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Moving Well Podcast

Nikki Naab-Levy & Janet Sunderland

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The Moving Well Podcast gives you fitness advice for efficient, effective and pain free exercises. It is brought to you by Janet Sunderland and Nikki Naab-Levy who are both fitness educators for Balanced Body and collectively have 20 years experience in the fitness industry.
 
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Jason Leenaarts has been on the show a few times now and is an incredible human being who you should follow and connect with. We talk about his latest work with Big Rocks Nutrition Coaching founded by Dr. Spencer Nadolsky and the journey of completing his MNU certification. This was a really uplifting conversation with lots of thought and input fro…
 
How are you prioritizing all you have on your plate? I give you my take in this week's episode as well as an update on the future of Revolutionary You. www.jasonleenaarts.com www.revfittherapy.com www.facebook.com/jason.leenaarts www.instagram.com/jasonleenaarts www.facebook.com/revolutionaryou To purchase my book, "A Revolution A Day": www.amzn.to…
 
This is Brandon Schultze's second appearance on the show. We did a life catch up, filling in the gaps of his new home, his engagement, his career within the training education space and life moves in general. You're going to enjoy this episode and be sure to go back and check out the past one as well. https://chrisliddle.substack.com/p/episode-156-…
 
In the final episode of our recent client spotlight series, I get to welcome one of the strongest ladies in our gym: Samantha Parks. You may recognize the last name as her father, Ned, was a guest on the show last year and we have the honor of not only training both of them but mother/wife, respectively, Brenda as well. We touch on all of that and …
 
Anthony Do makes a return appearance on the show to fill us in on what's happened over the course of the last 2 years or so. When Anthony was last on the show he was filming content in Iceland for Hafthor Bjornsson. This time he just happened to be in Edmonton for a few weeks so we actually recorded this one in my kitchen. We talk about the power o…
 
In the 3rd part of our 4-part client spotlights, I'm joined this week by one of the strongest fellas at RevFit: Ken Klika. His story has inspired me since he started here over 5 years ago and it's been a honor to work with he and his wife, Jen. Tune in to hear what led Ken to us, how he defines strength for himself and what continues to inspire the…
 
Mike Howard has been in the fitness industry for about 25 years. He's known to many as a coach, trainer, author, teacher, presenter, and runner of health retreats. In this episode we highlighted how this has been a long overdue appearance on the show and how meaningful it is to have people say your name in a room. We highlighted some struggles and …
 
In our next client spotlight, I welcome Stephanie Duffy onto the show. We talk about the events that led to her starting at RevFit, the changes she made in her life to see weight loss success, how she sees her journey in strength training and what goals she has set for herself next. To learn more about your host: www.jasonleenaarts.com www.revfitth…
 
Randy King is an education based self defence coach that specializes in conflict management and violence prevention. In our conversation we talked about what got him into his career and the life events that shifted it and changed how he showed up. If you've ever had trouble setting actual boundaries in your life, this episode might be for you. You …
 
It was time to take a small detour in our regular programming and get some of our RevFit family on to the show for another series of client spotlights. This week, I welcome Amy McNair who some may recognize as her husband, Don, was on the show last year. Amy's story is extremely inspiring and very unique from the motivations that got her here and w…
 
In the final episode of our 4-part series together, Dr. Bo Babenko wraps up the series with me this week. In this one, we discuss the technology and methods he uses to assess clients and make them the best versions of themselves (your host included) and where he feels the physical therapy profession can make advances despite a health care system th…
 
Mark has made many appearances on the show and in this one we actually did some post production magic. In 2020, some might remember I was doing daily episode of “Real Talk by The Lifestyle Chase”. Every day of the week, I uploaded a 12 minute short episode that would give people guidance or entertainment or insight for their day. This was inspired …
 
Dr. Bo Babenko is back with me for Part 3 in our 4-part series together. This week, we tackle his 5 Pillars Of Health namely: Movement, Recovery, Nutrition, Connection & Mindset. While an episode could be made for each of them, Bo and I try to cover each pillar as succinctly as can to give you something to consider and execute on after tuning in. T…
 
This is Nick Sorrell's 3rd appearance on The Lifestyle Chase podcast. In this episode we talk about the creative work he's been doing to showcase what he has to offer as a consultant in the fitness space and beyond. You can find out what that looks like by going to his IG https://www.instagram.com/nicksorrell/ . From there, you will able to head to…
 
In Part 2 of our 4-part series together, Dr. Bo Babenko is back with me as we chat about long term fitness. Building on our conversation from part 1, Bo explains how we need to have a long-term view on how we move our bodies and the best way recover from injuries when and if they happen as well as understanding the importance of cross-training to m…
 
