Krista Scott-Dixon: Mental Health, Coaches Getting Coached & Firing Clients
In today's show, Stuart welcomes back Krista Scott-Dixon from Precision Nutrition. They discuss public speaking, self-acceptance, getting coached as a coach, firing clients, mental health and managing overwhelm. Timestamps are below! Timestamps: [02.15] - Tips on public speaking. [11.25] - What Krista was like as a child. [15.25] - The challenge of self-acceptance. [19.30] - Coaches getting coaching. [25.55] - Getting triggered by clients not doing things. [30.05] - Firing clients. [40.45] - Looking after your mental health. [45.25] - Managing overwhelm. Find Out More About Krista: Website Precision Nutrition Website Facebook Find Out More About LTB: Website Instagram Facebook
807: Krista Scott-Dixon on The Future Of Nutrition Coaching - Interview 331
The Mind Muscle Project
Krista is the director of curriculum at Precision Nutrition the world's largest online nutrition coaching company. The boys dive into the history and art of online coaching and how it will change in the future.Krista Scott-Dixon's Instagram - @stumptuousKrista Scott-Dixon's Website - www.PrecisionNutrition.comWHOOP - https://themindmuscleproject.com/whoopHyperice- https://themindmuscleproject.com/hypericeActivated Nutrients- https://themindmuscleproject.com/activatedProject Fitness- https://themindmuscleproject.com/fitnessProject Body- https://themindmuscleproject.com/bodyProject Strong- https://themindmuscleproject.com/strongProject Programs- https://themindmuscleproject.com/programsOur episode sponsors - https://themindmuscleproject.com/partnersAsk Questions on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/themindmuscleproject/?hl=enSubscribe for email Updates https://themindmuscleproject.com/newsletterYoutube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRwddspioDDhWqNyf97vjew
Episode 400 - IronClad with Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon
Cut The S#!t Get Fit
In this episode, I celebrate my 400th episode! In this special episode, I start off with a message in the beginning looking back in my podcast career as well as share some news for upcoming projects like my new IronClad Body Training System Volume 2 ebook! This episode, also has an epic interview with Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon as well as sharing my first ebook's audio book at the end! Enjoy! WATCH THIS EPISODE HERE: https://youtu.be/fjXJx6mFBekCUT THE S#!T GET FIT SHIRTS ARE AVAILABLE HERE: teespring.com/stores/cut-the-stAdd me on Instagram - www.instagram.com/cuttheshitgetfitpodcast/YouTube Channel - www.youtube.com/user/macankIRONCLAD BODY TRAINING SYSTEM EBOOK BUY HERE: www.ironcladbody.comAdd me on Facebook - www.facebook.com/rmatuszewskiOnline Coaching Application - goo.gl/forms/GEpgzfnCUIlhVTiG3
Your nutritional needs in order to thrive with Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon
In today’s episode, Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon from Precision Nutrition joins us to talk about nutrition. We get into what human beings need nutritionally to thrive, the role of epigenetics and the implication of DNA on your nutrition. Krista explains where to start with a new client, calorie recommendations, behavioral changes and stress mitigation. Krista Scott-Dixon, PhD, is Precision Nutrition’s director of curriculum. She earned her doctorate in Women’s Studies from York University. In her role at Precision Nutrition, Dr. Scott-Dixon develops the curriculum for the PN (Women’s and Men’s) Coaching programs, the PN Level 1 Certification, and the PN Level 2 Certification Master Class. Dr. Scott-Dixon is the coauthor of PN’s Level 1 textbook: The Essentials of Sport and Exercise Nutrition and The Universe Within: Genetic Testing and What It Can Tell Us About Nutrition, Health, and Athletic Performance. In 2017, her book Why Me Want Eat: Fixing Your Food Fckedupitude was published. To find out more about Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon, visit: www.precisionnutrition.com If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a review on ApplePodcasts to support us and share it with a person you feel will benefit from this conversation. Thank you to our amazing show sponsors Bioptimizers http://www.bioptimizers.com/muscle10 . Use code MUSCLE10 for 10% off any order. If you’re struggling with getting enough deep sleep, cravings, slow metabolism, anxiety and stress, you may be deficient in magnesium. 