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Jun 16, 2023
 
 
This Episode first aired on 25th January 2021.  
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Chris is the host of the Modern Wisdom podcast, owns an events company in the UK and is a life coach who specialises in helping people to get more out of life. 
His platforms talk about how to live a good life, finding your purpose, maximising human 
performance, productivity, fitness and psychology. 
His passion lies in learning about himself and the world around him. Today’s episode was a very 
enjoyable conversation that focuses heavy on the mindset side of things. 
Key Points 
Finding your purpose, quite obviously, is not an overnight process. Many find it elusive and 
don’t even know where to start. Chris gives us the very first step in uncovering your purpose, 
and that’s by asking yourself: “Do I look forward to getting out of bed every morning?” If not, 
you’re probably heading in the wrong direction. Seek out other voices, whether in 
podcast/video form (i.e. Jordan Peterson) or face-to-face support. Once you can easily answer 
the question, “What do I want to want?” (writing down your ideal life is an excellent practice), 
you’re on your way. 
When it comes to choosing your circle of friends, given the choice between honesty and 
acceptability, you need to choose honesty. As social creatures, we naturally desire to be 
accepted in our group, even if we have to put on a persona—or at least restrict what we say or 
who we are—just to maintain our place in the circle. As quickly as possible, find a way to cut out 
those “friends” that make your life actively worse and find new ones with whom you can truly 
be yourself so that you get empowered to become the person you really desire to be. 
Don’t focus solely on the goals you want to achieve because most people will burn out or lose 
interest along the way, especially if it’s a long-term goal. Instead, set a goal and define it well, 
then immediately put your energy into the day-to-day, week-to-week process that will get you 
to that goal. “Your outcomes in life,” says Chris, “are a lagging measure of your daily habits.” 
This applies to every aspect of life, from fitness to finances to education. Detach your sense of 
being from the achievement of the goal and find fulfilment in the journey. 
 
Jun 12, 2023

Adrian is a highly established Online Transformation Coach.

I’m currently working with Adrian in my business mentorship program; so if you’re struggling with that ‘skinny fat’ look - check out his online coaching below.

Previously a primary school teacher for over four years, Adrian decided to follow his passion and pursue a career in fitness when he started seeing first-hand the results he could achieve with himself before helping his clients do the same.

Training has turned Adrian’s life around from the inside out and this passion inspired him to help others transform their bodies, improve their performance and feel more confident about themselves through the McLifestyle Coaching Method.

He specializes in helping clients lose belly fat, stubborn body fat and transforming anyone that is skinny fat. 

 

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

 

  • Working out vs training and how there is a BIG difference
  • How to eat and train if you are skinny fat
  • What you need to know about stubborn body fat
  • Book recommendations 
  • Your in-built self-sabotage thermometer 
  • And much more. 

 

(Links)

(WEBSITE)

About - McLifestyle Fitness | Online Fitness Coach | Personal Trainer | Nutrition Coaching | Tuam, Co.Galway

(FACEBOOK)

McLifestyle Fitness | Facebook

(YOUTUBE)

(1)   McLifestyle Fitness - YouTube

(INSTAGRAM)

Adrian McDonnell - Online Fitness Coach & PT (@mclifestylefitness) • Instagram photos and videos

 

Jun 5, 2023

Kris is an athlete known for being an expedition leader, ultra-runner, and storyteller. 

He is associated with organizations such as Beyond the Ultimate and the Spine Race. 

Beyond the Ultimate is a company that organizes extreme ultra-marathons in various locations around the world. Locations that include the Amazon jungle, the arctic (the 230km race I completed in 2019), the desert and their new race in the mountain in Kyrgyzstan (which I’ll be doing in July of this year) 

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

 

  • The growth of adventure races vs standard marathons and ultra-marathons 
  • The conception of BTU and designing races in some of the worlds coolest places 
  • The biggest mistakes people make on multi day stage races
  • Dealing with pre-race anxiety 
  • The skills ultras teach you about managing life
  • How much of ultras, stage races and adventure races are physical vs mental 
  • And much more 

 

 

Discount code:KEANE300 for podcast listeners. 

£300 off any BTU Global Race Series entry. 

Did you enjoy this episode? Then definitely check out these two episodes next. 

https://briankeanefitness.com/podcast/213-running-230km-through-the-arctic-circle/

https://briankeanefitness.com/podcast/229-10-life-lessons-i-learnt-running-through-the-sahara-and-the-arctic/

 

(Instagram)

Kris King (@kris_kingy) • Instagram photos and videos

(Facebook)

Beyond the Ultimate Race Series | Facebook

(Website)

Home - Beyond the Ultimate

(Youtube)

(2) Beyond The Ultimate - YouTube

(Twitter)

Beyond the Ultimate (@UltimateUpdates) / Twitter

(Linkedin)

Kris King - Owner & Expedition leader - Beyond The Ultimate Ltd | LinkedIn

Jun 2, 2023

This has been coming into my space a lot recently, and its outside the scope of this podcast; so instead I have a created a short cheat sheet (a free guide) for anyone who is working as a teacher but wants to pursue their passion into fitness. 

