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The world’s top authority on intelligent muscle building and fat loss gives us a simple to understand deep dive into the complex world of building a body you love, and living your greatness. Weekly interviews with leading experts in a vast number of scientific fields focusing on health optimization (nutrition, sleep, hormones, mindfulness and mind set), strength, (both physical and mental), and muscle hypertrophy. Learn proven strategies for optimum life performance, whether it be in the gym ...
 
The Kinobody Podcast by Greg O’Gallagher is a no-nonsense look at training and nutrition, based on a minimalist approach for building strength and muscle while shedding off body fat to build the lean and ripped physique you want. You’ll discover how to get stronger, leaner and build a more aesthetic physique than ever before - without wasting hours in the gym or obsessing over everything you eat. From nutrition hacks that make losing fat nearly effortless to strength training tactics that he ...
 
All About Fitness is a free podcast that explores how exercise can successfully manage the aging process. From popular fitness programs to recently-developed exercise equipment, discover new trends and evidence-based solutions that can help you slow down the effects of time and stress on your body. No matter your age, learn how to burn calories, build stronger muscles and get YOUR best body straight from the people who conduct the research, invent the products and create the workouts that ma ...
 
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Lifting weights, cardio, flexibility, mobility, high-intensity, low-intensity, interval or steady-state there are many different ways to exercise, and from enhancing your health to sculpting muscles to improving athletic performance each can provide specific benefits. It doesn’t matter what type of exercise you do, but if you want the benefits from…
 
Why do you exercise? Some are motivated to look better. Others may want to optimize their health. While still others may want to enjoy their favorite activities, including exercise itself. Why not do all 3? Yes, you can exercise to look better. Yes, exercise can improve your health. And, YES, exercise itself should be fun! Tony Horton knows how to …
 
The modern fitness industry began in the early 1970s. The folks who have been working out consistently since exercise became popular are now in their 60s and 70s and have completely redefined the aging process. Kathy Smith has been a fitness icon ever since Ronald Reagan was President and MTV actually played music videos; she has promoted the benef…
 
Aging is inevitable, it WILL happen, but HOW you age is up to you. Over the past 10 years of studying how exercise affects the aging process I have written blog posts and articles, delivered presentations at conferences all over the world and started this podcast to share what I have learned in an effort to help others learn how exercise can slow d…
 
When you strength train, you know exactly how much weight you are lifting. When you go for a run, you know exactly how far you travel. You use a thermostat to measure your temperature. A heart-rate monitor allows you to quantify how hard you are working when you exercise. Data lets us know exactly how our body is performing, but are you collecting …
 
Football is the most popular spectator sport in the United States. From the time training camps start in the summer until the Lombardi trophy is hoisted by the victor of the Super Bowl in the depths of winter, Americans are consumed with following their favorite teams and players. While it looks easy on TV, playing football at the collegiate and pr…
 
There are only 32 teams in the National Football League; each team maintains an active roster of 55 players with 14 more individuals on the practice squad for a total of 69. This means that of all of the athletes who have ever played football at the high school or college level there are only 2,208 positions available at the professional level. Ear…
 
Where do you get your exercise information from; do you train like a bodybuilder or an athlete? The human body was made to move and in order to get the best results, your workouts programs should feature different types of movement to engage ALL of your muscles, not just one or two at a time. This Quick Fit Tip uses the start of gridiron football s…
 
How does a young girl who starts out at 'Mommy and Me' gymnastics end up as a young woman with multiple All-American honors as a collegiate gymnast? Olivia Karas fell in love with gymnastics and pursued her passion to the point of earning a scholarship to the University of Michigan where she helped the team win multiple Big 10 championships. Her fa…
 
How do you get fired up? What inspires you to perform your best? Where do you find the motivation to achieve a challenging goal? Todd Durkin is a strength coach, fitness studio owner, author, podcast host and motivational speaker who wrote his latest book, Get Your Mind Right, to share his principles for how to find the motivation to reach your goa…
 
How do you respond when life becomes difficult? Challenge, stress and change are all a part of life, it would be naive to think otherwise; do you have the skill and ability to overcome adversity? Have you developed strategies that allow you to successfully navigate stressful situations? Thom Shea is a retired Navy SEAL who served more than 20 years…
 
Whether it's dealing with a structure fire, responding to a multi-vehicle car crash or fighting an explosive wildfire, the men and women of the fire services are athletes who must be physically prepared to operate at a high-level of performance for a wide variety of unpredictable situations. Depending on whether they work in an urban, suburban or r…
 
Tearing the achilles tendon that connects the large calf muscle to the heel bone is a major injury that could derail your fitness efforts for up to a full year (depending on the severity of the injury and the healing period). Two recent guests of All About Fitness, Tony Gentilcore and Dr. Jay Dawes, experienced calf injuries and achilles tears that…
 
Fire fighters, law enforcement, first responders and military have something in common with professional athletes: they rely on their bodies to be able to perform their jobs and should have a high level of fitness to operate at their highest level of ability. The term 'tactical athlete' refers to those professions who have to use their bodies while…
 