80% of the population is deficient in magnesium and while many products on the market either contain synthetic forms or 1-2 forms of magnesium, your body needs ALL 7 FORMS of this essential sleep mineral. Check out Bioptimizers Magnesium Breakthrough http://www.bioptimizers.com/muscle10 - this magnesium before bed helps you relax and wake up refreshed and energized. Use code MUSCLE10 for 10% off any order. Additional Links: Dr. Tina Bryson – The Power of Showing Up Dr. Huberman on the Muscle Intelligence podcast Documentary: The Weight of Gold - Official Trailer Sam Harris - Waking Up Timestamps: [00:25] – Today’s guest [01:15] – Today’s sponsor: Bioptimizer [03:46] – Krista’s career path and start at PN. [06:10] – What in nutrition is actually objective? [08:35] – What human beings need nutritionally to thrive. [10:24] – Fibre debate. [14:56] – The strongest evidence is your own experience. [15:18] – Results from a new diet. [16:33] – The role of epigenetics. [18:55] – DNA and its implications on nutrition. [23:50] – How to establish baseline calories. / Where to start. [28:55] – Deep Health Model [30:50] – The Wheels of Stress. [35:04] – Calorie recommendations. [36:55] – Hard-gainers vs. stress eaters. [38:28] – New performance certification at PN. [43:34] – Decision making tree of if -> then. [45:40] – How often you should change your nutrition. [48:20] – Strategies to mitigate stress. [51:00] – What are you ready, willing and able to do? [53:25] – Behavioral change. [01:00:10] – Psychological safety [01:03:20] – Myth of the individual hero [01:05:30] – Experiences of many Pro-Bodybuilder [01:08:00] – Ben’s mission in the bodybuilding community
#27 Dr Krista Scott-Dixon 'The Secrets To Effectively Changing Your Behaviour'
The Sean McGuinness Podcast
In this episode, we sit down with a big inspiration of mine - Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon. She is an author, educator, and curriculum designer for Precision Nutrition. We discuss how to effectively change your behavior, why most people fall back into old habits, how to set yourself up for success rather than failure, and all the other intricacies of behavioral change. Enjoy!
Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon on What Actually Shapes Behavior
Behavior Change and Eating Habits with Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon
The Stronger By Science Podcast
In today’s episode, Greg and Eric sit down for an interview with Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon. Topics of discussion include behavior change, how to change eating behaviors, common mistakes that dieters and nutrition coaches make, and how someone might assess (and potentially improve) their relationship with food. Of course, this discussion is for educational purposes; if you suspect that you have disordered eating habits, you should consult with a qualified medical professional. Time StampsKrista’s background (0:01:18). Why is it so difficult to change behavior in general? (0:04:01). Are eating habits particularly hard to change? How do we successfully change them? (0:09:12). What are some big or common mistakes that nutrition coaches make with their clients? (0:28:42). What are the biggest mistakes you see people make when they have an unsuccessful diet attempt? (0:32:08). How do you make behavior change seem “sexy” or “exciting” to people? (0:38:12). What exactly influences our relationship with food, and how might we go about improving it? (0:47:51). The importance of cooking (0:58:00).
