We field a lot of questions about diets, particularly the popularity of ketogenic (aka ketosis) and protein heavy diets, so we decided to revisit some of our experiences with specific diets (branded or scientifically based otherwise), with new and old insights. Then it goes… well wherever it goes. Download and let us know what you think!
We also get into an interesting digression on what art can tell us about fitness? We should have posted this a few weeks ago, considering it was recorded the day after the Super Bowl, BUT, a good discussion nonetheless!
Sharing personal experiences is a powerful way to communicate: it’s never something we’ve shied away from on this show. In today’s episode, we hit this idea from a different light, using Jack Kornfield’s book “A Path with Heart” as a reference point. That serves as the deep-thinking counterbalance to the sensible strength training and weight loss advice we get into later in the show (which is light and “practical”).
We sit down solo and discuss a number of topics, but the running theme is how to really think about making important changes that will yield healthy results in your life. It’s not easy to implement always, but we try to make it painless. We also muse on how to make the office and workplace healthier in 2016
We are on a mini hiatus (continuing education trips across the globe for Mark while Froy is busy training and nurturing a successful, growing business), but we never want to leave you hanging! So, flex your “Netflix muscle” and enjoy an onslaught of new episodes… all at once! Space em’ out or binge on them: the choice is yours. Up first is an episode recorded back in August, but never quite saw the light of day til now. It’s one of our favorite topics to ponder: the future of fitness. Enjoy!
How’s that for a title? The past 7 days have seen some really strange, sad, tragic, and surprising events. From the tragic acts of terror in Paris, to Ronda Rousey losing in shocking fashion to Holly Holm in the UFC Women’s Bantamweight division, there is a strange pattern that emerges, but something that should give everyone hope. We explore (and try to relate it to strength and conditioning).
Mark & Froy talk about recent musings and observations on nutrition and lifestyle habits in their own lives, the lives of those they’ve come in contact with, and more.