As an owner of a million-dollar coaching business catering to numerous customers, Kendra Perry is often asked about how she sets her weekly schedule. In this episode, she finally provides an in-depth insight into what she does from Monday to Sunday. Kendra emphasizes why she always plans ahead to avoid wasting her time and the importance of having a timeout after working nonstop. She also talks about her morning routine, her strength training with a personal trainer, and the project management tool she uses to organize her priorities.Give this podcast a 5-star review on iTunes: https://ratethispodcast.com/wealthyWant to work with me inside HCA? Get started with my free training: https://go.kendraperry.net/training Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review & share! https://kendraperry.net/Join us in the best business building program for health coaches & practitioners. Apply by messaging the word 'biz audit' to me on Facebook or Instagram
New meta-analysis was just published revealing what most people (men and women) are doing wrong with their strength workouts. I has nothing ot do with age, training experience, or even the exercises... It comes down to effort. And believe it or not, you might not being trying hard enough. Listen to find out! Plus, May is Mental Health Awareness Month so I wanted to share a bit of my own journey and struggles. And what you can do if you have someone in your life that battles anxiety, depression or other mental concern. 1. Try FWW Live FREE?
What don't they teach women about strength training? Plenty. For starters, how she's unique from males, how she uniquely burns fat during exercise, and how her pre-menopause exercise and post-menopause exercise results will change. Most of all, how to be the absolute happiest and most successful with exercise at any point in her life. So, let's unravel some things, okay? Facts on Women's Exercise Science (Including Strength Training) Only 39% of all exercise and sports medicine research features you. Of the average of 7 hormonal phases a woman goes through from puberty to post-menopause, each demands a unique exercise prescription. She's not getting it. Unless you've known to ask, even if you're working with a trainer one-on-one, is that program made based on research featuring women just like me, chances are you're just gambling. Yes, you've got arms, legs, and a torso similar to men, however, your structure is unique with a wider pelvis, larger Q-angle from hip to knee, and your endocrine system (hormones) are very different than a male. The effect of exercises during phases of your period and during phases of your life will be very different than the effects of the same exercise programs on a male. Women and Fat Burning from Strength Training Fat burning – lipolysis – only happens when insulin falls to a low level. Fasting is one way to get there. Strength training for postmenopausal women is another. Only strength training supports lipolysis optimally and keeps the body there for longer periods of time. Fat oxidation occurs during cardo but it's important to understand that this isn't a good measure of longer-term fat burning. Burning a higher percent of fat at a lower level of exercise often means you're burning it very slowly. You won't burn much fat for fuel and higher intensity rates. However, a small fraction of a big number is potentially bigger. I pointed this term out in You Still Got It, Girl! There are those that swear a “zone 2” training is working for them. No arguments. It likely isn't because of additional fat burning, however. It's due to a reduction of cortisol from the particular type of exercise. Strength Training Facts: How to Increase Your Longevity by 40% Do all the cardio you want. It will take you so far, like maybe to 65 to quote Dr. Stuart Phillips, a speaker at the recent Flipping 50 event, the What, When & Why to Exercise for Women 40+. Cardiovascular exercise might get you to 65, but strength training is what's going to take you beyond 65. Three times weekly vigorous cardio exercise got a nice 27% lower mortality risk than those that don't exercise at all. Respectable. But those who did one or two strength training sessions a week had a 40% lower mortality rate than those who didn't exercise at all. Let's be clear, though, HOW you strength train matters. You will live longer and healthier if the strength training you do results in greater strength and greater lean muscle mass. That in turn is what reduces blood sugar, and inflammation, improves cognition, decreases anxiety, and improves bone density and function. Women's Strength Training and Hypertension For menopausal and postmenopausal women with hypertension risks, the most effective exercise program for lowering blood pressure seems to be a combination of aerobic and strength training. In a review study of randomized controlled trials, combined training generated larger clinically significant reductions in systolic and diastolic blood pressure, as well as mean arterial pressure, for women with prehypertension or hypertension when compared with aerobic training or no exercise training. Interestingly, when assessing the best exercises for menopause, researchers found that aerobic training alone did not result in clinically relevant improvements in overall blood pressure for women with existing hypertension risks. What Else Don't They Teach You About Strength Training? What they also don't teach women about strength training is how to pull it all together. When women think about all the needs for cardio, flexibility, strength, power, agility, bone density… they aren't sure which exercises and how, and how to juggle this with a busy life, working or not. I've got answers and we'd love you to join us. Check out flippingfifty.com we've got an upcoming masterclass addressing how to pull it all together, without ditching your family or work! References: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24766579/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8471631/ https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/56/21/1218 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34108092/ Other Episodes You Might Like: How Does Strength Traning Increase Your Metabolism: https://www.flippingfifty.com/increase-your-metabolism/ Importance of Strength Training for the Midlife Woman | #516:https://www.flippingfifty.com/strength-training-for-the-midlife-woman/ Resources: Women's Exercise 40+ Event: https://www.flippingfifty.com/womensexercise Annmarie Skin Care: https://www.flippingfifty.com/SummerSkin
Do you have or know an important other with Fibromyalgia? We're diving into the considerations that need to be accounted for around expectations for Fibromyalgia patients, what Fibromyalgia is, and how it presents within the body. Then, we discuss what success may look like for Fibromyalgia patients and 3 goals of Fibromyalgia treatment: Exercise (Low Impact Aquatic Training, Aerobic Training and Strength Training), Psychology (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Self-Efficacy, and Adherence), and Education. Let's dive in! Let's go barefoot outside this summer! Get your feet back to its flexible function, exactly how it was from the time you were born. Time and time again, paediatric physical therapists recommend wide-toe box and zero-heel drop shoes for kids and this space and access to integrity in your feet should be experienced as adults too! We cannot talk about back and knee issues without talking about restrictions in feet and ankles. Improve your foot and ankle health and therefore everything up the chain by wearing VivoBareoot shoes to improve the mobility and strength in your toes, feet, and ankles. There's one for every occasion, including weddings, hiking, a grocery walk and casual wear, or shoes for your active lifestyle. Use code 'TOB' to get 15% off your VivoBarefoot Shoes! What You Will Learn In This PT Pearl: 04:07 – Considerations around expectations for Fibromyalgia 04:41 – What is Fibromyalgia? 05:31 –Symptoms and Diagnostic Criteria of Fibromyalgia 09:11 –3 categories of successful outcomes with Fibromyalgia + defining success 18:44 – Final thoughts on Fibromyalgia To Watch the PT Pearl on YouTube, click here: https://youtube.com/watch/ Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Optimal Body Podcast. If you haven't done so already, please take a minute to subscribe and leave a quick rating and review of the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tobpodcast/message
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Grace & Grit Podcast: Helping Women Everywhere Live Happier, Healthier and More Fit Lives
There is a lot of noise “out there” trying to convince you that you need complex measures to improve your health and well-being, but what I have found to be true time and time again throughout my coaching career is that consistency with basic measures can revolutionize a person's life. So why don't we embrace simplicity along the path to change? Well, because we struggle with the consistency part and then convince ourselves that simple measures don't work. Gah! In this episode of the Grace & Grit Podcast, I advocate for the “less is more” route to behavior change and share a 4 step process for making that consistency part a sure thing:) You can listen here: https://graceandgrit.com/podcast-327 MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE The Consistency Code Crash Course: https://graceandgrit.com/crashcourse **** Are you loving the Grace & Grit Podcast? Leave a Review: https://graceandgrit.com/podcastreview Ready to Rumble? Join me in the Rumble & Rise Arena at https://graceandgrit.com/readytorumble Looking for more Grace & Grit? Visit https://graceandgrit.com/
Fit Quickie: Are burpees a useless exercise? What are the good for? Do "bathroom" issues ever happen when running? And other embarrassing fitness stories What are my go-to dinners for fast meals Find this episode helpful? Awesome! Let me know about, and tell me your embarrassing stories! 1. Try FWW Live FREE?
