Going for Goal podkast

Going for Goal

Women's Health UK

If you’re looking for inspiration and encouragement to build healthy habits, and make them last, this podcast is for you. Each week, host Roisín Dervish-O’Kane and the Women’s Health team call on top medics, researchers, fitness experts and wellness luminaries to arm you with the practical tools you need to make good on your personal health goals - whether that's powering up your productivity, losing weight in a healthy way, optimising your workout schedule or simply protecting your mental health at a challenging time. You’ll also find out exactly what your favourite healthy celebrities do to look, feel and function at their best.




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    Mission Confidence: Alice Liveing and WH’s Claire Sanderson on Building Ageless Confidence + Finding Strength on the Inside

    25:38

    Welcome to Mission Confidence, a special edition of the Going For Goal podcast sponsored by Philips that’s designed to help you on your body confidence journey. This podcast has been created as part of our Project Body Love initiative, which is all about challenging the way we think, feel and speak about our bodies; embracing what makes us unique and putting an end to negative self-talk and embarrassment. Philips believe that hair removal should be a choice, and it looks different for everyone. If you do choose to remove your body hair, whether you prefer to take it all off or to tackle your legs, armpits or bikini line only, Philips has a range of hair removal tools to suit your needs. And on Mission Confidence, over four episodes and with the help of some very wise women, we’re going to be exploring confidence in its various facets and forms – with the goal of helping you tap into yours.On this final episode of Mission Confidence we’re looking specifically at ageless confidence with two women – one who’s 28, the other who’s 42 – who are both extremely passionate about the topic. They are Women’s Health editor-in-chief Claire Sanderson and three-time WH cover star and PT Alice Liveing. We discuss how confidence can evolve with age and experience – and how both women have noticed that, as they’ve gotten older, they’re better equipped to find confidence and strength from what’s inside – kindness, resilience, individuality, grit – rather than needing external validation to shore-up their self-esteem. Both seriously fit women discuss the confidence-fuelling power of a workout; why body hair, or the lack of it, doesn’t need to be a statement – and why using the Philips Lumea IPL device is a simple, pain-free solution for helping them achieve the smooth armpits and bikini line they, personally, prefer. Join Alice Liveing on Instagram: @aliceliveingJoin Claire Sanderson on Instagram: @clairesandersonJoin Roisín Dervish-O’Kane on Instagram: @roisin.dervishokane https://www.instagram.com/roisin.dervishokane/To find out more visit philips.co.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Mission Confidence: Sonny Turner on Body Image Boosters + Post-Lockdown Fashion

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    Welcome to Mission Confidence, a special edition of the Going For Goal podcast sponsored by Philips that’s designed to help you on your body confidence journey. This podcast has been created as part of our Project Body Love initiative, which is all about challenging the way we think, feel and speak about our bodies; embracing what makes us unique and putting an end to negative self-talk and embarrassment. Philips believe that hair removal should be a choice, and it looks different for everyone. If you do choose to remove your body hair, whether you prefer to take it all off or to tackle your legs, armpits or bikini line only, Philips has a range of hair removal tools to suit your needs. And on Mission Confidence, over four episodes and with the help of some very wise women, we’re going to be exploring confidence in its various facets and forms – with the goal of helping you tap into yours.Today we’re discussing the self-esteem-bolstering power of expressing yourself through fashion with Sonny Turner, a 22-year-old Birmingham-born model and body positivity advocate. Whether she’s stepping down the runway at NY fashion week or posing up a storm on her IG grid, you’ll know her as bold, confident and committed to sharing the message that women of all shapes and sizes should feel empowered to experiment with fashion and wear what they want, when they want. Here, Sonny reveals the body image wobbles she’s experienced over the course of the pandemic and how pulling together new outfits, and leaning into workouts, has helped her get excited about the unlocked summer ahead. She also shares how experimenting with the Philips Lumea at home IPL device is helping her get the smooth armpits she prefers – without irritation.Join Sonny Turner on Instagram: @sonnyturner__ https://www.instagram.com/sonnyturner___/?hl=enJoin Roisín on Instagram: @roisin.dervishokane https://www.instagram.com/roisin.dervishokane/To find out more visit philips.co.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Mission Confidence: The Scummy Mummies on Rediscovering Yourself Post-Baby + Single Parent Dating

