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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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Jun 28, 2016

On this week’s podcast, New York Times Best-selling author and striving Yogi, Karan Bajaj, shares how sabbaticals, vipassana meditation, and living in his dharma has helped him create more power, clarity, and purpose in his life and for millions of readers.

The Purpose Driven Life

The sad reality is that only one out of every three Americans are now reported to be very happy. It's no surprise that on the wrong road, we can find ourselves feeling disconnected from our passion, discontent with where we are, and craving a shift towards a more purpose driven life.

In our journey, we may do many things to find purpose again including changing jobs or in finding temporary satisfactions through "weapons of mass distractions," like alcohol, food, and even the wrong relationships.

To find a purpose driven life however, Karan plants the seed of thought that what we may need to do is simply create the time to focus on what we truly desire through yoga, meditation, and sabbaticals.

To be able to feel more content with yourself and where you are in life, Karan guides us to the focus of stripping away your emotional materialism.

How to Strip Yourself of Emotional Materialism

Emotional materialism is defined by Karan as “constantly wanting to become something or someone better.

A person who focuses on emotional materialism is someone who is incessantly looking for growth within jobs, social circles, and experiences in order to become “someone better,” all without ever feeling good about where they are. They believe that once they have become that "better person" or achieved something bigger, only then will they be truly happy. 

This however is the exact opposite of how to become content with who we truly are.

After we strip ourselves of emotional materialism, we become more selfless. After we become more selfless, we can see ourselves as the best medium for carrying out our work; the magic of contentment is that it doesn’t even matter if that work fails.

To a Yogi, the most important thing is that they are a vessel that carries out their work.

But how do we begin this process of changing our mindset and not focus on becoming something else, but on who we are right now? How can we truly strip ourselves of emotional materialism and become selfless?

Karan suggests three powerful steps: Learn, Reflect, and Meditate.

To be content, you must do all three consistently over time.

In order to allow ourselves to simply just “be,” we get to learn through secondary resources such as books and people, reflect on those learnings, and finally experience what we have learned through meditation.

Finding Contentment in Your Life

It is obvious that if you are consumed with negative thoughts about where you are, then you won't be able to lead a life of happiness.

Many people believe that true contentment is found in reaching the "moment" from when they get from Point A to Point B. Ironically, their current purpose might just be where they currently are right now; between Point A and Point B.

"Instead of focusing on how to get from Point A to Point B, you must pause for a moment to give yourself the space to help you feel content with yourself, which will lead you to find your purpose." - Karan Bajaj

If you rush yourself and forget to learn, reflect, and meditate, you won’t be able to take the powerful moment to pause for thoughts such as, “I am what I am. I’m where I’m currently at in life, and I’m going to be the best me that I can be.”

Karan teaches to not rush life, and rather take it one day at a time to see where it can lead you.

How To Prepare For A Sabbatical or Meditation Retreat

In the process of Karan living out his dharma, he realized that he didn’t need to spend time following radical goals, but rather to enjoy "being" and discovering his true path through meditation.

To help do this, Karan has taken two, one year long sabbaticals.

He calls this the 4-1-4 rule.  Work for 4 years diligently, take one year off, then return for 4 more years. However, not everyone can take an entire year away from their work, family, and life to spend on reflecting and meditating.

Some people follow a 7 -1-7 rule by working 7 weeks and then taking a week off. Karan also suggests taking short, meaningful vacations by spending time in new environment or doing a 10-day meditation retreat.

By letting everything familiar go on a sabbatical, you get to dissolve your habits and cyclical thinking so that you can start anew again on your return. The only true prerequisite for a meditation retreat is that you welcome it with an open mind and have an acceptance for you and those around you.

You may be thinking that doing a sabbatical or meditation retreat such as Vipassana can be a scary experience. You may even question whether or not it will be easy for you to let go of society's conditioning and commit yourself to focusing on meditation for so many days.

These worries are very common for people who are new to meditation retreats, but embracing this fear and going through the threshold can be a life-changing experience.

About Karan Bajaj

Karan Bajaj is a #1 bestselling Indian novelist with more than 200,000 copies of his novels in print, both optioned into major films. Karan's first worldwide novel, The Yoga of Max's Discontent, will be published by Random House on May 3rd' 2016. The book, called "The greatest adventure of our Generation" by The Daily Telegraph was inspired by Karan's one year sabbatical traveling from Europe to India by road and learning yoga and meditation in the Himalayas.

