In this episode, Brian Sandroff, PhD, senior research scientist in the Center for Neuropsychology and Neuroscience Research at Kessler Foundation talks about his peer-reviewed article, “Effects of walking exercise training on learning and memory and hippocampal neuroimaging outcomes in MS: A targeted, pilot randomized controlled trial,” published in November 2021, in the journal Contemporary Clinical Trials. The study's goal was to evaluate whether aerobic exercise training, specifically walking exercise, was associated in improvements in learning and memory in people with MS who have objective impairment in learning and memory. Funding Source: EMD Serono Learn more about: Dr. Brian Sandroff, https://kesslerfoundation.org/about-us/foundation-staff/brian-m-sandroff-phd The peer-reviewed article, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cct.2021.106563 Center for Neuropsychology and Neuroscience Research, https://kesslerfoundation.org/center-neuropsychology-and-neuroscience-research Co-authors: Glenn R. Wylie (https://kesslerfoundation.org/aboutus/Glenn%20Wylie), Jessica F. Baird, C. Danielle Jones, M. David Diggs, Helen Genova, (https://kesslerfoundation.org/aboutus/Helen-Genova), Marcas M. Bamman, Gary R. Cutter, John DeLuca, (https://kesslerfoundation.org/aboutus/John%20DeLuca), Robert W. Motl Tuned in to our podcast series lately? Join our listeners in 90 countries who enjoy learning about the work of Kessler Foundation. Be sure to subscribe to our SoundCloud channel “KesslerFoundation” for more research updates. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Listen to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, SoundCloud, or wherever you get your podcasts. This podcast was recorded remotely on December 15, 2021, and was edited and produced by Joan Banks-Smith, Creative Producer for Kessler Foundation.
“Too much is almost enough” is one of my favorite quotes to live by. However, being insatiable is, well, really unsatisfying. In this episode we'll explore how much is actually enough. Although we may never biohack nirvana we can learn to experience pleasure in the present rather than always looking to what's next. For weekly stories visit Trends w/ Benefits and sign up for our newsletter. If you dig this podcast please leave a short review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps a bunch. Thank you to MUDWTR for making this show possible. Learn more about Sara Russell or sign up for her 1:1 coaching here. Sara Russell on Instagram Reach out at email@example.com "Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority it is time to pause and reflect."–Mark Twain
This episode is such a special treat because you may have seen today's guest in her viral TikTok videos. Britney Crosson is an incredible woman who Cayla met online because of the exact thing she's going to teach you in this conversation. Britney began her social media journey by throwing caution to the wind and being her true self on social media, but the key ingredient was that she was having fun. Britney Crosson is a social media thought leader, host of the Social Sunshine Podcast, owner of Fun Love Media, and a fun-loving mom. Through her videos, Britney has reached millions of viewers and she is positively impacting lives all over the world. In today's discussion, Britney shares her background and love of performing, her TikTok tips and tricks, and her advice on enjoying the process of building an audience through short form videos. To book a call with a Mommy Millionaire Business Strategist please https://calendly.com/jasminemommymillionaire/mommy-millionaire-mastermind?month=2021-12&date=2021-12-09&back=1 (click here). You will learn: [2:41] - Cayla found Britney through her treadmill dance videos. [3:24] - Britney shares her background and love for performing and how TikTok gave her permission to perform in whatever way she wanted. [5:04] - Just because the path changes doesn't mean that you can't reach a similar destination. [6:20] - It takes time and development to commit to the process. [8:34] - We tend to overcomplicate a lot of things. Things that you might think are simple, it could be inspiring to others. [9:52] - Britney shares three TikTok tips to get started. [11:27] - You do not have to share everything on social media. [12:16] - As you grow and develop, your content may change, but give it time. [13:42] - Writing any form of copy is definitely a skill. This can be really impactful and you'll get better at it over time. [15:46] - For Britney, she is inspired by the music she makes videos to. [16:47] - If you are really trying to boost views, look for the trending songs. But Britney advises that if you are in a creative rut, choose something that makes you happy. [18:01] - Set a timer and spend some time enjoying TikTok as a viewer. [19:37] - The potential for growth is incredible if you are consistent. [21:10] - If you're just starting out, build an audience without selling. [23:46] - You have to balance out the entertaining posts and the call-to-action posts. [25:12] - Enjoy the process! It takes a lot of time. You are less likely to quit if you are having fun. [26:49] - People are not judging you like you think they are. Be yourself! Find Britney: https://socialsunshinepodcast.com/author/britneylee/ (Social Sunshine Podcast) https://www.tiktok.com/@britneycrosson?lang=en (TikTok) https://www.instagram.com/britneycrosson/?hl=en (Instagram) https://www.linkedin.com/in/britneycrosson/ (LinkedIn)