It's just some lessons I learnt along the way that should be helpful.

There is no course or program or anything off the back of this, I just wanted to create a short resource that might help. 

Feel free to pass it onto any family members or friends who might find it useful. 

Click Here to download The Teacher To Trainer Cheat Sheet 

May 29, 2023

Brad competed for nine years on the professional triathlon circuit, where he won 31 global events, was a two-time US national champion, and reached a #3 world ranking. 

He continues to pursue competitive goals as a professional Speedgolfer and elite masters track & field high jumper. 

Brad promotes the importance of pursuing peak performance with passion throughout life, but releasing the attachment of self-esteem to the outcome —a philosophy conveyed by the title of his podcast, B.rad! 

He is known for his carefree communication style, lively sense of humour, and the ability to distil advanced diet and athletic training insights into simple, actionable principles to help the busy health enthusiast get healthy, happy, and fit for life.

Brad has written 20 books on diet, health, peak performance and ancestral living, and is a popular speaker, retreat host, and video course instructor. In 2017, The Keto Reset Diet, co-authored with Mark Sisson, became a New York Times bestseller, and #1 ranked overall bestselling book on Amazon.com for two days.  

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

 

  • The process of improvement for building confidence and why this is much better than external validation from others. 
  • Building a mindset that blocks you from the outside world
  • Triggering the stress response in a positive way  
  • Fasting, keto and when or how to use it for performance 
  • The problem with processed foods and why you should minimize or avoid them. 
  • Cold exposure and why you should try it. 
  • And much more. 

(Website)

Brad Kearns Podcast | Peak Performance | Elite Masters Athlete

(Facebook)

Brad Kearns | Facebook

(Instagram)

Brad Kearns (@bradkearns1) • Instagram photos and videos

(TikTok)

Brad Kearns (@bradkearns) | TikTok

(Twitter)

Brad Kearns (@bradleykearns) / Twitter

linktr.ee/bradkearns1

(Youtube)

Brad Kearns - YouTube

(Blog)

Blog - Brad Kearns

(Podcast)

Brad Kearns Podcast - Brad Kearns

(Books)

Keto Reset Diet | 21-day Primal Reset | Carnivore Diet Books (bradkearns.com)

 

May 26, 2023
 
This episode first aired 28 December 2020  
14 Days Of Fat Loss Free Guide  
https://briankeanefitness.com/quick-links/ 
 
 
 
 
 
Today’s episode is a press-record-and-talk-solo mindset podcast. 
2020 has been a crazy year, but there are always nuggets of gold to be found even in the 
unlikeliest of places. Today’s podcast is a reflection on some of the biggest moments that 
changed my life (for the better) and how to keep your eyes open for the opportunities that are 
bound to present themselves as this year draws to a close. 
Brain tattoo for 2021 
“When you stop chasing the wrong things, you give the right things an opportunity to catch up.” 
Here are six moments that changed my life forever 
 My first day of teaching and realising my ladder was against the wrong wall  The first fitness model show and the confidence it gave me—I finally set a goal and didn’t let fear stop me from doing it. 
 Who will cry when you die—the boat experience from the Breakthrough retreat 
 My daughter being born—my priority shift and getting clearer on what is really 
important to me 
 The Sahara and the questioning of my own self-limiting beliefs 
The Arctic and my association with pain: How to become the oak tree in the storm and the strongest person at your parents or loved ones' funeral 
Key Points 
Get clear on the goal you’re shooting for and keep making sure along the way that it’s 
truly the goal you want. Unfortunately, even the keenest of us only realize much later on 
that the relationship we’re in is toxic, or that the career ladder we’re on is leaning 
against the wrong wall. From fear disguised as practicality to worrying about what others 
think about us, there are a myriad of reasons why we fail to see that we’re walking down 
the wrong path. The first step is to detach yourself emotionally from the situation you’re 
in, then shuttle that emotional energy into the alternative that is more in line with what 
you desire. Then, it’s all about taking small action steps to get there. It takes a ton of 
discipline and patience, but  you’ll find a way if it's your goal. 
When feeling fearful about anything, anchor a time in the past where you also felt fear 
 
 
 
 
yet did whatever you were supposed to do anyway (even better if it was a similar type of fear to the one you’re feeling now). Set small goals for yourself that you can visualize as adding legs to a table. Just like working out, this “progressive overload” approach builds up your pain tolerance for the activity you’re doing. To use the old cliché, if you’re frozen in fear at the prospect of eating that giant elephant, go for one small bite at a time. 
You’ll be shocked down the road at how much you’ve already conquered. 
Success is rarely a consistent upward slope. If you find yourself falling backwards after making some progress, don’t despair. We all go through it. Simply take the rut you found 
yourself in as an opportunity to troubleshoot what has been exposed as a weakness. 
This is the key: to realize that, as human beings, we need constant moments of recalibration as we grow. As long as you catch yourself falling behind and course correct going forward,
you’re on the right track. 
 
Be an oak tree in the storm and just move forward with clarity and purpose. 
May 22, 2023

Marcus is an extreme athlete and coach, entrepreneur and motivational speaker. 

