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Best Jessi Haggerty podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Jessi Haggerty podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Welcome to The BodyLove Studio Podcast, I’m Jessi Haggerty a Registered Dietitian and Personal Trainer living in Boston and, your host! Each episode we’ll dive into a different topic where we dig deep to develop a healthier relationship with your diet and body. In a nutshell, this podcast is about loving your body. Whether it means learning how to nourish your body with food, movement, meditation, or positive self talk; my hope is to help listeners take one step closer to mending their relat ...
 
As ambitious women, many of us try to hard to be perfect. And when we fall short, we experience "shame", which stops us from living the meaningful life we want to live. Femperfect is a podcast by Carly Samudre, aiming to bring you stories of women who discovered the secret of spending less time being "perfect", and more time living a life they love. Get past shame and live a beautiful life.
 
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In this podcast I interview Tessa Yannone, the wellness editor at Boston Magazine. Tessa manages the health and wellness content of their online and print magazine. I wanted to talk to Tessa about fitness representation in media as she has access and experience with various classes, styles of fitness, gyms and wellness trends all over the city! The…
 
In this Podcast I talk with Christy Harrison, a RDN who is focused on intuitive eating and anti-diet culture. In this episode we talk about how culture and socioeconomics are incorporated in intuitive eating as well as athletics and weight classes, and how do use intuitive eating with alcohol. To listen to Christy's Podcast, click on the link here.…
 
In this podcast I talk with Jessi haggerty, an RDN and personal trainer who focuses on intuitive eating and health at every size to help individuals become more comfortable in their bodies and with food. To learn more about Jessi and all that she has to offer, check out her website: https://www.jessihaggerty.com…
 
In this episode I talk with Krista Scott Dixon about the process Precision Nutrition uses when clients come to them with weightless goals and the discoveries they make along the way. We also discuss the data Precision Nutrition as a whole has made throughout their years of helping clients with their nutrition goals.…
 
In This episode I talk my my friend Jessie about her journey of discovering and addressing her disordered eating habits after she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. She talks a lot about intuitive eating and how this has helped her. Here are a list of resources Jessie mentions in the podcast: Books:- Health At Every Size by Linda Bacon - this expla…
 
Show Notes: In this episode, I talk with Dr. Colleen Reichmann, a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in eating disorders. She works in her private practice (Wildflower Therapy) in Philadelphia, PA, and has also worked at various treatment facilities including University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro Center for Eating Disorder C…
 
In this episode I talk Shira Rosenbluth, a social worker/therapist by day and a style blogger by night, known for her blog “A Sequin Love Affair.” Her blog encourages having fun and dressing in a way that reflects who you are, regardless of budget or body size. The blog also chronicles Shira’s recovery from an eating disorder; this is something tha…
 
In this episode I interview Shannon Wagner, the creator and executive director of Women's Strength Coalition. We talk about how she created this organization, her goals for the future, and coming events! To learn more about this amazing organization click on the link here: https://www.womensstrengthcoalition.com/mission/Or to sign up for the powerl…
 
In this episode I talk to Simi Botic, health coach and Author of Letting Go of Leo: How I Broke Up with Perfection. We talk about Simi’s relationship with perfectionism and how that bled into her relationship with food and her body. What I love so much about this episode is that we talk so much about what breaking up with perfection (especially aro…
 
In this episode I talk to RD to be Kimmie Singh about her dietetic internship experience, weight stigma in the healthcare field, how medical nutrition therapy (MNT) and Health at Every Size (HAES) are aligned, and how Intuitive Eating is still possible, even if you have PCOS with insulin resistance! This episode is definitely geared towards RDs, bu…
 
In this podcast I interview Ilya Parker, a trans male personal trainer who is also the creator of Decolonizing fitness. In this episode we talk all about what Ilya offers through his Decolonizing Fitness platform and his plans for the future. Here is his website to see all of the things Ilya has to offer.https://decolonizingfitness.comThis is the l…
 
In this Podcast I interview JayCee Cooper, a trans female powerlifter. We talk about how the USAPL ban on trans female athletes has personally affected her, the larger implications of this ban and the disadvantages trans athletes have in competitive spots. JayCee is also an organizer for Pull for Pride, a month long deadlift competition, fundraisin…
 
In this Podcast I talk with Gus Lanza, a trans male personal trainer who caters to queer and trans individuals as well as all other bodies. We talk about how he makes his training a comfortable place for queer and trans individuals as well as how we can all do a better job of being more welcoming to all individuals in the fitness space. His website…
 
In this episode I talk to fellow dietitian Anna Sweeney. Anna is a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian with a private practice in Concord, MA. But we don’t talk about eating disorders or nutrition in this episode. Anna talks about her experience living in a disabled body, how her relationship with movement has evolved since childhood, an…
 
In this episode I talk to Soraya Chemaly, an award winning writer and author of Rages Becomes Her, the Power of Women’s Anger. After reading Soraya’s book last year I was so excited to finally have her on the podcast to talk about all of the parallels between women’s anger, diet culture, and body image. And as expected, she did not disappoint. This…
 
Tally Rye is a personal trainer and group fitness instructor in Central London. She trains with a weight-neutral approach and frames exercise as an act of self-care for the body AND mind. Her mission is to empower clients with the support to feel comfortable and confident in a fitness environment, and to change perceptions of exercise as a tedious …
 
Lauren Minear is a psychotherapist and yoga teacher who focuses on treating disordered eating, eating disorders, body image, anxiety, and trauma. Her treatment approach is informed by a commitment to social justice and attention to the impact that trauma, relationships, and culture have on the body. Lauren is also the creator of InBodied Yoga® a mo…
 
