elements Massage: http://www.elementsmassage.com/abmp   Anatomy Trains is a global leader in online anatomy education and also provides in-classroom certification programs for structural integration in the US, Canada, Australia, Europe, Japan, and China, as well as fresh-tissue cadaver dissection labs and weekend courses. The work of Anatomy Trains originated with founder Tom Myers, who mapped the human body into 13 myofascial meridians in his original book, currently in its fourth edition and translated into 12 languages. The principles of Anatomy Trains are used by osteopaths, physical therapists, bodyworkers, massage therapists, personal trainers, yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonics, and other body-minded manual therapists and movement professionals. Anatomy Trains inspires these practitioners to work with holistic anatomy in treating system-wide patterns to provide improved client outcomes in terms of structure and function.                      Website: anatomytrains.com                        Email: info@anatomytrains.com             Facebook: facebook.com/AnatomyTrains                       Instagram: www.instagram.com/anatomytrainsofficial   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2g6TOEFrX4b-CigknssKHA     Founded by a massage therapist for massage therapists, the Elements Massage® brand is a network of independently owned and operated studios dedicated to changing lives—including yours! The Elements Massage brand believes massage therapists deserve a supportive team, business and marketing resources, and the chance to learn as much as they want, so many Elements Massage studios offer and reimburse continuing education on an ongoing basis. It's no surprise Elements Massage therapist and client satisfaction leads the industry. That's because from day one, the brand has kept an unmatched commitment to deliver the best therapeutic massage experiences possible for both clients and massage therapists. Elements Massage studios expects the best. So should you. If this sounds like a fit, reach out. Studios are hiring! Visit ElementsMassage.com/ABMP for more information.   Website: https://elementsmassage.com/ABMP   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elementsmassage   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elementsmassage   Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXLHkAYMgmA6_MJ8DSEZm-A   Disclaimer: Each Elements Massage® studio is independently owned and operated. Franchise owners (or their designated hiring managers) are solely responsible for all employment and personnel decisions and matters regarding their independently owned and operated studios, including hiring, direction, training, supervision, discipline, discharge, compensation (e.g., wage practices and tax withholding and reporting requirements), and termination of employment. Elements Therapeutic Massage, LLC (ETM) is not involved in, and is not responsible for, employment and personnel matters and decisions made by any franchise owner. All individuals hired by franchise owners' studios are their employees, not those of ETM. Benefits vary by independently owned and operated Elements Massage® studios. Elements Massage® and Elements Massage + design are registered trademarks owned by ETM.       Fascia Research Society (FRS) was established as a membership organization to facilitate, encourage, and support the dialogue and collaboration between clinicians, researchers, and academicians, in order to further our understanding of the properties and functions of fascia. Every three years, FRS hosts the International Fascia Research Congress (IFRC). Beginning in 2007 with the first IFRC, and triennially since, the IFRC has been the premier fascia congress in the world. No other fascia congress brings together the very latest in fascial discovery and the diversity of the leaders in fascia. Registration closes August 31, 2022 – don't miss out! For more information on FRC, or to register for the 2022 IFRC please visit us at www.fasciaresearchsociety.org Questions about either FRS or IFRC? Email us at info@fasciareserchsociety.org  

The BluePrint with Dr. Erik Korem
Fundamentals of Periodization, Building Exercise Plans That Work with Dr. Bryan Mann

The BluePrint with Dr. Erik Korem

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 13:59


Dr. Bryan Mann is currently an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology and Sport Sciences at the University of Miami. In this episode, we discuss why you should use periodization to build your exercise plans. Dr. Mann also discusses the difference between linear and undulating periodization and why you may not experience predictable results from your exercise plan. Follow Dr. Mann on Twitter & Instagram The Periodization Bible Get certified in Velocity Based Training Sign up for Erik's weekly newsletter - Adaptation ______________________________________________________________ ABOUT THE BLUEPRINT PODCAST: The BluePrint Podcast is for busy professionals and Household CEOs who care deeply about their families, career, and health. Host Dr. Erik Korem distills cutting edge-science, leadership, and life skills into simple tactics optimized for your busy lifestyle and goals.   Dr. Korem interviews scientists, coaches, elite athletes, entrepreneurs, entertainers, and exceptional people to discuss science and practical skills you can implement in your life to become the most healthy, resilient, impactful version of yourself.   On a mission to equip people to pursue audacious goals, thrive in uncertainty, and live a healthy and fulfilled life, Dr. Erik Korem is a High Performance pioneer. He introduced sports science and athlete tracking technologies to collegiate and professional (NFL) football over a decade ago and has worked with the National Football League, Power-5 NCAA programs, gold-medal Olympians, Nike, and the United States Department of Defense.   Erik is an expert in sleep and stress resilience, and he is the Founder and CEO of AIM7, a wellness app that provides custom exercise recommendations to improve the outcomes of programs and workouts you already love. It unlocks existing data from wearables and other apps to provide empathetic and scientific guidance that's perfectly in tune with your mind and body.   SUPPORT & CONNECT   Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/erikkorem/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/ErikKorem LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/erik-korem-phd-19991734/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/erikkorem Website - https://www.erikkorem.com/ Newsletter - https://erikkoremhpcoach.activehosted.com/f/  ______________________________________________________________ QUOTES   “The key is using stress and adapting to it and improving. That's what high performance is to me, the ability to adapt rapidly so you can achieve your potential. There are five key pillars to creating the conditions for adaptability: sleep, exercise, mental resilience, nutrition, and community/relationships.” - Dr. Erik Korem   “I maybe have a different concept on leadership. To me, leading is a verb. If you're leading, you're a leader. If you're swimming you're a swimmer, if you're driving you're a driver. If you're leading you're by definition a leader. I define leading as being looked to in a particular moment to make a decision or perform an action based on your unique gifts and abilities. So by that definition, everybody is a leader. All rank and role really describe is how many people are hoping you get it right when it's your turn to wear the weight.” - Clint Bruce "Attention is the currency of performance." - Dr. Peter Haberl “That's what I've discovered in the lives of brilliant, prolific, healthy creatives, is that they have networks of people they leverage in the course of their work. That they learn from, that they were challenged by, that they gave great insight and purview into their own life and work, in such a way that they were able to receive feedback that helped them get better at what they do.” - Todd Henry "Restful and fulfilling sleep enables you to grow, adapt, and thrive. It creates the conditions for adaptation, so you can pursue audacious goals and thrive in uncertainty." - Dr. Erik Korem "Most exercise programs fail, not because the reps and sets are poorly designed, but because the program doesn't adjust for how much stress your body can adapt to that day!. That's why Dr. Chris Morris' research and practical application of fluid periodization is the key for unlocking your performance potential." - Dr. Erik KoremSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brothers in Tech
Meal Delivery Services

Brothers in Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 52:02


Well…this is either the episode you have been waiting for…or your worst nightmare. Alan is no longer with us. Well, let me rephrase that…he is still alive, just wasn't able to join for this episode. It is all Brian. The “Brother” in Tech. So, if you are interested in trying out meal delivery services, have tried some but thinking about getting back in the game…or you just want to see whether Brian falls on his face trying to host an episode on his own, this one is for you! Learn about the types of services, the process of signing up and using, and some tips for making the most of them. And don't worry…Alan will be back next time, unless there is a huge movement for Brian to continue on his own. Yeah…he will be back. Services mentioned in this episode: Blue Apron, Hello Fresh, Freshly, Gobble, Marley Spoon, Home Chef, Sunbasket, Green Chef, Hungryroot, EveryPlate, Purple Carrot, ButcherBox Your Usual Hosts:Brian Jackson (the younger Brother) is an Associate Professor of Kinesiology at Pacific University and Consultant at Senaptec, Inc.Alan Jackson (the absent older Brother) is a producer of online content with Jackson Creative and survey researcher with Jackson Insight. Have any feedback for the Brothers regarding this topic (or future topics)? Visit www.Brothers-In-Tech.com or email info@themesh.tv.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Boundless Body Radio
The BioDiet with Dr. David Harper! 319

Boundless Body Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 71:27


Dr. David G. Harper is a health educator and cancer researcher, and has studied the impact of diet on human health for many years. The culmination of that extensive work is the BioDiet , a ketogenic food regimen that he created in 2012. The significant weight loss and health improvements he experienced led Dr. Harper to counsel thousands of people on the BioDiet, in clinical trials and on a personal basis, with consistent, impressive results. He is the author of the bestselling book BioDiet: The Scientifically Proven, Ketogenic Way to Lose Weight and Improve Health, which has become an international best-seller, reaching as high as #18 globally for books overall on Amazon.com. Dr. Harper is an Associate Professor of Kinesiology at the University of the Fraser Valley and a Visiting Scientist at the BC Cancer Research Center, Terry Fox Laboratory. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in comparative physiology at the University of Cambridge. He is on the Scientific Advisory Board of the Canadian Clinicians for Therapeutic Nutrition and a member of the Institute for Personalized Therapeutic Nutrition. His present research investigates the therapeutic benefits of ketogenic diets for women with metastatic breast cancer. He is a great friend and a great human being!Find Dr. Harper at-https://www.biodiet.org/LK- Dr. David G. HarperFB- @Dave HarperCheck out his amazing talk at Keto Salt Lake 2022!Find Boundless Body at-myboundlessbody.comBook a session with us here! 

An Interview with Melissa Llarena
138: Fall Back in Love with Your Craft Again with Lorin Martin

An Interview with Melissa Llarena

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 60:17


Have you ever wanted to do something in your life but you just never had the courage to do it? Maybe you've pursued your passion to become a doctor or a pharmacist, or a lawyer because you wanted to do good in the world. But then you ended up working in an organization that's got its own set of ideas you don't necessarily align with.  Lorin Martin used to work as a pharmacist at CVS. For her, really getting to know the clients and getting to know customers was paramount. But it wasn't something she could do there. After graduating from Texas A&M University with her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, Lorin Martin received her Doctorate of Pharmacy from the University of Texas in Austin. Upon graduation, she managed an independent pharmacy in Austin for 3+ years, where her passion for compounding grew. Currently, Lorin is the owner of Bear's Compounding Pharmacy and the Pharmacist-In-Charge. Born and raised in Georgetown, Lorin could not be happier to be planting her roots back in her hometown! Could you even imagine a fun pharmacy? That's what Lorin's pharmacy is! Finally, it's now aligned with the things she enjoys the most. If you feel that you've fallen out of love with your profession, learn how to find your way back to falling in love with your craft again.  In this episode, you will hear: What if you are unhappy with your industry's practices and you think you can build a better solution?  How can you reinvent yourself and fall in love again with your profession? The benefits of launching in your hometown and bringing big city thinking back What if you could be resilient enough to step into entrepreneurship? Should you partner with your partner? Listen to this success story for inspo.  What steps might there be if you were to launch your own physical store? Ideas around collaborating and best practices to achieve success early on when capacity is limited   Share this episode with a power couple with big dreams of owning a business or someone who is curious about launching a new concept in their industry. Similar Episodes: Van Lai-DuMone Explains How Creativity Workshops Can Increase Creativity in the Workplace, Episode 87 How To Find Inspiration For Creating Viral Content, Katherine Young Creator of the Girls' Life Magazine Cover Meme, Episode 52 Subscribe and Review Have you subscribed to our podcast? We'd love for you to subscribe if you haven't yet.  We'd love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast. Supporting Resources:  www.bearscompoundingpharmacy.com @bearspharmacy Join Me So many moms are struggling to survive much less to thrive and use their superpower of imagination and for those moms, I have opened a waitlist for moms who want to be first in line for my upcoming book: How to reawaken your imagination to see the greatness in yourself. Here's what you can expect: Every Friday, I share with you an insight that I have uncovered about the book-writing process as a mom and I tell you very practically how to implement these insights so that you can start feeling more confident about someday writing your own story or just on how to use your imagination a bit more each day. If you are a mom who is ambitious and seeks to make the biggest impact possible in her life and teach her kids how to do the same then this waitlist call is precisely for you. Go to www.melissallarena.com/waitlist  You are invited to send me a DM. What did you uncover from this episode? https://www.instagram.com/melissallarena/

