Josh Trent’s passion for helping others find true health and wellness is palpable when you hear him talk.
This fellow San Diegan not only turned his life around from an unhealthy kid to a personal trainer, but now he’s someone who inspires others to do the same. He’s particularly keen on how wellness technology can enhance one’s own journey, and in this episode he’s sharing his favorites and best practices to help you do the same.
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:
- Why Josh struggled with food growing up & how he broke free from it
- Josh’s thoughts on whether or not food issues are more common in men than we are led to believe
- How Josh handled the end of his school-based athletic career
- What “wellness technology” is
- How the average person can incorporate wellness technology in their healthy lifestyle
- What Josh thinks is to central to making lasting health change
- How to get around comparisonitis and selfie syndrome
- Josh’s top 3 wellness technology apps for getting started
- A discussion of what HRV is and how to use it in your training
Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:
- Josh’s website, Wellness Force, and his podcast, Wellness Force Radio
- Josh’s Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
- Josh’s favorite wellness technology apps: Muse (mediation), FitBit Surge (movement tracker), Day One (journal), ithlete (HRV)
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Join me next week for Episode 31 for my interview with a very young yogi who has found her calling helping others live fearlessly authentic lives.