Five days before Christmas last year, Heather Vanboerum was leaving Costco when a driver accidentally hit the gas rather than the brake, pinning her between two cars. Her life changed in an instant—but the miracles that followed, both big and small, are remarkable and on this week's episode, Heather helps us see them all through her eyes. 2:16- Wife of a Trauma Surgeon 4:34- The Accident 7:56- Proximity 10:06- Earthly Angels 13:39- A Hospital Room at Christmastime 18:10- Making It Through For Life's Biggest Moments 21:39- Intensity of Rehab and Update 27:21- Why Give Blood? 29:52- The Unique Gift Each Family Member Brings 33:17- Prepared For Something Big 35:34- Reality of a Savior 37:41- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel Of Jesus Christ? Follow Heather on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vb_flower_power/ KSL documentary- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8c4zrLZ3lzg Costco Employees on KSL- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--DNjcZ4oIE Link to BYU Richard Osguthorpe Devotional- https://speeches.byu.edu/talks/richard-osguthorpe/to-believe-on-their-words/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A discussion on consistency, intensity, and the tradeoffs between the two. The big topics discussed include how small steps compounded over time lead to big gains; why it is so tempting to over-do intensity and under-do consistency; how to determine a seven or eight out of ten and differentiate it from a nine or ten… The post Consistency Over Intensity appeared first on The Growth Equation.
My guest this episode is Jeff Cavaliere, MSPT CSCS, a world-class physical therapist and Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist. Jeff has coached athletes ranging from novice to professional and has taught science-based physical training protocols to tens of millions of everyday people via his enormously clear and actionable online programs. Jeff is a true expert on proper resistance and cardiovascular training, injury prevention and rehabilitation and has extensive knowledge on proper form, posture, nutrition and supplementation. We discuss how to best design and optimize a physical training program to achieve your specific goals. We also discuss how to build and leverage mental focus during workouts, when and how to stretch, pain management and enhancing workout recovery and sleep, and how to personalize your training and nutrition program over time. Jeff's knowledge and science-based approach ought to benefit everyone in reaching their desired fitness, aesthetic and overall health goals. Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman Eight Sleep: https://www.eightsleep.com/huberman ROKA: https://www.roka.com/huberman Supplements from Momentous https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman. For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com. Timestamps (00:00:00) Jeff Cavaliere, Physical Training (00:03:27) Momentous Supplements, AG1 (Athletic Greens), Eight Sleep, ROKA (00:08:38) Tool: A Fitness Plan for General Health (00:13:27) Tool: Optimizing Body Part Training Splits (00:20:12) Two-a-Day Training (00:22:33) Cardiovascular Conditioning, High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) & Skills (00:28:24) Tool: Mind-Muscle Connection, The Cavaliere Cramp Contraction Test (00:35:05) “Muscularity” & Resting Tone (00:41:31) Tool: Muscle Recovery & Soreness, Grip Strength (00:50:39) Sleep & Sleep Position (00:57:24) Active (Dynamic) vs. Passive Stretching, Timing & Healing Muscle (01:07:23) Tool: Jumping Rope (01:12:56) Internal & External Rotation, Upright Row vs. High Pull (01:24:27) Back Pain Relief & Medial Glutes, Body Pain & Origins (01:37:39) Tool: Properly Holding Weights & Deepening Grip (01:43:54) Tool: Physical Recovery, Heat & Cold Exposure (01:47:19) Tool: Record Keeping for Training Performance & Rest Time (01:51:47) Nutrition Principles & Consistency, Processed Foods & Sugar (02:00:15) Tool: “Plate Eating”: Protein, Fibrous & Starchy Carbohydrates (02:11:25) Training in Men vs. Women, Training for Kids & Adolescents (02:18:05) Tool: Pre- and Post-Training Nutrition (02:26:30) Intensity & Training Consistency (02:29:53) AthleanX, Jesse Laico & Fitness Journeys (02:38:27) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous Supplements, Instagram, Twitter, Neural Network Newsletter Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer
Jacob Tipper is a coach of athletes across the spectrum from track sprinters to triathletes, and he is also a great track and road cyclist himself. Jacob was the person tasked with putting together Alistair Brownlee's team for the Sub7/Sub8 project (discussed in detail in EP#344). This week we talk generally about Jacob's perspectives on coaching and training. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Jacob's overarching coaching philosophy -Perspectives on intensity and volume -Developing fatigue resistance -The benefits of training in a group -Psychological aspects of being an endurance athlete SHOWNOTES: https://scientifictriathlon.com/tts345/ SCIENTIFIC TRIATHLON AND THAT TRIATHLON SHOW WEBPAGE: www.scientifictriathlon.com/podcast/ SPONSORS: ROKA - Exceptional quality triathlon wetsuits, trisuits, swimskins, goggles, performance sunglasses as well as prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses. Online vision test for prescription updates and home try-on options available for eyeglasses. Ships from the US, UK and EU. Trusted by world-leading athletes such as Lucy Charles-Barclay, Javier Gómez Noya, Flora Duffy, Morgan Pearson, Summer Rappaport and others in triathlon, cycling, speed skating, and many more. Visit roka.com/tts for 20% off your order. ZEN8 - The ZEN8 Indoor Swim Trainer is a one of a kind swim bench for time-crunched triathletes looking to improve their swim technique, power and propulsion, and consistency of swim training. It is very affordable, about the price of a pair of running shoes, and Zen8 offer free shipping in the US and the UK. Best of all, you can try it risk-free. If you don't love it after two weeks, send it back and get a full refund. Get 20% off your order at zen8swimtrainer.com/tts. LINKS AND RESOURCES: Jacob's website, Twitter and Instagram Dan Bigham – aerodynamic testing, equipment, and making your bike fast | EP#229 Scientific Training for Endurance Athletes with Dr. Philip Skiba | EP#311 Intensity, volume, rest, nutrition, coaching and triathlon myth-busting with Dr. Philip Skiba | EP#173 RATE AND REVIEW: If you enjoy the show, please help me out by subscribing, rating and reviewing: www.scientifictriathlon.com/rate/ CONTACT: Want to send feedback, questions or just chat? Email me at email@example.com or connect on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.