RUNWITHALLI LIVE
Improving Your Running Technique To Run Farther & Run Faster with Sports Technique Expert Dr. Michael Yessis

RUNWITHALLI LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 46:35


Dr. Michael Yessis, Sports Technique Expert and president of Sports Training Inc,  joins the show's Host, (me) Run Coach Alli. Dr. Michael Yessis received his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California and his B.S. and M.S. from City University of New York. He is president of Sports Training, Inc., a diverse sports and fitness company. Dr. Yessis is also Professor Emeritus at California State University, Fullerton, where he was a multi-sports specialist in biomechanics (technique analysis) and sports conditioning and training.Dr. Yessis has served as training and technique consultant to several Olympic and professional sports teams. He has also trained hundreds of athletes in different sports and developed unique specialized strength exercises that duplicate what takes place in execution of the game skills. By doing these exercises athletes improve skill technique and the physical qualities (strength) specific to the technique. By doing these exercises athletes improve their performance on the field very quickly.During his fifty plus years of working with athletes, and as president of Sports Training Inc, Dr. Yessis developed what has come to be known as the “Yessis System” . His three-step method has been successfully used to improve athletes in football, soccer, baseball, basketball, track and other sports.  Most notable is the improvement in skill technique (form) and the strength specific to the skill execution.Dr. Yessis is considered this country's foremost expert on sports technique. Dr. Yessis has written 17 books in the sports and fitness field including Biomechanics and Kinesiology of Exercise, Build A Better Athlete, Sports: Is It All B.S.?, and his latest, The Revolutionary 1x20RM Strength Training Program.Today on the show, we discuss the value of running technique and how every runner's journey should begin by focusing on technique. We discuss the importance of understanding how to run faster, and it's not by just simply running more.We discuss the three most crucial strength specialized running exercises any runner at any level should incorporate into a training program, when to do so, why it's beneficial, where to include it in a program, and how it can change how fast you run; by 80%! Dr. Yessis believes athletes should have access to proven practices that are known to enhance their abilities on the competitive stage, and he has that and more to offer on today's episode of the show!If you enjoyed this episode and want to hear more about distance running, mindset, and mental toughness for runners, please share your thoughts in the comments under the show notes. You can also email me at allison.felsenthal@gmail.com with your ideas! I love hearing from you.  Don't forget to head to Apple Podcasts to support the show and tap on the "+Follow" button! Your support allows me to understand better what you enjoy and dislike and find the time and resources needed to push every new episode LIVE!Connect with Dr. Michael YessisExplosive RunningWebsite Support the show

Holistic Health with Susan Scollen
Trusting our heart and soul with Amanda Kate

Holistic Health with Susan Scollen

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 65:51


Meet Amanda Kate, a true advocate for becoming and trusting who we're meant to be. Amanda's journey unfolded when she realised how emotionally abused she'd been and then took leaps and bounds when she discovered Kinesiology through her healing. Amanda jumped in with both feet and learnt everything that was to be learnt with Kinesiology, and now shares her experience and knowledge with the world as a practising Kinesiologist, Mentor and published Author. Be Inspired xo

Inside Out Health with Coach Tara Garrison
ARI WHITTEN: How to Upgrade Your Entire Body with a Focus on Mitochondria

Inside Out Health with Coach Tara Garrison

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 50:30


Ari Whitten is the Founder of The Energy Blueprint. He is an energy and fatigue specialist who focuses on taking an evidence-based approach to energy enhancement, nutrition, exercise, natural health expert, and #1 best-selling author! He has been studying nutrition and holistic health for more than 2 decades and has a Bachelor of Science from San Diego State University in Kinesiology (with specialization in fitness, nutrition, and health). Ari is a tireless researcher who has obsessively devoted the last 20 years of his life to the pursuit of being on the cutting-edge of the science on health and energy enhancement! In this episode, Ari and Tara dive into mitochondrial health, why mitochondria are far more than just ‘a power plant' and what to focus on in order to beat fatigue and unlock all-day energy! Check out Ari's website: https://theenergyblueprint.com/ Instagram: @theenergyblueprint https://www.instagram.com/theenergyblueprint/ Check out his book Eat For Energy: https://amzn.to/3z9mhC8   IN THIS VIDEO YOU WILL LEARN: 00:02:04 Why you need to be thinking about mitochondria if you want to have energy 00:06:11 Mitochondria are not the 'mindless power houses of the cell' 00:11:10 The rejection of the need for making space for recovery in the modern society 00:18:07 How we lose mitochondria efficacy during aging and how to put brakes on it 00:28:25 The different fingerprints of hormetic stressors 00:38:09 How mitochondria handle stress & what you can do to neutralize its effects & help detoxify 00:43:58 Factors that are important to look into it in order to combat chronic fatigue and get more energy  

C60 Health Connections
Flipping 50 with Debra Atkinson

C60 Health Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 56:04


Are you over 50 and feeling it? On Episode 43 of C60 Health Connections, we welcome Functional Health Coach, Hormone Balancing Fitness Expert, and Flipping 50 Founder Debra Atkinson to share with us her secrets for vitality and provide insight into how you can flip the script on aging and achieve more energy, weight loss, and vibrant, radiant health into your 50's (and beyond)!   Debra has helped over 250,000 women “flip” their second half with the vitality and energy they want. She's the bestselling author of You Still Got It, Girl: The After 50 Fitness Formula for Women; -- Navigating Fitness After 50: Your GPS For Choosing Programs and Professionals You Can Trust; --- and -- Hot, Not Bothered.  Debra hosts Flipping 50 TV and the Flipping 50 podcast, an AARP top podcast for people over the age of 50+. She is a frequent speaker and TEDx presenter of -- Everything Women in Menopause Learned About Exercise May Be a Lie.  She has 38-years full time fitness experience, is an international fitness presenter for associations including International Council on Active Aging, IDEA, NSCA, and Athletic Business, and CanFitPro.    She's an American Council on Exercise Subject Matter Expert, and prior Senior Lecturer in Kinesiology at Iowa State University.  Debra is also founder of Flippingfifty.com and creator of the Flipping 50 Fitness Specialist program for fitness professionals. She's a frequent contributor at HuffPost, ShareCare, and other featured outlets and on the Education Advisory Board for Medfit.org.   Disclaimer: These statements and products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The information on this show, and C60 Purple Power products, are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, mitigate, or prevent disease. Please consult a healthcare professional before starting any new diet or exercise regimen. Individual results may vary.   Thanks for listening! To learn more about C60, please visit: https://shopc60.com/what-is-c60 Use the Coupon Code: THEC60SHOW for 10% off your first order at: https://shopc60.com Visit us on social media! Facebook. Instagram. YouTube. Twitter. Pinterest.  Search for us (“C60 Purple Power”) on any of your favorite alternative social media channels too.   Debra's Website https://flippingfifty.com/   Debra's Social Media YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/flipping50tv Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/flipping50tv Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/flipping50tv    5 Day Flip Results in just 5 DAYS made easy and fun! https://www.flippingfifty.com/5dayflip   Debra's TEDx Talk  Looking for easy lifestyle changes and healthy habits to kickstart your fitness flip? Start here! https://www.flippingfifty.com/tedx   Debra's Guide to Lunges Do you shy away from lunges? Debra's video series takes you step-by-step to teach you proper technique to avoid injury and get the most from this powerful movement! https://www.flippingfifty.com/lunges 

AMSSM Sports Medcasts
Exercise for Post-Menopausal Women with Dr. NiCole Keith

AMSSM Sports Medcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 19:11


On this episode of the AMSSM Sports Medcast (T: @TheAMSSM) host Dr. Jacob Wessels, MD is joined by sports medicine researcher and past president of the American College of Sports Medicine, Dr. NiCole Keith, PhD to discuss the topic of Exercise for Post-Menopausal Women.   Dr. NiCole Keith (T: @nicolekeithphd) is a Professor from the Department of Kinesiology and associate dean of faculty affairs in the School of Health & Human Sciences at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Her research interests include physical activity and health equity. In addition to serving as the current president of the ACSM she has previously served as the vice president of membership, communication, and policy and serves on both the Exercise is Medicine and American Fitness Index advisory boards.   In this 20-minute conversation Dr. Keith addresses the following topics:   Discussing the different stages of menopause and the importance of physical activity during these stages Creating effective exercise prescriptions, including the best physical activity recommendations and strategies The best types of exercises for post-menopausal women and several alternatives, based on potential health and risk factors Addressing health disparities between genders and communities, and making sure individuals can safely engage in physical activity

BJSM
Exercise for Post-Menopausal Women with Dr. NiCole Keith. EP#512

BJSM

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 19:11


On this episode of the AMSSM Sports Medcast (T: @TheAMSSM) host Dr. Jacob Wessels, MD is joined by sports medicine researcher and past president of the American College of Sports Medicine, Dr. NiCole Keith, PhD to discuss the topic of Exercise for Post-Menopausal Women. Dr. NiCole Keith (T: @nicolekeithphd) is a Professor from the Department of Kinesiology and associate dean of faculty affairs in the School of Health & Human Sciences at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Her research interests include physical activity and health equity. In addition to serving as the current president of the ACSM she has previously served as the vice president of membership, communication, and policy and serves on both the Exercise is Medicine and American Fitness Index advisory boards. In this 20 -minute conversation Dr. Keith addresses the following topics: · Discussing the different stages of menopause and the importance of physical activity during these stages · Creating effective exercise prescriptions, including the best physical activity recommendations and strategies · The best types of exercises for post-menopausal women and several alternatives, based on potential health and risk factors · Addressing health disparities between genders and communities, and making sure individuals can safely engage in physical activity

Momentum Podcast: Sports to Business W/ Tanvir
Carla Rosenberg: Staying The Course

Momentum Podcast: Sports to Business W/ Tanvir

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 36:06


Carla Rosenberg is Senior Vice President of Charity & Events Management for global sports marketing agency SPORTFIVE and is part of the leadership team. Based in Dallas, Carla runs the Charity and Events Management practice and offers additional event and production capabilities alongside Rooftop2 Productions, the agency's New York-based experiential marketing and production division. Carla's team also provides philanthropic expertise to many of SPORTFIVE'S more than 250 athlete clients looking to build or enhance their charitable activities. Prior to joining SPORTFIVE, Carla founded Matchpoint Agency and served as Chief Visionary Officer, working with athletes, professional sports teams and nonprofit clients to achieve their philanthropic goals. In May 2018, Matchpoint Agency joined Lagardère Plus, the global partnership marketing agency of Lagardère Sports and Entertainment, which was rebranded to SPORTFIVE in May. Carla's first entrée into the agency setting was as Sports Marketing Director for SCA Promotions. Before that, she spent eight seasons in the professional sports industry. Carla began her career working for the President of the Texas Rangers Baseball Club and later served as Senior Director of Community Marketing for the Dallas Stars Hockey Club and Executive Director of the Dallas Stars Foundation. These experiences, along with her natural business acumen, introduced her to new people, big ideas and winning strategies that helped inspire the evolution of Matchpoint. While helping athletes manage their Foundations and having her finger on the pulse of the professional sports landscape and philanthropic scene, her ability to maximize revenue opportunities and execute championship-level charity events has earned her notoriety as a game changer in the industry. From professional tennis tournaments to galas, she and her team have planned and executed some of the nation's highest-profile events. In 2019, Carla was selected as a recipient of Sports Business Journal's Game Changers Awards, which honors a select group of women who are having a major impact in transforming the sports business industry. Carla currently serves as President on the board of Dallas Influencers Sport & Entertainment (DISE) and sits on the Board of Directors for PwC SMU Athletic Forum, Nancy Lieberman Charities, and The Sandlot Children's Charity. She is on The University of Dallas MBA Advisory Board and The Dallas Stars Hockey Hall of Fame Nomination Committee. She volunteered her time as a former Board of Trustee member for ten years with The National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Born and raised in South Africa, Carla holds a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where she played four years of tennis on an NCAA Division-I Athletic Scholarship. She graduated with highest honors, as well as Academic All-American and All-Big Ten accolades. She also achieved her Master of Business Administration in Marketing/Sports & Entertainment Management from the University of Dallas in Irving, Texas. In this episode, we discuss: - Carla's love of tennis and her journey through NCAA as a D1 athlete - How Carla began her business journey in sports marketing while completing her MBA - Why saying yes to the hard things has the biggest results - How Carla started her own agency, and why saying "no" to certain projects allowed Matchpoint to scale - Story behind Matchpoint acquisition, and key takeaways for current business leaders - How Carla leveraged the pandemic to rethink and come out stronger

