… and other practical advice for training this winter. A lot happened in the past few weeks: we try to make sense of it all, and talk about our favorite topic: mindfulness. However, this time, we do so with the theme being evolution; from your training, to your mind, and the way you live your life.
The big news last week was the World Health Organization’s study on processed meat and it’s connection to cancer. We felt it brought up some interesting issues in the psyche of the public and our discussion was transformed into something much deeper on mental health, happiness and how we live our lives. Spoiler alert: Sometimes you just need to jump off the ship! Warning: Great, but deep conversation.
Steve Maxwell, one of the “patron saints” of Functional Meatheads, joins us for a long chat on how to use your training to for optimal living, training for fun and for sport, and many other topics. This was a special one. He even tells us how he trained Royce Gracie for UFC 1!
The return! Recorded during our hiatus, this one is about the spirit of giving (it was from Christmas after all), but more importantly, we discuss ways to make lasting changes in your life (and reminisce over some bad ones).
Mark and Froy ponder how to figure out what is really working in your workout regimen and then get into a range of topics on balancing out health in your life.
Mark and Froy talk recovering from injury, particularly rib injuries, but the meat of the show is about what health problems “millennials” will face.
Froy & Mark often talk about the old expression of health being a journey. What does it actually mean though? They share stories from their training past to give you better insight.