Sinopse

People tend to have the same common complaints or health / wellness goals but all too often fall back on the same excuses as to why they can't change. Our mission is to source the best in the business in all aspects of health, fitness and wellness to share with you their expertise. We hope to spark the interest and motivation you need to think differently, drop the excuses, and make a change.

Episódios

  • Episode 14 - Flow

    Episode 14 - Flow

    07/12/2016 Duração: 39min

    Flow - our optimal mental state that underpins our greatest and most memorable moments. We catch up with Cameron Norsworthy, performance director of The Flow Center, to chat more about this, how you can train your mind to help achieve this mental state and some of its many benefits. This is a fascinating topic which stems from positive psychology and mindset and is highly beneficial for everyone from the everyday person to high performing athletes and business executives. If you would like to find out more about The Flow Center and their coaching and training, jump on the below links to their Facebook page and website. http://theflowcentre.com/ https://www.facebook.com/theflowcentre/

  • Episode 13 – Intermittent Fasting, What Is It And What Does The Science Say

    Episode 13 – Intermittent Fasting, What Is It And What Does The Science Say

    16/11/2016 Duração: 26min

    We are joined by one of the world’s leading experts on intermittent fasting who has not only studied the subject for over 20 years but follows the practice himself. Dr Mark Mattson is a neurosciences professor at Johns Hopkins University and is chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the National Institute on Aging in the USA. Mark has completed extensive research in this field, published and co-published a number of papers and has given a Ted talk 'Why fasting bolsters brain power' which has had nearly 1.5 million views. If you have been wondering what intermittent fasting is, are considering trying it, or if this is the first time you have heard about it, you need to jump on and listen to the science behind it. To watch Mark Mattson's Ted Talk, follow the link below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UkZAwKoCP8

  • Episode 12 - How To Fit Quality Training Into A Busy Schedule

    Episode 12 - How To Fit Quality Training Into A Busy Schedule

    31/10/2016 Duração: 34min

    We catch up for a chat with Damien Angus and talk about his approach to training of quality over quantity. Damien competes in Iron Man competitions including the most iconic event in the competitions calendar, the world championships in Kona Hawaii where he has previously won his age group. Not only is Damien an impressive athlete but he has PHD in physiology, an MBA, is a partner at professional services firm PwC and is a dad of 3. Join us to find out how Damien fits his training into his extremely busy schedule, pick up some great tips on how you can do the same and get the motivation to drop any of those excuses of ‘I’m too busy’.

  • Episode 11 - Nutrition For Kids

    Episode 11 - Nutrition For Kids

    16/10/2016 Duração: 39min

    Soraya is a Mum, a Nutritionist and Co-founder of Live Fruitfully based in Singapore. Being a mum, Soraya has a keen interest in nutrition, particularly nutrition for kids and runs a variety of workshops in this area. Soraya also believes in nutrition for kids, starting with the parents, even before the child is born. In this episode we touch on what motivated Soraya to be a living example of what she teaches in living a healthy, balanced lifestyle before and after the birth of her son, including nursing her son with her holistic approach to foods and eating well. This podcast is a must for any parent, future parents or, anyone looking to take simple steps to better health and finding their own balance. Soraya drops some knowledge bombs on minor changes making big impacts. http://www.livefruitfully.sg

  • Episode 10 - Inspiring Stories Series - Justin McLean

    Episode 10 - Inspiring Stories Series - Justin McLean

    05/10/2016 Duração: 36min

    To celebrate our tenth episode and to kick off our inspiring stories series we had the privilege of chatting to Justin McLean. Justin’s unique approach to thriving through a serious illness was so powerful in the short film An Open Letter to Cancer that we had to get him on to find out more about the man behind the story and, what he is doing now through his social enterprise Thrivor to make a lasting difference. We were truly inspired when chatting to Justin and are sure that our listeners will be as inspired and motivated as we were. To see why Justin’s story has had the reach it has and inspired so many people around the world, watch his short film through the link below and find out more about the amazing things he is doing with Thrivor. http://www.thrivor.com/

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