Building A Better Body

I share my own knowledge on building a better body, mind & soul with a little help from guests along the way

About the show

This podcast hopes to inspire and open your mind to the many elements that go towards creating a strong and capable body. I will share my opinion along with the latest findings from the world of science, news and everywhere in between. I am not here to dictate, but to show you there are other ways than you perhaps have been taught in the past in order to feel better. I often bring guests along for the ride as I love to be the platform for others.
Have a listen and let’s have some fun!

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Episodes

  • Episode 65: Season Round Up

    July 5th, 2018  |  Season 2  |  8 mins 15 secs
    body, health, mind, podcasting, soul, wellbeing, you

    On the show today Karen gives a quick overview of the latest season, thanking all her guests for taking the time to come on the show. Saying goodbye for a few weeks, then she'll be back with more awesome shows to share with you in the future.

  • Episode 64: You Are Enough

    June 28th, 2018  |  Season 2  |  9 mins 49 secs
    building a better body, health, journey, self discovery, wellbeing, worth, you are enough

    A mini show talking about being enough, negative beliefs and how they do not have to shape your future.

  • Episode 63: Imposter Syndrome - Interview with Trisha Barker

    June 21st, 2018  |  Season 2  |  42 mins 15 secs
    building a better body, imposter syndrome, negative beliefs., self belief, trisha barker, values

    Today on the show Karen talks to Trisha Barker an expert on the topic of Imposter Syndrome. You may never have heard of this, but I'm sure most of you have suffered from it at least once in your life. Listen to this episode to learn all about the signs and how you can beat it, or at least use it to fuel you rather than hinder you.

  • Episode 62: Getting To Know Karen McClintock - Your Host

    June 14th, 2018  |  Season 2  |  11 mins 2 secs
    building a better body, go your own way., health, meditate, mindfulness, solo show, trust your gut, wellbeing

    Just a bite sized episode today, a dip into what drives, what motivates and keeps Karen doing what she does.

  • Episode 61: Let's talk Mayo & Movement with Jeff from Hunter & Gather

    June 7th, 2018  |  Season 2  |  28 mins 10 secs
    building a better body., clean mayo, hunter & gather, movement, paleo, primal

    On the show today Karen talks to Jeff who along with his partner Amy have created a wonderful brand; Hunter & Gather. They produce avocado mayonnaise and oil. Jeff is passionate about creating quality products and sharing his message with everyone.

  • Episode 60: Getting Outside, Moving More, Coffee, Cacao, and Collagen - Interview with Annelie Whitfield

    May 31st, 2018  |  Season 2  |  1 hr 53 secs
    autophagy, barefoot, building a better body., cacao, coffee, collagen, fasting, mct oil, movement, outdoors, sunlight

    A discussion with Annelie, a natural medicine and fasting played a large part in Annelie’s wellness and recovery strategies during her career as a Hollywood stunt woman. After a life-threatening stunt, Annelie received healing from Sri Lankan bone mending monks, inspiring her quest to become a naturopath.

    Annelie has spent over fifteen years treating patients, lecturing, hosting workshops and sharing her lifestyle and functional medicine knowledge. She recently spent five years discovering a back-to-nature barefoot existence living in the jungle in Costa Rica. Here she studied indigenous medicine, specifically immersed in the medicinal benefits of coffee and cacao.

  • Episode 59: Animal Moves - Interview with Darryl Edwards

    May 24th, 2018  |  Season 2  |  45 mins 13 secs
    building a better body, darryl edwards, health, movement, natural movement, paleo, play, primal, primal play., well-being

    Today on the show I talk Darryl Edwards. We delve into his transition of someone who suffered from an array of lifestyle issues such chronic hypertension, pre-diabetes and elevated cardiovascular disease risk to someone who has become one of the leading experts in physical activity and play-based fitness. His new book Animal Moves is just out and we talk about how easy it is to incorporate the suggestions into your every day life.