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Owens Recovery Science, INC is a single source for PTs, OTs, ATCs, DCs, MDs and other medical professionals seeking certification in personalized blood flow restriction rehabilitation training (PBFR) and the equipment needed to apply it. We are the largest provider of BFR training and systems for professional/collegiate teams and healthcare systems.
 
The Hello Someday Podcast helps busy and successful women build a life they love without alcohol. Visit www.hellosomedaycoaching.com to grab the FREE Sober Girl's Guide To Quitting Drinking - 30 Tips For Your First 30 Days. Host Casey McGuire Davidson, a certified life coach and creator of The Sober Girl’s Guide to Quitting Drinking, brings together her experience quitting drinking while navigating work and motherhood, along with experts in personal development, self-care, addiction and reco ...
 
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Youth-Focused Sports Nutrition

Podcasts by Tracy Owens (MPH, RD, CSSD, LDN)

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Science-based, youth-focused, sports nutrition strategies presented by board certified sports dietitian, Tracy Owens (MPH, RD, CSSD, LDN). These are audio recordings of the Performance Nutrition pages at www.FuelingAthletes.com. Topics cover fueling before, during, and after activity, sports beverages, chocolate milk, the elite athlete's plate, and more.
 
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What happens in your first year alcohol-free? How will you feel in your first 30 days sober? And what changes might you see in your body and your life after 100 days of not drinking? How do you navigate your first holiday, party, friendships, relationships, Halloween, Oktoberfest and football season without alcohol? My guest is one of my private co…
 
Have you ever wondered why you crave alcohol? Why do you feel happier when you know you’re going to drink? And why do you feel irritable, restless and discontented when you don’t drink or you’re trying to take a break? Why do you promise yourself in the morning that you’re going to take a break from alcohol and by 6pm you’re opening another bottle …
 
Have you been going back and forth about whether you should take a break from drinking but don’t check all the boxes for a person who had a “real problem” with alcohol? That’s the case for a lot of high-achieving women. We think that having a problem with alcohol is black or white. Either you fall into the category of someone who is an alcoholic or…
 
Do you drink a lot and also feel physically and emotionally burned out? Maybe your life feels unmanageable, work stress is constant, you’re sleeping terribly, tired, empty, unmotivated, overwhelmed or mentally exhausted. The physical and emotional symptoms of burnout often go hand in hand with alcohol use and abuse, and the signs and symptoms of bu…
 
“For women, moving away from behaviors that don’t work for us anymore, letting go of core beliefs that convince us we’re broken and not enough, laying a stake in the ground around our desires, is an act of making noise”. - Andrea Owen Have you ever received the message that you’re “too much”? Too loud, too opinionated, too sensitive or emotional, t…
 
Ambitious and capable women can easily fall into the trap of overperforming and underliving. We get lost in overthinking, overcommitting, overwhelm, and an over-devotion to letting other people call the shots of our lives. We prioritize other people’s needs and priorities and end up living a life someone else has designed and dictated, instead of s…
 
Has your people-pleasing habit left you with an overstuffed calendar, unrelenting anxiety that someone might be mad at you, and the inability to get through tough conversations without having a heart attack and the desire to check out at night with alcohol? If you worry a lot about what other people think of you, look towards others for approval an…
 
In this episode Johnny and Kyle chat with Dr. Lee Winchester about his BFR research. We discuss his recent paper in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research and we talk somewhat in-depth about muscle damage.Lee Winchester, PhD is an assistant professor of exercise science at the University of Alabama. His research interests include 1) the …
 
This is Part 2 of a conversation with my husband about what happened in our marriage once I stopped drinking. To listen to Part 1 of this conversation go to www.hellosomedaycoaching.com/71 Mike and I had been together for 18 years before I stopped drinking alcohol. Those years of dating, marrying and becoming parents together were filled with many …
 
What role does alcohol play in a marriage? And what happens in relationships when one partner decides to stop drinking? So many women worry about the role alcohol plays in their marriage and what might happen if they were to decide to quit drinking. Whether your spouse is your drinking buddy, wants you to stop drinking, doesn’t want you to stop dri…
 
