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It IS possible to be healthier, more productive, and achieve YOUR version of success in Hollywood…without sacrificing your sanity in the process. Creative burnout doesn’t have to be inevitable. Hosted by Zack Arnold (ACE), award-winning Hollywood film & TV editor of Cobra Kai, Empire, Glee, and more, documentary director, American Ninja Warrior in training, and father of two. The Optimize Yourself program helps creative professionals, entrepreneurs, and even weekend warriors more effectively ...
 
Every day our world edges ever closer to the abyss. Health care has become sick care. Obesity reigns. Disease is rampant. Being weak and unfit has become the norm. Saying we're sedentary is an understatement. We're overmedicated and under muscled. Let's face it, very few of us are walking around at our happy weight. Not only are we unhealthy, but we're unhappy and unsatisfied as well. How do we undo this? How do we fix it? How do we begin to heal? Join host Kerri Olkjer as she weeds through ...
 
Although the world is becoming mostly sedentary, our bodies still require a wide variety of daily movements in order to work well. Many of us struggle to get regular exercise, but even that can fall short of nourishing the body from head to toe. How can we move more—a lot more—when we have sore, stiff parts and overly busy lifestyles? Join Katy Bowman M.S., biomechanist, author, and movement educator as she combines big-picture lessons on biomechanics, kinesiology, physiology, and natural hu ...
 
Our sedentary, cushioned lifestyles are making us and our planet sick. A major barrier to change in the fashion and footwear industry is a reluctance to discuss systemic challenges all Brands and Businesses are facing and the science supporting innovation and progress. The Vivobarefoot Podcast series ‘Sustain This?’ invites experts and rulebreakers to discuss the challenges we face for our plantery and human health.
 
A series built to educate individuals in how to pursue their fittest lifestyle. Providing actionable information on exercise, nutrition, and all things fitness, you will gain the information necessary to reach the next level.Learn from experts including researchers, fitness professionals, athletes, as well as everyday people just like you. Those who’ve overcome life’s challenges to positively improve their health and fitness. Designed to provide interesting, in-depth conversations, learn how ...
 
The First Mile is a podcast for new runners. If you want to start running, but think you’re too old, too overweight, too out of shape and too slow, then you're in the right place. When it comes to running, everyone has to start somewhere, and every runners journey starts at mile 1. Some people call it running for dummies. We like to call it running for non-runners. So if you want to leave the inactive & sedentary life behind for good, and live the fit & healthy life that you envision for you ...
 
Fitness In Post is a program designed for those in the post-production industry who live sedentary lifestyles. If you are tired of having no energy, fighting brain fog, and collapsing at the end of the workday, we are here to help. Post-production is known as the “pizza and beer” community, and there’s nothing wrong with those who make the choice to live that way. However, for people stuck in that culture who want to get healthier but don’t know where to start, there is now a resource. We sp ...
 
Depressed? Overweight and leading a sedentary lifestyle? Then you've come to the right place; "My house My Foundation." My house My Foundation is an open discussion of the various issues that are causing every day people to submit to a life that’s less healthy and less fulfilling. My House My Foundation serves to investigate this national dilemma of poor health and lack of time for physical activity as we look into the lives of real people, real situations and the reasons behind the declinin ...
 
We live in a world of gnosis deferred. We have come to a point in our societal evolution where self-awareness and existential cognizance are scarce; and now more then ever, we are desperately struggling to reconcile the ethical, moral, political, and religious shortcomings of our global zeitgeist. The primary purpose of the Deferred Gnosis podcast is to bring together contrasting perspectives sourced directly from the fringe in order to deconstruct the preconceptions of our culture through t ...
 
The Health Courage Collective Podcast is for women who are too busy to slog through hours of generalized, inapplicable and often contradictory health information, but too smart to ignore that a few minutes of focused attention now can prevent years of suffering in the future. Hosted by Christina Hackett - a pharmacist who doesn’t want you to live on prescriptions, a certified coach specifically trained to maximize your potential, and a compulsive learner obsessed with preventative, cutting e ...
 
Hello and Welcome to Physical Activity Researcher Podcast! Physical Activity Researcher Podcast is the source of the latest research findings on all things related to physical activity, exercise, and health. World-renowned scientists and experts as guests in an informal and relaxed interview style format. New episodes on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. The podcast is for anyone who likes to learn scientific and evidence-based knowledge of physical activity, exercise, and health. Our listener ...
 
In this podcast I interview leaders in the field of exercise prescription. I talk to prominent researchers who investigate how exercise can improve different aspects of quality of life in different populations and clinical groups. Our conversations cover several topics. For example, we discuss what type of exercise is the best to improve brain health and reduce age related cognitive decline or how can we use exercise to ensure an optimal development in children and mobility and quality of li ...
 
