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Ep. 88- Beau Whitman Helps Cancer Survivors Go From Stranded To Strong!

You Winning Life

You want an episode on motivation and healing ?Then this is going to be a wake up call for all of us!Beau Whitman, is an ass-kicker. He has survived  Stage 3 Germ Cell Cancer and came back even stronger to help others in their healing journey.With an expert background in gymnastics and track and field, he has gone on to become a Cross Fit and athletic trainer, coach and motivator all while working on his own heath recovery from chronic professional injuries and then his Cancer diagnosis in 2019.Follow him on Instagram and check out his website for more information about his workshops, coaching and training programsJason Wasser Therapist/CoachOnline Tele-Therapy & Coaching 🖥The Family Room Wellness AssociatesCertified Neuro Emotional Technique Practitioner 🎧Host:You Winning Life Podcast🎤Available for speaking engagementslinktr.ee/jasonwasserlmfthttps://www.instagram.com/youwinninglifeThe Family Room Wellness Associates Online Therapy and Coaching with Jason Wasser, LMFTWasser's Furniture Highlighting what's great about buying your furniture from a brick and mortar family business!Muse Meditation- Relaxation Made Easy Brain Sensing Headbands That Improve Your MeditationDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.

1hr 11mins

1 Apr 2021

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TP 006: Being Vulnerable and Opening Up with Beau Whitman - Cancer Recovery Coach

The Pursuit

On this episode, Joe Rinaldi receives guest Beau Whitman. Beau is a Cancer Recovery Coach who helps others to evolve and progress from a place of vulnerability. They have a conversation about opening up, sharing weaknesses, and dealing with obstacles in life. Beau shares that he had a huge amount of support when he was diagnosed with cancer and that inspired him to want to lend a hand to others. “When people start opening up in these different patterns, their goal becomes a lot easier, becomes a lot clearer.” – Beau Whitman Sometimes in life you must deal with whatever is thrown at you. Overcoming obstacles is typically something difficult to do alone. Beau thinks that you’re on the right path once you reach out for help: “Everything is available as long as you ask.” – Beau Whitman Connect with us! Sam’s IG: @coach.samtooley Joe’s IG: @joerinaldi.dpt Beau’s IG: @beau.whitman Beau’s Website: beauwhitman.com

1hr 2mins

18 Nov 2020

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Developing the Mindset to Conquer Cancer and Thrive with Cancer Survivor, Beau Whitman

Fit Food Junkies

Today I interview cancer survivor, vulnerability coach, and cancer recovery coach, Beau Whitman.⁣⁣Connect with Beau:⁣⁣Instagram: @beau.whitman⁣Website: https://beauwhitman.com/⁣⁣We Discuss⁣⁣-The Cancel Culture⁣-Vulnerability⁣-Resilience⁣-How to face adversity ⁣-Mental and Physical Strength⁣-Beau's Cancer Journey⁣-How to have a positive mindset throughout difficult times⁣-How to stay positive and be optimistic⁣-Perspective⁣-How to set your goals and be motivated to help those around you⁣-How to feel inspired and inspire your community⁣⁣and so much more!⁣

42mins

16 Nov 2020

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#354: Surviving Cancer with Beau Whitman

Renegade Radio with Jay Ferruggia: Fitness | Nutrition | Lifestyle | Strength Training | Self Help | Motivation

Beau Whitman is a former competitive athlete, fitness coach, and a cancer survivor.   After undergoing six major reconstructive surgeries he thought he had seen the toughest of times.  However, in 2019 he was diagnosed with Stage III Germ Cell Cancer.  He realized his entire athletic background was training him for this defining moment in his life.   Calling upon the lessons he learned from his past challenges, he shifted his mindset, put his head down and went to work overcoming his illness.  Today he is cancer free! Following his mantra, “Rebuilt to Inspire,” Beau’s passion has expanded from coaching injured athletes to helping cancer survivors reclaim their health and fitness.   Listen as we discuss: How did Beau first discover he had cancer?  [1:54] How a shift in his mindset has helped him beat the disease.  [6:33] Why he decided to create his own “cancer survivors” training program.  [11:16] What does his training programs for cancer patients look like?  [15:23] “The Dive” - Beau’s 6 steps for overcoming any obstacle.  [18:25] His favorite recovery methods and why he pulled the “cancer card” to get a puppy.  [34:17] What’s up with Beau’s color coded sticky notes?  [37:05] This episode is brought to you by Cured Nutrition.  Cured Rise is a caffeine-free daytime CBD nootropic supplement.  Infused with 9mg of Broad Spectrum CBD extract, it encourages sustained wakefulness and focus and promotes stress resilience.  Their newest product, Aura, is the only supplement formulated to heal, seal, & protect your gut.  It safeguards your gut lining, encourages a healthy gut microbiome, boosts immune function, improves nutrient absorption, reduces bloat, and improves your mood.   Click HERE to get yours today and use the coupon code, “Renegade” for a 15% discount. This episode is also brought to you by Trifecta Nutrition.  Make sticking to your nutrition plan simpler with organic, ready to eat and macro balanced meals shipped safely to your door! Go to TrifectaNutrition.com/Renegade and use the code ‘RENEGADE’ to save 30% off your first order!  

