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Retirement Coach, Kim Shea, talks to people who have happily reinvented themselves after a life event such as a layoff, health change, retirement, or an empty nest. Get inspired, and learn their secrets and tips for pivoting and thriving in the second half of life. You have more options than you might realize!
 
The Not Your Average Runner Podcast teaches plus-size, mid-life women practical ways to start running in the body they have right now. Certified Running & Life Coach Jill Angie combines her real-life experience and coaching wisdom to help women find joy in learning to run in a way that honors their unique size, shape, speed or age. You’ll be surprised at how much you can enjoy running when you know how to do it! Download a free one-week jumpstart plan to get started today at www.notyouravera ...
 
Hunger Hunt Feast is about leveraging the pattern that drives us to perform, provide and create. We feel a need, we work to fill that need and then we enjoy the fruits of our labor. Hunger drives us to Hunt and the Hunt provides the Feast. We can apply this to every area of our lives whether it’s improving our health, building a business or looking for a mate. The purpose of this podcast is to explore practical applications for these elements to help us achieve optimal health and success bot ...
 
Success on Demand is a community of ambitious women, who dive deep into stories about life lessons, growth, and business tactics. Every Monday we release a new episode on relevant topics. We also bring special guests onto the show who give us the real about entrepreneurship. Look out for new episodes and subscribe so you don't miss us! #JoinTheSisterhood on our facebook group "Success on Demand". Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/successondemand/support
 
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Lisa and I discuss the thought work she applied to her running and how it impacted the intentionality with which she approaches her goals. We’re diving into the importance of making time for the things we want as women, and although she’s injured right now, she’s sharing how she’s taking care of herself as part of her training routine. Get full sho…
 
What do current studies tell us about the risk of heart disease and cancer on an animal-based diet? In this episode Zane debunks the common school of thought around modern lifestyle diseases. QUICK NOTES FROM ZANE: A High protein diet reduces liver fat Recent studies don't support the recommendation to reduce saturated fat in the diet A low carb di…
 
This is a big episode this week. We're going to be chatting through what it looks like to champion neurodiversity in our relationships with our friends and family-- and really in the WORLD. We hope this episode is a good resource for navigating how to be a good friend to your community and be an advocate. You can find shownotes on this episode here…
 
I'm interviewing one of our incredible and inspirational NYAR Ambassadors, Robyn Harvard. We’re discussing the reality of returning to running after illness and injury, some practical tips to get you there, and how Robyn is focusing on her mindset and long-term goals to make sure she enjoys every run she embarks upon in the future. Get full show no…
 
Imagine yourself going on a one-way trip to medieval England. What items would you bring back with you? In this episode of The Medieval Podcast, Danièle prepares to go to the 14th century and has a list of modern things she would take back into the Middle Ages. You can support The Medieval Podcast on Patreon - go to https://www.patreon.com/medieval…
 
Dr. Sara Zeff Geber is a certified retirement coach and author of Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers. Sara has valuable information and suggestions for how to age safely and happily whether you don't have children or whether you have children who are unavailable for you. Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers SaraZeffGeber.com Thank…
 
Welcome back! When it comes to dieting, we have all heard the saying "everything is okay in moderation," right? In today's episode, Zane reveals the truth about alcohol in modern and how it relates to your weight loss journey. LINKS: Overview: How Is Alcohol Metabolized by the Body? https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6527027/ Binge drinki…
 
Cynthia reminds you of what’s possible for you, even if you’re full of doubt right now about whether you can be a runner. She’s sharing some of the biggest lessons she’s learned from being a member of our community, why rest and recovery are not nice-to-haves, and her best tips for runner safety. Get full show notes and more information here: https…
 
We're back! And we're so excited to kick off Season 2 of the podcast with a breezy chat about what we've been up to during our break! Then we take a deep dive into celebrity culture; how we feel about it, celebrities we've met and the natural curiosity about people in the spotlight. You can find shownotes on this episode here: https://www.makingane…
 
Welcome back to Hunger Hunt Feast! In today's episode we shed some light on the subject of Gout and the behind what really causes this disease. Hint: It isn't what your Doctor told you. Hit play to learn more! QUICK NOTES FROM ZANE: Dietary causes of gout Increase in incidence of gout in the US Role and sources of Uric Acid Metabolism of Fructose H…
 
Judith gives you the permission you might have been waiting for to like what you like and rock it. She’s outlining the foundation of real lasting makeovers, why this is an opportunity to get to know yourself at an even deeper level, and her best tips for coming back from a year of not getting dressed over the course of the pandemic. Get full show n…
 
One of the world’s most well-known and beloved medieval saints is, of course, St. Francis, a man who faced many tribulations in the form of physical illness and disability. This week, Danièle speaks with Donna Trembinski about what we can learn about the person behind the saint by studying how his physical life affected his spiritual life. You can …
 
