Regular exercise improves health and fitness. Health is defined as a state of complete mental, physical and social well-being; not merely the absence of illness or infirmity. Fitness is the ability to meet the demands of the environment.
Ex-Australian beach sprinter and fitness trainer Katie Williams tries different health & lifestyle habits to see if they would help her think, move or feel better if she adopted them. With the support of leading health & fitness experts, Katie tries each habit for two weeks. Katie hopes to educate, inspire and encourage people to think differently about their existing health and lifestyle habits and adopt positive changes.
The Wellness Rebellion is here to redefine what you know about wellness. Maz Compton, a qualified wellness coach and Dr. Sam Hay will invite experts in to help unravel the thread of confusion and flat-out BS that surrounds the health and wellbeing industry, and talk you through what actually works. It’s time to rebel against the era of 'cult wellness' and reset what you know about health to empower you to make the best decisions for your mind, body and soul.
What does a healthy female body look and feel like? How much do our hormones and cycles effect our mood and mindset? Do women's bodies need a different approach to exercise than men's do? On The Wellness Collective podcast natural women’s health expert Nat Kringoudis explores the health and wellness topics you want to talk about, chatting to leading experts from around the globe to help you feel happier, healthier and better. If you’re ready to take charge of your health join Nat as she dives headfirst into the fascinating, life-changing world of health and wellbeing.
Ex-Australian beach sprinter and fitness trainer Katie Williams offers practical advice for self-improvers to change, break or build healthier diet, fitness and mindset habits.
Is your inner voice working for you or against you? Host, Jo Stanley, has teamed up with peak performance and mindfulness coach Emma Murray, to uncover how we can reframe our thoughts and shift our emotions, so that we can overcome life’s daily challenges – the ones we expect and the ones we never saw coming. They speak with some of our best sports stars to discover how they used mindfulness to help them move past sadness, failure, self-doubt and pain – all the things everyone feels, whether you’re an Olympic athlete, or you can’t even catch a ball. Plus in each episode, Emma guides us through a mindfulness exercise that you can use to be the best of you, every day.
Former college football player, half-ironman competitor and strength coach Action Alexa, and ex-competitive gymnast, BMX racer and high-performance athlete and coach Jenna Louise talk to people who have achieved incredible athletic feats to find out how fitness saved them when they were at their lowest. They share the stories and practical skills of how they built their physical, mental and emotional fitness and the impact that physical strength and mental toughness had in changing their life through their lowest ebbs and biggest challenges. How Fitness Saved My Life - Coming January 17!