Safe Work Australia broadcasts a series of free online seminars and podcasts that showcase the latest thinking, innovation, research and developments in work health and safety. Safe Work Australia leads the development of work health and safety and workers' compensation policy in Australia. www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au Visit us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter
 
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Mark Moritz, professor and graduate studies chair in anthropology, studies the transformation of African pastoral systems, specifically examining how pastoralists adapt to changing ecological, political, and institutional conditions. He shares some of the results of his research with pastoralists in the far north region of Cameroon with David Stale…
 
Is it possible to be a sedentary person who exercises regularly? Does movement have to = exercise? Which is more important? An hour-long workout at the gym, or standing up from your chair 25 times throughout the course of your workday? Join in for a listen to find out. Download a FREE mp3 audio file of empowering questions to get you started reprog…
 
Dr Abigail Morris (Pt2) - Sedentary behaviour | Workplace | Behaviour change Dr Abigail Morris is working as a Lecturer in Workplace Health and Well Being in Lancaster University, UK. Her research expertise is in workplace physical activity and sedentary behaviour intervention development and evaluation. She is an interdisciplinary mixed methods re…
 
David Richman was once a sedentary overweight smoker living within an abusive marriage and negative headspace. He was not caring for himself and spent most of his time living what he thought everyone else wanted until he looked in the mirror and asked himself, "who do you want to be?".David's journey took a turn that day, and a door opened that led…
 
Catrine Tudor-Locke, PhD, FACSM, FNAK is Professor and Dean of the College of Health and Human Services. Dean Tudor-Locke is a walking behavior researcher and a recognized world leader in objective physical activity assessment and promotion, specifically focused on pedometer or accelerometer-determined ambulatory activity captured as steps/day acro…
 
Thank you for tuning in for another installment of the Open and Honest Show. Like all the other OH Show episodes, this conversation leans heavily into mindset training for athletes. BJ and I also share our experiences with our first eight-hour meditation.Thank you to our Patreon community for helping us keep this podcast and the Awake Athlete podca…
 
Episode 6, Getting Started with the Paleo! Interested in trying Paleo? All my best info, tips, and advice in one quick episode. Support the show by checking out our affiliate links: Use code FITVIEWS for 20% off our favorite keto goodies at Perfect Keto https://www.pjatr.com/t/3-274263-86806-249382 Kerri's LMNT referral link: http://elementallabs.r…
 
In episode 520 of The Half Size Me™ Show, Heather talks with Kendall about how she lost 75 pounds and started strength training, plus they discuss a plan to meet her future strength-training goals her problems with overeating at night how she can increase her protein and more!Do you want to get support and connection at a price you can afford? Then…
 
Kathryn Schmitz, PhD, MPH, is the Associate Director of Population Sciences at Penn State University College of Medicine, and, jointly, serves as Full Professor at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Medicine. Dr. Kathryn Schmitz is a leading researcher in exercise oncology - the use of exercise in cancer prevention, control and survivorship…
 
What I’d love to do is give you an insider’s glimpse into the world of my Optimizer coaching & mentorship program and what we call the ‘Hot Seat.’ What you’ll hear today is a recording of an actual live session with an Optimizer student where on the Hot Seat we tackle various questions about career transitions, productivity, workflows, networking, …
 
Why is meaning central to movement cultures, and how does it relate to ecological awareness and sustainability? Are there certain meanings and values of sport that are problematic when we are trying to move towards more sustainable movement cultures? Can we find potential for ecologization also in competitive and elite sport, which have been often …
 
Christian Kleinbub, professor of history of art, studies the arts of the Italian Renaissance, with particular focus on issues of image theory, naturalism, the body, and period conceptions of vision and the visionary. He joins host David Staley on this week's Voices of Excellence podcast on Soundcloud and iTunes to describe his research and how wher…
 
Did you know that you literally wash your brain every night? There is an amazing self-cleaning process that happens while you’re asleep to clear out junk and debris that accumulates as part of living. When this process works well, it prevents neurodegenerative diseases like dementia, Alzheimer’s, and even parkinson’s and Multiple Sclerosis. The pro…
 
Analytical Techniques in Processing Physical Activity Data (Pt1) - ProPASS webinar - Dr Alex Rowlands and Dr Tatiana Plekhanova This is audio from ProPASS ECR network webinar. The theme of this first webinar series is measurement and in this first webinar of 3, we will hear from Dr Alex Rowlands and Dr Tatiana Plekhanova on analytical techniques in…
 
As creative professionals, we constantly have to reinvent ourselves to stay relevant (and frankly just to survive the insanity of our industry). The pressure to come up with new ideas and be daring is stressful at best, and debilitating at worst. Many of us are under the illusion that this pressure we place on ourselves gives us our edge - that it …
 
