The Brian Keane Podcast

Best selling author of 'The Fitness Mindset' Brian Keane answers your questions and interviews leaders in the world of fitness, health, mindset and natural wellness to share tips about all things that can support you on your journey to becoming the best version of yourself.
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Jan 17, 2022

Roz is a blogger and No1 best-selling author. 


She began blogging at in 2013 to document her love of cooking and share her recipes. 


Roz puts out incredible content on her social channels all around food, hiking and wellness in general. 


Today’s podcast is a great conversation with an absolutely wonderful person.


Here are some of the things we talked about: 


  •     Her recovery from disordered eating and an eating disorder and the lessons she learnt about herself on the road to recovery 
  •     What she wished she had known when starting her health, fitness and wellness journey first. 
  •     How therapy helped her with her guilt/shame cycle around food and the importance of self-awareness. 
  •     The importance of protecting your environment and setting up clear boundaries  
  •     Why you need to work on your mind above all else and advice she’d offer herself if she could go back to her earlier years. 
  •     Hiking, being present and how that can become its own mediation for her
  •     And much more. 




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Jan 13, 2022

Here's a short 20 minute podcast that takes a look inside my new book and who it is for. Enjoy. 

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Jan 10, 2022

Johann is a writer and journalist and has written for the New York Times, Le Monde, the Guardian and other newspapers. 


His TED talks have been viewed over 70 million times, and his work has been praised by a broad range of people, from Oprah to Noam Chomsky to Joe Rogan. His previous books, Lost Connections and Chasing the Scream, are international bestsellers. 


This is Johann’s second appearance on the podcast.  In June 2020, we recorded episode 281 titled Johann Hari on Lost Connections and Uncovering The Real Causes of Depression and Anxiety (And The Unexpected Solutions) where we dived deep into his incredible book lost connections. 


That was and still is one of my favourite ever podcast episodes and today we  I’m looking do a deep dive into his new book Stolen Focus Why You Can’t Pay Attention in today’s episode.  


This is a fascinating conversation with a gifted story teller and even nicer person. Enjoy. 


Some of the things we talked about in today’s podcast: 


  •     The reason for writing the new book – Elvis, Graceland and his nephew 
  •     Smoking a splif vs being distracted – how being distracted is twice as detrimental as smoking weed
  •     Why the pre commitment strategy can work for phones addiction (and your favorite junk food)
  •     Flow states and the impact on your mental health 
  •     The connection between attention and anxiety 
  •     The impact of sleep on attention and mood
  •     Why social media makes you angry and how to have a better relationship with it.
  •     And much more. 



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Jan 3, 2022

Toni is a Registered Dietitian with a Master’s Degree in Nutrition. 


She’s been an avid lifestyle blogger for over 10 years, and someone who’s passion lies in helping people live happier and healthier lives.  She’s made it her mission to heal people’s relationship with food, gain self-confidence, and find balance in their eating habits.


She also hosts her own podcast Tips with Toni and is the owner of Diet Tips with Toni Marinucci where she provides virtual nutrition counseling through an online platform. She is also the author of the book Once Upon A Diet. 


This is a killer podcast to kick off the new year. Enjoy. 


Here are some of thing things we talk about in this episode: 


  •     Toni’s story with her own weight struggle and finally being able to heal her relationship with food 
  •     What it takes to really build confidence in your body and in yourself. 
  •     The importance of not tying your weight (or the way you look) to your self worth
  •     Habit stacking and the process for breaking up with bad habits
  •     Just because a diet is “working`’ doesn’t mean it works and how to course correct your eating
  •     Emotional eating, the PAUSE method and not using food to numb out 
  •     And much more. 



Her podcast - Tips With Toni


Her Book

Once Upon A Diet


Why Dieting and Dating Have More In Common Than You Think, and How to Break Up With the Bad Habits To Fix Your Health and Your Heart Paperback – September 10, 2021











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Dec 27, 2021

Dr. Jud is a New York Times best-selling author, neuroscientist, addiction psychiatrist, and thought leader in the field of habit change. 


He is the director of research and innovation at Brown University’s Mindfulness Center, where he also serves as an associate professor at the School of Public Health and the School of Medicine at Brown University. 


