Canadian Dad Podcast - Dai Manuel

Canadian Dad Podcast – Ep. 3 – Fitness Coach, Dai Manuel

This week on the podcast, I spoke to fitness coach, entrepreneur, motivational speaker and father, Dai Manuel, from the website The Moose is Loose. Dai shares tips for parents who want to start making some changes in their lives. 

We discuss Dai’s battle with childhood obesity that led him to start taking care of his body at a young age, and I share my struggles with weight and general laziness. We also spend some time talking about the importance of setting a good example for our kids and ways to get them involved in the fun of exercising.  

Overall, Dai shares some amazing tips on how to get started and if you sign up for his mailing list, you get a very cool ebook that has 99 workouts that you can do with no extra equipment required. 

Enjoy the show!

Canadian Dad Podcast - Julie Cole

Canadian Dad Podcast – Ep. 2 – Mabel’s Labels Co-Founder, Julie Cole

On this episode of the podcast I spoke to Mabel’s Labels co-founder, Julie. We talked about how Julie manages to stay organized while raising her family of 6 school aged children and running a successful business all at once. 

We also discuss back to school, hockey parents, the importance of connecting with members in your community, kids and cell phones, and we trade parenting gaffe stories with each other. Julie and I will also talk about how we will both be speaking at the Blissdom Canada conference this October. 

Finally, Julie was kind enough to provide listeners of the podcast with a discount code for 10% off your next purchase at Mabel’s Labels, but you’ll have to listen to the show to get the code 😉

 

Canadian Dad Podcast – Ep. 1 – Olympic Gold Medalist Rosie MacLennan


In the first episode of the Canadian Dad Podcast, I had the pleasure of talking to Executive Director & CEO of Physical and Health Education Canada, Chris Jones, and Canadian Trampolining Gold Medalist, Rosie MacLennan.

We talked about their partnership with Active At School and how to make sure that your children get the proper amount of physical activity they need now that school has started.

I also talked to Rosie about her Olympic journey and what it felt like to stand on the podium and hear the Canadian National anthem playing. Rosie also discussed the important role her parents played in getting her to where she is today and touched on being a role model for young girls everywhere. 

Enjoy the show!