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Best Nutritioncoach podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Nutritioncoach podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Michael and Adee Cazayoux dive into every facet of health, wellness and personal development in this podcast by Working Against Gravity. The WAG Podcast takes a unique approach to self-development by connecting the dots between nutrition, mindset, stress, and relationships through relatable stories and providing you with actionable steps that you can take today.
 
Take Control Radio powered by Forge-Rx focuses on a contemporary discussion of fitness and nutrition and its impact on your health, healthcare, wellness, longevity, and quality of life. Co-hosted by millennial Evan, personal trainer and nutrition coach, and his baby boomer physician father, Dr. Joe, who will bring you their lifestyle views from their age relevant perspectives. Get ready to be educated, entertained, inspired, and motivated, along with occasional guests, to navigate today's co ...
 
For current and aspiring sports nutritionists! The Institute of Performance Nutrition "We Do Science" Podcast, hosted by Dr Laurent Bannock, features a wide variety of leading guest experts (elite practitioners and scientists) with expertise in sport and exercise nutrition, and related fields relevant to 'real-world' practice.
 
The Barbells & Brothers podcast is for men who want to live an inspired life of purpose for the glory of God and the good of others. This show will help men overcome: Isolation and loneliness Poor physical, mental and spiritual health Lack of Purpose Our focus will be on what it means to be in brotherhood, how to live a life of optimal health and live a life of purpose.
 
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Should you do sales calls? Maybe? It depends. I personally do not. Will it slow down the growth of your business? Maybe? Maybe not. In this episode, I answer an Instagram DM about whether or not sales calls are necessary in order to grow your online business and/or if feeling gross about sales calls is a mindset issue or not. I tell you all about h…
 
Anyone who does shift work (especially overnight shifts!) knows it’s tough to stick to a nutrition program. Your schedule is constantly changing, your colleagues want to order fast food, and you’re barely getting enough sleep! In our latest episode of the podcast, you’ll meet Heather. She works three consecutive overnight shifts (while attending nu…
 
GET ON THE WAITLIST MENTIONED AT THE END OF THE EPISODE HERE (aka the Biz Beehive! so if you're already in the beehive, you're good!) _________________ I can guarantee you're lacking boundaries. In your personal life... and definitely in your business. Even if you have a few boundaries in place, I'd be willing to bet there's still room for improvem…
 
Intuitive eating is not the art of memorizing your food rules and then applying them without using a food scale or a food tracking app. Intuitive eating has grown in popularity and it's far more popular now for people to demonize dieting. You'll hear things like: "I'm anti-diet!" or "I help women lose weight without dieting" or "where intuitive eat…
 
In today’s episode of the podcast, Michael and Adee answer some great questions from our listeners! Questions include: How do you deal with injury after being a professional athlete, including any shifts needed with nutrition? If the only time you can work out is very early in the morning, is it better to get up and head to the gym — or should you …
 
If you are a coach of any kind, it’s important to think about and write down your values. (Even if you aren’t a coach, writing down your values can help you be the best version of yourself!). Having a strong set of core values can help guide decision making in business and in the rest of your life. So how exactly do you determine your core values? …
 
Things we cover in today's episode are: -Why Iron Phoenix Strength Club is more expensive than other commercial gyms - What you're actually paying for when you hire a highly educated coach/mentor -How the commercialized fitness industry has ruined the value of fitness. Why do you have to pay a professional for any other service? You can't walk into…
 
Do you tend to put others’ needs before your own? Do you feel resentful when everyone has been taken care of — except you? If so, you’ll relate to the latest episode of the WAG podcast Meet Josh. He’s 29 years old and a soon-to-be first-time dad. Josh applied to be coached live by Adee Cazayoux. This podcast is a recording of their conversation. Ev…
 
The past few biz episodes all tie in together! Biz episode 32 was all about being stuck because of perfectionism. Biz episode 33 was all about finding joy in life & business thru getting out of ruts/routines and finding ways to stay intentionally present. Biz 34 was all about q3 planning (it was a bonus episode so kind of unrelated here!) And today…
 
Episode 146 of the Institute of Performance Nutrition's "We Do Science" podcast! In this episode, I (Laurent Bannock) discuss "CBD for Athletes: Efficacious or Risky Business?" with Professor Graeme Close PhD (Liverpool John Moores University, UK). Discussion Topics Include: What is Cannabidiol AKA "CBD"? Why is CBD of interest to athletes? The cla…
 
