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The Betty Rocker Show

Bree Argetsinger - aka Coach Betty Rocker

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Nourish Your Mind. Love Your Body. Rock Your Life! Join world-renowned fitness and healthy lifestyle coach Betty Rocker and special guests for conversations and content that will uplift you, inspire you, and provide you with valuable insights for a healthy mind, body and spirit.
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No matter what your current age or stage of life, I'm sure you'd like the actions you're taking to be impactful - both for your current state of health, but also for setting yourself up down the road. Because we want to be able to look back in 10 years and thank the person we are today for setting us up so well with a strong body, healthy joints, g…
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How does walking support your fat loss goals, support muscle and bone density and give you so many other health benefits at the same time? And where does that fit in with our cardio, cortisol levels and changing hormones when we get into our 40's and beyond? Today I'm taking a deeper dive into how our resting metabolic rate is influenced by our bod…
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A healthy and diverse gut microbiome helps support the balance of our hormones, a robust immune system and impacts how efficiently we absorb the nutrients in the food we eat. Tune in today for a tour on the ecosystem that makes up your digestive system, how you support better estrogen balance, get better results from your training and be a good ste…
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I made walking more a huge priority over the past couple of years and it's helped me in so many ways! I wanted to share some of the inspiring data that shows the tremendous health benefits women get from walking more, which become especially significant in our perimenopause and postmenopausal years. Plus, I'm sharing details on how I've been able t…
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In our postmenopausal years, we have achieved an important milestone as women! Let’s explore the way the inner landscape of our hormones has changed so we’re better equipped to navigate these new waters. I’m sharing my Postmenopause Training Trifecta so after you finish this episode, you’ll be armed with the specific training and nutrition strategi…
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In perimenopause, the 5-10 year period before our cycle stops entirely (menopause) it might feel like all the things that used to work for you don't work anymore, and your body just isn't responding like it used to. As our estrogen and progesterone levels begin to get off balance and decline, it has a big impact on our recovery, our body temperatur…
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Training with your cycle - explained! While you’re in the phase of life where you’re having regular periods, you may feel intuitively that you just don’t have as much drive during the days leading up to your period. And you may notice that certain times of the month you are able to absolutely crush your workouts. Following the rhythm of your cycle …
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Think about how you are sitting or standing right now - and the posture you are in. Is this a posture you are frequently in? What muscles are activating in this posture? Over time the muscles that work more than others can exert pulling forces across our joints, causing imbalances we're not aware of - and that show up when we're training as well if…
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What impact is stress actually having on our muscle tissue and our ability to lose body fat? Can a workout be too stressful, or does it actually act as stress relief? And how do our stress hormones interact with hormones like estrogen and insulin? Today I’m diving into the body’s stress response for women in different life stages, key data points t…
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How do we get past plateaus in our training? If you've ever wondered how to keep progressing on the foundation you've built, or have questions about a specific program or how to tailor your training to your life stage (cycling years, perimenopause or post menopause), this episode is for you. I'm talking you through how your body responds and adapts…
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Have you been faithfully working out, but feeling frustrated by how slow your results seem to be? Chances are, you're doing plenty of exercise....but you may be overlooking some key areas of your daily actions that are undermining your efforts! Let's talk about 3 key surrounding actions that will help your workouts pay off big time, and why this is…
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Do you find it hard to stay on track with your fitness goals or find yourself feeling overwhelmed by everything on your to-do list? Join me today to talk about the 5 key reasons we get burned out, and how you can “all or something” your way forward! In this episode, I’m exploring…. ⭐️ If you’re stuck in a rut, here’s what to do! ⭐️ Identifying burn…
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Dr. Stacy Sims, renowned author and scientist, educator and leader in the field of women-specific research is back on the podcast to talk about a range of important health topics. Tune in and join us if you’re interested in… How gut health impacts us from a hormone perspective over the course of our lives, Considerations for those with PCOS, Inform…
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Do you ever find yourself thinking back to conversations that you wish could have gone better? Maybe you lost your cool because someone was rude, or you felt uncomfortable and didn't say anything because someone was talking nonstop, or pressuring you. It's easy to find yourself in a challenging situation with someone where you feel like you’re walk…
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Have you ever wondered how acupuncture works or what's behind the benefits? Today, Dr. Ashlie Klavon, acupuncturist, chiropractor and Chinese medicine practitioner joins me to explain! I've been receiving and seriously interested in this practice for the past couple of years and have noticed tremendous benefits in my ability to manage stress, as we…
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What is the connection between what we eat and how we feel? Join me for a conversation about the connection between our diet and our mental health with Dr. Uma Naidoo, a Harvard trained nutritional psychiatrist, professional chef, and nutritional biologist and author of “This is Your Brain on Food.” Enjoy the show, and get all the resources and lin…