I talk to some really interesting people on this podcast. But in this episode, I'm only talking to You. I want to be sure I am clear that everyone's retirement looks different, and the most important factor in your retirement is that you are happy with how you're living it. Thank you to Bokuwa and Wizzie2k for your music! https://open.spotify.com/a…
 
Relax, take a deep breath and let's talk about sympathetic vs parasympathetic, HRV, and everything you need to know about bringing more balance into your life. In this episode, Zane shares how the balance goes far past the 'woo-woo' health trends, what he is doing to bring more balance in his own life and body plus more. QUICK NOTES FROM ZANE: Defi…
 
Denny shares his take on the importance of focusing on what works for you versus trying to keep up with other people, and his experience of embracing the heart-rate training approach. The conversation doesn’t just end there though, because we’re also diving into injury prevention tips and cross-training, so you don’t want to miss this conversation!…
 
One of the things medieval and modern people definitely have in common is an interest in preventing unwanted pregnancies. This week, Danièle speaks with Eleanor Janega to get all the details on medieval contraception. You can support this podcast and Medievalists.net on Patreon - go to https://www.patreon.com/medievalists…
 
The keys to health and wellness aren't always in the hands of the latest trend or the newest health journal finding. A lot of times it is hiding in the simplest things we do day today. That is why today, Zane interviews Wim Hof Method certification holder, breathwork expert, and cold therapy advocate, Leigh Ewin! QUICK NOTES FROM ZANE: Oxygen Advan…
 
Civil Engineer John Teng, realized at a young age that the lifestyle he craved was up to him to achieve. After years of perseverance, it was his, but in mid-life, he sought mental help when things began to fall apart for him in private. The lessons he learned inspired him to write Hero Mindset as a guide for others. Hero Mindset https://livxtra.net…
 
If you identify as shy or an introvert, you might feel like confidence is a quality that’s simply out of reach for you. But confidence isn’t only for loud, outgoing people. Today, Elle shares her knowledge about all things confidence and self-esteem. She does not hold back the hard truths, and this is exactly why, whether you identify as a confiden…
 
Fasting, Macros, and Calories. Understanding these three topics are key for your weight loss journey. Listen in as Zane shares everything you need to know about these categories and what you can start doing today to reach your goals. QUICK NOTES FROM ZANE: 3 primary metrics for weight loss 1. How often to eat 2. Macronutrient ratios 3. Caloric inta…
 
Find out the four biggest life lessons I’ve learned over 200 episodes of this podcast. From being unapologetically myself to failure and learning to take the first step in any endeavor, I hope you’ll be able to apply these teachings and discover what you can create in your own life too! Get full show notes and more information here: https://notyour…
 
Among the most popular folk heroes of the Middle Ages is one who hails not from a traditional kingdom, but from the animal kingdom. This week, Danièle speaks with Anne Louise Avery about the charming, troubling, and evergreen trickster, Reynard the Fox. You can support this podcast on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/medievalists…
 
Welcome, Dr. Tom to Hunger Hunt Feast! Tom is the first dentist in the US to apply DNA-PCR technology to all of his patients in the treatment of oral infections, he is the founder of Oral DNA Labs: sold to Quest Diagnostics and Chief Dental Officer for Quest Diagnostics. Listen in as Zane and Dr. Tom talk about how the bacteria in your mouth can ca…
 
When Vickie Braden lost a job she loved, she didn't know where she was headed but knew she wanted to make a difference. A serendipitous encounter with strangers in an airport led her to a new and fulfilling career. Vickie is a licensed insurance agent specializing in Medicare. If you have tried to navigate Medicare on your own, then you know how co…
 
Discover how to start running with the run-walk approach! I’m giving you everything you need to know about where to start if you’re brand new at this, as well as modifications for those of you who have been running without stopping so far and want to give this a try. Experimentation is the name of the game, and I’m showing you how to use it to find…
 
This week on the podcast we spend some time answering all of YOUR questions for us! We didn't get to answer all of the questions submitted but we still cover quite a few! This is our last podcast episode before our wee break. We'll be back in July with more though so never fear! You can find shownotes on this episode here: https://www.makinganeffor…
 
Today on Hunger Hunt Feast Zane welcomes hormone replacement expert, Nicole Sconzo. Hear Nicoles' incredible fitness journey and how she has achieved optimal health at age 51 and is just getting started. If you have ever wondered if hormone replacement is for you, hit play and hear your answers! QUICK NOTES FROM ZANE: Hormone changes for men and wo…
 
Stan Lieberman had many career options following college. Though he loved philosophy then, and still does today, his professor suggested he find another career for financial reasons. Once Stan saw Sputnik launch into space, he knew he wanted to be a part of that arena. He became a successful rocket scientist. When it was time to retire, Stan reinve…
 
If this is your first 5K, you’re probably feeling overwhelmed and nervous, but Rebels, as always, I got you. I'm sharing my best tips for following your training plan to the T, even when you don’t want to, the logistical aspects to consider as you get closer to race day, and my etiquette tips so you can run your own race and cross that finish line …
 