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Karan has also worked in senior executive roles at companies like Procter & Gamble and the Boston Consulting Group and was named among Ad Age's "Top 40 Under 40 executives" in the US.

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More About "The Yoga of Max's Discontent"

The book is about a Wall Street investment banker who becomes a yogi in the Himalayas and is both a page turning adventure through the hidden underbelly of India and a contemporary take on man’s classic quest for transcendence.

The book is receiving excellent advance reviews with The Daily Telegraph calling it “The greatest adventure of our generation” and Sharon Gannon saying it’s “A superb meditation on effort and grace, on the level of Herman Hesse and Victor Frankl,”

Resources Mentioned In The Show

Listen To Karan Share

  • What it takes and what it means to become a modern yogi.
  • How can you do a sabbatical with a family?
  • The story behind writing his book, the Yoga of Max’s Discontent
  • The definition of emotional materialism and how to strip it from your life.
  • The difference between Americans and Indians with finding a passion in their careers.
  • How can we allow ourselves to just “be” instead of trying to become something.
  • How does the degree of inner work we do help grow our financial wealth?
  • What is the 4-1-4 year model and how can people use it in their life?
  • How can we constructively take time off from work to begin anew?
  • How can we improve our own intuition?
  • How to know if you’re ready for a 10-day meditation retreat or Vipassana meditation.
  • His experience working for American corporations such as Procter & Gamble and Kraft Foods.
  • What inspired him to take a third sabbatical after the untimely death of his mother.
  • What life was like growing up and seeing people come to his village to practice yoga in ashrams and caves.
  • Why people leave for sabbaticals and other personal quests at some point in their life.

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Jun 21, 2016

On this week’s podcast, celebrity trainer of NBC's The Biggest Loser season 11, Brett Hoebel, discusses how we all can discover our unique healthy life, why our struggle can be our greatest gift, and how we can get clear on the choices that will truly make a difference.

On this show, Brett shares his own story about when he experienced his own “Fitting Point” moment as a teenager. This would be a key moment in his life that led him to find his new, inner strength to overcome his struggles with poor nutrition.

Without knowing it then, this new lifestyle change and a passion for fitness would lead him to have a career that he loves as one of best known trainers in the health and fitness community.

In a world where we follow busy schedules that can include a family, a career, and other commitments, it can be difficult to find the time and motivation to fit in a good workout.

Living a healthy lifestyle can be even more difficult if we’re battling inner demons that keep us from being the best that we can be both inside and outside the gym.

How To Find Fitness From Within

The reality is that if you force yourself to exercise or eat healthy foods without the right passion for it, you will always see changing your lifestyle as something negative. With this attitude, you will view these changes as something that you have to have happen and not what you truly get to let happen.

At some point, you will see a lifestyle change as something positive when you finally find a personal connection to fitness. This connection gets to be be something that moves you forward on an emotional level.

It can become very tiresome and boring to do the same exercises week after week. To change it up, Brett recommends finding something that truly energizes you and makes you excited to live a fitter life- in or outside the gym walls.

Brett, for example, really enjoys taking the time to do Salsa dancing classes before getting into his workout.

Takeaway: Do whatever works for you to make you happy and feel motivated!

Discovering Your Fitting Point

As easy as it may sound, finding your passion to live a healthy lifestyle is not always so simple. Life comes with so many different obstacles and curve balls that can stop us or put us off track from exercising, eating nutritious foods, and enjoying living healthy.

Even Brett went through many struggles as an overweight teenager. He was involved in many sports growing up, but would overeat unhealthy foods with gluten and sugar that were against the diet he was supposed to be following. In denial of his emotional eating disorder and at rock-bottom, he had a sudden revelation and found his “Fitting Point.”

The Fitting Point is when a person has found a moment in their life when they find inner strength and realize a change needs to be made for them to become healthy. This change may be trying to schedule a time to workout out more or, like Brett, stop eating unhealthy, processed foods and eat more natural foods.

Identifying Your Life Passion

It can be a long journey to discover what drives you to be excited about living healthy.

Similarly, you may also face different paths and interests by attending different classes and switching careers before you truly find a major or job that you can be passionate about each day.

When Brett began college, he was not doing as well as he had hoped to do and just wasn’t excited about what he was studying. With some advice from his father, Brett decided to change his major to Pre-Med because he really loved studying science. By changing his major, Brett was finally excited about his classes and had the motivation to do better in school.

