November 25, 2020

16: Episode 16: Thanksgiving and Deload

Take a load off and listen to this installment, where Katie and Jim discuss deload weeks ahead of Thanksgiving!
November 2, 2020

15: Episode 15: Holidaze, Live!

Katie and Jim go live on Instagram and discuss Halloween, holidays, and which peanut butter cups are wildly overrated.
November 2, 2020

14: Episode 14: What IS protein?

Katie and Jim remix their first protein podcast, diving into what exactly protein is (hint, Jim memorizes some amino acids), and what is and isnt a […]
October 9, 2020

12: Episode 12: Feeding Kids

In this episode, the team discusses some real life stories about trying to get your little ones to eat more than chicken fingers.1
October 9, 2020

Episode 13: Sleep and Mindfulness

Who needs sleep? You do! The pair discuss sleep, meditation, and mindfulness in this edition.
September 15, 2020

11: Episode 11: A microscopic look at macros

30 minutes of macro discussion! Katie explains what they are. and why they matter more than simple calories!
September 15, 2020

10: Episode 10: Food Storage

Katie and Jim discuss ways to discuss your food good, including why that plastic container may not be the best choice!
August 29, 2020

8: Episode 8: Pan Plans

Let’s talk cookware! Katie and Jim discuss the five pans (and only five pans) you need in your kitchen!
August 28, 2020

9: Guest Interview: Life of Cate

In this episode, we welcome in the wonderful @lifeofcate to discuss her fitness and health journey!
August 2, 2020

Episode 5: Exercise; how often is too often?

In this episode, Katie takes the lead, discussing exercise frequency, dispelling myths on how often we should lift.

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