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The HERO Podcast: Healthy Living, Habits, Mindfulness & Movement

Join Luke Jones - Online Content Creator, Personal Trainer, Nutrition Coach and Movement Geek - as he explores and shares ideas in healthy living, mindfulness and human performance. Whether you’re looking to eat a healthier diet, hone your movement skills, develop real-world functional fitness, build a regular mindfulness meditation practice, carve out the career of your dreams, or simply LIVE BETTER - the HERO Podcast is about providing you with the tools and habits you need to reach your goals and start living the life you’ve always wanted to live. Through weekly ponderings, essays and interviews, the goal is to help you bridge that gap between having a plan and taking action. Ultimately, to help you unlock your potential and unleash your inner HERO. Topics span the whole spectrum of healthy living and lifestyle design, including but not limited to: bodyweight fitness, mindful movement, building muscle, fat loss, martial arts, plant based nutrition, vegan eating, primal living, healthy habits, minimalism, meditation, mindfulness, entrepreneurship, creativity, productivity, and pretty much everything in between. For show notes, free resources, eBooks, coaching and more, head to: http://herohealthroom.com/heropodcast ---
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Feb 27, 2017

What are your cornerstone habits?

This week on The HERO Podcast we're looking at the idea of keystone or cornerstone habits.

What the heck are they?

Eseentially, they're habits that form the foundation of a healthy, meaningful lifestyle. The bare bones, if you like.

The habits that facilitate other positive changes. The ones the kickstart a positive feedback loop, and really aid you on your hero's journey.

No doubt - these habits are gonna vary quite a bit from person to person.

But on today's show I'm sharing the ones that work well for me, and help keep me on the straight and narrow. Hopefully, they'll get your creative juices flowing so you can come up with your own.

Let's take a look.

What we cover in this week's episode of The HERO Podcast: 

  • How certain habits can spark a negative, downward cycle, and how you can begin to break that cycle today.
  • How to form the habit of regular meditation, and how this can have a knock-on effect on the rest of your life.
  • The potential power of movement, food, social interaction, journaling, and much much more.

 

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Feb 20, 2017

Time for a Q&A episode

If you've followed Health Room for a little while, you’ll know that when you sign up to my newsletter to get The HERO Toolkit and updates from the blog, I ask you to let me know about your greatest challenge when it comes to living a healthy, fulfilling lifestyle.

And if I have any tips that I think might help, I’ll share them with you.

Now I was doing a Youtube series where I answered said questions, but in all honesty - the time it was taking to record, edit and release videos was starting to get a little too much to juggle. There are only so many hours in the day.

So I thought I'd start making my way through the backlog of questions, and share some of my answers with you guys here on The HERO Podcast instead :)

Why?

My theory is that if one person is struggling with something, then it makes sense that others are too. So by sharing my answers here, I can potentially help more than just that one person.

So if you do have a question or challenge related to nutrition, movement, mindfulness, entrepreneurship or habit changing - get in touch. And if I have anything useful to share, I'll address it in a future episode of the show.

Let's get started.

 

What we cover in this week's episode of The HERO Podcast: 

  • How to get started with mobility training, improving active flexibility and enhancing how your body moves.
  • Three simple tips to help you fit a movement practice around a busy schedule.
  • The long-term strategy for overcoming binge eating and improving your relationship with food.
Feb 13, 2017

"Accountability breeds response-ability."

Stephen Covey

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Who is holding you accountable?

Time for another solo episode of The HERO Podcast, where I dig into another super important principle in forming lasting, healthy habits:

Accountability.

If you find yourself slacking or you're prone to giving into temptations and returning to your old behavior patterns, this is definitely something you're gonna want to explore and experiment with.

Let's take a closer look.

What we cover in this week's episode of The HERO Podcast: 

  • How being accountable helped me change my mindset and physical training from one that was destroying my body, to one that promotes long-term health, mobility and strength.
  • How you can enlist friends and family to help keep you on track towards your goal (even if they aren't joining you on your journey).
  • Some of the best apps and online communities you can use in conjunction (or instead of) real life accountability partners.

Shownotes and more at: http://herohealthroom.com/

Feb 6, 2017

"Consistency is more important at first, than quantity and even quality"

Derek Doepker

What we cover in this week's episode of The HERO Podcast: 

  • The three simple (but immensely powerful) words you can use to kickstart any habit change and build momentum.
  • The massive impact your language choice can have on your ability to make lasting changes (and how to adopt the growth mindset).
  • Why failure might not be what you once thought, and how you can reframe failure to help create the life you want to live.
  • The best tools and resources Derek utilizes to keep him on a healthy, meaningful path.

 

Shownotes & more: http://herohealthroom.com/heropodcast/

 

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