The Training For Trekking Podcast
In this episode, I share 20 amazing benefits of strength training for hikers. == Want to get fit, strong and resilient for your hiking adventures? Check out the Online Summit Program: https://www.summitstrength.com.au/online.html
Did you know Debbie started FIT FAT FAST podcast in 2011 with co-host John Smith then Brock Armstrong? She then changed the name (as we lost the hosting site and had to start over) to SHUT THE FRONT DOOR... then realized that wasn't such a good name then called the show THE WHOLE ATHLETIC to go with her THE WHOLESTIC METHOD coaching program but then got a letter from a company with a similar name ... so we changed the name to THE LOW CARB ATHLETE podcast! The Fit Fat Fast podcast is hosted by Debbie Potts, and it covers a range of topics related to health, fitness, and nutrition. Here are the titles and brief descriptions of the first 10 episodes: "Welcome to the Fit Fat Fast Podcast" - Debbie introduces the podcast and shares her own personal health journey. "The Benefits of Low Carb and Keto Diets" - Debbie discusses the benefits of low-carb and keto diets and shares tips for getting started. "The Importance of Sleep for Health and Fitness" - Debbie talks about the critical role that sleep plays in overall health and fitness. "The Power of Intermittent Fasting" - Debbie explains the benefits of intermittent fasting and shares different fasting protocols. "The Connection Between Gut Health and Overall Health" - Debbie discusses the gut microbiome and its impact on overall health. "The Benefits of Strength Training for Women" - Debbie talks about the benefits of strength training for women and shares tips for getting started. "The Role of Hormones in Health and Fitness" - Debbie discusses the role that hormones play in health and fitness, and shares strategies for balancing hormones naturally. "The Importance of Mindset in Achieving Your Health and Fitness Goals" - Debbie talks about the power of mindset in achieving health and fitness goals, and shares tips for cultivating a growth mindset. "The Role of Inflammation in Chronic Disease" - Debbie explains the link between inflammation and chronic disease, and shares strategies for reducing inflammation in the body. "The Benefits of High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)" - Debbie discusses the benefits of high-intensity... There is not a once size fits all solution. We are all unique. The struggle is real and I understand the challenges as well as frustrations in finding the right answers to feeling and looking your best -especially when you think you are doing everything "right". Doctors may tell you that your lab results are "normal" and there is nothing is wrong with you - but you know that you are off and not performing your best in life or sports. Let's investigate what is actually going on under the hood by looking at the WHOLE picture and put a personalized program together for the unique YOU! Learn how to BURN FAT, Optimize HEALTH and improve your PERFORMANCE with "The WHOLESTIC Method" coaching program. Coach Debbie Potts interviews guests to discuss tricks and tips to transform the WHOLE you from the inside out to be fit and healthy on the inside and out while you improve fat loss, performance and longevity! Self love is self care. Let's strive to thrive and not survive the day...its your choice. Train for your races this year but learn how to train the FUTURE you 20-30-40 years from now as a fit and healthy athlete! Connect and Follow Coach Debbie: Life is Not a Race...It is a Journey: Learn how to pace the WHOLE you with The WHOLESTIC Method https://www.amazon.com/dp/1540572005 WEB: http://debbiepotts.net/ https://www.instagram.com/lowcarbathlete/ https://www.facebook.com/lowcarbathlete/
Dom brings on this month's guest and close friend Aaron Hanna. Aaron is not only a successful Crossfit Games athlete but also a supportive husband, loving father and co-owner of Crossfit WestChase in Tampa FL. In today's episode we dive into his wins/losses throughout his business, the inspiration behind his work ethic and what he believes to be key in building a successful gym and community. Aaron strongly believes it's about walking the walk. He believes “ most of our problems can be solved by simply doing what's necessary, over and over again. The gym ownership life is a grind, do yourself a service and set in motion wheels that turn in your favor” Be sure to click the links below and follow along on Aaron's journey as well as the new exciting things he has in store. If you're in the Tampa area be sure to drop in to Crossfit Westchase and experience the community. Aarons links: http://WRKprogram.comhttp://Wrkconcept.comhttp://CrossfitWestchase.com IG: https://instagram.com/aaron_hanna?igshid=NTc4MTIwNjQ2YQ== https://www.brickbuiltstrength.com/https://www.instagram.com/brickbuiltstrength/ **No rights to music in episode.
Join us for this replay from the archives to learn more about the benefits of strength training in a fun manner... In the midst of preparing for the upcoming National Exercise Coach Conference, Brian and Amy play a game of trying to name as many benefits of strength as they possibly can without repeating themselves. As you would expect of something as important to your long-term health and performance as strength training, the ensuing list is ridiculously long and comprehensive. With the National Exercise Coach Conference approaching rapidly, Amy came up with a game to play on the podcast while Brian is busy getting preparations underway. The rules are simple: Take turns naming a specific benefit of strength training until someone gets stumped. The first batch of short and long-term benefits to strength training include: increased bone density, improved metabolism, decreased gastrointestinal transit time, decreased systemic inflammation, enhanced flexibility, improved cognition and brain function, increased level of brain-derived neurotrophic factor, lower blood pressure, increased longevity, and decreased disease risk. Diseases that have a reduced risk are: Alzheimer's and dementia, stroke, type 2 diabetes, coronary artery disease, and autoimmune diseases. Further benefits of strength training include: increased vertical jump, an easier time getting off the floor and going up the stairs, increased sarcomerogenesis, increased energy, mitochondrial biogenesis, decreased joint pain, improved body image and self-confidence, improved spinal ability, improved cardiovascular health and function, enhanced joint mobility, it helps facilitate and maintain fat loss, it reduces serum insulin levels and improves insulin sensitivity, improved postprandial blood sugar, anti-aging effects, improved circulation, improved muscle density, the release of healthy muscle derived hormones, destressing, a lower resting heart rate, greater endurance, improved mood, better sleep, increased HDL, reversing sarcopenia, overall improvements in general performance in all areas of life. This gigantic list of health benefits is the reason there is the quote: “If there was a pill that contained all the benefits of exercise it would be the most widely prescribed pill in the world.” 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.