Caroline Dooner is a comedian, yoga teacher, and author of “The F*ck It Diet.” Caroline transformed years of suffering through the diet mentality and body image issues into writing, yoga classes, and online courses that guide people towards intuitive eating, self-care, and body acceptance. Overall, Caroline helps chronic dieters come back into thei…
 
Victoria Welsby is a body image activist, adjunct professor at the University of British Columbia, TEDx speaker, and the author of “Fierce Fatty: Love Your Body And Live Like The Queen You Already Are!” Victoria went from being homeless and abused with self-esteem that was achingly low to the courageous fat activist and change maker she is today. V…
 
In this podcast I talk with Holly Myers and Arryn Grogan. They are two StrongFirst elite members who train individual online and in person in Portland Oregon. IN this episode we talk about how they both came into the strength and conditioning world and how they got so damn strong! We also discussed what StrongFirst and being strong has taught them …
 
In this episode I interview Phil Scarito. He is a master SFG and the owner of DV8 fitness in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. In this episode we talk about Phil's life long journey of learning, how he continues to push himself and mastering the basics in order to be more advanced.In the podcast we talked about Phil's concept of Mastering the Basics to Ow…
 
In this episode I talk to Adrianne Finn, a certified SCOTT Pilates instructor, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Certified Yoga Teacher, TRX and barre instructor. If that wasn’t enough she also has her degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Science and currently works at an eating disorder treatment center where she helps patients honor t…
 
In this episode Caitie and I answer listener questions about Intuitive Movement. We answer the following questions: What is intuitive movement? How much movement do you actually need? How do I reconcile the need for movement if I don’t want to do it? What if you intuitively never want to move more than a short walk or activities of daily living (ie…
 
In this episode I talk to Lisa Du Breuil, a therapist specializing in binge eating disorder and substance use disorders. Lisa is a Health at Every Size practitioner with a private practice in Salem, MA. In this episode we talked about How the Health at Every Size paradigm aided in Lisa’s own eating disorder recovery. Her work as a therapist with co…
 
Christa Doran, owner of Tuff Girl in Hamden Connecticut is a good friend of mine and a true leader! She speaks with passion and conviction, she believes in women speaking up for themselves and taking up space. What makes Christa a leader like few others is her willingness to show her vulnerability and share her struggles. This is something I so ver…
 
Kevin Eastman worked with the NBA and college level Basketball players for over 40 years. In this time he learned a lot about what makes the best, the best. I had the pleasure of seeing him speak at a seminar and read his book "Why the best are the best". I thought he was a natural pick to be interviewed on leadership. If you are interested in read…
 
In this Episode I speak with Geralyn Coppersmith all about leadership. We discuss balancing focusing on working hard at where you are currently at while looking towards future goals, her new business venture and what has brought her there, who she looks at as a leader, and what qualities make a leader in her eyes.…
 
Chrissy King is a Milwaukee-based ISSA certified personal trainer and fitness blogger. Chrissy first stepped into a gym eight years ago with a weight loss goal. But she was soon introduced to strength training, and realized that this fitness modality brought her a sense of confidence and inner strength that was completely independent of her weight.…
 
Whenever I speak with Kari, I not only feel like she has sought out to understand me better but she helps to try and help me understand myself better. She is someone who I look to emulate because her listening skills, question asking skills and empathy skills are the best I have ever seen! In this podcast we talk all about how she has developed her…
 
Sadie Lincoln is the co-founder and CEO of barre3, a fitness studio company that started in Portland, OR. In this episode Sadie and I talk about one of her (and my) many missions: redefining what success in fitness means. We talk about: Tapping into your body’s wisdom and intuition The power of relationships and community The truth about modificati…
 
In the final podcast of my mental health series, I wanted to have a discussion around medication. There is still a great deal of stigma and fear around the use of medication to help out with these issues. If someone has a physical problem, no one looks at it as a weakness to use mediation for help but when it comes to mental health it can be viewed…
 
Keith is one of our most trusted physical therapists that we work with at Achieve. You would never know he experiences symptoms of depression when you meet him. In this podcast we talk about what depression looks like to him and how those of us in the health care provider world do not need to feel "perfect". Its ok to ask for help and its ok to hav…
 
Kimberley Quinlan is a perfect person to have on this mental health series as she is a licensed marriage and family therapist who uses CBT to help individuals with OCD, depression, anxiety, and eating disorders. Her podcast, Your Anxiety Toolkit, has been one of my go to’s for comfort in finding ways to help out with anxiety. She is a compassionate…
 
In this episode I speak with Stuart Ralph who is the creator of the OCD Stories website and podcast. Stuart explains what OCD actually looks like as many people has a misconception on how this anxiety producing condition affects individuals. He talks about his own OCD story and tells us some ways that he helps to manage this condition. To learn mor…
 
First up in this mental health podcast series, I sit down with my friend, Danielle Bromwich to discuss her experience dealing with anxiety. We talk about what anxiety looks like to her, how she is able to be open about her experience and how the gym and her support systems have been helpful in dealing with her anxiety.…
 
Christa Doran is hands down one of the strongest women I know! As the owner of Tuff Girl Fitness in Hamden Connecticut, she has dedicated her mission to helping other women feel and understand their full potential and power through strength of body and mind. A few weeks back, Chirsta and I got into a conversation about the lack of representation in…
 
Next up on the Strong Women's Series is Hannah Rettler who is a Women's Transformation coach. Hannah was brave enough to leave the security of her corporate desk job over a year ago to start her own business. Her goal is to help women bring out their inner strength and to feel unstuck. In this episode we talk a lot about fear and how it holds us ba…
 
The Renegades are back for the Strong Women Series! These women don't just show strength on the field and in the gym but in their relationships with one another and their dedication to their goals. In this episode we talk about the road to the Super Bowl, what was different from last season to this season and some of their favorite moments. These l…
 
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