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Best Rebecca McConville podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Rebecca McConville podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Ashley and April founded Peak Mind: The Center for Psychological Strength in 2019. Their mission is to make information, tools, and techniques from the fields of Psychology and Life Design easily accessible so that everyone who wants to can THRIVE! April Seifert, Ph.D. I'm thrilled to be part of Peak Mind because I know first-hand how powerful the …
 
Adrien Paczosa is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian practicing in Austin, Texas, and the surrounding counties. She is the founder of I Live Well Nutrition as well as being the founder of Fearless Practitioners, the division of her business that offers training to dietitians and wellness professionals. Adrien began her path towards nutrition by fa…
 
Jason Belz shares on PHIT for a Queen that we are disconnected from ourselves. We do anything to take us away from being present. His goal is to get people to reconnect with their bodies. Environmentally, we aren’t connected to our bodies. There’s so much stimulus going on outside our bodies all day long, and in this technology age, we sit all day …
 
Marisa Michael shares on PHIT for a Queen that some rock-climbing communities are starting to emerge that are focused on body positivity. In these communities, rock climbers are speaking out that you don’t need to be thin to climb. If you have a body, you can climb. If you look at rock climbers on social media or in climbing publications, there’s a…
 
Tammy Beasley shares on PHIT for a Queen that you’ve got to give your body a chance to talk back to you. You really can learn to hear it, and your body can learn to trust you. But, it’s mutual trust, and both have responsibility. When you have an eating disorder, there’s shame and darkness; a secret. The eating disorder has the power when you hide …
 
We are Made to Move: Exercise and Eating Disorder Recovery Join us as we speak to Dr. Brian Cook, whose research focuses on the etiological role and therapeutic potential of exercise in eating disorders. We look at the benefit of addressing exercise in eating disorder treatment and treatment tools that can be used. We don’t have an upper limit to h…
 
Dotsie Bauch’s journey to the Olympics has been extraordinary: after recovering from anorexia she found cycling and became a Silver Medalist at the age of 39 years of age. She shares how movement was an important part of her recovery and how decisions she made for herself along the way helped with performance. Dotsie’s journey to the Olympic has be…
 
Cecelia Townes shares on PHIT for a Queen “How when she got the NOs she just redirected.“ Found her joy for sports by age 5 playing tennis Missed her love of the sport so much she walked on to the Howard tennis team. Found she couldn’t escape sport even during her law school. Challenged herself to look at what she wanted out of her career and did s…
 
Wendy Sterling & Casey Crosbie (dynamic duo dietitians) share on PHIT for a Queen “How the Plate Method helps bring back the fun and enjoyment to eating and takes away the exactness. “ Avoiding “exactness” a hyper-focus around numbers. Eating doesn’t need to be number focused. Add back the fun and enjoyment of eating. The Plate Method fill the plat…
 
Emily Anderson is a Licensed Therapist, a Registered Yoga Teacher, and a Certified Trauma-Conscious Yoga Method facilitator. She defines and explains how trauma impacts our body, how trauma-informed yoga can be beneficial and other treatment modalities including Somatic Experiencing. Emily defines trauma for us. Usually, when people think of trauma…
 
Clip-8.58 “ Some say the wave I surfed was 40- 50 foot, bigger than a house. Bethany Hamilton shares “How surfing was in her blood and she knew nothing would keep her from her passion” on PHIT for a Queen. Surfing was just something she was destined for. While in the hospital recovering a fellow surfer who lost a leg from a shark but didn’t keep hi…
 
Dr. Donna Duffy dives into the impact of concussions on females, how women and girls present and recover differently, and how much we still don’t know about this injury in sport. * You get a concussion when you have a blow to the head and body that causes your brain to move back and forth in your skull. Your brain can have different reactions when …
 
Adam McAboy shares “Why He developed a community for athletes to not feel alone- The Athlete’s Village.” on Phit for a Queen. Found people were like sponges for expert information. Found now as coaches he and Mark Henderson (swimmer in the Atlanta Olympics) were in the same boat. Wanted a platform for current and former athletes to give back to spo…
 
Dr. Erin Haugen is a Sports Psychologist working with athletes and high performers. She shares some of her tips and tools for tackling some negative self-talk that can impact our performance. Haugen shares how she has been involved in educating on mental health and breaking mental health stigmas within the athletic training field. Collaborating wit…
 
Nancy Clark shares on PHIT for a Queen what to expect in the 6th edition of her Sports Nutrition guidebook as to what things change and was things stay the same. It is a whole another food culture we live in Help athletes under the controversy The ultimate goal is to make sure an athlete’s muscles are well-fueled We forget about whole food comes in…
 
