Move Daily Health Podcast s2e03 – How to Change your Stimulus to Change your Life, with Move Daily

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In today’s episode, Freyja & Dain sit down to discuss:

How inputs dictate outputs

How to objectively determine your most impactful inputs

How to give your body a voice

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Show Notes

1:25 – What do we mean by inputs & outputs?

4:45 – What does your *unique* organism require?

7:00 – How to reverse engineer the inputs you need to get the outputs you’re looking for

9:00 – The importance of social support systems (and avoidance of biased information *cough cough social media* in avoiding the guilt-shame cycle and staying objective about your necessary inputs

12:30 – Chicken and egg situation: Are you focusing on the *true* input that’s affecting your outputs/goals/results?

20:00 – How to effectively use supplements (or not)

23:15 – Why your body isn’t “bad” and why this thought process indicates you need to reconsider your inputs

33:15 – Are you physically able to do all the things you want to do every day?

36:50 – If your body had a voice, what would it tell you it did today?

38:40 – The problem with strict diets

42:20 – Dain breaks down a few of the top filters to use when it comes to nutrition inputs

50:30 – Dain’s nutrition homework: Shape your environment to facilitate success

51:55 – Freyja’s movement homework: Add more movement snacks into your days

56:00 – How to sustain success

58:25 – Recap

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