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The Whole Health Podcast
87 minutes | Dec 19, 2020
18. Identity, Community, and Mental Health - with Sara McKeeman
Sara is a 3rd year Doctor of Physical Therapy student at The Ohio State University. She ran D1 track & field at University of Illinois and The Ohio State University. We delve into the identity, faith, community, people, nutrition, daily practices, and mental health.
35 minutes | Apr 8, 2020
17. Why Music Elicits Emotion
Why do you get chills when you listen to certain songs? Well, there's some proven research for multiple decades that that does indeed happen and we'll explain why in this episode. The neuroscience of music and emotion will be broken down into 5 main categories: I: DOPAMINE AS A RESULT OF PATTERN II: SELF-MEDICATION / CHOOSING YOUR EMOTIONS III: CONNECTING TO OLD EMOTIONS IV: BRECVEM MODEL V: SYNESTHESIA The Whole Health Podcast is hosted by Jacob Dietz. I'm a 3rd year Doctor of Physical Therapy student at The Ohio State University and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
25 minutes | Mar 28, 2020
16. Advil, Aleve, Aspirin, and Tylenol
Which one should you take? All you need to know about how NSAID's and these drugs work and when you should take each one! The Whole Health Podcast hosted by Jacob Dietz Jacob Dietz is a 3rd year DPT student at the Ohio State University and is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) and personal trainer.
71 minutes | Mar 25, 2020
15. Students Helping Honduras
"A movement to alleviate extreme poverty and gang violence in Honduras through youth empowerment and education" What is Students Helping Honduras? An organization near and dear to our hearts and currently, in the midst of the COVID-19, it needs help now more than ever. Links to help: https://my.shhkids.org/fundraiser/2720813 Join Tigers Club: https://shhkids.org/tigersclub/ Join One Cup of Coffee: https://my.shhkids.org/campaign/one-cup-of-coffee/c145895
27 minutes | Mar 19, 2020
All you need to know about the worlds most used recreational drug! How it chemically works in your body, how it impacts sleep and exercise, and what you should be doing today to enjoy it more.
59 minutes | Mar 17, 2020
13. Fat to CrossFit Pt. 2 - with guest Jamie Barter
Pt. 2 - Jamie talks about his experience with food, traveling, body image, maintaining his health, and his long commitment to exercise.
48 minutes | Mar 17, 2020
12. Fat to CrossFit Pt. 1- with guest Jamie Barter
Jamie talks about his experiences, struggles, and successes with food, traveling, body image, maintaining his health, and his long commitment to exercise.
50 minutes | Feb 14, 2020
11. The Defining Decade Pt. 2 - with guest Cody Ballay
Cody and I discuss continue to discuss the book "The Defining Decade" by Dr. Meg Jay and talk about love, personality tests, and mindset differences.
44 minutes | Feb 14, 2020
10. The Defining Decade Pt. 1 - with guest Cody Ballay
Cody and I discuss the book "The Defining Decade" by Dr. Meg Jay and why what you do in your 20's matters (or any other decade). We talk about work, identity capital, happiness, self-help vs knowledge, and social media.
97 minutes | Nov 17, 2019
9. Nutrition, Fad Diets, Common Misconceptions, and the Roles of Registered Dietitians - with guest Mattie Trummel
Mattie discusses all things nutrition. She has a B.S. in Nutrition & Dietetics from Miami University (OH) and is currently in a two-year dietetic internship and masters program at Ohio University on the path to become a registered dietitian. Topics includes: RD vs. nutritionist, organic, milk types, protein dosage and timing, oils, artificial sweeteners, meat alternatives, red flags in fad diets, keto diet, intermittent fasting, roles of RD's, and Mattie's future. Matties instagram: eat_this_and_romaine_calm
56 minutes | Nov 1, 2019
8. The Effect of Exercise on Cognition and Common Exercise Misconceptions - with Kent Ford, MS
Does exercise affect your mind's capabilities? What are some common misconceptions regarding exercise? Kent discusses his research looking at the effect of moderate and high intensity exercise on cognitive performance as well as common misconceptions in exercise, fat burning myths, and exercise recommendations. Kent received his Bachelors of Science in kinesiology and Master’s of Science in exercise and health science at Miami University (OH), where he also ran cross country and track. He is currently at The Ohio State University getting his Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
77 minutes | Oct 25, 2019
7. The 26.2 Experience - with Shelby York and Laura Finke
This inspires me to run another marathon. Shelby trained for 13.1 last year but suffered a concussion right before the race, this year she ran the full 26.2. Laura ran her first half-marathon last October and now a year later she crossed the finish line of a full marathon. The two discuss what training was like and their training plans, top 10 tips, training nutrition, motivation, the "right time" to do it, the friendships they fostered, and their race day experience. Shelby York: 3rd Year DPT student at The OSU, President of her class, and mentor to me. Laura Finke: 2nd year DPT student at The OSU, OPTA chair for her class, and my cousin and sister in Christ.
