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SISTERHOOD OF SWEAT

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Welcome to the Sisterhood of S.W.E.A.T where we will approach the difficult topics of life, have inspiring guests, and bring empowerment to all. This community is a place where we can be who we are instead of who others want us to be.

Sep 17, 2017

Cathy is an internationally recognized fitness and figure coach and entrepreneur who is located in Boston. She has been featured on MTV, ABC News and Fox News and she is currently a member of the prestigious Advisory panel and contributor for Oxygen Magazine and Strong Magazine. Since the early 1990s, Cathy has been the pioneer in successful competition coaching for aspiring athletes from all over the world. Cathy coaches women and men, with sport specific training, nutrition, stage presentation, marketing and branding and careers in the fitness world.

Cathy’s online nutrition and training program is the first and most prominent all inclusive global training program of its kind. Her company is known for transforming the physiques of both athletes and people who simply want to look like they compete, with a natural, non-extreme approach, no matter where they live! Cathy has coached and mentored celebrities, athletes, television personalities for lifestyle changes and business strategies as well. Her clients span the globe from the US, to Australia, Asia, and Europe and throughout North America.

What we talked about in this episode:

  • Every great coach has an original though process that makes them unique.
  • Drop the pencil walk.
  • Don't be a pineapple.
  • How to deal with your haters.
  • How to unhook from what people think of you.
  • The story you tell yourself may be whats holding you back.
  • Coaching the GREATS: Lori Harder, Alicia Marie, Lindsey Messina, Stacie Venagro, Angela Gargano ETC.
  • Time blocking with Barbara Cochran.
  • Take time to charge your engine.
  • Work on your business not in your business.
  • Teach others how to do what you do.
  • How to raise people up.
  • What true success looks like.
  • Together we all win.
  • What builds a legacy.
  • When someone double crosses you, something better is waiting for you.
  • Every person that comes in your life is a teacher.
  • Love all over the good and love all over the bad.
  • Everyone should be a SAVAGE GIRL!

 

Sep 4, 2017

Spokesperson and author of Savvy Secrets: Eat, Think & Thrive, Lisa share’s her seven-step’s toward optimal health.

Lisa loves healing the healer. Regardless of the label (i.e. cancer, autoimmune, cardiovascular or gastrointestinal disease, mental/cognitive difficulties, infertility, hyperactivity, insomnia or fatigue) Lisa utilizes functional medicine, self-love therapies, and her seven-step process to uncover hidden stressors. Clients rediscover their innate ability to heal from within.    

http://carpediemwellnessorg.blogspot.com

 

On this podcast we are talked about Lisa's book Savvy Secrets, Eat, Think and Thrive  as well as her Seven Steps to Optimal Health.  

  • What it takes for transformational change (courage and commitment) and how each one of us are unique, requiring a personalized plan.  
  • what Lisa learned since writing her book
  •  Lisa gives a sneak preview into her upcoming workshop titled, "Holy Hormones!"  
  • Stress hormones affect our sex hormones which affect our metabolic hormones. They all live together in a "hormone soup."
  •  Stress affects our libido which causes us to hold onto fat, which creates inflammation in the body, which leads to chronic disease. To live our wildest sexiest lives, we need to do the first step in Lisa's Seven Steps to Optimal Health. The first step is to BEGIN; take an honest personal assessment and make a commitment to self.  
  • How juicing and eating the raw vegan diet detoxes the system
  • How to do a personal assessment and a guide to the different types of testing is out there.
  • The importance of prioritizing your own self-care.
  • Tips to lower cortisol.
  • We are either in a sympathetic or a parasympathetic state (Fright or Flight) Rest and repair, rest and digest, or mate and ovulate.
  • We all live in a hormone soup.
  • Stress raises insulin and cortisol
  • Your body doesn't know the difference between being chased by a wild animal or job stress.
  • What metabolic stress looks like.
  • Healing the gut

    Lisa is also Founder of The Wellness Inspired Network and Carpe Diem Wellness. Lisa is a Registered Yoga Teacher, a retired Registered Nurse, Certified Health Coach and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition  and Functional Medicine Practitioner.  Certifications include 200 hour Vinyasa training, 300 hours in therapeutic yoga from Beloved Yoga Studio, Let Your Yoga Dance from Kripalu and Laughter Yoga. When Lisa is not coaching or speaking, you can find her joyfully practicing yoga and Carpe Diem Dance, bringing together all the tools of yoga to her clients. She is the mother of 4 adult children and grandmother.

    www.carpediemwellness.org 703-421-7125 ljackson@carpediemwellness.org

Jul 18, 2017
Originally from New Jersey, Angela studied for her undergrad at Rhode Island College receiving a degree in Biological Chemistry (B.S) and also competed in Division III NCAA Gymnastics.  
 
Two years after graduating, she decided to become involved in fitness competitions.  Within one year Angela was able to gain her Pro Card and compete at the National Pro level.  After winning multiple titles through Fitness America (Miss Bikini Boston 2014, Miss Fitness New England 2014, Miss Fitness Boston 2013), and placing top three in two National Pro Fitness Competitions, she decided to pursue a full-time career in the Fitness Industry.  She also competed at the regional qualifiers in Pittsburgh PA for American Ninja Warrior Season 7. 
 
