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Author: Joslyn Thompson Rule

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A podcast providing you with all you need to know about fitness - minus the filters.

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In today’s episode, I’m joined by Michelle Griffith Robinson, an Olympian, life coach, mentor, and personal trainer for 21 years. We chat about her Olympic career, what it was like to be a triple jumper, and what she’s learned as a professional athlete and how she’s applied those lessons to her life today. We also discuss what it takes to become successful, as an athlete or anything else, and what happens behind the scenes to achieve that success. Michelle shares about the sacrifices she made, what her lifestyle looked like, how she stayed motivated, and why overcoming her limiting beliefs were the keys to success in her career and life. Tune in to learn more about the life and career of the Olympian and life coach Michelle Griffith Robinson! Some Questions I Ask: How do you walk into a room of strangers and get them to open up? (5:36)What is the training for an Olympian like? (13:33)Are some people naturally made for success? (21:22)What skills as a professional athlete have you applied to your life now? (40:29)What’s next for you? (47:34)In This Episode You Will Learn: Who is Michelle Griffith Robinson? (2:11)The reality of what it’s like to become an Olympian. (12:44)How Michelle stays motivated. (24:22)How to overcome your limiting beliefs and find your strengths. (34:51)Why support systems are essential for success in your career and life. (40:51)Connect with Michelle Griffith Robinson: WebsiteInstagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In today’s episode, I’m joined by Psycle Master Instructor, Nike Ambassador, DJ & Life Coach, Kaya Cansfield! We chat about the direction we feel the fitness industry is heading, the after effects of the racial movements permeating the globe, and how spinning helped Kaya during her recovery period with anorexia. She is an incredible figure within the health and fitness field and her tenacity and spirit to live life to the fullest is truly admirable.We also dive into the health and wellness industries’ position and involvement within the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement and support of figureheads who are fighting to ignite social change. Many businesses, including those outside of fitness, have had to examine their own actions towards members of marginalised groups and be honest about where they want their industries to move going forward. I share my own experiences on this, as well as my perspective on how my thinking has shifted after the events that have taken place in the US in recent weeks.  If you’re interested to hear more and would like a deeper insight into Kaya’s story, then tune in to Episode 27 of Fitness Unfiltered!Some Questions I Ask:What are the differences you’ve noticed in your mindset from when you started pursuing this career path to now? (12:39)When did your job as a DJ come into the mix of things you do? (15:03)Could you talk about the recovery period after your major surgery? (19:25)How have gyms being in lockdown affected you & What changes have you seen within the health and fitness industry post Coronavirus? (27:25)What’s been your experience with the ‘boutique’ fitness industry? (42:00)What do you do in your daily practice that helps you through low points? (49:48)How long have you been practicing Nichiren Buddhism? (53:38)In This Episode You Will Learn:Some background on Kaya Cansfield and her introduction to the fitness industry (3:02)How cycling and fitness helped Kaya recover from her battle with anorexia (8:25)Kaya’s experience with physical burnout and how it forced her to reflect on what she wanted out of life (16:20)The challenges of balancing your mental wellbeing with prioritising clients’ needs & A deeper look into what self care means (22:42)My children’s experiences in lockdown and how they have shifted my ways of thinking whilst we’re all quarantined (31:14)What I think the health and wellness industry will look like after the pandemic (35:44)How the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement has forced every industry to examine how they’re contributing to social change and inclusion (38:48)My personal experience within the health and wellness field & How I have recognised my own privilege (44:03)The realities behind the aftermath of Coronavirus (47:51)The philosophy behind ‘Nichiren Buddhism’ (50:20)My experience with silent meditation and sound therapy (1:00:11) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In today’s episode, I’m joined by Co-Founder and Owner of ‘Track Mafia’ and one of my favourite people Cory Wharton-Malcolm! Cory is a living example of ‘do the thing’ and his story of building what is yours, without the need for approval from others, is incredibly inspiring to me.We discuss Cory’s journey to co-creating ‘Track Mafia’, and how he has developed such a strong community; and his personal philosophy on being surrounded by the right