Happily Healthily

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Often when we’re feeling compromised in our health and or our happiness, the first place to look is not for things to add to our lives in order to “fix” them; more that we should look for things that need to be removed and often those things co
“People need to have a strong ‘why’ – it gives them a stronger sense of purpose.” – Jason Khalipa Jason Khalipa (@jasonkhalipa) is an entrepreneur, dad, author, Crossfit Games champion and all-around remarkable human.  He is incredibly generous
“We live our lives as if our next day is so guaranteed, but it’s urgent.  Life is urgent. “ Justin Duguay   Justin Duguay ( @jtdioxide ) is back for round two and we both agree that we pushed ourselves a bit into the zone of discomfort at tim
“I can only perform well and do things well if I’m taking care of myself – you can’t pour from an empty cup.” – Sal Di Stefano Sal Di Stefano (@mindpumpsal) is a lifelong health and fitness experimenter/enthusiast and fitness media entrepreneur
Sarah Beatty (@9tothrive_inc) is the founder 9 to Thrive, a brand new a corporate wellness events company who deliver fitness events to workplaces.  Tired of constantly struggling to balance a busy workload with her health and well-being and in
“The more you move, the more you exercise, the less stressed you are and the lower the risk of chronic conditions.” - Richard Cisneros Richard Cisneros is a physiotherapist and acupuncturist who specializes in helping athletes recover from inju
“I don’t chase happiness; I choose what’s worth struggling for.”  - Matt Poyner  Many of us may find ourselves occasionally putting off important things in life because we are "too busy."  Matt Poyner is a backcountry outdoorsman, dad, artist,
“The best diet theory is the one that relates best to your unique hormonal function.” -Bharat Oza Bharat Oza  ( @b_elite_bharat ) is back and this time he’s answering your questions as submitted via Instagram and our Facebook Page.  Among other
This is a solo podcast where I share an essay prompted by a recent conversation with a friend.  These are a few ideas I've had kicking around in my branium for a few months now and it was time to try to channel them in some type of cohesive flo
“We’ve got to get out of the habitual thinking, and the only way to do that is to put new thoughts in.” – Denise Marek Denise Marek (@marekdenise) used to be a self-proclaimed expert at worrying, and the root cause for that turned out to be lin
Sometimes we think our path in life is already pretty well optimized but then something comes along to challenge that belief.  In Ryan’s case, that challenge was confronting the fact that he was an alcoholic and an addict and I suppose that’s w
“If we can ultimately seek mastery of what’s taking place in our minds, then we have much greater command and control over the conditions and outcomes in our lives.” – Greg Amundson Greg Amundson (@gregoryamundson) has worked in law enforcement
How meta!  A podcast about the reason for starting this podcast. This episode serves as a quick introduction to Happily Healthily and shares with you the vision for what this podcast hopes to explore over time.  I also admit to the fact that "a
“Vulnerability makes us ripe for growth.” Justin Duguay Justin Duguay ( @jtdioxide ) is a gym owner and an incredible movement coach, but he’s also a deep thinker about the interrelatedness of physical health with emotional health and happine
“People need to start listening to their bodies more.”- Bharat Oza Bharat Oza is, among other things, an expert in stress-reduced fat loss who, like many of us, has struggled and spent many years to arrive at an amazing understanding of what it
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