Strong For Your Tasks: Health & Holiness
By Cody Wieler
Whether you are just starting out on your fitness journey, or are a seasoned veteran, the Strong For Your Tasks Podcast will offer helpful tips as well and challenge you to assess the heart behind your actions.
You may never be healthy, but you can be healthier. You may never be strong but you can be stronger. You can be Strong For Your Tasks.
*Always check with your MD or physician before following advice from some random guy on the internet.
Strong For Your Tasks: Health & HolinessAug 29, 2022
077: A Discussion with Dr. Alexandria Ford (Cultivate Well)
In today's episode, I talk with Alexandria Ford (Ed.D., A-CFHC, CPT). Alex wrote her doctoral thesis titled, "The Implications of an Evangelical Theology of the Body for Christocentric Spiritual Formation." at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
We discuss why it's important to view the body as a holistic unit and why it matters that we are embodied beings.
076: Be More Human (6/6)
In the series finale, I want to discuss the future of mental health. How do we cope with rising rates of mental illness, suicide and drug use? Can our society survive lockdowns, restrictions, famines, inflation, or *insert-next-global-crisis*?
Perhaps the answer to all of our mental health struggles is simpler than we thought.
075: Lifting Yourself Out of Mental Illness (5/6)
In episode 5, we'll look at how everyday practices such as exercise, eating well and getting enough enough sleep can impact mental health.
074: Mental Health and Spiritual Warfare (4/6)
Did the devil make you do it? Are your mental health issues a result of demonic oppression? In this episode, I look at if your physical problems could have spiritual roots.
073: Mental Health in a Modern World (3/6)
The third episode dives into the effects of social media and technology on mental health.
072: Hormones, Medication and Mental Health (2/6)
Do imbalanced hormones cause mental illness? Are prescription medications the only answer? Plus one question you need to consider when thinking about mental health.
071: The Bible and Mental Health (1/6)
In episode one of a six-part series, I look at the Bible and mental health. We'll look at some characters who were struggling, some Psalms and ultimately how might you start to address your own mental health.
070: How to Make Changes that Matter
069: Practical Parenting
068: There is No One Size Fits All Approach to Health
067: Transformed One Degree at a Time
066: Your $75K Body
065: Another Virus is Coming! (Will YOU be ready?)
064: Carbs 101
063: Start Asking the Right Question
061: How to Stop Overeating
060: What is "Gospel-Centered" Fitness?
059: A (Sustainable) Two-Week Approach to Fat Loss
058: Is PROTEIN LEVERAGING the key to sustainable weight loss?
057: The 3500 Calorie Weight Loss Plan
055: Should You Lift to Failure?
054: 3 Reasons YOU Should Track Your Food
053: Why YOU Should Focus on Strength
052: Why #followjesusnotdiets is Wrong (and Harmful)
051: How Would Reaching Your Goals Impact Your Tasks?
050: The Myth of the Post-Workout Window
049: Stewarding Your Child's Health
048: How Much Water Should You Drink? (CUENAR)
046: 3 Hidden Dangers of COVID (that are hiding in plain sight)
045: What is Holiness? (and how does it impact my health?)
044: What is the OPTIMAL Meal Frequency?
043: The Best Exercises for Every Body Part
042: Tips to Survive the Holidays
041: Start Your Resolution Today
040: Eat THIS at Night to Lose Fat and Improve Health
039: You Can't "Tone" Muscles
038: Give Yourself THIS Long to Reach Your Goals
037: Which is the BEST form of resistance training?
036: Stop Running
If you've tried to lose weight, you've most likely turned to cardio as a means to an end. It makes sense - cardio sucks, so it must work, right?
While cardio does burn calories, I recommend a different form of exercise to prioritize if fat loss, or even general health, is your goal.
035: What does the BIBLE say about Gluttony?
034: The Parable of the Soccer Player
033: A Fresh Perspective on Progress
Making progress is fun - after all, it's why you started in the first place.
However, eventually everyone reaches a point where progress stops.
In today's episode, I want to give you a fresh perspective on progress to help keep you going, even when the changes don't.
032: ReThink Breakfast
Breakfast may or may not be the most important meal of the day, but it certainly is the most marketed.
Regardless of when you break your daily fast, you should be trying to get high quality, nutritious food into your body.
In today's episode, I invite you to rethink your breakfast.
031: Core Four Spiritual Habits
A major part of stewardship is growing in your relationship with Jesus.
While physical training is important, training your spiritual "muscles" is more important.
In this episode I unpack four core habits to help you grow in your faith.
030: Core Four Muscle Building Habits
029: Core Four Fat Loss Habits
028: A Reasonable Guide to Intuitive Eating
There are many ways to eat that will allow you to steward your body.
In today's episode I unpack Intuitive Eating.
The ability to eat intuitively should be something we are all working towards, but it might not be the best place to start.