peer group. Cory also shared his background on learning to accept himself and act as an outspoken individual, something so many of us can relate too. Through the work Cory has done coaching at ‘Nike Run Club’ and ‘Track Mafia’, he has cultivated a safe, welcoming environment, that doesn’t sugar coat running, yet draws people to it because the philosophy extends way beyond, just running. To hear more on Cory’s incredible story and learn about the track running industry as a whole, tune in to Episode 26 of Fitness UnFiltered! Some Questions I Ask:How did you get into running? (2:39)What inspired you to create ‘Track Mafia’? (4:05)What did your training sessions look like before your business took off? (8:18)How did you make running track appealing to your audience? (12:08)Where do you see the track running industry heading in the future? (18:04)Could you talk about the importance of having honest peers around you? (36:53)What will change look like for you moving forward? (45:22)In This Episode You Will Learn:An introduction on Cory Wharton-Malcolm (0:10)How the community aspect of ‘Track Mafia’ was developed (5:39)What sets Cory’s business apart from others in the fitness industry (9:15)Cory’s approach to coaching with honesty and realism & How he manages clients’ expectations of running (15:18)How Cory has learned to be his authentic self (21:06)Why it’s important to understand the reasons we’re pursuing something (26:03)What made Cory leave his nine-to-five job and start a track running business (29:23)Our experiences with ‘imposter syndrome’ & The need for external validation (33:27)How lockdown has helped me connect with others & The effect this year has had on everyone so far (43:17)Cory’s experience with racism and not feeling comfortable enough to speak up in the past (45:52)Why diversity within the fitness industry is so important (51:21)My take on how people will respond after Covid-19 has settled down (56:54)What we think life will look like in 2021 (1:00:47) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today’s conversation is going to be a little different. The murder of George Floyd has sparked global outrage and it has been an eye-opening few weeks for a lot of us. For too long, racial injustices have been accepted and ingrained as just another part of our culture, but that has to change now. In this episode, I’m joined by Footwear Specialist and Sports Scientist, Emma Kirk Odunubi who shares her thoughts on the current situation flooding the globe, as well as personal experiences she’s had growing up as a bi-racial child. I feel this is a turning point for real change and am confident that this movement will lead to far greater outcomes in the future. Being able to speak openly with my children and educate them on the inequalities that are faced throughout the world has been just one effect and I sincerely hope that their generation does not have to face the same fight.     For more information on how this matter has impacted both myself and Emma, as well as what we can do as a society to invoke positive change, tune in to Episode 25 of Fitness UnFiltered! Some Questions I Ask:How did you become a footwear specialist? (5:01)What made you decide to take a break from social media recently? (17:06)What do you think the fitness industry will look like moving forward? (31:30)How do you think the world will look in a year’s time? (46:07)In This Episode You Will Learn:Background on Emma Kirk Odunubi (3:28)Our experiences growing up bi-racial & How our perspective on race was influenced by the world around us (7:49)How the response to George Floyd’s murder has made us question our own beliefs and assumptions towards racism (15:11)Why a lot of us feel a lack of control over our emotions at the moment (19:36)Why this moment in history is a turning point for us as a society (22:53)How this movement has helped me foster a dialogue on racism with my children (24:35)Why seeing my siblings thrive was so vital to how I viewed my capabilities as a mixed-race individual (28:32)My take on gender diversity and education within the fitness industry (36:18)My thoughts on what the ‘new normal’ is going to look like going forward (43:15)Let’s Connect!InstagramWebsiteEmailConnect With Emma Kirk Odunubi:InstagramWebsiteYoutube ChannelResources:Organisation: “The Conscious Kid”Thanks so much! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today I’m joined by Nuco Nutrition Coaches and Crossfit Trainers, Debs Manlove and Holly Hammill! In this episode, we discuss what Nutrition Coaching is all about, what clients can expect from a session and how Debs and Hols view the process of habit building in their practice. Thought patterns surrounding our food intake are often ones we need to unlearn later in life and it’s important we use the correct language when talking about our diets and bodies. Because of their collective backgrounds in both psychology and biology, Debs and Hols know to take these things into account when bringing in new clients and actively create safe environments for them through the messages they promote. If you’re keen to learn more about building