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1988 NPC USA champion John DeFendis is the guest on this episode of the Bodybuilding Legends Podcast. In Part One of his interview, John talks about competing as a teenager, his first meeting with 1972 Mr. America Steve Michalik and his experience training with Steve using the Intensity or Insanity workout program. John also talks about how extremely hard training helped to shape his character and develop his will to win. At the end of the Podcast, host John Hansen reads the article "Jackpot in Las Vegas for John DeFendis" written by Bill Reynolds for the December, 1988 issue of Flex Magazine. Time Stamps: 3:00 - Birthdays this week 5:30 - Benefits for Patreon supporters 6:25 - Emails 9:30 - Muscle Maturity Podcast 10:30 - Beginning of interview with John DeFendis, Part One 12:00 - John talks about his teenage bodybuilding competitions 15:20 - What it means to train hard 17:12 - Meeting Steve Michalik 23:40 - John's first workout with Michalik 29:04 - "Skelton with a wig" 29:35 - The workout that put John in the hospital 37:33 - Teenage Mr. America contest 39:25 - Guest Posing shape 45:00 - Becoming a good poser 48:50 - Pullovers for the chest 58:10 - Host John Hansen reads the article "Jackpot in Las Vegas for John DeFendis" written by Bill Reynolds for the December, 1988 issue of Flex Magazine Links: John's Online Training Bodybuilding Legends Website Support Us on Patreon John Hansen Fitness website John's YouTube Channel Muscle Maturity Podcast Bodybuilding Legends Instagram John's Facebook Page
#121 - How consistency and intensity can help you stay fit for years to come!If you're interested in getting support along your health and fitness journey, watch this short 7 min video below and fill out this questionnaire here and I'll be in touch!Click Here to Watch the Video and Access the Survey!Or Just shoot me an email at Kevin@DadBodWOD.net or a DM on Instagram!Links:FREE Dad Bod WOD Community Facebook GroupTen Thousand Apparel CodeL TORRESIce Age Meals Code: KevinTorresIAMBare Performance Nutrition Code: TORRES
What started out on a dare turned into a platform for me to rediscover, reconnect to and practice my own voice. I've had some wonderful conversations with guests, too, and now, 46 episodes later, we are winding down our second season. In this episode I share the biggest things I was reminded of by recording this podcast. Have a wonderful summer and I will see you in a couple months. Grab your free energy tools to Calm the Intensity and Find Peace In Your Body on my website. Links below. Sacred Fame™ Podcast is for conversations about being fully seen, heard and known and paid for being your authentic, brilliant, gifted, human self. Life's too short to spend time hiding, you have things to do, impact to make, and service to bring to the world, without your mind and old stories getting in the way. You are worthy, whole and enough, so be confident, be spiritual, be intuitive, be famous, be successful! BE YOURSELF! Visit https://www.sacredfame.com for 2 quick energy techniques to find peace in your body now so that you can balance your energy and trust yourself more. Kasia Rachfall is an integrative healer, energy magician and mentor for spiritually focused creatives, seekers and entrepreneurs who have a deep desire to be fully seen, known and paid for being themselves as they serve others and leverage their influence to create positive change in the world. Akashic Records Alchemy Circle https://www.kasiarachfall.com/akashic-records-alchemy-circle/ How to Read Your Own Akashic Records: https://www.kasiarachfall.com/how-to-read-your-own-akashic-records/ Free Resources: https://www.kasiarachfall.com/starthere --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sacredfame/message
Have you earned the right to dial up the intensity? In this episode, we dive into a simple framework to help you understand the research based milestones that are key to assessing your readiness for activities such as running and jumping. These principles can act as a guide for your movement progression throughout the rehab process. Thanks so much for listening.Sign up for The ACL Athlete Newsletter: https://bit.ly/theaclathletenewsletterIf you found value in today's episode, please leave a review so we can reach more and moreACL athletes just like you.Ways we can connect:My IG: www.instagram.com/ravipatel.dptMy website: www.theaclathlete.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this two part series we chat with Dr. Teun van Erp, current data scientist with INEOS Grenadiers, about how World Tour cyclists train and perform during competitions. In our opinion, given Tuen's extensive research and experience working with World Tour cyclists, he is one of the best people in the field to discuss this topic with.In this episode we examine Dr. Teun's research further and get into the details of how pro men and women cyclists actually train. But this episode is more than that. There are also some direct comparisons between the training and racing demands of pro men and women - including insight into the numbers of a World Tour power couple.This is a listener supported podcast, and we would be stoked if you supported us by becoming a member of The Cycling Performance Club. With your backing we can continue our mission to deliver the best in cycling performance knowledge and practical advice to you and the greater cycling community. Support The Club by clicking here!Guest panelist:Teun van Erp, Ph.D.INEOS Grenadiers Staff PageResearchgateLinkedInTwitter: @The_TeunEpisode References:Training Characteristics of Male and Female Professional Road Cyclists: A 4-Year Retrospective AnalysisIntensity and Load Characteristics of Professional Road Cycling: Differences Between Men's and Women's RacesCase Report: Load, Intensity, and Performance Characteristics in Multiple Grand ToursDemands of professional cycling races: Influence of race category and resultCo-hosts:Jason Boynton, Ph.D.boyntoncoaching.comCyrus Monkcyclistscientist.comProducer & co-host:Damian Rusesemiprocycling.com
Host Chase Tremaine and staff writer Josh Balogh tag-team an interview with John Van Deusen, on the recent release of his 5-star album I Am Origami, Pt. 4: Marathon Daze. Van Deusen speaks in depth about the album, the overall process of wrapping up a four-album series, and the intermingling of music, faith, culture, and career. This episode is sponsored by Rev Music, whose new album Harvest is available now wherever you stream or purchase music. Click here for more information. The JFH Podcast is hosted and produced by Chase Tremaine and executive produced by John DiBiase and Christopher Smith. To meet the people behind the show, discuss the episodes, ask questions, and engage in conversations with other listeners, join the JFH Podcast group on Facebook.
Justin discusses what allowed Morning Chalk Up to become the go-to source for athletes, coaches and community members seeking CrossFit information, news and media.Listen with Show Notes: https://zoarfitness.com/podcast/060/Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/SUU4ywnqCUIHire a Coach: https://www.zoarfitness.com/coach/Get Pro [Upgrade Your Fitness Knowledge]: https://zoarfitness.com/pro/The Protocol [Weekly Programming]: https://zoarfitness.com/theprotocol/Movement Breakdowns: https://www.zoarfitness.com/movements/Gymnastics Density University: https://www.zoarfitness.com/product/gymnastics-density-university/Gymnastics Density for the Big Five: https://www.zoarfitness.com/product/gymnastics-density-for-crossfit/Bulletproof Body: Accessory Work for Functional Fitness: https://www.zoarfitness.com/product/bulletproof-body/Cyclical Supremacy: https://www.zoarfitness.com/product/cyclical-supremacy/Your First Muscle-Up: https://www.zoarfitness.com/product/your-first-muscle-up-program/Follow ZOAR Fitness on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zoarfitness/Support the show
Tampa's Encouragement Engineer, Bob Brumm offering daily, positive encouragement to combat the negativity that inundates our daily lives. Today we discuss Intensity. https://bobbrummspeaks.com https://encouragementengineer.com
En el episodio de hoy vamos a hacer un repaso a lo que sabemos sobre la carga de entrenamiento, empezando por su historia y terminando por el conocimiento científico más reciente; y como siempre explicando cómo podemos aplicar la ciencia a la práctica. Algunos artículos de los que hablo en el podcast: Validity of the Training-Load Concept https://journals.humankinetics.com/view/journals/ijspp/17/4/article-p507.xml Cycling Performance and Training Load: Effects of Intensity and Duration https://journals.humankinetics.com/view/journals/ijspp/16/4/article-p535.xml Re-thinking athlete training loads: would you rather have one big rock or lots of little rocks dropped on your foot? https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/15438627.2021.1906672 Diseño de entrenamientos interválicos: https://ciclismoevolutivo.com/courses/diseno-de-entrenamientos-intervalicos/ Espero que te guste. Si lo hace, puedes apoyarme ayudando al podcast y compartiendo este episodio con tus amigos y en redes sociales. ********************************************* Si quieres profundizar más y seguir aprendiendo, tienes formaciones en https://ciclismoevolutivo.com donde tenemos cursos diseñados para que aprendas al 100% de forma práctica, con clases grabadas, soporte para dudas y preguntas y mucho más. El contenido cubre todos los aspectos que necesitas para mejorar tu entrenamiento y eliminar de una vez por todas los dolores de cabeza. Échale un vistazo a las reseñas que nos han dejado, porque ¡4 de cada 5 alumnos han repetido con, al menos, otro curso! ********************* Y si quieres seguir profundizando con contenido gratuito, tenemos una lista de telegram: https://t.me/ciclismoevolutivo donde irás recibiendo artículos, podcast, vídeos y reflexiones interesantes sobre entrenamiento y salud en ciclismo.
