The Thick Thighs Save Lives Podcast released a new episode every Tuesday for the entire year of 2020. It was a crazy year and we never missed a week. Let’s celebrate that accomplishment with a top 10 list from 2020. We totaled up the plays per episode and these were the top episodes according to listeners…
10. How To Become A Person Of Action (Episode 82)
Are you a person of action? Would you like to be? What does it mean to be a person of action, anyway? In this episode, Rachael and Kelsea discuss what it takes to be a person of action: what kind of mindset you need, how to think about improving yourself, and the strategies you need to start taking action. Listen in to hear more about what you can do right now to become a person of action.
9. Body Positivity For All Bodies (Episode 94)
Appearing in an ad on the internet can be an ordeal, because you’ll always get comments from people who don’t like the way you look for one reason or another. In this episode, Rachael and Kelsea talk about body positivity, why showing people with different body types in ads matters, and how some people will use health concerns as an excuse to body shame.
8. Female Fat Loss & Hormones (Episode 55)
How does your cycle affect the way that you eat and exercise? Are there different things that you should be doing in different parts of your cycle? Today’s guest, Dr. Beth Westie, joins the podcast to talk about diet, fitness, and wellness SPECIFICALLY for women’s health. Listen in to hear what Beth has to say about how the female body is different, why so many diets don’t work as well for women, and how the timing of your cycle affects your performance and outcomes in the gym.
7. Let’s Talk About Macros (Episode 99)
Why is counting macronutrients a nutrition strategy that you should consider? Why don’t macros get mainstream attention? Where can you get started with macros? These are some of the questions we tackle on this episode of the Thick Thighs Save Lives podcast with guest Cori Lefkowith. Listen in to hear what Cori has to say about why women continue to struggle with body image and how macros are different from other diet trends.
6. The Episode That Will Not Be Named (Episode 58)
Listen in to hear Rachael & Kelsea discuss the topic that won’t be named. Spoiler alert: This episode is about the dangers of soda and other sugary drinks.
5. There Are No Superheroes (Episode 89)
In this episode Rachael and Kelsea discuss how it truly isn’t possible to do it all and how that’s okay. Comparison is the thief of joy.
4. One Million Listens – Building A Movement (Episode 100)
100 episodes and 1,000,000 listens. Topics Discussed in this episode: Hitting a million downloads, getting off to a shaky start, creating your vision, the greatest accomplishment of the podcast, connecting with the community, favorite episodes, episodes that caused anxiety and the responsibility to share information.
3. Take Your Accountability Back (Episode 88)
Accountability is a popular buzzword in the health and fitness space. But what does it really mean? Do you really need to recruit – or even pay – other people to hold you accountable? In this episode, we’re going to offer a different perspective on the topic of accountability in fitness and how to use it in your favor.
2. Alcohol & Fat Loss (Episode 92)
For most people in our society, alcohol is regularly encountered in all sorts of social situations. The global pandemic has limited social interaction but hasn’t necessarily slowed alcohol consumption. On the contrary, many people may be finding themselves drinking more due to stress. But how does alcohol affect your body, your health and your fitness goals? In this episode, we explore the effects of alcohol on the different systems in your body and why you can’t necessarily compensate for drinking alcohol by cutting calories elsewhere.
1. Are You Self Sabotaging (Episode 93)
It’s bad enough when external factors get in the way of the things that you want to accomplish. However, what’s even worse is when you realize that it isn’t something outside of you that’s holding you back – it’s you. Why do we self-sabotage? How do we know when we’re self-sabotaging? And what can we do to overcome self-sabotaging behaviors? In this episode, we’ll explore the answers to those questions.
The 3rd Annual Movement Challenge (Episode 106)
It’s time to say goodbye to 2020 and hello to 2021. As you leave the old year behind, it’s time to think about building healthy habits for the new year. Everyone experiences motivation to make healthy changes in the new year, but motivation fades, usually by the end of January. Habits, on the other hand, are lasting. And that’s where our annual movement calendar comes in. With the help of the movement calendar, you’ll have what you need to start building the healthy habits you want to maintain in 2021. Listen in to learn more about the movement calendar, the rewards you can find in the calendar, and the nutrition aspects of this year’s movement calendar.
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