Episode 085: How to Build Awareness to Achieve More in 4 Key Areas featuring Dominique Mas

Dominique currently lives in Brooklyn, New York but she is originally from France and has also lived and worked in seven different countries. Dominique holds a Masters in Educational Leadership, has also trained as a brain based coach with the NeuroLeadership Institute and is certified through them. She has worked in educational leadership for 15 years with a focus on high achieving students and teachers. In this episode Dominique discusses the following topics:

Episode 084: How to Enhance Parent-Athlete Relationships in Youth Sports featuring Alexis Aiger

Alexis Aiger is the owner and operator of Positive Approaches LLC in Oregon and is a Licensed Professional Counselor who specializes in sport psychology. In this episode, Alexis cover the often tricky dynamic of how to best approach the parent-athlete relationship in youth sports as well as motivation and the adrenaline response. Alexis Aiger on... Continue Reading →

Episode 083: Identifying and Dealing with Autoimmune Disease and an Eating Disorder featuring Paige Kinsella

Paige Kinsella was diagnosed early on in life with an autoimmune disease. This set in motion a journey to understand and deal with what exactly was going on in her body. In college, Paige was also dealing with an eating disorder. In this episode, Paige details her experiences with hashimoto's, functional integrative medicine and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) amount other things.

Episode 080: 5 Lessons from 15 Years in the Fitness Industry featuring Danny Lazarus

Danny Lazarus is the personal training manager at Equinox Sports Club in Boston. Jon and Danny previously worked together and in this episode they look back on how Danny first got into strength training and his journey to his current position. The guys also discuss the five biggest lessons that Danny has learned from his time in the fitness industry.

Episode 077: Shoe Recommendations & Favorite Shows with Eirinn Carroll

Shoes are an important part of your everyday life whether you know it or not. We spend a lot of time in our shoes of choice and depending on whether they're providing you with what you need you may want to look into some alternatives. Jon and Eirinn use the Postural Restoration Institute's guide as to what constitutes a good shoe and what doesn't. Below you will also find a link to PRI's shoe list for 2018. The conversation then turns towards what shows Eirinn and Jon would recommend as a must watch.

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