Calorie calculators are not one-size-fits-all, just as the human body is not just an equation. In today's episode, Alex, Austin, and Sue dive into common mistakes of calorie calculators, which factors calorie calculators use to determine daily energy expenditure, and things calculators don't take into consideration. Listen in as they also dive into our Physique Development Nutrition Calculator and how to use it in conjunction with the app to maximize its functionality. Be sure to listen through to the end, where they touch on NEW features of the PDTC. As always, it is our goal not only to supply you, the listener, with valuable insights on the topics or questions but also to plant some seeds for further research and thought. Without further ado, let's get into today's episode. Timestamps: (0:00) Intro (0:08) Common mistakes and pitfalls when using calorie calculators (8:52) Defining total daily energy balance (calories in vs calories out) (11:57) Factors calorie calculators use to determine total daily energy expenditure - BMR, TEF, & physical activity (NEAT & EAT) (17:31) Additional factors affecting calorie expenditure that calculators don't take into consideration (24:19) Using the PD Nutrition Calculator (+ tips to maximize its effectiveness) (35:38) Highlighting the new PDTC features (40:29) Wrap-up Additional Resources: PD Podcast Ep.61 - https://pod.fo/e/128210 (specifically question #6 starting at 15:41) Program Design Series Part 1 (Volume) - https://pod.fo/e/10f7a1 Program Design Series Part 2 (Intensity) - https://pod.fo/e/11133f Program Design Series Part 3 (Frequency) - https://pod.fo/e/112cd2 Program Design Series Part 4 (Exercise Selection) - https://pod.fo/e/1145dd Program Design Series Part 5 (Training Progressions) - https://pod.fo/e/1160b2 Program Design Series Part 6 (Fatigue Management) - https://pod.fo/e/1206af Check out the PD Nutrition Calculator - https://physiquedevelopment.com/calculator/ Band tee sale! 10% off for podcast listeners. Use code PDPOD at checkout - https://physiquedevelopment.com/product-category/gear/ Have questions for future episodes or have a topic you'd like us to cover? Submit them here - https://forms.gle/AEu5vMKNLDfmc24M7 Looking to hire the last coach you'll ever need? Apply here - https://physiquedevelopment.typeform.com/to/ewAMxk1w Interested in competition prep? Apply here - https://physiquedevelopment.typeform.com/to/Ii2UNA Join the Physique Development Training Club - https://physiquedevelopment.app For more videos, articles, and information, head to: https://physiquedevelopment.com To follow the team on Instagram: Coach Alex - @alexbush__ Coach Austin - @austincurrent_ Coach Sue - @suegainz Physique Development - @physiquedevelopment_ If you would like to support Physique Development and this podcast, please head over to your favorite podcast app and leave us a rating and review! This goes a long way in supporting this podcast and helps us continue to bring high-quality, honest, content to you in the form of a podcast. Thank you for listening and we will see you all next time! ---- Produced by: David Margittai | In Post Media Website: https://www.inpostmedia.com Email: email@example.com © 2022, Physique Development LLC. All rights reserved.
Heja kretsloppet! Vi tar ut varsin femtiolapp från Vargtimmen-kontot och överraskar varandra med mer eller mindre imponerande loppisfynd. Tomas går ut säsongsenligt och hårt med en film som inte bara bygger på en Stephen King-berättelse utan dessutom handlar om en loppis och Lars drar en lans för den svartsynta sexualmoralen i Stanley Kubricks slutgiltiga mästerverk. Vi pratar också om: Majorna-loppisen, Twin Peaks, Bram Stoker's Dracula-brädspelet, Jonas Larsson Olanders, Eloso Förlag, Eyes Wide Shut, Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Scener ur ett äktenskap, Köplust, Needful Things, Salem's Lot, Castle Rock, Max von Sydow, Ed Harris, MR James, Casting the Runes, Oh Whistle and I'll Come to You My Lad, BBC, A Ghost Story for Christmas, Aleister Crowley, Spökhistorier i mästarklass, Klassikerförlaget, Sven Christer Swahn, Charles Dickens, Edgar Allan Poe, Selma Lagerlöf, Guy de Maupassant, Mattias Fyhr, Spökhistorier, Ray Bradbury, Intensity - fast vi egentligen menar den lite förbisedda skräckthrillern Identity - Emil Eriksson, Monsterboxen, ATM, P2, Buried, Urban Legends, Vägen, The Road, Cormac McCarthy, August Underground, Dark Star, Martyrs, Nocturnal Animals, Jake Gyllenhaal, Orvar Säfström, Bra Böckers Hexikon, Alf Henriksson, Paimon, Pazuzu, Pelle Snusk, Candyman, Heinrich Hoffmann, The Legion, Faust Antikvariat och John Ajvide Lindqvist. Patreon-lyssnare åtnjuter dubbel speltid, precis som vanligt, och dessutom möjligheten att tjinga valfri godsak för gratis hemleverans (först till kvarn). Nostalgi, skryt, löst tyckande, skatteåterbäring och akademisk analys.
To learn more about The Flex Fam Membership, visit https://theflexfam.com/ Join Rachel's weekly newsletter: https://www.metflexlife.com/newsletter In today's episode, Rachel discusses the importance of resistance training and low-intensity exercise for weight loss. Rachel Gregory is a Board-Certified Nutritionist, Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Podcaster, and founder of MetFlex Life. She is also the author of the international best-selling book, "21-Day Ketogenic Diet Weight Loss Challenge." Rachel received her Master's Degree in Nutrition & Exercise Physiology from James Madison University and Bachelor's Degree in Sports Medicine from the University of Miami. Rachel completed the first-ever human clinical trial looking at the effects of the Ketogenic Diet in non-elite CrossFit athletes, which is published in the International Journal of Sports and Exercise Medicine. Currently, in her day-to-day coaching business, Rachel guides her clients to becoming the best, most confident version of themselves. She has a passion for educating those dedicated to optimizing their physical and mental well-being while improving long-term health and fitness goals. Her most popular course, Keto for Women, has helped women all across the world learn how to ditch the restrictive, all-or-nothing mindset associated with keto and instead thrive through the power of metabolic flexibility. You can connect and learn more about Rachel's work by visiting her website www.metflexlife.com Social Links: Youtube: @rachelgregory Instagram: @rachelgregory.cns TikTok: @metflexlife Facebook: @metflexlife Primary Programs: Keto For Women Muscle Science For Women
The novice linear progression as detailed in Starting Strength: Basic Barbell Training 3rd Edition is attractive to novice lifters for a lot of reasons. It's simple, it's easy to track progress, and most importantly it works extremely well -- every novice has the capacity to add a lot of weight to their lifts in just a few months. Alas, all goods things come to an end, and novice LP is no exception. Many lifters struggle to determine what to do when their novice gains run out, so Coach Santana and Trent discuss the basic concepts of periodization and programming tweaks to keep momentum going after LP. Weights & Plates: https://weightsandplates.com Robert Santana on Instagram: @the_robert_santana Trent Jones: @marmalade_cream https://www.jonesbarbellclub.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Ep. 564 - The Cardinals pass rush has been a top storyline following the departure of Chandler Jones during free agency. The team hopes that third-round draft choice Cameron Thomas can help fill the void left by Jones. Thomas joined Paul Calvisi to talk about playing an intense brand of football, his versatility, 2022 expectations and meeting J.J. Watt for the first time. Plus, Ron Wolfley and Calvisi discuss how the offensive line will deal with the absence of center Rodney Hudson, the Kyler to Hollywood connection, a stacked running back room and which position battles will be the most intense during training camp.
