Tag: maftraining

11
Aug

Highlights From The Get Over Yourself Podcast, Part 2

What a privilege it has been to have featured so many wonderful guests on this show! I have had so much fun connecting with such a wide-ranging group of people, all from different walks of life,…

07
Aug

Andre Obradovic Commentary

(Breather) Sometimes, the best conversations happen when the “record” button is already off and the interview is technically “done.” I’ve promised since the beginning of this podcast to also do my best to capture the compelling…

31
Jul

Listener Q&A – Pacing Yourself To Avoid Burnout and Taming The Competitive Ego

(Breather) One great question from Mike about how to return to running after a long layoff opens up a great discussion on the topic of pacing yourself appropriately to avoid the all too common breakdown, burnout,…

03
Jul

Listener Q&A – Toning Down Type-A Approach Over Time, The Dilemma Between “Fun” Workouts That Are Stressful and “Boring” Workouts That Are Restorative, And Balancing Aerobic, Strength, and Sprint Workouts Year-Round

(Breather) This Q&A breather episode exhibits great insights about evolving one’s approach over time from super competitive to enjoying the experience of nature and aging gracefully. Connor writes in about the dilemma of doing super fun…

19
Jun

Listener Q&A – MAF Heart Rate Training, Parenting, Minimizing Blue Light, and Controversial Guests

(Breather) An interesting mix of questions gives an opportunity to sound off on important insights covered in previous shows. First, a cross country skier says hills and altitude causing elevated heart rates can require possibly more…

29
May

Highlights From The Get Over Yourself Podcast, Part 1

(Breather) I am so grateful that I’ve been able to connect with such a wide variety of interesting people through this show – to hear their stories, learn from their wisdom, and gain insight into experiences…

22
May

Listener Q&A – What Our Genes Expect, The Benefits of Slowing Down, and Are All Carbs Created Equal?

Lately, I’ve gotten quite a few questions from listeners about the importance of factoring in your maximum aerobic heart rate minus your age when exercising. I’ve talked a lot about the benefits you receive from doing…

15
May

Listener Q&A – Training For a 5K on Keto and the Life-Changing Advice That Got One Listener Off Meds – For Good!

How much should you eat? Should you increase your carb intake? And if you’re eating six eggs for breakfast, but getting hunger pains by noon, then what is that a sign of? I cover all these…

08
May

Listener Q&A – Banishing Extra Body Fat + Plantar Fasciitis (For Good!), Sprinting, And Should You Stick To The MAF Method?

We are back with another Q&A show! Today I’ll be answering some more questions sent in from listeners concerning sprint workouts, the MAF method of training, and finally, I’ll share how you can banish extra body…

24
Apr

Listener Q&A – Debunking Myths About Fat, Becoming Fat Adapted, And Are Whole Grains Really That Bad?

There are a lot of myths about fat reduction and becoming fat adapted that we’ll be clearing up in this episode as I answer some more great questions from listeners. We start off with a listener…