He is the executive medical director of behavioural health at and a research affiliate at MIT. 


Dr. Jud has developed and tested novel mindfulness programs for habit change, including treatments for smoking, emotional eating, and anxiety. 


He is the author of The Craving Mind: From Cigarettes to Smartphones to Love, Why We Get Hooked and How We Can Break Bad Habits and Unwinding Anxiety: New Science Shows How to Break the Cycles of Worry and Fear to Heal Your Mind.


  •     Why anxiety has gone viral and is so prominent at the minute 
  •     Habit loops and how they impact emotional eating patterns
  •     Anxiety as a habit loop and how closely related that is to cravings
  •     The power of curiosity vs willpower 
  •     Worry is a behavior; anxiety is a feeling – and why it’s so important not to confuse the two 
  •     Hedonic hunger and managing your cravings
  •     Why your previous anti-anxiety (and Anti-habit) strategies failed


  •     How your brain makes decisions (why we prefer cake to broccoli)
  •     How long it takes to change a habit
  •     And much more 





Dr. Jud Brewer’s website

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Unwinding by Sharecare (app)

Unwinding Anxiety (app)

Eat Right Now (app)

Craving To Quit! (app)


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Dec 26, 2021

I hope you all had great Christmas break, here's a Boxing Day/St Stephen's Day bonus episode with my recent appearance on The FitRich podcast.

In this episode, we talk about how to set yourself up for the new year, not falling for quick fix diets and how to get your mindset right for the new year. 

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Dec 20, 2021

Dre is a mental toughness coach, former professional basketball player, 4 times TEDx speaker and author of 29 books. 


In just 5 years, he went from his high school team’s bench to a 9-year professional basketball career. At the same time, Dre built a content publishing empire.


Blogging since 2005 and publishing videos to YouTube starting in 2006, Dre has published over 7,000 videos with his content being viewed over 73 million times and has over 137,000 subscribers on YouTube.  Dre’s daily Work On Your Game Podcast has over 3 million listeners and he has also given 4 TED Talks. 


“Dre Teaches The Discipline, Confidence, Mental Toughness & Initiative To Your Work & Life That Puts You In The Top 1% Of Performers.”


Here are some of the things we talked about in today’s podcast: 


  •     The link between discipline and building self confidence 
  •     How discipline works in both negative and positive directions
  •     Why you should never fake it until you make it and what you should to do instead
  •     How to avoid being a PIG (professional information gatherer) or mental masturbation
  •     Shiny information syndrome, not getting distracted and getting clear on your end goal 
  •     48 hours positive thoughts challenge







  1. Work On Your Game: Website | Amazon
  2. Buy A Game: Download FREE | Amazon | Audio
  3. The Mental Handbook: Website | Amazon | Audio
  4. The Super You: Website | Amazon | Audio
  5. Dre Philosophy Vol. 0: Website | Amazon
  6. 55 Daily People Skills: Website | Amazon | Audio
  7. 100 Mental Game Best Practices: Website | Amazon | Audio
  8. 25 Reasons To Quit Worrying: Website | Amazon | Audio
  9. 25 Conversation Starters: Website | Amazon | Audio
  10. Ask Yourself A Better Question: Website | Amazon | Audio
  11. The Seller’s Mindset: Website | Amazon | Audio
  12. The Mental Workbook: Website | Amazon | Audible




Dec 13, 2021

Dr. Hsu was the VP of International Programs and Medical Director of the Asian Clinic at Joslin Diabetes Center, a teaching and research affiliate of Harvard Medical School.


After 20 years of a distinguished career as an endocrinologist, Dr. William Hsu joined L-Nutra in 2019 as Chief Medical Officer. 

In this role, Dr. Hsu leads the clinical development effort at L-Nutra, oversees the Medical Affairs Department, and advances the education and adoption of fasting and Fasting Mimicking Diet as an innovative tool to extend human health span.


This podcast topic is a big interest for me personally as I’ve been looking into the research on intermittent fasting (and caloric restriction in general) for longevity and health; but we also talk alot about body composition and fat loss here too, so if intermittent or fasting in general is of interest to you, you’ll really enjoy this episode.


