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Smiles Take You Miles
17 minutes | Apr 4, 2021
Guided Relaxation Session
Listen to this episode when you have a moment to yourself to sit/lie down and relax. It will help you tune into yourself, your breath, and let go of tension and stress. For a video version, you can go here: https://youtu.be/Pc_m0UBLYiA
118 minutes | Mar 7, 2021
Ep 26: Alex Murphy Answering Questions on Kinstretch, Coaching, & Life
Alex Murphy (@coach_alexmurphy) joins me to discuss the fascinating path that led her where she is today: a brilliant and talented Physical Therapist, Kinstretch Instructor, and Coach, with her own thriving in-person and online businesses.She also discusses her passion for Kinstretch and FRC, her coaching and education style, and advice for fellow trainers and practitioners.Discover Physical Freedom: You can find out more about Alex's online memberships and classes at https://www.kinstretchwithalex.com/
34 minutes | Jan 2, 2021
Ep 25: Empathy & Kindness Science and Strategies for Cultivating Them
In this episode, I dive into many insights and ideas from Jamil Zaki and his book The War for Kindness: Building Empathy in a Fractured World.I also give my own thoughts on ideal empathy, how we can cultivate it along with kindness in ourselves and in our culture.
23 minutes | Oct 12, 2020
Ep 24: Hope, Optimism, and Pushing Through the Fear of a Letdown
In this episode, I discuss why I believe hope is such a powerful quality, skill, and state to build and reinforce. I share some analogies and anecdotes, and finish up with simple strategies to create more hope and optimism in our lives.
10 minutes | Aug 20, 2020
Little Chair Chat 1: A Conversation About Conversations
Here's what this is all about:👉🏻 Honest, deep conversations are valuable and important. They develop greater connection and trust within, and between, yourself and the people in your life.👉🏻 Tune into your own energy and intuition, what you feel. And TRUST it. You, and your system know more than you can rationalize or explain.⠀👉🏻 Let it out. Don’t hold yourself back because you’re afraid of taking up space, annoying people, or prying too much. Be you.⠀This is an ongoing process. Something I’ve worked at, and continue to work at, because I want to show up as best I can for people in my life.⠀As I’ve spoken on before, I have aversions to taking up space. Issues around consistently sharing my thoughts, questions, and feelings (especially in person) because I don’t want to annoy people or overstep perceived boundaries.⠀I often sense things in people, and I’m uncomfortable asking the questions that pop into my mind.⠀I often want to share something I’m feeling, but I’m uncomfortable jumping into communal space.⠀A part of me goes back over many interactions I’ve had, both recent and very old, and worries that I didn’t listen well enough, I didn’t ask enough questions, didn’t tune in enough to the other person/people, and that I spoke too much (especially about myself).⠀I simultaneously worry I should’ve said something I didn’t. That one always feels crappy, doesn’t it?⠀All that being said, I LOVE talking with people. I love getting deep, and just being present around others, connecting with them.⠀I’m introverted, independent, AND social. But it has to be the right kind of social for me.⠀I’m lightyears ahead of where I was even a couple years ago, and in some ways unrecognizable from 8-10 years back. I keep digging, and keep finding more opportunities for growth.⠀I am extremely perceptive (that makes me uncomfortable to even write). It’s time I own it fully instead of dismissing what I feel and think.⠀I believe most of us are more perceptive than we give ourselves credit for. I’m trying to choose more often than not to listen to myself…so I can better use my voice.⠀NOTES:⠀I’ve uploaded this audio as a podcast episode in case you’d rather listen than watch. Also on YouTube.⠀I’ll be planning to do a Little Chair Chat at least 1x per week.
121 minutes | Aug 18, 2020
Ep 23: Sasha Joseph Neulinger on inner child, self-judgement, self-awareness and so much more
Sasha Joseph Neulinger and I speak about relating better to people, cultivating self-love, overcoming trauma and self-judgement, and being present (plus so much more).Sasha is a survivor of child sexual abuse. He's used his experience and immense growth to inspire others as he speaks around the country raising awareness and millions of dollars for child abuse prevention and child advocacy.You can find Sasha's powerful and important documentary, Rewind, on Amazon video, or for rent on Amazon or Apple TV. His other info is below:Instagram: @sjneulingerFacebook: Sasha Joseph NeulingerWebsite: voiceforthekids.com
73 minutes | Mar 28, 2020
Ep 22: Steven Kane on Live Online Coaching, Strength and StrongFirst Training, and much more
In this episode, Steven and I discuss our experiences with live online training/classes, his experience with getting StrongFirst certified, and how we approach program our own training weeks.We also get into some mindset stuff - of course - and talk about therapy too.You can find Steven on Instagram: @heyimstevenkaneHis website is: stevenkanetraining.comSteven is doing some really excellent online coaching right now, I highly recommend you check him out :)
104 minutes | Mar 22, 2020
Ep 21: Amir Zandinejad on mental health, mobility, aerobic training and so much more!
