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5 Tips for developing a healthier you

Dr. Nick shares tips on developing a nighttime routine, clean eating, the power of movement and hydration


This is a special edition of the Inside EMS Podcast – enjoy a crossover post from Chris Cebollero’s Ultimate Leadership Podcast.

In this episode of the Ultimate Leadership Podcast, we flip the script a bit, we are not talking about professional development, but instead the 5 tips you need to know about keeping yourself as healthy as possible. Host Chris Cebollero is joined by Dr. Nick Barnes.

Dr. Nick attended the University of Missouri in Columbia to study nutritional sciences. Then, he enrolled at Logan University in Chesterfield to earn a Doctor of Chiropractic. He has earned certifications including nutrition, detoxification and advanced spinal rehabilitation. Dr. Nick is on the Sports Performance Council for USA Wrestling and accompanied the team to the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

In this crazy time of the pandemic, what is the best way to keep ourselves healthier? Dr. Nick shares his expertise on developing a nighttime routine, clean eating, the power of movement and how hydration aids the body in cell nutrition. Get insight into how to become the best version of yourself. Come and join the discussion.

Learn more about withstanding the mental and physical health risks that come with the job with a host of videos, webinars, articles, podcasts, shareable resources and more from our First Responder Wellness Week coverage.

Welcome to The Ultimate Leadership Podcast. Your host is Chris Cebollero. Chris a multi-No. 1 best-selling author, motivational speaker and executive coach. He is cohost of the Inside EMS podcast, and an EMS1 Editorial Advisory Board Member.

Chris has 30 years of leadership experience, and some of those years were not successful. In The Ultimate Leadership Podcast, Chris will tackle successes, challenges, mistakes and failures, while discussing organizational challenges and best practices with his expert guests.

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