Here are some of the things we talked about: 

·      How fasting is a ‘good’ stressor that helps the cells in our body

·      The difference between fasting and starvation 

·      Fat loss and fasting – metabolic and hormonal benefits 

·      If coffee or supplements okay to have during a fasting period

·      How to make yourself a fat burning machine

·      Autophagy for health span

·      Diets and foods in the blue zones 

·      How to use a fasting mimicking diet if you struggle with traditional fasting





Dec 10, 2021

This is my recent appearance on The Fitter Healthier Dad podcast.

For those who are familiar with my backstory - primary school teacher to the fitness industry, asking the question what would you do for free etc - you can skip the first 10 minutes. 

In this episode, we've touched on a wide range of topics from following your curiosity, disconnecting from ego and nutrition fundamentals. I really enjoyed this episode and thanks again to Darren for having me on.  

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Dec 6, 2021

Brenda is a radio producer, journalist and general fitness lover. 


She gave up smoking a year and half ago and recently completed her first ever marathon. 


In today’s podcast we unpack how to stay motivated when it comes to training for any physical goal like a marathon and the mindset or tools needed to give up smoking (or kick any bad habit) for good. 


Here are some of things we talked about in today’s episode: 

  • 2019 when she were a 30 a day smoker and couldn’t run 2km to now. 
  • What she did to finally give up smoking after more than 10 years! 
  • How she got over her fear of the gym and working out 
  • Her couch to 5km to a full marathon story
  • Why running isn’t just about fitness, it’s about finding yourself and building confidence 
  • How the law of attraction and the power of positive thinking changed her mindset 
  • How anybody can get motivated if the write down their goal and surround themselves with the right people 
  • Why you need to stop insulting yourself and build inner confidence 


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Dec 2, 2021

I’m delighted to announce my new book The Keane Edge: Mastering the Mindset for Real, Lasting Fat Loss is available for pre order now.

I’m doing some killer preorder bonuses with Bookstation and Easons too, so be sure to check to order from there if you want a chance to win those.

A huge thank you to my publisher Gill books for all their hard work over the past 8 months

The book will be released on January 6th 2022.

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Nov 29, 2021

Michael Anthony (Unbroken) is a best-selling author, speaker and coach who helps trauma survivors get out of the vortex to become the hero of their own story. 


Michael is an advocate for adult survivors of child abuse and has been called the “Tony Robbins of Trauma” and spends his time helping other survivors get out of The Vortex to become the hero of their own story and take their live back.


Michael hosts both The Michael Unbroken and Think Unbroken Podcasts and blogs weekly at


This podcast needs to come with a warning. 


Michael had a horrific childhood and there will be content in here that is difficult to listen to. I also share some of my darker life moments in this episode (things I’ve never previously discussed online) so this was a difficult episode to press publish on personally. However, these podcasts tend to be the ones that have life changing impact for those that need it, so I’ve felt the fear and pressed publish anyways (raw and unedited). 


I hope it helps those who need it most. 


Here are some of the things we talked about: 


·     Michael’s horrific childhood and how to heal yourself from trauma 

·      Removing your need for external validation. 

·      What to do if you have toxic parents (or loved ones)

·      How to release trauma from your body 

·      How trauma is stored in the body 

·      Understanding the nervous system response after trauma

·      And much more 





            Think Unbroken



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Nov 22, 2021

Amanda is a registered dietitian and fitness enthusiast with a passion and purpose to empower others who want to get back on track and take control of their health. 


Over the past 18 years, Amanda has gained knowledge and experience that has helped her guide more than 34,000 people in their weight loss and wellness journeys. 


With her custom LEAN Program, range of coaching services, and multiple shop offerings, she has cultivated a brand that focuses on giving you the leading tools and resources to help you reach the best version of you. Her goal is to provide the most current, cutting edge nutritional techniques that not only provide results but are also sustainable for life.


This was a super enjoyable conversation with somebody who has a very similar approach to the nutrition as I do so I hope you get loads of golden nuggest from it. 


Here are some of the things we talked about in today’s episode. 


  • Breaking the all or nothing mindset
  • How small daily changes equal big long term results
  • Macros matter. Why macros matter over calories
  • The power of carbohydrate cycling
  • The role of exercise in weight loss
  • Underrated fat loss tools
  • The might as well thinking and resetting
  • 80:20 eating and working through your guilt around food
  • And much more 




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Nov 19, 2021

This is my recent appearance on The Sean Casey Fitness podcast.

