Well here we are – I can’t believe we’ve already made it to the 50th episode of Pursuing Health! First of all, I want to say a HUGE thank you to all of you for listening. We are only getting started, and I can’t wait to see how the podcast evolves over the next 50 episodes.
To celebrate, I’ve put together a compilation of some of my favorite answers to the last question I typically ask my guests on the podcast, which is “What does a healthy life look like to you?”
We’ve heard such a wide range of amazing answers to this question and I unfortunately could only share a few of them here. Nonetheless, I hope you enjoy listening and thinking about your own answer to this question.
On this episode, we’ll feature answers to this question from a number of Pursuing Health guests including:
- 01 – Rich Froning on competition, shifting priorities, and discovering his purpose
- 21 – Pat Sherwood on CrossFit, the Games and quality of life and longevity
- 28 – James Hobart on Teaching, Competing, and the Real Purpose of CrossFit
- 30 – Nadia Johnston on how CrossFit helped her to overcome eating disorders and depression
- 07 – Dr. Mark Hyman on Functional Medicine, the future, and community
- 34 – Sal Masekela on his Achilles rupture, growing from setbacks, and CrossFit family
- 22 – Brigid Titgemeier on functional nutrition
- 24 – Airrosti Drs. Nickleberry and Garrett on treating soft tissue injury, partnering with CrossFit, and creating a new paradigm
- 35 – Coach Greg Glassman on CrossFit, Chronic Disease, and the “5 Buckets of Death”
- 42 – Against All Grain’s Danielle Walker on Advocating, Healing, and Celebrating
- 41 – Graham and Savanna Holmberg: From Fittest Man, to Faith and Family
- 13b – Umahro Cadogan on functional nutrition for athletes and recovery from injury
- 02b – Dr. Michael Canales on my Achilles injury and pursuing excellence
- 43 – Jason Wachob: Founder and CEO of mindbodygreen and Inspiration To Live Your Best Life
If you like this episode, please subscribe to Pursuing Health on iTunes and give it a rating. I’d love to hear your feedback in the comments below and on social media using the hashtag #JFHealth. I look forward to bringing you future episodes with inspiring individuals and ideas about health every other Tuesday.
Disclaimer: This podcast is meant to share the experiences of various individuals. It does not provide medical advice, and it is not a substitute for advice from your physician or health care professional.
QUESTION: What does a healthy life look like to YOU? Let me know in the comments below.