8 Minutes to Ageless
8 Minutes to Ageless - Episode 55 - Health Care

8 Minutes to Ageless

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 16:43


EPISODE SUMMARY: Stress comes from so many things and lack of health care insurance is one key factor. Dr. Pearson discusses the options out there today beyond the traditional commercial plans offered by your employer. The health care community is rising up and providing affordable services that produce better outcomes. Seems impossible? Take a listen. ON THIS EPISODE, WE DISCUSS… Dr. Pearson talks about going to two different funerals that made her start thinking, as they often do. Stress in the lack of proper health care is huge. Stress creates aging faster. Medical coverage has gone up. Dr. Pearson tells us some of the help some doctors are providing. There are community care programs that can help. CALLS-TO-ACTION: Get a copy of the book on Amazon. If you got some questions, reach out through the website: www.8minutestoageless.com www.8minutestoageless.org Who is Dr. Kelli Pearson? Experienced Chiropractor since 1982, working in collaborative health care settings. Currently a co-owner of a multi-disciplinary clinic, including chiropractors, massage therapists, movement specialists, and nutritional coaches. Owner of Real Work Life, a corporate wellbeing consulting company, and author of "8 Minutes to Ageless," teaching a minimalistic approach to aging well. Graduate of UCLA with a BS in Kinesiology and a Doctorate from Palmer West Chiropractic College. Socials: www.linkedin.com/in/kelli-pearson-0695035/

The Up-Beet Dietitians
64. Food Marketing: Trends, Issues, and the Madness with Lauren Link

The Up-Beet Dietitians

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 34:13


In this episode of The Up-Beet Dietitians podcast, Emily and Hannah are joined by sports dietitian and Purdue alum, Lauren Link. Lauren dives into her popular social media series: Marketing Madness. She breaks down what it is, the negative impacts of misleading marketing, and how listeners can shop smart. Be sure to tune to learn how to spot marketing madness and hear about the most outrageous #marketingmadness products Lauren's come across! Lauren Link is a Registered Dietitian and Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics. She is the director of sports nutrition at Purdue University, where she played women's soccer and was part of the 2007 Big Ten Tournament championship team. As an undergrad, she completed a dual degree in Dietetics and Nutrition, Fitness and Health, and later completed her Masters from Purdue in Health and Kinesiology. Lauren began her professional career as a clinical dietitian with St. Vincent's Hospital before returning to her alma mater in 2014 as the program's first full-time sports dietitian. As the director of sports nutrition at Purdue she oversees all sports nutrition operations and staff, and works directly with football, men's basketball, soccer and volleyball. Outside of her work at Purdue, she also sits on the Board of Directors for the Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association and is currently the Vice President. In 2017 she published her first book, The Healthy Former Athlete. Follow Lauren on social media @linktonutrition ! This podcast is not a substitute for professional medical advice. If you have questions or concerns about any areas of your health, please seek advice from a medical professional. Social Media Links: The Up-Beet Dietitians Website: https://www.theupbeetdietitians.com/ Our Course: https://www.theupbeetdietitians.com/course Email: theupbeetdietitians@gmail.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theupbeetdietitians/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKjuRtudZD8gAxXWv3ur_hw Lauren Website: www.thehealthyformerathlete.com Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and TikTok: @LinktoNutrition Emily Website & Blog: www.emknutrition.net Instagram: @dietitianemk TikTok: @dietitianemily YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfkt2qpXB1T7XoCQKh6Fd1g Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DietitianEmK Hannah Work with Hannah: https://www.healthwithhannaht.com/programs Website & Blog: https://www.healthwithhannaht.com/blog Instagram: @dietitian.hannah TikTok: @dietitianhannah YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPWsiK2t3hD0XvWg2NJRU0A Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/healthwithhannaht --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-up-beet-dietitians/support

Sports RD Snippets
Football Training Camp w/Peter Ritz: Northwestern University

Sports RD Snippets

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 66:45


Training Camp is HERE! Peter Ritz talks all about his role as an Advanced Clinical Dietitian for Football, and shares early lessons learned in his career as a Sports RD. Veteran and experienced Sports RD's also share their advice for students working their first training camp! Is being a Football Only Sports RD for you? Find out in this episode! Peter Ritz is currently an Advanced Clinical Dietitian with Northwestern Medicine serving as the team dietitian for Northwestern Football. Peter came to the program in March of 2020 after three years working with Virginia Tech. In addition to providing clinical nutrition counseling and education, Peter is also heavily involved in the department's research and sports science efforts. A Texas native, he earned Bachelor's degrees in both Nutritional Science and Kinesiology at Texas A&M in 2015, and a master's degree concentrated in Applied Nutrition and Physical Activity at Virginia Tech in 2019. Peter is a Registered Dietitian and a Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics with 9 years of experience working within college athletics, specifically college football. He was awarded with the 2018-2019 CPSDA Research Grant for his work entitled "The Omega-3 Status of Collegiate Athletes" which he presented in May of 2019 at the CPSDA Annual Meeting and was recently published. Links to his most publications will be linked in the show notes. Dietary and Biological Assessment of the Omega-3 Status of Collegiate Athletes: A Cross-Sectional Analysis https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0228834 Gatorade Sports Science Exchange #212: Promoting Optimal Omega-3 Fatty Acid Status in Athletes https://www.gssiweb.org/en/sports-science-exchange/Article/promoting-optimal-omega-3-fatty-acid-status-in-athletes This episode is sponsored by Momentous! Visit their website at livemomentous.com and use the code RDSNIPPETS at checkout to get 20% off your order!

LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL
Living In The Moment W/ Nina Kucheran - EP #98

LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 76:44


I am joined by the incredible Nina Kucheran on todays episode. She is an elite level swimmer, mental health advocate, student athlete, and is going to be swimmer for U of F this upcoming season while studying for her Masters in Kinesiology. I had a blast picking her brain and chatting with her i hope you guys enjoy this conversation as much as i did. Connect With Nina: https://www.instagram.com/ninakucheran/ Check Out The Hidden Opponent: https://www.instagram.com/thehiddenopponent/ New Here: *CONNECT WITH ME THROUGH INSTAGRAM: @ https://www.instagram.com/glenyg96/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2cJr8YrI1xPPMkrYRpAfBc? si=AqVKuWuBRoaoP9iG5kMZ8g Join The Community On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LIFEAFTERHIGHSCHOOLGLEN

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness
Move Your Body, Heal Your Mind - Jennifer Heisz [360]

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 64:23


Do you struggle with making time to exercise? As parents, exercising can seem daunting and exhausting. In this episode, I talk to Jennifer Heisz, author of Move the Body, Heal the Mind: Overcome Anxiety, Depression, and Dementia, and Improve Focus, Creativity, and Sleep about the importance of daily movement. We talk about how exercise doesn't have to be vigorous or time-consuming. Jennifer suggests ways even busy parents can make time for movement. Watch this episode on the Mindful Mama Youtube channel! If you enjoyed this episode, and it inspired you in some way, I'd love to hear about it and know your biggest takeaway. Take a screenshot of you listening on your device, post it to your Instagram stories, and tag me @mindfulmamamentor. Have you left a review yet? All you have to do is go to  Apple Podcasts or  Stitcher (or wherever you listen), and thanks for your support of the show! Takeaways:  Moving is a kickstarter to mindfulness Physical inactivity contributes as much to dementia as genetics Contrary to popular belief, exercising later in the day does not disrupt our sleep, in fact, it can reset our biological clocks Jennifer J. Heisz, Ph.D., is an expert in brain health. She is an Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Brain Health and Aging in the Department of Kinesiology at McMaster University. She directs the NeuroFit lab, which has attracted over $1 million to support her research program on the effects of exercise on brain health. Dr. Heisz's award-winning research examines the impact of physical activity on brain function to promote mental health and cognition in young adults, older adults, and individuals with Alzheimer's disease. Her debut book called Move the Body, Heal the Mind examines the latest research on how exercise can help you overcome anxiety, depression, and dementia and improve focus, creativity, and sleep. Get Hunter's book, Raising Good Humans now! Click here to order and get book bonuses! ABOUT HUNTER CLARKE-FIELDS: Hunter Clarke-Fields is a mindful mama mentor. She coaches smart, thoughtful parents on how to create calm and cooperation in their daily lives. Hunter has over 20 years of experience in mindfulness practices. She has taught thousands worldwide. Be a part of the tribe—we're over 25 thousand strong! Join the Mindful Parenting membership. Take your learning further! Get my Top 2 Best Tools to Stop Yelling AND the Mindful Parenting Roadmap for FREE at: mindfulmamamentor.com/stopyelling/ Find more podcasts, blog posts, free resources, and how to work with Hunter at MindfulMamaMentor.com.

Pure Animal Podcast
Animal kinesiology with Penny Fitzgerald

Pure Animal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 40:34


Penny Fitzgerald is a fully qualified, Professional Kinesiology Practice Therapist and is the Principal Practitioner at PDF Kinesiology in Clarinda, Melbourne. She has been practicing kinesiology for over 15 year and is also a master of Sekhem Healing, a powerful energy-based healing modality. After being inspired by her own experience with kinesiology, Penny obtained her International Diploma of Kinesiology. She then decided to expand her knowledge and experience into the pet world and now practices at East West Veterinary Group in Victoria, where she has been able to help animals with allergies, skin conditions, anxiety, stress and other behavioural issues. Topics discussed include: What attracted Penny to start using kinesiology on animals. Penny explains kinesiology and how it works. What does a normal session with Penny look like. Penny discusses how she uses kinesiology in her animal cases. Conditions for which kinesiology can be helpful. Penny discusses  how she uses kinesiology to help with stress. Is kinesiology part of a long-term management plan? You can find Penny at https://www.eastwestvet.com.au/index.php and https://pdfkinesiology.com.au/# Video of Penny's consult https://youtu.be/NMvF96Pn-p0See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brothers in Tech
Scam Avoidance