Angela has also been featured in Oxygen, Strong Fitness Magazine, and Natural Muscle Magazine, including a full spread in Strong Magazines March/April issue 2016 
 
As a personal trainer, Angela is committed to helping others develop a healthy lifestyle through her magnetic personality and passion for exercise. Her training style focuses mostly around functional training techniques; enabling her workouts to be unique, fun, and effective.   She can accommodate any fitness goal whether it be injury prevention, weight-loss, or maintaining/gaining muscle.  I also am a coach at Cathy Savage Fitness which focuses on training women for Fitness competitions! I have taught sever RSVP Model Workshops.  I educate the models on how to eat right and exercises so that they are ready year round if they are called into a modeling gig! 
 
Contact info:
Owner AGAthletics 
www.agathletics.com
 

What we discussed in this episode:

Create your own vision board 

Take action, just go for it.

Everything happens for a reason.

When you have fear beforehand just think whats the worst that can happen?

Stop telling yourself the story that you can't do it.

Fitness doesn't know an age.

Declare what you want.

If your dream is scary, you go for it.

You aren't getting anything in your comfort zone.

How to get started into fitness.

 Angelas Vision Board Below!

 

Jun 6, 2017

Live Naked, Feel Alive!

Anita A. Shah, CHHC, is an author, speaker, experienced educator, cancer survivor, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Board Certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, and a member of the International Association for Health Coaches®. Anita received cutting-edge training from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition® in New York City. She has been learning from the world’s leading researchers and nutrition authorities, including Dr. Deepak Chopra, leader in mind-body medicine, Dr. David Katz, Director of Yale University’s Prevention Research Center, Dr. Walter Willett, Chair of Nutrition at Harvard University, and Dr. Andrew Weil, Director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine. Anita studied over 100 dietary theories, practical lifestyle management techniques, and innovative coaching methods with world-renowned health and wellness experts. Anita is passionate about educating, helping, and inspiring individuals and families to lead a Simply Fresh Lifestyle, a life filled with health and happiness.

Connect with Anita.

 http://www.simplyfreshlifestyle.com/

http://www.facebook.com/SimplyFreshLifestyle

What we talked about in this fun episode:
 
  • How to dress naked.
  • How to eat naked.
  • How to live naked.
  • How to step into your authentic self without fear.
  • Pretty much how to do all things naked ha ha.
  • Your beauty is reflected through your outer self.
  • Go for the full level of joy that makes you feel alive.
  • How to live free with no fear of judgement.
  • Surround yourself with people that bring you joy.
  • The only person you need to impress is yourself.
  • Invest in yourself (Put your oxygen mask on first.)
  • Ask for support when you need it.
  • What you put on your plate should show your respect for yourself and your body.
  • What cravings really mean and how to use them to create the life you want.
  • Emotional eating.
  • Stop living just for Friday and start living for today, because today is here now.
  • Get the recipe for what you want. Success leaves clues.
  • How to disconnect from toxic relationships.
  • Learn to trust your gut feelings.
Apr 17, 2017

Nicole Moneer has been in the health and fitness industry for close to 2 decades.  After being chronically ill and on Rx and OTC drugs for over 30 years, she was sick and tired of being sick. With major lifestyle changes starting at age 33, Nicole was able to turn her health around for the better with proper consistent nutrition, workouts and supplementation.  From being a NASM CPT, to an IFBB Bikini Pro and Olympian, to being an internationally published fitness model, a sponsored athlete for industry giant bodybuilding.com and to getting hired for the 1994-1995 Chicago Bulls Cheerleaders, The Luvabulls, during the iconic Michael Jordan days, Nicole is more than accomplished.  She has the mind, soul and spirit to heal and change lives for the better just as she has changed hers. Today at age 44 her health is way better than at age 24!  As a Chek Holistic Lifestyle Coach, she works with both male and female clients on customized nutritional lifestyle planning, exercise programs and stress management. 

One of the first things clients notice after working with her is that their energy levels improve, they have less bloat and many of their chronic symptoms or conditions are reduced or completely gone. Her book, What Lies Behind The Smile, is available on. Amazon.  She just launched a second book, The Healthy Mom Handbook, which is a nutrition and exercise system that takes women through all stages of motherhood; preconception, pregnancy and childbirth. If trying to conceive, or if you are wanting to have an easier uncomplicated childbirth and a quicker post-pregnancy recovery visit www.healthmomhandbook.com.   Changing your lifestyle and the foods you eat daily, is one of the hardest things to do but Nicole can attest that in the end it is worth it and now as a mom even more important since moms have the greatest influence on their families health.

When you are on social media its easy to fall into thinking you've got to keep up. Many of us think,wow this person has the perfect life, the perfect husband the perfect little family. We forget everyone has a real life, and everyone has real life problems. People may appear to be smiling and everything may be appear to be perfect on the outside, but whats the real truth? What's really going on in their lives? Like Nicole's book says "What lies behind the smile?"

It doesn't matter how many salads you eat, how many protein shakes you drink, or how many workouts you put in when you have relationship stress it can effect your health. Do the relationship work,it matters. If your miserable in your relationship, job success isn't as enjoyable.

In this episode you will learn:

  • Healing the body through supplements and the foods you eat
  • How we pick similar partners to what we grew up with
  • Life's biggest struggles can be your biggest lessons
  • The past is a gift that has led you to where you are today.
  • If you have a poor home life, no amount of job success is going to make you happier
  • How to stop hiding your true self
  • How becoming vulnerable takes courage but it is empowering and makes you more relatable.

Visit her website for client testimonials and more:

http://www.nicolemoneer.com

 

 

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