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In The United States and across the world, health is often only guaranteed by the luck of birth. Everyday it becomes more evident that the issues that stand in the way of achieving health and happiness for people of disadvantaged backgrounds are insurmountable. In this show, host Rich Cebada (Owner of Bodega Body) explores the issues those issues and shines a light on the revolutionaries trying to rewrite the health narrative across the globe. New Episodes Every Monday at 6 am EST. Support t ...
 
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The old adage of "no pain, no gain" might have been an oversimplified saying. Today we're here to tell you, some pain some gain in knowledge. In this weeks episode. I talk to my good friend Dr. Jordan Seda, a physical therapist here in NYC. Jordan is one of the brightest minds i know, I can't wait for you to learn about how you can use pain as a gu…
 
After a one year hiatus, the podcast is finally back! In this episode Rich takes a step back to reflect on the best and worst year of his life. He then pivots to discuss how we can use reflection as a tool to look forward and create progress in our lives. Whether or not you have a new years resolution, this episode is a great listen for those deali…
 
I remember the first time I really thought about climate change, I was sitting in my 6th grade English class, and my teacher started talking about the tragedy happening in New Orleans. It was 2004, George Bush was President. I remember watching videos of people who looked like me and my friends climbing their houses because their entire neighborhoo…
 
There is an obesity epidemic in this country and poor people of color are particularly stigmatized as “diseased” and a burden on the public health care system. intellectuals all over the country argue that the ties between how we measure indicators of health are not only flawed but in fact, have a history rooted in the controversial race science of…
 
Introducing the fight for our health. In this introductory episode, I go back into my history and discuss how my experience with health and wellness. I talk about how that history has led me on a battle for social justice in the health and wellness space. New episodes weekly. Follow me on IG/TW!www.instagram.com/richcebada/twitter.com/RichCebadawww…
 
We've reached the final episode of 2020! We're taking a winter hiatus but not without giving you an amazing guest. This week I talk to the hypnotist, Doug Sands. In my conversation with Doug, we talk about how to unlock your mind, to break through your personal barriers. We dive deep into what hypnosis actually is, learning that hypnosis isn't abou…
 
Weightloss is something people often think has to be a complex thing to accomplish. What I've learned over the last three years is that the biggest barrier to weight loss is often related to motivation combined with having access to the right tools and knowledge. While I struggle a lot with weight, there are still plenty of people who are trying to…
 
I've got a Special Surprise Bonus Episode For You!It is not logical that millions of modern adults and children around the world are suddenly becoming insulin resistant. How does taking insulin treat Type 2 diabetes if you are supposedly "resistant" to insulin? I hope that "Diabetes: The Real Cause and The Right Cure" will influence governments who…
 
The heart and soul of our podcast and website is to democratize health and fitness knowledge. This week I have an amazing guest who is actively fighting structural racism in the fitness world, but by proxy the world at large. She’s the founder of BlackGirlPilates and MelaninBrothersofPilates. She’s been a Pilates instructor for 13 years, she’s a cl…
 
The saying goes "speak truth to power." And learning to cope with, and expressing our truth's. Today's episode with a mental health podcast with Jessi Shuraleff. Jessi is the host of the This Is My Truth Podcast and community. In today's episode, we talk about Jessi's story dealing with infertility and how it led her down a journey to learn to find…
 
My guest this week is going to rock your socks! My podcast this week is with Frank King, the Mental health comedian. Frank has spent his entire life dealing with chronic depression, and chronic suicidal ideation. He's also spent his life learning to channel the energy from his suicidal thoughts into helping people who are "nuero-normal" deal with t…
 
Food is the center of culture, family, and fitness. There's a great misconception that healthy and delicious food is hard to achieve, but my guest this week is helping crack open the secret. Chef Camillo Sabella is a chef that specializes in plant-based, gluten-free, and paleo recipes. In this episode, we talk about how to make healthy comfort food…
 
I've always loved boxing for both training and watching it on TV. This week I'm really excited to talk to Cleveland Hughes. Cleveland is the head coach at Mayweather Fit in Chicago, and he's the owner at Healing Mitts. In today's episode, you'll learn about Cleveland's journey to boxing as a tool for mental health management, you'll also learn how …
 
Chasing your dreams is sometimes easier said than done. People don't often tell you about the hard work, and grimy realities of starting off a new venture. This week my guest Anthony Walsh talks all about leaving his career as a lawyer in Ireland and chasing his dream while travelling the world in order to become a professional cycler. Today Anthon…
 
Growing up a religious kid, I knew how much faith could play a role in creating a mental health balance. Today as an Atheist I still find myself fascinated by religion. My conversation this week is with an old friend, Nickeema Lyte. Nickeema is a Christian, a licensed clinical social worker, and is the host of her show Lyte Talks on Youtube. Throug…
 