sustainable, healthy habits in your fitness and nutrition, then have a listen to Episode 24 of Fitness UnFiltered! Some Questions I Ask:What is Nutrition Coaching? (2:58)What does your process look like when taking on new clients? (6:00)How do clients that seek instant results respond to your style of coaching? (9:14)What does habit building look like in your training? (11:52)Does it take less effort to break a bad habit than to create a new one? (23:27)How do you approach clients who experience feelings of guilt around food? (26:36)What made you take the steps in setting up Nuco? (46:43)What strategies do you apply to running your business? (51:40)In This Episode You Will Learn:Background on Debs and Holly (1:20)The meaning of ‘mindful eating’ & How Nuco clients respond to the concept (12:02)Other examples of habits that are built through Nuco coaching (15:11)How Debs and Hols change the way clients respond to nutrition and food intake (17:29)How habits are an integral part of our lives (20:42)Tools to recognise triggers for negative habits (25:09)How habits fluctuate throughout the coaching process (34:19)How nutrition relates to performance (40:23)Let’s Connect!InstagramWebsiteEmailConnect With Debs & Holly:NUCO - Facebook NUCO - InstagramHolly - InstagramDebs - InstagramEmail: hello@nuconutrition.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In today’s episode of Fitness UnFiltered I speak with my good friend, Niki Bird! Niki is a professional Athlete playing for England Touch Rugby, as well as a Personal Trainer and Fascial Stretch Therapist. Niki and I take a deep dive into FST and how she has integrated it into her training sessions. We also talk about our experience first starting out as PT’s, how sport and fitness can be used as a coping mechanism, and how setting boundaries and prioritising our time has benefited our working lives. Niki has an interesting background in the health and fitness industry, as in her early life sport was used as a form of escape due to struggles with school and academics. Before she was diagnosed with ADHD and Dyslexia, there was never a clear understanding of what she needed to improve or work on. Sport was her way of learning to communicate and socialise with others as well as gaining control over her situation, a feeling that can be hard to achieve as a personal trainer. Working in the fitness industry is riddled with thoughts that your client’s needs must be put before your own. We’ve learnt over time that this mindset can not only be damaging to ourselves, but to the people we’re trying to help as well. Through sharing both mine and Niki’s insights, we hope you can take away some useful tips on how to break those thought patterns and create a balance in your life. If these topics sound like your kind of listening, get yourself comfy and tune in to episode 23 of Fitness UnFiltered!Some Questions I Ask:How did you get into sport and what impact did it have on you? (1:32)You knew early on that playing sport was your coping mechanism, even before you were diagnosed with ADHD + Dyslexia. How did all of that manifest into the work you do now? (7:57)How did having that diagnosis change things for you? (12:42)Since you’ve started doing FST, how has it changed your approach with clients? (18:43)How do you balance being an Athlete, Personal Trainer, and Fascial Stretch Therapist? (20:31)What will your classes look like moving forward during lockdown? (39:31)In This Episode You Will Learn:How coaching and team sports can assist with communication and socialising (8:44)What Fascial Stretch Therapy is all about (16:10)How FST can be applied in personal training sessions (18:53)How setting boundaries and prioritising yourself creates a healthier work environment (21:03)The thought process behind burnout and overworking yourself (25:46)What influence sport injuries had on Niki when pursuing FST (33:28)More on Joslyn’s background in sports rehab (35:37)Information on Niki Bird’s FST class concept (37:59)Connect With Joslyn Thompson Rule:InstagramWebsiteEmailConnect With Niki Bird:InstagramFacebookResources:Book - “Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less” Author, Greg McKeown  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Our bodies have a deep rooted connection with our minds. For a lot of us, this concept isn’t an easy one to grasp and it can be difficult to assume that our mental stressors play a factor in chronic pain or physical ailments. Today, I sat down with my good friend and Naturopatic Nutritional Therapist, Keris Marsden.  For those of you who have been lucky enough to listen to Keris in person or follow some of her work, this recording is a little different.  