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A show created to help translate complex nutrition, fitness, and physiology concepts into leverage for your goals. Sam Miller is an online coach, educator, and mentor dedicated to providing simple, yet strategic ways to amplify your results either as a coach or in your own transformation. We, as a community, share the goal of learning all of the things pertaining to our health, performance, and physique without being a d*ck about it. *This Podcast is for general informational purposes only a ...
 
Sam Lamott is a single dad, college drop-out, ex-meth head, who came out of a ten-year bender at the age of twenty-two with severe clinical depression, a two-year-old, and zero life skills. Simply put, there is nobody more genuinely curious about how to be a human being. Featured in Itunes New and Noteworthy 2018. Featured in Apple top 200 podcasts in Health 2018. Featured in Apple top 200 podcasts in Self-Help 2018.
 
Welcome to The Psychology Podcast with Scott Barry Kaufman, where we give you insights into the mind, brain, behavior and creativity. Each episode we’ll feature a guest who will stimulate your mind, and give you a greater understanding of your self, others, and the world we live in. Hopefully, we’ll also provide a glimpse into human possibility! Thanks for listening and enjoy the podcast. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-psychology-podcast/support
 
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This is a call to action episode bringing your attention to the long game you're playing as a coach. Are you only relying on your initial certifications and playing it safe? Or are you constantly learning new and potentially scary topics but ones that will push you forward. I want to remind you that putting your time and effort into what will push …
 
Today it’s great to chat with Ed Catmull. Ed is the co-founder of Pixar Animation Studios and former president of Pixar Animation and Disney Animation. He has been honored with five Academy Awards, including the Gordon E. Sawyer Award for lifetime achievement in the field of computer graphics. He received his Ph.D. in computer science from the Univ…
 
May is Mental Health Awareness month so this week we decided to interview 2 authors whose new memoirs deal with their mental health issues and the addictions that resulted from those issues. There is hardly a family who hasn’t been touched in some way by mental illness. For so many years, mental illness in all its forms--anxiety, depression, suicid…
 
Part 2 of my conversation with Ben Pakulski on the Muscle Intelligence podcast covers: - Seasonal and Cyclical Approaches - Ketogenic Diet - Mi40 Muscle Camp in May - Omega Ratios - Digestive Distress - Pushing Calories - Chewing and Digestion - Supplementation Advice - Sleep Advice - Peptides - My Mentorship Program ---------- Check Out Cured Nutr…
 
I had a fantastic time talking to Ben Pakulski who I've been following for awhile and wanted to bring you our conversation in two parts over the next two episodes. Enjoy! Get your pen and paper out for this episode. I join Ben to talk about a nutritional approach that is NOT based on a believe system, or macros, or specific diets. Instead, this ins…
 
While the concept of reverse dieting is increasing in popularity and being used as an effective tool, I think in some cases it's been oversimplified so individuals understand it. I want to take this episode to explain more in-depth the importance of reverse dieting and why it's more than just more food. Topics include: - Reverse Diet Reminders - Re…
 
Today it’s great to chat with Dave Asprey, Founder & Chairman of Bulletproof. Dave is a three-time New York Times bestselling science author, host of the Webby award-winning podcast Bulletproof Radio, and has been featured on the Today Show, CNN, The New York Times, Dr. Oz, and more. His latest book is called Fast This Way: Burn Fat, Heal Inflammat…
 
This week we are getting in the “spirit” of the first Saturday of May; a date that is sacrosanct for many Kentuckians because of the running of the Kentucky Derby. A love of horses and bourbon whiskey are high on the list of things that Kentuckians are proud of and want to export to the rest of the world. Bourbon is big business in our region and h…
 
Your website, color scheme, logo, and graphics all represent your coaching brand from an aesthetic perspective. But what about you as a coach is going to separate you from other coaches and make you desirable to want to work with? If you have a hard time answering this question, today's podcast is for you. I want to run you through some important q…
 
As I've mentioned on previous episodes, if you want scale and make coaching a lifelong pursuit, the quality of coaching you provide is going to be your biggest asset. One of the ways to increase the quality of your coaching is increasing your skillsets within coaching and while there isn't one book or resource I recommend specifically on this topic…
 
Specifically talking to coaches in this episode of all domains and areas, I don't want you being robbed of your hard earned money. I want you to be aware of what could potentially be out there in the digital and physical space that could take your money, leaving you disappointed with the investment you made. I also talk about how your quality of co…
 
Today it’s great to chat with Julie Lythcott-Haims on the show. Julie believes in humans and is deeply interested in what gets in our way. She is a former corporate lawyer and Stanford dean. She serves on the board of Common Sense Media, and on the advisory board of LeanIn.Org, and she is a former board member at Foundation for a College Education,…
 
COVID has been hard for those among us who like to travel, but one of our favorite ways to assuage that desire is to read books set in different locations. Sweeping meadows. Mountains that touch the sky. Exotic locales. These places can whisk us from our humdrum homes. A Strong Sense of Place is both a podcast and a website where readers can find i…
 
