Hosted by Hannah Breal, a physical therapist at Made 2 Move Physical Therapy. Modern Medicine has failed us! We are no longer thriving! Our focus is a grassroots movement where education and movement are the first line of defense in treating the body of disease and disability.
S3E27 | Anna Gallup - Motion in Motherhood - Taking Care Of Mom
On today’s episode we have Anna Gallup, OT, owner of Motion in Motherhood, and certified breast feeding specialist.
Motion in Motherhood is a holistic prenatal and postpartum service for expectant and new moms. As an OT doing early intervention work, Anna was in her patient’s homes, realizing that moms were overwhelmed, burnt out, anxious, and lacking support.
With a passion in women’s health, Anna dreamed together her perfect career, thinking she’d create it in a few years. Once COVD hit and she had time on her hands, she got to work.
In this episode we discuss:
- Postpartum depression and anxiety
- How to manage exhaustion postpartum
- Goal setting
- Coaching for moms
- Maternal mental health
- Stress management
- Self care for moms
- Cultural/societal differences in labor/delivery
- Starting your own business
S3E26 | Meet Emily - Emily Werner Nutrition - Clinical Nutritionist: Career Changes, Diagnosing Diabetes, + Functional Medicine
Meet Emily, the owner and founder of Emily Werner Nutrition. Emily is a clinical nutritionist and discovered her passion for nutrition after watching her own husband turn his life around. Emily wants everyone to have the knowledge and power to change and thrive!
Emily focuses on functional medicine with the prevention and management of disease. Emily worked in online advertising for most of her career, but an anxiety attack made her reassess and take a 180 to pursue her passion. In this episode we discuss -
- Why restaurant food makes you bloated (this isn’t normal!)
- Small sustainable steps over time
- Metabolic Syndrome
- How many vegetables you should actually be eating
- Meal planning VS meal plans
- The 3pm brain fog crash
- Food as fuel vs calories to burn
- Career changes and cognitive dissonance
Become the best version of yourself today!
S3E25 | Meet Meghan Merlino - General Manager at Pale Horse CrossFit
On today’s show we have Meghan Merlino, the general manager of Pale Horse CrossFit. When she moved here a little over a year ago, she had just left her CrossFit home and community, and planned on taking some time to try out some gyms, personal train, and maybe coach at a gym. When she got the offer to be the GM, it was an opportunity she couldn’t pass up.
- Competitive vs recreational fitness
- Transition of member to coach to manager
- Wall walks, weaknesses, and open workouts
- Mental and physical fitness in CrossFit
- Personal training clients vs CrossFit members
- How to manage a gym while keeping a full cup
@legs_by_megs @meghanmerlino @palehorsecrossfit
S3E24 | Kelly Starrett - Performance Satire, Becoming a Functional Durable Human, Justin Bieber, and How to Not Suck
This week we have a special guest - formerly known as The Supple Leopard, MobilityWOD, or just some bald guy with a lacrosse ball - now known as The Ready State. Kelly has made his life’s work around what it means to be a functional, durable human.
- Performance Tequila
- Mental health, wellness, and standing desks
- Universal innate needs and drives
- The use of modern medicine
- The secret behind Tonal
- Who owns the problem of healthcare
@thereadystate (https://thereadystate.com/)https://thereadystate.com (https://thereadystate.com/)/
S3E23 | Nate & Hannah Series Ep. 4: Success Stories, Sh*t My Patient Has Been Told, Words Matter, and "Text Neck"
Another rant-filled episode of the Nate and Hannah series. Nate and I talk about a couple of awesome “success” stories in the clinic, some crazy stories our patients have told us, and we discuss the recent hot topics of neutral spines, text neck, and forward head posture.
- The power of simple strength training
- The power of misinformation
- Stress and adaptation
- Cortisone, Hyaluronic acid, dry needling, and pain
- Knees over toes
- Loss of cervical curvature and lack of evidence
www.made2movept.com @made2movept @hannahbreal_dpt @nathanjones9000
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S3E22 | Meet Clare Burton of Clar-e-ty Nutrition & Wellness - Double Unders, Blood Clots, Cortisol, & Surviving vs Thriving
This week I am joined by Clare Burton, owner of Clar-e-ty Nutrition + Wellness. Based in Charleston, Clar-e-ty Nutrition + Wellness provides clear, personalized nutrition plans, safe pre and post natal training, and evidence based wellness coaching. Nutrition is not cookie cutter (no pun intended) and it should be sustainable and realistic… and enjoyable!
On today’s episode Clare and I discuss:
- Lifestyle management focus
- Importance of a healthcare team
- Forming habits
- Surviving vs thriving
- Plateaus and consistency
- Stress management, cortisol, and weight loss
Matthew Blair Davis
Really enjoyed the podcast and learning how the personal trainer came to learn the skills and make the changes necessary to become a valuable, skilled trainer. I loved the employement stories and got a much better understanding of how a personal trainer evolves and remains an improving work in progress. Thanks for an interesting insight into this topic.
Love Yves!! Fun conversation, informative!
Thank you so much for having me!! Had a blast chatting and feel we could have kept talking for hours if we wanted to! Great podcast, GREAT host!
Really a 4.5....
*Yves is SUPER engaging as a host.
*Organized and simple format.
*Professional enough sound makes listening easy.
*Consistent content production
*Increase diversity of what defines “Charleston”
*Controversy or differing opinions - almost too friendly.