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Huberman Lab Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Trauma is an event that rises to the magnitude of overwhelming our coping skills and changing our brainTrauma is an example of our wiring not serving us well – the guilt and shame associated with trauma cause us to avoid the event (opposite of what we need to do)The brain tries to make sense of the trauma by recreating the situation and trying to “make it right” this time to relieve the suffering (a process called repetition compulsion)Memories don't have inherent meaning – it's the emotion attached to them that changes our view of events“When logic and emotion come head to head, emotion wins all the time. It's powerful enough it will always win.” – Dr. Paul ContiBy bringing trauma to the surface by attaching words, we remove its powerThe core tenant of a good therapist is your rapport – an effective therapist will change their modality based on your needs without being dogmaticTake ownership of your therapy and journey! If your needs aren't being met, find someone elseOur healthcare system is focused on short-term soothing (e.g., prescription drugs) at the expense of long-term benefit – physicians are quick to throw medication at a problem instead of exploring the rootRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgMy guest this episode is Dr. Paul Conti, M.D., a psychiatrist and expert in treating trauma, personality disorders and psychiatric illnesses and challenges of various kinds. Dr. Conti earned his MD at Stanford and did his residency at Harvard Medical School. He now runs the Pacific Premiere Group—a clinical practice helping people heal and grow from trauma and other life challenges. We discuss trauma: what it is and its far-reaching effects on the mind and body, as well as the best treatment approaches for trauma. We also explore how to choose a therapist and how to get the most out of therapy, as well as how to do self-directed therapy. We discuss the positive and negative effects of antidepressants, ADHD medications, alcohol, cannabis, and the therapeutic potential of psychedelics (e.g., psilocybin and LSD), ketamine and MDMA. This episode is must listen for anyone seeking or already doing therapy, processing trauma, and/or considering psychoactive medication. Both patients and practitioners ought to benefit from the information. Thank you to our sponsors ROKA: https://www.roka.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman Blinkist: https://www.blinkist.com/huberman Supplements from Momentous https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman. For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com. Timestamps (00:00:00) Dr. Paul Conti, Trauma & Recovery (00:02:30) ROKA, InsideTracker, Blinkist (00:07:00) Defining Trauma (00:14:05) Guilt & Shame, Origins of Negative Emotions (00:21:38) Repeating Trauma, the Repetition Compulsion (00:28:23) How to Deal with Trauma & Negative Emotions/Arousal (00:37:17) Processing Trauma, Do You Always Need a Therapist? (00:45:30) Internal Self-talk, Punishing Narratives & Negative Fantasies (00:51:10) Short-Term Coping Mechanisms vs. Long-Term Change (00:53:22) Tools: Processing Trauma on Your Own, Journaling (00:57:00) Sublimination of Traumatic Experiences (01:02:34) Tool: Finding a Good Therapist (01:07:20) Optimizing the Therapy Process, Frequency, Intensity (01:14:51) Tool: Self-Awareness of Therapy Needs, Mismatch of Needs (00:16:35) Self-talk & Journaling, Talking to Trusted Individuals (01:19:00) Prescription Drugs & Treating Trauma, Antidepressants, Treating Core Issues (01:28:35) Short-term vs. Long-Term Use of Prescription Drugs, Antidepressants (01:32:18) Attention Deficient Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) & Prescription Drugs (01:37:31) Negative Effects of ADHD Prescription Drugs (01:40:37) Alcohol, Cannabis – Positive & Negative Effects (01:44:53) Psychedelics: Psylocibin & LSD, Therapeutic Uses, Trauma Recovery (01:54:32) Sentience, Language, Animals (01:55:48) Psychedelic Hallucinations, Trauma Recovery (02:00:01) MDMA (Therapeutic Uses) (02:04:47) Clinical Aspects of MDMA (02:07:28) Language, Processing Trauma, Social Media, Societal Divisions (02:15:09) Defining “Taking Care of Oneself” (02:21:13) Dr. Conti, Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous Supplements, Instagram, Twitter, Neural Network Newsletter Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer
Tony Massarotti joins Murph and Mac to analyze the intensity in the NBA Finals ahead of game four between the Warriors and Celtics. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tony Massarotti joins Murph and Mac to analyze the intensity in the NBA Finals ahead of game four between the Warriors and Celtics. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein was joined by Adam Hoge of CHGO to discuss the Bears being punished by the NFL for a contact violation in OTAs, Teven Jenkins working with the second-team offensive line, cornerback Kyler Gordon's recent absence from practice and more. Later, Bernstein listened to Bears coach Matt Eberflus explain why he isn't concerned about the punishment the organization received from the NFL and how it all fits into his HITS principle.
After a late guest cancellation, it's a BFFs only episode (plus O'Malley) with Josh in person in NYC. We start the pod talking about the Johnny Depp Amber Heard trial, and are quickly sidetracked by Bri ignoring Josh's texts because she was on shrooms all weekend. We then talk about Liam Payne going on the Impaulsive podcast in which he said he was really One Direction's front man, his beef with Zayn Malik, and a story about an anonymous fight with a band member that was so absurd that Dave had to call Mike Maijlak live on the pod (after some technical difficulties) to ask how it was he was able to seriously interview Liam. Josh also brings up how Bryce Hall has somehow weaseled his way into wanting to box Liam, and that even Liam's ex fiance is team Bryce. We then talk Madi Monroe “exposing” a girl that was apparently trying to get with her man, but thanks to a BFFs Exclusive™ we have the full DMs from the girl in question, and after a lot of confusion and a roleplay scenario with Bri and Josh, it turns out there may be more to the story than what Madi is portraying on social media. We also talk Tana Mongeau canceling her “Canceled” podcast, Apple's new iMessage features, the viral videos of a guy getting humiliated by his girlfriend's hall pass and a Disney employee ruining a couples proposal. We finish the podcast with the BFFs Corner where Nessa is now following Josh, Griffin lets slip that Josh and Nessa are back together, and another BFFs Exclusive™ of videos that show Josh and Nessa from the weekend in some… interesting scenarios. Support our sponsors! Gametime: Download the Gametime app at https://barstool.link/GametimeApp and redeem code BFF for $20 off your first purchase (terms apply). Takis: Find Takis on Amazon Today at https://barstool.link/BFFTakis and "Face the Intensity"
Dr. Refky Nicola interviews Dr. Hebert Alberto Vargas to discuss "Quantitative versus Subjective Analysis of Dynamic Contrast-enhanced MRI for O-RADS?" Quantitative versus Subjective Analysis of Dynamic Contrast-enhanced MRI for O-RADS? Vargas and Woo. Radiology 2022; 303:576–577.