Smurf & Smurfette are endurance sport athletes sharing stories from the endurance sport world from everyday people just like you.This week we talk with Sydney based ultrarunner Mark Avery who attempted to break the 24 hour treadmill world record in March 2022. Mark is a family man who has tackled a number of significant ultrarunning challenges over the past few years. We chat with Mark about;* The tragedy of losing a friend to cancer and the extreme lows that followed* Speaking up and seeing a GP when life gets tough and mental health issues present themselves* How marathon running changed his life and got him back on track* His ultrarunning challenges so far, including running 1000kms from Tweed Heads to Sydney to raise funds for Gotcha4Life* What inspired him to attempt to break the 24 hour treadmill world record* The training for a 24 hour treadmill run* The highs and lows of 24 hours on a treadmill* Outrun Cancer - the amazing charity that Mark ran forShowlinkswww.smurfandsmurfette.com.auwww.cairns50.com.auWyn RepublicSFuelsRun Like A GirlOutrun CancerGotcha4LifeLifelineSmurf & Smurfette Instagram PageSmurf & Smurfette Facebook Page
The I-Pod is now a thing of the past. People who take a break from social media are happier. Little Knox Loper threw a fit at the post office because his sister, Kaylee, was selling his favorite sweatsuit. Columbus weather is just like a crazy girlfriend or boyfriend. Plus, Mr. Beast, Treadmill Trivia, gas prices, free legal advice and more!
Is Amber Heard snorting cocaine in the courtroom? The Alabama fugitives were caught in in Indiana. More bodies have been found in Lake Mead. Lou Malnati's pizza is coming to Columbus. Plus, Treadmill Trivia, dirty Minds, baby formula shortage, axolotls, bearded dragons and more!
IN THE NEWS 100 Miles for Hope is in full swing, and Jeff and Ashley are pumped up! The hosts ponder the various benefits of physical activity. THIS WEEK'S GUESTS We're doubling the fun with two professional bodybuilders and 100 Miles for Hope Ambassadors, Julia Waring and Rachelle Cannon. Both of these International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB) Figure Professional Athletes share stories of their military academy experiences, their military service and how their current status as elite athletes. RAPID FIRE Bootcamp breakdown Make-a-Wish allows young teen to attend a special Boot Camp and become a Marine for a day. Special Guests: Julia Waring and Rachelle Cannon.
Week 3 of our series Good Enough. Looking for more? Stay connected, even online! Find all kinds of resources from SouthPark Church at southparkchurch.com. Who is SouthPark Church in Charlotte, NC? We want to help those around us live life to the full. Jesus inspires us, especially when He says, “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full” (John 10:10). We are a group of imperfect people seeking to live abundant, full lives. Full life is all about loving relationships with God and each other. We'd love to hear from you. Connect with us at: https://www.southparkchurch.com/contact Owner holds Streaming License and Copyright License through CCLI.
Ann Latham is a writer, consultant, and the President of Uncommon Clarity, Inc. Known as the Queen of Clarity, her consultancy works with companies and organizations to streamline and accelerate their processes. Some of the notable clients she's worked with include Boeing, PBS, and United Way. She has synthesized many of her ideas into her books, The Power of Clarity, The Clarity Papers, and Uncommon Meetings. She is a frequent guest speaker and has been featured in publications such as Bloomberg, The New York Times, and Forbes. In this episode… Everyone says that communication is key in business, but what kind of communication? We have dozens of avenues for communication, from meetings, to emails, to software, and more. Yet, there is still so much that slips through the cracks. With the stakes being so high for companies, communication needs to be not only frequent but clear. Ann Latham's entire career has been dedicated to writing and consulting on the concept of organizational clarity. With her assistance, brands such as Boeing and Hitachi have found the cracks in their communication and progressed to great results. So what areas of your business need to be clarified? In this episode of Next Wave Leadership, Dov Pollack talks about organizational clarity with Ann Latham, writer and President of Uncommon Clarity, Inc. They discuss common issues holding companies back, such as ineffective meetings and decision making, and share practical advice for how to solve them. They also explain how treadmill verbs, SWOT analysis, and cognitive objects affect the average business. Stay tuned for all of this and much more!