 

As a show fan favourite, lolong-termisteners will be familiar with him from episodes 141 Find Your Everest and Showing No Weakness with Marcus Smith, Episode 207 Marcus Smith - The Intensive Care Unit To Running 30 Marathons In 30 Consecutive Days (which is still one of my all-time personal favourites) and most recently episode 253 on Making Yourself Mentally Tougher and Building The Ultra-mindset.

 

He is also the founder of Inner Fight in Dubai and the host of the great podcast by the same name. 

 

EXPLICIT WARNING: This episode has more swearing than usual.  

 

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

 

  • Getting personal growth through getting out of your comfort zone and seeking out adventure 
  • Races vs your own challenges (for any endurance enthusiasts) 
  • Using ultras, endurance and difficult challenges as a vehicle for self-discovery
  • Getting to the root of real pain point so you can stay motivated towards your goals
  • Why Marcus thinks people need to seek out challenges
  • Dealing with pain management and how the body keeps the score 
  • The RAKMAN and how Covid planting the extreme ironman seed
  • The role gratitude plays in endurance challenges 
  • And much more. 

 

 

Previous podcast appearances: 

#253: Marcus Smith On Making Yourself Mentally Tougher And Building The ‘Ultra’ Mindset!   - Brian Keane Fitness

 

Marcus Smith Podcast 141: https://briankeanefitness.com/podcast/141-finding-your-mount-everest-and-showing-no-weakness-with-marcus-smith/

 

Marcus Smith Podcast 207 https://briankeanefitness.com/podcast/206-marcus-smith-the-intensive-care-unit-to-running-30-marathons-in-30-consecutive-days-in-less-than-8-months/

 

Marcus Smith Podcast 141: https://briankeanefitness.com/podcast/141-finding-

your-mount-everest-and-showing-no-weakness-with-marcus-smith/

 

Marcus Smith Podcast 207 https://briankeanefitness.com/podcast/206-marcus-

smith-the-intensive-care-unit-to-running-30-marathons-in-30-consecutive-days-

in-less-than-8-months/

(Website)

http://www.mjdsmith.com/

(Instagram)

Marcus’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mjd_smith/?hl=en

(Linktree)

Marcus’s Linktree: https://linktr.ee/mjd_smith

 

(Documentary)

Fight For Every Breath - Marcus Smith (mjdsmith.com)

 

RAKMAN

https://youtu.be/HZR-_vBk6fw

http://www.mjdsmith.com/rakman/

 

May 19, 2023
 
 
This episode first aired 21 December 2020  
14 Days Of Fat Loss Free Guide  
https://briankeanefitness.com/quick-links/ 
 
Today’s solo podcast is a training deep dive. 
It goes through everything you need to know when it comes to training, cardio and creating your own workout program. 
 
If you struggle with the training side of weight or fat loss and body composition, then this episode is not to be missed. 
This is a companion piece to podcast 291 Nutrition Deep Dive. Together they will give you everything you need to create your own diet and training program based on your goals. 
 
Episode Outline 
 
Getting clear on the goal and different training styles that complement them 
Training for body composition–what I do in BKF online program: hypertrophy, Circuits, 
HIIT or finishers 
 Push, pull, legs vs full body vs upper lower training splits. The pros and cons of each 
 NEAT and why you don’t need exercise to lose weight 
 HIIT or LISS cardio pros and cons 
 The benefits of a gym and getting over gym anxiety (what to do, what I advise and what 
I do in programs) 
 Experimenting with various training styles to see what you enjoy the most 
 How to design your own training programs–exercise choice, reps, sets, rest, tempo 
 Following an influencer program vs creating your own vs working with a coach 
Key Points 
When it comes to your training, very similar to nutrition, you can’t hit a target you can’t 
see; so get clear on the goal from the front-end, and then you can apply the different 
training styles on the back-end. In a way, making sure you hit a particular fitness goal 
requires you to work backwards to make the process easier to swallow. You’re essentially 
building a structure from the ground-up, the foundation of that structure being your 
end-goal. The amount and type of cardio, weight training, and other routines you need 
to incorporate depend upon having the correct foundation and knowing how to build 
upon it. 
There is no “best” training or nutrition program out there. The right workout and diet 
plan for you depend entirely on your preferences, lifestyle, and specific goals. It begins 
with getting clear on the nutritional plan that is sustainable for you. From there, you 
create a training regimen around it that accomplishes the fitness goal you’re after while 
being conducive to the type of exercises that your body responds best to, your schedule, 
and other lifestyle considerations. 
Perhaps just as important as finding the right style of training that works for you, is 
sticking with training that you enjoy. Sometimes it comes at the expense of certain goals. 
For example, Brian loves weight training even if it’s counterproductive to performing at 
his best as an endurance athlete. But he enjoys it, so he’s willing to sacrifice his goal of being the best runner.
There is no right or wrong choice.
 
The only question is: 
Which goal do you want bad enough? 
May 15, 2023

Shona is a personal trainer and yoga teacher with over 420k followers on Instagram and one of the most popular yoga channels in the UK on YouTube. 

