Tali Zabari and Cody Limbaugh explore the balance of self-improvement between living with gratitude in the present and developing a vision for your future. As veteran coaches, we often use fitness as an analogy for foundational principles that carry over into living a good life. Success has many definitions, we offer different perspectives on goals, achievements, and hustle culture. Curiosity and practice lead the dance. Special guests add perspective and you, our listeners are invited to contribute to the conversations! Personal development has never been this fun! Shall we dance?
What we're thinking or feeling at any given moment is often dramatically different from our external reality. Aligning your internal dialogue to be closer to the objective truth can be a valuable skill for progress, happiness, contentment, and confidence. Tali and Cody offer up some ideas on how we might develop a healthier outlook.
08:20 Pat Flynn "Hard to read the label when you're inside the bottle"
So you hire a coach, a mentor, a teacher, how can you trust what they're teaching you?
Tali and Cody discuss some key elements and strategies for getting the most out of your mentor relationships.
01:53 Nuno Bettencourt
09:36 How to judge your mentors, teachers, leaders, and coaches. Having a guide is good. Blind obedience is not!
11:28 How can you know something? Francis Bacon and the scientific m...
Explore some key components to a thriving relationship with us as we unpack some of the Philosophy Of Fitness!
04:11 Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones by James Clear: Your environment can have a massive affect on your actions. So one way to develop a new healthy habit, is to construct an environment that prompts you to do those things you want to do.
05:52 Relationship Fitness, how le...
Cody and Tali explore the idea of slowing down to get better results, drawing lessons for life out of the weightlifting cue: Slow Is Smooth And Smooth Is Fast!
00:45 Icebreaker: Favorite Coaching Cues
04:18 Our First Podcast Video! <<Link To YouTube>>
05:27 Today’s Topic: Slow Is Smooth And Smooth Is Fast! How does this carry over from a weightlifting cue into the rest of our lives?
We hear a lot about boundaries these days but we're not all well equipped with how to set boundaries and how to decide what boundaries will serve us well. In today's episode, Tali and Cody explore these ideas and leave you with some actionable take-aways.
05:32 Setting Boundaries - Why is it hard? Perhaps because the way kids are raised is typically with little to no autonomy, rarely given the o...
GET UNSTUCK! WOW! This is a powerful episode, packed with actionable takeaways to get you outside your comfort zone and in a growth state of thriving so you can Live All Your Life!!!
00:00 Icebreaker: What are your "gym superstitions?"
06:43 Atomic Habits An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones by James Clear, The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business Paperback by Cha...
How do you prepare for the challenges of life? Perhaps we can once again take some lessons from the gym and learn to warm-up into the hard things. Ep. 23 of The Philosophy of Fitness.
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00:45 Bloopers and Ice Breakers
04:46 Warming Up for life's challenge...
Teaching is a separate skill set from the subject that is being taught. Seeking the best mentor can sometimes be tricky because that person may or may not be a shining example of where you want to go. This week we discuss some of these nuances and some valuable tips about some counterintuitive ways to learn.
00:44 A Jewish Christmas?
05:48 The difference between being an athlete and being a coach, is it true tha...
It's easy to default to comparing ourselves with other people. But how valuable is this, and are there better ways to strive for improvement? Today on Live All Your Life, Tali and Cody bring another episode of The Philosophy Of Fitness where they discuss the pros and cons of comparison, and how we might develop better strategies for personal development both within and outside the world of competition.
It's easy to get overwhelmed when considering our progress. We can underestimate ourselves and fail to act because we lose faith, or we can overestimate and get into trouble. In this episode, Tali and Cody bring some strategies for self-awareness, so we can realistically and effectively Start Where We're At!
00:00 Intro and Icebreaker
05:06 Start Where You're At: You can't get ready to get ready. You ha...
Avoiding pain is the same as avoiding growth. Of course, we shouldn't be seeking injury, but when it inevitably comes at us, we can re-frame our approach to it to create opportunities that might not have come without the injury! This applies to the gym as well as in the rest of our lives! Relationships, professional pursuits, and even hobbies.
00:00 Intro and Icebreaker - Does Insta out you when you screenshot someon...
Tali and Cody discuss ways to be more effective (hint: it doesn't include doing more, in fact, it might even mean doing less!)
06:30 Today's Topic: Essentialism, Pareto's Law, and Opportunity Costs
09:09 Want an incredibly effective productivity tool? Try timing your tasks and rests. Sounds so simple that it might be easy to ignore but it can be a game changer. TrainHeroic. Read mor...
We give a vulnerable look into our marriage and the intentional practices that we feel have made our relationship so exceptionally successful. Thriving takes intention. We explore making self-discipline easier through gratitude, developing a sense of wonder, and regular practices to build an intentional, thriving life.
00:44 Icebreaker: Memorable Travel Experience
11:52 Today's Topic : Have To - or - Get To? It&...
Explore some key concepts for leveraging the best outcomes. What practices, habits, and actions do you display that carry over into other, seemingly unrelated parts of your life?
00:44 Icebreaker: If you could be great at any sport, what would it be?
03:08 Shout out to History Memes
05:07 Today's topic: Carryover - Keystone Practices that can carryover to multiple areas in your life
06:17 A mental model for ...
Cody and Tali discuss the pitfalls of "All Show And No Go!" and some possible strategies to avoid falling into this trap.
00:45 Icebreaker: Favorite moments of our wedding
05:50 All Show And No Go! Not everything is as it appears!
06:52 Shout-out to David and Sadie Durante at Powermonkey!
07:14 Respect for bodybuilding as a sport and Yoga as a practice and all of the work and dedication it takes, but don't le...
0:44 Icebreaker: Your favorite pick-up lines! (Including some hilarious stories from our past!)
11:21 Intro: Showing Up (With Excellence)
12:52 Aiming high is good, but sometimes you just have to show up
17:27 Something is INFINITELY better than nothing
22:42 The Resistance; Steven Pressfield - Where does resistance come from and what can we do to overcome it?
35:30 Sometimes just showing up is the same as giving 100%, d...
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Do you track your progress in all areas of your life? How can you apply metrics to your relationships? Should you? Join Tali and Cody as they explore the magic of metrics!
01:19 Today's topic: Metrics
02:08 Track everything, or track nothing? Find balance, or accept the pendulum swings?...
Apply these lessons to any area of learning or development! Tali and Cody discuss leadership and mentorship qualities from their experiences as coaches, mentors, leaders, and students. What to look for and how to get the most from a mentorship.
00:45 Icebreaker MASH game
03:25 Coaching And Mentorship
05:24 Asking for guidance is not a sign of weakness
09:15 Culture is punishing us for asking questions
13:18 One Hallmark of a ...
This could change your life! Learning the skills of self-ownership is likely the most important key to living the life you want.
00:46 A vulnerable icebreaker: Cody's introvertedness and feeling insecure about conversation, being steamrolled over by others, and why.
04:05 Tali's family was like the scene from Annie Hall
05:28 Being honest and bringing up your insecurities to people who are close to you c...
00:44 You Can't Live The Life You Want By Fitting It In The Cracks
01:45 Universal Principles
03:23 Self Sabotage from being symptom oriented
05:48 Creating Cohesion in your life
07:52 Start small but don't stay small
09:19 Ratios of action can have enormous impacts on your successes or failures
11:27 Frequency fosters focus
12:15 Get Rich Slowly and where we started out financially; our ruthless adherence to our plan
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