The mindbodygreen Podcast is a continuation of the mindbodygreen journey of mental, physical, spiritual, and environmental well-being. Jason Wachob, founder & CEO of mindbodygreen, shares motivational interviews with the people shaping the wellness world: pioneers, cutting-edge thinkers, and entrepreneurs who are changing the conversation. Topics include health, fitness, nutrition, self-help and more. It’s not scripted, it's not the Today show, and there are no prepared talking points. You'll hear the real stories behind the biggest names in wellness: their personal journeys, their struggles, and what got them to where they are today. You’ll be inspired, you’ll be moved, and you’ll hear firsthand about how wellness transforms lives.
United States
61 episodes
since Jun, 2017
explicit content


This week's guest needs no introduction. As the most accomplished Olympian of our time—and any time, for that matter—Michael Phelps is a wellness icon for the ages. In addition to pushing what the human body is capable of, we can thank Phelps for using his celebrity status to bring often-taboo topics like depression to the surface.I was lucky enough to sit down with the 23-time Olympic gold medalist to learn about one of his latest initiatives: water conservation. This is Phelps' second year partnering with Colgate on their #EveryDropCounts initiative, which aims to show how the simple act of turning off the tap while you brush your teeth can add up to significant water savings. Through the course of this episode, he shares how his growing family conserves water at home and why the water access issue strikes such a chord with him personally.And of course, I had to ask about the more esoteric fitness and recovery practices that Phelps has helped popularize. We talk about his experience with cupping, visualization, the Graston technique(using a stainless steel tool to soothe muscle knots), and more. Phelps also dives into (sorry, had to) how his diet has evolved since the Olympic days, his laid back approach to parenting, and the guilty pleasure sugar he can't seem to give up. This one's a can't-miss episode for any Phelps fan.Garden of Life is one of our favorite vitamin and supplement companies because they’re incredibly selective with what goes into their products—only clean, whole food ingredients that are fully traceable back to the seed and farm they were grown on. You can find Garden of Life at your local health food store, and look out for their new my kind organics herbals line featuring ingredients like ashwagandha, turmeric, elderberry and more. Learn more here!To contact Jason with comments, questions, or speaker ideas, please e-mail [email protected] all sponsorship inquiries, please e-mail [email protected] Want to join our podcast email newsletter? Sign up here!
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