Month: August 2018

Ep. 25: Autumn Calabrese on Healthy Eating, Exercising When Anxious, Her Beachbody Programs, and Battling Depression

This week’s episode features an in-depth conversation with celebrity trainer and best-selling author Autumn Calabrese. We discuss her incredible incredible Beachbody programs, her portion-control cookbook FIXATE™, healthy eating, exercising when anxious, and how she battled depression and anxiety herself.

Celebrity trainer, best-selling author, and working mom Autumn Calabrese has created  breakthrough fitness programs 21 Day Fix®, 21 Day Fix EXTREME®, 80 Day Obsession®, The Master’s Hammer and Chisel® and Country Heat®. She’s revolutionized the Beachbody fitness model with her simple approach to healthy eating.

Together with her chef brother, Bobby Calabrese, she authored the portion-control cookbook, FIXATE™ and hosts the cooking show by the same name that streams on Beachbody® On Demand. FIXATE features simple, delicious recipes, all perfectly portion-controlled and easy to make.

Her goal as a health and fitness expert is to motivate and inspire people to make the lasting changes that will serve them and their families for the rest of their lives.

You can find Autumn at www.autumncalabrese.com and follow her on Twitter and Instagram @autumncalabrese. You can also find her on Facebook right here.

Full show notes can be found at: www.anxietydiariespodcast.com/25

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Ep. 24: Adam Cayton-Holland on Tragedy Plus Time, Comedy, Mental Health, and the Healing Power of Birdwatching

This week’s episode features an in-depth conversation with comedian and author Adam Cayton-Holland. We discuss his incredible new memoir TRAGEDY PLUS TIME, mental health, the state of comedy today, and the surprising healing power of birdwatching.

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Adam Cayton-Holland is a national touring headliner who was named one of 25 “Comics to Watch” by Esquire magazine and one of “10 Comics to Watch” by Variety. Along with his co-horts in the The Grawlix comedy troupe, Adam created, writes and stars in truTV’s “Those Who Can’t,” in which Adam plays Spanish teacher and bon vivant Loren Payton.

He has appeared on CONAN, The Late Late Show with James Corden, The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail, Happy Endings, Deadbeat, Flophouse, Hidden America and @midnight. He was also featured on the Nerdist, Comedy Bang Bang and Sklarbro County podcasts. Cayton-Holland has performed at the Montreal Just For Laughs, SXSW, and Bridgetown Comedy festivals, and helms his own comedy extravaganza in Denver, the High Plains Comedy Festival. He has also performed at The Kennedy Center and Carnegie Hall.

Adam has three albums, “I Don’t Know If I Happy,” “Backyards,” and “Adam Cayton-Holland Performs His Signature Bits,” all available on iTunes, and his first book, Tragedy Plus Time, is due to be released by Touchstone Books in 2018.

Adam lives with his wife Katie and a purebred Chesapeake Retriever named Annabel Lee. He once threw out the opening pitch at a Colorado Rockies game and people have described him as “genial,” and “with decent teeth.”

His memoir is called Tragedy Plus Time, and is in stores everywhere now. To grab the audiobook for free (and a 30-day free trial of the Audible service), head over to www.anxietydiariespodcast.com/audible.

You can find Adam at www.adamcaytonholland.com or at www.tragedyplustimebook.com and follow him on Twitter @CaytonHolland and Instagram @caytonholland. You can also find him on Facebook right here.

Full show notes can be found at: www.anxietydiariespodcast.com/24

The mental health podcast that I mention in the episode is Boyz Do Cry, and I highly recommend taking a listen to their show.

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Ep. 23: KJ Dell’Antonia on How To Be a Happier Parent and Love (Almost) Every Minute

This week’s episode features an in-depth conversation with writer and podcaster KJ Dell’Antonia. We discuss her incredible new book HOW TO BE A HAPPIER PARENT, the anxiety she felt leaving her editorial position at The New York Times and becoming a freelancer, some tips on dealing with anxious children, and how happier parents lead to happier children.

KJ Dell’Antonia is a writer and a regular contributor to The New York Times, where she wrote and edited the Motherlode blog from 2011 until 2016 and was a contributing editor to the Well Family section from 2016-2017.

Prior to this, she was one of Slate’s XX Factor bloggers and a contributor to Slate, where she covered parenting and a broad range of subjects, from legal issues to pop culture.

She is also the co-host of the popular #AmWriting podcast.

KJ lives in Lyme, New Hampshire, with her husband and four children.

Her latest book is called How to Be a Happier Parent: Raising a Family, Having a Life, and Loving (Almost) Every Minute, and is in stores everywhere on August 21. To grab the audiobook for free (and a 30-day free trial of the Audible service), head over to www.anxietydiariespodcast.com/audible.

You can find KJ at www.kjdellantonia.com  or at www.howtobeahappierparent.com and follow her on Twitter @kjdellantonia and Instagram @kjda. You can also find her on Facebook right here. You can find the #AmWriting podcast on any of your preferred podcast platforms.

Full show notes can be found at: www.anxietydiariespodcast.com/23

The New York Times story that I wrote in 2015 (which KJ edited) is called “I Told the World We’d Raise an Only Child. I Was Wrong.” You can find it here.

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Ep. 22: Dr. Jen Esquer on the Connection Between Physical and Mental Health, @docjenfit Mobility Challenges, and How You Can Start Moving Your Body

This week’s episode features an in-depth conversation with Dr. Jen Esquer. We discuss her incredible commitment to teaching the importance of mobility, the connection between physical and mental health, how she grew her Instagram page to nearly half-a-million followers, her famous Mobility Challenges, and how you can start moving your body.

Jen Esquer is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and movement enthusiast. She treats patients privately in Los Angeles and has online programs called The Mobility Method and The Optimal Body that reach people globally.

She uses her social platforms to push educational videos on how to maintain mobility, increase strength, and prevent pain throughout the body. As a former gymnast of 9 years and pilates instructor for 6 years, Jen is an avid mover who dabbles in AcroYoga, calisthenics, weight training, pilates and yoga.

Her vision is to empower others to continue to move and live a pain-free, active lifestyle.

You can find Jen at www.docjenfit.com and follow her on Instagram @docjenfit. You can also find her on Facebook right here.

Full show notes can be found at: www.anxietydiariespodcast.com/22

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Ep. 21: The Worst Panic Attack I Have Ever Had

This week’s episode is about the story of the worst panic attack that I have ever had. I mean, it was just a really bad one for me, and a story that I think you all need to hear to know that you’re not alone in this mental health journey. I hope you find it helpful.

Full show notes can be found at: www.anxietydiariespodcast.com/21

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