Brothers in Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 92:01


Although the process of bad actors attempting to scam someone has been around since the beginning of time (actually, we don't know if that is true…but it sounds good), but the use of technology to accomplish those goals has become rampant over the past 30-40 years. From calls on your landline to see if anyone is home…to emails to suggest that the Prince of Nairobi wants to send you a lot of money…to messages claiming that you need to provide your financial information in order to stop a mistaken charge, scammers are always looking to find new and effective ways of getting access to your information and/or money. Yeah…people suck. But, regardless of the approach, there are some strategies that can help limit the likelihood that you will fall victim.In this episode of Brothers in Tech, we welcome a guest who has a lot of experience dealing with scammers and helping vulnerable users stay safe from scams. Bill Carrigan (IT/Help Desk/Support @ Pacific University) helps us figure out some steps in recognizing and avoiding phone, email, text, and online sales scams. So, if you are still waiting on your millions from the Prince of Nairobi…this episode is for you. Your Hosts:Alan Jackson (the older Brother) is a producer of online content with Jackson Creative and survey researcher with Jackson Insight.Brian Jackson (the younger Brother) is an Associate Professor of Kinesiology at Pacific University and Product Director/Consultant at Senaptec, Inc..Have any feedback for the Brothers regarding this topic (or future topics)? Visit www.Brothers-In-Tech.com or email info@themesh.tv.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Healthy Wealthy & Smart
600: Relinde Moors: 5 Myths About Limiting Beliefs That Keep Entrepreneurs Stuck

