By: NorthPointe Wellness Staff
Get Your Second Wind With These 5 Fitness Podcasts
Podcasts are all the rage because of what they offer listeners: motivation, advice as well as a few laughs. Fitness and wellness podcasts can take a vague topic like health and create a relatable narrative around it—enticing listeners. Five programs differentiated themselves from the pack because of their unique perspective on nutrition, exercise and life itself:
Host: Adrienne Herbert—TEDx Speaker, Fiit Master Trainer and adidas® Global Ambassador
About: The “Power Hour” podcast poses the question “How can you spend one hour each day improving yourself?” Herbert asks today’s top coaches, creatives, change-makers and innovators about their morning routines, daily habits and rules to live by.
Purpose: Achieve your goals faster.
Ben Coomber Radio
Host: Ben Coomber—nutritionist, coach, writer and speaker
About: The “Ben Coomber Radio” podcast was rated #1 on the UK charts by interviewing the world’s most influential health, fitness and personal development gurus. Coomber struggled with obesity firsthand, so he incorporates his story into the show.
Purpose: Educate yourself on important health topics such as nutrition, food, mindset, exercise and human performance.
Hosts: Eugene Cordero and Ryan Stange—comedians
About: “The Dumbells” podcast is a comical guide to training dirty and eating clean.
Purpose: Learn about fitness and nutrition while laughing out loud.
Give Me Strength With Alice Liveing
Host: Alice Liveing—personal trainer, blogger and best-selling author
About: The “Give Me Strength With Alice Liveing” podcast focuses in on the importance of building up your physical and mental strength through the eyes of inspiring women.
Purpose: Live a more fulfilling life by developing thicker skin (literally and figuratively).
The Food Medic
Host: Dr. Hazel Wallace—qualified medical doctor, best-selling author, content creator and health influencer
About: “The Food Medic” podcast shares leading experts’ data-driven advice on what it means to live a “healthy life” minus going down the internet rabbit hole.
Purpose: Get to the bottom of what’s truly healthy and why.
For more wellness podcast recommendations, ask a center fitness specialist or group exercise instructor.
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