Welcome to Bodega Bites, a solo bonus show dedicated to giving you a quick weekly health tip. I wanted to talk today about micro goal setting. How can you break down big weight loss goals, big nutrition goals and other larger tasks into much more manageable tasks. Reach out @RichCebada on Instagram if you have any questions! --- This episode is spo…
 
Goals are the fundamental keys to a fitness journey. But the little voices in our head often get in the way. Self doubt often stops us from taking great leaps forward. This week, I talk with renowned podcaster, life-coach and psychotherapist - Padma Ali. Through our conversation, we unlock how individuals can blend tangible and spiritual practices …
 
On today's episode, I have a rockstar of a guest on the show. Sue Bowles, blew my mind with the level of mental fortitude that she has. The two of us come from two different walks of life, but we came together to talk about overcoming trauma. Through Sue’s story, we address how we can all work through the collective craziness happening right now in…
 
On the show this week I have my new from Portland Oregon, Janessa Smart. Janessa is a group fitness instructor who has a kick-butt attitude and isn't ashamed to embrace herself. After dealing with severe anxiety and panic attacks as a pre-med student, Janessa decided to take her physical and mental health into her own hands. Today she focused on sh…
 
Pain and pain management can be tricky. My guest this week is Jordan Seda. He is a physical therapist, powerlifting coach and founder of The Abstract Physio. My conversation with Jordan leads us down a great path where we discuss who competitive athletes and the "everyday athlete" can work with and learn from their pain in order to become better at…
 
Men's mental health is a subject that we often don't tackle enough. As men of color, JC Williams and I have both faced an onslaught of challenges that have rocked us to our core, those issues spanning from racial injustice, to weight loss, to mental health. In this week's episode, JC opens up about his mental health journey and how some dark moment…
 
This week I'm really excited to talk to the host of the Powered by Plants Podcast, Harvey Pike. Harvey is a UK based personal trainer and podcaster. Harvey like many plant-based athletes had a very meat and dairy heavy diet. One day after coming down with a serious viral infection he started to explore dietary alternatives and began questioning his…
 
This week I have a deep conversation with my great friend Lindsay Milner. Lindsay is a fitness enthusiast and is an Instagram wellness motivator. In this episode, we talk all about how to use your voice to push for the things you believe in for your community. While Lindsay is all about health and wellness, she also uses her platform for allyship, …
 
The knowledge gap is often the biggest barrier for people on any journey. World factors for people from low-income neighborhoods often lead to the biggest hurdles to education, health, fitness, and nutrition. This week I talk to my former college access counselor Kevin Brooks. In this episode, we talk about the work he does with young people in ter…
 
This week I'm incredibly excited to have on a great guy who has transformed his life. My guest this week is Andrew Leibowitz. A couple of years back Andrew was over 250lbs, today he's become a marathon runner after a life-changing weight loss journey. Along his journey, Andrew went through various trials and tribulations, and along the way discover…
 
Diets and nutrition can be incredibly intimidating. We can't expect a quick fix, or a one-size-fits-all solution to hit our goals. The most important part, however, is building a foundation where you have a healthy relationship with food and your goals. This week I talk to my friend Tiffany Ma. Tiff is a registered dietitian, a powerlifter, and is …
 
The world this past year has felt like an incredibly dark place to be. It's hard to open our phones or computers without noticing the mass amounts of negativity constantly being entered into the universe. This week I'm talking to my friend Ryan Harrington. Ryan is a former college administrator, a father, a fitness instructor, and is a future life …
 
Recovery, next to motivation is one of the main aspects of anyone's physical journey. How you recover from working out or from an injury will have massive effects on your performance...with performance meaning in your daily life and in exercise. This week I have Dr. Ryan Cullen on. Ryan is a Physical Therapist, an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, an…
 
Motivation is the biggest key to any fitness or personal journey. It's what keeps us going once we think our bodies have quit. This week's episode I talk to my friend Devon Seegers about how he bounced back from a life-threatening back injury and turned his life around into a yoga coach....though coach isn't the right word for it. Because Devon hel…
 
In this week's episode, I explore the concept of manhood. I was raised in a pretty traditional masculine way, but the qualities of manhood are often lost. Many men think it means being boastful or meeting sexual accolades, but it's much more than that. My friend Marvin is the perfect example of a great man. He started off his journey being seen as …
 
In this episode, we have a special guest and talk about the quarantine, and the most recent movies we’ve watched. Pixar’s Onward, from Netflix we see The Platform, and the South Korean Monster classic The Host. We also talk about the movies we're looking forward to and the new Alamo Curbside service, and we try to remember what a manticore is.…
 
In this episode we talk about the magic that is Eddie Murphy and Dolemite is My Name. As well as talk about the report, and Ford vs. Ferrari, we start watching McMillions, and discuss the expanded variety that streaming services have given us. Rachael Describes Movies: Akira and X-Men: First Class.By G and R Watch Movies
 
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