Shona's method, developed during her decade of teaching, combines weighted resistance training and cardio with her life-long passions - yoga and meditation – placing just as much importance on rest and recovery as hours in the gym in the pursuit of fitness.

We got through so much in this episode and it's definitely one I will be going back over; 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 show: 

 

  • What got her into health and fitness whilst growing up in Australia
  • How she moved from a 1:1 training into social media and the UK culture and weather shock
  • Why your body is a temple, not a gym and the importance of using fitness to enhance your experience of life, not dominate it. 
  • How over-identifying with your body can lead you down a path of unhappiness that will catch up with you when you’re injured, aged, or ill.
  • The reason fitness should never come at the cost of health. 
  • How fitness is a celebration of what your body can do and an opportunity to push it into adaptation, another amazing feature of this human life. It’s not about repenting for perceived dietary or lifestyle sins.
  • Using science to guide but not override what you’re feeling.
  • Let the magic ten guide your next steps. 
  • And much more.. 

 

(LINKS)

https://shonavertue.com

 

(YOUTUBE)

Shona Vertue - YouTube

(TWITTER)

Shona Vertue (@ShonaVertue) / Twitter

(INSTAGRAM)

Shona Vertue (@shona_vertue) | Instagram

(FACEBOOK)

Shona Vertue | Facebook

(BOOK)

The Vertue Method: A stronger, fitter, healthier you – in 28 days: Vertue, Shona: 9781473653344: Amazon.com: Books

May 12, 2023
 
 
 
 
This episode first aired 30 November 2020  
14 Days Of Fat Loss Free Guide  
https://briankeanefitness.com/quick-links/ 
 
In this episode, Brian speaks with Mabel Katz, a speaker, author, and seminar leader who is internationally acclaimed and recognized as the main authority on Ho’oponopono, an ancient 
Hawaiian art to obtain greater clarity in order to better achieve objectives to live and work effectively. 
 
Mabel is the world’s number one Hispanic speaker, with over 200,000 subscribers on YouTube, more than 783,000 followers on Facebook, and more than 122,000 followers on Instagram. 
Her ability to radically change people’s lives through her system of getting them back to Zero Frequency has garnered this global adulation. 
Zero Frequency is the state of erasing all of the self-sabotaging beliefs, memories, negative thoughts, worries and dissonant emotions that interfere with living from the state of complete presence, total inspiration and peace. 
Mabel has brought her formula to the world in her new book Zero Frequency®, The Easiest Way 
to Peace, Happiness and Abundance which we dive into during today’s podcast. 
Listen is as Mabel discusses how to overcome fear and do it anyway, the link between 
expectations and unhappiness, why accepting yourself is the key to disconnecting with the 
opinions of others, why you need to forgive others if you want to find true peace, why thinking 
is an addiction and the power of being present, and getting yourself back to the baseline of zero 
frequency. 
Episode outline 
 Mabel’s background and what brought her down her current path 
What is “zero frequency”? 
Why we all have that voice in our heads that tells us we’re not good enough 
 Fighting past fear to do it anyway 
 Bringing our subconscious programming to the forefront 
 
 
 
 
 
 Letting go of expectations 
 Changing the trajectory of your life today by accepting yourself and listening to your 
heart 
 The most common way people self-sabotage 
 Why we struggle to forgive 
 Freeing ourselves from the comparison trap 
 Practicing abundance 
Key points 
The idea behind zero frequency is to avoid reacting to whatever challenges life throws at 
you. You will always have problems. That is what life is all about. We are here to learn 
and become better people. The problem is not the problem itself, but your reaction to 
the problem. As human beings, it is okay to be bothered, but by going right back to the 
baseline of zero frequency right away, we can nip negativity in the bud. With zero 
frequency, we can examine any event objectively through a neutral lens that allows us to 
shed any semblance of victim mentality and proceed in a proactive manner. 
Zero frequency is about living a more conscious life and understanding what is in the 
moment, right now. Whenever you experience fear, realize that these emotions are 
being triggered by past events that may or may not have anything to do with what is 
happening right now. However you decide to act, the very first thing to do is to not allow 
your subconscious to dictate your next step for you, and take back control. 
The only place you can find true freedom, happiness, and peace is within yourself. Do 
not depend on anything or anybody else to be happy. By being at peace with yourself, 
you become a magnet for those opportunities that are perfect for you. We have the 
power within ourselves to manifest whatever is truly important to us, so we do ourselves 
a disservice to look for that power in other things or other people. Make the decision 
today to accept yourself, no matter your perception of your present circumstances. Your 
life will instantly transform for the better. 
May 8, 2023

Evan Regan is a highly accomplished registered nutritionist and personal trainer with extensive experience working with high-performance athletes across multiple sporting disciplines, including rugby, Gaelic football, mixed martial arts (UFC), boxing, basketball (NBA), Australian football (AFL), American football (NFL), and soccer. 

As the Lead Academy Performance Nutritionist at Munster Rugby and Lead Performance Nutritionist & Dietician for Mayo GAA & Mayo LGFA, Evan has developed a reputation as a top-tier nutrition expert in the world of sports performance.