In this episode, we've touched on a wide range of topics from starting my own business in 2012 and romantic relationships to mindset and nutrition myths. I really enjoyed this episode and thanks again to Sean for having me on.  

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Nov 17, 2021

On top of saying a big thank you to this months podcast sponsor LetsGetChecked - I've also linked a 30% OFF all orders code at the bottom of the email. 

LetsGetChecked have been doing my blood work for years and I highly recommend them if you are looking for a discreet way to check your bloods and/or want to track the data (if you geek out on stuff like that like I do)

Here are some of the things you can privately check with their home testing:

  • Testosterone or estrogen levels (to make sure sex drive is healthy and firing as it should be)
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  • Cortisol (to check if stress is chronically elevated- something that holds a lot of people back on their weight loss goals in particular)
  • Vitamin D (I check this religiously every winter and supplement back the difference)
  • B12 Ievels (especially important if following a plant based or vegan diet) 
  • Sexual health (thankfully, not my area any more.. but where was this discreet service when I was in college? lol)
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Although getting your blood work is such an incredible tool and I couldn’t recommend it more to understand what’s going on with your body, it can be costly, so hopefully the code helps.


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Nov 15, 2021

Dean is an Athlete and a legend in the sport of ultrarunning.


He is also a two-time New York Times bestselling author and the author or the great new book A Runner’s High.


Dean was named by TIME magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world for pushing his body and mind to inconceivable limits. Among his many accomplishments, he has run 50 marathons, in all 50 US states, in 50 consecutive days. He’s run across Death Valley in the middle of summer, and he’s run a marathon to the South Pole.


His list of competitive achievements includes winning the World’s Toughest Footrace, the Badwater Ultramarathon, and winning the 4 Deserts Challenge, racing in the hottest, driest, windiest and coldest places on earth.


This is our round 2 of the podcast, Dean also appeared on episode 182: Getting Comfortable Being Unconformable in 2018. In today’s show we talk all things ultra-running and mindset for this long overdue episode. 


Here are some of the things we talked about: 


  •     Developing the mindset of embracing the suck and silencing the voice that tells you to quit
  •     Why you are the sum totals of all your habits and how to create new ones
  •     Why endurance never sleeps and running an ultra is simple, all you have to do is not stop 

The importance of mindset growing pains – until you go over the edge, you don’t know how far the edge is  

  •     Why the struggle aftermath is important– “that is is most difficult to endure is the most satisfying to reminisce”
  •     Using forward projection to avoid quitting when things get really hard
  •     The game changing advice Dean offered me when I first got into ultra-running 
  •     And much more 


















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Nov 8, 2021


Nick Velasquez is a Colombian-Canadian best-selling author known for his book, Learn, Improve, Master: How to Develop Any Skill and Excel at It.


He is the founder of, a website dedicated to teaching people principles and strategies on learning, creativity, skills development, and mastery.


His writing has been featured in outlets such as TIME, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Thrive Global. Nick speaks multiple languages and spends his time between Tokyo and Montréal.


I really enjoyed this conversation and is definitely for anyone interested in how to learn things quicker and what books you should consider reading to potentially improve your quality of life. 


Here are some of the things we talked about in today’s podcast. 


  • Deliberate practice vs repetition and why they are not the same thing 
  • The myth of  ‘you either have it or you don’t’ – genetics and weight loss or building muscle 
  • Misconceptions around memory and tying emotion to your learning – the perfect deadlift example 
  • Our favorite authors and books we both recommend and love
  • The myth of motivation and how thinking about it the wrong way hurts your progress  
  • And much more 


His favourite videos


  1. Usain Bolt Track & Training
  2. Takumi – a 60,000-hour story on the survival of the human craft




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Nov 1, 2021

Diren is a London based personal trainer, online fitness coach and the Head Coach at Project X Training, The UK's leading accountability program. 


He specializes in helping people lose weight and get in great shape by focusing on his NEATUP247 approach which we dive into in this podcast.  He is also the host of The Diren Kartal Show.


