FearfullymadeFIT Podcast, hosted by Kierston Mills, educates and empowers listeners through interviews with guest speakers on topics related to current evidence-based topics in fitness, nutrition, mindset, and spirituality.
Gretchen graduated with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Regis University in 2007. Gretchen’s area of expertise is in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy. More specifically, she provides specialized care during the prenatal and postpartum period in a woman’s life as well as issues related to pelvic pain and incontinence. Gretchen also works as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Wyoming Department of Kinesiology and WWAMI Medical School. She more recently has started her own women's health coaching business to help guide women on their path to wellness. She is also a volunteer coach and co-director for Healthy Kids Rx, a non-profit afterschool youth fitness program. In her leisure time, Gretchen enjoys CrossFit, Running, Yoga, Kettlebells and spending time outdoors with her husband, Jon, and two children. In the podcast, we discuss the value of strength training in each pregnancy period, challenges new mothers face, and pelvic floor rehab.
www.pelvicrehab.com (to find a Pelvic PT near you)
Insta @ dr.gretchen.claude.dpt
I am excited to be a guest on the Fitness Lifestyle for Busy People Podcast. I talk with Dr. Meredith Butilis about intuitive eating, methods to transition out of tracking macros, and alternate ways to progress towards fitness goals without using a calorie counting app.
Is there a best meal frequency? No! What matters is your personal meal frequency preference, availability to eat meals, quality of food intake, and overall caloric consumption based on your personal nutrition goals. The best one is what works best for you!
Dr. Meredith Butulis is a sports medicine physical therapist for Twin Cities Orthopedic and has worked with clientele including the Twins, Minnesota Vikings, and numerous collegiate and high school athletes around Minnesota. She talks about her journey to health through fitness competitions. She addresses periodization, the importance, and tips to avoid spinning your wheels in a gym.
Kathleen Apodoca is a group fitness instructor and wine expert known as “The Fit Sommelier”. In this episode we talk about her story, address food pushers in the work space, and teach how wine can be incorporated into a healthy diet. Find Kathleen on IG @kathleenjanefit. Be sure to subscribe to FearfullymadeFIT Podcast for updates on new episodes each week. Find more at www.fearfullymadefit.com
UW dietetic student Hope Martine shares her story overcoming an eating disorder, shares current statistics and resources on the topic, and discusses the importance of having a positive body image. You can reach her at email@example.com. For more of my content, visit www.fearfullymadefit.com or @kierstonmills on Instagram
In episode 16, I interview William Grazione in a Q & A format. We go over the concept of flexible dieting, reverse dieting, and other tactics to ensure a successful fat loss and post fat loss phase. We also touch on coaching red flags, keys to a healthy lifestyle, and reasons for coaching success. Reach Will on IG @william_grazione or www.metabolicevolution.com. Will’s Bio: I am William Grazione, Husband, father of 4, physique coach, Pro natural bodybuilder, with a B.S. in Exercise Science. I live in Lutz, Florida with my beautiful wife Tanya who also shares a passion for fitness and being a birth doula.
I started playing competitive sports at 12 years old, I excelled in football. After high school I received an athletic scholarship and played football for Bacone College in Muskogee, Oklahoma for a few years until injuries would plague me. After my third knee injury I decided it was time to give up playing football, and continue on with the passion that I truly loved which was weight lifting. Closing on my senior year in college I became interested in competing in bodybuilding. At the time I had no idea Natural Bodybuilding even existed. Eager to learn I quickly started reading more books based on sport performance, hypertrophy, metabolism, and strength and conditioning. I also began researching the web, this was when I stumbled upon Layne Norton and his series on Bodybuilding.com "Life of a Natural Pro" I was then more eager than ever to increase my knowledge.