Healthy Wealthy & Smart

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 36:30


In this episode, Founder of the Elevate to Thrive Academy, Relinde Moors, talks about self-limiting beliefs and entrepreneurship. Today, Relinde talks about how our inner work can determine our business success, and how to identify limiting beliefs before they take hold. What are 5 limiting beliefs that keep us stuck? Hear about ways to change limiting beliefs, how our thoughts impact our beliefs, and get Relinde's advice to her younger self, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast.   Key Takeaways “You can shift a belief in a moment what has taken a lifetime to build.” “If you are feeling a desire to change that story in some way, you actually can.” “The thought creates a feeling or emotion, and that emotion creates an action.” “The thoughts, in the end, creates the result, not the circumstance.” “If you have the vision or the idea or the feeling or the impulse, that is the thing to follow.”   More about Relinde Moors Relinde Moors is the founder of the Elevate to Thrive Academy. Elevate to Thrive helps vision-driven coaches and experts make more impact and money, by elevating their energy, story, and sales. Her clients have turned their freelance work into a multiple 6-figure thriving business, changed to 3-day workweeks while doubling their revenue, and moved to their dream country with their now 100% location independent online empire. Her signature approach comes down to creating a clear and simplified business strategy and elevating your subconscious beliefs to support you goals. Relinde lived and worked worldwide and recently found her way back home to a beautiful little ‘castle' in a Dutch forest.   Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Entrepreneurship, Limiting Beliefs, Vision, Strategy, Myths,   Resources 5 Myths About Limiting Beliefs that Keep Entrepreneurs Stuck. How to Assemble a Mental Superhero Team to Realize Your Dreams.   Get Your FREE Gift!   To learn more, follow Relinde at: Website:          https://relindemoors.com Facebook:       Relinde Moors LinkedIn:         Relinde Moors Instagram:       @relindemoors   Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website:                      https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts:          https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify:                        https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud:               https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher:                       https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio:               https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927   Read the Full Transcript Here:  00:02 Hi, are you there? Got it. Okay, great. Yeah, yeah. Hi, Melinda. Welcome to the podcast. I am so happy to have you on as a guest. We've been trying to do this for a while. So I'm really excited. Thanks for coming on.   00:19 Yes, thank you for having me. I'm really happy to be here. Finally.   00:22 Yes. And our connection is we did Selena Sue's impact accelerator in 2020. I believe it was, because it was right during the beginning of the pandemic. And so we spent nine months together, I think, right? Was it nine months, six months, nine months was a long time. So it was really a wonderful group of women led by Selena and her team. And Linda was one of those wonderful women. And I'm really excited to have you here now. And we are going to talk about some limiting beliefs that we may have as entrepreneurs that keep us stuck that don't allow us to move forward. But before we get to those nuggets, let's talk about how you came to realize that business success was highly dependent on the inner work we're willing to do. So I'll kick it over to you.   01:23 Yeah, great. Okay, so a little bit of my background, I studied dance and theater. So I actually worked as a choreographer as a dancer for like, 17 years, and I have my own dance company. And, and I thought that that was going to be what I would be doing my whole life, until things just changed. And I ended up going for a holiday to Bali. And in that holiday, a lot changed. And a lot happened. Long story short, I decided to quit my dance company. And I decided that I wanted to start more of a business of my own and an online business. And I ended up staying in Bali. So I got a little job there in a local yoga school teaching yoga and teaching contemporary dance, making very little money, because that was in rupee, us. And you need a lot of rupees to go around. So I could just maintain my living there, I was living on my savings, and I was making there. And in the meantime, I was learning more about business. Because even though when I look back, I wasn't an entrepreneur before that. I really didn't know that in a way that was just artistic. That was my focus. So it was learning about entrepreneurship, about online business, I found out how to do things I learned all the techniques started to create online courses, that all the things but it didn't really take off. And in that time on Bali, I took a course on limiting beliefs, it was specifically on that topic. And in that course, I at one point said to the teacher, listen, I need to really take a break because I'm working with a business coach, and I need to write my about page and I need to write all these things. And I have been working on it for days and days and days. And I don't seem to get it and I need to spend time and she said, that's okay, you can take the afternoon off. But why don't we look at the beliefs that are in the way of you just writing them. And she tested beliefs. And I remember there were beliefs like, I am a leader, I'm an expert. I I know who I am, I know what I want to do things like that. And some of those beliefs and I say tested actually have to explain that. We tested that with muscle testing with a Kinesiology technique. And she did that. And they were like testing as a no. So we worked on the beliefs and right after I said, Okay, I'm gonna sit down and write is about page and I just wrote it. I got it out. And that felt really good showed it to my business coach. And about like, two weeks later, I started to make so much more money. I literally made $15,000 In two weeks, which was totally surreal for me. And from then on, just something clicked in my head, I was okay, I needed to shift certain beliefs to have a breakthrough in a way to put myself out there and actually run a business and make money in a healthy and empowering way.   04:33 And what were the beliefs that were holding you back? What did you have to step over?   04:39 Yeah. I mean, fairly, honestly, a big belief that I found that I didn't know wasn't in because these beliefs live in your subconscious. So they often feel very big and dramatic, I would say. But there was a belief that I found that was I'm a failure, which was also related to me as because in the Netherlands, I was having a good career as a choreographer, my dance company against all odds was touring in the Netherlands and, and even abroad. And I was quitting that, but I felt I'm a failure, I'm like a failure, if I do that, because I didn't become this artist, or I'm gonna always feel at this business thing, I can never make so much money. So that were the kind of beliefs that I was mainly battling. And, and that and that felt deep, that felt really painful. It was very confronting to look at that. And to, to see that and so we did all the work around it. We'll get to that a little bit. Maybe later on, but there's just events in life that create those beliefs. So all of that came up. And I had to work through pretty emotional things to really let them go and have the change happen, because those beliefs changed.   05:59 Yeah. And now let's talk about those limiting beliefs. So there are a lot of myths kind of swirling around about some limiting beliefs that might keep us stuck. So why don't we dive in? I think there's five I'm sure there's 50. If there's five, right. But we'll take maybe some common ones. So let's, let's talk about number one.   06:26 So one is that a belief is just a thought that you keep thinking? And I don't I don't agree with that it does. It's not for that song on repeat. Because very often, we don't even know what are those beliefs, we think now I think I'm good enough, I think I'm good enough the way I am, right? And then when you look at the subconscious mind, it might not actually deep down believe that. Or I've worked with people, even really successful business people that make millions, and, and they have built so much success in their life. And I've worked through that. And they have, you know, the cars and the house, and they have the success. And we worked and we found beliefs around confidence. Like again, like the kind of I'm not good enough beliefs, or I'm not confidence, I actually don't know. This only can cut. And, and what so what seemed is that you can have this external reality of really success and being confident and being all the things. But then the belief doesn't have to support that. And then it even seems that this belief of I'm not successful, or I'm not confident, so I'm not good enough, actually became a motivator. A drive to always work harder to always do better. So it becomes it's another reason for the for the subconscious mind to not let go of that belief is like, hey, we get a lot out of that. Mm   08:01 hmm. Yeah. Especially if it becomes a driving force, you think, well, this is a good thing that I think or believe this, because it's driving me to where I am now. And then so then the question is, Is it harmful to get rid of that belief? Or what would happen if if that belief were to change if that's your motivating factor?   08:22 Yeah, when I work with my people, like in the method that I use, really, literally tell the brain? I mean, we will look for like, what are those benefit benefiting factors that came from that limiting belief? What are the good things and often Yes, motivation, or I'm connected, you know, other people like me, if I don't have I'm not so successful, I play a little small, and really liked and loved. And, and those are good things. And it's good to be connected to other people and to be humble even if you want that. But you don't need the limiting belief for that. And we will literally tell the brain, you can be successful and still be liked and loved and still be a really good person. And you know, you can have all those good things. I'm thinking of a woman I worked with, and it's a really clear example. She had this limit of she had her own business, and she was making about $5,000 a month. And she really felt like a limit there. Like, really like every time I go above that I get really uncomfortable. I do something to have a be relaxed the next month, she would even sometimes get physically sick. And I said, Okay, let's look at the belief. And what turned out is that in her life, in many different ways, she had learned that it's really, that you become a bad person if you make a lot of money. And she had worked before that for oil and gas companies and had stopped that because she felt my values just don't align with that. But it was over Ever in her life, it was reinforced that you can only make if you make a lot of money, you're a bad person. And when we could switch that I remember so well that she switched it. And she said, Oh, I want what I really want to believe is that money can be a force for good. And that if I make lots of money, I can make a beautiful positive impact in the world. And she literally, we did that session. And literally the next month, she started making three times more or four times more, just because she could not do that in a way that will stand in line with with her values. Really?   10:43 Yeah. And that's a deep, that's a deep one. To get over. I was   10:48 really deep. And then you also see it already, the parents have, you know, always taught her things like that. And then you just see how to hold family. And of course, the whole society would would teach things around them. Yeah, yeah. Oh, wow.   11:02 Okay, so that's a big, that's a big myth. What's Myth number two.   11:08 So Myth number two is that you can just replace the belief with a simple thought. So you just decide, I don't feel good enough or rich people are evil, like rich can be literally you believe or if I'm rich, I'm, I'm, I'm bad, or anything like that. And then you see it, and you just change it. Sometimes that might be the way and that is great. But it really isn't always. And that is because there's different reasons, as we just talked about this idea of like, hey, it's actually served me that the subconscious holds on to it. I speak about four reasons which one reason is the gifts as we just said, like the good things that came out of the limiting beliefs is the fear of the positive belief, I have so much money, that no, I will lose all my friends, because we will get to bigger difference, for example. And then there is people in places, which is people that told you that. So for example, my father told me that and I'm part of the family, as we just said, because he believes that so I want to believe the same. And then as emotions, which has to do with forgiveness, letting go of anger and letting go of resentments or regret.   12:22 Right, so you just can't say a positive thing every day. And poof, the belief is expunged?   12:30 No, yeah, as I said, it's really great. Because sometimes, yes, sometimes that works. But if something is a bit deeper, it's really good to do some deeper work around it. And that is, yeah, what I hate if people feel bad because of that, they're like, Oh, I just did all my affirmations. And I noticed and still I don't do this, and they almost get angry with themselves. And I'm like, let's get really kind with ourselves, because it's nothing but your subconscious mind actually wanting to protect you and thinking, hey, this believe we've had this for a long time. We want to keep it Yeah, right.   13:07 Right. Okay, that makes a lot of sense. Okay, what's Myth number three.   13:12 Myth number three, that would be another side of the coin is that you can't change them. So some people think this is just the way you are, people don't change in the core as they are, this is how it is or, and that is not true. either. You can definitely change them, you can change them on a deep, subconscious level. And then it will be you will almost forget it. Like I get clients and I have forgotten that I felt that behavior. Normally I would get really nervous if I would get on stage and speak in front of people. And this time, I just didn't even feel anything because we shifted to believe that was causing that nervousness, for example.   13:54 Yeah, and I'm sure a lot of people even as they get older, so you know, I've, I've been around for 50 years, you're not going to change my beliefs. That's part of who I am. Right. So that must be challenging to work with someone like that. So how do you approach a person that may come to you and say, Well, this is me. Can't change it? Yeah,   14:15 absolutely. I mean, first of all, I would talk about the fact that a lot of the beliefs that we have appear to be the truth, and that this might be one of them. So I would challenge that and I would see if I could get an opening in and what if we could we could change in right now. And and and then it might take time to really embody it and to really integrate it in your life. But what if that wouldn't be possible?   14:50 Yeah. And then it gets people thinking, Well, I mean, well, what if it did happen, then what would the outcome of that be what would my life look like? If I was able to, to change some of these beliefs that I think are impossible to change.   15:06 Yeah, exactly. I would also explain that. And this makes it quite concrete, I think that we have, you know, you have all the outer circumstances in life, the things that we experience. And then sometimes we feel powerless over those circumstances. Yet, the moment that you become empowered is when you think, Okay, this is the circumstance, I don't know, what would be a good example something that we're not happy with.   15:36 Let's say your what's your it'd be a good example. You. I mean, we can you can't find people to join your or to to be a part of your online course you you're launching an online course you've launched it, it's been a couple of months, and it's crickets no one's coming. So must mean oh, well, I just as I thought it's not good enough. No one's coming.   16:10 Exactly. Okay. Great example. So we have that circumstance, not selling anything, you did a whole launch did all the work, and it didn't work. So now, if your foot is exactly that must mean, it's not good enough, this is not gonna work, then you can ask yourself, Okay, I have that thought about the circumstance. I have that thought, what kind of what emotion does that create? So if I think you see is not good enough, I'm gonna feel a little sad and tired, I think and not so motivated to start over again. Then if I have that emotion, what kind of actions do I take? Maybe I quit it once. I, you know, I won't do it again. It's just like, I tried that this didn't work. And then I will have that results, it will never come. So this is how we and that is also how it works is like all the time does belief gets confirmed in life. That's how it works. So now when you change the thoughts, and you think, Hmm, interesting with curiosity, it didn't work this time. I am totally convinced that it can work. What can I change? Now you will have a different emotionally motivated, you're curious, maybe you'll ask a mentor or your hire a coach, I don't know what you'll do to figure that out. You take different actions, you launch it again, this time it sells out, yay. And then you have a different result. And then the belief will really be shifted. So this makes it I think, pretty concrete, and how those beliefs shape our reality, and how we actually have so much more power over our circumstances, no matter what happens, because we have power over what we think about him.   18:00 Yeah, I love that. And it, it's like, instead of looking at it as a complete failure, perhaps it's an opportunity to go a little deeper to do a little investigating. And to put it out again. Yes,   18:20 exactly. Yeah. And you know, if we go even a little deeper into that, for example, when I had my belief, I'm a failure, and some fat and I had actually a course that I sold it only to one person, and this person had in two weeks time asked for refunds. So imagine having that belief was horrible. It was so shit ashamed. You see, I'm a failure. So triggering that but having the understanding and then shifting, that belief was so powerful, not only for the business side, but in so many other areas of my life. So I now always say, Never waste a good trigger. If something like that happens. Yeah, that's amazing. We can find a belief we can shift it and that actually good news.   19:02 Wow, thanks for sharing that. What about myth number four?   19:08 Myth number four. Is that if you have that, yeah, we talked a little bit about that, but that it takes a lifetime to change them that if you've I've heard this often well, if you had something for 30 years, you will take 30 years to get rid of it. If you do and I really believe in going into that deep subconscious work. Because the conscious mind of course, it does a lot that the subconscious drives a lot of the behavior and results in the end, then you can actually change it in in a single session or in a in a moment. And then of course, as I said, it takes time to integrate it but they are Yeah, you can shift to believe in in a moment What has taken a lifetime to build? Yeah,   20:02 right. And I think that's important because a lot of people may think, Well, I don't have time to do this kind of work, because it's going to take months and months and months, years and years or a lifetime. I don't have the time.   20:15 Yeah, that that would be. It depends on how. So as I'll think about it right now is that it really saves me a lot of time, because instead of trying to change the outer reality, I'm going to get to the core shift the belief, and then the other reality on so many areas will change. So I think that that would be also my answer to that. And yes, indeed, it doesn't have to take you don't have to be in talk about it in therapy for a long, long time, you can actually find it another modality that works with this is EMDR. It has a similar approach. And yeah, I think it's very, very effective in a short amount of time.   21:05 Yeah. Because, you know, people these days, I mean, we can't even sit through, you know, an entire movie, sometimes going onto your phone or being distracted by a million things. And now you want to just short, tic TOCs, or short reels are all like, it seems our brain is primed to, to have the attention span for Do you know what I mean? So it's like, if it's gonna take a week, a month, years, whatever, people will throw up their hands and say, Oh, forget it. Yeah,   21:39 yes. And in a way, I think in a way, that is a way for the brain to avoid the possible, confronting things that this might bring up. So there is this feeling of I know, this might bring up things from my childhood or things that I find really painful. And I believe that that thought of like, I don't have time for that is actually a resistance to that might not because part of the work is in the moment maybe uncomfortable. Yeah,   22:17 yeah. So it's your brain saving you that discomfort and and protecting you essentially, that's what the I mean, our brains protect us, right? And so if, if the brain feels like, Oh, this is going to, no, I don't want to do this, it's going to be too uncomfortable. I'm going to protect you, we're not going to do it at all. If we compare it to like, the physical body. Like if, if you you were on a ledge, and it was a 10 foot drop, your brain would be like, Nope, because you're gonna probably hurt yourself, if you go down and jump off this 10 foot drop instead, why don't we take the long way around and use the stairs? To save to save ourselves? Right? So it's kind of the same thing. It's like the brain is just protecting you from what could be something that's uncomfortable that is going to make you do something you don't want to do.   23:08 Yeah, yeah, absolutely. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah,   23:11 that makes a lot of sense. Okay, what is myth? Number five? I feel like this is a big one.   23:17 Myth number five, is that the ones from your family that you can't change it? So this is a big one. And there are studies on that believes genetically or trauma genetically gets passed on, right? So there is and the experience is I just I've grown, this is who I am, we, my, my whole family lives this way. It's important for me to protect that. And I understand. And really, you know, sometimes when you change a certain belief or attitudes towards something, it might be that people are confused for a moment, or that it changes your dynamics with your parents or with your family or with your loved ones. And that fear, again, is underneath that as well. It is the most beautiful and empowering thing, I think to to realize that you can write your own story. That's how I think about it, that the family line comes with a certain story. But if you are feeling a desire to change that sort of story in some way that you actually can, and very often it actually changes the dynamic also for the better, very often it releases or unleashes things in the family that are actually really healing not only for you, but also for the people around you. Yeah,   24:50 yeah. So again, things can change. beliefs can change. So I'm going to recap myths one through five you'll let me know if I Don't get them. Right. So myth one is their thoughts just stuck on repeat. Myth number two, you just replace them with more positive thoughts. Myth number three can't change them hardwired? Sorry, I'm too old to change can't What is it? You can't teach an old dog new tricks, right? Exactly that myth number four, they take a lifetime to change. And myth number five, the ones from your family can't change. So all those are myths. So I think we've busted all of them. Now, a lot of people may think, oh, boy, subconscious mind, the brain. This all sounds a little too out there for me. So what would you say to folks who are resistant to go there? Because they think it's a little too out there?   25:47 Yeah. I would actually ask, like, imagine that you would see that as a belief, first of all, so that you would say, okay, I can, for a moment just play an experiment and the things that I see as true to my life. Let me see you this. Okay. That's the that's really the rooted belief that I have right now. And then play around with what if you would say, Yes, I'm going to completely subscribe to that idea. I'm going to think that limiting beliefs can be changed in a subconscious in one session, just like Melinda just said, like, what could possibly be bad about that? How could that be a bad thing? And that would actually be fierce around that whole idea. Now, maybe when you've determined that, why not give it a try? Like why you don't have to completely believe that it works that way. But why not give yourself the benefits of you know, give this whole idea to benefit of the doubt and just say like, you know what, I can experiment with it, I can just give it a go. And when a belief comes up, or when something comes up in your life that doesn't go the way that you wanted, or you have something that really triggers you in some way. Why not write down what you think the thoughts and the beliefs are that underneath that, remember that idea of we have the circumstance, the outer reality, and then we have the thoughts that creates a feeling the feeling creates an action and the action creates a result? So what if you would slightly change your foot around it? And just give yourself that that play of okay, well, good, what would that actually do to me?   27:32 Yeah, well, I love that. Can you say that again? So you start with the external, and then it goes to your thoughts. Go ahead. You complete it, because I thought that was really great.   27:42 Yeah, yeah. So yeah, so the external is a circumstance, the reality is the bank account that doesn't have enough money, the arm that hurts the I don't know. I don't know, boyfriend who is not calling like, I don't care, like whatever that is the business, as we said, the course that isn't failing. And then the thinking, okay, that's the circumstance. Now, what is my thought about him. And this is such a great first thing to do to become aware of the thought about it, you know, that these thoughts goes so fast, because you've practiced that a lot. So these wires in that house that is wired in a brain that is just happening so fast, that you might perceive them as the truth, but slow down, and just write down this is the thought, the foot creates a feeling or an emotion. And that emotion creates an action. So as we just said, If I feel a little disappointed and powerless, I might not take action, or I'll stop my business at all my online course thing at all. And that action creates results. So here's where you can see that the belief the forts, in the hands created the river, so not the circumstance.   29:00 I love it. I think that's great. And what a fantastic takeaway I was going to ask, okay, what do you really want the listeners to take away and I have to tell you, I think you beat me to the punch, because that's great. And it also shows, like we say, in the physical therapy world, I work with a lot of people with chronic pain, that the brain has plasticity, the brain can change. Yes. And it's not just in the physical. So what you're saying is you have these circumstances, here's your initial thought about it, if we can change that thought, perhaps the emotion connected to that which we sort of comes out of that amygdala area of the brain, that can be changed, that can be altered because the brain is plastic, and it can change. And I think that's such a great way to button up this conversation. I love it. I'm gonna think about that. Now. Every time something happens in and I have a thought and be like, Okay, wait a second. So Slow it down. What if I thought about it differently, I may have a different feeling. But then most importantly, your action will be different. So instead of saying my corset and tell I'm going to curl up in a ball on my bed and never leave, instead, it's my Corsten cell. Okay? Let me that could be an opportunity for me to go in and look at it, maybe jigger things up and see if I can, I can change things to make it a little bit more appealing. So then your action would be way different. So instead of curling up in a ball, it's let's edit this course, which are two very different things.   30:37 Exactly, exactly. Yeah, that's it. I love that.   30:40 Yeah, I love it. I think that's awesome. Now, where can people find you if they want to learn more about you, they want to work with you. Go ahead.   30:51 Great. Okay, so you can find me on all the socials, you can find my website, which is where Linda morris.com If you're listening, maybe not so easy. to spell that one, I do have a little mini course on how to shift any limiting belief. And I made a tiny URL, it's just to make things easy. And that would be tinyurl.com/shift. Any limiting belief altogether. So little sentence, that one, I think is a great one to have. It has a couple of videos and some PDFs, where all of the things that we just talked about gets explained a little bit more in depth and just give you a simple process to do it or try it out for yourself.   31:41 Awesome. And we'll have all the links at podcast at healthy, wealthy smart.com. So that you can go on and click and take a take this limiting shift any limiting belief course. So we will have all of the and links to all of your social media and everything else as well. Now, before we go the last question, which is when I asked everyone, and that's knowing where you are now in your life, and in your career, what advice would you give to your younger self?   32:13 Yes. So I would really tell my long younger self to be more trusting of the things that I felt that I want to I've been always doing things I would say kind of against the status quo. I've even had a teacher one who said you always have to make the impossible possible. And now it would be like okay, trust yourself, and then it's gonna turn out okay. And even if somebody else doesn't believe it, or doesn't see it, if you have the vision or the idea or the feeling or the impulse, that is the thing to follow. So that is what I would say. I think   32:55 that is wonderful advice for your younger self and for all of our listeners listening today. So Linda, thank you so much for coming on sharing all this info. And again, everyone will have all of her Linda's information at podcast at healthy wealthy smart.com. So Linda, thank you so much for coming on the podcast.   33:14 Thank you, Karen. Really lovely to be here.   33:17 And everyone. Thanks so much for listening, have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart.  