Diren has a great message that cuts through a lot of the bullsh*t you see online and he pulls no punches in this podcast either. 


Here are some of the things we talked about today: 

  • Why simplifying  fitness and nutrition IS what you need to focus on! 
  • Overcoming insecurities 
  • Dealing with comparison syndrome and where you SHOULD be focusing your attention 
  • Diren’s most underrated fat loss tools 
  • How to choose your problems and how to handle the ones you didn’t choose
  • Why the gym is great but you don’t NEED it for sustainable fat loss
  • How calories are king, but they’re not everything for weight loss! 
  • Influencer body positivity bullshit and why it can be destructive to your body confidence! 










Youtube channel


Podcast -The Diren Kartal Show

Oct 25, 2021

Dr. Kozlowski is an entrepreneurial Functional Medicine doctor who trained at the centers of Drs. Mark Hyman, Deepak Chopra, and Susan Blum.


He began applying Functional Medicine principles while working with under-served populations in Chicago during his family medicine residency. 


Dr. Kozlowski uses a broad array of tools to find the source of the body's dysfunction. He takes the time to listen to his patients and plots their history on a timeline, considering what makes them unique and co-creating with them an individualized care plan. 

His recently published book Unfunc Your Gut encapsulates his collaborative, patient-first healthcare approach—in true research-based, conversational style, it offers a blend of medical insight and the experiential wisdom of his own healing journey through addiction recovery.

Here are some of the things we talked about in today’s podcast: 


  • What exactly is ‘functional medicine’
  • The most important lifestyle and diet changes you can make to heal your gut once and for all
  • How to do an food elimination diet correctly – the 21 day protocols and tracking journal
  • Food sensitives and why they are so common 
  • Leaky gut causes and how to fix it
  • How a mental, emotional, and spiritual connection to the food you eat influences your health
  • And much more 




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Oct 18, 2021

Luke is a British Olympic gold medalist, commonwealth champion and former professional boxer. 


As an amateur, he won gold at the 2008 European Championships, silver at the 2011 World Championships, and gold at the 2012 Olympic games in London, all in the bantamweight division.


He also challenged twice for lightweight world titles. In July of this year, he retired from professional boxing — nine years after winning Olympic gold at the London Games. 


Today’s podcast is a fascinating deep dive into what it takes to develop that champion mindset. Luke is so incredibly down to earth and humble and there is so much to be taken from this podcast even if you’re not fan of boxing or sport in general. 


Here are some of the things we talked about in today’s podcast: 


  •     Finding your passion in life (whatever that is) 
  •     Advice to his younger self and what you need to do to stay on the right path
  •     What he would have done if he hadn’t been a professional boxer 
  •     Winning the Olympic gold medal at London 2012
  •     The mindset shift from amateur to pro 
  •     His relationships with social media as a professional boxer 
  •     The power of enjoying the moment 
  •     His toughest fight (physically, mentally and emotionally) 
  •     The importance of your inner circle and surrounding yourself with the right people.





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Oct 11, 2021

Today’s guests are the authors of the new book The 77 Laws Of Six Pack Abs,, Stephen Campolo and Peter Tzemis.


Stephen lost 100lbs himself and specialises in coaching people to lose between 20 and 70 lbs in a 3-6 month time period and has over 1,200 transformations.


Peter is a best-selling author, storyteller and copy writer. He also runs the popular marketing blog


Their new book is for anyone who's trained themselves into the ground but still can’t get a six pack, toned and flat abs or the body composition that they want.  


This podcast is jam packed full of golden nuggets for anyone on a weight loss, fat loss or body composition journey. We cover the three main elements here too: mindset, nutrition and training.


Here are some of the things we talked about in today’s episode:



  •     The mindset element of weight loss - taking responsibility and creating your new self-image 
  •     How to manage the weekend if you’re really good with your nutrition Monday-Friday, but fall off track on Saturday and Sunday 
  •     Understanding the fat loss nutrition princeps of calories and protein intake 
  •     Using tools like restricted feeding windows, refeeds or flexible dieting to stay on track with your diet 
  •     The importance of training for fat loss and how you can design your own plan with compound lifts and progressive overload 
  •     And much more. 





