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Live Life Better

English, Health / Medicine, 3 seasons, 23 episodes, 14 hours, 45 minutes
Whether at home, work or play, this podcast aims to do exactly what it says on the tin - help you live life better. Back for series two, Melissa Hemsley presents a series of conversations with inspiring authors and experts on subjects from productivity to fitness, relationships and happiness. With insights and practical advice our amazing guests will talk you through simple life hacks and introduce you to pioneering new thinking - all whilst sharing their own stories of trial, error and discovery along the way.
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Mental & physical health

Feeling lethargic? A little sluggish even? Perhaps you wish you were fitter, but those trainers only surface when popping to the shops – If so, join us, in this last episode of the season, where Melissa asks how physical fitness can be used to shape our bodies and minds alike. Psychotherapist William Pullen (Run for Your Life) demonstrates how running with purpose can be used to exercise our inner demons, whilst tennis coach and author Judy Murray (Knowing the Score) shares her thoughts on cultivating resilience through sport. Plus, we hear from Ruby Wax, a monk and a neuroscientist, who think that the mental and physical stresses of body and brain are one in the same – and that mindfulness holds the key to overall contentment. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
3/27/201834 minutes, 40 seconds
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Let's get physical in 2017

In our first episode of Live.Life.Better. we've a range of tips, hints and practical advice for getting fitter, healthier and generally feeling good for 2017. We'll hear from author of 'Running Like A Girl and ‘Leap In’ Alexandra Heminsley on what made her first don a swimming cap and why there’s more to exercise than just strength and aesthetics. 'Leaner, Fitter, Stronger’ co-author James Exton from LDN Muscle also joins the conversation on how to get the most from your exercise routines, plus we've advice from Dalton Wong, superstar personal trainer on how 15 minutes a day spent on something that makes you feel good can result in a world of difference. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
1/27/201740 minutes, 51 seconds