Today's guest is Sharelle Grant. Sharelle is a Registered Nurse, Midwife, Personal Trainer/Online Coach, Women's Health advocate and World Beauty Fitness & Fashion (WBFF) Professional! Her mission is to educate and empower women to be in control of their own body, mind & soul, and to evolve into the healthiest, strongest, and most resilient versions of themselves.In today's episode we chat about:Her journey from nursing and midwifery to becoming a WBFF pro and online coachTraining to be strong, not skinnyAdvice for girls getting started lifting weightsWhat she would tell her old self Training with intensityFitness mythsTeam tripod - and the importance of filming your sets in the gymThank you again for tuning into the podcast and I hope you enjoyed this guest ep! I would greatly appreciate it if you would please subscribe to the channel, give the podcast a rating, leave a review or even tell your friends about the podcast! Stay tuned for more podcast episodes every week!LINKS:Sharelle's insta: @sharellegrantWork with me 1-1: www.empowerher.fitnessRegister for the mini cut program: click hereNUZEST Greens powder: https://nuzest.com.au?p=By30vd75v (20% off discount: EMPOWER20)Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/activelyaoife/Podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/empowerher.fitnessJoin my FREE FaceBook Group here
Mac and Bone discuss the impact that Draymond Green is having for the Warriors and if people should really be angry, reveal their conclusions from the weekend and talk about whether or not Kenny Atkinson would be a good hire for the Hornets. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
My guest this episode is Dr. Paul Conti, M.D., a psychiatrist and expert in treating trauma, personality disorders and psychiatric illnesses and challenges of various kinds. Dr. Conti earned his MD at Stanford and did his residency at Harvard Medical School. He now runs the Pacific Premiere Group—a clinical practice helping people heal and grow from trauma and other life challenges. We discuss trauma: what it is and its far-reaching effects on the mind and body, as well as the best treatment approaches for trauma. We also explore how to choose a therapist and how to get the most out of therapy, as well as how to do self-directed therapy. We discuss the positive and negative effects of antidepressants, ADHD medications, alcohol, cannabis, and the therapeutic potential of psychedelics (e.g., psilocybin and LSD), ketamine and MDMA. This episode is must listen for anyone seeking or already doing therapy, processing trauma, and/or considering psychoactive medication. Both patients and practitioners ought to benefit from the information. Thank you to our sponsors ROKA: https://www.roka.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman Blinkist: https://www.blinkist.com/huberman Supplements from Momentous https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman. For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com. Timestamps (00:00:00) Dr. Paul Conti, Trauma & Recovery (00:02:30) ROKA, InsideTracker, Blinkist (00:07:00) Defining Trauma (00:14:05) Guilt & Shame, Origins of Negative Emotions (00:21:38) Repeating Trauma, the Repetition Compulsion (00:28:23) How to Deal with Trauma & Negative Emotions/Arousal (00:37:17) Processing Trauma, Do You Always Need a Therapist? (00:45:30) Internal Self-talk, Punishing Narratives & Negative Fantasies (00:51:10) Short-Term Coping Mechanisms vs. Long-Term Change (00:53:22) Tools: Processing Trauma on Your Own, Journaling (00:57:00) Sublimination of Traumatic Experiences (01:02:34) Tool: Finding a Good Therapist (01:07:20) Optimizing the Therapy Process, Frequency, Intensity (01:14:51) Tool: Self-Awareness of Therapy Needs, Mismatch of Needs (00:16:35) Self-talk & Journaling, Talking to Trusted Individuals (01:19:00) Prescription Drugs & Treating Trauma, Antidepressants, Treating Core Issues (01:28:35) Short-term vs. Long-Term Use of Prescription Drugs, Antidepressants (01:32:18) Attention Deficient Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) & Prescription Drugs (01:37:31) Negative Effects of ADHD Prescription Drugs (01:40:37) Alcohol, Cannabis – Positive & Negative Effects (01:44:53) Psychedelics: Psylocibin & LSD, Therapeutic Uses, Trauma Recovery (01:54:32) Sentience, Language, Animals (01:55:48) Psychedelic Hallucinations, Trauma Recovery (02:00:01) MDMA (Therapeutic Uses) (02:04:47) Clinical Aspects of MDMA (02:07:28) Language, Processing Trauma, Social Media, Societal Divisions (02:15:09) Defining “Taking Care of Oneself” (02:21:13) Dr. Conti, Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous Supplements, Instagram, Twitter, Neural Network Newsletter Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer
Analysts Don Kellogg and Roger Entner discuss the latest news in telecom, media, and technology. 0:27: The promotions the wireless carriers have right now - the industry is working through a price-increase right now. 2:22: Don gives the details of T-Mobile's recently-launched plan. 4:05: AT&T is changing their HBO MAX offer and if that's a good idea or not. 8:18: Was the rush into content just a way to justify 5G? 11:06: It makes sense to bundle a Fixed Wireless Plan to partner with a content provider but will the consumer be able to get away from the cable companies if they like sports. Tags: telecom, telecommunications, business, wireless, cellular phone, cellular service, Recon Analytics, Don Kellogg, Roger Entner, T-Mobile, Verizon, inflation, AT&T, 5G,
Louis Passfield, PhD, is an adjunct professor at the University of Calgary and also holds a professorship at the University of Kent. In addition to his academic work, Louis has been involved with British Cycling for several Olympic cycles, and worked with athletes and practitioners in high-performance sports. Much of his recent academic work has been centred around the quantification of training load, which is the topic of today's interview. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Training Load overview: what is it, why do we want to measure it, and a brief history of training load metrics -The limitations and validity concerns of currently available training load metrics -Redefining the gold standard for quantifying training load -Suggestions for future work on coming up with valid and useful training load metrics -Advice for athletes, coaches and practitioners on use of training load metrics today SHOWNOTES: https://scientifictriathlon.com/tts341/ SCIENTIFIC TRIATHLON AND THAT TRIATHLON SHOW WEBPAGE: www.scientifictriathlon.com/podcast/ SPONSORS: Precision Fuel & Hydration - Optimise and individualise your fueling and hydration strategy using the free online Sweat Test and Quick Carb Calculator on precisionfuelandhydration.com. Book a free one-on-one consultation to chat with the team and refine your fueling and hydration even further. Listeners of That Triathlon Show get 15% off their first order of fueling and hydration products. If you didn't catch the discount code in the episode, email Andy and the team at email@example.com and they will be happy to help. ROKA - Exceptional quality triathlon wetsuits, trisuits, swimskins, goggles, performance sunglasses as well as prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses. Online vision test for prescription updates and home try-on options available for eyeglasses. Ships from the US, UK and EU. Trusted by world-leading athletes such as Lucy Charles-Barclay, Javier Gómez Noya, Flora Duffy, Morgan Pearson, Summer Rappaport and others in triathlon, cycling, speed skating, and many more. Visit roka.com/tts for 20% off your order. LINKS AND RESOURCES: Louis profile on Twitter and Research Gate and his email (right click and select "Copy email address") Validity of the Training-Load Concept - Passfield et al. 2022 Prior exercise impairs subsequent performance in an intensity- and duration-dependent manner - Fullerton et al. 2021 Cycling Performance and Training Load: Effects of Intensity and Duration - Kesisoglou et al. 2020 Continuous Versus Intermittent Running: Acute Performance Decrement and Training Load - Kesisoglou et al. 2021 Metabolic and performance‐related consequences of exercising at and slightly above MLSS - Iannetta et al. 2018 Lactate threshold with Mark Burnley, PhD | EP#330 VLaMax, Polarised training, Fatigue and Complexity with Mark Burnley, PhD | EP#331 Critical Power and VO2 kinetics with Mark Burnley, PhD | EP#257 Nitrate loading, marathons, and endurance sports science with prof. Andy Jones | EP#187 RATE AND REVIEW: If you enjoy the show, please help me out by subscribing, rating and reviewing: www.scientifictriathlon.com/rate/ CONTACT: Want to send feedback, questions or just chat? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or connect on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.