At 18 years of age, Samantha won a gold medal but that was only the start of her journey as an athlete and mental health advocate. She shares with us how she went about shattering her perfectionist armor and how she is supporting athletes to do the same. nt leaders. * Samantha was 18 years old when she won her Olympic Gold Medal. She shares with us…
 
Dr. Claire-Marie Roberts shares on PHIT for a Queen why it is important for her athletes to know “They are more than JUST athletes.” Her experience as a swimmer helped her experience sports psychology first hand. Sports psychology even though she knew was her passion ended up being a second career however her experience as a civil engineer helped h…
 
Hormonal contraception and how it is used for the female athlete can be confusing with controversial opinions. Dr. Elliot-Sale joins us to clear things up on this topic! Sale discusses the use of hormonal contraception in the female athlete, where is the place for it and when it should be used. Sale did research in the UK looking at why female athl…
 
Dr. Caroline Silby shares how “strategies to align sports performance with capability” on PHIT for a Queen podcast: The Sports Scene should be used to model and develop confident, healthy adults. Align sports performance with capability. We have to identify the qualities that make you successful but also identify the qualities that need to have bal…
 
John Hohlt from The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) shares on PHIT for a Queen how using Christ through sport to influence. Went into coach due to the positive influence of his coach We went to see the world transformed by Jesus through sport Coaches can be the greatest influencer in the sports world FCA wants to help complete the ministry C…
 
Mindfulness has found its place in sports! Dr. Saltzman discusses mindfulness and how it can lead to improved sport performance overall, reduce stress and increase the enjoyment of sport! Saltzman defines mindfulness as paying attention to the here and now, with kindness and curiosity so we can choose our behavior. Mindfulness lets us tune in to ou…
 
Valeria Weber Williamson of Your Shot of Yoga shares on PHIT for a Queen “ Why you have to give yourself permission to fail, but not permission to quit. “ Yoga has been shown in research to complement care of mental illness such as trauma, depression, chronic pain or anxiety. Be involved in finding your own way The Why of yoga will vary as to why y…
 
Nathan Carlson from Running Mate KC shares on PHIT for a Queen Desired to run each day faster than the other and found that his body wasn’t able to withstand the training. This led him to his interest in physical therapy specifically for running. When looking at injuries we must look at so many different variables to put them at their best place to…
 
Josh Wolf shares on PHIT for a Queen why “he loves coaching and how the real coaching comes when looking outside the lines” You have to reframe your brain, reframe your friendships My biggest weakness of addictive behavior became fulfilled when I became a triathlon athlete. You are never too old to start something you are passionate about Found tha…
 
Jon Hereth of Summit Rehab shares “Why your feet are like your car- biomechanics, capacity, and maintenance.” on PHIT for a Queen. The brain uses the foot to figure out where the body is in space. The foot is responsible for sensory input Biggest foot injury: plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, bunions The foot is prone to injury due to repetit…
 
The healthcare system has done a disservice with the recovery of the female athlete. Dr. Somers discusses how the gender biases of the female body, sports injury and how we recover is detrimental and harmful. She shares all that she has learned about physical therapy of the female athlete. * Confessions of a PT: Dr. Somers shares her journey of bec…
 
Megan Marshall, co-founder of the F.L.Y Movement joins us to share her journey of recovery as a collegiate athlete, what helped her and why she started the Movement. Megan shares her own story of being a collegiate athlete, the transition from being a high school runner to a collegiate athlete and some of the struggles she had. Recovery is not perf…
 
Sally Roberts of Wrestle Like a Girl shares “How the world of sport can teach girls that the world is theirs.” Sports came out of a tough choice to either participate in a sport after school or go to Juvenile Detention. Sally choose wrestling as an outlet for her anger, getting along with the opposite gender and how to walk with confidence. Confron…
 
Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani returns to the show to discuss her new book Sick Enough: A Guide to the Medical Complications of Eating Disorders Dr. G shares helpful concepts that she uses throughout the book, such as the caveperson brain, our overall biological drive, and adaptation to keep us alive when we are struggling with disordered eating. “I’m not s…
 
Sumner Brooks creator of EDRD Pro shares on PHIT for a Queen “It is the behaviors that create the health outcome, not the weight that creates Health At Every Size.“ What is HAES? Heath At Every Size Found that if she was going to focus on weight loss as a solution it felt wrong. While Body positivity may be a trend the harm that those in larger bod…
 
Living life creatively with Paralympian Patty Cisneros Prevo During her freshman year at Indiana University Patty was in a car accident that led to a spinal cord injury that left her wheelchair-bound. She a very special individual who planted the seed that she could continue to be an athlete and introduced her to wheelchair basketball. Once an athl…
 
Renee McGregor shares on PHIT for a Queen “what is orthorexia & the movement #trainbrave” Her background in clinical practice gave her valuable skills working with other disciplines Her love for running naturally drove her to sports nutrition Found her interest in clinical nutrition and sports dietitian blended her into specializing in eating disor…
 