This week we thought we'd talk about rest; what it looks like for us, how we know when we're heading to burnout and ways that we've been able to integrate it into our lives. It's been such a learning curve for us both to understand and respond to our body's cues when we need time out - we hope it helps you as well! You can find shownotes on this ep…
 
If you have listened to Hunger Hunt Feast for any amount of time you are already aware of the health issues and dangers around soy and soy products. In today's episode, Zane takes a further look into the soy conversation as it regards to women, estrogen, and even pregnancy. QUICK NOTES FROM ZANE: Isoflavones are know to cause infertility in livesto…
 
Listen in this week to discover whether you’re ready for your first 5K! I’m laying out the top three worst-case scenarios people believe that stop them from even trying, and my tips on what to consider when you’re picking a training plan. And make sure to tune in next week where we’ll be getting into the nuts and bolts of 5K training! Get full show…
 
Among the most powerful kingdoms in the medieval period was Solomonic Ethiopia, a Christian kingdom that sought out contact with Western Europe in the Late Middle Ages. This week, Danièle speaks with Verena Krebs about contact between Solomonic Ethiopia and Western Europe, how historians have misconstrued Ethiopian interests in the past, and what w…
 
This year's version of the International Congress on Medieval Studies was held online. This week, Danièle is joined by Peter Konieczny to discuss their highlights from the conference. You can learn more about the congress at https://wmich.edu/medievalcongress To learn more about our Patreon, please go to https://www.patreon.com/medievalists…
 
Would you go on vacation with friends? Not just any friends, though, right? You need the right fit. In this episode we discuss the ins and outs of going on trips with friends and what kind of person we are when it comes to planning trips and having a relaxing time away. For show notes, don't forget to check out https://www.makinganeffortpodcast.com…
 
What you read on the back of food labels should scare you more than any campfire story... In this episode, Zane talks in-depth about the dangers of soy, soybeans, and soy oil. Learn how soy seems to be hiding behind every corner in the food pyramid, how it affects your overall health, and why everyone in your family should take preventive action. Q…
 
Overcoming the mental drama and stories we hold on to can often be the hardest part of anyone’s transformation, and Kelsey is sharing why this was such a big aspect of her journey as a runner, and how she’s now impacting other women as our ambassador. She’s got so much wisdom and enthusiasm to share, and no matter where you may be on your journey, …
 
This week we are so delighted to share your voices. So many of you wrote in and sent us your voice notes to tell us about how your ideas of faith and spirituality have shifted over the years. THANK YOU! We come to this episode not as experts of any kind, but to listen to you and share our own evolving experiences of faith, God, church and all that …
 
If you love running or have lived an active lifestyle for any amount of time, you have probably heard the term "carb-up before a long run" This is just one of many myths our guest is going to bust today. Join Zane and 2019 Women's World Record in 400m at the age of 43, 2019 US National Champion in 400m, 800m and the author of "Fast Over 40", Cynthi…
 
Grace Shelley is a Fine Art and Photographic Artist. Growing up in Alaska, traveling the world, and living in Southern California have inspired her paintings and her photography. She is able to see through mud to showcase water lilies, and manipulate an ordinary photograph to highlight a special moment in a client's memory. Grace has always approac…
 
I'm chatting with Elsbeth about her running journey so far and what has contributed to some of the most transformational changes she’s experienced over the last few years. The power of your thinking and how much it can influence the quality of your experience as a runner is not to be dismissed, and Elsbeth is the perfect example of just how importa…
 
An uplifting episode of fun medieval poetry! This week, Danièle reads nine of her favorites poems, which tell of a student who wants to enjoy the day, a priest and a wolf, pet peeves about courtly love, a goliard's feast, and more. If you want to support this podcast and Medievalists.net, you can do so at https://www.patreon.com/medievalists Sign u…
 
What does it mean to be a good leader? Are we all leading someone in some way? This is what we're diving into this week. We talk about trust, expecting people to fail and accountability. There's a lot to unpack here about being a leader and a follower. As always you can find any relevant links in our shownotes on https://www.makinganeffortpodcast.c…
 
Welcome back to Hunger Hunt Feast! Listen in to Zane's conversation with Chris Irvin. Chris is an M.S. in Exercise Science and Nutrition and an advocate for the carnivore lifestyle. Hear why Chris thinks Red Meat is the best superfood, how eating healthy is easier than you think, and more. QUICK NOTES FROM ZANE: Provides education material for Perf…
 
Join Stormi and I this week as I quiz her on the role running plays in her life and how her thoughts about running shifted from it being a punishment to something that feels joyful. Thought work has helped her overcome hurdles we all face when going after big goals, and she’s sharing some of the tools she’s implemented to manifest her dreams into r…
 
The Art of Courtly Love by Andreas Capellanus is a twelfth-century guide to the ins and outs of medieval love affairs, from how to find love to how to keep it - and why maybe it’s best to avoid it altogether. This week, Danièle speaks with Peter Konieczny about this fascinating book, and why it’s probably time to ditch some of its outdated dating a…
 
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