How To Use Biofeedback To Boost Your Exercise! Interview with Kim Payne, LPCC BONUS EPISODE!
Hey friend! Just dropping a BONUS EPISODE for you all this awesome Thursday!
We are here today to talk about Mind-Body Connection, specifically how this might be beneficial when it comes to exercise. On this podcast, we talk a lot about biofeedback when it comes to the food-body connection which is why I am so excited to expand this conversation today to exercise.
I am stoked for several reasons…
I am in an exceptionally awesome mood today because I get to record this bonus episode for you all, it was a rainy cozy morning, and I have been trying something new lately that I am really feeling the benefits of this morning. A couple of weeks ago I started replacing my second cup of morning coffee with a new nootropic beverage. If y’all don’t know what nootropics are… in short they are cognitive enhancers. Coffee in fact is a nootropic. But in this case, I have added Magic Mind to my morning routine I have some extra energy today! Magic Mind contains Matcha which is a great anti-inflammatory agent. It also contains L-theanine which reduces stress. These compounds work together to prevent the spike in cortisol levels and the inevitable crash that comes from ingesting too much caffeine. #guilty It also has my two favorite adaptogens: Ashwagandha and Lion’s mane. If you want to try this out my friends over at Magic Mind are giving us 20% off. Head on over to https://www.magicmind.co/fha and be sure to enter "FHA20" to get your extra 20% off.
I am excited to have Kim Payne back on the show! Just a little bit about Kim— she is a wife, girl-mom, and mama of the most active dog in New Mexico (literally, Nike has the most steps in Albuquerque). She specializes in the treatment of eating disorders, has her master's degree inApplied Sports Psychology, is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and currently pursuing her PhD in Clinical Counseling and Supervision. Kim is a wealth of knowledge.
Get ready for a treat today as we chat about enhancing your relationship with exercise. To connect with Kim reach out to her at firstname.lastname@example.org.