Today I’m republishing my most downloaded and popular episode over the past 2 years. It was also my very first remote interview, so the audio quality is not the best. I tried really hard to clean it up for you, because the content is really great.
I’m interviewing an old friend and super successful public figure in the fitness community, Steve Cook. Steve is a coach on this season of The Biggest Loser on USA Network, so I hope you will all tune in and watch along with me. Steve talks about his biggest failures, picking up the pieces, struggling to find balance and his philosophies about motivation, losing weight and getting healthy. He also talks about insecurities, critics and how he tricks himself into getting a workout in.
You can find Steve Cook on Instagram, YouTube or most other social media channels @stevecook. You can also watch him on The Biggest Loser or find his app, Fitness Culture on your mobile device.
I know you are going to love this episode, which is why I wanted to publish it now to get you excited for the EPIC Health Summit next week. You can register for this FREE, online event by going to https://onthebrightersideofhealth.com/register. I will see you there!
On today’s episode with Jessica Schiller Silverman, creator of MoZen Wellness, we talk about how to achieve a healthy balance in life and business. Caring for our physical, mental and emotional health is a product of nutrition, movement and mindfulness and Jessica shares her ideas about how to reach our potential. She coaches business owners who need help setting healthy boundaries and achieving success by staying in flow.
You can learn more about her by going to her website: https://www.mozenwellness.com/ or downloading her freebie here: https://jessicasilverman.vipmembervault.com/teaser/courses/view/6/. She also has an active Facebook group and Instagram account @mozen_wellness.
Jessica is just one of the 30 health experts presenting of Feb. 4th-6th at the EPIC Health Summit. You can register for that here: https://onthebrightersideofhealth.com/.
In today’s fun bonus episode, I’m republishing my conversation with Yay for Today’s, Sydney Hambach. Yay for Today is a fun, feel-good fitness brand that encourages followers to find a little Yay in everyday. Sidney talks about how she started out as a broadcast journalist and wanted a more family-friendly career once she had her son. She created this brand to help people get through the hard times in life with some cheer and develop healthy habits along the way.
Sidney now has her own line of fun athletic apparel that can be found at: https://yay-for-today.com/. She can also be found on Instagram @yayfortoday_. Check out her fun and colorful feed and her adventurous and optimistic outlook. And keep looking for that yay in everyday.
Don’t forget to register for the EPIC Health Summit here: www.onthebrightersideofhealth.com and get advice on how to improve your physical, mental and emotional health from 30+ experts all for FREE!
In today’s episode, I’m sitting down with Holistic Therapist, Tara Bixby, to have a frank conversation about anxiety and depression. Tara shares some incredible tips, tricks and strategies to combat and peacefully coexist with anxiety and depression. I recommend listening to this episode with a pen and paper, because we cover a lot and we cover it quickly.
Tara mentions one of her favorite books, which was also helpful to me on the importance of good nutrition called: A Mind of Your Own by Kelly Brogan, MD. For more information and resources, you can find Tara on Instagram @courageously.u. She also has a Facebook group and a YouTube channel by the same name.
Tara is also one of our EPIC Health Summit speakers, so make sure you are registered for that by going to this link: https://onthebrightersideofhealth.com/register.
Thanks so much for listening. If you loved this episode, please share it with a friend and leave me a review. XOXO!
In today’s episode, I’m sitting down with my friend, Tony Overbay, a licensed marriage and family therapist and utlra marathon runner. We talk about the metaphors we’ve seen in long distance running to marriage. He also talks about setting goals for the new year, using principles of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. There are so many benefits physical activity can have on our mental and emotional health. Let’s make 2020 our BEST year ever.
Here is a link to Tony’s New Year’s goal setting episode from last year: http://www.tonyoverbay.com/2018/12/27/episode-97-resolutions-that-will-stick-no-really-acceptance-and-commitment-therapy-plus-resolutions-success/
You can find more of Tony over on his website: http://www.tonyoverbay.com/ or on Instagram @tonyoverbay or @virtualcouch.
And here’s a link to Tony’s new book: https://www.amazon.com/Hes-Porn-Addict-Now-What/dp/1950328031/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=tony+overbay&qid=1576794183&sr=8-1
Have a wonderful New Year’s and join us next week (year) for a discussion with Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife about New Year’s Resolutions.