Instead of educating us around our hormonal health and wellbeing, Keris has spent the last year on her own healing journey. In this episode we chat all things alternative medicine, life during lockdown and what role mental health plays in your overall physical health. As two women in the health and fitness industry, learning how to effectively practice self care and adopt a mindset that benefits our own mental state has been a difficult path. I’m a self proclaimed “recovering perfectionist” and know how hard it can be to break out of those negative thought patterns which carry into our everyday lives. It’s all too common to focus on the lows, as a previous guest, Emma Hackett explained - nearly 80% of our thoughts are negative and habitual. But reflecting on those thoughts and behaviours doesn’t have to be a daunting exercise if we use that information correctly. A lot of the time when something is awry in our bodies, it’s a signal that something needs help in our minds, and learning how to tune into that information is vital. If you’re curious to learn more about these topics, grab a cuppa and join us on episode 22 of Fitness UnFiltered!  Some Questions I Ask:What has your personal health journey been like? (3:22)What made you decide to look deeper into the issues going on in your body? (8:37) What did your success with Chinese medicine look like? (14:55)What does your future self look like in terms of adopting positive habits? (50:06)In This Episode You Will Learn:What Electroacupuncture is all about (16:55)How the neuroendocrine immune system plays a role in the mind / body connection (21:48)Gabor Mate’s philosophy on authenticity, Author of “When The Body Says No” (30:08)How our thought patterns affect everything around us + statistics from Emma Hackett (Mental Performance Coach) (40:32)Plus Much MoreGet In Touch With Joslyn Thompson Rule:InstagramWebsiteEmailGet In Touch With Keris Marsden:WebsiteInstagramFitter Food CommunityResources:Book - “When the Body Says No” Author, Gabor MatePodcast - Under The Skin with Russell BrandBook - “Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself” Author, Dr. Joe DispenzaPodcast - “How To Fail” Elizabeth Day   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode, I speak with my good friend and colleague Luke Worthington. He’s a cutting-edge trainer who has worked in the health & fitness industry for 20 years. Throughout our conversation, we discuss the pressures that people face during the COVID-19 lockdown and why coaches feel that they’re not delivering enough to their clients. We also discuss how to approach new online programming in a way that clients benefit from, as well as growing their understanding of their own body and how it moves. Take a listen to learn how you can learn to move your body from home. Some Questions I Ask: How did you develop your at-home strength training program? (4:19)What movements have you chosen to be part of your program that might surprise people? (13:27)What is your guide called? (52:50)In This Episode, You Will Learn: Why the fitness industry is taking a particularly hard hit during the lockdown. (3:07)Why Luke is focusing his energy on helping new trainers right now. (8:03)How people may experience performance gains through utilizing Luke’s movement mastery program. (21:33)Why athletes taper off their training before big events and how that strategy helps athletes slow down during lockdown. (27:00)How the fitness industry is evolving amidst the COVID-19 challenges. (40:20)Connect with Luke: WebsiteInstagramResources:Core Training Guidebook See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode, I speak with Dr. Anita Mitra, a medical doctor and scientist who is working toward normalizing conversations around menstrual cycles. Throughout our conversations, we don’t go too deep into the science around periods, but we do talk in-depth about what good nutrition looks like, how training can affect your cycle, and why sleep is a non-negotiable to have a healthy body and healthy period. Take a listen to learn more about the impact of training, nutrition, and general lifestyle on y our menstrual cycle. Some Questions I Ask:·      Introduce yourself. (2:35)·      How are you helping people open their eyes and talk to their doctors about the state of their periods? (7:24)·      How does stress affect periods? (19:36)·      Talk to me about how food consumption affects periods? (31:12) In This Episode, You Will Learn:·      How Anita is working toward normalizing talking about periods. (6:05)·      How Anita and Joslyn met. (11:17)·      How exercise can either reduce stress or create additional stress in your life. (18:50)·      Why it’s so important for women to prioritize bone strength. (27:34)·      Why ketogenic diets and some vegan diets are not helpful long-term lifestyles. (31:49)·      Anita’s advice for developing a healthy diet. (41:11)·      The truth about dairy consumption. (44:49)·      How sleeping fewer hours affects your body and brain’s functional abilities. (49:08) Connect with Anita:WebsiteInstagramTwitter Resources:The Gynae Geek by Dr. Anita Mitra See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode, I speak with the phenomenal Chloe Whylie: personal trainer, weightlifting coach, and hybrid lifter.Throughout our conversation, we discuss what her unique training schedule looks like for her, how she balances weightlifting and powerlifting, how she’s progressed through her career so far, and what she had to do to earn proper respect in the fitness industry.Take a listen