You might find hidden meaning in this title, but today, Mark & Froy bounce off ideas reflecting on workout environments, mentality, and more musings you always love to hear from the Functional Meatheads. (Originally from 3/24/15)
Mark and Froy both suffered injuries recently and both had signs before the injuries onset, but they either didn’t listen or didn’t know what to look for. Tune in and hear what they’ve learned, and how to be more mindful of what your body may be telling you.
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 presents the “morning rituals” of master trainer and BJJ black belt instructor, Steve Maxwell, as Maxwell shared on his appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience. These are practices Maxwell does every morning upon waking to keep himself healthy. They’re applicable to anyone, but particular helpful as you age. Tune in!
Mark and Froy get into a discussion on the psychology of a trainer, which leads into talking about the criticism Dr Oz has found himself under lately.
The show starts by talking about projects with activated charcoal, progresses into what a “skill workout” means, and why you can’t define or evaluate your health by your movement alone. And of course, tongue scraping
We share a project in minimalism and that leads into a discussion on how to keep your body limber & your mind free of clutter to keep your stress levels down.