TNT Radio
Virginia Young on Joseph Arthur & his Technicolor Dreamcast - 29 July 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 56:00


GUEST OVERVIEW: Virginia Young has a bachelor of science in Biomedical Science and Master of Science in Kinesiology with an emphasis in clinical cardiac rehabilitation from Texas A&M University in College Station. She has worked in both public and private sector biomedical research labs and was the supervisor of a private DNA sequencing lab. Virginia left her work in cell biology to pursue a career in allied health and preventive medicine. She continued to work in health and fitness and added in-home child care. Her experiences as a Christian mother brought a new perspective, and now she follows in her grandfather's and father's footsteps in the battle against Communism while teaching science to homeschool students of all ages.

The Strength Running Podcast
258. Professor of Kinesiology Kim Dawson on Managing Pre-Race Anxiety

The Strength Running Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 61:10 Very Popular


Kim Dawson is a professor of kinesiology at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, ON, Canada. Her extensive education and research in psychomotor behaviour and exercise science gives her a deep understanding of the issues that affect performance. She has worked with elite athletes, Olympians and professional sport organizations for over 10 years. This episode is all about managing emotions like stress, pre-race anxiety, and nervousness, so you can transform them into ambition for a great run. Don't miss even more ideas on how to build mental skills at strengthrunning.com/brain/. Thank you Athletic Greens! One scoop of AG1 gives me 75 vitamins, minerals, and whole food-sourced ingredients including a greens superfood blend, probiotics, prebiotics, adaptogens, and more. AG1 helps me fill in any nutrition gaps in my diet - because I know I don't eat perfectly - and gives me a nice boost of energy and focus throughout the day.  But what I love about AG1 is that it changes. Over the last decade, they've made 53 improvements to the formula based on the latest research to make these nutrients more absorbable and more rigorous with 3rd party testing. Go to athleticgreens.com/jason to see the great offer they've put together for podcast listeners: you'll get a year's worth of free Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs of AG1 with your first purchase. You can sign up for single shipment or for a monthly drop if you want to make AG1 a part of your regular healthy lifestyle. Go to athleticgreens.com/jason to sign up today. Thank you IMPOSSIBLE Sleep! We're also supported by IMPOSSIBLE SLEEP, a new performance sleep drink to help high performers get the most out of their nightly rest. Impossible Sleep is a melatonin free sleep drink mix that provides deep recovery while gently lulling you to sleep. Learn more about it at impossible.co/jason/ and be sure to use code Jason20 to save 20% on your first subscription order.  The product is very simple - it only has two ingredients with magnesium to promote muscle recovery and deep sleep, and L-theanine for a subtle calming effect that helps you wind down at the end of the day. If you're like me, you don't have problems pushing your limits, but you may struggle to fall asleep at the end of the day. But high achieving runners have to prioritize their sleep - it's like a performance enhancing drug that allows us to absorb our training, improve, and race faster. IMPOSSIBLE Sleep helps you optimize your bedtime routine so you can get as much deep recovery as possible. And when you consider that studies have shown that sleep loss can lead to glucose imbalances, increased anxiety, and your risk of getting sick, it's a no brainer to get as much high quality sleep as you can. Now you can get 20% off your first subscription order at impossible.co/jason/ with code jason20. That's 20% off your first subscription order at impossible.co/jason/ and don't forget to use code jason20 at checkout.

8 Minutes to Ageless
8 Minutes to Ageless - Episode 54 - Nan Palmer

8 Minutes to Ageless

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 18:12


EPISODE SUMMARY: Today Dr. Pearson has the privilege of interviewing Nan Palmer, a yoga therapist and senior who believes age is a choice. At 70 years of age, she still discovers a new way to make life better easily. We talk about a strategy that she has used recently to release weight, using Noom, an online platform. I think you will find it inspiring. If you want to contact Nan for online yoga therapy you can reach her at yogawithnan@gmail.com. ON THIS EPISODE, WE DISCUSS… Dr. Pearson tells us a little bit about how she met Nan. Nan gives us a little backstory. Dr. Pearson asks Nan to tell us about her past and how she has had such a big shift in weight. About two months ago Nan began the new program Noom. In two months the scale hasn't moved a ton, but Nan finds she can move better and things in her closet are fitting again. Noom helps connect the psychological part of your brain with the rest of your body. Slowly over time, Nan is finding the way she thinks about food to be changing. No food is forbidden and you get to learn what triggers your desire to eat. You can go to www.noom.com to find out more. If you would like to contact Nan for online yoga therapy you can reach her at yogawithnan@gmail.com CALLS-TO-ACTION: Get a copy of the book on Amazon. If you got some questions, reach out through the website: www.8minutestoageless.com www.8minutestoageless.org Who is Dr. Kelli Pearson? Experienced Chiropractor since 1982, working in collaborative health care settings. Currently a co-owner of a multi-disciplinary clinic, including chiropractors, massage therapists, movement specialists, and nutritional coaches. Owner of Real Work Life, a corporate wellbeing consulting company, and author of "8 Minutes to Ageless," teaching a minimalistic approach to aging well. Graduate of UCLA with a BS in Kinesiology and a Doctorate from Palmer West Chiropractic College. Socials: www.linkedin.com/in/kelli-pearson-0695035/

Hockey Unfiltered
Episode 31: Panel discussing Hockey Canada

Hockey Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 65:20


CONTENT WARNING July 28th 2022: On this episode of Hockey Unfiltered Ken and Dylan host a panel to discuss Hockey Canada. This Panel Includes: Greg Gilhooly: Sexual abuse survivor who reached a settlement with Hockey Canada after being abused by Graham James. Dr. Mac Ross: Assistant professor of Kinesiology at Western University and one of 26 academics who signed an open letter to the Canadian Heritage standing committee concerning sexual violence and misogyny in hockey. Dr. Sandra Kirby: Professor Emerita of Sociology at the University of Winnipeg and one of 26 academics who signed an open letter to the Canadian Heritage standing committee concerning sexual violence and misogyny in hockey. Dr. Teresa Anne Fowler: Assistant professor in the Faculty of Education, in the Department of Physical Education and Wellness at Concordia University of Edmonton and one of 26 academics who signed an open letter to the Canadian Heritage standing committee concerning sexual violence and misogyny in hockey. Please don't forget to like, review, and subscribe to this podcast and KenCampbell.substack.com Twitters: @_DylanWaugh @Ken_Campbell27 @Hockeynofilter Also, check out our sponsors at Draft Kings and use promo code: THPN If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/ /NJ/NY/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Brothers in Tech
Automation Set-Up

Brothers in Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 69:13


Although we have discussed automation and digital assistants in the past (see previous episodes), we haven't discussed the actual process of setting up those automations to increase your home/life efficiency. In this episode of Brothers in Tech, the brothers walk through several examples of how to pair up some triggers and actions in both Amazon's Alexa and Apple's HomeKit apps. Tune in to learn about the process, and hopefully spark some ideas of ways of bringing automation into your home. And, even though the “Let's Rock” automation didn't work for us at the end of the show…have no fear, we realized after the show what we did wrong (changed the set-up earlier in the show!). Brian = Facepalm.Products/Apps mentioned in this episode: Amazon Alexa (Dot, Show), Apple HomeKit, Google Home, Ecobee, Hue, Kasa, Wyze, Wiz, WeMo, Atomi SmartYour Hosts:Alan Jackson (the older Brother) is a producer of online content with Jackson Creative and survey researcher with Jackson Insight.Brian Jackson (the younger Brother) is an Associate Professor of Kinesiology at Pacific University and Product Director/Consultant at Senaptec, Inc..Have any feedback for the Brothers regarding this topic (or future topics)? Visit www.Brothers-In-Tech.com or email info@themesh.tv.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Ontario Today Phone-Ins from CBC Radio
What's the impact of toxic culture in sport?

Ontario Today Phone-Ins from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 51:44


You share your experiences of harrassment and abuse in sport, and your thoughts on what needs to change. With Mac Ross, Assistant Professor in Kinesiology at Western University.

GOLF SMARTER
Their Research Shows That Thinking About The Mechanics During Your Golf Swing Is Counter Productive | golf SMARTER #854

GOLF SMARTER

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 53:00 Very Popular


853: This week we feature two Professors of Kinesiology and their 30 year study of athletic movement. Dr Gabriele Wulf from UNLV and Dr Rebecca Lewthwaite of USC share their research that confirms what many golf instructors and mental coaches have been emphasizing for years on this show. Clearing your mind during your golf swing will result in greater performance. We base our fascinating conversation on their paper “Translating Thoughts Into Action: Optimizing Motor Performance and Learning Through Brief Motivational and Attentional Influences”. They also provide tools that every golfer can use to “make the choice” of how to let “External Focus” take over your mind. Check the https://golfsmarter.com blogpost of today's episode to download the paper. This episode is brought to you by PXG Golf Clubs. PXG makes world-class, high performance golf equipment for golfers of every skill level. Buy online at PXG.com, or by calling 844-PLAY-PXG, or by visiting a PXG store or fitting studio near you.This week on Golf Smarter Mulligans #169 is part 2 with Jim Waldron from 2011. Jim was in the process of writing a book on the 15 Gates to Golf and Keys to Unlock Them, so we invited him to talk it out to get his thoughts in order. This is the first time this episode has been released publicly.  Become a Golf Smarter Ambassador by introducing our next episode! For your effort you'll receive a choice of prizes including a Glove + Glove Compartment from RedRoosterGolf.com. where you can choose from 11 styles of gloves in 26 sizes! Write to GolfSmarterPodcast@gmail.com and we'll assign you an episode number and a brief script to record for the intro of the show. Thanks to RedRoosterGolf.com for giving a new glove to every Golf Smarter Ambassador who introduces an upcoming episode!