to learn more about Chloe’s journey, the behind-the-scenes of weightlifting, and how she maintains her positive mindset.Some Questions I Ask:·     How did you get into personal training? (2:56)·     How did going within help you combat depression during your transition to a personal trainer? (4:24)·     How do you balance being a hybrid lifter? (6:53)·     How do you manage your coaching business, being a personal trainer, and your own training? (13:06)·     What’s your advice to trainers just starting out? (18:56)·     What are your favorite training books? (27:38)In This Episode, You Will Learn:·     What led Chloe to where she is today. (1:59)·     How Chloe schedules her training sessions. (8:13)·     What mindset guided Chloe to finding the right personal and professional life balance. (14:59)·     Why women need to work so exceptionally hard to be a successful personal trainer and weightlifter. (23:56)·     How Chloe’s clients train without access to a gym. (29:48)·     What’s next for Chloe. (37:38)Connect with Chloe Whylie:InstagramWebsiteResources:Olympic Weightlifting by Greg EverettSports Motivation Podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In today’s episode, I am joined by the amazing pelvic health physiotherapist, Helen Keeble. She’s been practicing physio for 13 years now, and she’s training mostly women who are either professional athletes or just everyday normal athletes who want to exercise and want to make sure that pelvic health isn’t a barrier for them.We discuss how Helen has adapted and how she treats her patients based around a really interesting research on what happens to the pelvic floor during exercise. We also talk about breathing and the use of intra-abdominal pressure during lifting in particular, but also during exercise in general.Our talk extends to what the future looks like for research into women and training, so tune in, to find out some really interesting facts around the advancements of science in these areas. Some Questions I Ask:·      How have you changed your practice or how have you taken the new research and implemented it into your own stuff? (08:33)·      Have you noticed a significant difference between what you did before and what you’re doing now? (13:44)·      If you’re doing a heavy lift, do you breathe as if you were pregnant? (25:17)·      How many athletes who haven’t had children do you come across with various pelvic floor issues? (31:00)In This Episode, You Will Learn:·      About Helen’s course, designed to help physiotherapists improve their functional assessments and rehab when it comes to the pelvic floor. (02:20)·      What the new research is revealing around the pelvic floor. (03:22)·      The differences in breathing when you’re lifting during pregnancy and when you are not pregnant. (20:52)·      The findings of a research done on heavy weight lifting and prolapse symptoms in women. (27:26)·      The concerns people have around the CoVID-19 quarantine period, and Helen’s advice on how to keep training. (34:19)Connect with Helen:·      Website·      Ph Physiotherapy Website·      Instagram·      Twitter  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We talk about Kim’s transition from being an accountant to becoming one of London’s mega trainers, and also her most defining moments, how she continues her training and development now, and lots of other good stuff in between. On this episode, I speak with the incredible Kim Ngo, a Nike trainer with over 4 years of fitness coaching experience. She’s set up an amazing movement called Food & Lycra about seven years ago with herself and two business partners. Through, this she’s created a huge amount of change in the way that women seek out movement. Throughout our conversation, we talk about Kim’s transition from working as an accountant to becoming one of London’s top mega trainers, as well as the defining moments of her career thus far. Kim also opens up about how she continues her training and development today. Take a listen to hear more about Kim’s motivating story about her life and fitness journey so far. Some Questions I Ask: Did you ever fear that maybe you weren’t good enough to thrive in the fitness industry? (11:03)As a coach, how do you continue working on your own development? (21:33)What have been the most defining moments in your career? (30:37)In This Episode, You Will Learn: How Kim got into fitness, even against her mother’s wishes. (3:32)The differences between PT and coaching fitness classes. (13:45)What drives Kim to continuously improve her coaching skills. (21:53)Why CrossFit clicked for Joslyn and became one of her fitness passions. (24:50)What Kim’s experience on a reality TV show was like. (30:44)Connect with Kim: FiiTInstagramFood and Lycra Instagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode, I speak with the amazing Emma Hackett, a mental performance consultant. In other words, she is a high-performance coach that works with elite athletes and individuals. Throughout our conversation, we discuss details around self-talk, becoming self-aware, reframing, and emotional intelligence. Emma