With his wealth of knowledge and experience, Evan offers a range of specialized nutrition packages that cater to the unique needs of athletes at all levels of competition. 

He also shares his expertise through his bestselling eBook, which offers practical guidance on topics such as optimal macronutrient intake, pre-and post-workout nutrition, and hydration strategies for athletes.

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

 

  • Optimizing pre and post-workout nutrition  
  • The role supplements play
  • A food first vs a food first but not food only approach 
  • The red, yellow, and green carb cycling method 
  • The diet danger zone after 8 pm
  • Sleep and underrated performance tools
  • Alcohol and the athlete (gym or sport) 

 

 

(LINKS)

Evan Regan Nutrition (@evanregan_nutrition) | Instagram

Evan Regan Nutrition | Facebook

Nutritionist | Evan Regan Nutrition | Ireland

Ebook Link

EBook Link 2

Nutrition Packages link

May 5, 2023
 
This episode first aired on 09 November 2020  
14 Days Of Fat Loss Free Guide  
https://briankeanefitness.com/quick-links/ 
 
In this episode, Brian speaks with Isabella Robinson, a Registered Associate Nutritionist (ANutr), certified Intuitive eating counsellor and qualified Nutritional Therapist (BANT, CNHC) with a special interest in disordered eating, food anxieties, body image and nutrition for mental health. 
 
Listen as Isabella dives deep into managing disordered eating, the problem with diet culture, and handling food addiction.
Episode Outline 
 Isabella’s journey as a nutritionist 
A common misconception about sugar 
 Where misconceptions come from 
 Eliminating “diet mentality” 
 Helping a client who claims to have a certain food “addiction” (i.e. chocolate) 
 Isabella’s thoughts on intuitive eating and common myths around it 
 Confusing hunger with other emotions or physical sensations 
 
 
 
 
 
 Factors that lead to eating disorders 
 What Isabella is most excited about right now 
Beware of headlines. The food industry profits off of misinformation and misconceptions 
that many people today have around nutrition. It helps greatly to double-check certainly 
modern beliefs about food: Are all calories created equal? Is a potato  just 
sugar? If you have specific health or fitness goals, it’s best to consult with a nutritionist. 
Beware of diet mentality. A lot of people may not be on a labelled diet, but they do 
adopt the mindset of a dieter. It’s important to be aware of the psychology behind 
certain beliefs or punishments that rule your interactions with food. For instance, having 
“a little extra” because you ate a slice of cake and “ruined” the day is one of the biggest 
sabotagers in one’s path to living a consistently healthier lifestyle. Having “addictions” to 
certain foods like chocolate warrant a closer look as well: Perhaps you’re just placing 
chocolate on a pedestal because you’ve put it on the “forbidden list”? The common 
thread between all of these thoughts is a tendency to blame ourselves as helpless when 
it comes to eating healthier, which does nothing more than lead us down a vicious cycle 
of making the wrong choices and subsequently punishing ourselves for them. 
The key to intuitive eating is aiming toward authentic well-being. This holistic approach 
to food requires you to take what your body is communicating to you in real-time and 
blend that with objective, scientific principles on nutrition, instead of simply looking for 
a one-size-fits-all diet. 
May 1, 2023

This is part two of a two-part episode.  

DDP is a WWE Hall of Famer, 3X World Champion, Founder & CEO of DDPY, Actor, Author and Inspirational Speaker! 

The DDP story IS the heart of DDPY, a fitness program born out of necessity and reality. After years of wrestling injuries, including a broken back, DDP developed a real-life workout that completely gave him his life back. His thinking was that if it could work for him, why not share it with others who want to own their lives again too? 

Dallas has had some of the most inspirational transformations I have ever seen and is not just changing lives with his programs, he is also doing it with his online presence, his book Positively Unstoppable – The Art of Owning It and combinations of docu-series and films. 

In today’s show, we go into:

 

  • Blood flow restriction training
  • The difference between yoga and DDP yoga
  • How and why you need to build self-discipline 
  • Arthur Boorman's incredible transformation story
  • And more. 

 

 

(Links)

(FACEBOOK)

DDP YOGA | Facebook

(INSTAGRAM)

Diamond Dallas Page (DDP) (@diamonddallaspage) | Instagram

(WEBSITE)

About – DDP Yoga

(TWITTER)

DDPY (@DDPYoga) / Twitter

(STORE)

Store – DDP Yoga

(YOUTUBE)

DDP YOGA - YouTube

RELENTLESS - Full Documentary - YouTube

Apr 28, 2023
 
 
This episode first aired 21 September 2020  
14 Days Of Fat Loss Free Guide  
https://briankeanefitness.com/quick-links/ 
 
In this episode, Brian speaks with training and nutritional consultant Jordan Syatt. He has his 
own podcast titled “The Jordan Syatt Mini-Podcast”, where he discusses all things nutrition, 
training, and mindset. Other fun facts about Jordan: He’s a 5x World Record Powerlifter; he is a 
Precision Nutrition and Westside Barbell Certified coach; he has a Bachelor of Science in Health 
& Behavior Science with a focus in Strength & Conditioning; and he happens to be the personal 
trainer, strength, and nutrition coach to entrepreneur and marketing guru Gary Vaynerchuk. 
Listen in as Jordan unloads a treasure trove of topics, such as nutrition-related myths around 
meal timing, food choice, and diets; as well as Jordan’s own history involving binge eating 
disorder and how he turned his life around with a mission to help others overcome their own 
destructive eating habits.Here are some of the things we talked about in today’s podcast.   
 