This switch greatly helped Brett, but he soon found out that a Pre-Med major was not his true calling because it lacked the human interaction that he really enjoys. With another revelation, Brett discovered that fitness was his true passion. This would eventually lead him down a new path to his successful career as a fitness trainer.

We will all go through some difficult moments in life when we don’t feel passionate about what we’re doing. But if we dig down deep and think about what truly makes us happy, it will lead us to something that we truly love.

It can take time, sometimes lots of time, but when you find your calling, you will realize that everything that led up to that moment helped you along the way and the journey was worth it.

More About Brett:

As the author and creator of the revolutionary 20 Minute Body™ book and DVDs, and celebrity trainer on NBC’s The Biggest Loser season 11, Brett Hoebel is one of the country’s most sought-after experts for fast fat-loss, nutrition and motivation.

He was also one of the health and fitness experts on Food Network’s Fat Chef, as well as the brains behind the RevAbs® DVDs from Beachbody (producers of P90-X).Greatist named Brett one of the world’s “Top 100 Health and Fitness Influencers” with others including Michelle Obama and Jillian Michaels; and has been touted as “Best of New York” by New York Magazine and Allure.

His “fitness from within” philosophy and body-mind approach come from his struggles as an overweight teenager and diverse experiences in different Eastern and Western disciplines, including his martial arts training in capoeira while in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.

Resources Mentioned In The Show

Listen To Brett Uncover

  • How to find the motivation and inspiration to be fit.
  • His past and struggles as an overweight teenager.
  • How to know if you are at the Fitting Point and finding your drive within to exercise and make changes to your life.
  • His longing to find belonging at school as a child while following a strict diet.
  • His experience growing up with a variety of different sports.
  • How his mother helped him improve his nutrition habits by giving him advice on what healthy foods to eat.
  • How his dad helped him discover what he wanted to study in college.
  • His journey to becoming a personal trainer.
  • How he was chosen to be on The Biggest Loser.
  • What happens when The Biggest Loser seasons are done?
  • How The Biggest Loser contestants have been able to keep the weight off.
  • How you can stick to a new workout and nutrition program.
  • What technology he uses to help train The Biggest Loser contestants and other clients.

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Jun 14, 2016

Damon Gameau, Actor, Director, Author, filmmaker and the creator of "That Sugar Film" drops by Wellness Force radio to discuss why he's started a movement to help change the way you think about "healthy foods."

It's no surprise that many people you know have either dealt with or currently are in the process of breaking free from sugar.

Modern day research papers from top leaders in the wellness movement are now showing the exact science as to why it so incredibly hard to let go of sugar:

We are physiologically wired so that once we come in contact with sugar (which is rare in nature), that we crave it more and more.

With clients, I see a lot of great progress in activity, sleep, and hydration, but this sugar piece this is a subtle foe; when you least expect it, it can slowly creep back into the diet and start wreaking havoc on progress. 

Sugar & Childhood

This episode hit me in both the chest and in the stomach.

On today's show, I talk about some things from my childhood that came during the live interview with Damon, and he shares the shocking findings of his 60 day "healthy food challenge" where he developed nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and gained an incredible amount of weight.

All from eating 2300 or less calories a day while maintaining healthy exercise levels by eating "heart approved" healthy foods.

Breaking Free From Sugar

If you're on a wellness journey and letting go of old weight, or if you're looking for more energy then this is going to be an absolute knockout for you!

This week on the podcast, Damon Gameau of the documentary, That Sugar Film, shares with us how the food, media, and grocery store industries continue to push us into consuming more and more sugar, how that sugar affects us, and what we can do to fight back and eat healthy.

During the filming of That Sugar Film, Damon visited the United States and purposefully ate foods and drinks that we see as healthy, but actually have tons of hidden sugar. As you will discover, the experiment took a toll on his body, mind, and emotional energy.

There’s nothing wrong with treating ourselves to something delicious once in awhile, but when we have a soda here, a candy bar there, and a strawberry banana smoothie from Jamba Juice on our way home from work, every grain of sugar starts to add up. All these sweet foods and drinks may give us a quick buzz of energy, but left unchecked we can find ourselves in a sugar coma, ready to crash, and emotionally drained.