Over the past 20 years a whole new category of fitness has evolved: conditioning programs that meet the specific needs of military and first responders. Other than the fitness requirements to get hired, many departments did not have specific fitness protocols and the employees were left to working out on their own, often following bodybuilding prog…
 
Yes, consistent exercise is important, but the quickest way to get the results you want from your workouts is training like an athlete. No, that doesn't mean doing endless sprints or shuttle runs until you drop, but it DOES mean taking an intelligent approach to your workouts and learning how to properly use intensity to make your muscles stronger.…
 
One of the greatest things about exercise is the power that it has to change lives. Yes, looking good is important, but having the health, strength and ability to enjoy life and do all of your favorite activities, or fall in love with new ones, is even more important. Vance Hinds is an attorney from Texas who used to weigh 475 pounds; like many peo…
 
Life happens; it can be vey easy to become caught up in the demands of job and family and overlook little things like health and fitness. On this second Quick Fit Tip related to men's health, I share the results of my recent physical and, more importantly, talk about some of the changes I am making as a result. On this episode of All About Fitness,…
 
In the game of life, it's not how you start, it's how you finish that really matters. Ron Williams overcame a challenging start to his life to go on to become an accomplished bodybuilder. A multiple winner of the Mr. Natural Olympia and Mr. Natural Universe titles, Ron achieved phenomenal success without having to resort to to the use of performanc…
 
Once a man becomes a husband and father it can be easy to become so focused on work in order to provide for the family that things like health and wellness take a backseat. Unfortunately in many cases it's not until a catastrophic health event like the diagnosis of a disease or a heart attack that a man realizes that he has overlooked his health. I…
 
Approximately 60% of American adults live with some kind of chronic health condition. Many diseases like diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol and obesity are preventable with healthy lifestyle choices like exercise and good nutrition. However, even if you workout regularly and watch what you eat, it's still important to make your health a prio…
 
A healthy diet for an active body needs ALL macronutrients, specifically: protein for tissue repair, healthy fat to support physiological functions and carbohydrates to provide energy for high-intensity activities as well as supporting muscle growth. Food is fuel for your body; if you like to exercise and being physically active then you need the p…
 
Alcohol, drugs, gambling. shopping, sex and food are all known addictions; however one category is missing - that of processed food. Yes, that's right, not just food but processed food. Many processed foods have been chemically engineered to have the same effect on your brain as drugs like cocaine or heroin. It's important to realize that if you fi…
 
The purpose of a business is to generate a profit by delivering a product or service to customers. The primary business model of the fitness industry is based on collecting monthly membership dues to have access to a facility to use the equipment and/or take instructor-led exercise classes. Because the membership model can provide a consistent reve…
 
Insanity = Repeating the same thing over and over yet expecting different results. The longer you follow an exercise program, the greater the risk of a plateau. Periodization refers to a structured program that alternates between periods of high, moderate and low intensity exercise in order to maximize the benefits of rest and recovery. Learn how p…
 
Where's your favorite place to exercise? Yes, a hard workout with friends at the gym can make you feel great, but when was the last time you took the time to get out in nature and use that as your gym? Not just exercising outside, but getting off the grid and out into real nature? Melanie Webb is a personal trainer with a background in biology who …
 
The old proverb, "Necessity is the mother of invention" accurately sums up how Sarah Bowmar has evolved from a young woman interested in working out to being on stage as a fitness competitor to promoting fitness programs on social media to starting a supplement company with her husband, Bowmar Nutrition. Throughout her career in fitness, Sarah has …
 
The more that researchers study sleep, the more they learn about how important it is for optimal health. In a recent study published in the journal Nature Communications, researchers observed that adults between the ages of 50 and 70 who average less than 6 hours of sleep per night had a 30% HIGHER risk of developing dementia and losing cognitive f…
 
There are all sorts of gimmicks and fads that are marketed as nutrition solutions for rapid weight loss or muscle growth. Don't be misled by any of that hype, because it is the fuel for how your body functions, proper nutrition is essential for optimal health. Your body needs ALL macronutrients: protein, fat AND carbohydrates. This Quick Fit Tip is…
 
Once upon a time the prevailing thought was that athletes should AVOID lifting weights because adding muscle would reduce their athletic ability which explains why football players had two-a-day practices and baseball players had spring training; they had to get in playing shape for their respective sports. Now in 2021 most high school athletes rec…
 
Regular physical activity is essential for optimal health, especially for children who crave activity. Exercise is physical activity for a purpose, while general physical activity includes all of the daily tasks related to living such as walking to the store, taking the stairs or doing yard work. Even though modern technology has sought to remove t…
 
Fitness is having the ability to do what you want to do when you want to do. Aging happens to everyone but consistent exercise, along with other healthy habits, like good nutrition and sleep, can slow down the effects of time. No matter how old you are right now, tomorrow you will be one day older; but don't worry, staying fit will give you the fre…
 