Next Door Neighbors Podcast
Rehab Science With Tom Walters

Next Door Neighbors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 74:08


Tom Walters is Orthopedic Rehab Specialist and former Kinesiology professor who used Instagram and YouTube to create a massive following and impact millions. IG & YT @Rehabscience 

The Not So Fit Couple Podcast
Greg Doucette Reveals What Happens To Your Body on Steroids

The Not So Fit Couple Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 51:44


Today we have Mr. Natty or Not himself, Mr. Greg Doucette on the podcast to talk all things "Performance enhancement". Greg is an IFBB Pro bodybuilder, published author, influencer, and Guinness World Record holding powerlifter with a Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Kinesiology. He is a seasoned industry expert who has taken a hardline no bullshit stance on the fitness industry and regularly promotes fitness transparency through honesty regarding anabolics. This Episode is brought to you by Koro, in the words of Ben, Koro products are so good that we've had to buy a padlock to lock the cupboards up to stop us eating the entire order in one go. To shop with Koro use code NotSoFit5 at https://www.koro-shop.co.ukTheir snacks are honestly incredible, try the caramel cookie clusters. You will NOT regret it, they are so good. Find more of Greg here: https://www.youtube.com/user/gregdoucette https://www.instagram.com/gregdoucetteifbbpro/?hl=en Use code NOTSOFIT7 to get a 7 day free trial of the MyCoach School. https://mycoach-school.com/app Join The MyCoach School: http://mycoach-school.com/ ​​​​Follow us - https://www.instagram.com/mycoachschoolapp More Lucy Davis: Follow - https://www.instagram.com/LucyDavis_Fit Subscribe - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPbyT8IyohY6V8ZVfI9uHug More Ben Haldon: Follow - https://www.instagram.com/MyCoachBenji Subscribe - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpGRgA3rr1-FY9qLRgkXX3A Shop our products - https://shop.mycoachschool.com/collections/products/

8 Minutes to Ageless
8 Minutes to Ageless - Episode 53 - Leaning In

8 Minutes to Ageless

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 16:00


EPISODE SUMMARY: Dr. Pearson discusses ways to lean in on both physical restrictions and emotional reactions that bind us up. Whatever we can do to loosen the barriers to ourselves helps to allow more life and a greater force of energy to move through our minds and bodies. She discusses a personal experience that illustrates these points powerfully. ON THIS EPISODE, WE DISCUSS… Book club suggestion: The Inner Work of Age by Connie Zweig. To age well, we need to lean in both ways physically and emotionally. Breathe into the resistance and lean into the stretch more. Dr. Pearson is a big fan of Yoga. It's essential to get your whole body engaged. It is also important to have a positive attitude. It would be best if you leaned into your emotional pains as well. Sometimes you take hit after hit on your beliefs and ideology and it's not good to just hold it in. Learn to voice your thoughts and opinions in a loving and caring way. Leaning in with a gentle question is a good way to start. CALLS-TO-ACTION: Get a copy of the book on Amazon. If you got some questions, reach out through the website: www.8minutestoageless.com www.8minutestoageless.org Who is Dr. Kelli Pearson? Experienced Chiropractor since 1982, working in collaborative health care settings. Currently a co-owner of a multi-disciplinary clinic, including chiropractors, massage therapists, movement specialists, and nutritional coaches. Owner of Real Work Life, a corporate wellbeing consulting company, and author of "8 Minutes to Ageless," teaching a minimalistic approach to aging well. Graduate of UCLA with a BS in Kinesiology and a Doctorate from Palmer West Chiropractic College. Socials: www.linkedin.com/in/kelli-pearson-0695035/

The Art of Online Business
How Listening to Your Body Can Actually Help You Scale Your Business, with Susi Hately

The Art of Online Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 51:07 Very Popular


Many business owners struggle with chronic pain, whether it be physically or emotionally, and other things like anxiety and depression which can no doubt make succeeding in your business feel extra challenging.However, just because you struggle with these types of health challenges doesn't mean you can't still scale your business to the level of success you want while working fewer hours. In this episode, I am joined by one of my Accelerator program members, Susi Hately, to talk about how it's possible. Susi believes that healing is possible. After graduating with a B.S in Kinesiology & Exercise Physiology, she got hired at a pain clinic to help others get out of pain, but it was her own journey of overcoming pain that opened her eyes to the powers of healing.  She launched therapeutic trainings, her own certification programs, and a slew of new and unique offers. The key is to become aware of what your body is telling you. You can use the awareness of your symptoms to set up and scale your business based on when you are feeling your best. In this episode, you'll learn:The relationship between emotional and physical painHow business launches can affect your physical symptomsWhy you need to listen to the “whispers” your body is telling youHow to operate when you are in a heightened version of your systemsHow to intentionally plan when you do things in your business based on your symptomsWhy our actions are influenced by our emotionsHow to move forward in your business when you're feeling anxietyThe way Susi leverages her knowledge to run her businessSteps to take in your business if you are suffering from any type of chronic painLinks & Resources:The Art of Online Business websiteDM me on InstagramVisit my YouTube channelThe Art of Online Business clips on YouTubeFull episodes of The Art of Online Business Podcast on YouTubeThe Art of Online Business Podcast websiteCheck out my Accelerator coaching program*Disclosure: I only recommend products I use and love and all opinions expressed here are my own. This post may contain affiliate links that at no additional cost to you, I may earn a small commission.Susi Hately's Links: Visit Susi's websiteFollow Susi on InstagramCheck out Susi's YouTube channelFollow Susi on FacebookFull show notes available at www.rickmulready.com/618

AgEmerge Podcast
088 AgEmerge Podcast with Eric Jackson and Dr. Stephan vanVliet

AgEmerge Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 57:29


Thanks for joining us, today we welcome Eric Jackson and Dr. Stephan vanVliet, Eric currently serves as the Board Chair of the Bionutrient Food Association, on the BoD of Victory Hemp Foods and an advisor to Homeplate Foods, Water Asset Management, Other Half Processing and The Yield Lab. He is a Strategic Advisor to the Applied Ecological Institute and he also serves on the Steering Council for the Forever Green Partnership based out of the University of Minnesota. And since we last spoke with Dr. vanVliet, he has joined the Center for Human Nutrition Studies at Utah State University, Stephan is Is a nutrition scientist with metabolomics expertise. Listen in as Eric and Stephan talk with Monte about how they are working together to explore nutrient density and food production from the soil up. Eric stated it best when he said it became apparent to him that there is a path forward if we want to create a food system that gives an opportunity for growers to participate in the value that they create through their production practices around quality. Eric currently serves as the Board Chair of the Bionutrient Food Association, on the BoD of Victory Hemp Foods and an advisor to Homeplate Foods, Water Asset Management, Other Half Processing and The Yield Lab. He is a Strategic Advisor to the Applied Ecological Institute and he also serves on the Steering Council for the Forever Green Partnership based out of the University of Minnesota. As an entrepreneur, Eric was the founding CEO of Pipeline Foods and a co-founder of Conservis, which was acquired by a joint venture established by Rabobank and TELUS Agriculture. He also co-founded CP Holdings as a member of the Chicago Climate Exchange, developing carbon sequestration projects across the Northern Plains of the USA. In the corporate world, Eric started his career with The Pillsbury Company. He then joined International Proteins Corporation and led a MBO of the group. As CEO and Board Chair of IPC, he led the sale of the company to Scoular, where he joined their BoD and was corporate SVP and General Manager until his departure in 2007. Stephan Is a nutrition scientist with metabolomics expertise in the Center for Human Nutrition Studies at Utah State University. Dr. Stephan van Vliet earned his PhD in Kinesiology as an ESPEN Fellow from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and received training at the Washington University in St Louis School of Medicine and Duke University School of Medicine. Dr. van Vliet's research is performed at the nexus of agricultural and human health. He routinely collaborates with farmers, ecologists, and agricultural scientists to study critical linkages between agricultural production methods, the nutrient density of food, and human health. His work has been published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Scientific Reports, the Journal of Nutrition, and the Journal of Physiology. https://bionutrient.org/ https://www.facebook.com/Bionutrient https://www.instagram.com/bionutrientfoodassociation https://twitter.com/BionutrientFood https://www.youtube.com/bionutrient https://www.linkedin.com/company/bionutrient https://stephanvanvliet.com/ Got questions you want answered? Send them our way and we'll do our best to research and find answers. Know someone you think would be great on the AgEmerge stage or podcast? Send your questions or suggestions to kim@asn.farm we'd love to hear from you.

BachTalk
TJ Wharton: Recruiting and Performance Coordinator at Maryville College

BachTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 47:46


Season 4 Episode 24 is out with TJ Wharton. TJ is currently the Director of performance and recruiting coordinator at Maryville College located in Maryville, TN. TJ has a long list of previous experiences including working for the New York Yankees ats a Bullpen Catcher/Performance Science Assistant during spring training. TJ also has experience working for Eckerd College, IMG, St. Petersburg College, and Catawba College.TJ goes indepth talking about his current positions at Maryville and talks about how much having a CSCS has helped him at the Division 3 level. TJ has a ton of experience working worth difference organizations and colleges while having a knowledge in Exercise Science and Kinesiology. TJ is the definition of a Holistic approach towards the game of baseball. Please join me in listening to TJ.   Timestamps: S: Kinesiology and Exercise Science MS: Recreation and Sports Sciences, Coaching   Lots of experience/Jobs before Maryville. Want to go over a lot of these experiences 2:00 Catawba College Eckerd College IMG New York Yankees 4:00   Recent Coach in Palm Beaches Colligate League 8:30 Experience Why did you coach in this league   Being a D3 performance Coach 10:00 Explain your role 10:30 How important is it having a CSCS at the collegiate level 13:30 D3 restrictions and how you deal with them 17:30 How do you try to individualize athletes 22:30   Recent 2022 recruiting What has changed in the last two years of recruiting 27:00 How do you recruit guys to go D3   Player Development 2023 what to expect? 33:00 What is one new aspect you have been researching? 35:15   Closing 45:00 Season 4 Episode 24 is out with TJ Wharton. TJ is currently the Director of performance and recruiting coordinator at Maryville College located in Maryville, TN. TJ has a long list of previous experiences including working for the New York Yankees ats a Bullpen Catcher/Performance Science Assistant during spring training. TJ also has experience working for Eckerd College, IMG, St. Petersburg College, and Catawba College.TJ goes indepth talking about his current positions at Maryville and talks about how much having a CSCS has helped him at the Division 3 level. TJ has a ton of experience working worth difference organizations and colleges while having a knowledge in Exercise Science and Kinesiology. TJ is the definition of a Holistic approach towards the game of baseball. Please join me in listening to TJ.   Timestamps: S: Kinesiology and Exercise Science MS: Recreation and Sports Sciences, Coaching   Lots of experience/Jobs before Maryville. Want to go over a lot of these experiences 2:00 Catawba College Eckerd College IMG New York Yankees 4:00   Recent Coach in Palm Beaches Colligate League 8:30 Experience Why did you coach in this league   Being a D3 performance Coach 10:00 Explain your role 10:30 How important is it having a CSCS at the collegiate level 13:30 D3 restrictions and how you deal with them 17:30 How do you try to individualize athletes 22:30   Recent 2022 recruiting What has changed in the last two years of recruiting 27:00 How do you recruit guys to go D3   Player Development 2023 what to expect? 33:00 What is one new aspect you have been researching? 35:15   Closing 45:00  

Trainfuly // Golf Fitness Podcast
Trainfuly // Golf Fitness - Episode #23 - Dr. Sasho MacKenzie - Speed Training Secrets From the "Savant of Speed"

Trainfuly // Golf Fitness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 76:50


The Simplicity Sessions
The Science of Overcoming Fatigue with Ari Whitten

The Simplicity Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 59:49


In this episode, I am joined by the brilliant Ari Whitten, Founder of The Energy Blueprint. He is an energy and fatigue specialist who focuses on taking an evidence-based approach to energy enhancement, nutrition, exercise, natural health expert, and #1 best-selling author. He has been studying nutrition and holistic health for more than 2 decades and has a Bachelor of Science from San Diego State University in Kinesiology (with specialization in fitness, nutrition, and health). He also has a background in exercise physiology and fitness. He holds two advanced certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a Corrective Exercise Specialist and Performance Enhancement Specialist. In addition, he recently completed the 3 years of coursework for his Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, an education that rounds out all aspects – nutrition, fitness, and psychology – of his approach to optimal health. Ari is a tireless researcher who has obsessively devoted the last 20 years of his life to the pursuit of being on the cutting‑edge of the science on health and energy enhancement. Today we are having a deep conversation about the science of overcoming fatigue. If you constantly catch yourself wishing you had more energy,  could sleep better, and weren't so tired – this episode is for you!   Connect with us - Thank you for joining us today. If you could do me the honor of hitting the subscribe button, leaving a review, sharing this podcast with a friend, or tagging me on social media when you visit The Simplicity Sessions Community on Facebook or @jennpike on Instagram, I would be forever grateful. Connect with Ari Whitten - Website: https://theenergyblueprint.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theenergyblueprint/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theenergyblueprint/ Learn more about the products and supports I recommend from some of our amazing partners - Eaton Hemp is my favourite CBD and hemp company. They are a hundred percent organic, they're unfiltered, and they are third-party tested. To experience Eaton Hemp, use the discount code JENNPIKE20 at eatonhemp.com/jennpike to save 20% off your order. St Francis Herb Farm education includes webinars, blogs and articles on important topics including the plant medicines that they create to promote women's health by targeting digestion, allergies, immune support, heart health, brain health, and sleep. I use and recommend their products and you can use the code JENNPIKE15 at checkout to save 15% off your order. Skin Essence is Canadian-founded, organic, non-GMO, and does not test on animals; this company is one that we love and have around the house. You can even talk to the company to get advice on which products may be right to try first. Save 15% off your first order with the code JENNPIKE15 and use code JENNPIKE10 to save 10% off every order after that.

