A Holistic Approach To Wellness with Jill Sanford

Have you ever felt like your questions in healthcare were left unanswered? It's not uncommon to forge your career path in the wellness industry through your own personal health journey.

Join us for an episode with Jill Sanford where she talks about the different health obstacles she's encountered both in her own life and with the people she works with.

Jill takes a very holistic approach to working with her clients. While still setting important boundaries to look out for herself, she works on the lifestyle and wellness needs of her clients in the ways that suit them best. There is so much that we can be aware of with our health, you're going to love this episode with Jill!




   

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About Today's Guest 

Jill is a Holistic Nutrition Practitioner, Fat Loss Coach and Certified Personal Trainer based out of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. In her downtime, she's an oat milk latte lover, dog mom & weekend...

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What Should Be Paid and What Should Be Free

Have you ever worried about giving away too much information and how it could negatively impact your business?

Have you ever attended an in person event and heart the presentations of guest speakers who are paid for their time?

There is a lot that goes into this industry from the structuring and "progressive overload" of education and resources to the value of the in-between moments at events.

Being able to understand the intricacies of your career will help you stand out in whatever direction you're going. Being able to see the value in what you bring as a coach and being able to see the value of being in the right room at the right time.

You're going to love this episode and I hope it helps you refine your process and harness a demand for your service.

 

   

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The Psychology of Connecting with Clients with Alex McBrairty

Coaches looking to grow into the career you never imagined you'd have, this episode is for you!

Alex McBrairty uses his psychology background within his coaching style to build stronger connections with people. As he's built his online business, A-Team Fitness, he's paid close attention to the personality types and communication styles of his clients.

Through high level communication, collection of feedback and integration of app-based technology, Alex is finding ways to reach his career goals while helping his clients live the lives they used to dream of.


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About Today's Guest

 

Alex is an online fitness coach with A-Team Fitness based in Ann Arbor, MI. Obese as a child and teenager, he blends fitness and psychology to help his clients discover their own hidden potential.
He has a bachelor degree in psychology from the University of Michigan, where he managed a research team in the study of motivation.
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The Personal Side of Training with Chris Liddle

If you are new to the fitness and wellness space or just starting your own business, this episode might be for you.

Today our guest is Edmonton, Alberta based, Chris Liddle. What stands out most about Chris is how he has leveraged his personality and authentic presence on social media to not only grow his professional network in ways that have benefited his personal development but also to connect with new clients and have strong connections in remote coaching.

Chris is a very values-based coach that cares deeply about the people he works with and models himself after mentors who lead by example. There will be a lot you may relate to in this episode but the thing that might stand out to you most is that while it feels good to impress your colleagues, at the end of the day the person you owe your energy to is your clients and the people who support you directly.

Enjoy this episode and be sure to share it with a friend!



   

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How to Upgrade Coaching Skills with Dr. Timothy DiFrancesco

Coaches and Fitness professionals listen up! You are going love this episode!

Doctor Tim DiFrancesco from TD Athletes Edge joins us for this powerful episode. We got insight on his time as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach of the LA Lakers (2011-2017). During that time, he was also working on building his business online. After leaving the Lakers in 2017, he dedicated his full-time efforts to building TD Athletes Edge with his team.

Tim's past experiences and processes gives a greater understanding of what has helped him to grow professionally and with his business.

You will also learn how he manages his time as a professional and business owner. 

The best way to learn and master things in our work and life is to put in the reps. 

 


 

   

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 About Today's Guest

TIMOTHY DIFRANCESCO

Doctor Tim DiFrancesco is the President & Founder of TD Athletes Edge. He...

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Program Design After Passing the CSCS with Dr. Matt Casturo

Education is a fundamental part of the fitness industry, and I am a huge proponent of absorbing as much as you can as long as it does not distract you from your goals a la the Coach's Curse.

