The idea of making healthy changes is daunting, especially for middle-aged and elderly folks. There is so much information out there and it can be hard to sift through it all! Dr. Todd Lamb takes an easy-going, holistic approach to getting back on track. He and his team at PureLife Organics show you how to take control of your health and live your life to the fullest. Something we’re very passionate about here at Dirobi as well! Click below to listen, or keep reading to learn more about the three pillars of health!
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.
Alexa Schirm proves that health can be simple and delicious.
She received her bachelor’s degree in nutrition from Iowa State University and since then has been on a mission to spread the word about honest, realistic and most importantly delicious lifestyle changes. She is a firm believer that real health can be exciting, delicious and fun, and definitely not as complex as we make it. As a mom of three girls, she knows all about making healthy choices on the go and incorporating health into all areas of life. Her mission is helping people to create a new health-style through habit formation and real food. To use health as a means of living rather than living for health..
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.
According to a $25,000,000 study, there are 90 essential nutrients we all need, every day to provide optimal health. Learn what they are, and how to prevent deficiencies in this article and infographic!
Bracha’s back! In the previous episode with Bracha, titled Searching for God in the Garbage (episode 69) we talked about her book.
In this episode we dive into her story and how she personally overcame food addictions and health problems through her understanding of spirituality and discovering meaning that helped her rise above her challenges.
Get an insiders view of the food industry, and tons of great health tips and hacks in this fascinating interview with Thom King, one of the largest manufacturers of natural sweeteners in the United States.
In this episode we talk about everything from Fitcon and the thrill of seeing people take full swings at armored Knights with their axes, chicken chips, the highland games, and then, of course, Keto. Or, as Sinead more appropriately refers to it, the Ketogenic Lifestyle. We discuss the difference between the modern Keto diet and the old Atkins diet, thoughts on the Carnivore Diet, and more.
The last 10 years have seen some excellent health and wellness breakthroughs, so I did some research on what the best of the best are. In this episode see what I consider the top 5 breakthroughs of the last 5 years, the research behind it, and some actionable tips on how you can take advantage of this cutting edge science.