An Olympian’s Approach to Health (feat. Dr. Terry Schroeder)
Your success as a professional filmmaker directly results from your mental and physical fortitude. In this episode of the Inner Circle Podcast, former Olympic athlete and coach, Dr. Terry Schroeder, joins Lydia Hurlbut in the Filmmakers Academy studio.
Together they discuss Dr. Terry’s history as an Olympian, key insights filmmakers should consider to prevent injury, and ideal supplements to ensure health and wellness.
Throughout the episode, they also explore the importance of alleviating stress as well as Dr. Terry’s excitement with functional medicine and how he helped his brother recover over 90% of his functionality after a stroke!
To cap it all off, Lydia and Dr. Terry talk about what it takes to be a great leader as both a business owner and a coach.
A Friendly Disclaimer: The content expressed in this podcast talking about supplements and supplemental medical treatments is primarily for informational and educational purposes, and does not substitute other professional medical advice or consultations with your own healthcare professionals.
More from Lydia Hurlbut and her Leadership & Wellness Initiative:
- 4 Self-Care Tips for Filmmaking Entrepreneurs
- Plan Your Filmmaking Lifestyle for Success with Lydia Hurlbut
- Healthy Habits for the Post-Production Edit Bay
- Mental Health in the Film Industry
Dr. Terry Schroeder’s website: LiveInAlignment.org
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LiveInAlignment
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/liveinalignment/
- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBnhxKZe9PfSa0bsylpuZSA
- Dr. Terry’s Personal Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/terry.schroeder.796
- Dr. Terry’s book, Swimming Through Life: https://amzn.to/48H9Luh
Lydia Hurlbut founded Filmmakers Academy with her husband, Shane Hurlbut, ASC. The educational platform delivers comprehensive industry knowledge instructed by leading filmmaking professionals. In addition to Filmmakers Academy, Hurlbut is a certified life/business coach and a Holy Fire III Reiki practitioner.
For more than two decades, Hurlbut advocated and implemented health and wellness standards within various professions. First graduating from Simmons College in Boston, MA, Hurlbut began a career as a pediatric nurse at Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles. After earning a master’s degree in forensic nursing at the University of Virginia a few years later, she specialized in investigating sexual violence. During this time, Hurlbut helped develop a program for law enforcement to prevent psychological burnout due to the nature of their work.
During the early 2000s, Hurlbut contributed to the National Public Radio (KPCC) show AirTalk with Larry Mantle. At that time, she produced the show’s Health Dialogues segments.