One of the many certifications that a trainer or physical therapist can acquire is the NSCA's Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist exam. The CSCS is an expansive certification designed for strength and conditioning coaches that has scientific and practical components, covering topic such as nutrition, exercise science, and scenario-based analyses.

Today Dr. Matt Casturo joins me to talk all about how he blended his strength and conditioning background with his physical therapy education to create the Movement System and help educate other physical therapists and trainers as they study for the CSCS. We dive deep into program design, and Matt outlines how learning its fundamentals will benefit their clients and help avoid things like burnout. He also goes into detail about slight...

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The Pre/Postnatal Athlete with Kim Perry

As many of you know, prior to my big shift into the marketing world, I worked with a lot of moms as a personal trainer, and as a mother myself, I know the importance of finding trustworthy sources that you can adapt to your own specific needs.

The truth is: up until a few years ago, finding a space for pregnancy workouts that was more than prenatal yoga but not as intense as workouts meant for bulking and shredding. 

Thankfully prenatal workouts have come a long way, and pregnant people have more great choices than ever before.

Joining me today to unpack that fit pregnancy journey the industry has taken is Kim Perry. Kim is a mom of three, and we dive into all sorts of myths and expectations that pregnant women face when it comes to both health and wellness as well as navigating the fitness industry. It was my pleasure and privilege to invite her on, compare our fitbiz journeys, and hear how she helps expectant mothers stay fit and healthy.

 

 

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Bringing the Personal Back to Personal Training with Semaj Hunter

The grind of training and the constant noise of how we "should" be doing things can bog us down as coaches and clinicians. We can lose our way and diverge from the mission we set out on.

Without keeping our authenticity intact, staying on message becomes increasingly difficult, and coaches, our clients are with us for a reason. Staying true to yourself and to them will help you continue to provide the quality service they are seeking.

Thankfully today I have my friend and PT Profit Formula member Semaj Hunter joining me to talk about cutting through all of that to remain authentic. We have a fantastic conversation about remembering who we really are and the importance of treating human beings like humans.

We also discuss why your individuality is worth compensating. As you build your business and market what sets you apart, you should not be afraid to charge for those special s only you can bring your clients.

In addition to fitness, Semaj is a passionate traveller, and we...

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The Neuroscience of Dance with Sophia Martins

Coaches, today we have Sophia Martins, a neuroscientist and dancer, joining us to talk all about neuroscience and how it can help athletes, dancers and our clients. In this episode, Sophia shared her detailed knowledge on what happens to a performer's brain when experiencing memory lapses. She also discussed how she as a neuroscientist helps performers and dancers in fixing their performance anxiety in a very simple and fun way, a tool that could be used for anyone nervous about going to the gym.

 

 

You'll hear:
- How neuroscience can help the dancing community.
- Neurological impairment.
- What happens to a brain when experiencing memory laps.

   

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About Today's Guest

Sophia Martins is an international neuroscientist, dancer, performer, and dance teacher.

Through her postgraduate studies in neuroscience, she joined her passions by doing her research thesis on the brain mechanisms beyond dance,...

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The Truth About Pole Dancing with Dalijah Amelia

Today's guest and I coincidentally worked at the same gym in Manhattan, just at slightly different times! I am so thrilled to introduce you all to Dalijah Amelia. We have a fantastic discussion about her journey in movement that led to a pole class that changed her life.

In this episode, we talk all about Pole Dancing and all about body confidence. We all know that there is stigma attached to pole dancing, so Dalijah dives into some misconceptions about it for me and added that it's a very rewarding thing to do. More and more people are getting to know pole dancing as a creative outlet and fitness regimen, and pole dancing has allowed her to travel across the world. Dalijah also shares her knowledge on why people are interested in pole dancing as well as information about some tricks and more challenging moves.

 

 

You'll hear:
- Misconceptions about pole dancing.
- Difference between a pole dance for fitness and pole dance competition
- Things to pay attention to...

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