Shane Fennessey (@shanefen on IG) is a 3rd time guest on The Lifestyle Chase. His podcast was the first podcast I was ever interviewed for. You can find it at City of Champions Podcast on most podcast platforms. Shane was brought on board as a co-producer at Score G Productions in 2017. He has worked on three feature documentary films, including th…
 
I'm honored to welcome Dr. Bo Babenko to the show for our next 4-part series. In this episode, Bo explains the need for an annual orthopedic screening so we can better understand how our bodies move, where there may be areas of opportunity and develop a plan for being proactive to reduce the risk of future injury. Fortunately, due to the convenienc…
 
Amanda Marr is currently a Virginia-Based Remote Coach/Online Trainer with about 6 years of in person training under her belt. You can follow her on IG at https://www.instagram.com/amandamarr.fit/ I was able to convince her to make her first ever podcast appearance the day before she goes in for a shoulder surgery. The great thing about podcast int…
 
Today's Episode is with Jake Boly. You may notice, the episode is no longer numbered. It's an evolution of the podcast to encourage you to dig back into old episodes to learn about different people. It's also a great perspective shift to reflect on how guests (and Chris) have grown as individuals, changed opinions, matured or had major life events …
 
In the final episode of our 4-part series, Kaleen Canevari is back with me to talk about how technology can help practitioners coach movement. The primary inspiration for this conversation comes back to the creation that Kaleen has brought to the world with Flexia. We talk about the role technology plays in our ability to coach from a distance, the…
 
In Part 3 of our 4-Part series together, Kaleen Canevari is back with me to talk about mindfulness. While it's certainly been a topic that has been discussed on the show before, Kaleen presents it in some refreshing ways. We talk about how and why meditation might work for you, how you use mindfulness to be more aware of how your body moves, how it…
 
This episode features my friend and past remote client, Erin Marsh. You can follow along @erin.marsh.at on Instagram. She's an Athletic Therapist based in Lethbridge, Alberta. You can learn more about your host, Chris Liddle by following along on IG @christianliddle or following the show @thelifestylechase You can also head to invigoratetraining.co…
 
Kaleen Canevari is back with me this week for the 2nd part in our 4-part series together. In this episode, we talk about the conscious competence learning cycle and understanding where we need to apply skills in our lives to practice not only self-awareness but execution to get closer to our goals. Kaleen breaks down the different stages of the lea…
 
In our next 4-part series, I welcome Kaleen Canevari to the show. Kaleen is the creator of Flexia, a Pilates model that allows you to use technology and Pilates in the comfort of your home for quantifiable progress. In this episode, we build a framework for what Pilates is, who it might be useful for and considerations for beginning the practice of…
 
In the final episode of our 4-part series together, Sarah Campbell and I talk about life perspectives. We touch on a lot of areas from how we perceive ourselves, the circumstances around us, our interpretations of what we see in the media and more. As always, we cover a lot of ground in a short amount of time. I hope you enjoy! To learn more about …
 
Another episode in the Client Series features my current remote client, Marcie Kiziak. Marcie has a wide array of past professional experiences but is currently the C.O.O. for NOVA Cannabis. She is also on the board for Little Warriors among many other roles in her life including but not limited to being on different boards or mentoring different i…
 
In Part 3 of our 4-part series together, Sarah Campbell is back and we're talking about a process oriented perspective versus a personal one. As coaches, we frequently encourage our clients to "trust the process" while the world around us pushes back our reactions can be quite personal by comparison and it's difficult to detach emotions from real l…
 
For this episode I brought on my friend and client Ryan Robles. Ryan trained with me across 3 different gyms and has come to me for remote programming in the past. He's an engineer, a husband, and a dad. You can learn more about your host, Chris Liddle by following along on IG @christianliddle or following the show @thelifestylechase You can also h…
 
In the 2nd part of our 4-part series together, Sarah Campbell and I take a basic look at how our brains work for us and against us. We talk about the "myth" of balance and understanding the messages our brains give us that can either help us improve or stand in our way. We also discuss the importance of technology detoxes and the need for human con…
 
In this episode with my long-time client and friend, Erika Anderson, we talk a little about her career and life journey and have a conversation about how we can spend less time and energy on the things that hold us back, and more on the things that move us ahead. You can learn more about your host, Chris Liddle by following along on IG @christianli…
 
In our next 4-part series, I welcome back to the show, Sarah Campbell. Her first two appearances were Episodes #39 and #121 which makes it nearly four years since she's been on. In this episode, we talk about the "continuum of life experience" and how we're susceptible to all of the input we receive on a daily basis. We cover self-talk, how social …
 
I am back with the final episode in our 4-part series together and Dr. Spencer Nadolsky wraps things up with a conversation on lipids and dietary interventions. Dr. Spencer discusses the basics of what you need to know regarding cholesterol levels, what dietary changes have the most positive benefit and where medication would be recommended. To lea…
 
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