I think I am late to the podcast game…but better late than never!
What lead me to check out podcasts was Julie Foucher. She is a CrossFit Games athlete who was injured during this year’s regionals (tore her Achilles) and ended her professional CrossFit career. This was going to be her final year competing at the CrossFit Games anyways, since she is going to Med School to become a Family Physician. Her injury put her into retirement a little earlier than planned. I would imagine she had already planned on doing her podcast, but the injury might have made it go live sooner rather than later. He podcast is called “Pursuing Health with Julie Foucher“.
Julie believes that “every person has the right to basic knowledge of how to optimize their mind, body, and spirit”. So far there have been 6 episodes (well, 7 since #2 was a 2 part episode), with most of them being with CrossFit people and she also spoke to her surgeon who fixed her Archilles. I’ve enjoyed it so far. She has great conversations with her guests, and always asks these 3 things:
- what 3 things they do on a regular basis that have the biggest impact on their health
- 1 thing they struggle to implement that could have an impact on their health
- what a healthy lifestyle looks like to them.
It’s been pretty interesting hearing what everyone says and i look forward to new episodes being added every few weeks.
On Harder to Kill Radio, Steph is talking to the best experts in fitness, nutrition, sleep, and mindset so you can apply their lessons to optimizing your own health and wellness. Steph wants to give us info to make us harder to kill and be unbreakable humans. In each episode, she asks her guests what they think is the #1 ingredient for building an unbreakable human. The answers so far have all be different, yet all amazing.
One episode of Harder To Kill Radio, I can’t remember exactly which one, Steph’s guest mentioned a book they found helpful – The Happiness Project, by Gretchen Rubin. I have this book on my iPad but haven’t read it yet, but listening to whoever it was talk about it got me curious and I discovered that Gretchen Rubin actually has a podcast! So…
The third podcast I’m listening to is Happier by Getchen Rubin.
Gretchen took a year and dedicated it to becoming “happier”. Her book – The Happiness Project – documents how she went about becoming happier. On the podcast, she and her sister Elizabeth discuss things and habits that can make us happier. Each week, they give a “Try This At Home” task. I’m enjoying this podcast and plan on implementing the “try at home” tasks very soon. (more on that in a future post)
I’m sure there are a ton of other great podcasts out there that I would enjoy and hopefully as I get more into this whole medium I will find more to add to my listening lists.
If you haven’t listened to these podcasts yet, give them a try.
Do you have any podcasts you like that I should give a listen to?