As we get a first glimpse of the Big 5, host Steve Holden catches up with Spain's Chanel.He also chats to Serbia's Konstrakta, Malta's Emma Muscat and Israel's Michael Ben David.Rob Lilley also hangs out with Georgia's Circus Mircus and Denmark's Reddi as Samya Hafsaoui gives her view from the Eurovision stage.The Contest's walking encyclopedia - Sam Ross - also has more brilliant, geeky trivia.Find Steve Holden (@steve_holden_ldn), Samya Hafsaoui (@samyahafsaoui), Rob Lilley (@rslilley) and Sam Ross (@samross125) on Instagram. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today's catch up, Hughesy's got a useless treadmill, Erin asked her makeup artist to do something terrible and how about the most embarrassing story of all time? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Randi reads real workplace memos that many people can relate to. Pete Davidson already got a tattoo of the initials of Kim Kardashian's kids. A woman pees off a broken ride at Disneyland. We have a ranking of the best tasting meats. A shoplifter in Australia tried to hide items in a baby stroller. Plus, Treadmill Trivia, Dr. Stranger, What's In Randi's Box, Cinco de Mayo, airline tickets and more!
Ambition is laudable. But hustle culture extracts a cost. True, sustainable success demands groundedness.Here today to elaborate is Brad Stulberg—a writer and coach specializing in human performance and well-being. Returning for his third appearance (you can check out episodes #293 & #429).Brad is the author of three books: Peak Performance, The Passion Paradox, and his latest, the subject of today's exchange, The Practice of Groundedness. His work has appeared in the NYT, WSJ, Sports Illustrated, Wired, Forbes, GQ, TIME, & Outside. He is the co-founder of The Growth Equation newsletter & podcast alongside elite track & field coach Steve Magness.This is a conversation about striving–not out of compulsion–but from a place of wholeness and love. It's a state of mind and action Brad calls groundedness. In addition, we discuss in great detail the principles upon which to build sustainable success and a life grounded in meaning and fulfillment.Trigger Warning: We discuss a few intense mental health topics including suicidal ideation—in fairly graphic detail. So sensitive viewers please be advised.This conversation is overflowing with evidence-and-experience-based, practical, and actionable life counsel.You can also watch the magic transpire on YouTube. As always, the podcast streams free on Apple Podcasts & Spotify.Pick up Rich's lates book VOICING CHANGE Vol. II HERE.For full show notes and to read more about Terry, go HERE.Today's Sponsors:Athletic Greens: 75 whole food sourced ingredients designed to optimize 5 key areas of health. Go to: athleticgreens.com/richroll to get a FREE year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs of AG1 with your first purchase.Calm: Ease stress and get the best sleep of your life with guided meditations, sleep stories, & more Get a special limited-time promotion of 40% off a Calm Premium subscription at calm.com/richroll.Daily Harvest: Daily Harvest makes it easy to eat more fruits & vegetables with thoughtfully sourced, chef-crafted foods that are ready in 5 minutes or less. Go to dailyharvest.com/RICHROLL to get up to $40 off your first box.Liquid Death: Murder your thirst with water made by nature, not in a lab. Get free shipping on all water and merch at LiquidDeath.com/RICHROLL.Whoop: Get the WHOOP 4.O at WHOOP.com and use the code Richroll at checkout to get 15% off a membership.Enjoy the show!Peace + Plants,Rich See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Spending time with God on the Treadmill and he revealed this to me. Over the weekend I had a conversation that caught me off guard. When this happened it made me question who I am as a person and how god made my personality. Seek God for the answers to the questions that are in your head. But don't allow the enemy to steal what God intended for Good. We are all human and it hurts, but keep moving forward. Don't allow the worlds cancel culture stop what God's put on your life. What God has for you is for you. Keep moving forward. Instagram- instagram.com/yoursweetestlifewithstephaniej Facebook- facebook.com/yoursweetestlifewithstephaniej Website-www.yoursweetestlife.com Email- firstname.lastname@example.org Sweetlife Home and Lifestyle shop-https://yoursweetestlife.myshopify.com/