 
 
 
 
 Why you shouldn’t label foods as “good” or “bad” 
 The biggest nutrition myth 
The truth about “starvation mode” 
 Jordan’s general advice for those with binge eating disorder 
 What to do if you struggle with thinking about food all the time 
 Misconceptions around protein requirements and training progression 
 What to do if you struggle with motivation to work out 
The worst advice Jordan has ever received and how he overcame his binge eating 
disorder 
 What Jordan is most excited about today 
 
Apr 24, 2023

DDP is a WWE Hall of Famer, 3X World Champion, Founder&CEO of DDPY, Actor, Author and Inspirational Speaker! 

 

The DDP story IS the heart of DDPY, a fitness program born out of necessity and reality. After years of wrestling injuries, including a broken back, DDP developed a real life workout that completely gave him his life back. His thinking was that if it could work for him, why not share it with others who want to own their lives again too? 

 

Dallas has had some of the most inspirational transformations I have ever seen and is not just changing lives with his programs, he is also doing it with his online presence, his book Positively Unstoppable – The Art of Owning It and combinations of docuseries and films. 

 

This is a two part episode. In today’s show we go into: 

 

·      How he got into professional wrestling 

·      The importance of mindset with any success in life 

·      Resurrection and relentless – the film and docuseries 

·      How he broke his back professional wrestling and had to create a fitness program because doctors told him he would never wrestle again

·      And more 

 

 

(Links)

(FACEBOOK)

DDP YOGA | Facebook

(INSTAGRAM)

Diamond Dallas Page (DDP) (@diamonddallaspage) | Instagram

(WEBSITE)

About – DDP Yoga

(TWITTER)

DDPY (@DDPYoga) / Twitter

(STORE)

Store – DDP Yoga

(YOUTUBE)

DDP YOGA - YouTube

RELENTLESS - Full Documentary - YouTube

Apr 17, 2023

Lauren Hubert is a former fad dieter turned registered dietitian. 

Lauren got her bachelor of Science in dietetics from Florida State master of science in clinical nutrition from Boston University and has more than five years of weight loss coaching with over 1,000 women. 

Her goal is to help women lose weight and never gain it back again whilst loving their diet (and the way that they look) 

She is also the host of the podcast Hot, Healthy, Never Hungry which is available everywhere podcasts are found. 

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

 

  • How her weight gain inevitably led to fad diets which led to her becoming a dietitian
  • What to do if you are pretty fit but body fat is still high 
  • Weight loss plateau tips or how to get past a “stuck” point 
  • Choosing the best bread or carbs for weight loss and understanding the nutritional tradeoffs 
  • The context of why calories are not all created equal
  • Why low calorie isn’t always the best option 
  • The difference between healthy eating and “healthy eating for fat loss” 
  • And much more. 

 

 

Links: 

(Online Programs)

Weight Loss Programs | The Sorority Nutritionist, RD

90-Day Fit Babe Body | The Sorority Nutritionist, RD

(Podcast)

The Sorority Nutritionist Podcast | Weight Loss Dietitian & Coach

(INSTAGRAM)

Lauren Hubert MS, RD | Dietitian (@sorority.nutritionist) | Instagram

(YOUTUBE)

Lauren Hubert MS, RD - YouTube

(LINKTREE)

Lauren Hubert MS, RD | Linktree

(SPOTIFY)

Hot, Healthy, Never Hungry | Podcast on Spotify

(APPLE)

Hot, Healthy, Never Hungry on Apple Podcasts

(GOOGLE PODCAST)

Google Podcasts - the sorority nutritionist

(TWITTER)

Lauren Hubert MS, RD (@sororityNTRN) / Twitter

(FACEBOOK)

Lauren Hubert | Facebook

(WEBSITE)

The Sorority Nutritionist | Weight Loss Dietitian & Coach

 
Apr 14, 2023
 
 
This episode first aired on 07 September 2020  
14 Days Of Fat Loss Free Guide  
https://briankeanefitness.com/quick-links/ 
 
Gabby Bernstein the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Universe Has Your Back and 
has written six additional bestsellers.  
She was featured on Oprah’s SuperSoul Sunday as a “next-generation thought leader,” and The 
Oprah Winfrey Network chose Gabby to be part of the “SuperSoul 100,” a dynamic group of 100 
trailblazers whose vision and life’s work are bringing a higher level of consciousness to the 
world. 
The New York Times identified her as “a new role model.”  
YouTube named Gabby one of 16 YouTube Next Video Bloggers, she was named one of 
Mashable’s 11 Must-Follow Twitter Accounts for Inspiration, and she’s featured on the Forbes 
List of 20 Best-Branded Women.  
She appears regularly as an expert on The Dr. Oz Show and co-hosted the Guinness World 
Record the largest guided meditation with Deepak Chopra.  
Gabby just released her seventh -book, Super Attractor which I highly recommend checking out.  
 
