Join nutrition and fitness coach and author, Cait Lynch as we ruminate, percolate and delve into everything from coffee to foot fungus!
We promise—no mindless banter and no curse of knowledge potholes. Just straight talk and great stories from fellow travellers and heroes amongst us, with actionable steps to consider for each season of your life.
Brace for impact! The point is, be ready for anything...
It’s been a week since Kate and Cait offered up some thoughts on untangling how alcohol shows up in our lives. In this episode, we circle back to check-in on some other people’s thoughts about Annie Grace’s book, This Naked Mind. Want to connect? Find us on Facebook @ Custom Fit Community or online @ customfitvitality.com
Alex Samets, a psychotherapist who practices in Baltimore, Maryland, shares the idea that humans are ‘sense making creatures’ and that life is charged and complicated and endlessly vibrant. Have a listen as we chat about everything from Harry Potter to Freud!
Kate Wentzel and I talk about how alcohol affects lives both positively and perhaps, negatively.
This podcast is for you if you currently drink alcohol of any kind and in any amount and you want to look at your drinking in an informed, intelligent and supported way with like-minded people.
Join us for Alcohol Unclad: a private Facebook discussion group that starts March 1st. There is no fee to join us. Want in? Get in touch: https://www.customfitvitality.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/groups/customfitcommunity/ https://thisnakedmind.com/
Partners Jason Butler and Jessica Root join me to talk about sticking to your values, teaching your kids what you know, being imports to a lovely small town and running a bakery. Learn more: warkworthbakery.ca
Where can you push on your pain to make progress? Join us as we talk about multi-faceted self-care. From saunas to looking at your drinking to riding ‘one horse at a time’ with your nutrition choices, why some of us choose to suffer and some of us choose to strengthen.
Have a story you want to share? Contact Cait: https://www.customfitvitality.com/
To learn more about your fascia: https://www.ashleyblackguru.com/
To take an honest look at your drinking: https://thisnakedmind.com/
Show time stamps:
1:00 Sauna & fascia
2:00 What is fascia blasting?
15:00 Tight? Injured? This is what your fascia does.
30:00 Are you comfortably uncomfortable in your life?
30:25 Alcohol abuse and pushing on your pain: health, vanity & family
34:00 Nutrition: ride one horse at a time to make progress
37:00 Don't like the shape of your butt? Here's why your ass is flat.
38:00 Sauna benefits
43:00 If you sweat a lot...
44:00 Heat conditioned/heat tolerant
45:11 Practice being uncomfortable for your benefit
46:30 Mindset reframe: Are you suffering or strengthening?
48:00 Listen, love, learn with Laureen & Cait
David Sharpe is a born and raised Havelock, Ontario boy with more than enough fire in his belly to create ice for an entire community. This is Dave’s story about how he learned to “share the magic”. Dave is the mastermind behind the Havelock Community Outdoor Skating Rink and the Fire & Ice Havelock 2020 Winter Festival. This FREE community event happens this coming Saturday, February 8th at 39 George Street in the the heart of the village of Havelock. You can read his entire story here: https://www.customfitvitality.com/fire-and-ice/
This episode is a part of a 2020 corporate wellness program that Johanna Allen of Allen Insurance Group launched for her team. To request more information about The 10 Day Bring Your Body Home Coaching Program, go to customfitvitality.com and hit the contact button. I’m here to help!
Tammy is an International Coach Federation certified coach, a Grief Recovery Specialist®, The Daring Way™ certified facilitator, and a 500 hour, certified yoga teacher.
An all-around perspective shifter, Tammy uses her skills to help people around the world rewrite their inner stories and choose their own adventures through life.
Tammy has an arsenal of techniques and life experience under her belt, from positive psychology and guided meditation to being a cancer survivor and world traveller.
Tammy believes that death and loss is a part of life and that facing it doesn’t have to be scary – it can be beautiful, fascinating, thought provoking, and the key to a more fulfilling life, right now. You learn more here: https://www.innertravelcoaching.com/ @innertravelcoach
Ready to get off the holiday, sugar train bender? In this episode, Cait and Laureen talk about three things to focus on to get back on track with your food. And, they offer some nuggets from Cait’s new book NOURISH EXPRESS LANE: The 10 Day Guide To Bring Your Body Home
10 questions to wrap-up 2019 before launching into 2020. Here’s the blog post link: https://nosidebar.com/intentionally/ and here is our private Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/customfitcommunity/
Your heart is what keeps you going when no one would know (or care) if you quit, and anything is better than nothing but nothing is better than the wrong thing (for you)! Thoughts on moving your body, food and friends.
Dr. Kerri Belsito of Loveland, Colorado is an equine vet, an acupuncturist, a human health coach and has her masters in business. Listen to hear stories about the connection between human and animal health. Kerri also discusses how keeping an open mind and making strategic, professional pivots has helped her stay true to what is most important in life.
Are you spinning or winning? This week, that’s the question Cait asked the tribe at Custom Fit Vitality. It’s also the question she asked of herself. This quick, bonus episode offers some nuggets to ruminate on as we wrap-up 2019.
Meet Cher Bartlett, a medical intuitive and spiritualist from Atlanta, Georgia. Join Cait and Laureen as we chat with Cher about staying curious about our health physically, metabolically, emotionally and spiritually.
The holidays are upon us! That means that one in three of us will stick a fork in our wellness routines until January. Will you ‘polite yourself to death’ through the holidays? Here are some tips to encourage you to lean into your self-care routines during this festive time and throughout the year.
Join Cait & Reen as they discuss the challenges of losing a beloved pet with psychologist, Kelly Starr and speech pathologist, Kate Wentzel. A meaningful topic for many that we do our best to approach with compassion, levity, grit and grace.
Here is an article that Kelly suggested you might find useful: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/why-we-need-to-take-pet-loss-seriously/
Pssst! This is NOT a parenting podcast.
Join Cait and Laureen as we chat with Jennifer Curley. Jenn is the mother of five boys, all under the age of 16 that she had in seven and a half years! Jenn is also Cait’s sister-in-law (she’s married to Cait’s brother, Seamus).
Lots of sage advice for all including how to circle back to what you love.