FEARING OSTEOPOROSIS? Turn your fears into health and happiness w/ Akshay Nanavati + BoneCoach™ Osteopenia & Osteoporosis

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The Bone Coach Podcast | Transforming Osteoporosis Fears Into Hope & Joy | Bone Loss Podcast

When you’re diagnosed with osteoporosis or another bone health condition, it’s normal to feel overwhelmed by fear, uncertainty, and a sense of powerlessness. It can seem like your whole world has been turned upside down. 

But the truth is, your diagnosis does not define you, and it doesn’t have to stop you from living a rich, fulfilling life.

In this inspiring episode, I’m joined by Akshay Nanavati, Marine Corps Veteran, ultra-endurance athlete, and author of “Fearvana,” to explore how you can transform challenges into opportunities for growth and empowerment. 

Discover how to reclaim your life and pursue your dreams, one courageous step at a time, even in the face of bone health challenges.

Episode Timeline

0:00 – Episode start

2:19 – Introducing Akshay Nanavati

3:55 – His journey from addiction and PTSD to success.

7:52 – Preparing for the solo 110-day coast-to-coast crossing of Antarctica

11:04 – The common fears associated with an osteoporosis diagnosis and how to manage them

15:39 – How reframing your thoughts can help you overcome any struggle, even those related to bone health 

19:43 – Tips on setting a positive tone for the day, especially when facing physical or mental obstacles

25:36 – The importance of identity in overcoming challenges and making progress

30:42 – Owning your ego while tapping into humility

31:19 – Elaboration on key phrases like “Every morning, the version of you that exists today will never exist again.”

33:39 – The significance of “I hope tomorrow will be exactly what it is.”

36:09 – The powerful message behind “Die alive” and its implications for living a fulfilling life

38:17– How to support Akshay’s Great Soul Crossing

41:43 – Information about his book “Fearvana” and where to find it

42:34 – Connect with Akshay on Social Media

Resources Mentioned

**Show notes @ https://bonecoach.com/fearvana-akshay-nanavati-fearing-osteoporosis/

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About Akshay Nanavati:

Akshay Nanavati has overcome drug addiction, PTSD from fighting in Iraq with the Marines (where one of his jobs was to walk in front of vehicles to find bombs), depression and alcoholism that pushed him to the brink of suicide.

Since then, by embracing his demons, he has built a global business, run many ultramarathons, climbed mountains in the Himalayas, spent 10 days in darkness and isolation, skied 350 miles across the world’s second largest icecap, and become one of only 26 people to ski up a remote glacier in Antarctica, where he lost two fingers to frostbite. Despite 4 biological defects including a blood disorder that two doctors told him would kill him in boot camp, he is now a sponsored athlete and is currently training for the first ever solo, 110-day, 1700-mile, coast-to-coast crossing of Antarctica.

Combining his life experience with years of research in neuroscience, psychology and spirituality, he wrote the book “Fearvana,” about which the Dalai Lama said “Fearvana inspires us to look beyond our own agonizing experiences and find the positive side of our lives.” Akshay is on a mission to help our human family explore the edges and fall in love with both play and suffering in order to create a life of greater meaning, joy and fulfillment.

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