What Exactly is Spread the Wellth?
Spread the Wellth is two friends who want to make the world a healthier place through personalized, evidence-based solutions. We offer services to aid in weight loss, muscle building, healthy eating habits, and more.
Daniel Wheeler, MBA, CPT
Founder, Health Entrepreneur
Daniel is an MBA graduate from the University of Louisville with a passion for health and wellness. With a strong desire to help others achieve their goals, Daniel decided to pursue his dream of starting a wellness business after completing his MBA. Daniel combines his passion for health with a diverse background in weightlifting, powerlifting, marathon and ultra-marathon running, and jiu-jitsu.
Daniel is dedicated to learning and sharing his knowledge to inspire individuals to achieve their full potential in the pursuit health and wellness.
NASM Certifications: Nutrition Certification, Wellness Coach, Online Coach, Personal Trainer
Branden Leff, SPT, CSCS
Co-Founder, Corrective Exercise Specialist
Branden was a collegiate football player at Georgetown College where he earned his degree in exercise science. Branden is currently pursuing his Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Ky and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Branden's goal is to help all people move freely, confidently, and without pain in all aspects of life. Branden strives to improve movement through a multi-factor approach targeting strength, endurance, mobility, and flexibility.
Work with experienced personal trainers 1:1 and enjoy personalized exercise programming designed just for YOU!
Work 1:1 with an experienced nutrition coach and enjoy customized meal plans designed to help you reach your goals!
Newsletters covering the latest holistic wellness content. Includes wellness tips, words of encouragement, our thoughts, and more!
Work closely with our experienced and qualified staff to achieve your wellness goals. We offer personalized coaching and customized workout plans tailored to your aspirations, abilities, and lifestyle. Whether you prefer in-person or online sessions, our dedicated team will provide ongoing support, ensure proper form and technique, and celebrate your accomplishments. Start your transformative wellness journey today and unlock your full potential with us.
Personalized meal plans catered for each individual's goals. Whether you want to lose or gain weight, try a certain diet, or just eat more protein, we've got you covered with our food coaching services!
Initial 60 Minute Physical Assessment - $20
Basic Package: 5 Sessions - $200 ($40/session)
Standard Package: 10 Sessions - $380 ($38/session)
Standard Package: 20 Sessions - $700 ($35/session)
Premium Package: 40 Sessions - $1,200 ($30/session)
Shop along the perimeter of the grocery store. This is where you will find healthy, perishable, fresh foods.
Ominous Cooking Oils
Oils to avoid: Soybean, Vegetable, Corn, Canola, Grapeseed, Safflower, Sunflower
Opt for Extra-Virgin Olive Oil, Butter, Ghee, Avocado Oil, Coconut Oil
Hydrating Foods (Yes, You Read That Right!)
Fresh fruits and vegetables are up to 95% water. So next time you need to hydrate but water does not sound appealing, try these!
Cucumber - 95% Water
Watermelon - 92% Water
Strawberries - 91% Water
Cantaloupe - 90% Water
To improve your running capabilities, follow the 80/20 rule.
80% of your weekly runs should be done at an easy pace, also known as Zone 2 training. This style of training helps build your aerobic base and lowers your resting heart rate. Most smart watches today can help notify you when you are running in Zone 2. If you do not have a smart watch, an easy way to stay in Zone 2 is to run at a pace at which you can comfortably carry on a conversation.
20% of your weekly runs should be done at moderate to high intensity. This could include interval runs, fartlek runs, 400 meter track repeats, or any other running that elevates heart rate.
When first beginning strength training, it is a great idea to follow the 2-for-2 rule.
If you are capable of performing 2 extra repetitions of workout for 2 sets, then the exercise should be progressed.
Often times people overtrain when they begin resistance training. The 2-for-2 rule is a great way to avoid overtraining.
Simply walking each day is great way to:
Spend more time outside
Prevent/manage various ailments
Increase energy levels
Helps aid in digestion if performed after eating
Avoid caffeine 8-10 hours before bedtime.
Limit daytime naps to 90 minutes or less.
The body needs to drop 1-3 degrees to fall asleep and effectively stay asleep. Find your ideal temperature (typically between 60-67 degrees Fahrenheit).
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We do our personal training at Flex Appeal in Germantown. 946 Goss Ave, Louisville, KY 40217
Depending upon your goals, we will create a comprehensive exercise program tailored just for you! We meet with you however many times a week you would like to meet and coach you through the exercise program to help you maximize your time in the gym.