Take Control of Your Body and Life
in Bodybuilding, Dieting, Fat Loss, How To Lose Weight, Kori Propst, Motivational Mastery, Natural Bodybuilding, Permanent Weight Loss, Podcasts, THE DIET DOC, Health, Fitness, Mental Edge, Weight Loss, Performance, Inspiration
June 23, 2018
1 minute read
In this episode of the Super Strength Show, Dr. Kori Propst takes us on her journey to becoming the Vice President and Wellness Director at The Diet Doc. Kori teaches you to get curious in everything that you do and really tune into yourself to get through your adversities and start achieving your goals. Licensed in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a Licensed Professional Counselor, Kori has earned a bachelor's degree in exercise physiology, a master of science in counseling, and a doctorate in Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine. Her education is enhanced by certifications in personal training, health coaching, lifestyle and weight management consulting, and she is an International Society of Sports Nutrition clinician. Kori has earned professional status in three divisions of physique competition, including Bodybuilding, Figure, and Fit Body within the WNBF. She has been a runner-up contender at the WNBF World Championships twice, and has earned pro title at the Mid-America Pro-Am and the Pro-Cup in Sacramento. Published in the Journal of Nutrition and various community magazines, Kori is an avid blog writer, teaches at national camps, and provides international webinars that have changed the lives of men and women alike.
00:01 Introduction – Ray Toulany
02:40 Kori’s background
03:40 What fuels Kori’s passion?
05:50 What is emotional agility?
10:15 Favorite success quote
13:20 Breakthrough moments
18:40 The difference between “Can I?” and “How Can I?”
20:40 Training resources
25:30 Would Kori structure her training differently?
29:45 Advice for long-term success to someone starting out
35:35 Kori as a role model
37:00 Where do goals start?
37:50 Contact info and resources
39:00 The Diet Doc Licensing Program
41:35 Parting advice from Kori