On this week’s episode of Harder to Kill Radio, meet Dr. Theresa Larson.
Meet Episode 48’s Guest, Dr. Theresa Larson
If you’re a faithful listener of Harder to Kill Radio, the name Dr. Theresa Larson is already familiar to you.
She appeared on episode 34, and she’s back this week to talk about some issues related to her brand new book Warrior: True Strength isn’t Always What It Looks Like. Prior to her career as a DPT, Theresa served our country as a Marine Corps Lieutenant leading troops through battle-torn Fallujah, Iraq.
Theresa is back this week giving an insider’s view on women in combat and how to strengthen your brain-body connection for better mental and physical health.
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:
- About Dr. Larson’s journey & the illness she faced while deployed
- Her thoughts on females in combat & special forces
- How seemingly healthy habits can turn into obsessions
- What’s the fine line between health and states of illness
- How to strengthen the brain-body connection
- Why her new book is a must-read for anyone, military or civilian, man or woman
Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:
- Dr. Larson’s website
- Her new book Warrior: True Strength isn’t Always What It Looks Like
- Theresa’s Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
- Dr. Larson’s physical therapy practice, Movement-RX
- Her previous episode of Harder to Kill Radio (#34)
- How to get help for an eating disorder
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Join me next week for Episode 49 for my interview with a nutritionist who’s on a mission to put down strong roots in search of sustainability and health.
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