39mins

23 Oct 2020

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35 | The Mindset Behind Cancer Recovery, Injury Prevention, and Mental Health with Beau Whitman

The Optimal Body

Resistant to sharing your vulnerabilities? Then don’t miss out on this groundbreaking interview with Beau Whitman – cancer survivor, coach, and high level athlete – as he opens up about his injury and cancer journey.  Tune in as Beau dives into his athletic background and major injuries as an athlete; touching on how his mindset helped him cope with not only his injuries, but his cancer diagnosis as well. Beau unveils the way he reframed vulnerability, shedding a positive light on it, and its importance in connecting him with his community.  Lastly, listen as he talks about his struggles with breath and the tools he found to help him mentally realign during panic attacks or flashbacks. What You Will Learn in This Interview with Beau Whitman: @beau.whitman 01:25 – Beau’s athletic background and medical history 04:01 – What bringing it back to the “basics” means to Beau 06:15 – Where the drive comes from for Beau to keep training at a high level 08:26 – How the gymnast mindset has influenced Beau in his journey 10:04 – How Beau’s athletic journey and injuries influenced his cancer reaction 17:07 – What vulnerability means to Beau and why it's important in his life and coaching 19:08 – Beau’s shift forward with his short life sentence - His vulnerability with his diagnosis 26:01 – How Beau reframed vulnerability 29:20 – Where Beau is now with his cancer story - His struggles with breath 32:26 – What Beau would do daily to mentally realign - Why pacing himself was so important About Beau Whitman Beau is one of seven children. Growing up with two younger brothers and four older sisters – all of whom are supportive, passionate, and wildly competitive athletes – shaped who he as an athlete, coach, trainer, and person. His athletic career began at Parkettes National Gymnastics Training Center where he was a competitive gymnast for ten years. After retiring, he competed as a five-sport varsity athlete in high school, participating in Soccer, Diving, Wrestling, Lacrosse, and Track & Field. With its close ties to Gymnastics, Pole Vaulting captured his heart and led him to join the Lehigh Mountain Hawks Division I Track & Field Team at Lehigh University. After college, he accepted a position at New York University as the Assistant Jumps Coach for the Track & Field Team. Here he uncovered his passion for coaching and helping other athletes. To augment his coaching abilities, he became a certified trainer and CrossFit coach to further help athletes achieve their goals, compete, and recover from injuries. During his athletic career, he underwent six major reconstructive procedures, giving him the experience necessary to understand the physical endurance and restraint, as well as the positive mentality necessary to successfully recover from an injury. Following the mantra, “Rebuilt To Inspire”, he worked with injured athletes to help them make full recoveries, while motivating them to come back both physically and mentally stronger. This work and passion for helping recovering athletes has now expanded to cancer survivors. In the summer of 2019, Beau was diagnosed with Stage III Germ Cell Cancer. Immediately... To see Beau Whitman's full bio and links, head over to the complete show notes here: www.docjenfit.com/podcast/episode35--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tobpodcast/message

37mins

23 Sep 2020

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47 Beau Whitman: former gymnast, collegiate pole vaulter, and now a recent cancer survivor!

