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067 – Finding the RIGHT Motivation to Stay Healthy

“What’s my motivation for losing weight and staying healthy?  Well, apparently, I don’t know.” In today’s episode, I discuss how finding the right motivation for staying healthy has and is a constant struggle for me. Also, how we can start thinking more about finding the right motivations that might actually stick, long term. Thanks for…

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052 – Taking Radical Responsibility For Your Actions, w/ Lisa Carpenter

In today’s show, Jason chats with Lisa Carpenter, a health and wellness coach with a focus on her clients’ behavior patterns and how to interrupt the patterns that are causing the problems they are having, and helping them make peace with food in their bodies. She’s also the author of Let’s E.A.T!: Break the Addictive Cycle…

047 – Fitting in Fitness

First of all, I’m very sorry that I did not release this episode on Friday, as promised. The Herzberger Family took delivery of our full-time “RV house” (as the 3 year old calls it!) and have been running around mad trying to get everything done. This delay caused me to rethink what I was going…

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046 – Fit in 15, w/ Courtney Amburg

Today’s show features Jason chatting with Courtney Amburg, a fitness and nutrition coach from New Jersey. She coaches clients in the comfort of their home as well as around the world through her online coaching programs and systems. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach with NSCA, a Level 1 Training For Warriors Coach, a…

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009 – Motivation is something you choose! w/ THE Civilized Caveman, George Bryant

In this episode of The Small Moves Podcast, I interview George Bryant: Best-Selling Author, Marketing Adviser, and Founder of Civilized Caveman Cooking. Instead of discussing George’s numerous projects, I take a deep dive into George’s perspective and mindset – fleshing out the framework that has allowed for his success through thick and thin. George describes…