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In This Episode: Mike shares about how he got involved at RedLine Athletics and why he became an owner. Mike talks about his own children's journeys in sports and the overuse injuries that are prevalent for students who play sports with little to no downtime. Brandon shares about the chronic injuries that he acquired from lack of proper training ea…
 
Having a relationship is an important part of staying healthy as you get older. But what if you are starting over? Tabby from Wingwoman 2.0 joins us to discuss dating and relationships when you are older and wiser. Will and Stevie Winsborrow are the co-hosts and experts behind Khronology Functional Fitness and Nutrition, a wellness company focusing…
 
In This Episode: CRPS stands for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Despite being diagnosed at age 13 with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), a brain disorder that causes abnormal pain, Dunkin grew up playing sports including basketball, track and martial arts. Midway through her junior year, complications from a rare nervous system disorder left …
 
Today we discuss ways you can stay on track with your health goals while traveling, whether for business or pleasure. We also start part 1 of a 2 part series on hormone disruptors, what they are, the damage they do and how to avoid them. Will and Stevie Winsborrow are the co-hosts and experts behind Khronology Functional Fitness and Nutrition, a we…
 
In This Episode: We talk with Aleks Anderson from Anderson Legal, we understand how frustrating contract disputes, real estate issues, and construction problems can be. That is why she works so tirelessly to help her friends and neighbors in North Carolina resolve their legal issues as quickly and painlessly as possible. Whether you are a small bus…
 
Follow along after creating a free account (no purchase necessary) at FireWithinNF.com and you can take the quiz along with us and get your results emailed to you at the end. Categories of questions in this assessment are: Stress and Sleep Hydration alcohol and caffeine Fats and Oils Sugar Movement and Exercise Nutrient Deficiencies Microbiome and …
 
Brandon shares about meeting a local entrepreneur and mom whose babies had a rare condition called FPIES. Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES), sometimes referred to as a delayed food allergy, is a severe condition causing vomiting and diarrhea. In some cases, symptoms can progress to dehydration and shock brought on by low blood pre…
 
If you could make one purchase to invest in fitness for less than $100 what would it be? A thigh master? Probably not. A good set of bands is an excellent way to maximize your time working out in your home gym or on the go. 1. A good set of resistance bands. If you want a good laugh, check out this video on youtube about Squat Magic. There are a lo…
 
`Learn why muscle recovery is as important as strength training, and how to do it; We discuss why carbs are not the enemy; A brief discussion on hydration. Will and Stevie Winsborrow are the co-hosts and experts behind Khronology Functional Fitness and Nutrition, a wellness company focusing on functional health and anti-aging through personal train…
 
What's the best way to analyze your habits and set goals; strategies for staying motivated; getting enough protein on a plant based diet. Will and Stevie WInsborrow are the co-hosts and experts behind Khronology Functional Fitness and Nutrition, a wellness company focusing on functional health and anti-aging through personal training, nutrition cou…
 
Find out to hack your body with brainpower, if intermittent fasting works for everyone, and what happens when you sleep, and when you don't. Will and Stevie WInsborrow are the co-hosts and experts behind Khronology Functional Fitness and Nutrition, a wellness company focusing on functional health and anti-aging through personal training, nutrition …
 
Look younger and live longer, with no myths and no crazy diets. Just truth, nutritious foods, exercise, and oh yeah, you can throw out your scale. Will and Stevie WInsborrow are the co-hosts and experts behind Khronology Functional Fitness and Nutrition, a wellness company focusing on functional health and anti-aging through personal training, nutr…
 
With the wisdom that spans multiple traditions, including the Far-East, India, Israel, Brazil, Peru, and Indigenous America, Ronen remains a student, learning and adding modalities that will best serve his clients; each according to their own unique needs. Ronen is a Reiki Master, a channeling healer working in mediumship, and a Yoga and Tai Chi in…
 
Dr. Norah Whitten is an orthopedic and pelvic floor physical therapist. She specializes in treating the hip, low back, and pelvic floor. She is passionate about bridging the gap between orthopedic and pelvic floor physical therapy. She graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Duke University in 2016 after attending the University of Il…
 
Billy is a Finish Carpenter with a fantastic skillset a physically demanding job. He struggled with his weight for most of his life, today he discusses with us the success he found on the Keto diet and the decision-making process he went through to see if this was the right plan for him. Billy has an amazing transformation story. It starts like man…
 
8% of Americans who make new year's resolutions actually keep them all year and 80% have failed by the start of February. The same study said that most resolutions fail due to sabotage by lack of self-discipline. So often when we make goals we are focused on only the outcome and not the behavior modifications necessary to get there. So instead of s…
 
Most people think that the bigger the habit the bigger the result but current thinking is that the biggest changes come from small changes in our day-to-day routine. We break down two of the popular books today on habits. James Clear's "Atomic Habits" and BJ Fogg's "Tiny Habits" to break down how well their advice holds up in the real world when it…
 