If you've read any Quit Lit, Catherine Gray's book, The Unexpected Joy Of Being Sober, is likely on your bookshelf or Kindle. It's one of the first books about giving up alcohol I recommend to women as they're starting their journey to stop drinking. So I'm incredibly excited because my guest today is the author of The Unexpected Joy Of Being Sober…
 
Many women find themselves turning to alcohol and drinking more during the decline of a marriage, during a separation or once their divorce is final. Why do women drink after a divorce? Divorce can bring to the surface feelings of uncertainty, loneliness, resentment, fear, regret, guilt, anger and shame for many women. These emotions can be difficu…
 
Sober Travel is all the rage. So how do you take an alcohol-free vacation? If you’re sober curious, in early sobriety or simply want a mindful and relaxing health and wellness break, you are going to love sober travel! The New York Times published an article recently about sober travel going mainstream with wellness and mental health being top moti…
 
How many of us learned healthy coping mechanisms for managing stress, anxiety or depression when we were kids? If our parents didn’t model for us healthy ways to cope with the normal human emotions of overwhelm, loneliness, resentment, anger or fear, it’s easy to emulate their patterns or buy into the narrative that alcohol will help us take the ed…
 
For so many of us alcohol keeps us playing small. We love opening a bottle of wine at the end of the day but don’t realize how much of our time, energy, motivation and ability to follow through on our goals is being diminished by our drinking habit. You might have New Year's Resolutions that you somehow never seem to keep, hobbies you’ve always wan…
 
In this episode, Johnny and Kyle chat with Dr. Jeremy Loenneke of the University of Mississippi about his BFR research. We cover a number of topics here. You’re sure to enjoy this one!!Topics covered: * Dr. Loenneke’s beginnings in BFR research * The move of BFR into the clinical world and the many things that must be considered when doing so. And …
 
I used to be a wine mom. I bought into the idea that moms need to drink to relax and cope with the demands of motherhood. I felt like opening a bottle of wine helped me transition from work to home and made me feel the way I used to before I had kids. I saw wine as my well-deserved reward for getting through the day. Plus, I love being efficient. I…
 
Today I’m talking about giving up alcohol with Paul Churchill, the founder of Recovery Elevator. Paul is a leading voice in the world of recovery having launched the podcast, Recovery Elevator, 6 years ago as an accountability tool when he was first getting sober. The Recovery Elevator podcast has been downloaded over 6 million times in 145 countri…
 
Do you go through the cycle of trying to detox your body after drinking too much with healthy eating and exercise, only to turn around and retox again with wine, beer, or cocktails? I did that for years. -I’d drink a bottle of wine each night and then go to a 5:30 am workout class. -I’d go running after work and then come home and open a bottle of …
 
Are you worried you won’t have fun without alcohol? Is FOMO (the fear of missing out) keeping you drinking? Can’t imagine what life would look like without happy hours? Wondering if there is (actually) life beyond the bottle? You’re not alone! My guest today is Tricia Lewis, the creator and host of the Recovery Happy Hour. She’s here to talk about …
 
What does your self love practice look like? Are you chasing love and acceptance from others instead of finding love within yourself? Self love means taking care of your needs and not sacrificing your well-being to please others. Accepting yourself first is the first step to healing. Today, I’m talking with self love expert Aubree Nichols who has s…
 
Sometimes if you’re lucky someone reaches out to you in the early days when you’re first trying to stop drinking and shows you how to take the first steps. And for me, that person was Dawn Nickel. 8 years ago, when I first thought that I needed to stop drinking and decided to try life without wine, Dawn reached out to me. I was traveling with my so…
 
Tell their story - In episode 3 of our Memorial Day triple cast Johnny interviews Ryan Hendrickson author of "Tip of the Spear" (buy it here https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07W1KC344), and Dr. Joe Hsu of Atrium Health. They talk about their experiences managing and recovering from limb salvage procedures. More about Ryan: https://ryanmhendrickson.com/Mo…
 
