Wellness Force Radio | Wellness | Emotional Intelligence | Behavior Change | Mindset | Fitness | Nutrition | Technology
About This Show
On this podcast, you’ll learn from global experts who are dedicating their lives to being a positive force for your physical and emotional wellness.
Your host, Josh Trent, wellness influencer & digital health technology expert, spotlights premier thought leaders in the fields of emotional intelligence, mindset, behavior change, health, wellness, fitness, & technology that empower you with the tools and inspiration to transform your mind, body, & spirit.
Every week, this is your trusted access to exceptional people that will teach you the connections between your emotions & healthy habits, to live your best life & enjoy the process.
After struggling with weight & health issues in adolescence, Josh lost over 75 lbs and transformed his own life by becoming a fitness professional & training over 10,000 sessions since 2004.
Voted by Onalytica as a "Top 50 Digital Health Influencer of 2015," Josh’s vision is clear:
To Empower Greater Wellness In Over One Million Lives Through Technology & Emotion
Listen as Josh showcases guests who are a real-life forces of wellness & discover how to change old habits with new technologies during his in-depth expert interviews.
Topics include: behavior change, wellness, emotional intelligence, psychology, habits, technology, mindset, fitness, health, organic supplementation, bio-hacking, transformation, digital health, quantified self, mHealth, wearable technology, wellness applications and more. .
Most Recent Episode
088 Dan Pardi: How To Find The Health You’re Looking For
2 days ago
"Knowing without doing is the same thing as not knowing. What matters is if the knowledge that you have will give you an effective health practice for the long term." - Dan Pardi There is power in knowledge and with the right health and wellness information, we can make the right decisions in accordance with our own needs. This week, entrepreneur, researcher, and developer of Loop Model to Sustain Health Behaviors, Dan Pardi, explains Self Determination Theory and motivation, the human connection, and his latest project, humanOS to help us find the best health information. Find The Health You're Looking For "You have more control over your health than anyone else." - Dan Pardi There are many sources out there that claim that they have the answer to all of your health problems, but they truly don't. These novelty, quick fix methods, products, and services may look appealing, but they aren't sustainable for long-term health results. To find the best help for your health needs, you first have to clarify your own health problems. Rather than trend hopping by focusing on what you just read in the latest health magazine about a new diet, research and find out for yourself what your body needs. It can be so confusing with so much information out there in books, magazines, and the internet. However, sources like humansOS, that Dan and his team are putting together, help us find the best, most credible sources of information. Truth vs. Fiction For Health Research In a recent interview on humanOS radio with Dr. David Katz of Yale, Dan mentioned: “As well-intentioned as someone might be, I frequently find myself getting frustrated, not when somebody’s passionate and wrong about an issue, but when people can be overly confident and dismissive of mainstream medicine’s consensus in favor of their own opinion which can often associate with their own financial reward.” Once you have a proper perspective and mindset, you make good decisions for yourself. It's better late than never to embrace your responsibility to find the be
Rated 5 out of
Love this SHOW!
I love wellness in my life and I'm invigorated by what I've heard in EP 002 from John about self tracking. Thanks Josh!
Date published: 2015-06-24
Rated 5 out of
Great and helpful content for all
I'm new to Wellness Force Radio and I like what I'm hearing. Josh is providing valuable information and insight with exciting dialogue. I only wish I had a longer commute so I can listen more!
Date published: 2015-10-29