What a lovely episode! Megan Sherer, a Holistic Nutritionist, Wellness Expert, and founder of Empowered Bodies, talks with Dave about the importance of balance in both fitness and nutrition. Sometimes it feels like diet and fitness culture really stresses how being healthy should be difficult. If it isn’t hard, then you’re doing something wrong. Megan takes a much more natural approach and teaches us how we can work towards better health without fighting ourselves. I love the answers she gives and would definitely recommend listening to this one! Not only is Megan fun and calming to listen to, but you can tell she really cares about what she does. Plus, we have some delicious recipes to share straight from Megan herself. Click below to take a listen, or read on!
Wow! If you aren’t quite reaching your fitness goals at the moment, you need a shot of Diva! Her mantra “Hard Work No Excuses” is just the kick in the butt we all sometimes need, and she gives excellent, targeted, easy to implement ideas and tips to help us take our fitness to the next level.
In episode 112 of this show, I interviewed Lisa Balash, the Kettlebell Bombshell, and I was inspired to try working out from home. That was six months ago, and little did I know that a few months later the world would be locked down and I wouldn’t be able to hit the gym.
My timing couldn’t have been better. And since making the switch, I have learned a lot, and want to share my best nuggets with you. So I used “the google,” did some informal polls of customers, and advice from some certified fitness coaches in my orbit and identified the 7 major problems people have when they start a home workout plan, and what you can do to make sure your plan works for you, is fun and enjoyable, and helps you achieve your goals!
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.
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.
Nadia Murdock is a nationally recognized fitness coach, published author and regular on-air fitness expert as seen on E! News, Fox, Today.com, SELF.com and Life & Style just to name a few. She is living proof that her “strong mind, strong body” method works. After changing her life via her own weight loss journey, she achieved creating a healthier lifestyle for her mind and body. She became dedicated to sharing that power with others through her company Nadia Murdock Fit.
Nadia has a B.A. in Psychology and taps into the strength and power of the mind when advising others in achieving their fitness goals. She also enjoys all forms of fitness from weightlifting to Barre and never goes a day without breaking a sweat.
Lisa Balash, the “Kettlebell Bombshell” shares with us how we can use kettlebell training to develop longer, leaner muscle tone, improve mobility, and work in cardio to our workout routines.
Lisa Balash has been a top Pilates and Kettlebell trainer in Las Vegas, NV since 2003. Lisa’s undisputed and original training method, combines Kettlebells and Pilates.
Lisa is certified in nutrition and weight loss and has worked with a variety of clients from NFL Quarterback Tyler Palko, Sister Wives reality television star Janelle Brown, 4 time Mr. Olympia Champion, Jay Cutler, UFC fighter Matthew Riddle, NFL Wide Receiver Larry Fitzgerald, and Cirque Du Soleil performers.
So, funny story. I’m a huge health geek and I love treating my own health as a science experiment. And I find that when I’m measuring and keeping track, I have more motivation to improve. If the scale says I gained a few pounds, I want to lose them. If I measure my biceps and find they are skinnier than other guys wrists, I want to gain some muscle. You get the idea.
So I was preparing this content about the 5 most critical health measurements, and I called my sister Angela for advice. Ten minutes into the conversation I wished I would have recorded the phone call. It was EXCELLENT. When I told her I wished I was recording she laughed and reminded me, “You know this part of what I do for a living, right?”
In this episode learn cool little things like how to live an amazing life of perfection and joy, the best possible form of exercise, the perfect diet, and other tidbits like that.
Valeria Teles has a great project called “Fit For Joy” and is on a quest to help people live better, more meaningful lives through her website and podcast. This is the recording of her interview with Dirobi owner Dave Sherwin, certified fitness nutrition coach.
Let’s face it, some non-conventional cancer treatment centers come across as a little weird or sketchy. But when you hear what Dr. Tom Incledon and his colleagues are doing at Causenta Wellness, you will find that his solutions are practical, common sense… and they are WORKING for thousands of people.