Tell their story episode 2 - In this installment Kyle reads a message from his friend and Marine Will Cuellar about Memorial Day and 3 men he would like to honor. Then Johnny and Kyle talk w/ Retired Lt. Col. Dr. Kevin Kirk of The San Antonio Orthopedic Group. For more about Dr. Kirk: https://www.tsaog.com/our-physicians/physician/kevin-kirk/…
 
Tell their story - This is our inaugural Memorial Day podcast where we will attempt to honor the fallen. In this first episode, Kyle offers a brief history of Memorial Day and some of the traditions associated with it. At minute 16 we observe a one-minute moment of silence in honor of the National Moment of Remembrance. Then Zac and Kyle talk about…
 
Do you wonder why drinking alcohol helps you feel relaxed and then leaves you awake at 3am? Or why do you have trouble moderating how much you drink? How is it possible that alcohol is both a depressant and a stimulant? Why does a substance that makes you feel euphoric later leave you feeling so low with anxiety and a hangover? And is it actually t…
 
In early sobriety, sober treats are important, not an indulgence. Don’t underestimate their power, because sober treats are essential to helping you both stop drinking and keep going once willpower runs out and motivation fades When you’re walking away from drinking you need your time without alcohol to feel rewarding and kind - not like a punishme…
 
Today marks ONE YEAR since I started this podcast! I can’t believe it. When I look back on the past year, I’ve been a little scared everytime I release an episode but mostly happy and grateful. I’m amazed to see women like you listening and reaching out and telling me that the podcast is helping them. Launching this podcast has been incredible and …
 
Let’s talk about what happens to your body when you drink alcohol and what happens when you stop drinking after consuming it on a regular basis. I asked Gillian Tietz, the Sober Scientist and host of the Sober Powered Podcast, to come on the podcast to talk about the Science and Psychology of Addiction. In today’s episode, Gill and I discuss Why al…
 
In this episode Johnny and Kyle chat with Dr. Jamie Burr, Director of the Human Performance & Health Research Laboratory at the University of Guelph. During this podcast we discuss Dr. Burr and his lab’s work centering on ischemic preconditioning, and blood flow restriction exercise and how it can be used to address the exercise needs of the elite …
 
What do you desire in life and what’s holding you back from going after what you want? Are you worried that your dreams aren’t practical or achievable? Or that you’re selfish or self-indulgent for wanting more than you have? Do you feel like you’re too busy, with too many responsibilities to go after something new (and you’ll have time to focus on …
 
We all have negative thoughts at times and often can be our own worst critics. And if you have a tendency to be hard on yourself, the automatic thoughts you have can have a big impact on your emotions and the way you experience and interpret the world around you. It’s normal to feel sadness, anger, worry and loneliness at times. But getting stuck i…
 
Let's talk about sugar, diets and early sobriety. This topic comes up all the time with women who are trying to stop drinking because they’re fearful of replacing overconsumption of alcohol with food. Common advice in early sobriety is to let go of your ‘food rules’, go ahead and eat the Peanut M&Ms, have dessert and don’t get too hungry. But a lot…
 
Did you know that you can live alcohol-free and still enjoy your life? You can still be social, still hang out with your friends who drink and also transform internally. You can let go of the things in your life that aren’t serving you, but also keep the people and activities that bring you joy. You can have everything you’ve always wanted. That’s …
 
Let’s talk about the fact that most women who realize that they have a problematic relationship with alcohol don’t actually ‘want’ to stop drinking. Most of us had a lot of good times drinking over the years. At one point drinking was a lot of fun, and sometimes it still is. We had amazing vacations, girl’s nights and romantic date nights with alco…
 
In this episode Johnny and Kyle chat with Todd Schroeder, PhD, MS, CSCS, FACSM of the University of Southern California. The fellas discuss how Todd go interested in BFR and how he has and continues to explore its effects on muscle! Dr. Schroeder holds a full-time faculty position in the USC Divisionof Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. He is the…
 
Let’s talk about perfectionism - what it is, why it happens and how it might be holding you back from doing the things you are meant to do and what you want to do in life. My guest today is Sara Dean. She’s a mindset, business and leadership coach who helps women own their space, stop shrinking and start shining. I absolutely love Sara - her perspe…
 