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Oct 4, 2021

Nathalie Lennon is a qualified nutritional coach and personal trainer.


We did round 1 of this podcast all the way back in October 2018. Episode 187: Former Bikini Competitor Nathalie Lennon on Obsession vs Passion!”


In today’s episode we focus more on food relationships, disordered eating and alternative methods to losing weight and reducing fat with an intuitive awareness around food. 


This full podcast is also available in video on the YouTube channel Brian Keane Fitness. 


Here are some the things we talked about: 


  • Who calorie tracking is for and who it’s NOT for 
  • How to ‘wean’ yourself off the addiction of tracking the food you eat
  • Improving food relationships by taking a more intuitive approach to your nutrition
  • Eating disorder types and Nathalie’s personal battle
  • Getting her period back after four years and the changes she had to make to heal her body
  • When too much exercise becomes a problem (the obsession problem) 
  • Letting go of guilt around missing workouts, not training as hard and not tracking your food
  • And much more: 





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Sep 27, 2021

Professor Jennifer Etnier is a former athlete, a sports psychologist and a former coach whose research focuses on the cognitive benefits of physical activity. 


She is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and the National Academy of Kinesiology and has received the School of Health and Human Sciences Senior Research Excellence Award and Health and Human Performance Teaching Award amongst others. 


She was formerly the President of the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity and Editor of the Journal of Aging and Physical Activity. 


She is also the author of Bring Your A game, a book that teaches mental skills to athletes who want to develop their mental toughness. Her new book Coaching For The Love Of The Game explores how to be the best coach you can be with countless mindset tools and technique. 


This was an very enjoyable conversation around topics that I’m personally very interested in. I also haven’t previously covered on them on the podcast so I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed recording it. 


Here are some of the things we talked about in today’s episode.    


  • Building mental toughness and what the research says 
  • Goal setting and the importance of the correct tracking metric
  • Sleep deprivation and its impact on your day to day or physical performance 
  • The thing that distinguishes top athletes –process vs outcome focused mindsets
  • Exercise and its ability to improve memory retention  
  • The research behind mental health benefits of exercise
  • How to effectively coach kids, yourself of others by using the current sports psychology  







Effects of an aerobic fitness test on short- and long-term memory in elementary-aged children

Exercise, cognitive function, and the brain: Advancing our understanding of complex relationships

An External Focus of Attention is Effective for Balance Control when Sleep-deprived.

Motivating Mature Adults to be Physically Active.



The Physical Activity and Alzheimer's Disease (PAAD) Study: Cognitive outcomes.

UNCG professor explores links between exercise and Alzheimer’s disease

UNCG Landing page for Physical Activity and Alzheimer’s Disease 2





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Sep 20, 2021

Amanda is PN1 certified nutrition coach, weight loss specialist and award-winning radio personality and podcaster.


In January 2012, she made a New Year’s resolution to stop dieting and to start making the best decision in every moment. She resolved to just do the best she could, to stop forcing herself to eat vegetables she hated, and to stop paying for gym memberships she’d never use. Slow steps, small goals, and a lot of determination helped her to lose over 100 pounds and keep it off.


She is living proof that dedication, passion, and strength can be ignited in anyone. Her positive messages of health and wellness are regularly promoted on the radio, on her podcast, and throughout social media, where audiences are always eager to hear more about her weekly meal prep process, daily fitness workouts, and her fun-loving outlook on life. 


Amanda is not only lively and personable, she shows others how it is possible to change their lives, break old habits, and even have fun while doing it. 


I was on Amanda’s show a few weeks ago and absolutely loved her energy (and story) so I’m delighted she could join me for this podcast.


This is a must listen for anyone on a weight loss journey or for those who feel too confused and/or overwhelmed by the amount of conflicting weight loss advice out there. 


Here are some of the things we talked about in today’s episode. 


  •     How she lost 100lbs by walking more and just making a few dietary changes
  •     How that transitioned from walking to finding a new love for strength training and running
  •     How to beat the feeling of overwhelm when you have so much weight to lose
  •     How she used to binge eat to the point of pain and how she overcame it
  •     The sad reality of losing friendships a weight loss journey 
  •     And much more. 




Her book


Bite This! Cookbook Vol. 1





Her podcast - Pound This

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