The Active Atlanta Podcast highlights people in the health & wellness community in the Atlanta area and shares their message about how people can continue to live high performance, pain-free lives.
Ep84 | Katie Nassiff: Katie Nassiff Movement + Highland Yoga
Welcome back, Atlanta! Today, we are joined by Highland Yoga's very own Katie Nassiff. Katie is very diverse in her knowledge and her intentions of what she is trying to do in the health and wellness scene here in Atlanta! Katie started practicing yoga in 2010 as a complement to running, and weight training. In 2014, she moved to New York City and began a consistent studio practice, finding that Vinyasa inspired her to feel empowered and connected to herself and the community. Shortly after moving to Atlanta in 2018, she started practicing at Highland Yoga, where she then completed her 200-hour teacher training in Spring 2019. Expect energetic classes with a focus on breath, alignment, and opportunities to deepen your practice!Check out Katie:Via website: https://www.highland-yoga.com/ (https://www.highland-yoga.com/)Via Instagram: @highlandyoga
Ep83 | Ed Miller
Welcome to the Active Atlanta Podcast; in this episode, we welcome Ed Miller, founder of The Rack Athletic Performance Center to discuss his voyage into opening an athletic training gym meant for everyone. Ed dives into his athletic group training designed to build relationships while promoting self-discipline and enhancing grit. We also discuss the fallacy of work-life balance and the benefits of in-person training.Episode Highlights:[00:50] Introduction to Ed Miller[04:17] The Rack Athletic Performance Center[04:44] Motivation behind The Rack[11:07] Athletic group training[15:00] Process of the movement assessment[18:19] The benefits of in-person training [20:50] The fallacy of work-life balance [24:21] Finding the grit within yourself[29:39] Learn more about The Rack Athletic Performance CenterConnect with Ed: Website｜Linkedin｜YouTube
Ep82 | Carly Blanchett of Noble Clay Fitness
Today, we are excited to bring you another awesome coach from Noble Clay Fitness, Carly Blanchett! Noble Clay is a gym located in the Summerhill neighborhood of Atlanta and it’s focus is to bring personalized fitness, nutrition and lifestyle coaching to ALL members of its community. Carly is a coach and serves as their Operations Coordinator at Noble Clay. She is also certified with OPEX and has her Level 1 Precision Nutrition certification.Carly continues to provide the relationship and knowledge to support and guide Noble Clay's members on their own journeys to build and grow a healthier and more fulfilling life! While working through her own struggles with training and the female cycle, she’s decided to make this her niche clientele as well. If you are a female struggling with training around your cycle, you’re going to want to hear what Carly has to say. Let us know what you think and enjoy the podcast!Reach out to Carly and Noble Clay:Carly- @coach_cjbNoble Clay: https://nobleclayfitness.com/ (https://nobleclayfitness.com/) &@nobleclayfit
Ep81 | Sam Gillespie - Athletes' Potential
Today, we are excited to finally have on our very own Dr. Sam Gillespie! Dr. Sam has been a physical therapy clinician in the orthopedic setting for the past 9 years. He ran Track and Cross Country at UGA while getting a Kinesiology degree. Afterward he went to the University of North Georgia for PT school. He did an Orthopaedic Residency with Mercer University in 2015 and got his Orthopaedic Clinical specialty in 2016. He enjoys working with all ages, but he has a special place for treating fellow endurance athletes and ACL repairs as he can personally relate to their struggles. We dive into his path after tearing his ACL in 2010, his competitive running career, and much more! Enjoy!
Ep80 | Strength And Health Project Part 4: Squats
Welcome back, Atlanta! This week, we bring you our 4th edition of the Strength & Health Project and we are talking about squats! According to John McCallum's article, 'Squat!', if you want to get big, then you better be doing some squatting. Coach Joe and I dive deeper into this article from the 70s and give our thoughts on its relevance today. Enjoy!
Ep79 | Ant: OxFit
What is up, Atlanta, and welcome back to The Active Atlanta Podcast! Today, we get to talk with one of the very best gyms here in the Atlanta area, OxFit! We had a chance to sit down with Ant Oxley, who is the CEO of their operation! We dive into what they have built over the past 6 years, some of their future plans, and why striving for excellence is so very important to them. Enjoy!Website: https://www.ox.fit/Instagram: @oxfitnation
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