The Inside Line Podcast - Vital MTB
Welcome mountain bikers, I'm excited to have Ben Plenge on the show today. He's a rider, racer, but he's also the founder and coach at The Strength Factory in the UK. We discuss how Ben found mountain biking and being a fitness coach as well as specific philosophies and techniques to become a stronger, fitter rider.Episode Topics0:00 - Intro 2:34 - Getting into MTB and Joining the Army 9:21 - Becoming a Fitness Coach and Founding the Strength Factory 15:36 - Fitness for MTBers over 40 years old 21:32 - Mental Health, Training and Empathy 27:01 - Do You Need Weights or Tech Gadgets to Train Well? 34:13 - Importance of Posture for MTB 39:33 - Different Body Types and Training Based on Forward Riding Foot 44:37 - Nasal Breathing for MTB 50:26 - Being Successful with a Fitness Plan - Realistic Time Management 59:28 - Benefits of Low-Intensity Aerobic Training 1:10:48 - Does an E-Bike Make You Weak? 1:14:36 - Racers Ben Admires 1:16:56 - MTB Strength ProgramsStrength Factory Promotions for Vital MTBersUse the code VITALMTB for 20% off the Complete MTB ProgrammeUse the code VITALDH for 20% off the Complete DH ProgrammeUse the code VITAL40 for 20% off the Over 40s MTB ProgrammeAll discount codes expire on 31st May.Instagram: @strengthfactory_coach YouTube: @thestrengthfactory. These great companies make The Inside Line possibleMAXXIS TIRES - JENSON USA - FOXBreathing InformationThe Oxygen Advantage by Patrick McKeownBreath by James NestorFollow @_brianmackenzie or his website: Shift Adapt
In this episode, we talk all about force plate testing and how to understand the data. Chris has experience from the research side and training side using force plates and shares his expertise. Learn more from Chris: https://www.instagram.com/chrisbryant.03/ Check out the Full Force Plate Testing Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11uS8bwkfcc
Studieaux Life- Yoga Things and Other Things
Have you been feeling stuck or that you're suffering streaks of "bad luck”? Honoring the seasons of life can be empowering and transformative. Join Conscious Collaborators, Lisa, and Emily as they are joined by Daoist mentor and Feng Shui practitioner, Josue Enriquez to dissect the topic of time and its relationship with our minds, bodies, and our business so you can have a better awareness of best timing and holistic wellness strategies for greater success and happiness.Continue the conversation by joining The Conscious Collaboration on Facebook inside of the Conscious Collaboration Collective.See you in 5!Emily and Lisa *********Meet our guest, Josué Tai. Josué is a Daoist mentor and Feng Shui professional. He is passionate about how things work, martial arts and life itself. Having been a Daoist Arts Instructor for few years now and enjoys sharing the traditional wisdom through teaching. Josué had the opportunity to study with different Grand Masters in China, US, Mexico, and Philippines and is constantly updating his knowledge and experience in the Daoist Arts. He is fascinated by the Universe and how it works. Along his journey he has found Daoism to be a very comprehensive model that has given him a set of experimental laws, principles, exercises, and philosophy to test, learn and start to develop an understanding of the Natural Laws.Connect with Josué directly:Josue Taiinstagram.com/josuetaimx Connect with us!Instagram - Conscious Collaboration PodcastEmailconsciouscollaborationpodcast@gmail.comEmilyInstagram - @emily_ironyogiInstagram - @ironyogi_fitnessInstagram - @the_studieauxwww.ironyogifitness.comwww.thestudieaux.comLisaInstagram - @cloud9fengshuiwww.cloud9fengshui.comMichelleInstagram - @visionary_business_designwww.visionarybusinessdesign.comAtapa Red Light Therapy deviceswww.myatapa.comAtapa Red Light Therapy discount code: collab15
#225 - By taking a few simple steps and performing a few simple exercises, we can avoid many injuries. Of course, things happen beyond our control, like accidents. And we can't control all injuries, but we can certainly make running more enjoyable and lengthen our running careers! Listen this week and I give you hacks, tips and help to keep you on the roads an trails! Walking is FitnessIf you're looking for a boost of fitness motivation, join Dave for a daily ten-minute...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Support the showMartha Runs the World websitehttps://www.martharunstheworld.com/Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/martha_runs_sf/
Have you developed an unhealthy relationship with roller derby? With your teammates? What are you afraid of saying no to? Developing healthy boundaries is a key piece of being a great athlete and being a happy human. In this episode, Original Cyn and I dove deep into how boundaries can positively or negatively affect our derby experience. We will teach you how to set healthy boundaries in derby and in life. Plus we share our real-life experiences with leveling up our own boundaries!And if you want to level up your game in 2023, guaranteed, Click this link and watch the video to learn more about Krash Course In Transformation.Follow me on Instagram for daily derby tips, tricks, and motivation @krissykrash
Huge thanks to this Atlanta ripper, Artem Shmidt, who has been putting up some solid results early in the season. Another young gun on HB Axeon that not only crushes on the bike, but has a great head on his shoulders. Mega thanks Artem! Keep smashing, and thanks for dropping gems!
Life is NOT a Race... It is a Journey. What has your journey been the past ten years? What does your FUTURE self look like in the next ten years? Coach Debbie started this podcast with co-host Brock Armstrong for a year after Jon Smith left the show (FIT FAT FAST) and now Debbie continues to follow her passion with her own podcast show! Big Topics we dive into: BG Superhuman Coach Conference Red Flags in our own health and lifestyles Biohacking experiments, N=1 Lessons Learned Ironman elite athletes, marathons, 50k trail run to today The Goldilocks Effects on nutrition, carbs, fat, fasting, and more to find your SWEET SPOT What has happened in the past 10-15 years in the low carb endurance athlete world? Debbie Potts brings back her co-host Brock Armstrong to review fueling, training and performance tips from the past ten years. We dive into... How has low carb fueling and training evolved in the past 15 years? What have you changed in your own nutritional program? How did your views change? What do we know about matching fueling with our training and fasting? Brocks pervious life bio... Brock Armstrong has one goal: to help people move more of their body, more often in more and more interesting and satisfying ways. Brock is a fitness/movement coach who has more than a decade of experience coaching people of all levels to increase their ability to move through this world with ease and confidence. After being sidelined from a career as a professional ballet dancer, a brief bout as a desk jockey, and a solid attempt at endurance sports, Brock now embraces a more functional and behavioural approach to fitness and movement. This comes from his background in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and his extensive experience in the health and wellness industry working with many leading personal trainers, coaches, gurus, and wellness consultants including: Mark Sisson (Primal Blueprint), Katy Bowman (Nutritious Movement), Monica Reinagel (Nutrition Diva), Brad Kearns (author), Dave Asprey (Bulletproof), Ben Greenfield (Kion), Abel James (Fat-Burning Man) and Mark Divine (Unbeatable Mind). Brock's previous podcast is called Second Wind Fitness and you can find it anywhere you listen to audio. Brock is also writer and podcaster for Scientific American and co-hosts the podcast Change Academy with Monica Reinagel. He has appeared as a guest and co-host on many health and wellness podcasts, such as: Fat-Burning Man, Ben Greenfield Fitness, Primal Blueprint, Primal Endurance, B.Rad Podcast, Happy Brain, Endurance Planet, and The Whole Athlete. Are you an ambitious, driven, high charging athlete who is struggling to get the desired results even when doing all the "right" things? Are you struggling with fat loss, poor recovery and inflammation? Did you know Debbie started FIT FAT FAST podcast in 2011 with co-host John Smith then Brock Armstrong? She then changed the name (as we lost the hosting site and had to start over) to SHUT THE FRONT DOOR... then realized that wasn't such a good name then called the show THE WHOLE ATHLETIC to go with her THE WHOLESTIC METHOD coaching program but then