Show Notes

Nuts for Longevity: An Inspirational Story, w/ Caleb and Austin Majors.

At too young of an age, the father of Austin and Caleb Majors was given two weeks to live, diagnosed with an aggressive brain cancer. Mr. Majors decided to take his health into his own hands, turning to major lifestyle changes in hopes he could defeat the odds. He would survive 7 years, inspiring and educating many along the way. Mr. Majors strength and selflessness in this situation is incredible, but equally as impressive is his family around him. Fast forward to today, Caleb and Austin have taken the recipes their mother used to aid in the health of their father and turned them into a successful business that gives healthier and higher quality snacks to all of us, BrothersNuts. I am so sincerely impressed with each of them, and consider myself fortunate to have been introduced to them. You can find them and their products at their website as well as their instagram pages:

BrothersNuts Website

Brothers Nuts Instagram

Every Mother is an Athlete, w/ Dr. Karlie Causey.

This week you will hear from Dr. Karlie Causey, a sports chiropractor, strength and conditioning specialist, and pregnancy and postnatal athleticism coach. Dr. Karlie and I instantly clicked during our planning call when we realized how similar our philosophies are. She has an impressive approach to fitness, discomfort, and pain. Specifically, Dr. Karlie works with women who are currently pregnant or in post pregnancy stages to not only return to their previous level of fitness, but far beyond. As the title says, every mother is an athlete, and this is the motto of Dr. Karlie’s business. You will also hear about her clothing company that makes athletic gear more comfortable and functional for women.

Whether you are a mother or not you will get a lot out of this episode. Listen and enjoy!

You can find Dr. Kalie at:

Making Yourself a Priority, w/ Dr. Carly Hudson.

In this episode you will hear from Dr. Carly Hudson, chiropractor, exercise therapist, masseuse, and yoga instructor. Dr. Hudson’s skillsets are as unique and interesting as her story. As a child Dr. Hudson experienced a serious illness. This illness has lead her appreciate life in a different way. More than that, she is able to help people from a perspective that is extremely rare. I really enjoyed the chance to speak to Dr. Hudson and i know you will enjoy hearing it just as much! You can find Dr. Hudson at the following:

Her website

Her Instagram

Her Podcast

Blending: How to Properly Utilize Multiple Modalities to Feel your Best, w/ Zac Cupples.

Physical Therapist, performance coach, movement specialist, and former NBA physical therapist Zac Cupples joins us today to discuss how he uses multiple modalities to improve both pain/tightness and also overall quality of life. Those modalities include concepts that are sometimes labeled as “rehab” exercises with other exercises typically labeled as “strength training” or gym exercises. As you will hear, Zac would prefer to remove these imaginary lines, as the reality is most people need a combination of tools to start feeling better, including healthy lifestyle habits.

You can find Zac at:

His website

His Instagram

Enjoy! And please don’t forget to rate and review!

Balance, Resiliency, and Leadership, w/ CEO Colleen Werner.

Colleen Werner is a CEO of a successful fitness company, a mother, wife, and a successful athlete. While she has held man titles, what Colleen has been consistently is a leader. In this episode you will hear my personal experience with Colleen as a leader, as well as how she found balance and resiliency throughout all of life’s transitions. Listen and Enjoy!

You can find Colleen through the Lula Fit Website and Instagram Page.

Essential Changes in Supplements for Women, W/ Donna Burke.

Donna Burke of PRTCL Products shares with us how she went from athlete to gym owner to owning her own supplement company. Donna noticed some disappointing facts on her journey. While many supplements and sporting equipment was marketed for women, they were causing significant side affects. Instead of being formulated for the very specific female body, supplements were merely made for men and the dosage was cut down. This isn’t only happening in supplements, as items such as soccer cleats were also shrunk to size, but never properly created for women! Donna is changing that, and it starts with her company, PRTCL.

You can find Donna at:

Oversimplification of: Habit Change. 5 Tips to Make Change More Achievable.

This episode is the first of a new series where break down and over-simplify complicated topics. In honor of my new virtual program I am kicking off the series with the subject of habit change. How does it work? Why is it so difficult? This episode will also provide my 5 tips and hacks to make the process easier. Send any questions to [email protected] or go to the website to check out the virtual program and learn more about how I can help you, specifically.

Dementia Caretakers: The Unsung Hero’s, W/ Carrie Knowles.

In this episode you will hear from Psychology Today Expert writer and Author of 9 books Carrie Knowles. Carrie was asked by family to tell the story of them and her late mother, who was diagnosed of Alzheimer’s Disease years prior. Carrie’s latest book is a collection of her personal story as a caretaker, years of research on the subject of Alzheimers and Dementia, and the subsequent counseling and teaching she has provided countless individuals and organizations close to the subject. In this episode you will hear the affects being a caretaker has on an individual, how they must transition into this role, and, equally as difficult, how they transition out of the role when the time comes. Carrie is an amazing person with a kind heart and I thank her for sharing her stories with us.

You can find Carrie and her book at:

Her website

Her Book

From Struggling Mom to Inspiring Coach, w/ Gina DiGiovanni-Kirby.

Gina is a mother of 3, wife, aunt, and has a full time career. Her 40th birthday became a motivation for her to start making some changes. 3 years later a simple internet program would eventually lead to a life transformation. Gina tells us her struggles, ones that we can all relate to, and how she finally managed to make the changes necessary to lose the weight she wanted to and become happier and healthier. Gina validates the need for patience and consistency. Now, Gina is not only sustaining her healthy lifestyle, she is also motivating others as a part time trainer. This is an amazing story and one I hope helps to light a fire for everyone that needs it.