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Today I’m talking to Amy Morin, renowned psychotherapist and international bestselling author of “13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do,” a book that has been translated into over 40 languages, and gives practical advice to help you train your brain for happiness and success. As a huge fan of her work, I’m delving into some of my favorite lesso…
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My doctor and friend Dr. Jill Carnahan is back to talk to us about the most important lab tests you should get for your health from a functional medicine doctor's perspective, the aftereffects of COVID on women in peri and post menopause, PLUS, we're talking about the best way to test your hormones to see where your levels are at and the different …
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Join me and Dr. Izabella Wentz, bestselling author, Hashimotos expert, and integrative pharmacist who has a new book out called "The Adrenal Transformation Protocol." Today we're talking about thyroid and adrenal health to give you a deeper understanding of how these work together in the body, and how you can support them. Enjoy the show, and get a…
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Our scale weight is a variable number that doesn't deserve the "weight" people give it when it comes to their decisions about their training or their perception of themselves. Tune in as I go over the truth about your weight, and explain the value in taking a closer look at your body composition so you can frame your actions toward progress in a mo…
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Join me and my guest, Dr. Jolene Brighten for judgement-free straight talk about your body! We're digging into some of the topics in her new book, "Is This Normal" with medically accurate answers to questions you've been dying to know (but were maybe too embarrassed to ask) like your period, hormone concerns as we transition to perimenopause and be…
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Dr. Vincent Pedre, functional MD and gut health expert is back to talk about how keeping your gut healthy with practical tips you can apply right away. He breaks down how the health and function of our gut is related to our energy levels and our mental health, and how disruptions to microbiome impact inflammation levels in the body. Plus we get int…
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Welcome back to The Betty Rocker Show! In today's episode, I'm talking about the the actions we can take to create an optimal state in our bodies for fat loss and muscular strength to occur. Sometimes, people give up too soon on an exercise program thinking "it's not working" because they haven't really given themselves time to build the other impo…
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Join me and functional medicine practitioner Dr. Jill Carnahan as we take a look at some of the root causes of fat gain she sees in her practice that people don’t often expect. Hear who is a good candidate for intermittent fasting (and who isn’t) plus more on hormone health, how to read labs, recommendations for adaptogenic herb use, and more! Enjo…
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Dr. Stacy Sims is BACK for an in depth discussion of dietary strategies as they relate to WOMEN specifically, including low carb diets, intermittent fasting and the ketogenic diet. We’ll be talking about nutrient timing and why it's essential to focus on muscle over fat loss, plus optimal training strategies for women at all ages, including peri an…
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I’m talking today to my good friend Aaron Alexander, a pioneering manual therapist, movement coach and the creator of the Align Method which is a guide to using posture and body alignment to build strength, achieve peak performance, reduce pain, and find a new sense of confidence in yourself. Together we’re unpacking what we can learn from ancestra…
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Today I’m talking to Amisha Klawonn, Embodiment and Sleep Coach, Yoga Therapist, and Integrative Physical Therapist. We’re talking about many of the areas new moms struggle with in trying to do it all, and valuable tools all women can use for becoming more centered and feeling more embodied and peaceful in the midst of a busy life. Amisha applies m…
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Today I'm talking to body language expert, Linda Clemons and we're going to get into those parts of communication that are non-verbal - all those times we need to draw on our intuition to help us decode what people actually mean. Maybe you'd like to know how to tell if someone is lying or telling the truth. Or maybe you'd like to consciously use yo…
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Have you been looking for a way to understand and connect more deeply with the men in your life? In today’s episode, I’m talking to Traver Boehm, coach and founder of the Man UNcivilized movement. Drawing upon an eclectic background ranging from professional bodyguarding and Mixed Martial Arts to a Master’s Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine an…
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Are we all emotional eaters – on different ends of a spectrum? My guest today is Tricia Nelson, an emotional eating expert and the author of the #1 bestselling book, “Heal Your Hunger- 7 Simple Steps to End Emotional Eating Now.” We’re talking about the difference between food addiction and emotional eating, underlying causes of emotional eating, a…
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Today I'm talking to Dr. Michael Breus, better known as "America's Sleep Doctor." He and I have had many conversations about the science of sleep, and his useful tips have really helped me get into the best sleep habits of my life. In todays conversation, we're getting into "Chronotypes" which he details in his book, The Power of When and helps exp…
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Today, I’m talking to Dr. Vincent Pedre about healthy, happy guts! Your gut is the gateway to your health. Don’t you think it’s time to be the best ally you can be for your gut? It’s so easy to discount all those little health niggles we feel, but bloating after a meal, inconsistent poops, and any kind of pain down there are all signs that somethin…
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Today I'm having a conversation with my pal, Dr. Shawn Tassone, MD, PhD who is double board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and uses an integrative approach to help his (primarily female) patients. He’s in practice in Austin, TX and is a hormone specialist, author, speaker, highly rated patient advocate, and creator of an integrative hormone…
