Megan Dahlman, a trainer, nutrition coach, and Christian mom, is changing the conversation about fitness and nutrition. In a culture that's obsessed with "gym-selfies", this podcast will be a breath of fresh air! The Strong Mommas Podcast is for Christian moms that want to be equipped with practical ways to eat right and stay fit while still keeping your focus on Jesus. As Megan shares her wisdom, you will learn, grow, and feel inspired to become a strong momma!
87. Resisting the Urge to Quit and Standing Strong with Alli Worthington
How do we fight when we have no more fight left in us? How do we resist the urge to quit and give in to despair when we’re in our lowest valley? As the pandemic drags on and we feel our hope waning, it’s easy to lose trust and faith in a sovereign God. Today, I have the honor of chatting with Alli Worthington - author, speaker and all around inspiring strong momma. We dig deep into how to stand strong when our hearts are heavy.
86. Getting (& Staying!) Motivated to Take Care of Yourself in the New Year
Gear up, cause we’re diving into motivation on today’s episode! Do you struggle to find motivation to get workouts done or to eat better? Or maybe you struggle to stay motivated after you start? The solution to each of these motivation struggles is to discover a strong enough or important motivator that will always answer the question “what’s the point?” But maybe more important than all of this is just recognizing that motivation is an emotion.
85. Proper Goal Setting & Creating Realistic Expectations in the New Year
Just hold on a moment before you go organize your entire pantry, start a juice cleanse, or sign up for the extreme spinning class. Before you go bounding into the new year with amped up motivation, be wise and listen to this first! I want you to make sure that you are moving forward into the new year with wisdom and strategy. Learn how to create better goals and set realistic expectations that you can actually achieve!
84. Wrapping up an epic year and looking forward to strong, mighty, and powerful things to come!
This year was epic on so many levels. Some of the worst things happened in 2020, while at the same time, some of THE BEST things happened. Which is a testimony to how God is with us through every season of life! On this episode, Scott and I are reflecting back over the year and looking forward to some BIG things to come in the new year.
Leaving a Legacy: Teaching your kids how to embrace their God-given bodies! [Ep. 83]
You want to set your kids up for success, especially with how they feel and what they believe about their bodies. If you could help spare them years of thinking their body isn’t good enough, wouldn’t you want to do that? In a culture that’s obsessed with changing and “improving” our bodies, let’s help our kids believe differently. On today’s episode, we’re talking about how you can teach your kids how to embrace (and ultimately care for!) their God-given body
Leaving a Legacy: Teaching your kids good nutrition habits with special guest, Jen Brazeal! [Ep. 82]
Every family has one: a picky eater that makes meal times miserable. It’s tempting to just give them what they’ll eat, but you also want to set them up for success! You want to teach your kids good, healthy eating habits that will last a lifetime. Today, I’m interviewing Jen Brazeal, a fellow mom with some mad skillz with kids in the kitchen. She and I talk about some tricks and strategies that work wonders for encouraging your kids to be less picky, and eat healthier.
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The strong mama podcast always leaves me inspired and energized to learn more about who God wants me to be. Since joining the podcast and program I have been stepping out of my comfort zone and trying new things. The best way I have described this journey is that it’s taking the scenic route of learning who I am and what my body is capable of. Thank you Megan and Scott for serving in a much needed ministry.
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