Kathryn Schmitz, PhD, MPH, is the Associate Director of Population Sciences at Penn State University College of Medicine, and, jointly, serves as Full Professor at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Medicine. Dr. Kathryn Schmitz is a leading researcher in exercise oncology - the use of exercise in cancer prevention, control and survivorship…
 
Lisa Roberts, former professional triathlete turned ultrarunner, is a big believer in developing a Jedi mindset, so obviously, we had to invite her onto the show.After a long and successful career in the triathlon world, including countless podiums and course records, Lisa came out of the gates blazing in 2020 when she hit the ultra running communi…
 
Become a PREMIUM podcast subscriber to support this show and you will get Access to the first 200+ episodes (no longer on other platforms) Access to the entire 500+ episode archive Early access to regular episodes (before they're released publicly) Access to additional bonus material releases Exclusive, subscriber-only audio replies to "Ask Me Anyt…
 
Episode 5, Getting Started with the Whole30! Interested in trying Whole30? All my best info and advice in one quick episode. Support the show by checking out our affiliate links: Use code FITVIEWS for 20% off our favorite keto goodies at Perfect Keto https://www.pjatr.com/t/3-274263-86806-249382 Kerri's LMNT referral link: http://elementallabs.refr…
 
Amy has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Leeds, who undertook a work placement year at BiB in 2017, working on the ‘Primary School Years’.Amy is currently a PhD Student, working with the JU:MP team and Loughborough University. Her PhD will focus on developing and implementing an intervention to increase physical activity…
 
Life skills has been an important concept for sport researchers interested in understanding the potential of sport to foster positive youth development. In this second part of our conversation with Dr Martin Camiré, we explore why it is necessary to rethink some of the assumptions associated with life skills, and how postqualitative inquiry can hel…
 
Prof. Wojtek Chodzko Zajko is the Shahid and Ann Carlson Khan Endowed Professor of Applied Health Sciences and Dean of the Graduate College at the University of Illinois. In his role as Dean of the Graduate College, Chodzko-Zajko leads campus efforts in setting policies, defining standards, and enabling excellence in graduate programs, graduate res…
 
Dr. Christina Miller worked as an emergency room physician for a decade and served as the president of the Colorado chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians. She advocated the care of emergency patients and doctors and then was forced to turn that advocacy towards herself as she began to experience her own health concerns. Her path t…
 
In episode 518 of The Half Size Me™ Show, Heather talks with Amy about her 50-pound weight loss and her plan to lose more, plus why she has struggled with her weight how intentionally maintaining can help how she approaches tracking and calories and more!Do you want to get support and connection at a price you can afford? Then check out the Half Si…
 
Episode 4, Getting Started with Keto! Interested in trying keto? All my best info an advice in one quick episode. Support the show by checking out our affiliate links: Use code FITVIEWS for 20% off our favorite keto goodies (including the MCT Powder, Exogenous Ketones, Keto Bars, and Matcha MCT Powder latte mentioned in this episode) at Perfect Ket…
 
The idea that sport contributes to positive youth development and helps to develop life skills has a prominent role in our societies and the research discourse in sport psychology. These ideas however, are not without critiques, based on conceptual and ethical arguments as well as empirical findings. Can we say that the research topic is in some so…
 
Affirmations don’t work. So, now what? Come learn how interrogative self talk is more powerful than declarative self talk, and what to do about it. Download a FREE mp3 audio file of empowering questions to get you started reprogramming your subconscious: https://healthcourage.ck.page/questions Afformations from Noah St. John www.iafform.com and www…
 
From the outside it often looks as if the dominant factor that determines whether someone achieves their careers goals or not is luck (And you all know how I feel about “luck.”) From an insider’s perspective, having helped hundreds of people successfully make career transitions, I believe luck is simply when their hard work intersects with the righ…
 
Dr. Katzmarzyk is Professor and Associate Executive Director for Population and Public Health Sciences at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center where he holds the Marie Edana Corcoran Endowed Chair in Pediatric Obesity and Diabetes. Dr. Katzmarzyk is an internationally recognized leader in the field of physical activity and obesity, with a spec…
 
Episode 3, Getting Started with Strength Training, Lifting, and Barbell Training. If I could have only one message, it would be this episode! It's time to get strong. Support the show by checking out our affiliate links: Use code FITVIEWS for 20% off our favorite keto goodies at Perfect Keto https://www.pjatr.com/t/3-274263-86806-249382 Check out K…
 