We start by talking about the common stereotypes of personal trainers and the people who use them. Is a 30-day transformation possible? Yes, but is it sustainable? We create a list for you of questions you can ask to identify a good personal trainer. Do they start with some kind of an intake? What are you goals, can they help you articulate them an…
 
Although Brandon is usually wary of documentaries because they can come packed with bad advice for those looking to transform their fitness and nutrition, he was really impressed with "Fat Fiction" from director Jennifer Eisenhardt. Forget everything you've been told about fat... Mark Hyman has a great book called: What the heck should I eat. We di…
 
Energized by a story from the history of people applying logic, he was inspired by to do the same logic to a renewed middle-age. His transformation from the "dark ages" to "enlightenment of his life. Like many people with a personal transformation of their bodies, he had a moment that caused an awakening. His daughters were talking about things, be…
 
A lot of people don't understand heartrate. Many tools like apple watches or heart rate monitors give over-generalized results that are less than accurate. The truth is the choices we make every day greatly affect your metabolism. You hear people say things like, ", I have a terrible metabolism." But the truth is we have more control over it than t…
 
Alpha-Stim has been FDA approved for 23 years and Patrick is a rep in Easter Carolina. We talk about the science, the treatments, and commonly asked questions and misconceptions about treating with micro amperage electricity. The treatment increases your body's production of serotonin and this leads to a zen-like or meditative state that many users…
 
We learn about Fernanda and Dean's background. Their trip to Thailand to explore more about the roots of Thai massage and to get a masterclass from the local experts. A Thai massage is a full-body approach. While it is helpful to think of Thai massage as assisted yoga it is different from traditional table work in that it focuses on listening to th…
 
Who is responsible for our misunderstanding of "fat?" Ancel Keys is largely responsible for how government dietary guidelines were shaped. He argued that dietary saturated fat caused cardiovascular heart diseases and should be avoided. The data used to support this was selective and biased. Keys cherry-picked what he wanted and ignored data that un…
 
In the 2016 Olympic trials Alvin suffered a devastating injury. After getting tired of hearing what he couldn't and wouldn't be able to do by doctors, he started learning about biomechanics and adopted some new habits that allowed him to make a full recovery and now helps clients. Brandon and Alvin talk about chiropractic treatments and what it off…
 
Excited to be back in the studio, Brandon talks about how his business was impacted as a personal trainer during the COVID-19 lockdown. We also talked about the dreaded Quarantine-15 that many Americans were packing on the pounds during the stay at home order. Whether it be from stress eating, boredom, lack of routine, or any other reason many Amer…
 
In this episode, we talk about the opportunity with more time at home due to the Coronavirus to work on fitness and nutrition. We focus on some of the more corrective exercises and things you can do at home when access to the gym is no longer an option. Many personal trainers including Brandon have moved their training to virtual and seeing it be v…
 
Kimball is a holistic self-care coach. And for most of her life, she has been an entrepreneur and holistic psychotherapist. About 14 years ago, she changed things up and went into the holistic realm leaving medical and nursing behind to move into helping people live their best lives and be well through natural solutions. Both Kimball and Brandon be…
 
Ryan understood that the change he needed to make for his health needed to a change that was sustainable with his lifestyle. So he started to research, write, and experiment to discover a plan that worked for him. Many people try to start at a level 10 and can end up setting themselves up for failure. Instead of starting with 5 days of Crossfit, pe…
 
Everything we discuss in this episode, although focused on child nutrition can be directly applied to adults as well. Many of the studies and scientific research quoted in this episode are from "Cure Your Child with Food: The Hidden Connection Between Nutrition and Childhood Ailments" by Kelly Dorfman. When it comes to child nutrition in the US rig…
 
Many people, women especially, feel that weight training will cause them to bulk up and look like their muscles have muscles instead of tone. There are no accidental bodybuilders walking around who after a couple of trips to the gym find themselves with the physique of Arnold Schwarzenegger. That is a myth. Moderate strength training can be one of …
 
"When I got started as a personal trainer, I was like, most personal trainers in that I was pretty terrible at it. Basically just counting reps and making up random workouts. From there, I learned that instead of trying to crush people every day, more people need help learning how to move properly." Mike Mike has taken an experiential approach to f…
 
In this episode, Brandon gives practical tips and instructions for eating healthy on the go with examples from his own life. He shares a crazy story about trying to get some free therapy that turned into a bit of a nightmare situation, but at least he had his snacks! Brandon describes it as the most terrifying experience of his life. The first tip …
 
Lily Ward is a 22-year-old student going for her psychology degree in sexual health and relationships. She is very passionate about nutrition, fitness, and self-growth. She wants to change society’s views and issues dealing with women’s rights, toxic masculinity, gender norms, and get rid of the taboo around the conversation of sex. Overcoming her …
 