My guest on this episode of the Barbells & Brothers podcast is Josh Howard. Josh has been in youth ministry for six years. He was saved when he was five years old, called into ministry at seventeen, and did everything he could to royally mess up the call that the Lord placed on his heart. But the Lord has a plan. Josh knows what it's like to be sav…
 
Today we’re talking about relationships. More specifically, we’re talking about a helpful tool Adee and Michael have been using to stay connected and maintain a healthy, strong relationship. The Rule of 3 exercise comes from authors and relationship experts Gay and Katie Hendricks. It’s a series of four questions to be answered with your partner. E…
 
Do you have a human body? Great- you will experience physical pain, discomfort, and pain many times in your life time. Pain is actually necessary- it is telling us something. Pain just means your body is trying to communicate with you in some way. Sometimes, it's even a false alarm. So, if you have a human body, particularly if you're active, this …
 
This is another special live coaching call where Adee has a conversation with someone who has been experiencing obstacles in their nutrition. Sonya Chamberlain is 41 years old and owns her own midwifery business. She’s also a competitive CrossFit Master’s athlete and a CrossFit coach. Sonya has the goal of improving her performance and optimizing h…
 
In this episode of the Barbells & Brothers podcast I share my insights from the book I recently read King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine written by Douglass Gillette and Robert Moore. I also share what it looks like as Jesus as our role model of being a king, warrior, magician and lover in our own pe…
 
This episode is so messy and it is SO WORTH YOUR TIME. We're talking about: --> Boners & the funding of viagra vs. women's rights --> How women's hygiene products are marketed differently than men's products & why this is a problem --> What you're expected to do & look like after you have a child ...and at some point I remind you that, indeed, yes-…
 
Have you ever reached a point in your health & fitness journey where you felt like giving up? Maybe you felt overwhelmed with nutrition program options and couldn’t determine which one was right for you. Maybe you tried six different workout programs but couldn’t tell if any of them were actually helping you achieve your body composition goals. May…
 
My guest on the Barbells & Brothers podcast is Sam Kuhnert. Sam was born with one hand, but that has never stopped him from embracing God’s purpose for him. When people used to ask Sam about his limb-difference, he’d smile and answer, “Because God said I didn’t need an ‘extra’ hand!” Owning his difference made all the difference in his ability to m…
 
Episode 145 of the Institute of Performance Nutrition's "We Do Science" podcast! In this episode, I (Laurent Bannock) discuss "Nighttime Feeding: Impact on Body Composition & Performance" with Michael Ormsbee PhD (Florida State University, USA). Discussion Topics Include: Overview of nighttime feeding as a dietary strategy for health and performanc…
 
"Modern fat phobia emerged in America during the 1800s in response to industrialization and globalization, but its broad cultural appeal rested largely on racism and white supremacy. White, western “scientists” in the 1800s categorized people into social hierarchies on the basis of their distinguishing physical characteristics, including relative f…
 
Episode 144 of the Institute of Performance Nutrition's "We Do Science" podcast! In this episode, I (Laurent Bannock) discuss "Dietary Nitrate and Physical Performance" with Professor Andrew Jones PhD (University of Exeter, UK). Discussion Topics Include: Overview of Nitric Oxide and Dietary Nitrates Dietary Nitrate supplementation as an ergogenic …
 
In today’s episode, host Michael Cazayoux interviews Ivette Carcas, the Training Director for Working Against Gravity. Ivette joined WAG as a client in 2014 and began working with Adee as her coach (Adee is still her coach to this day!). Before that, Ivette trained as a ballet dancer for 27 years (she’s since switched to flamenco). She worked as an…
 
My guest on the Barbells & Brothers podcast is Dustin Rivenbark. Dustin has dealt with addiction firsthand, seen the devastating effects of infidelity in a marriage, lost what he thought was his livelihood, lost a daughter to Potter syndrome, lost a mother to drug addiction, and dealt with ongoing health issues. He is the author of Courage and Rede…
 
Let’s talk about pregnancy! At the time of recording this podcast, Adee was 26 weeks (about 6 ½ months) pregnant with her first baby. Pregnancy has been an incredible journey for both Michael and Adee, and in this episode, they talk candidly about their experience. They discuss topics including: The most surprising parts of pregnancy What they’re m…
 