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In part 2 of my conversation with Dr. Stacy Sims, we're diving into training and nutrition strategies for women leading up to and post-menopause, plus guidance for phasing your training if you're still having a regular cycle - and discussing 2 popular diet strategies - Intermittent fasting and Keto - and if they are effective for active women. Enjo…
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When it comes to exercise and nutrition, women need different strategies than men in order to take advantage of the unique physiology of the menstrual cycle and the stages of their life cycle due to shifting hormones and how they impact the body. Previous research on fitness and nutrition has largely been focused on male test subjects, leaving wome…
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Today I'm talking to Dr. Jill Carnahan, a functional medicine practitioner who has been treating me for mold exposure and the cascading symptoms that came alongside that - including weight gain, low energy, hormone disruption and more. Mold can disrupt our body’s natural detox pathways and places a heavier burden on our overall immune capacity. We …
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Welcome to the second season of The Betty Rocker Show! Thank you so much for being part of my community of awesome flawsome women who are rocking their health and fitness through their entire life. A lot has happened recently and I want to get you all caught up with this episode. Enjoy the show, and get all the resources and links mentioned in toda…
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In today’s episode, I’m joined by the amazing Emily Fletcher, the founder of Ziva Meditation, and the leading expert in meditation for performance. The Ziva Technique is a powerful combination of mindfulness, meditation, and manifesting designed to help you get better at life and reduce your stress. Stress is the root cause behind so many diseases …
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In today’s episode, I’m joined by Dr. Cleopatra, a scientist and university professor who pioneered the field of fertility-biohacking and created "superbabies." As the Executive Director of The Fertility and Pregnancy Institute, and known as "The Fertility Strategist,” she is an amazing contributor to our ongoing conversation surrounding women’s he…
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In today’s episode, I’m joined by Dr. Mariza Snyder, a functional practitioner, and women’s hormone health expert. As the author of seven books (and counting) including the #1 national bestselling book, The Essential Oils Hormone Solution, she is an amazing contributor to our ongoing conversation about women's hormone health. In this episode, we co…
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In today’s episode, I’m joined by Dr. Veronique Desaulniers, the founder of Breast Cancer Conqueror and the 7 Essentials System, a signature process that is empowering thousands of women in over 43 countries around the world to perform more effective self-breast exams for earlier detection. As the co-creator of My Breast Friend (a device to help yo…
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In today’s episode, I’m joined by Dr. Gowri Rocco, a double board-certified medical doctor and expert in hormone health who has been practicing for over 20 years. Known as "The Wellness Warrior” and the author of Growing Younger - Restore your Hormones, Energy and Sex Drive, her mission is to help everyone feel their best as they age. Join us for t…
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In today’s episode, I’m joined by Alisa Vitti, hormone and functional nutrition expert, a pioneer in female biohacking, author of Woman Code, and the remarkable book, In the Flo. As the creator of The Cycle Syncing Method, a female-centric diet and lifestyle approach aligned with a woman's infradian rhythm, she brings us a unique perspective on how…
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In today’s episode, I’m joined by Kine Corder, a Nationally Certified Counselor and Clinical Hypnotherapist, best-selling author, international speaker, and the CEO of Presidential Lifestyle, a wellness company focused on wealth in all of its forms. As a financial advisor turned therapist, Kine brings us a new perspective on the stories we tell our…
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In today’s episode, I’m joined by Cynthia Garcia, a celebrity nutritionist, life coach, and bestselling author of The Hungry Hottie Cookbook. You may have seen her on Khloe Kardashian's Revenge Body, where she serves as the official nutritionist for the show, or on Dr. Phil, The View, The Doctors, or Dr. Oz, to name a few. As the founder of the Ins…
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In today's episode, I’m joined by Jen Esquer, an internationally known physical therapist who specializes in helping people overcome chronic pain and maximize physical performance. As the founder of The Mobility Method and The Optimal Body, she brings a unique, whole-body approach to strength, mobility, and pain-free living Self-care is so importan…
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Many of the women I talk to who are working on getting fit and strong are really wanting a "toned" body. But the key to tone is MUSCLE tone. And no matter what goal you have, the bottom line is that adding (and preserving) your muscle is one of the keys to longevity, strength, and your ability to thrive as you go through time. In today's show, I'm …
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In today’s episode, I’m joined by Dr. Jolene Brighten, a prominent leader in women's medicine and the emerging science of post-birth control syndrome. We take a deep dive into the menstrual cycle, women’s health, the effects of birth control - and how to best support your system as you go through time. Since every system in your body is impacted by…
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When our hormones are in balance we look, feel, and perform at our best. However, as we go through life, our hormones can shift and change causing a range of symptoms including fatigue, weight gain, and mood swings to name just a few. In today’s episode, I’m joined by Dr. Sara Gottfried, a doctor who specializes in women's hormone health and is a t…
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Today, let's continue our conversation from last week about key hormone players. I'll be digging into the thyroid, insulin, ghrelin, and leptin (your hunger and fullness hormones) plus and human growth hormone today to set us up with a good foundation to learn from the women's hormone doctors I'll be inviting on the show in upcoming episodes. Our h…
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