2:37 TYL's Exotic Blood Work - Heart Health, Longevity, Inflammation8:19 Curcumin and Berberine for lower Glucose levels9:28 C Reactive Protein Blood Test12:46 Hemoglobin A1C Causes Disease15:05 TYL's TRT Blood Work Makes No Sense18:45 Sam's Crazy Lab Work! Advanced Lipid Testing25:31 Govt Nutrition Info Wrong! Conspiracy / Corruption28:36 Sugar is Poison! TYL Loves It :)31:37 Cutting Protocols & Fasting39:41 New Compound! DNP 2.0!48:26 Sam's Cutting Stack51:49 TYL Hates Cardio Rant52:45 Sam's Treadmill Hack / Knees Over Toes59:38 Do You Need to Train Forearms? Best Forearm Machine!63:30 Sam's Building a Gym!Test Your Levels Linkshttps://taplink.cc/testyourlevelsYoutube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-xAd1-SQ6ooGpXiu_Uln6wInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/testyourlevels/TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@testyourlevels?Sam Stolts Linkshttp://bit.ly/sam-stolt-linksYoutube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAOWpCd7-DhAGs8BR3y8_HQInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/sam.stolt/TikTok - https://email@example.com?David Demesquita Linkshttps://taplink.cc/dynamite_dYoutube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxjheFb2GYN1iHdPgFjzwCQInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/dynamite_d/#MensHealthPodcast #TestosteronePodcast #BodybuildingPodcast
We started the day with the biggest mess in the building. When it comes to dating, do you call these red flags or green flags? A guy called his wife's hoohah a black hole while she was giving birth. Donald Trump says he will not return to Twitter. Plus, Treadmill Trivia, Dirty Minds, Johnny Depp, The Way down, texting evolution and more!
In this episode Joe & Tom talk about road running vs treadmill running. They bust a whole lot of bullshit, like riding on Zwift when its nice and sunny. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A woman is more likely to cheat if she has one of these. Little Knox Loper made his granny cry. We have survival tips you always thought were true, but they are myths. The Mexican Pizza is coming back to Taco Bell. Loper was the dojo master at 14 years old. Plus, Treadmill Trivia, Dirty Minds, Jesse Watters admission, childhood dogsMetal Lords and more!
Before they found their way into gyms, treadmills had a much darker history. In the 19th Century, they could most commonly be found in prisons. In contrast to their modern track record of improving health, the Victorians saw treadmills as a way to explicitly inflict pain and punishment. A tool for ‘grinding men good' through gruelling hours of physical activity. What were the moral rationalisations of this corporal punishment? Who was the inventor responsible for these machines? And what cautionary tales can we learn from this punishing chapter of penal history? We answer all these questions and more on the show today with the help of Rosaline Crone, a Senior Lecturer in History at the Open University who specialised in nineteenth-century criminal justice history. For more History Hit content, subscribe to our newsletters here.If you'd like to learn even more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today!To download, go to Android or Apple store. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Guys can now get shock therapy on their nads to help them "last longer". Britney Spears is pregnant. A Karen tries to steal water bottles from a fancy restaurant. Loper and Randi once got high with Lzzy Hale's parents. A husband sent his twin brother to his wife's family reunion because he did not want to go. Plus, Treadmill Trivia, Elon and Twitter, Myrtle Beach drama, Krispy Kreme and more!
