In this episode Evie chats with her friends about adventures, the truth about parenting, and childhood.
The ladies discuss the truth on important topics like being a people pleaser, caring what other people think, letting your guard down, and that things aren’t perfect. They then shift gears into parenting, and how it is actually really hard.They talk about their thoughts on mindfulness- the good and the bad.
Evie explains why motivation is complete bullsh*t because motivation is all about listening to things and seeing things when what it really takes for you to have success is taking action. Sitting around and looking and listening to motivational things doesn’t get it done. That’s why momentum is so powerful.
In this episode, my dear friend Dawn Veltri shares her journey with her son who was diagnosed with cancer as a toddler. Dawn and I openly discuss the emotions around what it is like to face your child’s mortality and the beautiful gifts adversity can bring to us, if we are willing to embrace all of the pain.
Most people don’t have any idea why they’re doing the exercises or fitness program they’re doing. Chances are they’ve seen it in a magazine, online or join in just because their friends are doing it. In this episode I break down what functional fitness means and why it is important for your long-term health to make sure your fitness program aligns with your function.
In this episode, I lay out seven principles for creating optimal health.
The most valuable lesson COVID-19 gave us is that our health is really important and we need to start taking it more serious.
I lay out these principles in less than 7 minutes!
In this episode I talk about how and what to feed your kids in order to provide them the gift of health and optimal wellness.
It’s not as difficult as you think, I promise.
If you’re a parent or have grandkids you need to listen to this episode!
Counting your macros is all the rage but who is it appropriate for and who will it do more harm? In the episode I break down the benefits of counting macros, siting years of personal experience and working with hundreds of clients.
I also discuss the downside of being this strict with your diet and the long term health, hormone and mental side effects of macro counting.
Evie shares a very timely story that became her families eye-opener, an event of their lives that made them bring things back into perspective and realize that our problems are not as big as we think they are.
Evie talks about what it means to have a practice of becoming a more wholehearted, fulfilled individual.
She discussed one instance where her therapist told her, “There is a big difference between saying Yes I am grateful, acting grateful for things vs. having a practice of living in gratitude”. Saying you’re grateful is like putting a windbreaker in a snowstorm. Just saying you’re grateful doesn’t sustain you in the hard times. One must have a daily practice to truly live in gratitude.
In this episode, I clear up the misconceptions around how your metabolism works and how you can increase it. I provide an easy to understand explanation of why most women struggle to lose weight over 40 and what to do about it.
I also help you decide whether high-fat, low carb or high-carb, low-fat makes more sense. Men who are sedentary, men who are highly active, women who are highly active and women who are sedentary all need to listen to this episode!
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