Ep 15: Dealing with Binge Eating and other “F**ckedupitude” with Krista Scott-Dixon
Hey guys before I dive into todays episode please head over to my website and check out the new MEMBERSHIP PORTAL, here you get access to over 17 programs, all my eBooks, webinars and discounts on future challenges. I also invite you to join my FREE Facebook group so I can support you in your journey. Finally, head over here to take me up on a FREE nutrition consult. Krista Scott-Dixon, PHD and the Designer of Curriculum at Precision Nutrition (PN). She earned her doctorate in Women’s Studies from York University. She holds counseling certifications from George Brown College and Leading Edge Training, which is certified by the Canadian Psychological Association. Currently, she’s pursuing a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology at Yorkville University in New Brunswick, Canada. I first learned of the work Krista was doing to help real people with real lives understand, embrace, and master the complex issues of nutrition, health, and lifestyle improvement after listening to her podcast on Boom Boom Performance with Cody McBroom. Afterwards the first thing I did was buy her book “Why Me Want Eat” which is for people struggling with food, eating, and body image issues and tackles the concept of disordered eating from a more informal, real-life angle. Part self-exploration guide, part nutrition advice, part workbook, part manifesto, part instruction manual for life. For me this book gave me direction to what my next step was going to be to overcome my eating disorder but was also extremely comforting to know that other people experience these feelings and I am not alone. So guys if there was ever one to share please make it this one, if you enjoy this episode screen shot and share it on your Instagram stories, tag myself @coachdarianbates and Krista @stumptuous and I will personally thank you for doing so.
#303 - Good Nutrition Habits in the Time of Crisis with Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon
Matt and Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon, Director of Curriculum at Precision Nutrition, discuss a challenge many are facing right now -- practicing good nutrition habits in this time of crisis. With families locked down and cutoff from their normal eating and exercise schedules, some have struggled to make healthy food choices. Dr. Scott-Dixon offers some advice for staying grounded, nutritionally and mentally, while on coronavirus lockdown. Krista’s tips: Write down your intent for the day, at the beginning of each day. Krista actually likes to call it your commitment. This includes your to-do list, but it’s not limited to it. A commitment could be something broad like, “I’m going to be supportive of someone else today,” or “I’m going to be optimistic today.” Committing to one small thing each day can help you build a more positive mindset. Develop a structure, with small habits. Pick one small thing everyday that you can do to create a sense of order and structure to your day. It can be something as simple as “I’m going to eat lunch at 12:00pm today.” Constructing your routine slowly results in lasting habit changes. Think like a restaurant, and set hours for your kitchen. Krista closes her kitchen between the hours of 2 and 4pm, because in her experience, no good snack decisions are made then! It’s only two hours, she says, so you can hold out until dinner. Create a feedback loop for evaluating your day. Every day, spend a bit of time analyzing what went well (don’t focus on the struggles) and why. Then try to do a little more of that the next day. By bookending your day with a statement of intent and then an evaluation of the positives, you can learn to stay positive and bring some order to an otherwise chaotic world. You can find Dr. Krista at: Precision Nutrition: https://www.precisionnutrition.com Coalition of Health and Fitness Leaders: https://healthandfitnesscoalition.com Man's Search for Meaning by Victor Frankl: https://www.amazon.com/Mans-Search-Meaning-Viktor-Frankl/dp/080701429X Discounts Get 50% off your first month of Standard, Premium OR Club plus a FREE gift card to help you build a home gym. Use code "april20" at checkout right here -- limited time only. Want to try online coaching for FREE? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a free trial of Barbell Logic Online Coaching. You'll get feedback on your technique and programming from a Barbell Logic coach, and see what the fuss is all about! Connect With Matt Matt on Instagram Barbell Logic Online Coaching — Matt’s website Matt on Facebook Matt on Twitter Connect With Scott Scott on Instagram Silver Strength – Scott’s website Scott on Facebook Scott on Twitter Connect With the Show Barbell Logic on Twitter Barbell Logic on Instagram The Website Barbell Logic on Facebook email@example.com
#326: Krista Scott-Dixon, PhD – Adaptability & Autonomy in the Nutrition Coaching Process
Sigma Nutrition Radio
Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon is a former university professor and researcher who now designs curriculum for Precision Nutrition. She focuses on helping people make meaningful change through the Precision Nutrition Coaching and coaching Certification programs. Krista is also the author or co-author of several books, with the latest being Why Me Want Eat: Fixing Your Food Fuckedupitude. Show Notes: https://sigmanutrition.com/episode326