82 minutes | Oct 6, 2019
6. Pillars of Health, Impact and Intimacy, Moralistic Therapeutic Deism, Stages of Love, and Progress in the Spiritual Life - with Jonathan Zins
Jonathan is a DPT student at The Ohio State University and one of the best men in my life. Today he discusses the different pillars of health and incorporating spirituality, impact and intimacy, moralistic therapeutic deism, the stages of love, making progress in the spiritual life, being made for more than just comfort, and what his day looks like right now in grad school.
38 minutes | Sep 27, 2019
5. Emotional Intelligence, Perfection, and Expectations
Today I give you 10 tips to increase your emotional intelligence, the truth about perfection, and the impact these changes can have on you, others, and how you care for others.
24 minutes | Sep 23, 2019
4. Four Things God Wants You to Remember in Hard Times
First solo podcast. Just putting myself out there, I hope you enjoy. Im a little stuffed up so pardon that! 1. Remember that your Character should always be stronger than your Circumstances. 2. Remember that your Struggles always lead to Strength. 3. Remember that God’s timing is always perfect. 4. Remember that God will never leave your side. Song at the end: Bastille Medley (Adele, Lewis Capaldi, Kings of Leon, Queen, The Killers)
90 minutes | Sep 20, 2019
3. The Truth about Self-care, Boundaries, and Sense of Self - with Kayla Zuber
Who are you? Not who others say you are, but at the end of the day, who are you when no one is there, and more importantly, how do you treat yourself? Kayla is a Doctor of Physical Therapy student at The Ohio State University, a RYT-200 certified yoga teacher, and an incredible friend of mine. A friend who I believe has incredible character along with valuable stories and valuable insight that others should hear. Today, she talks about her journey over the past two years and the insight that she has gained from her yoga teacher training, the impact of her classmates, friends, mentors, and strangers, the highs and lows, and recognizing the importance of self-awareness, self-discipline, and overall sense of self. Show highlights: -The truth about self care -What does it mean to show up to something each day -Flipping off auto-pilot -The power of gratitude -Music, music festivals, and bonnaroo (radiate positivity) -Her first two years in DPT school -The impact and importance of mindfulness -Functional medicine, no more bandaids, and addressing the root issues -body image, dieting, lifestyle -Intermittent fasting -Sense of self and self-confidence -The presence of mentorship
41 minutes | Oct 29, 2018
2. The Journey From 0 to 13.1 - with Laura Finke
Laura was never a runner, but this summer, coming into grad school, she decided to train for a half-marathon. If you are on the fence about whether or not to run a half-marathon, listen to Laura's story about her training, nutrition, and experience of running her first half-marathon from day 1 to the finish line. Laura is a Student of Physical Therapy in The Ohio State Doctor of Physical Therapy program. She graduated in 2018 from Thomas More University in Northern Kentucky where she studied biology and played softball.
44 minutes | Oct 24, 2018
1. Athletes: Embracing the Loss of Structure - with Paige Rombach
Paige is currently a Doctoral Student of Physical Therapy at The Ohio State University and was previously a soccer player at High Point University in North Carolina. Today, we discuss the transition from such the structured lifestyle that many athletes experience to newfound freedom and how to embrace this freedom to take control of your nutrition, fitness, mental health, and overall well-being. Anyone transitioning from one type of structure to another, take a listen. Whole Health: www.kywholehealth.com Instagram: @kywholehealth
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