Wondering if you're training too hard? Or, not hard enough? In today's podcast we discuss intensity techniques, techniques you can use to increase the difficulty of your training, some examples of these types of techniques, and how often should you be performing them
Dr. Marie Murphy is a Relationship Coach, specializing in helping people who are having affairs make decisions on how to move forward — without judgment. She has a Ph.D. in Sociology with an emphasis in Sexuality from the University of California, San Diego, and has been teaching sex education since her high school years. Dr. Murphy is also a yoga instructor and has previously taught meditation. In this episode… Engaging in a new infidelity situation can carry intense and conflicting emotions. How can you handle the magnitude and mixture of your feelings? Is it possible to find clarity during these heightened moments? According to Dr. Marie Murphy, the intensity of the emotions accompanying a new relationship is compounded with an infidelity situation — especially if the relationship is forbidden or you have conflicting feelings. Dr. Murphy recommends that you take time to digest these feelings to get clear on what you want from your new affair. Only then can you deal with your emotions clearly and make the right decision for you. In this episode of Your Secret is Safe With Me, Dr. Marie Murphy talks about the intensity of the emotions that accompany a new infidelity situation. Dr. Murphy explains why you may have conflicting thoughts during the start of an affair, how to find clarity with your uncomfortable feelings, and her tips for achieving the outcome you desire in your infidelity situation.
We start the show joined by highly requested guest Cooper Noriega, who as Nessa Barrett's best friend has all the answers we've been trying to get from Josh for months. We talk about Cooper's introduction to Sway, his relationship with Nessa, Jaden, and Josh, and how it all broke down after Nessa and Jaden got together. We then get into headlines including Jaden being asked about Josh and Nessa hanging out, Josh's best friend and Nessa following each other, Josh doing and IG Live with Mia and Jackson Mahomes trying to slide in, Olivia Rodrigo and Vinnie Hacker being spotted together, Sienna Mae making her (second) comeback to social media, Bryce Hall talking Tayler Holder's C&D, MomTok in Utah imploding, and Jeffree Star turning his pets into food. We then get into BFFs corner where we figure out what girl really picked Josh's IG picture, whether or not Paris Hilton is ever coming on BFFs, Nailea Devora responding to Dixie D'Amelio's comments about her and Noah Beck, and Dave calling Bri a liar. We finish headlines with a new game called "Fact or Fiction", where we have Cooper ready to tell us the real truth about the questions we have really been trying to get the answers to. We end the pod with an interview with Tik Tok makeup guru Mikayla Nogueira talking about her rise to fame, collaborating with mega stars like Rihanna, Alicia Keys, Selena Gomez and more, and we end with a Celebrity Makeup Brand Master Class game in which we determine what celebrities really have good makeup brands. Support our sponsors! Hooters: Head to https://barstool.link/HootersBSS to find your local Hooters on June 23rd to watch the competition live streamed on the big screens Takis: Try Takis and Face the Intensity
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(0:00) Zolak and Bertrand open up the second hour discussing the Patriots OTAs and Bill Belichick's coaching outlook. (10:42) The crew returns to the Celtics and discuss if the Celtics have what it takes to defeat the Warriors in the Finals. (23:45) The guys talk about where the Bruins look to go with Brad Marchand undergoing hip surgery putting him out for 6 months. (34:16) We conclude the second hour discussing the possibility of David Krejci returning to the Bruins.
Yay for the toddler or kid who graduates from the stroller to the bike!...but that means your daily stroller sweat sesh just dropped down into a snail-paced stroll. You know what I'm talking about, mama! Use this episode to turn those SLOW walks back into real exercise that helps you lose weight. Get out there, be brave, and get your sweat on! Coaching & Links
Episode 95: Exercise Medicine. Exercise can be used as medicine if given at the right dose and frequency. Sapna and Danish explain some principles of exercise medicine. [Add brief summary for posting on website]Introduction: Is the monkeypox a hoax? By Hector Arreaza, MD. Today is May 27, 2022. Before we dig into exercise, I want to share some information about a trending topic.I remember my lectures on public health in medical school in the late 90s when my teachers taught me about the tremendous accomplishment of humanity in eradicating smallpox. The last natural outbreak of smallpox in the United States occurred in 1949, and the last case of smallpox was recorded in Somalia (Africa) in 1977. Until it was wiped out, smallpox had plagued humanity for at least 3000 years, killing 300 million people in the 20th century alone, but the World Health Organization declared smallpox eradicated in 1980. No cases of natural smallpox have happened ever since, and if you discovered a case of smallpox, I was told by my teachers, you would be awarded one million dollars by the WHO. I did my research online and I could not confirm that information, but I learned that the variola virus (smallpox virus) is kept only in two locations in the planet: the CDC in Atlanta, Georgia, United States and the VECTOR Institute in Koltsovo, Russia. Why am I talking about smallpox? Because the monkeypox is a new trending topic in the media. Now as the COVID-19 panorama starts to look somehow comforting, monkeypox is starting to gain more attention in the media. Even the name “monkeypox” sounds terrifying. The CDC issued a health alert on May 20, 2022, about the most recent confirmed case of monkeypox in the United States, but this is not the first case of monkeypox in the US. In 2021 there were two travel-associated cases, and in 2003 there was an outbreak of 47 cases associated with imported small mammals. Cases of monkeypox have been identified in several non-endemic countries since early May 2022; many of the cases have involved men who have sex with men (MSM) without a history of travel to an endemic country. Cases of monkeypox outside of Western and Central Africa are extremely rare, and we hope they continue to be rare. Is monkeypox a hoax? Is it real? Only time will tell. For now, let's be optimistic and hope for a world free of dangerous pandemics. Whether monkeypox will continue to spread or not is still unknown. This is Rio Bravo qWeek Podcast, your weekly dose of knowledge brought to you by the Rio Bravo Family Medicine Residency Program from Bakersfield, California. Our program is affiliated with UCLA, and it's sponsored by Clinica Sierra Vista, Let Us Be Your Healthcare Home.[Brief music]This podcast was created for educational purposes only. Visit your primary care physician for additional medical advice.[Music continues and fades…] ___________________________Exercise Medicine. By Danish Khalid, MS4, and Sapna Patel, MS4, Ross University School of MedicineToday is May 12, 2022. D: Welcome back to our Nutrition Series! Thank you for joining us again! Nutrition is such a big part of medicine, it's the answer to many chronic diseases and yet it's the most neglected subject in medicine. Our goal here is to educate not only ourselves but our patients and bring awareness of this discrepancy we've created in medicine. S: If you're new to this series, I suggest you pause this and listen to the first few episodes as we build upon them each time. In our previous episode, we discussed how the term “diet” brings upon a negative connotation as well as explored various popular meal plans. A: Exercise prescription. FITTE (Obesity Medicine Association): Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type, Enjoyment. D: As healthcare professionals, time and time again we advise our patients “diet and exercise,” because that's what we were taught and research has backed for many years. It's so easily said, yet the words carry such weight. But what does that really mean? Well, that's what we're here to explore. At least the latter part, exercise. S: extra fries? D:Or shall I say, “physical activity?” Again, just like the word “diet,” “exercise” has similar negative connotations. Thus, let's avoid saying “exercise” and resort to words such as “physical activity or workout.” Disclaimer: What we discuss here today is focused directly towards those who are beginners. For those of you who are more experienced, this may benefit as a reminder of the foundations. A: Screen your patients. 