Can Katie survive 2 weeks of high-intensity, low-impact ZUU training? Katie wants to try ZUU to learn a new style of bodyweight training, test her physical fitness and challenge her mental resilience. Host Katie Williams speaks with ZUU founder Nathan Helberg about how ZUU can prevent injury, why bodyweight training is so demanding and how she can rediscover her inner athlete.
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Can Katie beat Imposter Syndrome in 2 weeks? Katie wants to overcome Imposter Syndrome so she can feel proud of her achievements, put herself forward for new opportunities and realise her full potential. Host Katie Williams speaks with mindset coach Suzanne Mercier about what Imposter Syndrome is, how it presents differently in men and women and the steps Katie needs to take to beat (or better manage) it.
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Will practicing minimalism for 2 weeks help Katie think, move or feel better? Katie wants to declutter her physical, emotional and digital worlds to feel less anxious, improve her mental clarity and feel more grateful. Host Katie Williams speaks with performance & lifestyle coach and minimalist Blake Worrall Thompson about the mental health benefits he’s experienced from living a minimalist lifestyle, the impact of having too many unread texts and how to be content with what you’ve got...
Will eating a high protein diet for 2 weeks help Katie think, move or feel better? Katie wants to try a high protein diet to feel fuller for longer, snack less and recover faster from her training sessions. Host Katie Williams speaks with clinical nutritionist, Bridget Hunt, about what protein does in the body, where to find it in plant-based foods and how much protein Katie should be eating each day.
Will practicing Wim Hof breathing for 2 weeks help Katie think, move or feel better? Katie wants to try a daily breathing practice to improve her mental clarity, increase her energy and improve her mental & physical recovery. Host Katie Williams speaks with breathwork facilitator, Tom Kerr, about the benefits of breathwork, where the Wim Hof method came from and how to do Katie can practice it safely.
Will tracking her macros for 2 weeks help Katie think, move or feel better? Katie wants to keep track of her carbohydrates, protein & fat to better understand how much food she is consuming, how much energy she is burning and where the gaps are in her nutrition. Host Katie Williams speaks with evidence-based fat loss coach, Ash Lane, about how to track her macros, tracking food while eating out and how Katie can use her macros to achieve her fitness goals.
Will working on her gut health for 2 weeks help Katie think, move or feel better? Katie wants to work on her gut health so she can digest food more easily, feel less bloated and have more energy. Host Katie Williams speaks with nutritionist & dietitian Marika Day about what the gut microbiome actually is, what a healthy gut should feel like and the small steps Katie can take to improve her own gut health.
Will quitting coffee for 2 weeks help Katie think, move or feel better? Katie has drunk up to four cups of coffee per day, every day, for over 10 years. She wants to quit coffee cold turkey to break her addiction to caffeine, sleep better and improve her natural energy. Host Katie Williams speaks with naturopath and nutritionist Reece Carter about the impact of caffeine on the body, what substitutes Katie is allowed to drink and how much coffee is too much.
Will learning how to manifest for 2 weeks help Katie think, move or feel better? Katie wants to learn how to manifest so she can set new intentions, feel more inspired and start working towards her future self. Host Katie Williams speaks with manifesting coach, Hollie Azzopardi, about what manifesting is, how to set intentions and why Katie needs to surrender and trust in the process.
Will new sleep health routines help Katie think, move or feel better? Katie wants to create new sleep routines so she can go to bed feeling tired, wake up easier and better maintain energy throughout the day. Host Katie Williams speaks with sleep coach, Elina Winnel, about how Katie’s nervous system impacts her sleep, the importance of creating good habits throughout the day and what she’s allowed to watch on Netflix before bed.
Will fasting intermittently for 2 weeks help Katie think, move or feel better? Katie wants to try fasting to better support her digestion, improve her mental sharpness and test her self-discipline. Host Katie Williams speaks with naturopath and clinical nutritionist, Layla Metcalfe, about the benefits of fasting, how to sustain energy throughout the day and what to do when she gets hungry.
Will practicing mobility twice a day for 2 weeks help Katie think, move or feel better? Katie wants to try a daily mobility practice to lower her risk of injury, recover more quickly from training and better support her hips and lower back. Host Katie Williams speaks with yoga teacher and personal trainer Shona Vertue about how she developed her ‘Vertue Method’, the differences between mobility and flexibility and mobility exercises Katie can do while working at a desk.