Can the principles of spiritual psychology help you heal from past traumas? We’re going to unpack the tools, techniques and practical application of a spiritual psychology approach on the podcast today. Spiritual Psychology is a blend of spirituality and science. It uses elements of both traditional psychology and spirituality in order to help indi…
 
Rebecca (Bex) Weller is one of my favorite people to talk with about why life without alcohol is awesome. Bex is a Health & Life Coach from Perth, Australia. She’s the founder of Sexy Sobriety and the author of two books, A Happier Hour and Up All Day. The work Bex does is centered around helping women discover how much they gain once they put down…
 
Are you a busy mom who has been using alcohol as a coping mechanism? You’re not alone. My guests today are Kate Baily and Mandy Manners, the authors of the new book, Love Yourself Sober - A Self Care Guide For Busy Moms Going Alcohol-Free, and we’re talking about what to do if you’re questioning your drinking habits and how to create a live you lov…
 
In Laura McKowen’s memoir, We Are The Luckiest, she writes, “There is a life that is calling you forward, begging you to meet its eye, to glimpse its vision for you. You can get only so far by running away from what you do not want. Eventually you will have to turn toward what you do. You will have to run toward a bigger yes.” I invited Laura to jo…
 
In this episode we chat with Associate Professor in the Division of Physical Therapy and the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at University of Kentucky Brian Noehren, PT, PhD, FACSM and Associate Professor Chris Fry, PhD of University of Kentucky in the Department of Athletic Training and Clinical Nutrition. Brian and Chris have a registered (ref. …
 
I am excited about this podcast because it is my five year anniversary of the day I quit drinking! When I look back at the number five, it seems impossibly large. I remember when it was so hard for me to get past day five. 30 days seemed so big. 100 days was an accomplishment that I was bursting with pride and over a year was more than I thought I …
 
I was drawn to my guest today immediately because of a powerful post, she wrote about why she doesn't identify with the label of being an alcoholic. I don't identify as an alcoholic either. I don’t feel like that label serves me or explains my personal experience and unless they prefer it I don’t use that label to describe the women I work with. He…
 
My guest today is Annika O'Melia- a psychotherapist who specializes in the treatment of anxiety, trauma, and perinatal mental health with adult women. Annika quit drinking over 9 years and has four kids under 10, including a set of twin four year olds. She hosts the podcast Mother Recovering, originally started to talk about the stigma of being a n…
 
What do you do in sobriety when you’re feeling stressed out, overwhelmed, angry or anxious? You need to calm the adrenaline coursing through your body, regulate what you’re feeling and restore peace - without pouring yourself a drink. Today I’m sharing a new sober tool to add to your toolbox. My guest is Jen Broyles, a Holistic Health Coach and SOM…
 
In this episode the fellas discuss a recent paper in the Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports. The paper did a really nice job of refining the work of other authors to remove some bias and give a nice picture of what has been shown thus far as it pertains to the comparison of BFR w/ light weigh to traditional strength training via h…
 
Worrying about your drinking is a lonely and dark place to be, especially in midlife when women often feel stressed out, unfulfilled and lonely. And that’s where my guest, Lori Massicot, says she lived for too long. At 45 Lori says she was an over-drinker, overeater, "sky is falling" type of gal who, after questioning her drinking for two years, fi…
 
My guest today is Clare Pooley. Her book The Sober Diaries: How One Mom Stopped Drinking And Started Living is based on her blog, Mummy Was A Secret Drinker, which describes her first 365 days of living without alcohol. The Sober Diaries is one of the first books I recommend to all of my clients as they stop drinking. In The Sober Diaries Clare tel…
 
Today my guest on the podcast is my very own sober coach. Belle Robertson from Tired Of Thinking About Drinking was the person I emailed on my very last “Day 1” 5 years ago, after I woke up at 3am and decided that I needed support to stop drinking wine every night. After that first day, and over the course of 2 years, Belle and I exchanged over 800…
 
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