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Counting Calories Vs. True Health, Good Salt & Hydration, Breathing Techniques, Sleep vs. Working Out Early. With Holistic Health Coach Nick Kuhle

June 16, 2022 2 min read


“The part can never be well unless the whole is well.”- Plato. Whether the smallest or the bigger ones, every unit comprises a system that works together in harmony to achieve the stability needed to function well. The same goes for your health.

Today Holistic Health Coach and Owner of KuhleFit, Nick Kuhle, joins me to talk about how holistic health works and its importance for us to live a long, healthy, and fulfilling life. He also shares the challenges he faced before finding a healthy lifestyle just for him.

Nick Kuhle is a certified Holistic Health & Corrective Exercise Coach with a passion for helping others on their health journey. He has been in the health and wellness field for over 7 years now and began as a personal trainer. He quickly realized that he wanted to help more people with bigger issues which led him to advanced holistic health coaching and in-person corrective exercise coaching.

Reach out to Nick at:

Website: https://kuhlefit.com/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-kuhle-29231017a/
FB: https://www.facebook.com/KuhleFit/ 
IG: https://www.instagram.com/kuhlenick/?hl=en
Email: kuhlefit@gmail.com

In This Episode:

[0:36] Nick’s background and challenges
[6:07] How do you figure out what’s the right food for you in terms of food sensitivity?
[9:50] The “calorie in, calorie out” concept
[15:17] What are the issues that Nick worked on with his clients?
[17:47] Hydration: Water, salt, and electrolytes
[19:52] How do you know you’re dehydrated and how do you avoid it?
[22:10] Breathing mistakes that people usually make
[29:17] Movement is essential
[34:42] Ways you can integrate easy movements into your day
[35:57] Nick’s tips on flexibility and mobility 
[41:41] The emotion and mindset side of things 
[48:16] Where you can reach Nick 
[49:22] Outro

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