Does exercise help with ADHD symptoms? How important are consistency and personal accountability in exercise? How do I stay motivated to exercise as a neurodiverse person? Alli Cost, MS, OTR-L, joins the podcast to answer these questions and provide additional insight into how to live your life without pain. Whether you’re an athlete looking to improve your performance, a desk worker looking to relieve tension, or someone who simply wants to feel better in their body, you’ll want to listen to this episode! Alli Cost, MS, OTR-L, is an occupational therapist and a managing partner of Foundation Training, LLC. She has the drive to empower individuals & communities through simple, sustainable changes. Foundation Training is a cornerstone of how she helps others improve their quality of life. Alli serves as the Education Director for FT and continues to teach/treat as an occupational therapist with a specialty in sensory integration. Alli Cost links: Facebook | LinkedIn | Website | FT Streaming Add us on Social Media: Instagram: @lindsayguentzel @refocusedpod @adhdonline Twitter: @lindsayguentzel @refocusedpod @adhdonline Email Lindsay: [email protected]
We appreciate you taking the time to listen! If you'd like to show your support, please consider following "Refocused" on your preferred podcast-listening platform. Also, leaving a review would be AWESOME and help us share our content with more people. Thank you! Resources: The new Refocused logo was designed by Sissy Yee at Berlin Grey, LLC. Video production assistance is provided by the wonderful people at Deksia. Audio engineering assistance is provided by EXR Sound. The theme music for Refocused was created by Louis Inglis, a songwriter and composer in Perth, Australia who was diagnosed with ADHD in 2020 at the age of 39. To learn more about his work, check out his online studio here. Email Louis directly here. For more information on ADHD Online and ADHD assessments, medical management, and teletherapy, check out ADHDonline.com. "I don't exercise because I hate my body, I exercise because I love my body and I want to treat it right."