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Wellness Force Radio | Wellness | Emotional Intelligence | Behavior Change | Mindset | Fitness | Nutrition | Technology

On this podcast, you’ll learn from global experts who are dedicating their lives to being a positive force for your physical and emotional wellness. Your host, Josh Trent, wellness influencer & digital health technology expert, spotlights ​premier thought leaders in the fields of emotional intelligence, mindset, behavior change, health, wellness, fitness, & technology that empower you with the tools and inspiration to transform your mind, body, & spirit. Every week, this is your trusted access to exceptional people that will teach you the connections between your emotions & healthy habits, to live your best life & enjoy the process. After struggling with weight & health issues in adolescence, Josh lost over 75 lbs and transformed his own life by becoming a fitness professional & training over 10,000 sessions since 2004. Voted by Onalytica as a "Top 50 Digital Health Influencer of 2015," Josh’s vision is clear: To Empower Greater Wellness In Over One Million Lives Through Technology & Emotion Listen as Josh showcases guests who are a real-life forces of wellness & discover how to change old habits with new technologies during his in-depth expert interviews. Topics include: behavior change, wellness, emotional intelligence, psychology, habits, technology, mindset, fitness, health, organic supplementation, bio-hacking, transformation, digital health, quantified self, mHealth, wearable technology, wellness applications and more. 
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Feb 24, 2016

This EP is #1 for the Wellness Force archives! Dan Pardi is an entrepreneur and researcher whose life’s work is centered on how to facilitate health behaviors in others.

He is the developer of Loop Model to Sustain Health Behaviors to help people live a healthy lifestyle in a modern world. He does research with the Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Department at Stanford, and the Departments of Neurology and Endocrinology at Leiden University in the Netherlands. His current research looks at how sleep influences decision making (publications).

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Dan also works with Naval Special Warfare to help the most elite fighters in the world maintain vigilant performance in both combat and non-combat conditions. Formerly, Dan served as Board Chairman of the Investigator Initiated Sponsored Research Association, a global non-profit aimed to promote best practices in the arena of academic research grants.

Early in his career, he served as a Division 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach where he designed year-round training protocols for 13 different athletic teams.

Listen As Dan Uncovers The Secrets To Creating An Optimal Lifestyle Framework:

  • Why should you do it?
  • Are you doing it?
  • Is it working?

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Feb 16, 2016

On this episode we're diving deep into the broth of edu-tastement! Chef Lance Roll takes us through a journey about the story behind the healing powers of bone broth and how it has been revolutionizing the health and wellness industry for the past couple of years.

Heal, With Bone Broth!

The Flavor Chef, Lance Roll, has been cooking professionally for 25 years. His career started in 1998 when he joined the team with Chef Mark Strausman at Sapore Di Mare in New York. He spent 2.5 years there learning classical European cooking principals and Tuscan Cuisine.

Heal Your Gut, Heal Your Immune System

Armed with the knowledge of the body’s natural healing capacity and being a lifelong student of food, Chef Lance Roll comes in and brings us why and how bone broth aids in repairing our bodies and leading us toward holistic health and wellness.

He stands firmly behind bone broth as he himself has gone through an amazing transition, going through his personal path of healing his own health issues.

Listen As Chef Lance Uncovers

  • The healing transition he went through after he discovered the power of bone broth
  • Being Paul Chek’s student and personal chef
  • His favorite books from health and wellness experts who swear by the healing properties of bone broth
  • How bone broth can actually reduce protein intake for people
  • Organic, grass-fed animals where bone broth should be taken from and the process it takes to get certified
  • His morning routine, which I also do - and you should also be doing!

The Bone Broth Process

Chicken soup and bone broth isn’t just good for the soul: there’s a reason that it’s prescribed by doctors and mothers alike when you’re feeling under the weather.

All bone broths: beef, chicken, fish, lamb and more are staples in the traditional diets of every culture because bone broths are nutrient-dense, easy to digest, rich in flavor and–they boost the body’s ability to heal.

Chef Lance Roll takes us through the process by which bone broth is made, and how long the certain process takes. Bone broth can be done at home or obtained from external sources - but we have to make sure we get them from certified organic suppliers and that the animals were treated without cruelty.

B.R.O.T.H.: Blessed Return Of Traditional Healing

Your body doesn’t recognize chemicals; it recognizes food.