shares so many nuggets of information about how you can apply all these mindset tools and strategies immediately to your life. Take a listen to learn how you can start training your brain to boost your self-talk. In This Episode, You Will Learn: How Emma’s life led her to working in the self-development space. (2:46)How Emma learned to upgrade her self-talk. (5:00)The one morning habit to make you more productive throughout the day. (14:59)How to recover your day when your morning routine doesn’t go as planned. (24:13)How Emma uses visualization tools to set herself up for success. (32:48)How the reticular activating system helps you retrain your brain to fight negative narratives. (50:22)Connect with Emma Hackett: LinkedInInstagramEmma’s emailResources: Atomic Habits by James ClearDare to Lead by Brené BrownMindset by Carol Dweck See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It’s been a hot minute since the last episode! This episode was recorded a year ago with my pelvic floor physio, Helen Keeble, as we prepared for the birth of my second born, Max. We discuss why everyone should get their pelvic floor checked (not just mums); preparing for labour; the pressure that due dates put on parents; how soon you should exercise after giving birth; and a host of other gems that made me feel so much more informed going into labor. Take a listen to learn more about pre- and post-partum health and exercise from Helen Keeble. Some Questions I Ask: Is it okay to check the strength of a pregnant woman’s pelvic floor? (3:31)Why is it recommended that women lean forward when they feel contractions? (21:58)Why is there such pressure around due dates? (36:54)After a natural birth, what are my next steps regarding caring for my pelvic floor? (42:52)How can people get in contact with you? (56:22)In This Episode, You Will Learn: What Helen found when I had my first appointment with her. (4:37)How breathing techniques affect the pelvic floor. (12:13)Why strengthening the pelvic floor is essential to a healthy core. (19:15)How partners can be more involved in helping throughout labour. (22:58)When to start doing various exercises post-birth. (44:11)Connect with Helen Keeble: EmailInstagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hold on tight for this episode, Carli moves quick and if you’re slow you’ll miss her! Carli went from being a busy PT to founding the fast-growing Protein Haus. Unapologetic, willing to take risks, and willing to start before she is ready, this is a must-listen for any fitness entrepreneurs. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode we discuss: leaky gut and how it is a normal part of digestion in healthy people; and the impact of movement, stress, sleep and diet on the immune system - with some findings that may surprise you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In today’s episode I speak with the amazing coach and Muay Thai athlete, Nesrine Dally. We discuss her reservations around deciding to wear the hijab and the affect she felt it may have had on her career as a coach and athlete. We also discuss how the fitness industry has changed over the years, and what we would recommend for new trainers to the industry; how Nesrine balances, coaching, training and family life; mindset when motivation is low; and favourite recovery protocols.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today I speak with Biologist Sinead Roberts about her company Feed Fuel Perform. Sinead has specialised in cell biology and human genetics and brings that to her nutrition business when working with athletes and clients. We go deep on the basics of nutrition covering macronutrients, micronutrients and hydration. Sinead also discusses the supplements that have been tested and proven to work including something you will find in your kitchen cupboard and those that have no evidence to say that they work to enhance performance.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today I speak with the lovely Laura Faulkner about her journey to become a seven-times CrossFit European Regionals Athlete. Starting her journey weighing just 47kg and taking years to gain the weight that allows her to hold her own on the competition floor has been as much a mental journey as it has been a physical one. Managing OCD and channelling how her brain works into focused training rather than getting caught up in her head is a lesson for us all in managing how we deal with our stuff. Laura is clear that her story, methods and message are unique to her and we must all find our own way - it has been a pleasure to watch her journey up until now and I feel like this is just the beginning for her.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#9 Ask Joslyn

#9 Ask Joslyn

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In this episode I answer three listener questions: 1) Why does access to quality training and coaches cost so much?; 2) How do you balance being a mama and training; and 3) What are your favourite recovery protocols?   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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