    27:42

    Welcome to Mission Confidence, a special edition of the Going For Goal podcast sponsored by Philips, designed to help you on your body confidence journey. This podcast has been created as part of our Project Body Love initiative, which is all about challenging the way we think, feel and speak about our bodies, embracing what makes us unique and putting an end to negative self-talk and embarrassment. Philips believe that hair removal should be a choice, and that it looks different for everyone. If you do choose to remove your body hair - whether you prefer to take it all off or to tackle your legs, armpits or bikini line only - Philips has a range of hair removal tools to suit your needs.On Mission Confidence, over four episodes and with the help of some very wise women, we’re going to be exploring confidence in its various facets and forms – with the goal of helping you tap into yours. Today, we're discussing how women can find their way back to who they are as individuals after becoming parents, with Ellie Gibson and Helen Thorn AKA comedy duo The Scummy Mummies. Between the laughs (these two are gloriously unfiltered) we discuss the often-complex journeys of body acceptance that can play out post-baby, plus why small acts of self-care may prove powerful when it comes to reinforcing confidence. Of course, we also talk about body hair: specifically, why there's no right or wrong approach, plus how one newly-single mum is enjoying experimenting with the Philips Lumea IPL device as she prepares to date again this summer. Join The Scummy Mummies on Instagram: @scummymummiesJoin Roisín on Instagram: @roisin.dervishokaneIf you enjoyed the episode, sign up for the Project Body Love event, in association with Philips, which is taking place online on the 15 & 16 May. Sessions are free to attend. Register now to reserve your place and receive the full two-day schedule here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Why You’re Probably Doing HIIT Wrong + How To Maximise Its Benefits

    45:34

    You’ll likely know well the multiple fitness benefits of incorporating high intensity interval training - better known as HIIT - into your workout regime. There's the improved cardio-respiratory health boosted fat burn, as well as the fact this most intense and sweaty of exercise need only last a short while. It’s these perks - and that it requires next to no equipment, and minimal amounts of space - that have drawn so many of you to HIIT during the pandemic as you keep fit from the confines of bedrooms and gardens bedrooms and gardens. But, as the gyms draw us back with their wide range of classes and shiny weights areas, is it time to reconsider? Because - as you’ll learn - there can be too much of a good thing. In today’s episode, our digital fitness writer Morgan Fargo speaks to Luke Worthington, a personal trainer and sports scientist, as well as personal trainer and three-time WH cover star Alice Liveing, about how to find that all important healthy balance and fun when it comes to workouts. They discuss what HIIT is, as well as what people commonly get wrong - including that if you’re going too hard, for too long, it will not only place you at increased risk of injury but may also sabotage your body composition goals. Listen to find out how to do HIIT right in your exercise schedule, so that it works well for you. Because as Alice and Luke both say, fitness should be something that has a positive impact on your emotional wellbeing - that makes you feel really good. Join Alice Liveing on Instagram: @aliceliveingJoin Luke Worthington on Instagram: @lukewtrainingJoin Morgan Fargo on Instagram: @morganfargoJoin Women's Health UK on Instagram: @womenshealthuk Like what you’re hearing? We'd love if you could rate and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, as it really helps other people find the show. Also, remember to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, so you’ll never miss an episode. Got a goal in mind? Shoot us a message on Instagram putting ‘Going for Goal’ at the start of your message and our experts could be helping you achieve your health goal in an upcoming episode. Alternatively, you can email us: [email protected] See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Do This One Thing: Prioritise Form Over Reps During HIIT Workouts

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    Hi there! On Going For Goal next week we’re giving you a refresher on HIIT - high intensity interval training. We’ll discuss how the popular workout you’ve long loved, which has become a living room staple during the pandemic, may actually be sabotaging your fitness goals. Plus, how to dial it back so those short, sweaty workouts really do work for you, in both body and mind. Ahead of the full thing dropping on Tuesday, here are our guests - top trainers Luke Worthington and Alice Liveing (also a three-time Women's Health cover star) on why quality, not quantity, is key when it comes to doing HIIT well. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Mission Confidence: Callie Thorpe on Owning Her Body in Summer + Self-Care Staples

    25:44

    Welcome to Mission Confidence, a special edition of the Going For Goal podcast sponsored by Philips, designed to help you on your body confidence journey. This podcast has been created as part of our Project Body Love initiative, which is all about challenging the way we think, feel and speak about our bodies, embracing what makes us unique and putting an end to negative self-talk and embarrassment. Philips believe that hair removal should be a choice, and that it looks different for everyone. If you do choose to remove your body hair - whether you prefer to take it all off or to tackle your legs, armpits or bikini line only - Philips has a range of hair removal tools to suit your needs.On Mission Confidence, over four episodes and with the help of some very wise women, we’re going to be exploring confidence in its various facets and forms – with the goal of helping you tap into yours. Today we’re exploring the topic of body confidence in summer with Callie Thorpe. And confidence? It’s kind of her thing. As founder of The Confidence Corner, she speaks to hundreds of thousands of women spreading kindness, celebrating the beauty of different body types and sharing the message that in life, you make your own rules. Today she shares how far she’s come from being the insecure teenager who was so ashamed of her body that she covered up in knitwear on the beach; why her confidence journey is ongoing; the reason she loves having silky smooth legs – and how using the Philips Lumea IPL device is helping her get there. At home – and faff-free.Join Callie on Instagram: @CallieThorpeJoin Roisín on Instagram: @roisin.dervishokane If you enjoyed the episode, sign up for the Project Body Love event, in association with Philips, which is taking place online on the 15 & 16 May. Sessions are free to attend. Register now to reserve your place and receive the full two-day schedule here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Claudia Winkleman on Workplace Nerves, Beauty Essentials and Embracing Failure