got a letter from a company with a similar name ... so we changed the name to THE LOW CARB ATHLETE podcast! The Fit Fat Fast podcast is hosted by Debbie Potts, and it covers a range of topics related to health, fitness, and nutrition. Here are the titles and brief descriptions of the first 10 episodes: "Welcome to the Fit Fat Fast Podcast" - Debbie introduces the podcast and shares her own personal health journey. "The Benefits of Low Carb and Keto Diets" - Debbie discusses the benefits of low-carb and keto diets and shares tips for getting started. "The Importance of Sleep for Health and Fitness" - Debbie talks about the critical role that sleep plays in overall health and fitness. "The Power of Intermittent Fasting" - Debbie explains the benefits of intermittent fasting and shares different fasting protocols. "The Connection Between Gut Health and Overall Health" - Debbie discusses the gut microbiome and its impact on overall health. "The Benefits of Strength Training for Women" - Debbie talks about the benefits of strength training for women and shares tips for getting started. "The Role of Hormones in Health and Fitness" - Debbie discusses the role that hormones play in health and fitness, and shares strategies for balancing hormones naturally. "The Importance of Mindset in Achieving Your Health and Fitness Goals" - Debbie talks about the power of mindset in achieving health and fitness goals, and shares tips for cultivating a growth mindset. "The Role of Inflammation in Chronic Disease" - Debbie explains the link between inflammation and chronic disease, and shares strategies for reducing inflammation in the body. "The Benefits of High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)" - Debbie discusses the benefits of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and shares different workout protocol. Simply search for "Fit Fat Fast" in your preferred podcast app or visit Debbie Potts' website to access the episodes.
Welcome to our latest episode of The Ali Damron Show, where we interview Keri Mantie, a fitness expert specializing in fat loss and at-home strength training for women 40+. In this episode, Keri shares her insights on how to simplify fat loss and strength training so that women can get consistent and see results. Keri emphasizes the importance of setting realistic goals and creating a sustainable lifestyle that includes both exercise and proper nutrition. She explains that building muscle is essential for boosting metabolism and achieving fat loss, and that women over 40 can achieve great results with just a few simple exercises that can be done at home. Keri also provides tips for maintaining a healthy weight once you've reached your fat loss goals. She stresses the importance of finding a balance between exercise and nutrition that works for your body and your lifestyle, and encourages women to focus on building strength and muscle rather than just obsessing over the number on the scale. Overall, this episode is packed with valuable information and practical tips for women 40+ who want to simplify their fat loss and strength training journey. Whether you're just getting started or looking to take your fitness to the next level, Keri's insights will help you achieve your goals and live a healthy, active lifestyle. https://www.instagram.com/kerimantie/ "How to Have Fewer Mood Swings and More Energy By Balancing Your Hormones (Without Adding To Your Already Full Plate)" Training: www.alidamron.com/training www.alidamron.com www.alidamron.com/consults www.alidamron.com/heal www.alidamron.com/period www.instagram.com/alidamron Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/alidamron
Listen in as we hang out with Nathan Orchard (Nathan Orchard) this week. He's a black belt under the amazing Eddie Bravo (eddiebravo10p). We talk about an amazing trip to Thailand Nathan just return from. Nathan has also competed in MMA and we talk about his competitions in combat Jiu-Jitsu as well. We talk old school BJJ, new school, NOGI as well as how the internet has influenced BJJ to what we see today. We have such a great organic conversation as always with Nathan so friends sit back and enjoy!Click on the link to find information with Nathan : IG - Nathan OrchardIG - 10thplanetseattleSponsors:IG - phalanx_usaWeb - https://phalanxfc.com/LimitLess Radiocast & LimitLess Tape:LinkTr - LimitLess RadiocastFacebook - @LimitLessTapeInstagram - @LimitLess_TapeGym - http://teameastcoast.comBJJ gear:www.rollamongus.com - LIMITLESS20 at checkout for a 20% discount.Protection & Recovery Gear:https://oldbonestherapy.com/ - LIMITLESS15 at checkout for a 15% discount.Strength Training total Body Fitness:http://two8bandz.com/limitlessradiocast- Use this link for a discount.Nutrition:https://www.lashleynutrition.com - LIMITLESS15 at checkout for a 15% discount.Recovery Balm:https://battlebalm.com/ - LIMITLESS20 at checkout for a 20% discount.Realtor:http://twebb.dehoff.com/Cell: (281) 889-0140FB - Thomas Webb - DeHoff RealtorsIG - dehoff_realtor_tcwebbDentistry:www.woosterohiodentist.comIG - Gateway Dental CareFB - Gateway Dental CareLawyer:www.kandraylaw.comFB - Kandray Law, LLCLocal beer:www.magiccitybrewingcompany.comInspirational Gear:https://warpath55.com/Coffee:www.mhbeans.comTax & Accounting LLC:Ronald E. Butler, CPA, CVA, MTButler Tax & Accounting LLCron@butlertaxservices.comSupport the show
Self Transformed - Healthy Habits, Time Management, Working Mom, Fitness Tips, Whole30, Easy Meal Prep, Weight Loss
Friends, we have to eliminate the diet culture mentality where we need to be cardio bunnies and restrict our calories to be a certain size. Strength training for women and fueling your muscles with protein promotes lifelong health and fitness to create a strong foundation. Today we're chatting about the physical and mental benefits of strength training for women and the importance of eating protein to fuel those muscles with Ashley Randall of the Smash Talk Podcast! Diet culture mentality is just a bad habit and if you're looking to break those bad habits around movement and nutrition, come join the next monthly workshop! The Breaking Bad Habits Workshop is Wednesday 5/17 at 12pm EST. Join us live or catch the replay where you will learn how to: Identify your bad habits Understanding your bad habits--the triggers and how it makes you feel How to replace bad habits with healthier habits BONUS: Bad Habit Tracker to help you track your triggers **** HABIT HACKS: -Get the FREE HEALTHY HABIT RESET MASTERCLASS! -Take the 21 DAY HABIT ACCOUNTABILITY CHALLENGE! -Access the secret podcast ATOMIC HABITS FOR WOMEN -Visit the TRANSFORMATION SHOP to get all the affordable habit hacking tools! -Grab an ACCELERATOR -CHECK OUT THE FREEBIE VAULT!: Access habit tools, self care checklist, ingredient meal tips, free workouts and more! LET'S CONNECT: Connect with Emily: @email@example.com www.emily-nichols.com
Bill Maeda is a lifelong Martial Artist and Personal trainer. His specific training methods incorporating asymmetrical loads, rotational movements, and specific breathing patterns have gone viral over the last years on social media. His approaches have enabled him to develop and retain an extraordinary physique, and flawless movement quality while remaining injury-free as an aging athlete. In this episode, Bill talks about his background, and lifestyle, and shares key insights about his approach to training. Enjoy this episode of KNOW FEAR® Live! For the best experience, watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/live/gQ7LeBOncwg?feature=share Follow us there too so you don't miss future episodes. Follow Bill on IG: https://www.instagram.com/billmaeda/ Get notified of future LIVE calls and training opportunities by signing up for our newsletter: https://www.getdrip.com/forms/222969367/submissions/new
