55 episodes

Join host Paul Sandburg, who has nearly 20 years of wellness industry experience and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the NSCA, on a journey each week to learn more about wellness balance. With a fresh and open minded perspective, the show will explore new concepts, understand different strategies that have worked for people, and share knowledge. Try new things, unlock hidden potential, and find your wellness balance! See more at myboosthealth.com

BOOST Health Paul Sandburg

    • Alternative Health
    • 4.7, 23 Ratings

Join host Paul Sandburg, who has nearly 20 years of wellness industry experience and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the NSCA, on a journey each week to learn more about wellness balance. With a fresh and open minded perspective, the show will explore new concepts, understand different strategies that have worked for people, and share knowledge. Try new things, unlock hidden potential, and find your wellness balance! See more at myboosthealth.com

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

Clash3333333 ,

Fast, precise, and to the point

This is the perfect podcast for someone who wants excellent information and doesn’t have a lot of time. It’s amazing how much you can learn is just 20 minutes of listening to this podcast. Really looking forward to future episodes !

momwithdiabetes ,

Great podcast

I am a runner, new Mom, and stepmom with a full time job. Boost helps me with so many things...mindset, motivation and increases my knowledge for health. I am so glad I found this podcast! I have told many of my nursing friends and all of my physicians I work with!

Roaming Buffalo Endurance ,

Apparel for your performance

Hey Paul. In my early 20's maybe even early 30's. I would have said you “run what you brung”, when it came to clothing. However after doing longer events (100+ mike gravel rides) I have learned that clothing truly does make a difference and it’s not just about the padding. The other important piece is asking for help. Nobody likes to look like the newbie, but it can mean the difference between an epic day or a complete failure. This last weekend we had a ride that when it started the temperature was at 18 degrees Fahrenheit. I had no idea what to wear for 100 miles of cold, but the local bike shop had some great advice and because of their help I never once thought about how cold I was. Now if you can help me figure how to keep my nutrition plan from freezing...I’d be set. Keep to podcast coming!

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