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Zestology: Live with energy, vitality and motivation

Sky Sports presenter and author Tony Wrighton goes on a podcast journey to find more energy, vitality and motivation. Packed full of awesome guests, fun biohacking gadgets, supercharged supplements and some of the most respected and well-known experts on the planet. Get inspired, motivated and healthy, and come and join Tony on his zesty journey. New to Zestology? Look for the 🍊 for some fave episodes.
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Aug 28, 2016

Bust stress like a boss - with celebrity trainer and entrepreneur Angela Martindale #78

The way to bust stress and change unhealthy habits all comes down to consistency.

Angela Martindale is a celebrity trainer and entrepreneur and helps her clients bust stress like a boss.

According to her, it takes 21 days to create a healthy habit. So whatever you want to achieve, if you're willing to give it 21 days, you could change things permanently.

If you can be consistent for 21 days of your life, you can change your mindset, achieve more of your goals, and bust stress like a boss.

​In today's podcast, I also reveal the daily practice that I do every evening - every single night, that has possibly worked better for me than anything else.

Enjoy!

Aug 26, 2016

Next time on Zestology:

It takes 21 days to create a healthy habit. So whatever you want to achieve, if you're willing to give it 21 days, you could change things permanently.

If you can be consistent for 21 days of your life, you can change your mindset, achieve more of your goals, and bust stress like a boss.

Angela Martindale has more - next time on Zestology

 

Aug 21, 2016

Straight off the bat, today's podcast guests have an awesome name. The Personality Hackers. I love the idea of hacking into anything, so if they can help me hack and improve our behaviours, capabilities and more, that could work.

The Personality Hackers are Joel Mark Witt & Antonia Dodge. Coming up today.

  • What's more important - natural talent or hard work?
  • How to deal with negative feedback (this is good)
  • How to find your flow state
  • How to show up happier, more resourceful and more energy
  • How to be sure that you are on the right path
  • AND... How to hack into your personality and be more effective...
Aug 19, 2016

 

Next time on Zestology:

  • What's more important - natural talent or hard work?
  • How to deal with negative feedback (this is good)
  • How to find your flow state

And loads more, with the Personality Hackers.

Aug 14, 2016

Sometimes on my podcast Zestology I get very specific - into the nitty gritty of supplements, lifestyle practices and the science of feeling good. And then sometimes, I like to meet and pick the brains of interesting, successful and prominent people with a damn good story to tell. Roll on this week - yep this pic is me hanging out with 80s pop sensation Sinitta.

Sinitta has 14 international hit singles. I was basically singing along to her music in the 80s.

She is a mentor on The X Factor and she now makes her own fitness videos.

But one of the best moments in our chat - I thought - was when she told the long and yes, maybe even a bit painful story of how she realised she "wasn't famous any more", and how she dealt with some serious ups and downs. 

 

Aug 12, 2016

Next time on Zestology:

Sinitta has 14 international hit singles. Yep, I was singing along to her music in the 80s. She is a mentor on The X Factor and she now makes her own fitness videos. But one of the best moments in our chat - I thought - was when she told the long and painful story of how she realised she "wasn't famous any more", and how she dealt with some serious ups and downs. 

Aug 7, 2016

Why is it important to take risks, and how can we take more risks and get outside our comfort zone?

Science journalist and writer Kayt Sukel has no problem tackling interesting (and often taboo) subjects spanning love, sex, neuroscience, travel and politics.

In fact, she's so dedicated to the cause that in the writing of her last book, she had an orgasm in an MRI scanner for a Guardian article. (I won't put the link, I'm sure you can google that one yourself).

Her work has appeared in the Atlantic Monthly, the New Scientist, USA Today, the Washington Post and many others. And now, she's tackling risk.

 

Aug 5, 2016

Why it's important to take risks, and how we can take more risks and get outside our comfort zone more?

With awesome writer for Atlantic Monthly, the New Scientist, USA Today, the Washington Post, Kayt Sukel.

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