95% of patients will benefit from exercise, and most do not need a special test. Only 5% of your patients may require additional testing. S: So what is the best workout for me, you, or our listeners? Well, as simple as that sounds, it's not that simple. Especially nowadays, where information is at the tips of our fingers, it is so easy to get confused on how to start. But let's start by establishing your fitness goals. Do you want to lose fat, gain muscle, or gain muscle while losing fat? S: Once you've figured that out, then it's all about small steps and achievable goals. Oftentimes, individuals start their journey to healthy living with unrealistic goals, hoping to achieve them within a few weeks or months when in actuality it takes longer. This often leads to falling off or reverting back to their unhealthy habits. But small tricks such as reducing the amount of sedentary behavior can do wonders. With technology ruling over our lives, we've adapted to this sedentary lifestyle, became comfortable and left physical activity behind. In fact, the National Center of Health Statistics found that only 26% of men, 19% of women, and 20% of adolescents meet sufficient activity levels. D: So the first step: Move more, sit less. And for those with a busy lifestyle, some physical activity is better than none. According to the Physical Activity Guidelines published by the US Department of Health and Human Services, for substantial health benefits, adults should do: At least 150 minutes (2 hours and 30 minutes) to 300 minutes (5 hours) a week of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity.Or 75 minutes (1 hour and 15 minutes) to 150 minutes (2 hours and 30 minutes) a week of vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity. And muscle-strength training of moderate or greater intensity that involved all major muscle groups on 2 or more days a week. S: How many of you understood that? What does this all mean? Let's break it down. The amount of time for exercise is self-explanatory, but what does moderate or vigorous intensity aerobic physical activity mean? Putting it in simple terms, aerobic physical activity means “cardio”. The level of intensity varies based on the activity you perform. Moderate-intensity activities include a brisk walk or walking on the treadmill at 2.5 to 4mph, playing double tennis, or raking the yard. Whereas, vigorous or high-intensity activities include jogging, running, carrying heavy groceries or objects upstairs, shoveling snow, or participating in a strenuous fitness class. You may have heard of the terms of: low-intensity steady state (LISS) cardio and high-intensity interval training (HIIT) cardio. A: In general, if you're doing moderate-intensity activity, you can talk but not sing during the activity. Vigorous-intensity activity, you will not be able to say more than a few words without pausing for a breath. D: So what's the best cardio routine? LISS or HIIT? Well, there's a lot of potential options. In terms of the best form of cardio for fat burning, there's one thing you need to prioritize, that is preventing muscle loss. This enables your physique to dramatically improve as you lose weight. S: Ok, give us the evidence. D: One study claimed that HIIT cardio workouts should be included due to its potential muscle sparing properties. HITT training can be done in a fraction of a time as LISS and is a great cardio workout to burn fat. Furthermore, the study recommended performing lower body cardio workouts, rating bicycling as the most effective method of HIIT. However, HIIT is very demanding on the body as it may cause potential muscle recovery issues, which is why you should also combine it with a few LISS sessions per week as well. And one of the best methods of LISS include doing the stairmaster at 2.5 speed to 4. Furthermore, those looking for a fat burning effect should aim for an effective heart rate level during cardio. To keep it simple, those performing HIIT should aim to keep the heart rate 140-160 beats per minute and for LISS should aim for 110-130 beats per minute, keeping your heart rate elevated will optimize fat-burning effects from cardio. S: When should you perform cardio? What's the best time? Well, studies have shown that the best time to perform cardio sessions should be when you're not strength training or right after. It was found that participants who performed cardio before strength training experienced greater muscle loss than those who performed it after, or when not strength training. And while we're on this topic, let's address a myth regarding cardio: Sweating more does not equal more calories burnt. Each individual has a temperature setpoint for sweating. Once you meet that body temperature limit, you start to sweat as your body's way of cooling down. For example, those from the midwest or east coast deal with a colder climate. Their setpoint is lower than those on the west coast or where the climate is hotter year-round. Thus, these people sweat more than others and easier. D: How about those whose goals are to gain muscle? Is it the same or different? Don't worry we haven't forgotten about you guys. Although, going on a jog, or run, or riding a bike, is an effective way to help you burn some additional calories, and help you get into that hypocaloric state. It doesn't allow you to build lean muscle tissue to achieve the desired physique many of us want. The only way to obtain that is by incorporating strength training into your regular exercise regimen. This is why the guideline, as mentioned earlier, recommends strength training in addition to cardio, notice the “AND”. Yes, I'm talking about hitting the weight on a regular basis. S: Show me some more evidence. D: Multiple studies have compared diet alone versus diet + weight training and diet + weight lifting + cardio after. And every single time, those with weight training wins out, especially if it's the muscular physique you are looking to build. Now, don't overlook this subtle difference that all exercises are created equal, because it's not. Well, what training split should I follow then? Does it matter? The total body split, or push pull legs, or the “bro split”? You see, oftentimes people get confused as to which to choose, and that confusion can lead to no choice at all. Do whichever you like, but just make sure you're doing this, and here's the key: progressive overload. Adding more weight to allow more strength to build from workout to workout, or phase to phase. Or increasing metabolic overload or demand by keeping the rest time shorter and getting more work accomplished from workout to workout. Whatever strategy you choose, as long as you are striving to push yourself to a higher level of fitness and strength. That's going to do the job. A: Use PT to assist you to design a good physical activity plan, depending on disability or limitations of movements. S: Yup I agree, personally I choose to increase each set by at least 10-15lbs, and rest for 30 secs to 1 mins since my goal is to increase my strength and endurance. You know what I've noticed, Danish? A lot of women refused to lift weights. They want to get fit and toned, but they don't want to look “bulky”. So, they skip the weights, and perform hours of cardio, or worse - they avoid exercising all together. A common misconception about heavy weight training, especially among women, is that lifting heavy weight will lead to a bulky looking physique. It's true that lifting heavy will promote hypertrophy in muscles leading to a size increase. However, the idea that it leads to a “bulky” look is untrue. The true culprit that leads to bulky physiques is fat accumulation. Excessive body fat is what causes both men and women to look bulky. The most important aspect of someone's physique is his or her body fat percentage. A good physique nearly always requires a fairly low body fat percentage to achieve. Lifting heavy can help accomplish this. D: What about the hormones? S: Testosterone, or the lack thereof, is one of the main reasons that women won't get bulky from lifting weights. Testosterone is a natural anabolic steroid, which directly