In this episode, Andrew shares his fat loss tips that are not only effective but sustainable for long-term success. He emphasizes the importance of strength training, building muscle, and focusing on the basics of fitness instead of getting caught up in controversial or polarizing trends. He also addresses common obstacles that people face, such as fear of lifting weights and becoming overwhelmed with information. Get ready to learn from one of the best in the fitness industry! Andrew Coates is a certified personal trainer and fitness enthusiast with over 19,000 coaching hours under his belt. He graduated from Memorial University of Newfoundland with a Bachelor of Commerce (Co-op) Honours and started his fitness career in 2010. Andrew is the owner of Andrew Coates Fitness and co-hosts the Lift Free and Diet Hard Podcast, where he discusses fitness industry trends and interviews industry leaders. He is also a fitness writer for major publications like T-Nation, The PTDC, and TrueCoach. Andrew is the co-founder and MC of The Evolve Canadian Strength Symposium and mentors a small group of fitness professionals around the world. When he's not coaching the general population, he enjoys listening to the band Tool, exploring The Witcher universe, and sipping Highland Single Malt Scotch. Key Highlights: [00:01 - 09:30] Opening Segment ● Andrew discusses his background and how he got into the fitness industry. He mentions that he started as a trainer at a gym when he was 32. ● Prior to that, he had worked in various industries, including owning a nightclub and working in the banking and casino industry. ● Andrew also talks about his philosophy of giving and supporting others in the industry, which has led to many opportunities for him, including public speaking and hosting events. ● Andrew talks about the prevalence of great strength coaches coming out of Canada. [09:31 - 23:15] Fitness Basics and Mindset ● Andrew talks about how he prefers to focus on the basics of fitness and avoid controversy or polarization in the media. ● He emphasizes the importance of getting more people into gyms and lifting weights for better health. ● He also encourages others to focus on being helpful and sharing important ideas rather than getting caught up in arguments with those who are not receptive to positive training and nutritional ideas. ● Andrew enumerates what people are missing, in terms of basics, that can use them in long-term ○ People are afraid of lifting weights because of their lack of knowledge and fear of injury. ○ People get overwhelmed with what they're supposed to do, and they become paralyzed by constantly consuming information instead of actually applying it. ○ People tend to seek quick results and quick fixes, which is just human nature. [23:16 - 29:36] Strength Training for Long-Term Fat Loss ● Andrew believes that building strength and muscle should be the highest goal for people in the gym instead of just focusing on fat loss. ● Strength and muscle building tend to go hand in hand concurrently, especially if you eat in a slight calorie surplus. ● Building more strength and muscle is excellent for fat loss and keeping fat off in the medium to long term. ● Strength training boosts metabolism, helps in muscle recovery, and burns more calories while at rest. [29:36 - 46:22] Closing Segment ● He believes that while some are drawn to tough love approaches like 75 Hard, it's ineffective for most people. ● He is also okay with different types of messaging and methods because different people have different needs and preferences. ● A sustainable pace and approach to working out and nutrition is better than an unsustainable one to avoid setting oneself up to fail. ● Andrew categorizes food into healthy, non-negotiable treats and high-calorie convenience food and sets boundaries around the foods you enjoy. Key Quotes: “My favorite response to anything long form short form is I needed this today and it tells me I'm on the right track with an important message.” - Andrew Coates “Medium term, long term building more strength, building more muscle is phenomenal for fat loss and keeping fat off.” - Andrew Coates “75 hard is fine. It's not for most people, it's understanding that messaging and method are gonna be different for different people.” - Andrew Coates “One of my favorite attitudes at nutrition is not to fucking clean up everything so that we are perfect. It's to take an inventory of what you're eating and put it in a couple of boxes. I think three basic boxes.” Andrew Coates CONNECT WITH ANDREW: Instagram: @andrewcoatesfitness Website: andrewcoatesfitness.com Getnatesbook - This book is a must-have for anyone looking to drop belly fat and eliminate love handles permanently with expert tips on the 7 daily investments for health and wealth, the one type of cardio you need to include, and a handy checklist to hold yourself accountable to your goals. Don't miss out on this game-changing resource - get your copy today! Here's how I can help you reach your goals! Get leaner. Live Longer. Be Legendary. 1. Visit N8training.com - mastermind 2. Join our 5-Day Morning Routine Challenge 3. Get my super easy and accessible FREE 5-Day Sugar Detox Program. All you have to do is put in your email and receive access together with a handbook! Thefreesugardetox.com 4. Start by understanding the science and simplicity of carb backloading for fat loss - go to GetNatesBook.Com. to get a free copy of Nate's bestseller “The Million Dollar Body Method” 5. Get more great tips to get leaner by connecting with me on Instagram @lowcarbhustle 6. Join the MDB Mastermind for just a buck! If you want accountability, coaching, and an amazing training program to get leaner, this is what you need. Go to nate.fit to find out more and get your first 2 weeks for just 1 dollar. 7. Follow us on our Youtube channel: Youtube.com/@n8training If you liked the show, please LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW, and share it on social media to get reposted to over 12k of the homies.
Happy and Healthy with Amy Lang
Have you noticed, as you've gotten older, that you have a few more aches and pains than you used to have? Maybe when you stand up after you've been sitting for a while, you're a little stiff. Well, this may be a sign that it's time to work on improving your flexibility. In this episode, we're focusing on how yoga can help. I've got the founder of Stretch Love Yoga, Devin Garcia, joining me to talk about what things you want to look for, some of the myths out there, as well as some of the mistakes folks make when they start a yoga practice. If you want to improve your flexibility, increase your range of motion, and have better balance so you can reduce your risk of injury and falling, this is an episode you don't want to miss. To Connect with Devin Garcia Website: Stretch Love Yoga Instagram: Stretch Love Yoga FREE One-Week Trial: Stretch Love Yoga OnDemand Free Resources: Schedule FREE Mini-Coaching Session with Amy Lang Take my FREE Mini-Course: How To Lose Weight For The Last Time Join our private Facebook group, Moxie Club Meetup
Season 3, Ep. 3 covers a topic that we were to as the x-factor/cheat code/backbone of how we design program at Unity Fitness: strength training. In this episode, we debunk the myths behind strength training, uncover the well-known and not-so-well-known truths of strength training, as well as protocols to follow to incorporate it into your life! Intro to Strength Training - 0:51 --> We've referenced strength training in nearly every podcast episode we've done. It's about time we discussed strength training as a whole. Here we go! What is Strength Training? - 2:52 --> We start with the definition of strength training and take it to a whole other level by covering who is it for and what is it for, including why we don't like strength training being called "resistance training". The Objections of Strength Training - 10:55 --> A lot of people say "no" to strength training for numerous reasons and objections, most of them based on false advertising and myths. Emily and Jordan are here to set the record straight on ALL of it :). Myth: Strength Training Will Make Me Look Like a Body Builder - 25:37 --> This myth is almost as old as time. Let's squash it. The Well-Known and Not-so-Well Known Benefits of Strength Training - 30:30 --> We start the benefits with some words from doctors as well as the more well-known benefits of strength training presented by Mayo Clinic. We believe the future of healthcare is the gym, and it's because of strength training that this could be possible! Recommendations/Protocols of Strength Training and Other Forms of Exercise - 38:58 --> We wrap up the episode by taking a look at the recommendations/protocols not just of strength training, but other types of exercise in general and easy ways you can incorporate strength training into your life. PS if you or someone you know needs to talk to someone, please reach out so we can help! We are here for you! Find us on social media or send a email over to firstname.lastname@example.org . And if you're looking to get started with exercise or on a health and fitness journey, we try to make the starting point as easy as possible. If you want guidance and mentorship through the journey, set up a free consultation with us by clicking here. Don't forget to Subscribe, Share, Download, and Leave us a Review!!