Causes Or Cures
The Evidence Base for Intermittent Fasting, with Dr. Krista Varady

Causes Or Cures

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 44:44


In this episode of Causes or Cures, Dr. Eeks chats with Dr. Krista Varady about the evidence base for intermittent fasting (IF). Dr. Varady has conducted numerous randomized controlled trials on intermittent fasting and is with the Department of Kinesiology and Nutrition at the University of Illinois in Chicago. Her recent review on IF was published in Nature Reviews Endocrinology, which you can read here. You can follow her on Instagram here. In the podcast, she will discuss the evidence for intermittent fasting, its relationship to weight loss, if it helps with certain disease states, long-term results vs short-term results, different results in adults vs kids, if there is something "unique" about IF or if any health benefits come down to calorie restriction, and if she thinks it's a better diet to follow than others. Tune in! To contact Dr. Eeks, do so through bloomingwellness.comOr follow her on Instagram here.Twitter here.Or Facebook here.Subscribe to her newsletter here!

Ramble by the River
Principles of Strength for the Body and Mind with Calvin Baze

Ramble by the River

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 137:49


Calvin Baze is an NSCA Certified Personal Trainer currently working at Snap Fitness in Long Beach. He grew up in the tiny town of Ocean Park, Washington. (Calvin and I grew up on the same street, just not at the same time.) Within the first 10 minutes of the interview it becomes obvious that Calvin is a deep-thinker who understands how important it is to consider the effects on his actions on other people and his own life. We start with a psychological analysis to detect any psychopathic tendencies, then move into his training ideologies. He lays out many of his guiding principles and we get to peek under the hood at what makes a guy like this tick. Later in the podcast we move into more personal territory and discuss our childhood memories and how they affect us in adult life. Calvin talks about his failure to express his childhood pain to anyone because he doesn't want to appear as if he is seeking sympathy. He talks about how he has used the hardships of his past to propel him into a brighter future. We also talk about being part of an often-forgotten marginalized group: poor whites. We talk about experiencing classism and prejudice because of socioeconomic status. Other topics include: Calvin's mentors and what they have taught him. Jeff's sloppy joints (hyper mobility) the powers of journaling and self-discovery. Books that can change your life. The "Canoe Method" for mind-clearing meditation. Emotional vs. Physical strength and how to have both. Calvin is an amazing young man and I cannot wait to see where he goes in life. I have no doubt that he will accomplish every one of his goals. Settle-in and get comfortable because Calvin Baze is about to teach you the tricks of building strength throughout your life and these are lessons that you don't want to miss. Keywords: Self-education; Psychology; Human Anatomy; sociopathy; Snap Fitness; Rob and Katie Cunningham; guilt; moral value; good communication; butt-wink; emotional intelligence; codependency; holistic wellness; kinetic chains; fascia; C.I.A.; The Multiplier Effect; superficial backline; The Bodies Exhibit; journaling; ligaments; hypermobility; hyper-laxicity; humility; body-building; Kinesiology; sleep; discipline; Jordan Peterson; Long Beach; Generation X; Millennials; technology; The Matrix; parallel universes; afterlife; aliens; inter-dimensional aliens; “go fast” video; the tic-tac video; U.S. Department of Defense; war; Youtube; TikTok; screen time; meditation; awareness; mindfulness; bubble diagram; stress; pain; memories; movement; stretching; central nervous system (CNS); yoga; The Power of Habit; societal norms; respect; poverty; Anti-fragile; equilibrium; String Theory; Wolf's law; hypertrophy; Huberman Lab; Jeff Cavalier; AthleanX; trauma; success. Music Credits: Sleepy + Hungry, Baegel. Luv, Bomul. Rich and Thick, Spring Gang. Solid Centre, Dusty Decks. Still Fly, Revel Day. Links: Ramble by the River Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ramblebytheriver (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) Website: http://ramblebytheriver.com/ (Ramblebytheriver.com) Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jeff.nesbitt.9619/ (https://www.facebook.com/jeff.nesbitt.9619/) Instagram: https://instagram.com/ramblebytheriver (https://instagram.com/ramblebytheriver) Twitter: https://twitter.com/rambleriverpod (https://twitter.com/rambleriverpod) Podcast host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm Calvin Baze: Facebook: calvin.mecom Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/c.baze_/ (@c.baze_) Copyright 2022 Ramble by the River LLC.

Brothers in Tech
Home Climate Control

Brothers in Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 72:06


Summer is here, and the time is right….to talk about A/C! You may be thinking that there has not been a lot of advancements in home climate control options, but the Brothers are here to make sure you are up to date on alternatives to the standard HVAC (which we now know what the letters stand for…). So, listen/watch to learn about some potentially more efficient options for not only cooling down your home this summer…but controlling your cooling system. Plus, you get to hear us brainstorm about how to solve Alan's 3rd floor cooling issues…as hearing about Alan's problems are always fun. System-types mentioned in this episode: Ductless/Mini Split, Ceiling Fans, Window Units, HVACProducts mentioned in this episode: Ecobee, Nest, Honeywell Your Hosts:Alan Jackson (the older Brother) is a producer of online content with Jackson Creative and survey researcher with Jackson Insight.Brian Jackson (the younger Brother) is an Associate Professor of Kinesiology at Pacific University and Consultant at Senaptec, Inc.Have any feedback for the Brothers regarding this topic (or future topics)? Visit www.Brothers-In-Tech.com or email info@themesh.tv.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Code 3 - The Firefighters' Podcast
Physical Conditioning for Firefighter-Athletes with Daniel Higuera

Code 3 - The Firefighters' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 21:04


Firefighters are athletes. You may be part of the culture that already knows and accepts this truth. But if this is a foreign idea to you, or if you disagree, consider this: Even if you mostly run medical calls, physical conditioning is critical to your career. In fact, you need to be in top condition because you mostly run medical calls. And it isn't just because patients are getting larger and heavier, although that is a good reason. My guest today isn't a firefighter or a paramedic. But he has a strong interest in helping the fire service community maintain its health. And he can tell you why it's important to think like an athlete. Daniel Higuera is an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology, in the Department of Fire Technology at Santa Ana College in Santa Ana, California. He specializes in working with athletes and firefighters, both studying and teaching them how and why physical conditioning is so important.

On the Mark Golf Podcast
Tyler Standifird with Insights and Research on How to Improve Your Clubhead Speed and Power

On the Mark Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 53:23 Very Popular


Tyler Standifird had a PhD in Kinesiology and is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Exercise Science at Utah Valley University. He specializes in Biomechanics and has been doing research, and Data Collection for Superspeed Golf relating to Speed Training and Clubhead Speed Improvement Protocols. Tyler joins us to discuss and share some of his findings from his exhaustive studies. The topics he addresses include: Speed Training Protocols and Consistency of Training. Speed Training and its influence on Golf Swing Mechanics. Non-Dominant Side Training for improved speed gains. Ground Reaction Forces (GRF) and the transfer of speed to the clubhead and the golf ball.  He dives into Force Production and transfer in terms of Direction, Magnitude and Timing. He also illustrates real-world examples and talks about Rory McIlroy as the ultimate model of speed being a skill and a skill that can be learned. *Vodcast available on YouTube or at markimmelman.com

disembodied
interview with tracey whittet

disembodied

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 57:23


Tracey Leigh Whittet is an intuitive guide, teacher, and energy healer in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The multidimensional body balancing sessions she offers clear non-beneficial energies on all levels, layers, timelines, and dimensions. Clients feel better, happier, lighter, and are uplifted by the 100% pure divine light clearing.Tracey is a Certified Spiritual Healer, Multidimensional Body Balancer, Reiki Master, Access Consciousness Bars® and Body Facilitator, Creative Wellness Instructor, anda a practitioner in Divine Healing Hands, Theta Healing, Yuen Method, and in Healing Touch. These trainings have evolved into and led her to an integrated method that Spirit has termed Transmosis.During a session, Tracey records and shares what she sees and hears, and an alchemical clearing occurs without needing to know the detailed story. Clearing the wounds and disconnects, known and unknown, can change people's lives. It's like Soul Homeopathy and it works.Website: https://traceywhittet.com/Click on the "Book" section for the free download of, The Magi Within

Healthy Tips After 50 Podcast
Amazing Life Journey

Healthy Tips After 50 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 40:59


Trent McIntire is a former professional dancer and pilates studio owner with more than 20 years of helping people gain back their mobility through his Movement Gap programs. Trent was born with a mild form of Cerebral Palsy but he didn't let that stop him from participating in sports & dance, studying Movement Analysis, Kinesiology and Anatomy at Michigan State University, and performing on stages throughout the country. Trent opened up his own Pilates Studio and used it as a way to teach his transfomational neuro-movement methods and tools to clients and movement professionals around the globe. He created his Fire Up Your Brain program as a fun, engaging, and affordable way to get his methods, tools and message out to help people move past their debilitating situations, as he had. His programs have helped many different types of people - e.g. children who struggle with focus, seniors dealing with balance and mobility issues, people living with neurological conditions like Parkinson's, MS, and Alzheimer's, and /or athletes who have suffered concussions, injuries and other debilitating circumstances. Trent is currently spending his time problem solving and educating the world through his AskTrent Live Programming, building a network of BrainSpeed Coaches, and public speaking to educate the public on enhancing brain performance. You can contact Trent at fireupyourbrain.com, trent@fireupyourbrain.com,  or @fireupyourbrain.

Boundless Body Radio
Your Personal Health Investment Plan with Krisna Hanks! 304

Boundless Body Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 65:42


Krisna Hanks is the co-owner of Square 1 Wellness providing Low-Carbohydrate/Ketogenic (LCHF/Keto) nutrition coaching and personalized fitness training to individuals, groups and organizations. Krisna holds a Master of Science degree in Kinesiology from Indiana University and completed her MBA in the Executive Program at the University of San Francisco. Most recently she earned the title Coach Practitioner from the Noakes Foundation, a select group of individuals chosen to train in the low carbohydrate and Keto lifestyle, founded by former guest Dr. Timothy Noakes. Her work includes worksite wellness subject matter expert for the CDC's Work@Health™ program, development of City of Emeryville Wellness Program, as well as supporting companies across the nation in establishing comprehensive wellness initiatives. She is the bestselling author of Finding Lifestyle Sanity: A Survival Guide. Krisna's approachable style allows her to connect with clients of all ages, who are at every level of fitness to navigate individualized paths for living their healthiest lives!Find Krisna at- https://www.square1wellness.com/TW- @square1wellness LinkedIn- Krisna HanksIG- @square_1_wellnessSpecial love to-Former guest Dr. Ben Bikman, author of Why We Get Sick!Dminder appRed Meat: It Does a Body Good by Dr. Chris KresserFind Boundless Body at-myboundlessbody.comBook a session with us here!