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Greatest Hits: 13 Reasons Why We Love Mental Health

**In an effort to provide incredible content AND to practice what we preach, the nasty girls are taking the month of December to tap into some creativity and re-charge. Enjoy listening to our most popular episodes throughout the month of December** :)

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If you need help, please don't hesitate to reach out. Anyone, reach out to anyone. Get into counseling, there is hope. Life is too special and you matter. Call the national suicide prevention hotline at 1-800-273-8255. The darkest time of the night is right before the sun breaks...

May is not only about Justin Timberlake memes, it's also Mental Heath awareness month! Luckily we didn't have to go far to get the best in the business because we already have her.  Mrs. Olivia Pelts, founder of Sunshine City Counseling, herself is giving us all the details about mental health and how to incorporate it into your life. We discuss how mental health has changed over the last few decades, why going to counseling is the best decision you can make and how to know when you need to see a professional. Oh, we also chat about the ever so popular Netflix hit "13 Reasons Why", oh yeah, we get deep. This is one of our personal faves and we can't wait to hear what you think!

Thanks to our sponsor, PupActive. Check them out on instagram @pupactive and be sure to "like" them on facebook. Type in "Nasty" at checkout for a treat! They are DOPE!

Resources
National Suicide Prevention Line 1-800-273-8255
You Cannot Be Replaced
Sunshine City Counseling
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Brian MacKenzie of XPT Life

The Real Reason You're In The Gym & How You're Slowly Killing Yourself

We all have our reasons. Abs. Booty gainz. Dem biceps. Whatever it is, is it really the core reason you're hitting the gym for multiple hours a day?

Amy and Olivia explore their own fitness evolution and how their core purpose has shifted over years.

Oh, they also take a goooood look at the topic of overtraining and how more often than not it is a result NOT of over training but of under-eating and poor sleep hygiene.

Olivia also rants a little bit on the CrossFit culture and why we need to better understand the differences between practice vs. training vs. competition.

So, yeah, this is a solid episode. Enjoy the nasty girls this week and let us know your purpose behind why you get in the gym.

Train Nasty.

--Amy & Olivia

www.thenastygirlspodcast.com

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Resources
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Ben Bergeron: Episode "Training With Intention"

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13 Reasons Why We Love Mental Health

If you need help, please don't hesitate to reach out. Anyone, reach out to anyone. Get into counseling, there is hope. Life is too special and you matter. Call the national suicide prevention hotline at 1-800-273-8255. The darkest time of the night is right before the sun breaks...

May is not only about Justin Timberlake memes, it's also Mental Heath awareness month! Luckily we didn't have to go far to get the best in the business because we already have her.  Mrs. Olivia Pelts, founder of Sunshine City Counseling, herself is giving us all the details about mental health and how to incorporate it into your life. We discuss how mental health has changed over the last few decades, why going to counseling is the best decision you can make and how to know when you need to see a professional. Oh, we also chat about the ever so popular Netflix hit "13 Reasons Why", oh yeah, we get deep. This is one of our personal faves and we can't wait to hear what you think!

Thanks to our sponsor, PupActive. Check them out on instagram @pupactive and be sure to "like" them on facebook. Type in "Nasty" at checkout for a treat! They are DOPE!

Resources
National Suicide Prevention Line 1-800-273-8255
You Cannot Be Replaced
Sunshine City Counseling
Headspace
Brian MacKenzie of XPT Life