    27:53

    What’s it like to be counted down and know that, in seconds, you’re going to be speaking live to millions of people across the UK? Nerve-wracking, according to Claudia Winkleman, but she wouldn’t have it any other way. Whether she’s dazzling presenting Strictly or chatting into the mic for her Radio 2 show, the broadcaster, mother-of-three and Head & Shoulders ambassador still gets a real buzz of excitement. As at-home as she appears, she tells our editor-in-chief Claire Sanderson in today’s episode, that she might not do it perfectly, but that that’s okay. Because – according to Claudia – perfection is overrated and ‘failure is excellent’. It’s the approach she brings not only to her job, but also to parenting – and maintaining her health – and in today’s episode, she breaks it down. Claudia is a real joy to listen to - listen on for her number one energy hack; her skin and hair care essentials; and her strategies for raising a confident teenage daughter.Join Claudia Winkleman on Instagram: @claudiawinkleJoin Claire Sanderson on Instagram: @clairesandersonJoin Women's Health UK on Instagram: @womenshealthukLike what you’re hearing? We'd love if you could rate and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, as it really helps other people find the show. Also, remember to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, so you’ll never miss an episode.Got a goal in mind? Shoot us a message on Instagram putting ‘Going for Goal’ at the start of your message and our experts could be helping you achieve your health goal in an upcoming episode. Alternatively, you can email us: [email protected] See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    The Simple Habit Claudia Winkleman Uses to Boost Her Energy

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    Hello there - on Going For Goal next week we've got the one and only Claudia Winkleman. The TV and radio presenter, who is also a Head & Shoulders ambassador, opens up to us about her love of growing older, the nerve-wracking experience of taking over from Graham Norton on Radio 2, and her favourite beauty products. Ahead of the full thing dropping on Tuesday, here's the simple - and entirely free - way the mother-of-three keeps her productivity up throughout the day. We'll definitely be giving this one a try! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    So, You Can’t Train: Physiological and Psychological Guide to Injury Recovery

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    What things can you do to cope mentally and recover physiologically after injuring yourself while exercising? It’s a question that our acting digital editor Francesca Menato has sought answers to over the last year. She was training for her fourth - and hopefully fastest - marathon when she caught Covid-19, and the long-term effects on her lungs meant she wasn’t able to run for 12 weeks. Then, when she laced up her trainers once more and built up her fitness over six weeks for a 31-hour ultra relay, she found herself struck down again - this time with ITB syndrome and bursitis, and out of action for four months. She’s doing better now, and returned to shorter runs in early March, but dealing with that injury was tough. And she’s not alone - tonnes of you have got in touch to share your own experience of lockdown fitness set-backs. In today’s episode, we call on Dr Josie Perry, sports psychologist and founder of Performance In Mind, and Emmanuel Ovola, physiotherapist and Nike run coach. They discuss why so many people have become injured during training during the pandemic, the importance of dealing with the emotional fallout of not being able to stay active, as well as tips and tricks to get you actually doing those all-important rehab exercises.  Join Dr Josie Perry on Twitter: @JosephineperryJoin Emmanuel Ovola on Twitter: @Manni_OJoin Francesca Menato on Instagram: @ces_menatoJoin Women's Health UK on Instagram: @womenshealthukLike what you’re hearing? We'd love if you could rate and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, as it really helps other people find the show. Also, remember to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, so you’ll never miss an episode.Got a goal in mind? Shoot us a message on Instagram putting ‘Going for Goal’ at the start of your message and our experts could be helping you achieve your health goal in an upcoming episode. Alternatively, you can email us: [email protected] See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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    Do This One Thing: Set Small Goals for Sports Injury Recovery

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    Hello! On Going for Goal next week, we’re tackling the topic of recovering after a sports injury. Ahead of the full thing dropping on Tuesday here’s one of the experts featured on the episode, leading sports psychologist Dr Josie Perry, on her top technique for how you can cope, psychologically, while your body gets better. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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