CJ Albertson joins us a week before the 2022 Boston Marathon to discuss his training leading into the race and his racing strategy — TL;DR CJ is filthy fit at the moment. CJ addresses the haters questioning his decision to run a solo 2:10 marathon 3 weeks out from Boston at the Modesto Marathon. We also break down his training philosophy, the supplements he takes, his recovery routine, how he coaches himself, balancing training, teaching, and coaching as a new father, and we get your listener questions answered. Follow CJ on Instagram @CJAlbertson Watch the video version of this podcast on Spotify or YouTube: https://youtu.be/T3CbIET1Nio Brought to you by MANSCAPED: Use code BEERMILE for 20% Off + Free Shipping at MANSCAPED.COM Use code CROBERTSON20 for 20% Off at Athletic Brewing Beer: https://athletic-brewing-co.sjv.io/gbGWzA Help us grow the show: Sauce us a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts and Spotify Join our Patreon for exclusive, uncut and uncensored content + big giveaways: https://www.patreon.com/beermile Subscribe to Beer Mile Media on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/beermilemedia Topics: 0:00 Intro brought to you by MANSCAPED 9:10 Breaking down CJ's training and 2:10 marathon 3 weeks before the Boston Marathon 15:07 Addressing the haters 18:00 Is CJ's marathon PR of 2:11 weak? 19:28 Boston racing strategy for 2022 and being ahead by over 2 minutes at halfway in the 2021 Boston Marathon 24:00 Wanting to be the fastest American at the 2022 Boston Marathon 25:14 Taper plans into the race 26:23 How CJ coaches himself and structures his training 33:43 Balancing training with being a father and college coach 37:51 Breaking world records - 50km world record (2:42), indoor marathon world record (2:17), treadmill marathon in 2:09 40:17 Treadmill setup 43:50 Red light therapy 44:55 Supplements and recovery routine 50:38 Starting a supplement company 56:02 Arm routine 58:07 400m time right now 58:36 50 mile, 100km, 100 mile debuts 1:01:57 Why is Fresno one of the best places to train? 1:04:30 Poopgate 1:05:11 Closing questions 1:08:20 Cutting the tongues out of his shoes 1:10:05 Words of wisdom 1:10:50 Outro brought to you by MANSCAPED Social Follow Beer Mile Media on Instagram Follow Beer Mile Media on Facebook Follow Beer Mile Media on Twitter Follow Beer Mile Media on TikTok Join the Beer Mile Strava Club Follow Chris on Strava Follow Chris on Instagram --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beer-mile-media/support
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Topics discussed on today's show: April Fools Day, Johnny's Fight, Fake April Fools Products, Coming Up In April, Birthdays, Hstory Quiz, The Treadmill, Kids Eat Vegetables, Signs You Might Have Coddled Your Kids, Roasting Teachers, 20 in 22, Why did your teacher get fired?, Stay Or Go: Swerve, New Music Friday, and Apologies.
What's the difference between walking or running overground versus on a treadmill? Dr. Jonathan Su, the Get-Fit Guy, gives you the lowdown on how treadmill momentum and uneven terrain play a role in your workout and why you should care. Read the transcript on Quick and Dirty Tips. Subscribe to the newsletter to get more fitness tips. Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Links: https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/podcasts https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/subscribe https://www.facebook.com/GetFitGuy https://twitter.com/GetFitGuy
This week Dave and Joe, Chasing Tomorrow podcast co-show hosts, interview Luca Turrini. Luca held the world record for the longest distance covered on a treadmill in 24 hours. Born in Italy, Luca now lives in Sydney where he fundraises for Cancer research and in so doing inspires others to make a difference through his commitment to running. His story starts the day he stopped smoking a pack of cigarettes and started running.
There is a bunch of new dirt out about Urban Meyer's time in Jacksonville. Kid Rock was on Tucker Carlson on FOX News last night. You can bring your own snacks to the movie theater....what is your favorite? Spring Break is different it places it used to be. Plus, pet stuff, Treadmill Trivia, Mahomed Hadid, Amanda Bynes, Red Hot Chili Peppers, going to Vegas and more!
"I've made it here. I'm good with that. I'm going to start this race as me. However I finish, I'm still me." I love a live show! The day before the United Airlines NYC Half (thanks to New Balance, New York Road Runners, and the 1 Hotel Central Park South), I had the pleasure of hosting a live recording of the Ali on the Run Show with returning podcast guests Becs Gentry and Nev Schulman. (Shout-out to the live audience: You were a great crowd, and you were so much fun! Thank you for being there.) This banter-filled conversation covered everything from Becs and Nev's approaches to running and dealing with dark moments on the run, to peeing in the ocean and mastering the art of "The McDash." You'll laugh, you'll gasp (the collective sound in the room when Nev asserted that treadmill running "isn't real running," oh my...), and I hope you'll enjoy. (Oh, and by the way: The fastest marathon ever on a treadmill was run by former Ali on the Run Show guest CJ Albertson! He covered 26.2 miles on a treadmill in 2:09:58.) SPONSOR: New Balance. Click here to learn all about the conversations New Balance is having to promote mental wellness. Follow Becs: Instagram @becsgentry Follow Nev: Instagram @nevschulman Twitter @nevschulman Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!
