Michael and Adee Cazayoux dive into every facet of health, wellness and personal development in this podcast by Working Against Gravity. The WAG Podcast takes a unique approach to self-development by connecting the dots between nutrition, mindset, stress, and relationships through relatable stories and providing you with actionable steps that you can take today.
New Parents: Negotiating Roles And Responsibilities
Starting a family is both rewarding and challenging at the same time. This week, Michael and Adee are talking about creating a plan, setting expectations and negotiating responsibilities of parenthood in order to avoid unnecessary stress so that you can both enjoy your baby, and each other.
REPOST: Can You Actually Make Money as a Nutrition Coach?
We sent out a survey to over 3,000 aspiring nutrition coaches about what stopped them from taking the leap to begin coaching clients. One of the most frequent questions we heard was: can you actually make money as a nutrition coach?
In today’s episode, Adee and Michael will dispel myths about making money as an online nutrition coach. Adee launched Working Against Gravity six years ago, and now with 35 employees, she can assure you — it is absolutely possible to make this a sustainable career.
How To Cope With Weight Gain
This week Adee and Michael are answering another listener's question about overcoming the challenge of unwanted weight gain and learning how to take care of your body.
Be sure to tune in for more tips on nutrition, meditation, and mindset shifts that are sure to help you find what works best for you on your journey to looking better and feeling better. We love your questions so keep them coming!
What To Do When Your Client Hits A Plateau
Whether you’re just starting your fitness journey, or have been at it for some time, eventually we all hit the dreaded plateau. In today’s episode Adee and Michael are giving quick tips to help you break through the rough patches and get closer to your goals.
Some of today's topics include lifestyle changes for long term success, identifying trends in your nutrition, and establishing good habits in both nutrition and exercise.
What you’ll learn:
08:51 - Identifying a plateau
10:10 - How to tell if someone is in a plateau
14:50 - What to do when someone is in a plateau
20:16 - Changing up your fitness
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REPOST: How To Have Deeper Conversations
As we get older it can become more and more difficult to build deep, meaningful friendships, but Michael and Adee believe people are craving that kind of connection more than ever. On today’s episode, they unpack some of their best tips for engaging in deep conversations with friends. Listen along to learn some questions you can ask and strategies you can use to take the lead in cultivating stronger friendships.
What Saved You No Longer Serves You
In our last episode, Adee and Michael were talking about building your own success map, and how to recognize positive patterns in your life - but what happens when nothing seems to work no matter how hard you try?
In this episode, Adee and Michael are talking about a quick mindset shift that will help you get over plateaus and back on track. Whether it's nutrition, work, or exercise, you can use these tips to stay on top of your game.
This is by far one of my favorite podcasts, love it
Good and easily relatable content.
Mike and Adee are very helpful and open about self development. They give realistic advice and take examples from their own lives which makes what they say so much more real as apposed to many others.