In this podcast episode I talk about the only way we can bring peace to the world is by bringing our own inner peace to our lives. This episode of the Barbells & Brothers podcast is being sponsored by LetsGetChecked. LetsGetChecked’s mission is to make professional health testing easily accessible and ensure that no individual ever puts off a test …
 
We all need mentors in our lives. In this episode of Barbells and Brothers I talk about four mentors who have had a profound impact in my life through their books. Pastor Rick Warren John Eldredge Pastor Erwin McManus Father Richard Rohr This episode of the Barbells & Brothers podcast is being sponsored by LetsGetChecked. LetsGetChecked’s mission i…
 
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have had to adjust to working from home. It’s very different from working in an in-person, office type of setting. While working from home, it’s essential to remain productive and focused. But—what if your kids are there? What if your spouse is there? All the chores you could be doing are there, too. There …
 
This is the third and final installment of our WAG members’ spotlight stories. Today’s narrative is nothing short of inspiring and depicts a story of personal triumph amidst a global pandemic. Darryl is both a competitive CrossFit athlete and WAG member with dreams of making it to the Master’s division in the CrossFit Games. In this episode Darryl …
 
Episode 143 of the Institute of Performance Nutrition's "We Do Science" podcast! In this episode, I (Laurent Bannock) discuss "The Athlete's Gut" with Dr Patrick Wilson RD PhD (Old Dominion University, USA). Discussion Topics Include: Overview of gut function and effects of exercise: gut anatomy and physiology and relevant symptoms of dysfunction N…
 
Have you heard about the difference between moderators and abstainers? This is important information to know about yourself when it comes to following any nutrition program. Put simply, moderators find that occasional indulgence strengthens their commitment to stay on track. Meanwhile, abstainers have trouble stopping eating something once they’ve …
 
Amidst the COVID pandemic it seems like there are so many reasons for us to shut down, forget our habits, and completely give up on our goals. At the same time, there are those that are using this time to take charge and make things happen. With the media constantly being shrouded by bad news, we’ve decided to spread a positive message by sharing s…
 
Sign up for The Confident Coach's Club here! Doors close THIS SUNDAY May 31st, 2020! First, we have to start by figuring out if and when you should have an evergreen model or a launch offer. Then, we have to decide is 1:1 best for you? Group? DIY? A mix of both? It all depends on so many moving parts. We're often told to simply regurgitate what's w…
 
Imagine this: you’re in the middle of a really tough workout and it’s starting to get painful. Your heart is pounding, muscles are aching. You’re tempted to take a break or even quit entirely. What’s happening in your mind at that moment? What are your thoughts saying about it? And how are your thoughts impacting your performance? If you’ve never a…
 
In this episode of the Barbells & Brothers podcast I share Hector's story of his heart attack and how we can determine our cardiovascular risk to possibly prevent a future heart attack. This episode of the Barbells & Brothers podcast is being sponsored by LetsGetChecked. LetsGetChecked’s mission is to make professional health testing easily accessi…
 
This is the first episode in our special 3-episode podcast series where we’re sharing uplifting stories in an effort to spread positivity during a time in history where many people are experiencing negativity and uncertainty. Imagine this: a helicopter has just dropped you off in the middle of a South American forest. You are alone and carrying jus…
 
Episode 142 of the Institute of Performance Nutrition's "We Do Science" podcast! In this episode, I (Laurent Bannock) discuss "Intermittent Dieting: Considerations for the Athlete" with Jackson Peos PhD(c) (University of Western Australia). Discussion Topics Include: Overview, and research behind, dieting and energy restriction, in physique and per…
 
Most of us think that the more motivated we are, the more successful and happy we’ll be. But too much motivation can lead to a life of constant striving for achievement without happiness or enjoyment. If you’re a regular listener to this podcast, chances are that you’re interested in personal development and growth. (And of course, Michael and Adee…
 
Episode 141 of the Institute of Performance Nutrition's "We Do Science" podcast! In this episode, I (Laurent Bannock) discuss "Creatine Monohydrate: Exercise, Sport, and Health Applications" with Professor Darren Candow (University of Regina, Canada). Discussion Topics Include: Creatine Monohydrate: An overview of the research Dietary and supplemen…
 
No one around me could understand why I would let go of high paying clients. It was easy money. Almost $1,000 per month for a measly 8 hours of my time. What other 20-something do you know making $120/hour? I knew no one. They thought I was crazy to let go of this kind of money. To not just make the money, go home, shut up and be happy. Shouldn't I…
 
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