Whether you are new to fitness, coming back from an exercise hiatus or looking to take your fitness to the next level, Nikki Ray has some great ideas to help you reach your goals. From pantry makeovers, to choosing a functional, fun workout program, this episode will help you up your game and get more fit.
Nikki Ray is a Fitness & Nutrition Coach whose main focus is on strength & conditioning training and weight loss. After a 15-year career as a corporate lawyer, Nikki decided to pursue her passion for fitness and got certified as a Personal Trainer and Fitness Nutrition Specialist. She also got Muay Thai and High Performance Training in Thailand.
Fish oil may not be all it’s cracked up to be. As a matter of fact, fish based omegas may not even be something our bodies are evolutionarily adapted to, and it’s probably time to “change your oil” to a plant based alternative.
Get the skinny on Omega 3, 6 and 9, and how you can improve your health, reduce pain, and get rid of inflammation through correct omega supplementation.
Pure Life Science‘s Medical Director, and Co-Founder, Dr. Jeff Matheson obtained an HBSc (Biochem) degree from the University of Western Ontario, followed by his MDCM Degree (Doctor of Medicine, Master of Surgery) from McGill University in 1991.
And all of his training and medical expertise have shown him that getting enough omegas, in the right form, can make a world of difference in a persons health.
Dr. Krause is a doctor of naturopathic medicine, an acupuncturist and podcast host dedicated to empowering people to take charge of their own health. Her unique approach is simplifying natural medicine and healthy habit formation.
She believes that health starts with what we eat, how we move and how well we manage stress.
Read on as we discuss cutting edge ways to improve diet, reduce stress, and increase mobility in order to keep your best health for as long as possible.
Is your exercise and fitness routine on auto-pilot? Not reaching your goals? Read on to learn how to train with a purpose to achieve deeper ideals of health, wellness and overall functionality.
Jonathan Simos is my guest, and talks about the holistic nature of exercise and how influential physical training can be.
Also, how to break down self imposed limitations and live up to your truest potential.
Jonathan is a Certified personal trainer with a certification in Applied Functional Science from the Gray institute with a performance enhancement and hybrid certification in progress. He has gained vast experience in the industry from working with various demographics throughout gyms in CA, to gaining experience hosting Camp gladiator outdoor bootcamps, working as an orange theory coach hosting interval, heart rate based training classes, and even obstacle course/ boot camp classes in functional facilities.
Coach Dom Campbell is an experienced fitness and personal development coach, and he is noticing a lot of people fall short of their goals because of stress and burnout.
Listen in or read on as Dom walks us through some great ideas to help us be consistent and successful in a world of constant distraction and insane busy-ness!
Dom Campbell is a personal development & empowerment coach. He is a certified master health coach & life coach, who works with spirit inspired business people who are feeling stressed or burned out while trying to attain success, and helps them strike a balance to achieve authentic success with joy. He has helped countless people across the US, Canada, & Europe.
How to Reduce Sugar Cravings
There are a handful of super humans on the planet who don’t crave sugar. If you’re not one of them, read on! Because most people DO crave sugar, and it’s a surprisingly difficult thing to overcome.
A high-sugar diet has been associated with many health conditions, from diabetes to heart disease and beyond. Reducing sugar from your diet will not only help you create a healthier lifestyle but can also help you shed the extra pounds you’ve packed on during the holiday season. Read below for more information about sugar cravings and how you can reduce them.
There seems to be a war between traditional and faith based modalities like Acupuncture, and the AMA style acute care industry.
Yet neither modality offers perfect solutions, and Integrative Medicine is booming as these two fields start to understand each other better.
Chances are, you have strong opinions one way or the other. But listen in to this forthright conversation to see if some of your own beliefs aren’t challenged, and hopefully improved, from this conversation. With Dr. Joe Kepo’o.
Dawn Phillips describes herself as “Carrot-pusher, voracious reader of health literature, refugee from the tech world, and nice person.” She is at the cutting edge of Integrative Medicine. As a Nutrition Therapy Practitioner she works directly with a medical doctor to provide natural healing methods to compliment the AMA style healthcare he offers.
Dawn is a holistic nutritionist who works with sugar-holics, vegan dropouts, and the “dietarily confused.” She believes that most chronic health conditions can be remediated or reversed by increasing nutrient density and by reducing toxins.
Through this integrative approach patients receive less drugs and more nutritional and fitness guidance, something many of us in the nutrition and fitness industry have been looking for for years.
Listen in to pick up great ideas to improve your own health and wellness, deal with inflammation, and avoid potential health pitfalls.
The more you learn about health and longevity the more you’re convinced you’re going to have to eat more fruits and veggies. Between five to nine servings a day… and not just potatoes, carrots and corn!
Even if you can’t stand vegetables, one or two of these tips will still work for you. Read on to learn how you can feed your body the healthy stuff you know you need, without grossing yourself out.
If you think colors have no effect on human health or performance, think again! Dr. Laurie Buchanan is an award winning author who helps people heal and thrive through color therapy.
Her book “Note to Self: A Seven-Step Path to Gratitude and Growth” won the Self-Help book of the year award, and she is, in short, a fascinating and fun person.