As coaches advance their skillset and start to learn intermediate to advanced tactics and strategies for their clients, it's only natural to want to use those strategies. I want you to remember that low hanging fruit exists that could be deployed within a client's transformation journey that could be just or even more impactful than the advanced to…
 
We all see physical and mental transformations as positives and they are but we also have to remember that with a transformation, certain sacrifices are made. Going out and partying with friends, favorite foods sometimes, and other opportunity costs exist and we can't ignore them in the pursuit of a transformation. Today's episode I want to share w…
 
With the new round of the Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Science Specialization launching right now, I wanted to revisit one of my most popular models for physical transformation. SHREDS stands for Sleep, Hunger, Rest, Energy, Digestion, and Stress and tracking these key areas consistently will lead to the best results for our clients. Topics …
 
Today it’s great to chat with Daniel Kahneman, one of the most influential psychologists of all time. Kahneman is known for his work on the psychology of judgment and decision-making as well as behavioral economics, for which he was awarded the 2002 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. He is author of the bestselling book Thinking, Fast and S…
 
There is a pop psychology theory about left brain and right brain dominance from the 1980s. Supposedly those with strong right brains are the analyzers and those with dominant left brains are the artists. In this scenario, it is a rare person who is lucky enough to have both sides of their brain work harmoniously; their logical and scientific right…
 
Different topic today around autoregulation within physical training but if you solely do nutrition coaching, stick around. I want to share best practices on how to make sure the client is getting the best results even if you don't handle the programming side. In this episode, I cover when autoregulation should and shouldn't be used, different clie…
 
You can choose to do a host of different strategies and tactics, throwing things against the wall, hoping something sticks, or you can listen to today's episode. In my time as an online coach and helping other coaches grow their business, there are key foundational principles we need to keep in mind that are so simple, they are often overlooked. Ke…
 
With the increasing affordability and rising popularity of continuous blood glucose monitors being used outside of a diabetic standpoint, I wanted to share my experience using one and the potential benefits you could have using it too. I share the good, bad, and my feedback to NutrisSense. At the end, I have an opportunity to grab one through my li…
 
Jesse Singal is a contributing writer at New York and the former editor of the magazine’s Science of Us online vertical, as well as the cohost of the podcast Blocked and Reported. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Slate, The Boston Globe, The Daily Beast, and other publications. He was a B…
 
Remember in high school or college when you were required to take a certain number of humanities classes? Maybe you groaned or rolled your eyes. But maybe it was the spark that lit an interest in subjects that helped you think critically and creatively. It was in a high school humanities class that Carrie was introduced to and fell in love with E. …
 
In the realm of hormones, we tend to look at each individual subcategory in a vacuum, not looking at the overall interplay between every subcategory that makes up the overall "hormones" topic. I want to explain an overlooked but simplified way to look at hormones while addressing the medical field's perspective along with what your overall goal as …
 
Back for another round of listener Q&A and a majority of the topics covered today are training and recovery related including training stress, what too much training would look like, and training addiction. We'll also cover PED's effect on cortisol along with a great reminder of best practices when it comes to sleep hygiene. Topics and questions in…
 
Being an "influencer" on social media has become overcomplicated, especially in the coaching space. To influence means to have an effect on the behavior of another individual and that is what our content should ultimately do. Once I stopped comparing myself to other coaches and started putting out the education and content I wanted address, my acco…
 
Our guest this week, Tori Murden McClure, is a Renaissance woman. She has a law degree, a Master of Divinity degree from Harvard as well as a Master of Fine Arts from Spalding University, the institution where she currently serves as President. She was the first woman and first American to ski 750 miles to the geographic South Pole. She worked as a…
 
Today it’s great to have Ayaan Hirsi Ali on the podcast. Ayaan is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, and founder of the AHA Foundation. She has written several books including Infidel (2007), Nomad: from Islam to America, a Personal Journey through the Clash of Civilizations (2010), Heretic: Why Islam Needs a Reformat…
 
I have covered women's health topics and subjects in many of the past episodes but wanted to talk specifically today about some tips, tricks, and tactics for female tracking. What analytics we should be comparing to what, understanding scale weight fluctuations, and lifestyle and training factors to consider as well. Topics include: - My No Cost Co…
 
This episode on supplements takes a different angle in addressing what the look for when purchasing your next product. A BCAA, pre-workout, or whey protein product from a random company you find at the grocery store might be slightly less expensive then the reputable brands but there's a reason why. The old saying goes you get what you pay for and …
 
Your own personal transformation and interest bias could be putting blinders on your coaching practice. You're heard the term "rose-colored glasses" and today I want to talk about your coaching goggles. We as coaches need to understand and have awareness for our own style and philosophy and while there is nothing inherently wrong with that, we need…
 
Today it’s great to have Michael Murphy on the podcast. Michael is co-founder of Esalen Institute, a pioneer of the Human Potential Movement, and author of many influential books on extraordinary human potential. Topics [1:38] Michael’s early life [4:09] Michael’s connection with religion [8:00] How Michael and Dick Price met and founded the Esalen…
 