After my final semester at Bacone I moved back home to Saint Petersburg, Florida and would start preparing for my first natural bodybuilding competition. I chose the 2010 OCB Southeast States promoted by Nicole Weeks, IFPA & NGA Figure Pro. During my contest prep I utilized the knowledge I had acquired to that point in academia as well as my own research of evidence based coaching practices. After dieting for 12 weeks I would go on to win the open short class and the overall at my first bodybuilding competition.
A year later after a series of metabolic restoration, my girlfriend Tanya and I had decided to hire Dr. Norton for our 2012 season and would go on to achieve our best physiques to date. We have since become great friends Layne and I look forward to helping Dr. Norton change the fitness industry one client at a time.
During my first two seasons as a bodybuilder I became confident in guiding others around me that had aspirations of competing in physique contests or just gaining the education they needed to end their weight gain issues. My knowledge continued to blossom as I became infatuated with learning more regarding science and metabolism. As I continuously helped more people, coaching become my passion, and having the ability to guide so many over the last 10 years has been an abolsute blessing.
Metabolic Evolution believes in the evidence based nutritional sciences, overall long term health, nutrition protocols, intricacies of weight training. Join me as we help change the fitness Industry!
Chase Chesterman shares his path towards becoming a Registered Dietitian and shares nutrition strategies for losing bodyfat or gaining quality weight for performance and sport. Find him on Instagram at @chasechesterman.
John Beedle is a final year doctor of chiropractics student. In this episode, we chat about what chiropractics is, the benefits of seeing a chiropractor for health and sports performance, and tips to keep our bodies functioning well. Here is the Biophysics link https://cbpnonprofit.com/publications/
Here are the links to stroke and other things talked about
Here is the link to my schools academic curriculum https://www.nwhealth.edu/academics/chiropractic/
Contact info is firstname.lastname@example.org
Dan Garcia DPT CSCS fills us in on lessons from physical therapy school, importance of patient centered care, blood flow restriction training benefits, and choosing a career. Find him on Instagram: @5unnydpt or North Platte Physical Therapy in Cheyenne WY.
Marty and Hally Killion discuss their passion for competitive powerlifting as well as the adversity they have faced with injuries and coming back stronger. We also talk about women in powerlifting as well as what it means to have an athlete mentality. Find them in Instagram: @martyandhally
Jamie Marchetti MS, RD discusses Health At Every Size (HAES), Intuitive Eating, and what it means to be healthy without changing body size. Find her at www.wonderfullywell.net, Facebook.com/jamieatwonderfullywell or on Instagram at @jamieatwonderfullywell.
Today on FearfullymadeFIT podcast we dive into the process of behavior change, setting SMART goals, and choosing a workout split with Jay Wells BS, CSCS. Find Jay at Cheyenne WY Gold’s gym and @jaywellstraining on Instagram.
In this episode we discuss Food Insecurity with Shane Nielsen, a UWYO dietetics student and board member of the Laramie Soup Kitchen. We discuss what food insecurity is, why it is a concern, signs and stigmas of food insecurity in college-aged populations, and resources in Laramie WY. Contact Shane at email@example.com to get involved with the Laramie Soup Kitchen and visit www.feedingamerica.org for statistics and information on food insecurity.
Maryann Walsh, MFN, R.D., CDE joins me today to discuss the pros and cons of popular diets we see in the current media and how to make healthy eating part of a lifelong lifestyle! Find more from Maryann at www.cannolisandcarrots.com, www.mwalshnutrition.com, and on Instagram @cannolisandcarrots. Look out for the release of our co-written Ebook Pretty Palate to learn more about eating for good health and beauty from the inside out!
Kierston goes solo on this episode, explaining her top 8 tips to stay on track with your fitness goals during vacation or busy corporate work trips. Find her 7 Day Travel Survival Guide Ebook at www.fearfullymadefit.com
Learn about the benefits of attending the Fitposium conference (www.fitposium.com), how to stay motivated, and tips on putting together the perfect Photoshoot with Amber Blom (IG: @ambermblom) and Melissa Duncan (IG: @loudbody_soundmind)