Will practicing positive psychology for 2 weeks help Katie think, move or feel better? Katie wants to tackle her self-critical and perfectionist mindset so she can let go of emotional baggage, progress in her career and develop a more compassionate relationship with herself. Host Katie Williams speaks with positive psychologist Dr Suzy Green about the differences between clinical and positive psychology, why Katie has been resistant to seeking help in the past and the skills she needs to...
Will eating a plant-based diet for 2 weeks help Katie think, move or feel better? Katie wants to try a whole-food, plant-based diet to see if her skin improves, her reflux decreases, and if she feels full from only eating plants. Host Katie Williams speaks with clinical nutritionist Sami Bloom about the benefits she’s noticed from eating a plant-based diet and how Katie can maintain a nutrient-rich diet without any animal products.
Will quitting alcohol for 2 weeks help Katie think, move or feel better? Katie wants to take a break from drinking and see if it helps her train harder, sleep better and to see if she can continue to socialise when alcohol isn’t involved. Host Katie Williams speaks with founder & CEO of Hello Sunday Morning, Chris Raine, about the revelations he had about himself and others when he quit drinking for a year, and he gives Katie advise on how to go on a date sober.
Will meditating for 40 minutes every day for 2 weeks help Katie think, move or feel better? Katie learned Vedic meditation at the height of her athletic career three years ago, but she’s fallen out of the habit since retiring. Host Katie Williams speaks with Vedic meditation teacher Janoah van Kekem about what Vedic meditation is, the benefits of daily meditation and tips for how to fit it into her busy schedule.
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Katie wants to develop a more balanced relationship with food after retiring from a career as a full-time athlete where her diet was restricted. So will intuitive eating for 2 weeks help Katie think, move or feel better? For support with this challenge, host Katie Williams speaks with nutritionist and intuitive eating counsellor, Nadia Felsch, about Katie’s changing attitude to food, the relationship between intuitive eating and binge eating and her fear of gaining weight during the...
Ex-Australian beach sprinter and fitness trainer Katie Williams takes on different diet and lifestyle challenges for 2 weeks at a time, to see if they help her think, move or feel better.
She speaks with experts to get the advice and support she needs before each challenge and afterwards she checks back in to see if she's better for having done the challenge.
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Katie feels like her sugar-cravings have become a bad habit that are starting to affect her mood and have become a crutch for her to deal with stress. So will quitting sugar for two weeks help Katie think, move or feel better? For support with this challenge, host Katie Williams speaks with nutritionist and sugar-free foodie, Liv Kaplan, about the impact of sugar on people’s health, the benefits she should feel after cutting it from her diet and whether 2 weeks is enough to see a change in...
Diabetes is a very small part of what makes Drew. He is an exercise physiologist, diabetes educator, sport scientist and most importantly – a happy and healthy guy thriving with type 1 diabetes.
Not only has he accepted living with diabetes, but he has also learned to love it and manage it so that it doesn’t manage him.
Sure, his world shifted when he was first diagnosed, but after making positive changes to the way he lives, eats, moves and his new approach on life, he can honestly say...
Layla is a university qualified Naturopath, clinical nutritionist, public speaker, health coach, and educator.
In today's episode, we dive deeply into supporting the immune system, increasing energy, managing stress, improving gut health and much more.
As a clinician, Layla is experienced in getting to the heart of others health concerns. She works closely with her patients to join the dots and fill in any gaps, addressing imbalances and getting to the underlying cause of suboptimal...
You’d never know it but Simon is one of the country’s most successful and sought-after businessmen. From managing multiple global businesses and finishing off his masters in nutrition, to now launching his passion project. He is creating waves in the nutrition space.
This man is truly remarkable....
He has used his time, energy and money to create a non for profit brand called Plant Proof. It was inspired by Simon’s own experience with transitioning from eating animal foods to a...
Caroline Groth is a Mental & Physical Health Advocate who aspires to inspire a change in society by sharing her own health journey through eating disorders, depression and anxiety. She shows how to strive to lead a happier, healthier, more mindful life, in which she hopes everyone can incorporate into their lives.
She has lived through cancer at a young age and survived it. It's a pleasure to have her on to tell her story - it's raw, it's real and ever so inspiring.
Former Miss Universe and certified health coach, Tegan has a passion for health and wellness. She opens up about her struggle with Chronic fatigue, how she balances her career, and her mental, physical and emotional health.
Known for her success on Celebrity Apprentice, and more recently her time in the jungle on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, she's more brains than beauty and has an incredible energy.
In today's episode we dive deep into Tegan's story, her personal health journey...