In this episode Amir (@beardthebestyoucanbe) and I have some light and heavy conversations on mental health and mindset: overcoming injuries and negative mental states.We also talk at length about mobility and aerobic training, and the disconnect between what humans need, and how we typically behave.
11 minutes | Mar 10, 2020
Ep 20: Concussive Gratitude
This is a story about a (poorly managed) concussion I got, and how it gifted me greater gratitude. I share a strategy I use for lifting my mindset and promoting gratitude in your daily life.
15 minutes | Feb 18, 2020
Ep 19: Things Fall Apart - Managing Success, Pain, and Progress
In this episode, I talk about Entropy, a gradual decline into disorder.I discuss my Hourglass Analogy as a way to visualize how our consistent habits can elevate our baseline, combat entropy, and help us maintain progress and success with our training.
20 minutes | Dec 8, 2019
Ep 18: Life Lessons from Pushing Cars
Why do I push cars (yes the automobile kind)? And what have I learned from it all? Tune in to hear some stories: successes, disasters, and lessons learned from my car pushing adventures!
20 minutes | Dec 1, 2019
Ep 17: Making Progress in Your Training and Life
In this episode I share a client story, and strategies, on how to develop habits and systems that can help you stay on a productive path toward your goals.I've found I need to check in on myself regularly to ensure I don't drift to far away from what I really want, and what is most important.
76 minutes | Aug 17, 2019
Ep 16: Clayton Weakley and Mobility, Pain, Personal Growth, etc.
Clayton Weakley (@clayton.moves) comes on for a great conversation all about mobility training, pain science, personal growth, and plenty of fun stories and jokes.Listen in for a special promo code, and check out https://claytonmoves.com/ for all of Clayton's online offerings!
16 minutes | Jul 30, 2019
Ep 15: All About Empathy (poem included)
I discuss how I've come to view empathy, how I try to improve my ability to empathize, and some thoughts from friends about perspective. I also share my poem "See Your Own Truth."
12 minutes | Jul 21, 2019
Ep 14: High Intensity Training - good or bad?
I discuss the pros and cons of high-intensity, boundary-pushing workouts and training sessions. The book that I referenced in the episode is Living with a Seal: 31 Days Training with the Toughest Man on the Planet.You can find David Goggins' post I referenced here: https://www.instagram.com/davidgoggins/?hl=en
24 minutes | Jul 12, 2019
Ep 13: Ideal Breakfast and General Food Stuff
I discuss the importance of breakfast, my favorite go-to options, and how to adjust based on your needs.I also talk about general nutrition and the Precision Nutrition food spectrum. To see the article I referenced, click below:https://www.precisionnutrition.com/what-should-i-eat-infographic
29 minutes | Jul 5, 2019
Ep 12: Quinoa Korner
My close friend Adam Shrager joins as a guest to discuss quinoa and other food-related strategies, stories, and ideas. We also discuss this week's Friday FUNditioning, and the talk at times devolves into Vivobarefoot, Whole Foods, and Trader Joe's sponsorship pleas, among other things we found to be amusing. Enjoy!
14 minutes | Jun 26, 2019
Ep 11: Discomfort and Taking Leaps
I share some of my recent experience, personal developments, and how I've come to think about Discomfort. I also discuss trusting yourself and thoughts on taking a leap in your life.
19 minutes | Jun 21, 2019
Ep 10: Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. Gratitude and Traffic Lights
In this episode I share my own experience, and strategies for reframing perceived negative events or days. I also share some of the most helpful concepts from my gratitude practice.
20 minutes | Jun 16, 2019
Episode 9: DOMS - Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness
Discussion and stories on Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) How do we get it? How can we alleviate the symptoms and/or prevent it? What does my experience and the science say about it?For a great overview and deep dive into the evidence, check out an article at: https://www.painscience.com/articles/delayed-onset-muscle-soreness.php
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