You will not be disappointed with today's episode as Joey has a fantastic story to share. We start from when he is folding towels in a gym to having grown his gym memberships by 700%. We discuss the intangibles of health & fitness and how to live your best life!
Reach out to Joey & Exemplar Fitness:
Via website: https://www.exemplarfitness.com/
Today, I had an absolute blast interviewing Jenny Fisher. Jenny, aka fitfishmom, is an oblique ambassador here in Charleston and provides amazing content via her social media channels. If you really want to see what Charleston, SC is like while seeing some very cool workouts, I highly recommend you check her out! I really enjoyed our conversation today and I hope you do as well.
Reach out to Jenny:
Via Facebook: www.facebook.com/pg/fitfishmom/about/?ref=page_internal
Via Instagram: @fitfishmom
I am very excited to be joined by personal trainer Heather Black on today's episode. Heather is a local personal trainer in Charleston, SC and was recently featured on the cover of Oblique Magazine as the cover model. She is a mother a four and she shares her amazing knowledge of how to be the best version of yourself. If you are interested in fitness and health, I think you will really enjoy this episode.
Reach out to Heather:
Via Instagram: @heatherblackfit
Via Website: heatherblackfitness.com
Today we are joined by Nutrition and Lifestyle Coach, Courtney Burisch. We had a very great conversation covering nutrition, sleep, and stress management. I really enjoyed our conversation today and I highly recommend everyone check her out.
Reach out to Courtney:
Via Instagram: @organic_blondie
Today's episode is a little different than my typical podcast. I am excited to be joined by Tom Moriarity on episode 68 of The Healthy Charleston Podcast. Tom is the Director of Rehabilitation at East Cooper Rehabilitation Center located in Mt. Pleasant, SC. Tom has also been on multiple sides of the coin as a Staff PT, being part of a private clinic, and now in his current corporate role at East Cooper Rehabilitation Center. We go down some very interesting rabbit holes and I really think you will enjoy his take on things.
Reach out to Tom and East Cooper Rehabilitation Center:
Via Website: https://www.eastcoopermedctr.com/
On episode 67 of The Healthy Charleston Podcast, we have three very special guests filling in for me. They are Dane Gifford, Nate Jones, and Matt Shiver of Made 2 Move Physical Therapy. They address the challenges of Olympic weightlifting, what it's like to diet as an Olympic lifter, and the many definitions of fatigue and physiological adaptations.
On Episode 66 of The Healthy Charleston I am joined by Mental Guru, Brian Durbin, of Synchronicity located in Mt. Pleasant, SC. We have a very informative conversation based around the ideas and practices of his well-being practice. Feelings of well-being are fundamental to the overall health of an individual, enabling them to successfully overcome difficulties and achieve what they want out of life. Past experiences, attitudes and outlook can all impact well-being as can physical or emotional trauma following specific incidents.
Reach out to Brian:
Via Website: https://thesynclife.com/
On Episode 65 of The Healthy Charleston Podcast, I am excited to be joined by Dr. Meg Henderson. Meg is a post-par-tum physical therapist and we get into how a woman's health can be determined after giving birth to a child. Dr. Meg was kind enough to share her knowledge of this field with us on today's episode.
Reach out to Dr. Meg:
Via Instagram: @4thtrimester.chs
On episode 64 of The Healthy Charleston Podcast I am pleased to be joined by Carl Dearing of CDFIT. Carl Dearing's work in functional training and individual program design stems from work as an exercise physiologist in the hospital and physical therapy settings and as a sports performance coach for high school, college, and professional athletes in Philadelphia. Athletes, top business professionals, and people of all stages of life have chosen Carl and his outlook and insight into the human body to help them achieve peak performance, heightened body awareness, and increased quality of life.
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Meet USA Triathlon Elite Youth & Junior Certified Coach Shana Fitch with Palmetto Tribe! Shana is someone with 2 passions and somehow has merged them together to create something awesome! Can you picture kids racing triathlons and training for endurance events! We can! And We love it! Shana created Palmetto Tribe for exactly that! She wanted to give kids the opportunity to learn and grow through training and teamwork with endurance sports. Her program has made endurance fun for these kids and given them a place to safely push their limits and grow. They have created a "tribe" where the kids learn amazing skills both in training and outside of training...in life!
Shana ran the 400 and 800 in college at Virginia Tech then eventually found triathlons and get hooked! She loves triathlons and the kids so much! She made the bold decision to leave her digital marketing job and go all in with Palmetto Tribe! The program offers 6 week training programs and they even have a travel team where kids compete and train together!! They are swimming, biking, and running! And throwing in some cross training and life lessons as well!!!
Shana program is so innovative and impactful. They take on a wide range of things beyond endurance training and trying to make these kids overall beter athletes and frankly, we believe, better humans.