Bevan and Tim recap the racing from this weekend's events including the PTO European Open, the ITU Long Distance Worlds, the IM703 St. George and IRONMAN Australia. We discuss the news of Sam Long's move from his Coach Dan Plews after only 3 months. We were thrilled to catch up with rising triathlon star Nicole Van Der Kaay to talk about her impressive season so far and her upcoming race in Yokohama. We chat with Dr Kate Baldwin of Endurance Movement about strength training for endurance athletes, debunking some common myths and providing valuable advice for our listeners. (00:37:57) - Nicole Van Der Kaay - excerpts ahead of her full form interview out tomorrow (01:03:11) - Dr Kate Baldwin discusses some common misconceptions around strength for endurance athletes. LINKS: FORM Goggles discount using the code FITTER15 at http://formswim.com/fitterradio Infinit Nutrition discount using the code FITTER10 at https://www.infinitnutrition.com.au/ Follow Nicole Van Der Kaay at https://www.instagram.com/nicolevdkaay/ Dr Kate Baldwin at https://endurancemovement.com/
LT Brings The Heat | Baseball & Strength Development
Oakland A's 2022 MLB Draft Pick Jack Perkins shares his awesome story of playing at Louisville, Indiana, then pro ball. Long time LT Family and Kokomo, Indiana Native, Jack Perkins has been an Elite Level Pitcher his entire life. He shares his faith in God, stories of adversity, learning what "winning the day" means, as well as what he has learned in life and at all levels of baseball!Recorded in February of 2023 before Spring Training!
If you want to get stronger, a barbell strength training program is the way to go. However, the term “strength training” may be confusing or intimidating to you. So we want to take some time to help you understand the attributes of a quality strength program and how it can and should be adapted to any individual regardless of age, ability, medical history, and desire to train. Regardless of the equipment you have available, your willingness to use barbells or go to a gym, and your training/athletic history, you should have a plan for your training to help you achieve your goals. A strength training program must meet certain criteria including being planned and progressive towards increased strength. A planned program with progressive overload plays a fundamental role in working towards your strength training goals without encountering roadblocks, setbacks, or lack of goal attainment. Without planned, progressive overload, you're exercising instead of strength training. In this episode of the PRS Podcast, we talk about how to start your strength training journey no matter the equipment you have or want to use or your ability level. Everyone can start somewhere and doing something is always better than nothing. We share why the barbell is the best equipment option for strength training but also when and how to use alternative equipment to help you get started or just make the most of the equipment you have available. And if you're already a barbell athlete that won't have access to barbells for any period of time, you can benefit from no-equipment workouts too. Listen to this episode to learn how to start training, continue training without interruptions, and gain the confidence to take your barbell strength training to the next level. Access our FREE strength training programs below! Beginner Barbell Strength Training Program (free) >> https://bit.ly/3RgB59Z No-Equipment Strength Training Program (free) >> https://bit.ly/2WyChMm Other Resources for this Episode: The 4 Questions to Answer Before Beginning a Barbell Strength Training Program >> https://bit.ly/3ADilu8 Progression without Regression: How to Adjust Training So Things Don't Go Awry! >> http://bit.ly/adjust-training-effectively RPE in Powerlifting: What is RPE? + How to Use Rating of Perceived Exertion Optimally Lex's Progress >> https://www.instagram.com/p/Cqu-37yAEWZ/ If you're enjoying our podcast, please leave us a review on Apple or Spotify. Join our Facebook Community for free form checks, live Q&As & more: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PRS.Barbell.Mastery Got questions or guests you'd like to hear on the show? Submit them here: https://forms.gle/7Vu2HmgHoeQY9xM59 Get in touch with the show! Web: https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com Email: email@example.com Rori IG: @rorimegan_prs Alyssa IG: @alyssahope_prs
If you've ever wondered if you're working out smart to set yourself up for: improving your fitness, functional workouts to improve your life as you get older, and mastering the most important skills... This is the Fit Quickie Episode you need. Plus, a little vulnerability sprinkled on top. Have you mastered all 5 of these exercises? Which do you struggle with the most? How I can help you: 1. Try FWW Live FREE?
Grace & Grit Podcast: Helping Women Everywhere Live Happier, Healthier and More Fit Lives
When most people think about movement training they don't necessarily think about training their breath patterns, but my guest on this episode of the Grace & Grit podcast, Julie Angel, will have you convinced that breath is indeed a movement skill that everyone can benefit from. Julie Angel is a multi-passionate movement, breathwork and parkour coach, artist, award winning filmmaker and author. In this episode we explore: The benefits of restoring functional breathing patterns, Why you want light, slow and deep breath, Why starting and finishing any movement training with breath is so beneficial, The connection of breathwork to stress and resilience, …and so much more! You can listen here: https://graceandgrit.com/podcast-326 Mentioned In This Podcast BOLT Score – A score of 25 is functional, 40 is optimal, below 10 is an area where someone's life can experience massive change from restoring functional breathing patterns. Maximum Breathlessness Test – A score of 60 is functional – 80 is optimal if you're athletic. Exercise 1 Warm up small breath holds (2.5 mins). Exercise 2a Breathe light to breathe right (4 mins). **** The Consistency Crash Course is running from May 22nd to May 26th. Sign up now: https://graceandgrit.com/crashcourse/ **** Are you loving the Grace & Grit Podcast? Leave a Review: https://graceandgrit.com/podcastreview Ready to Rumble? Join me in the Rumble & Rise Arena at https://graceandgrit.com/readytorumble Looking for more Grace & Grit? Visit https://graceandgrit.com/
On this episode, Tawnee and Lucho catch up after being together in April for the 2023 Ragnar SoCal Relay. They talk about the race, the (two) teams and more reflections. Following our Ragnar chat, we share thoughts on athletes—whether pro or amateur—who dope, integrity, the aftermath of cheating and more. Plus, for athletes who do […] The post ATC 352: Ragnar Recap–Back For The Fifth Time! Plus: Thoughts on Doping and Integrity, Safe Supplementing, Strength Training for Athletes Over 70, and More! first appeared on Endurance Planet.
