Dr Webster and I discuss the latest research from the Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports who examined the effects of different types of exercise on the body’s ability to process glucose.
One group already had healthy glucose metabolism.
The second group included those with type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes.
Here is what we address and have known for years.
HIIT/burst training and it relation to fat burning, cardiovascular health, detox/cleansing
Benefits of Burst that directly benefit bone health- physical impact, reduced cortisol/stress, lowered inflammation.
What I find interesting/frustrating is how science doesn't interview or care to interview the practitioners such as personal trainers and the results they receive with their clients.
If they had, they could have learned about the results we/I was having with my clients more than twenty years ago.
Coach Mo discusses the stress some people with Orthorexia-Obsessive Behavior create. A fear for being unhealthy and low quality food.
These people limit their food to only a certain few choices. They obsess and become unhealthy in their quest to be as healthy as possible.
What is the driver behind this focus?
What else are these people missing out on in life?
Orthorexia is difficult to recognize for most.
What is the level of discipline that is acceptable and where is the line that needs to be drawn to prevent becoming obsessed to the point of being unhealthy?
What are some of the signs?
It's allergy season and some people cannot avoid serious symptoms which can affect their ability to work and function in normal everyday life.
Evidence suggests chronic sinus infection may increase risk of stroke.
Sinusitis is a major cost to the economy in terms of healthcare cost, time off work and lost productivity
Symptoms include facial pain and pressure, headaches, nasal congestion, nasal drainage, postnasal drainage,fever.
Are you contributing to your allergy issues? What alternatives are there for chronic sufferers?
My good friend Dr. Cary Theivagt joins us to discuss treatment options to prevent long term damage of your health. his website www.rgv-vent.com
The healthy aging market is a multi-billion dollar industry. The recent advancements in genetic science show us that a customized healthy aging solution is not a guessing game of trial and error.
We're going back to basics today discussing the benefits of certain foods, supplements and exercise
The latest genetic research shows us the way we age is highly affected by that person’s unique genetic profile.
If the food and supps you're consuming don't align with your genetics, you may be accelerating your aging process.
Fish oil and its ability to reduce plaque, exercise & its anti-aging benefits & low glycemic foods all slow the aging process.
If you’re not adopting these benefits you may and wonder why your mother or father is looking back at you in the mirror at such as young age, you may want to impede that process right away.
Visit: www.geneticdirection.com and learn more about GxRenew to gain insight about the food, exercise routine and supplements that best align with your genetic make-up to help slow the aging process
Some times we put too much pressure on ourselves to succeed and when we don't receive what we want when we want, we often lose motivation.
In this episode we discuss the downfalls of expecting too much too soon from exercise, whether with a personal trainer or on your own.
The Lancet published a study that said the best way to counter the serious health risks of sitting throughout the day was to exercise at least one hour per day. This does not take into account eating habits.
Coach mo, Dr Webster and myself, doing our best to info the world one person at a a time
We discuss how a seemingly healthy person, Bob Harper, 51, as star trainer turned host on The Biggest Loser suffered from a heart attack while working out in a New York City gym.
Harper says genetics are to blame.
Some questions Dr. Tim Church answers in this episode:
Why does a 51 year old trainer have a heart attack?
Did his diet and exercise habits help him?
Factors to consider and not focus on one: Anxiety, chronic inflammation, hormones, genetics
The most important risk factor will surprise you
Not all signs are obvious
Can too much exercise cause heart attack?
In this episode we discuss investigative reporter Scott Carney's What Doesn't Kill Us: How Freezing Water, Extreme Altitude, and Environmental Conditioning WilL Renew Our Lost Evolutionary Strength
Matching Your Food Fitness To Female Physiology Selene Yeager
In this episode famous nutrition and exercise doctor, Dr Tim Church Tina Bernet and I discuss how modern technology has provided convenient and efficient tools for us to use to measure exercise and motivate us.
Millions of people buy infomercial exercise equipment and eating programs because they believe they're going to look like the person on T.V. They also feel entitled to have their desired body while disregarding all of the consistent hard work that goes into transforming thoughts and behaviors to realize the outcome they desire.
A new norm isn't created because you purchased an exercise device, or diet program. A new norm is created through repetition and use of tools designed to move you in the direction you want to go…in any facet of your life.
How does a company like Fitbit motivate owners of the device to actually use it, and to do so with consistency?
What changes did they make to motivate people?
A UK, Australian and U.S. survey shows an estimated 30% of Fitbit owners do not use them.
The show took some turns we didn’t expect but it was all salient commentary to guide you in the right direction for the change you seek. We recognized the importance of individuality and case-by-case scenarios rather than a blanket statement of what people “Should” do to affect change
In this episode,we discuss Training Ecosystems with former
NFL great Dave Vobora and his Adaptive Training
Are you currently in the “alike”ecosystem? This is where you
align with those akin to your personality, goals and competition
level. i.e. Alpha/Alpha or Yogi/Yogi (Psychology of natural
Are you in the “unalike” ecosystem?
Integrating your training with those who have very different
physical tools and focusing on championing each other
(Psycho-Social effect/affect of diverse habitat
Or a combination of ecosystems to achieve your best self?
We help you identify current impediments to progress and
help you see other perspectives that can motivate you beyond
your current state.
And these preferences are shaping our genomes.
I saw this as interesting and factual, but a bit misleading.
Why? I discuss an important variable not discussed in the study about how we can change our gene pool
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My guest is Dr. Alvin Berger is an expert in lipid signaling molecular biology.
He has 30 years of research experience in nutritional and pharmaceutical sciences in both academic and commercial settings.
He holds a MS degree and a Ph. D in Lipid- and Nutritional Biochemistry, and Post-doctoral experience at Georgetown University/Lombardi Cancer Center in lipid signaling molecular biology.
In this episode he discusses the huge health and fat loss benefits of MCToil. Including its effects on sustainable energy during exercise, brain function, blood sugar balance for diabetics.
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