The Athletic Mindset

Today I sit down with Beau Whitman, a former gymnast, collegiate pole vaulter, and now a recent cancer survivor. Even bigger news, Beau just found out he is 100% cancer free this past Monday!! We breakdown how his experiences as an athlete helped him with his battle with cancer. Beau is someone who preaches vulnerability, something I’m picking up on through him, and the true power that exists in opening up to our vulnerability. As the old Nike ad goes, Beau knows, and he’s here to share his story with all of us! You can find Beau at: https://linktr.ee/beauvault And on Instagram @beau.whitman 

31mins

31 Jul 2020

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Lessons Learned from Beating Stage Three Cancer with Beau Whitman

The Golden Rule Revolution with Lucas Mack

His mission is taking Cancer survivors from being stranded to strong. Beau Whitman shares his incredibly inspiring story and it applies to us all on how to find hope even in the darkest circumstances.For more information on Beau go to: https://beauwhitman.com/For more information on me go to: https://www.lucasmack.com/

37mins

30 Jul 2020

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78. Beau Whitman | Overcoming Obstacles

The Jenn Kennedy Show

I challenge you to find a more uplifting, optimistic, silver-lining finding human out there, than Beau. Beau Whitman has gone through it all, including cancer, and yet, he remains positive and uplifting no matter what mountain is in front of him. Tune in to hear how he does it and how you can do it too.Where to find Beau:www.instagram.com/beau.whitmanWhere to find Jenn:www.instagram.com/jennkennedy

39mins

10 Apr 2020

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#121: Fighting Cancer Through Vulnerability with Beau Whitman

Own Your Choices Own Your Life

#121: Fighting Cancer Through Vulnerability with Beau Whitman In this episode I am speaking with Beau Whitman, a Personal Trainer and Motivator to so many people. Beau is one of seven siblings in the Whitman family. Growing up with two younger brothers and four older sisters – all of whom are supportive, passionate, and wildly competitive – shaped who Beau is as an athlete, coach, trainer and person. His athletic career began at Parkettes National Gymnastics Training Center where he trained as a competitive gymnast for twelve years. After retiring, he competed as a five-sport varsity athlete in high school, participating in Soccer, Diving, Wrestling, Lacrosse, and Track & Field. With its close ties to Gymnastics, Pole Vaulting captured Beau’s heart and led him to join the Lehigh Mountain Hawks Division I Track & Field Team at Lehigh University. After college, Beau accepted a position at New York University as the Assistant Jumps Coach for the Track & Field Team. Here he uncovered his passion for coaching and helping other athletes. Beau became a trainer and CrossFit coach so that he could further help people achieve their goals, compete, and recover from injuries. Having experienced six major reconstructive procedures during his athletic career, Beau understands the physical endurance and restraint, as well as the positive mentality necessary to successfully recover from an injury. Following the mantra, “rebuilt to inspire”, Beau works with injured athletes to make full recoveries and motivates them to come back both physically and mentally stronger. In this episode, we discuss: Everything happens for a reason. We aren’t necessarily supposed to understand or make sense of the reason, yet there is always something we can make of our challenges and our story. Vulnerability is something Beau truly embraces as he challenges himself and others to go 5 layers deep in our questions. Allowing ourselves to be vulnerable is what truly connects us to each other. Beau’s mantra, “rebuilt to inspire”, is a mantra that he truly lived and continues to live on a daily basis. We always teach what we learn. That is what makes us powerful human beings and authentic in our message. Beau openly shared and documented his cancer journey online to offer support to others and this connected him with so many people that he became an inspiration for. Connect with Beau Website: https://beauwhitman.squarespace.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beau.whitman Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/beauwhitman Connect with Marsha: Book your FREE IMPACT call https://calendly.com/mvanwyn761/impact-call Fill out the Radical Responsibility Mastermind Application to book your Discovery call https://forms.gle/KWFSB1a42eSP9yx8A About me – Marsha Vanwynsberghe — Author, Speaker and Life Coach Marsha is the 6-time Bestselling Author of “When She Stopped Asking Why”.  She shares her lessons as a parent who dealt with teen substance abuse far past the level of normal experimentation. Through her programs, coaching and live events for women, Marsha is on a mission to teach you how to “Own Your Choices” in your own life.  She teaches women how to own their stories, lead themselves and pay it forward to others by creating businesses that serve, support and impact others.

45mins

26 Mar 2020

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Episode 027: “Nick Pags Gave Me Cancer” with Beau Whitman

LESSGOO with Nick Pags

One of the most physically impressive fit pros in NYC, Beau Whitman, a Crossfit coach, college track coach, fitness instructor, and elite athlete was diagnosed with a rare form of stage 3 germ cell cancer at the age of 27.  In this episode I connect with Beau during his first cycle of chemo as we discuss the power of vulnerability,  transitioning from the supporter to the supported, “rebuilding to inspire”, attractive nurses, going one day at a time, and creating with what you’re given.  I am so happy to say that today, Beau is CANCER FREE! Shoutout to our sponsor Samsung @samsungus.  You can follow Beau on Instagram @beauvault

1hr 1min

17 Feb 2020