Health & Wellness

Ep. 56 – Drew Manning, fitness influencer, New York Times bestselling author and founder of the nationally recognized Fit2Fat2Fit experiment

Drew Manning is a fitness influencer and New York Times bestselling author who is best known for his Fit2Fat2Fit experiment.  He’s been featured on shows such as Dr. Oz, Good Morning America and Jay Leno.  His experiment has since become a hit TV show that aired on A&E and Lifetime.  In addition to his fitness programs, Drew hosts a podcast called The Fit2Fat2Fit Experience that recently hit over 1 million downloads and also has a popular YouTube channel.

Connect with Drew on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter

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Ep. 45 – Dr. Carly Day, sports physician at Cleveland Clinic specializing in injury treatment and prevention who is an active voice on gender pay gap in medicine

Dr. Carly Day is a sports physician at Cleveland Clinic specializing in injury treatment and prevention.  She is an active voice on the disparity in gender pay within the medical profession and seeks continued reform within the system.  In addition to practicing, Carly works as the on-field doctor for sports events at Notre Dame College and Aurora High School

In this episode we cover an array of topics, including gender pay gap, concussion protocol, early childhood sports specialization, and having a stay-at-home husband full time with the kids.  

Connect with Carly on Twitter

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Ep. 27 Recap – Eric Synenberg

Eric Synenberg is a criminal defense and estate planning attorney, city councilman, and half marathon runner.

Highlights from this episode include:

*Eric’s path from college to law school to legal counsel at State of Ohio Treasurer’s office and ultimately to now criminal lawyer and city councilman

*Becoming a parent and the nerve-wrecking realities of leaving hospital with a newborn child

*Eric’s running regimen and history of past half marathons

*Tips for preparing for the upcoming Rite Aid Cleveland half marathon

*Mentality required to succeed on race day

*The importance of hydration and the motivation of music during the run

*A brief story from my college days about some life-changing advice I was given from one of Eric’s prior colleagues and now current municipal judge

*Eric’s focus in law and issues he regularly handles as one of the city’s newest council members

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Ep. 24 Recap – Scott Weingold

Scott Weingold is an entrepreneur and partner at the firm, College Planning Network, a company that helps families successfully navigate the college admissions and financial aid planning process so their children can attend the college of their choice − regardless of the cost.

Highlights from this episode include:

*college admissions and financial aid planning process and how families can save thousands using the right resources

*social media and its impacts on us as a society

*the outlook that a majority of Americans have on their work and careers

*motivation behind money and mentalities that rob us of our joy

*Transcendental Meditation (TM)

*Krav Maga

*growing a business and keys to a successful mindset

Connect with Scott on LinkedIn

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Ep. 40 – Connie and Neil Waxman, fighting pancreatic cancer and beating the odds :: from given one year to live in January 2014 to being here to share their remarkable, ‘never give up’ story four-and-a-half years later

Connie Waxman was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in January of 2014.  Her doctors gave her one year to live.  She and her husband, Neil, had other plans. 

A story of courage, hope, persistence and never giving up, Connie and Neil have become experts on ways to fight this deadly disease and provide a vast array of knowledge and information in this emotional, riveting episode.

Contact Neil: nwaxman@capitaladvisorsltd.com

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Ep. 30 – Melissa Eckman, social media entrepreneur who left accounting career to pursue a better balance of financial freedom and happiness

Melissa Eckman is a social media entrepreneur and influencer whose prime focus is on yoga, health, wellness and beauty.  After having founded the online community Yogspiration in 2013, she left her accounting career in 2015 to pursue her dreams of becoming a lifestyle entrepreneur through various Internet and web-based platforms.  

A story of grit, hustle and determination, Melissa’s journey reminds us that life is about pursuing goals and chasing dreams so that we can achieve our most optimal, truest potential.

Learn more about Melissa and her ventures at the following websites:

www.melisfit.com

www.yogspiration.com

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Ep. 20 Recap – Dr. M. Kara, M.D.

I enjoyed sitting down with Dr. M. Kara, one of America’s top experts in anti-aging medicine.  Dr. Kara is the medical director at Affinity Whole Health, an anti-aging clinic with offices in Cleveland and Columbus.  Their practice specializes in hormone replacement therapy and offers custom solutions for both men and women whose testosterone and/or estrogen levels are not optimized.  Unbalanced hormone levels can lead to a variety of health issues, including fatigue, muscle loss, low sex drive and weight gain, to name a few.

Dr. Kara offered medical insight into the many benefits associated with their treatments and provided stories about the positive life-changing impacts their members have achieved from using their services.

If you or a loved one believe you may be negatively impacted by hormone imbalance, please get in touch with Affinity Whole Health to schedule a free consult!

info@affinitywholehealth.com

888-299-3702

 

Ep. 27 – Eric Synenberg, attorney, city councilman and long distance runner

Eric Synenberg is a criminal defense and estate planning attorney, city councilman, and half marathon runner.

Highlights from this episode include:

*Eric’s path from college to law school to legal counsel at State of Ohio Treasurer’s office and ultimately to now criminal lawyer and city councilman

*Becoming a parent and the nerve-wrecking realities of leaving hospital with a newborn child

*Eric’s running regimen and history of past half marathons

*Tips for preparing for the upcoming Rite Aid Cleveland half marathon

*Mentality required to succeed on race day

*The importance of hydration and the motivation of music during the run

*A brief story from my college days about some life-changing advice I was given from one of Eric’s prior colleagues and now current municipal judge

*Eric’s focus in law and issues he regularly handles as one of the city’s newest council members

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Ep. 24 – Scott Weingold, college planning and financial aid expert, self-improvement advocate, and entrepreneur

Scott Weingold is an entrepreneur and partner at the firm, College Planning Network, a company that helps families successfully navigate the college admissions and financial aid planning process so their children can attend the college of their choice − regardless of the cost.

Highlights from this episode include:

*college admissions and financial aid planning process and how families can save thousands using the right resources

*social media and its impacts on us as a society

*the outlook that a majority of Americans have on their work and careers

*motivation behind money and mentalities that rob us of our joy

*Transcendental Meditation (TM)

*Krav Maga

*growing a business and keys to a successful mindset

Connect with Scott on LinkedIn

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Ep. 16 Recap – Mike Hudock

Swim, bike, run!  That about sums up the lifestyle of Mike Hudock, an elite triathlete who makes time to work out twice each day in between medical school classes and studies.  Having begun his triathlete journey six years ago as a freshman in college, Mike has remained disciplined in his training regimen throughout and has barely missed a week, let alone a day in that time frame.

Mike and I had an open conversation about mental health and the many benefits that exercise plays in relieving stress and anxiety.  It is unfathomable to us how anyone can choose to not exercise, especially since we have both achieved so many mental, emotional and physical rewards from it.  So many people find the excuse that they do not have the time to workout.  That’s an illegitimate excuse.

You must make the time if you want something.  Then, in turn, you’ll have the time.

If you are interested in learning more about physical fitness with an emphasis on running, in general, then I suggest you go check out Ep. 16.  I look forward to Mike’s continued ascent in the triathlete and running world.  His next major event will be the Athens Half Marathon in Athens, Ohio, on Sunday, April 15th.  Good luck, Mike!

 

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