We have both good and bad bacteria and an imbalance of the two is a condition known as dysbiosis. Common Causes of Intestinal Dysbiosis Antibiotics NSAID's Diet Psychological Stress Reduced Gut Motility Alcohol intake Antibiotic use especially early in life and used chronically, which is common for acne treatment, for example, lead to IBS and other…
 
The Sleuth Podcast is a show about real private investigators from Blackman Detective Services and their stories and insights from the field. Jamie and Lindsey the hosts of the podcast join us on Fire Within to talk about how they got their start in this fascinating field and how people with sedentary jobs can maintain optimal fitness. Lindsey shar…
 
Justin and his wife moved from the Bay Area of California and he discusses some of the cultural differences between North Carolina and the Bay Area. We discuss the movement of slow food, which is a response to fast food and returning to a time when there was less involvement from food science and more "real" food in our meal prep as a country. Chan…
 
Brandon Woolley of the Fire Within Podcast has created many seminars as a personal trainer and speaker. Today's episode is based on one of his more popular topics. Sugar. Sugar is the most addictive substance on the planet. Sugar is so addictive that rats given a choice between sugar or cocaine will choose sugar. (and rats really like cocaine) Type…
 
If you're awake you are breaking down muscle tissue, it's only during proper sleep that we have the hormones we need to rebuild your muscles. You would often be better off to skip the second workout or cut down the workout time if you could increase your sleep quality. It's not just how much sleep that matters but it's also when you sleep and the q…
 
Kenny shares his origin story about starting at the lowest rank in the military at a young age and completing his career as a major to becoming a bodybuilder at 44. Kenny, now 48, is running Frontline Fitness and training for an upcoming bodybuilding competition. His inspiring story of dedication and commitment serves as an example for anyone who w…
 
Mike Winkfield - creator of Wolf Fitness Equipped with the National Association of Sports Medicine (NASM), Functional Movement Screening (FMS), and TRX certifications with 15 years of experience in wellness and fitness. At Marshall University he majored in Exercise Physiology. His passion is creating transformational experiences and changing lives.…
 
In this episode, we talk about the importance of sustainable behaviors and how since Atkins and shows like the biggest loser the American understanding of diet has changed to short-term changes in behavior to achieve results instead of the "No Shortcuts," common sense approach of a lifelong health journey. Brandon and Chris discuss CBT and how it h…
 
Allie learned a lot about chronic disease and chronic disease management but had a turning point working in the inpatient work because nutrition is not put in the forefront. Allie is a registered dietitian, certified personal trainer, and plant-based health nut who strives to make good choices for herself and her clients through a holistic approach…
 
Amanda shares about her journey from obese and unhealthy and all the obstacles she had to overcome to become healthy. She is a mom and shares with our listeners some of the struggles of helping her kids and family make healthy choices at mealtime and the process of introducing healthy alternatives and taking away some of the unhealthy options from …
 
Lessons of Weight Loss From a Reformed Alcoholic Adam Lee is a husband and a father of four! He works at Hope Community Church as a production team event coordinator, loves riding motorcycles, building furniture, and buying his wife purses. He’s traveled all over the world but still prefers the world at Epcot Center. In this episode as he shares hi…
 
Detox has many benefits. It can both reset your mindset and your body as you intentionally eliminate common contributors to poor health. Unhealthy detox approaches Lemon Water, Cyanne Pepper, and Maple Syrup (thanks Kelly from the Office) A bar or shake "only" program can be unsustainable and are not nutritionally complete Healthy Detox approach An…
 
SNAX was created by David Allen as a plan that would help a person with a sedentary lifestyle and busy people, to find time to do exercises in a work environment. Brandon shared a story of a client who had terrible sciatica and couldn't sleep at night. She had seen the Chiropractor for almost 20 years and would experience temporary relief. Brandon …
 
Dr. Susan works mainly with women entrepreneurs leaders, those women who are just kind of stressing themselves out. She says "people they say you go into medicine to help the people that you were" and she focuses on helping those types of women. I think personally that functional medicine is going to be the way of the future just because it does wo…
 
[00:01:14] Drew Mitchell: My mother died when I was 7 years old. She was 35 she had breast cancer. So that was really challenging at a very young age that I dealt with disgust me think different types of health and fitness not just physically based but mentally emotionally all that good stuff growing up. My father was not a great father, to be hone…
 
Debunking A Lot of Misconceptions About Food, Diet, And Exercises This time around the situation reversed, our host for Fire Within Podcast, Brandon Woolley, is going to be interviewed by our guest host and Brandon’s show producer, owner, and operator of Relevant Media Solutions, Joe Woolworth. Take time to listen in to this episode as Brandon shar…
 
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