In this episode, host Neal Henderson dives into the world of structured training and how to make it not only effective but also fun.We all have busy lives and it can be challenging to fit in regular workouts. Neal shares some practical tips on how to realistically plan and schedule workouts, including how to make the most of weekends and combining cycling with family time. He also emphasizes the importance of having a routine while maintaining flexibility and not being too rigid.Accountability and motivation can be enhanced by joining group rides or virtual rides, and Neal shares how he uses his training log and goals to stay on track. But structured training doesn't have to be all serious and no fun! Neal shares some playful ways to add a competitive element to workouts, such as Strava segments and bike computer games.And last but not least, Neal reminds us that riding should be enjoyable, and he shares some ways to have fun on your bike, including riding with friends and family, going for a leisurely ride without data, and taking the focus off of performance metrics.Join us for this engaging and informative episode as we learn how to optimize structured training for fitness and fun.
Time Stamps 0:00 - Intro 1:56 - Bare Performance Nutrition - Go Packs 2:33 - Walter Summers - Garmin Athlete Manager 28:01 - Review Of The Week 28:49 - Fueling Strategy 33:38 - Strength Training & Knee Health 37:44 - Tapering For Unbound38:19 Race Category 39:59 - Supplements I'm Taking 42:00 - Interval Training Details 43:06 - Outro Bare Performance Nutrition Instagram: @bpnsupps bareperformancenutrition.com Walter Summers Instagram: @wsumsum28 garmincycling.com Strength Training For Cyclists https://dialedhealth.com Dialed Health Social Watch This Episode On Youtube! https://www.youtube.com/@dialedhealth Follow On Instagram https://www.instagram.com/dialedhealth/
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In this episode of Hope Natural Health, Dr. Erin speaks about the importance of strength training. During this episode you will learn about: Why it's okay to lift weights How strength training can increase muscle strength and endurance How strength training can help you lose weight How strength training can benefit your hormones To submit questions for episode 100, follow this link: https://form.jotform.com/230965728562062 Link to Testing: https://hopenaturalhealth.wellproz.com/ Link to Period Planner: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BBYBRT5Q?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860 For more on Dr. Erin and Hope Natural Health: Take the Period Quiz: https://perfectperiod.hopenaturalhealth.com/ Check out my Hormone Reset Program: https://reset.hopenaturalhealth.com/ Dr. Erin on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.erinellis/ Dr. Erin's Website: https://hopenaturalhealth.com/ Hope Natural Health on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChHYVmNEu5tKu91EATHhEiA Hope Natural Health Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/502019330675353
00:00 - Intro 00:34 - What Is the Importance of Strength Training in Elite Athletic Performance and 3PS? 10:59 - What Helps Hard Gainers Gain Size and Strength? 22:34 - What is Dan John's Stance on Digital Fitness Tracking Devices, and What Kind of Data Does He Find Most Valuable? 28:48 - How to Create A Program Using Only Barbell Clean and Press? 35:14 - Kettlebell Training for BJJ / Wrestlers! 40:41 - The Best Shoes► Personalized workouts based on your schedule, ability, and equipment options. http://www.DanJohnUniversity.com.► If you're interested in getting coached by Dan personally, go to http://DanJohnInnerCircle.com to apply for his private coaching group.
Welcome to the very first episode of Triathlon Mockery College. In these series want to dig deep into the science and theory of training for a triathlon. This episode is an introduction for Strength Training For triathletes. Why should triathletes go to the gym? Why would it make me a better athlete? If you want to support our show, making all these episodes possible; please head over to our Patreon link in the bio. Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's our 100th episode! Time to celebrate!And by celebrate, I mean by bringing you the top 100 tips from the first 100 episodes of the Midlife Mommas podcast. If you've been listening very long, you know that Cam and Amelia drop truth bombs on the regular. There are sayings that show up virtually every episode like "You get what you want or the lesson you need." or "Be an experiment of 1." We all love the "Camisms" and we love Amelia's questions.Be sure to listen to this one, folks. We run through the 100 tips pretty fast but every single one of these tips is backed up by a full episode of details in the previous 99 episodes.Enjoy!Join the FREE Muscles and Metabolism ChallengeMay 15-19https://www.camoyler.com/5DayMM*Learn Simple Ways to Optimize Your Metabolism *Do Midlife-Friendly Strength Workouts*Daily LIVE 'Ask Me Anything' Q&A Stay Connected!Amelia Website: https://www.thehelpfulplate.com/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/thehelpfulplate/ Cam Website: https://www.camoyler.com/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/heymomma_cam/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@heymomma_cam Midlife Mommas IG: https://www.instagram.com/midlife.mommas/ Please share, rate, and review the podcast. We appreciate you! ❤️
Dom talks about which mindset you spend more time in, mundane or miraculous. https://www.brickbuiltstrength.com/https://www.instagram.com/brickbuiltstrength/ **No rights to music in episode.
What exercises do i select? How many reps? How many sets? How do i recover? In this episode we cover all the specifics around STRENGTH TRAINING which includes weight training, proper mobility, progressive overload and proper recovery. For any additional support visit our Facebook Training Community Ready to do it on your own? Checkout our DIY Body Transformation Booklet Need 1-on-1 Support? Text your question to (435) 776-5860
Intermittent fasting is such a productive wellness strategy in supporting weight loss, reversing metabolic illness, and overall living a healthy lifestyle. In this episode I discuss 12 specific habits that may be hindering you from your health goals. Before you think intermittent fasting isn't working for you, try implementing these practical lifestyle modifications and see if you notice a difference! [7:40]- What are adequate macronutrient ranges in accordance with fasting? Take my carb quiz to provide you with carb consumption guidance! [16:16]- Is your caloric intake appropriate? [21:33]- What is the difference between calorie deprivation and fasting? [28:04]- Don't neglect water and electrolytes! They work together in the body to keep you hydrated! [29:50]- Avoid binging once your fast is finished. [32:25]- Prioritize strength training and exercise. [35:22]- How does chronic stress affect intermittent fasting? [38:38]- Are you sleep deprived? A consistent circadian rhythm is important for every bodily function. [41:51]- It may be time to change up your fasting protocol. [43:17]- Final thoughts and bonus tips! LMNT electrolytes: FREE Sample Pack! Blue Light Blocking Glasses: Use code SHANAH at checkout for 15% off! Special thanks to Funky Fat Chocolates for sponsoring this episode. To order your own healthy chocolate treats use the link here and use code SHANAH at checkout for 10% off! FOLLOW ME ON: Instagram: @shana.hussin.rdn Facebook: Fast To Heal With Shana Hussin Website: https://www.fasttoheal.info/ ADDITIONAL LINKS: FREE Starting Guides 10-Day Low-Insulin Jumpstart Metabolic Makeover Starter Course 4-Week Personalized Protocols Low Insulin Academy On-Demand Course Low Insulin Academy Live WAITLIST BE ON THE PODCAST by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and sharing your story of how Fast to Heal Services have changed your life!
