Mobility Will Save Your Life, Encore Episode: Dr. Vonda Wright

This week’s SuperAge podcast episode is an encore episode with fan favorite guest, Dr. Vonda Wright. In this episode, Dr. Vonda Wright shares her insights on everything from the effects of exercise after 40, 50, and 60 to the benefits of foam rolling for recovery and performance and hormones. She wants to be healthy, active, vital, and joyful for the rest of her lifespan, and she wants to help others in doing the same by bridging the gap between their healthspan and lifespan. Fortunately, her research and experience as an orthopedic surgeon, speaker, and author has given her the knowledge to do just that.

“What gets me up in the morning, David, is the knowledge that by saving your mobility, I’m going to save your life because there’s not one pill besides exercise and smart nutrition that affects all the diseases that we are commonly plagued with. So that’s what gets me out of bed everyday as an orthopod and an author and a speaker.”

“We know that 68% of people do not do any kind of mobility any day of the week. And that’s why about 60% of people in this country can qualify as obese and 30% of our children are obese. And 17% of our children, that we raised, now have diabetes. We need to do something about this now.“

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Dr. Vonda Wright: https://www.drvondawright.com

Dr. Vonda Wright’s books: https://www.drvondawright.com/author-and-expert/

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Taylor Marks
Taylor Marks is a certified holistic health coach and current student at The Institute of Culinary Education studying health supportive culinary arts. Her passions include making nourishing food taste and look delicious and guiding others towards feeling their best.


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