Episode 2 - Getting Started with Activity Tracking Tracking your activity is a great place to start when making a healthy lifestyle change. Today we discuss how to get started tracking your activity, daily steps, and workout tracking. Support the show by checking out our affiliate links: Use code FITVIEWS for 20% off our favorite keto goodies at Pe…
 
Become a PREMIUM podcast subscriber to support this show and you will get Access to the first 200+ episodes (no longer on other platforms) Access to the entire 500+ episode archive Early access to regular episodes (before they're released publicly) Access to additional bonus material releases Exclusive, subscriber-only audio replies to "Ask Me Anyt…
 
Tracking macros and calories is a great place to get started when seeking any healthy lifestyle change! Macros = macronutrients = protein, fat, carbs. On today's episode we discuss getting started tracking, ask do calories even count, and briefly walk through how to use Kerri's current app as an example. Support the show by checking out our affilia…
 
Youth athletes quickly learn that they have to perform certain identities - as hardworking, dedicated, and always ready to train more - to maximise their chances of staying on the athlete development pathway and 'making it' to senior sport. What are the implications of the 'always more' culture on their being-in-the-world and meaningful experience …
 
We spend a lot of time and attention worrying about the health of our cardiovascular system, our nervous system, our digestive system, and so on- but what about our lymphatic system? It’s super important to our overall health and energy, and it’s pretty simple to support it so it can support us. Come find out how. Article about the lymphatic system…
 
Dr James Nobles (Pt2) - PA | Communication | Promotion Dr James Nobles is a pragmatic, multi-methodological researcher with particular interests and expertise in obesity (prevention and treatment), public health, and systems science. Since starting his research career and through various appointments, he has developed strong working relationships w…
 
As 2021 winds down and we approach the New Year, it’s so easy to get caught up in the chaos of the holiday season and write off the end of the year as a loss, putting our goals and intentions aside and telling ourselves “We’’ll start fresh again in January.” But then inevitably when the new year hits and we create resolutions, life still gets in th…
 
George Thomas completed his BSc at the University of Gloucestershire in Sport and Exercise Sciences, and his MSc at the University of Bristol in Physical Activity, Nutrition and Public Health. His graduate work focused on promoting physical activity in Further Education students. He has recently completed his PhD at the University of Southern Queen…
 
Welcome back to the OH Show as we prepare to wrap up another year within this rich itinerary of life. With each passing day, BJ and I commit to living awake to the lessons of this earth school while not forgetting to indulge in our power to manifest, which is a gift from the universe to ensure we have fun along the way.And so, as we move into 2022,…
 
In episode 516 of The Half Size Me™ Show, Heather talks with Kristen about her Covid-19 weight gain and general apathy toward self-care, plus they have a great discussion about why you need to focus on the present rather than dwell in the past why tracking calories is a good place to start why showing yourself compassion and kindness is so importan…
 
Kasper Lykkegaard is co-founder and CEO of the company SENS INNOVATION ApS specialised in developing small, low power and flexible sensing devices for medical purposes. --- This podcast episode is sponsored by Fibion Inc. | The New Gold Standard for Sedentary Behaviour and Physical Activity Monitoring Learn more about Fibion: fibion.com/research --…
 
Today we explore sport coaching knowledge from a critical socio-cultural perspective and ask question about what implications it can have for youth athletes' experiences and meanings assigned to sport, both on personal and collective level. It is somewhat paradoxical that although significant advances have been made in scientific understandings in …
 
As 2021 winds down and we approach the New Year, it’s so easy to get caught up in the chaos of the holiday season and write off the end of the year as a loss, putting our goals and intentions aside and telling ourselves “We’’ll start fresh again in January.” But then inevitably when the new year hits and we create resolutions, life still gets in th…
 
QUOTE FROM "FALLING UPWARD" “If there is such a thing as human perfection, it seems to emerge precisely from how we handle the imperfection that is everywhere, especially our own. What a clever place for God to hide holiness, so that only the humble and earnest will find it! A ‘perfect’ person ends up being one who can consciously forgive and inclu…
 
Is fun a necessary part of good physical education, or are there other, more profound experiences that might be more important for young people? Today’s episode continues explorations meaning and value of physical education in young people’s lives. The discussion is shaped by a critical perspective, and we ask questions about privilege, marginalise…
 
Amy has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Leeds, who undertook a work placement year at BiB in 2017, working on the ‘Primary School Years’.Amy is currently a PhD Student, working with the JU:MP team and Loughborough University. Her PhD will focus on developing and implementing an intervention to increase physical activity…
 
Today, our guest is Dr. Michael Klaper, an American physician, vegan health educator, internationally-recognized teacher, and sought-after speaker on nutrition and health who has been shining his light in the medical community for many decades.Dr. Klaper graduated from medical school in 1972, turned vegan in 1981, and holds a level of experience an…
 
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