Chef Lance is a big believer in using food as a healing modality, and he talks about how our bodies don’t really react to the chemicals in the things we eat.

He goes back to the traditional way of cooking - prep it, cook it, eat it. There is an emphasis here on the importance of authentic food - food that can actually be recognized by the body, and therefore can be digested and used for healing and repair.

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Feb 9, 2016

Scott Colby, also known as the fitness industry's "Abs Expert" is a fitness coach, entrepreneur, and the host to the Power To Change podcast.

Scott brings on the most inspirational stories from people who have transformed their minds, bodies and lives to find out what gives people the power to overcome obstacles and make changes so they can live with more passion and purpose.

With a background in medical research, Scott had ample knowledge of the way our bodies work, making his transition into health and fitness an easy one. He has helped numerous people with his accountability groups and coaching programs - and he’s not about to stop just yet.

WHY ACCOUNTABILITY MATTERS

Growing up, Scott always had a problem with his body image and was the kind of guy who refused to take off his shirt at the pool or beach.

He just didn’t feel good about it. Over time, he realized it was important to create a change and embrace that change.

But stating a goal is different from actually doing it and having someone take a look at it - not because of the need for validation, but because one needs to be pushed toward the direction he needs to take. Sometimes, we are our own worst enemy and that’s what accountability is for. To motivate us to reach the end goal.

Scott emphasized that end goals should be for the purpose of giving yourself a pat on the back and complimenting yourself for a job well done - it is not for the affirmation.

LISTEN AS SCOTT TALKS ABOUT

  • His biochemical engineering education and previous work with medical research; he was featured in journals such as Spine and Gait and Posture
  • How he conceptualized and materialized the Her Strength Dallas Bootcamp
  • Words that we should take out of our vocabulary to enhance our mindset
  • The three habits he does to ensure wellness, both in body and mind
  • Having the ultimate power of choice!

The Gratitude Challenge

There are those times when we feel lost and almost incapable of getting up. Scott Colby reminds us to get up and be grateful - even for the smallest and most trivial things. Anchoring our gratitude to something we are already doing helps in reminding us to express it. Still having a tough time? Write down the things you are grateful for for 7 straight days! You may just pick up a habit.

Getting Fit For Photos Through Gratitude And Accountability

In his community, he has his members write down the things they are grateful for. You wouldn’t believe what he found out! Not only did the members enjoy writing down their gratitude, but they enjoyed reading others’ list more! He says it’s like a glimpse into other people’s lives!

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Feb 2, 2016

What long term positive effects can nootropics give to our busy lives? Can new breakthroughs in cognitive neuroscience help us attain the focused state of attention to meet the demands of our busy modern world?

Andrew Hill, PhD, is a lecturer, scientist, explorer, and also the lead neuroscientist at TruBrain. Today on the show, Dr. Hill and I discuss everything from frontal lobes to biofeedback, and more. 

Focused Attention

Improving focus and efficiency is the greatest weapon for ambitious people looking to accomplish more. In today’s connected 24/7 world, clocking more hours in the office no longer provides the same unique advantage that it used to.

To become more efficient, you first need to understand your equation for productivity. This equation starts with the human brain and how your brainwave states dictate your output. Because we measure brainwaves, we can actually quantify what happens in the brain when someone is in a focused state.

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Cognitive Neuroscience 

Dr. Hill holds a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience from UCLA's department of Psychology and continues to do research on attention and cognitive performance. He is the Lead Neuroscientist for truBrain, an LA-based mental performance company, as well as the cofounder of Alternatives Addiction Treatment.

He lectures at UCLA, teaching courses in psychology, neuroscience, and gerontology,and has recently opened a peak brain performance center in Los Angeles named the Peak Brain Institute.

From a storied perspective, Dr. Hill’s road to being a neuroscientist has been the ultimate heroes journey: In the past, he’s worked on a farm, in technology sector, in mental health facilities, and many different previous careers that give him a unique understanding of how humans behave and what holds them back, and the science of how brain health can literally change lives.

Currently focused on developing tools and technologies to help everyday citizens enhance their cognitive performance outside of the lab---- as the lead neuroscientist at TruBrain, an LA-based mental performance company, Dr, Hill is the founding director of Alternatives Behavioral health AND the Alternatives Brain Institute.

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