stimulates muscle growth. And, on average, women only have one seventh the amount of testosterone as men. So, as usual, that means women have to work harder. But it also means you don't really need to worry about bulking up. Heavy weight training has a plethora of benefits that can help develop muscle, shed fat, increase metabolism and ultimately lead to anyone's desired physique. D:Another question that gets asked a lot: which workouts will help me lose my belly fat? Should I do a lot more abdominal workouts? Although there's so much more to this question. The simple answer: None. You cannot specifically target belly fat. Your body has its own way of allocating fat distribution, different areas in men and women. Similarly, when you lose fat, you'll oftentimes notice different areas losing more fat first. Don't get discouraged and be patient. As the results will come. One advise, take weekly pictures for comparison. It is said and accepted by many that it takes 4 weeks for you to see your body change, 8 weeks for friends and family to notice, and 12 weeks for the rest of the world. So keep grinding. And last but not least, it's important that we reiterate: physical activity only supports and aids your eating lifestyle. It will not combat a poor eating lifestyle. Proper eating habits are 80% (relative number). So keep your eating habits in check. S:Well, that's all we've got for today. If you liked this and found this helpful, feel free to reach out and let us know. It's always a pleasure to hear from our listeners and motivates us to do more. And before we end this episode, we'd like to know: What do you want to hear about next? What questions do you have? Or something you don't completely understand? Let us know and we'd be happy to learn with you. Till next time. Take care! A: Email email@example.com ____________________________ [Music to end: Your Choice]Now we conclude our episode number 95 “Exercise Medicine.” Sapna and Danish reminded us that the US Department of Health & Human Services recommends 150-300 minutes a week of MODERATE-intensity aerobic exercise AND muscle-strength training 2 or more days a week. Most of your patients will benefit from exercise, only a minority may have contraindications to exercise, in such cases, make sure you perform a proper evaluation, even a cardiology referral, before sending them to the gym.This week we thank Hector Arreaza, Danish Khalid, and Sapna Patel. Audio edition: Suraj Amrutia. Thanks for listening to Rio Bravo qWeek Podcast. 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The Rangers scuffle in a tough 3-1 road loss to the Carolina Hurricanes in Game 5 and once again will be playing for their season when they head back to Madison Square Garden for Game 6! Several Ranger star players, including Artemi Panarin, Chris Kreider, Mika Zibanejad, Ryan Strome, Adam Fox and Jacob Trouba struggle for most of the night. The Rangers lose the special teams battle and allow the Canes to finally break their lengthy powerplay drought. Breaking down Strome's disallowed goal. What the Rangers MUST do to win Game 6!! Calling for a Kid Line reunion! Episode 605. Intro song is “Leave the Lights On” by Passafire. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ukrainian foreign minister makes a fresh plea for heavy weapons to fight against Russia. Also: husband of a teacher killed in Texas mass shooting dies "of grief", and high temperatures could affect the mango harvests in India and Pakistan.
In todays episode I get together with my buddy Ollie and we discuss a wide range of training & diet topics relating to Bodybuilding. 00:00 Introduction 01:33 Specificity in training 03:32 Training splits 09:25 Volume discussion 12:37 Progression 17:19 Chronic routine changing 22:15 Intensity vs volume 23:34 Training to failure & RiR discussion 27:50 Training frequency 32:37 Weak point training 39:50 Protein intakes 46:55 Meal timing and frequency 49:55 Short term pleasure vs long term reward 55:23 Prepping food 01:00:23 The reality of day to day meals ———————————— Patreon: www.patreon.com/fazlifts ---------------------- Work with me: docs.google.com/forms/d/15_F8NS9v…it_requested=true www.fazlifts.com/products/hypertr…onth-committment ———————————— Follow Me On ———————————— FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/Fazlifts INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/fazlifts/ IGTV: www.instagram.com/fazlifts/channel/ TWITTER: twitter.com/fazlifts ———————————— Subscribe To The Fazlifts Podcast ———————————— YOUTUBE: www.youtube.com/channel/UCPccsVArKiFcOKF16c-EF6w ITUNES: podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/body…st/id1457465808 SOUNDCLOUD: @fazlifts SPOTIFY: open.spotify.com/show/32tKW50TsbEaSgJI9L20lz STITCHER: www.stitcher.com/show/bodybuildin…physique-podcast ———————————— WEBSITE: www.fazlifts.com
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Join us for this replay from the archives and learn more about exercise for athletes vs the average person... Is strength training enough for longevity and quality of life? That's the question Brian and Dr. James Fisher explore in the final episode of the What About Cardio? series. Learn about the difference between how athletes and the average person train and why achieving high levels of sports performance and everyday fitness are not accomplished the same way. Can strength training and whole food nutrition be enough to transform someone's fitness results? Where does cardio fit into fitness and sports performance? Fitness is about our body's ability to perform a physical task, whether that's moving a weight or speed or flexibility. Cardiovascular fitness is our body's ability to move oxygen around the body efficiently, and one of the major benefits of cardio is an increased rate of recovery from exercise. Intensity is key. If you want to perform at a higher level in a sport, long duration and low intensity will not achieve the results you desire. Even with a long duration, low intensity sport, a greater intensity is required to increase performance. There was a study that was published in the late 90's that showed that the best way to become better at a sport is to practice the sport. A lot of the exercise and training that athletes do to become better at their sport is actually superficial. Specificity of movement is vital. Fisher trains athletes for the positions they are going to play, and the best way to get better at a certain sport is to do exactly that. Resistance training can be a great supplement as a way to prevent injury, but it won't do much to directly improve someone's sport performance. The average person shouldn't be looking to sports training to help prevent the aging process. There are a couple of things to remember: when you are looking at a high level athlete on television, they are genetically gifted. They probably achieved what they have relatively early on in life and with less training than the average person. The second thing to remember is that they are paid to do that and have a short career. The best athletes have a short shelf life. The average career in the NFL is less than 7 years. Are you willing to do all the training and exercise that they put themselves through to perform at that level? Brief, intense strength training can improve cardiovascular fitness. A study by a group of Spanish authors showed a 10% increase in cardiorespiratory fitness over 12 weeks with a program of strength training. If you're already a Tour de France cyclist, adding resistance training isn't going to do much to improve your performance. It all depends on who you are. Resistance training can definitely improve our health, improve our cardiovascular fitness, and improve our longevity and quality of life. Link: exercisecoach.com This podcast and blog are provided to you for entertainment and informational purposes only. By accessing either, you agree that neither constitute medical advice nor should they be substituted for professional medical advice or care. Use of this podcast or blog to treat any medical condition is strictly prohibited. Consult your physician for any medical condition you may be having. In no event will any podcast or blog hosts, guests, or contributors, Exercise Coach USA, LLC, Gymbot LLC, any subsidiaries or affiliates of same, or any of their respective directors, officers, employees, or agents, be responsible for any injury, loss, or damage to you or others due to any podcast or blog content.