We all know that too much sugar is “bad for you,” but what do we do when there’s hidden sugar in supposedly healthy foods such as smoothies, yogurts, sports drinks, and juices. 

Taking Advantage of Our Biology

The advertising and media industries have a lot of power that manipulates our food and beverage choices. Through television, social media, point-of-sale and other outlets, these advertisements can spread fast and vary greatly, including celebrity endorsements and promoting important charitable causes.

Celebrities such as Beyonce are singing the praises of Pepsi and even sports star LeBron James has promoted McDonald’s and the pizza franchise Blaze. Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) sells some of the unhealthiest fast food that can cause so much damage to our bodies, but yet promotes cancer awareness by selling Buckets for the Cure.

These endorsements and promotions send mixed signals to children and adults alike.

Humans tend to crave sugars as a default. Even the mental image of sugary foods release the same endorphins as the feeling of love and happiness. Just simply seeing an image of a chocolate bar, soda, or a juicy burger from McDonald’s with the slogan, “I’m lovin’ it,” can flip the switch in our brain to crave these types of empty calorie products.

Thin On The Outside, Fat On The Inside

There’s a wide misconception that if you’re thin, you’re automatically healthy and if you’re fat, you’re unhealthy.

But the reality is, you can be thin and at a normal weight with a very high metabolic rate and still be eating lots of processed foods with added sugars. This is known in Australia as “TOFI,” or in America as “skinny fat,” where large amounts of fat surrounding your internal organs is present that can’t be seen from the outside.

At some point over the course of many years of drinking sodas and eating foods with high amounts of sugar, a person can face extreme health dangers such as diabetes and heart attacks. During the production of That Sugar Film, Damon himself suffered from the beginnings of fatty liver disease within just 3 weeks of his sugar experiment.

Can we turn back the clocks? Not really, but what we can do to improve our health for the future, is to go through the process of eating healthier foods and avoiding sugars. Over time, your body, mind, and energy will improve with natural sugars from fruits and vegetables.

Uncovering The Truth About Sugar

For many years, the sugar and food industries have been hiding information from us by not sharing entire lists or percentages of ingredients on nutrition labels. Without even realizing it, we were probably consuming even more added sugar than we should have each day!

These industries still need to provide more information to the public, but fortunately, organizations like the FDA are working to have the sugar and food industries include more information and larger labels on packaging to help people understand what they’re actually consuming.

This change is so important in order to have the freedom to make nutritious decisions each day.

You can turn your back to the food and sugar industries as well by doing your own research and discovery healthier alternatives. One good tip to keep in mind is to stay within the perimeters of grocery stores and try to eat as many foods without nutrition labels.

Just focus on eating natural foods such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, fish, meat, and poultry.  

More About Damon Gameau:

Damon Gameau is an Actor, Director, Author, filmmaker and the creator of "That Sugar Film" that will change the way you think about healthy foods.

As the highest grossing documentary of all time in Australia, it stars actors Hugh Jackman and comedian Stephen Fry. With over 300 special-effects scenes, what’s more intense than the ride you'll go on in the movie and in this interview, is the impact of this film on the sugar industry.

Not only is Damon well known for That Sugar Film, but he also appeared in the Australian series Love My Way, the 2002 Australian film The Tracker, and in a small role in the US series How I Met Your Mother.

You can read Damon’s latest blog, recipes, and more. He has also written That Sugar Book which is based on the film.

Resources Mentioned In The Show

Listen To Damon Uncover

  • How being “TOFI” or skinny fat by eating sugars can harm our health in the future
  • Action steps you can take to beat sugar for good
  • How to stop sugar fatigue
  • What Damon learned about sugar from nutritionists and scientists
  • How sugar affects our minds and bodies
  • What to do to eat healthier and avoid foods and drinks with added sugars
  • What you should know about the sugar and food industry
  • How the media and celebrity endorsements work to get us to consume excess sugar
  • Different sugars: fructose, glucose, lactose, and sucrose

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Jun 7, 2016

When you hear the word, “craving,” what comes to mind?

It might be a feeling or an itch, that if left unscratched, will eventually take on a life of it's own.

What we now know is that cravings can be unnatural or natural depending on the manipulator that creates it based on satisfying our deepest physical and social needs.

This week on Wellness Force Radio, Holistic Health Coach Kevin Geary of Rebooted Body shares how we can identify our "manipulators" to then stop using superficial cravings as a means of instant gratification.

