I’ve been toying around with the idea of a podcast dedicated to fitness, weight loss, health coaching and more for awhile now. I’ve had a lot of success in my 120 pound journey and really…I’d just like to share what I’ve learned and hope to help out others that are just starting theirs. But…I’m not 100% confident in this. This is stepping outside my comfort zone, topic wise. We’re going to test the waters here.
I mention it in this episode a couple of times, and I’ll mention it again here. I do not claim to be an expert at any of this. I’m not a fitness guru, I’m not a diet expert and I’m not even done with my own weight loss journey. I have problems, speed bumps and mental issues with the whole process as well. But, I’ve learned a lot and I’d like to think I can help out with others who are hitting some of those speed bumps for the first time. Really, I want to show you that somebody such as me, Joe Schmoe, can do this. So can you.
So, here’s my little experiment. This episode is heavy on *my* journey, because I thought it would be good to start off with introducing my own history so that listeners know where I’m coming from and what I’m doing. Future episodes will cover a number of different topics that cover the gambit of weight loss, fitness, weight lifting, anxiety, stress and just simply dealing with approaching the big 4-0. Essentially, a lot of the things that I tend to wrestle with myself on a day to day basis.
I plan on sticking to a short 30 minute or so format. Some may be shorter, some may be a bit longer. Schedule wise, they may be a bit sporadic to start as well. Like I said, I’m struggling with not being 100% confident in this project and well…that’s a mental beast I wrestle with a lot. Confidence. We’ll see where it goes. I do plan on having guests quite frequently. I hope to see people from all over the spectrum, such as health coaches, nutritionist, trainers, runners and more.
Give the show a shot, let me know what you think. I hope it helps you out, here at the first of the year when we’re running hot and heavy after our New Years resolutions. Feedback is always welcome, feel free to email me at email@example.com or hit me up on Twitter @CaseyBGH. To add to that, feel free to contact me at any time with any questions you may have, or even suggestions for topics to cover on the show. If I don’t know the answer? I’ll find the person that has it and we’ll see what we can find out for you.
Without further adieu…Zen and the Art of 40 Episode 1 – Introductions