The famous American author Truman Capote once said, ”Life is a moderately good play with a badly written third act.” Capote’s own life is the subject of the one man play, Tru, written by Jay Presson Allen which appeared on Broadway in 1989. The play is now being performed by local theater company Pandora Productions, a group that focuses on produci…
 
I can talk about the Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Science Specialization and it's benefits to you as a coach until I'm blue in the face but what I thought would be as or even more valuable is hearing from a current student in the cohort and their experience in the program. Soraya Rufener helps female healthcare professionals slay fat loss, b…
 
Your clients may like you more after this episode. Implementing diet breaks and refeeds in your lifestyle client's or athlete's nutrition protocol obviously varies depending on a number of factors. What was originally around 3 reasons turned into about 15 (the beauty of free form podcasting) on when to utilize diet breaks, different protocols to co…
 
No need to be frightened if economics or finance isn't your strong suit as this is an analogy to oversimplify the concept of metabolism and looking at it from a different lens. Health is an investment and we want an ROI (return on investment) on that investment. We withdraw or deposit from our health account based on the activities and actions we t…
 
Today it’s great to chat with Nedra Glover Tawwab. Nedra is a licensed therapist and sought-after relationship expert. She has practiced relationship therapy for 13 years and is the founder and owner of the group therapy practice, Kaleidoscope Counseling. Nedra has been featured recently in The New York Times, The Guardian, Psychology Today, Self, …
 
Short but valuable precursor episode to the fat loss fallacy and why we did to think beyond just calories when it comes to fat loss. Within that calorie comes macronutrients and micronutrients and energy balance plays a large part as well. My hope is this episode will give you another perspective when it comes to calories. Topics include: - Calorie…
 
Historically, the voices we’ve heard most in books and literature have been those of white men, and even though there has been a movement to include more varied voices, there are still stories we don’t often hear. The Louisville Story Program, however, is a nonprofit organization focused on helping the stories that don’t often get heard come to lig…
 
When a client says they don't want to go get bloodwork drawn, it's time to start asking some questions. Do they have white coat syndrome? Are they afraid of needles? Financial barriers? We need to get to the root of this issue because bloodwork is a vital part of the information gathering process. I tackle this subject along with a question about m…
 
Another round of your questions, mainly tackling nutrition considerations for hormone health. We have to remember that hormones are not a Nintendo 64 cartridge you can just blow on and they magically work again (you're a true 90's kid if you understand this reference). You'll find out how that analogy plays out in today's episode. Topics include: -…
 
Today the tables are turned on The Psychology Podcast as Andrew Yang interviews Scott Barry Kaufman! This is a really meaningful episode for Scott, as he was a big supporter of Andrew's presidential campaign, and is now a big supporter of his Mayoral NYC campaign. Andrew and Scott share a humanistic viewpoint, and it was great to finally get them t…
 
When I say the word “zoo” your first thought is probably elephants or giraffes; maybe a great memory of going on a school field trip or of taking your own children there for a special outing. A word you probably don’t associate with a zoo is “Book club”. But our guest today, Katy Morrison, a zoo educator at the Louisville Zoo, wants to broaden your…
 
We are taking a deep dive into the pharmacological problems seen within hormone replacement therapy. I recorded another episode on HRT earlier that addressed this topic from more of a lifestyle perspective but it's incredibly important to understand the pharmacological side as well. This is for informational purposes only. Topics include: - Medical…
 
At the tail end of every reverse diet or maintenance phase, it's important for us to understand when we should enter back into a deficient. Having a checklist for this makes sure we don't enter back into a deficient prematurely and suffer the consequences so today's episode covers that checklist you'll need as a coach or someone in their own transf…
 
Short but valuable Q&A for the coaches this round from the Nutrition Coaching Collaborative. I cover a few questions around continuing education, the importance of networking, and revisit why the programs and frameworks I've created and shared are, in my opinion, important and why. If I repeat myself on certain topics, that means it's really import…
 
Today it’s great to have Sam Harris on the podcast. Sam is the author of five New York Timesbest sellers, including The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation, The Moral Landscape, Free Will, Lying, and Waking Up. The End of Faith won the 2005 PEN Award for Nonfiction. His writing and public lectures cover a wide range of topics—neuroscience, m…
 
Sometimes it only takes a spark to start a fire. For writer and activist Farrah Alexander, the small flicker of an idea that eventually became her first book was her January 2017 participation in the historic Women's March in Washington DC. She encountered so many women who were emboldened to make change but weren’t sure how to channel their energi…
 
Was thrilled to join Sarah and Kenny Lipton on the IAM Podcast and wanted to share this episode with you on my platform. Obviously from the title we take a deep dive into cortisol's role within physiology but also more on my story and my coaching progression. Topics include: - Cortisol's Effect on the Body - How it May Effect Males vs Females Diffe…
 
Back with another Q&A from the Nutrition Coaching Collaborative centering around the theme of cycle health. A few considerations stemming from this main topic I wanted to address as well. Make sure if you have a question to join the Nutrition Coaching Collaborative group on Facebook and you'll find the link below. Topics include: - Cycle Health Spe…
 
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