(00:00-8:15): Brian and Aubrey discussed David French's blog post at The French Press, “The Best of Christian Compassion, the Worst of Religious Power.” (8:15-17:01): Seth Heydinger and his wife, Dina, serve as Word of Life Missionaries in Poland. Seth joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about their ministry and how they've been helping Ukrainian refugees. You can support the Ukraine Emergency Fund and Ukrainian Care Fund at wol.org And you can support Seth and Dina's ministry with Word of Life at give.wol.org/sethheydinger (17:01-26:37): Brian and Aubrey reflected on Dr. Scot McKnight's newsletter, “The Treadmill called “Success.” (26:37-35:56): How can we better understand the historical and cultural context of the Bible? Brian and Aubrey talked about this and shared their thoughts on thenivbible.com blog post, “The Bible Is for Our Time, But Not About Our Time.” (35:56-47:20): Dr. Danny Huerta, Vice President of Parenting and Youth at Focus on the Family, joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about his book, “7 Traits of Effective Parenting,” and ways we can have conversations with kids about tough topics. Order Danny's book, “7 Traits of Effective Parenting” on Amazon or at store.focusonthefamily.com Check out great parenting resources at focusonthefamily.com/parenting And tune in to Focus on the Family weekdays at 11:30am (CT) on AM 1160 Hope for Your Life. (47:20-56:05): Christie Anthony, Director of Operations for SOS International, and Hannah Weehunt, Director of Marketing for SOS International, joined Aubrey to share about the ministry impact of SOS International. Give online at 1160hope.com or call 866-343-4717 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We go back in time to discuss Loper's old girlfriends right up until he got with Randi. Jelly Roll called in to the show this morning. Dolly Parton turned down the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. We now know why you don't see cats on television shows. Wrestler, Scott Hall, aka Razor Ramon, passed away. Plus, Treadmill Trivia, Kanye vs Pete Davidson, concealed carry law, crazy Tom Brady fan and more!
Welcome back! Today we're doing a 50 minute full body interval workout. We have three 15 minute intervals, so get ready to SWEAT! Reminder! If you haven't checked out our FREE 4-week PodWorkouts program - you can find it HERE. If at any point in the podcast you need extra time to get a station set up, put equipment away, or rest, feel free to pause the workout and hop right back in when you're ready. As always, we're focused on QUALITY over QUANTITY. If at any time you feel unsafe doing these movements, stop and ask questions before moving forward. You can always reach us for help on Instagram @podworkouts! *If you feel uncomfortable with a barbell, you can always substitute the movement with dumbbells. If you have questions about using a barbell for the first time, check out our intro to barbell video HERE. Lastly, if this workout was helpful to you, do us a favor and leave a 5 star review and recommend us to your friends who also need a little help staying motivated at the gym. We appreciate it! . E Q U I P M E N T: Cardio Equipment (Rower, Treadmill, Bike) Rig Bench Barbell . Part A Starts At - (2:55) 15 min EMOM: Min 1) :40 Row/Bike/Run Min 2) Air Squats Min 3) Inchworms w. Push Up . Part B Starts At - (18:11) 15 min EMOM: Min 1) 10 Wide Grip Bench Press Min 2) 12 Bench Dips Min 3) :30 Hollow Hold . Part C Starts At - (35:15) 15 min EMOM: Min 1) 10 Back Squats Min 2) 6 Back Rack Reverse Lunges Min 3) :40 Forearm Plank --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/podworkouts/support
Topics discussed on today's show: Heidi's Sick, Go To Self Remedies, Birthdays, History Quiz, The Treadmill, Ask A Woman: What makes a Man?, Get The Fake Out, What are you cutting back on?, Side Gigs, Telemarketers, Snoring, So Wasted And Hurt, and Apologies.