Isabel Foxen Duke shares on PHIT for a Queen Her first diet was as a child encouraged by her pediatrician from that point felt she was always in a dieting cycle. Finally, after years went to treatment for binge eating learning that binges are caused by dieting. The constant pursuit was the problem in itself. We must separate health from weight. Mak…
 
Owning Our Futures with Fitness Entrepreneur Sara Grey At 26, Sara found herself as a single mom wanting to make a change so she can provide for her son. The tenacity, grit, and mindset through movement that she learned as a D-1 athlete was something she believed help her beat the odds. She shares her story of resilience, how she is changing how wo…
 
Robyn and Tim share on PHIT for a Queen why they “ took mental health advocacy on the road.” Wanted to use her voice to break the stigma around mental health. Generational gaps share different hurt around mental health stigma Decided to create this bus as a legacy for their daughters Strives to find a place that those with addiction and mental heal…
 
As the son of renowned Major League Baseball pitcher Tommy John who played in the Major Leagues for 26 seasons and was the first person to come back in 1974 from the revolutionary surgery named the Tommy John Surgery, it is not surprising that Dr. Tommy developed a passion for proper healing and physical function as he witnessed firsthand the outco…
 
Allie Kieffer shares how “ I don’t run fast because I am lighter. I ran fast because I am stronger” on PHIT for a Queen. Running was her way to escape her environment From a young age had others label her as “different” when it comes to the typical running body. How strong can I be to get through this marathon Lean on your strength If I don’t prope…
 
The BLUEPRINT for Success of the Student-Athlete with Seneca Blue Student-athletes come into the world of higher level sports with the expectation that they know how to handle these stressors and transitions. They are not prepared and we are beginning to see the impact on the student-athletes overall health. BLUEPRINT is a resource for all student-…
 
By day I am a doctor, by night I am getting my hands-on any outdoor adventure. Saw a gap in the care of the health of the female athlete. Found she was able to blend her experience with medical complication secondary to disorder and issues seen within athletic population specifically female athlete. Trying to change the culture of amenorrhea being …
 
Dr. Janean Anderson shares “Why thoughts matter” on PHIT for a Queen. Believes her journey to eating disorder recovery allows her to empathize and be patient with her clients. Wrote her book to help others sort out what is the eating disorder and what is you. Talks about common thought patterns that are detrimental to mental health: black or white,…
 
Dr. Anita Johnston shares “How stories allow us to have our aha moments to create new neuro pathways” on PHIT for a Queen. We have evolved from an over emphasis of goal oriented culture vs emotional oriented Our lives out of balance gets played out in food, & our bodies. We are taught to disregard our instincts and intuitions. Emotions are energy i…
 
Who is protecting our athletes? Sexual abuse in sport with Nancy Hogshead-Makar Nancy has been in the world of sexual abuse when it comes to club and Olympic sports for 8 years now. She discusses the issues around sexual abuse in sport, updates us on the new policies taking place since the gymnasts have come forward and what we can do to protect ou…
 
Was I only Fast because I was Anorexic? Messages in Sport with Kara Bazzi Kara shares about the messages in the sport world that are prominent that can be challenging for athletes who are at risk for eating disorders. She also shares her journey of recovery, transitioning out of collegiate running and developing a healthy relationship with sport. K…
 
Improving our Mental Toughness with Dr. Haley Perlus Dr. Perlus shares her views of mental toughness in sport and how we can build our own to help improve our sport performance or any goal that you might have for yourself! * Mental Toughness is wanting it more than you fear it. The ability to press mute on the fears that you might have in sports an…
 
Lauren Anton shares “when people are so disconnected from their body this is when the disorder creeps up” on PHIT for a Queen. Her role as a trainer in a gym gave her first-hand insight into the culture that contributes to eating disorders. Interesting fact that breathe work when going to school for acting helped her be able to use this as a mind-b…
 
Dr. John Sullivan shares why “The Brain always Wins” on PHIT for a Queen The Brain is the Governor connected by the vagus nerve The brain hasn’t been viewed as cool because we don’t tell a good story about it. Why we should view mental health as brain health- “we don’t know what human consciousness is” Breath rate manages heart rate which also mana…
 
Dr. Lonnie Sarnell tackles the world of mental health issues in sports, particularly performance anxiety and the overlap between anxiety and disordered eating. * Athletes are humans and struggle with mental health issues! The thoughts around mental health and anxiety are that if we struggle with it it's a personal failing versus something that is e…
 
Michelle Cordero shares with us “How she uses a holistic approach when taking care of her athletes.“ Athletic Trainers are part of the Sports Medicine team and are usually the first to the athlete when injured. Also are behind the scenes to prevent injuries from happening. Share what puts the female athlete at risk for injuries- training, nutrition…
 
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