 
 
 
 
As someone who’s been following Gabby’s work for a long time, this episode was a particular 
pleasure for me. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed recording it.  
The questions from today’s podcast: 
1.  I’ve just slightly touched on some of your accolades and your incredible books, but 
Gabby, tell us a little bit about your backstory and what led you on your current path.  
2.  I know your mission is to help people crack open to a spiritual relationship so that they 
can live in alignment with their true purpose. Talk to me a little about your mission.  
3.  In your new book Super Attractor, your call to action is asking people if they are ready to 
take their spiritual practice to the next level and manifest love and joy as they’ve never 
experienced before? Talk about how people can make a shift from occasional practising 
to living a spiritual life every day.  
4. One of the sections of the book that I connected with most was  how to release the 
past and live without fear of the future, can you talk about how people can adopt this in 
their own lives?  
5.  I loved your recent blog post on How vulnerability gives you power, can you talk about 
vulnerability and people's relationship to it?  27:35 
6.  You had a great post on Instagram about How to make spirituality a habit and just to 
recap, it was based on five steps.   
7. What are you most excited about right now?  
Apr 10, 2023

Solo Q+A with Brian.

1.     I’m struggling to slim down or get the fat off my legs. I run and added kettlebells but they only made them bigger. 00:33

2.     What should  I do if I get stomach issues when running? 10:17

3.     How do I balance weights and cardio with a. fat loss goal, how many per week, rest days etc? 18:00

4.     What made you go back to playing football this year? 25:04

5.     How do I train hard but also prevent injury? 27:36

6.     Do you find you’re becoming obsessed with whoop tracking or is it still a healthy relationship? 35:38

7.     Advice to build a big round ass? 41:47

 

 

Whoop code: https://join.whoop.com/en-eu/BKF

 

Quick link to all my books, programs and courses:

https://briankeanefitness.com/quick-links/

Apr 7, 2023
 
 
 
 
This episode first aired 31 August 2020  
14 Days Of Fat Loss Free Guide  
https://briankeanefitness.com/quick-links/ 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Daniel Davey is a performance nutritionist and author of the No1 best seller “Eat Up and Raise 
Your Game’ 
He received his BSc in Science from University College Dublin and holds an MSc in Nutrition, 
Physical Activity & Public Health from the University of Bristol. 
His best-selling book and Instagram page is all based around simple recipes and meal plans 
This podcast was a long time coming and today we go deep on all things food psychology, 
dietary choices and taking back ownership of your nutrition. 
Some of the things we talked about: 
·      The importance of taking full ownership of your nutrition to hit any goal you set for yourself. 
·      The nutritional psychology of knowledge, skill and motivation and how it impacts our 
behavior. 
·      The importance of having personal engagement or ‘skin in the game’ with your food plan. 
·      How to find or create motivation by figuring out your ultimate goal is when it comes to your 
diet. 
·      The importance of health seeking behavior when it comes to body composition. 
·      Mental health and owning who you are, your background and personal self-discovery. 
·      And much more. 
Apr 3, 2023

Taryn Marie Stejskal Ph.D. is an international expert on resilience, mental health and wellness. 

She is the Founder and Chief Resilience Officer (CRO) of the Resilience Leadership Institute. Prior to founding RLI, she served as the Head of Executive Leadership Development & Talent Strategy at Nike and Head of Global Leadership Development at Cigna. 

She is considered the #1 international expert on resilience, mental health, and wellbeing in leadership and life and her work has been featured by Forbes, TEDx and NBC amongst others. 

She is the author of the new book The 5 Practices of Highly Resilient People – why some flourish when others fold which is available for pre-order now and will be available everywhere books are found from April 18th..

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

 

  • The 5 practices of highly resilient people
  • How resilience breaks us out of our vulnerability cage
  • Productive perseverance -knowing when to maintain the mission and when to pivot to a new direction In the phase of diminishing returns
  • How vulnerability instead of being the opposite of resilience is the cornerstone of resilience
  • Why telling your story about what you overcome becomes part of someone else’s survival guide
  • And much more. 

 

Her links:

FACEBOOK

Dr. Taryn Marie Stejskal | Facebook

WEBSITE

Home - Dr. Taryn Marie - Resilience Leadership Institute (resilience-leadership.com)

INSTAGRAM

DR. TARYN MARIE STEJSKAL (@drtarynmarie) • Instagram photos and videos

TWITTER

Dr. Taryn Marie Stejskal (@drtarynmarie) / Twitter

APPLE PODCAST

Flourish or Fold: Stories of Resilience on Apple Podcasts

COACHING SERVICES

Executive High Level Coaching, Expert on Resilience, Mental Health & Wellness - Dr. Taryn Marie — Dr. Taryn Marie - Resilience Leadership Institute (resilience-leadership.com)

COURSES

Taryn Marie Courses - Developing Resilience in Leadership and Life. Mental Health & Wellness. — Dr. Taryn Marie - Resilience Leadership Institute (resilience-leadership.com)

Mar 27, 2023

This is another one of those solo ‘press record and talk’ style episodes, so I hope it helps. 