Mike Fitch is a movement coach and personal trainer who realized that while lifting weights can build a strong body, too much could cause injuries. In an effort to find a way to strength train with a lower risk of injury, Mike began experimenting with different types of bodyweight exercises. Starting with gymnastics and evolving into parkour, hand …
 
Fitness can happen anywhere there is space to move. Brandon Wagner and Marc Coronel are personal trainers from Tucson, AZ and Las Vegas, NV, respectively; they are also master trainers, educators who travel the world to teach other personal trainers how to design the workout programs that produce results! On this episode, Brandon and Marc share the…
 
From improving health to burning calories to growing muscle to slowing down the aging process, exercise provides many important benefits. However, there is not one single type of workout that you should be doing, rather, performing a variety of different activities can be the best way to achieve the results that you want from your fitness routine. …
 
The fitness lifestyle that began in the U.S. has grown to all parts of the globe; from Manhattan to Moscow to Manila, customers flock to gyms and studios in pursuit of sculpted bodies. Jack Thomas grew up in the U.K. and ended up in Bangkok where he opened BASE, a fitness studio. Jack also hosts the Fitness Business Asia podcast and on this episode…
 
The Kaatsu Method, also known as vascular occlusion, uses pressure bands worn during exercise to cause blood flow restriction which stimulates rapid muscle growth. Dr. Jim Stray-Gundersen is a medical doctor and exercise physiologist who has been very involved in the US Olympic training program for a number of years. Dr. Stray-Gundersen has develop…
 
Over the course of the aging process, the human body can lose up to 10% of muscle mass per decade but strength training can slow down this muscle loss. Robert Linkul is a personal trainer who helps his older adult clients add muscle and become stronger as they age. On this episode, Robert discusses the benefits of strength training for slowing down…
 
Lis Halfpapp and Fred Devito teach barre, an exercise format featuring light weights and bodyweight movements to produce tremendous results. This episode features co-host Tricia Murphy Madden and discusses a method of exercise that can help maintain optimal health well into the later years. Lis and Fred are in their 60s with energy levels and appea…
 
Aging happens, there is nothing that can be done to stop or reverse the passage of time; HOWEVER, regular exercise could help slow the aging process allowing us to maintain optimal health well into our later years. Dr. Norman Lazarus is a MD and PhD who researches exercise and aging, on this episode he shares what he has learned from studying maste…
 
Dr. Daniel Levitin was a musician who earned a PhD in cognitive psychology and became an expert in neuroscience; his book, Successful Aging, reviews how the body changes over the course of the aging process and identifies what we can do to extend our health span. On this episode, Dr. Levitin talks about his book as well as sharing key insights on w…
 
Chronological aging is the length of time that you have been alive and began the moment you were born. Biological aging refers to the normal degradation of cells, tissues and organs that occurs as a result of the passage of time. Successful aging is aging free from disease and with optimal levels of cognitive and physical function. This Quick Fit T…
 
The Paleo diet is based on how our hunter-gatherer ancestors ate as they roamed the land looking for sustenance, but is it right for the 21st century? Dr. Herman Pontzer is a professor at Duke University who studies how the human metabolism varies among different peoples around the globe and wrote the book, Burn which looks how our metabolism has e…
 
Fat is an essential component of our bodies and could be considered an organ. Yes, having too much fat could be bad for you and cause disease, but your body does need some fat to control many essential functions. Dr. Sylvia Tara has her PhD in Biochemistry and wanted to know why it could be so difficult to eliminate unwanted fat from the body; the …
 
Katee Sackhoff is an actress known for her commitment to her craft which includes looking great on camera. It takes a tremendous amount of work and dedication to achieve the appearance required to land top roles. On this episode, Katee shares how she got started in acting, why she loves to exercise, her experience with a Spartan Race and the motiva…
 
Gunnar Peterson is a personal trainer and strength coach who works with high profile clients whose time is money. He applies the science of exercise to create time-efficient workouts that produce results for his clients. On this episode, Gunnar talks about how he designs the exercise programs for the bodies seen on movie and television screens all …
 
Success requires hard work, the ability to network with others and timing. Shannon Fable has had many roles over the course of her fitness industry career: instructor, program director, presenter, business owner, board chairperson and consultant. On this episode, Shannon talks about her career growth, how to move to the next level of responsibility…
 
From lifting heavy weights to running for incredible distances we are constantly pushing the limits of what the human body can do. In his book Endure, journalist Alex Hutchinson explores the science of endurance training, documenting how scientists and athletes are working together to explore the outer limits of human performance. On this throwback…
 
For years the belief was that high intensity interval training (HIIT) was too intense for the average individual, however, HIIT has become a popular fitness trend. Dr. Martin Gibala was one of the first researchers to study the health benefits of HIIT. Dr. Gibala's work on the benefits of HIIT for non-athletes is one reason why it has become a main…
 
Which do you think would provide better results from a workout? 30 minutes of running on a treadmill at a steady pace, OR running on a treadmill as fast as possible for 20 seconds, taking a 10 second break and repeating 7 more times for a total of 4 minutes? High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is a popular trend because it can deliver results i…
 
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