Decode Your Cravings

Do you crave a McDonald’s Big Mac or a large ice cream sundae after a long day? Or maybe a large glass of ice cold water in the summer?

Some cravings are natural and healthy; our body's voice that has spoken to us for Millenia to support health, vitality, and satisfy our soul.

But having a sugary smoothie will not help us satisfy what we are truly missing from our lives.

What we really crave are physical and social factors such as energy, acceptance, and a life purpose. It’s never too late to begin taking a closer look at yourself and discover what you’re truly craving in your life.

When we take time to figure out our stress factors and what we crave, we can get to a place of self-acceptance and feel satisfied with ourselves. When we really look deep inside ourselves, we can find fulfillment and finally get the fit life that we want.

What is a Craving vs. a Superficial Craving?

A craving is something that is a human need for a specific purpose such as survival; to be happy; or other core human needs.

A superficial craving is more of a desire such as a desire for a cup of hot coffee in the morning or something sweet as an afternoon snack.

When we can’t satisfy real human cravings, it can increase our superficial cravings and bring on a great deal of stress so that we easily turn to different coping mechanisms such as eating unhealthy foods.

Human cravings that we need to satisfy to end superficial cravings can include:

  • Safety
  • Mobility
  • Movement
  • Love and Relationships
  • Social Acceptance
  • Purpose
  • Health and Vitality
  • Self Actualization
  • Autonomy

What Are Our Manipulators?

All of us have very different backgrounds that involve stressors and factors that keep us from reaching our health and fitness goals.

These are referred to as BioPsychoSocial Manipulators. One specific manipulator is perfection. If we feel the need to have specific meal plans, workouts, and other specialized plans to reach fitness and body success, this need for perfection can actually have a negative effect on ourselves both physically and emotionally.

If we’re perfectionists and we end up not following a specific diet, we would feel bad if we eat something that’s not part of the meal plan.

If we didn’t do every set in a workout, or if we didn’t meet a weight goal by the summer, we’d be negative towards ourselves and get nowhere in the end.

BioPsychoSocial Manipulators such as perfection are distractions that keep us from reaching our goals in a positive manner. Other BioPsychoSocial Manipulators can include:

  • Willpower
  • Shame
  • Guilt
  • Anxiety
  • Grief
  • Poor sleep
  • Nutritional poverty
  • Cluttered environment
  • Peer pressure
  • Chronic illness

Why We Need A Why

The Fitness Industry likes to tell us that we need to look a certain way or we need to be a specific pants size to be healthy.

Therefore, we set up goals for ourselves based on that idea and force ourselves workout everyday or only eat salads for a month because we think it will get us to our fitness goals. But if you’re using willpower and forcing yourself to do a workout or diet that you don’t like, then you are more likely to fail than to succeed.

Willpower is a manipulator and it’s keeping you from reaching your goals and has no means to help you reach them in a much more positive means of fitness. Instead of having willpower, what you need to do is to question yourself “Why?”.

Why do you want to set a fitness goal? Why do you have this intention to eat healthy? If you have a massive why instead of a superficial why that’s been given to you by the Fitness Industry, then you’re going to be able to overcome your obstacles and get to your goal.  

More About Kevin Geary

Kevin Geary is the founder of RebootedBody.com and host of the Rebooted Body Podcast. He helps men and women finally get a body and life they love with his unique blend of real food nutrition, functional fitness, and behavior psychology. He currently has clients in over 30 countries around the world and is dedicated to the mission of changing the landscape of human health. Rebooted Body is here to help you answer the main question, “Why can’t I consistently align my behavior with my good intentions?”Kevin himself has gone through a life and body transformation from being 220 pounds and borderline diabetic with high blood pressure. After experiencing different yo-yo diets and forcing himself to cut calories and eat only certain foods, Kevin realized that there has to be a better, positive way to lose weight by creating a relationship with yourself, food, and fitness.

Listen To Kevin Share

  • His personal experience and journey with weight loss
  • His discovery of restorative and positive movement and exercise
  • His and his wife’s experience with psychotherapy sessions and finding the perfect counselor
  • How Kevin changed his life around with a new job, goals, and life outlook
  • What is the difference between Cravings vs. Superficial Cravings
  • What are BioPsychoSocial Manipulators
  • How are childhood experiences affect our behavior later on in life.
  • How and why we all have different perceptions of what is stressful

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