Attention fitness business owners and personal trainers: is evidence-based exercise and fitness training truly enough, or do you need to go deeper to really make a genuine, meaningful difference in the lives of your personal training clients? John Thompson is the owner of Thompson Fitness Transformation Center, a high-intensity group training studio in California, and Limitless, a high-performance men's coaching program for executives and entrepreneurs focused on teaching them how to unleash their potential. He has 15 years of personal training experience and has coached over 3,000 clients. In this episode, we talk about what you need to do as a trainer and as a HIT business owner in order to really reach deep into the psyche of your clients so that not only do you make a deep impact on their health and fitness, but they also make lead generation, client retention, and scaling your business faster, easier, and more satisfying for you that you'll wonder why you didn't think about doing these things we're about to talk about sooner. Stop losing clients and start generating more qualified leads and referrals using powerful strategies from HIT business experts For the complete show notes, links, and resources - Click Here
Dr Kate Baldwin of Endurance Movement shares her expertise in performance improvement and injury prevention for triathletes. Learn how activation exercises enhance the warm up phase and help boost performance in your main set. Plus, we learn whether it should be shoes on or off when you're in the gym. We explore the benefits of heavy strength training for improving economy and promoting better utilization of fuel and oxygen in the muscle. We also hear how increased maximal strength can delay the use of less efficient type two muscle fibers resulting in a glycogen-sparing effect. And lastly, we discuss the significance of the stretch shortening cycle in running and how plyometrics and heavy strength training can improve tendons, bone density and minimize fatigue in athletes. LINKS: Dr Kate Baldwin at https://endurancemovement.com/ Endurance Movement Blogs at https://endurancemovement.com/blog
Listen in as we hang out with the a very cool man who supports the LimitLess Radioacast, Owner and creator of Oldbonestherapy.com Brandon Fields. Brandon just recanting stepping away from his everyday job in Software Engineering to persue old bones full time. We talk entrepreneur ship and how it's hard to get into but you need to keep thinking and pushing forward. We talk to Brandon about getting into BJJ and what he could expect as well as what he should look for in a gym. We have a great organic conversation as always with Brandon so friends sit back and enjoy!Click on the link to find information with Brandon: IG -oldbonestherapyFB - old bones therapyWS - https://oldbonestherapy.com/Sponsored athletes:IG - coachcasey10IG - jitsujunkieLimitLess Radiocast & LimitLess Tape:LinkTr - LimitLess RadiocastFacebook - @LimitLessTapeInstagram - @LimitLess_TapeGym - http://teameastcoast.comBJJ gear:www.rollamongus.com - LIMITLESS20 at checkout for a 20% discount.Protection & Recovery Gear:https://oldbonestherapy.com/ - LIMITLESS15 at checkout for a 15% discount.Strength Training total Body Fitness:http://two8bandz.com/limitlessradiocast- Use this link for a discount.Nutrition:https://www.lashleynutrition.com - LIMITLESS15 at checkout for a 15% discount.Recovery Balm:https://battlebalm.com/ - LIMITLESS20 at checkout for a 20% discount.Realtor:http://twebb.dehoff.com/Cell: (281) 889-0140FB - Thomas Webb - DeHoff RealtorsIG - dehoff_realtor_tcwebbDentistry:www.woosterohiodentist.comIG - Gateway Dental CareFB - Gateway Dental CareLawyer:www.kandraylaw.comFB - Kandray Law, LLCLocal beer:www.magiccitybrewingcompany.comInspirational Gear:https://warpath55.com/Coffee:www.mhbeans.comTax & Accounting LLC:Ronald E. Butler, CPA, CVA, MTButler Tax & Accounting LLCron@butlertaxservices.comSupport the show
Rip discusses what is and is not strength training along with a new and novel way to look at the process of getting stronger. 00:58 Today's topic 02:48 Comments from the Haters! 20:24 What is training? 29:05 Everything is about force production 35:05 Not everything is strength training 43:21 Stress must be accumulative 45:34 Six movement patterns 52:44 Doing things optimally 59:26 Olympic lifting is not strength training 1:07:02 Training and practice 1:12:28 Closing
Grace & Grit Podcast: Helping Women Everywhere Live Happier, Healthier and More Fit Lives
Modern day life affords us a LOT of comfort. Too much comfort, I will argue in this week's Grace & Grit podcast episode. Comfort is costing us a lot in terms of our health and well-being, so in this episode we explore: Pursuing discomfort on purpose, The connection between discomfort and longevity, Grit as a vital nutrient for health & well-being, … and so much more. You can listen here: https://graceandgrit.com/podcast-325 **** The Consistency Crash Course is running from May 22nd to May 26th. Sign up now: https://graceandgrit.com/crashcourse/ **** Are you loving the Grace & Grit Podcast? Leave a Review: https://graceandgrit.com/podcastreview Ready to Rumble? Join me in the Rumble & Rise Arena at https://graceandgrit.com/readytorumble Looking for more Grace & Grit? Visit https://graceandgrit.com/
The STRONG Life Podcast with Zach Even - Esh
STRONG Life Podcast ep 368 Brought to you by http://ZachStrength.com STRONG Over 40: Strength Training for BJJ in Your 40s How to adjust training volume to maximize performance in BJJ / Muay Thai / Boxing Using sandbags, kettlebells and calisthenics to train for BJJ in your 40s How often to train in BJJ coupled with Strength when in your 40s Enjoy the show and keep crushing those 5 star reviews! Resources Mentioned in this episode: Gladiator STRONG - 7 Days FREE Underground Strength Manuals SSPC Cert Underground Strength Coach Cert The Underground Strength Academy
As the owner of a personal training company, Look Like You Lift, Braydon helps people strength train and get mentally and physically healthy, which sometimes means helping them address their addiction to pornography and begin to heal. Braydon shares his own personal story of being exposed to pornography at a young age and how it affected him throughout his adolescence, including how it affected his relationships and how he saw others. In this episode, Braydon discusses the importance of being open about your struggle with porn in order to combat shame, why he discusses the benefits of quitting porn with clients, and the conversations he's been able to start by wearing Fight the New Drug shirts to the gym.Braydon can often be seen sporting our tees at the gym and starting up conversations about the harmful effects of pornographyShares both the research with his clients and his own personal story of becoming exposed to porn at age 10 and how it affected him throughout his adolescence, including how it affected his relationships and how he saw others.The importance of being open because shame is only going to prohibit healingHow much brighter life is now free from pornArticle: 5 Things You Can Do Today Instead of Watching Porn Video: Paul's Story: “I'm Not Discouraged and Ashamed Anymore” by My Porn StrugglePodcast: How Porn Can Affect The Brain Like A DrugVisit: Look Like You Lift
Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health & Fitness with a healthy side of sarcasm
Steph Gaudreau joins Dana again to talk about how to make sure we're eating enough, non-diet nutrition for performance, and how to use strength training as a tool to help improve our body image, self-esteem, and confidence. This episode is for everyone for wants to, or likes to move their body and wants to learn...