About This Show
Welcome to the Trail Angels, the show for those with an adventurous spirit and undeniable attitude. No matter what setbacks you’ve had in your life you can still be a world class adventurer and we will be your guide. Join the Trail Angels, Amanda Webb and Vanessa Spiller as they help you unleash the Athlete and Adventurer within and complete the journey of a lifetime each and every week.
Featured Co-Host: Robyn Benincasa, World Champion Adventure Racer, award-winning motivational speaker, 3x Guinness World Record kayaker, San Diego firefighter, 10x Ironman triathlete, New York Times bestselling author, proud owner of two bionic metal hips, and the Founder and CEO of The 501c3 Project Athena Foundation joins us on occasion to expand on the C4 life!
Most Recent Episode
005 An Interview with Chiropractor and Fitness Coach Kellee Rutley
5 days ago
Weight Release, Health, Fitness, Mindset, Fear Episode 5: An Interview with Chiropractor and Fitness Coach Kellee Rutley Summary On this episode, we interview Kellee Rutley, a chiropractor and fitness coach who teaches us about mindset, going after your “big scary,” and the powerful concept of weight release. You’ll be inspired and motivated to think bigger and let go of the habits and thoughts patterns that are holding you back. You’ll discover: How Kellee got interested in chiropractic care. The concept of mindfulness-based weight release. If you’re fighting with your body to get rid of something you dislike, your body goes into fight or flight mode because it wants to hold onto energy. You need to allow your body to release it. Why you must have compassion for yourself. Why acceptance and letting go are such important parts of mindfulness. Why it’s important to have a “big scary” that gives you a bigger vision for your life. How we live “padded” lives and how that relates to our weight. Why the “power of 3” is such an important concept. The reason a mastermind is such a powerful tool for personal change. Why you must live in accordance with your values and priorities, and why should only do the things you want to do. Why we are conditioned by our culture to keep adding more to our buckets, and why we need to take things out of our buckets. The importance of being OK with someone not being your “BFF.”