“The little things are the big things. If you do the little things well, they will become the big things in the long run.” * In this episode, Greg Ux, wellness practitioner and creator of Deluxe Life, shares his athletic background from placing fourth in the NH state decathlon in his senior year of high school to studying athletic training, strength, and conditioning. Greg explains how his work as a wellness practitioner is beyond the limits of a personal trainer. He discusses the challenges he has faced in founding Deluxe Life, his health company, centered on fitness, well-being, and lifestyle. Greg reflects on the power of dreams, visions, and inspirations in the development of his personal wellness philosophy and business model. Lastly, Greg reveals exciting projects and events for Deluxe Life.
In this episode, Jenné Caliborne, vegan chef and creator of Sweet Potato Soul, reflects on her transition to a vegan diet from her journey from vegetarian to vegan and the importance of community in making the change. Jenné shares stories from cooking with her biggest inspiration, her grandmother. She discusses how her Southern roots impact Sweet Potato Soul, her blog. Jenné reveals when she knew she wanted to be a teacher of food/nutrition and the actual logistics of having a personal chef business. She recounts her experience as the Disney Princess Tiana in a live NYC show. Jenné provides insight on traveling as vegan, drawing upon her international travels. Lastly, Jenné previews whats ahead in 2015 for Sweet Potato Soul, including projects in vegan footwear.
In this episode, Marissa Vicario, health and nutrition coach, blogger, and creator of MWAH, Marissa’s Well-Being and Health, recounts her journey into health and how she reinvented her palate. She provides insight on how people can change their relationship to food. Marissa explains why she became a health coach and chose The Institute for Integrative Nutrition to study at. She offers a story of transformation of one of her clients and the three pillars of her coaching philosophy. Marissa reflects on her favorite ways to stay active and how she practices self-care on a daily basis. She explains what holistically hot means, a phrase she coined. She shares wise words from her inspiring grandmother and lastly, details on Marissa’s upcoming events and projects.
As I embark on visiting my grandparents who live in Dubrovnik, Croatia, I decided to ask my Running On Om interviewee community for their tips on traveling on a plant-based diet. Here are twenty tips from the pros! The tips are organized in order of podcast publication with links to the shows. 1. Susie Stephen, accomplished long-distance runner, yoga teacher, Running After Routledge explorer, and creator of Longrunergy Look for peel-able fruit and vegetables such as bananas, oranges, and the best travel food of all – avocados! I try to eat things with lots of Vitamin C to boost the …
John Lewis, creator of Bad Ass Vegan, fitness trainer, and health enthusiast explores his relationship with veganism from how he discovered veganism to a recent vegan cruise he traveled on. John discusses the development of Bad Ass Vegan, with his creation of the Bad Ass Power Cookie. John reveals some of his biggest personal challenges and the wisdom he has gleamed through them. Lastly, John shares his inspirations and the power of his community.
In this episode we discuss Elizabeth’s founding of Purely Elizabeth, benefits of a gluten-free lifestyle, and what living purely means.