 

1.    Unlearning the binge/restrict eating pattern 02:07

2.   Unlearning how fear disguises itself as practicality 12:40

3.    Unlearning the use of exercise as my primary and only coping mechanism  21:43

4.    Unlearning the tying of self-worth to the way the way that I looked or how much I earned (and external things in general) 30:39

5.    Unlearning that I don’t need anyone else – the lone wolf bias. 39:53

 

 

Quick link to all my books, programs and courses:

https://briankeanefitness.com/quick-links/

Mar 24, 2023
 
 
This episode first aired on 24 August 2020  
14 Days Of Fat Loss Free Guide  
https://briankeanefitness.com/quick-links/ 
 
 
It goes through everything you need to know when it comes to nutrition, dieting and food choices in general. 
 
If you struggle with the nutrition side of weight or fat loss, this episode is not to be missed. 
 
    How to stop breaking foods into good and bad 
    Calories 101 for fat loss  
    Macros 101 for body composition    
   How to build your own nutritional plan TDEE calculator vs BMR vs working with a coach or nutritionist   
    How to test it, track body fat and change or maintain based on your body’s response.    
OTHER TOPICS TOUCHED ON WITHIN: 
   The problem with eliminating entire food groups or macronutrients. 
    The tangibles and intangibles of lowering body fat 
    The diet mindset vs the nutrition mindset 
    Starvation mode explained 
    How food choices impact energy levels 
Mar 20, 2023

Candice Horbacz (more commonly known as Eva Lovia) is a former adult entertainment star, wife, mom and podcast host. 

 

Candice is the type of woman you cannot pigeonhole. In fact, the evolution in her career path has been a transformation. 

 

She is a former adult entertainment performer, an entrepreneur in the production and Web3 space, an organizer of spiritual retreats centred on psychedelics and wellness, a mother to two boys, a wife, and the podcast host of Chatting With Candice. 

 

Her mission is to inspire people to expand their curiosity, think independently, and not be afraid of our own messiness.

 

This was a wonderful and wide ranging conversation; 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: 

 

·       Dealing with insecurity and jealousy in relationships 

·       Why exploring your body and/or sexuality is an under rated tool for self-discovery

· The differences in sexuality between men and women

· How porn can help your relationship with yourself and your partner (and when it becomes toxic)

· Consensual non-monogamy: The roadmap to a customized relationship 

· Motherhood insights and how to raise masculine boys in a world that demonizes men

· The divine feminine and learning to lead with softness and being honest with yourself about trade-offs

· And much more. 

 

Shownotes: 

 

www.candicehorbacz.com

 

www.chattingwithcandice.com

 

 

Social Media links:

Instagram: www.instagram.com/candicehorbacz/ and www.instagram.com/evalovia/

 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/CandiceHorbacz

 

YouTube

www.youtube.com/@CandiceHorbacz

Mar 17, 2023

This episode first aired 17 August 2020

14 Days Of Fat Loss Free Guide https://briankeanefitness.com/quick-links/

 

Trisha Lewis is a chef, best-selling author and inspiration to hundreds of thousands of people (including me) on social media.

After years of self-sabotage, secret eating, and yo-yo dieting- she finally decided to get on a nutrition plan that worked for her lifestyle and slowly started to exercise more. Since her first appearance on the podcast: 225 Trisha’s Transformation on Losing 100 Pounds (The Right Way), she has been on a roller coaster of a journey.

It that episode, we talked about her years of self-sabotage, secret eating and yo-yo dieting. She finally decided to get on a nutrition plan that worked for her lifestyle and slowly started to exercise more and is now inspiring thousands of people all around the country to do the same!

In today’s episode we talked everything from calorie deficits, food and dealing with negativity to learning to to pushing through hard times and the power of self-love.

This one is not to be missed.

Mar 13, 2023

Gary is a running coach and ultra-runner who has spent 10+ years getting results for runners. 

His coaching methodology is always to apply up to date science, research and training but he’s also not afraid to try new things and take inspiration from all corners of sport and life. 

Having been competing himself for 15 years and coaching for 10 of them he use both these experiences combined in a unique service that gets results. 

The House Running Club is a place where you can laugh and learn along with runners just like you from around the world with high level accountability from our coaching team.

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

·      How he got into running (and how a random half marathon in Leicester led him meeting his wife)

·      His first race vs his most challenging race

·      Avoiding or managing the dreaded shin splints 

·      When and if you should focus on your running technique

·      Strength and gym programs to support your running performance 

·      How to recovery after runs (from short 5ks to 100km weeks) 

·      The motivation question and mindset shift of “why haven’t you stopped running”? 

·      And more..

 

Website: https://houserunningclub.com/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/garyhouse_/?hl=en

Quick links: https://houserunningclub.com/quick-links/

 
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