Tag: overtraining

30
Jun

Tim DiFrancesco: Functional Fitness, Injury Prevention and the Customized Future Of Athletic Training

“Rinse, repeat, and live to fight another day.” These are the prophetic workouts that represent the cutting edge of athletic training and functional fitness. I catch up with former Los Angeles Lakers Strength and Conditioning Coach…

17
Apr

Listener Q&A – How To Make Good Bone Broth, Curing Plantar Fasciitis, Aerobic vs Anaerobic Exercise, and Craving Sugar

(Breather) Covering some great questions from listeners in today’s breather show. Thanks to everyone who wrote in for asking about a variety of topics – from fasting to aerobic vs anaerobic workouts, sugar cravings, how to…

07
Feb

Listener Q&A – Lifestyle Behaviors To Support Training, Honoring Digestive Circadian Rhythm, and Reconciling Aerobic Versus Intensity.

(Breather) Lots of great stuff to cover today as I continue to go through all of the great questions you’ve submitted so far. We start with a question from a listener who challenges me to name…

31
Jan

Stop and Smell the Roses – Slowing Down, Redefining Success, And Pursuing A Long, Happy, Healthy Life

(Breather) This show is inspired by a great article by Andrew Merle titled, “What Is Success Anyway?”. The author offers 7 insights that I cover with my added colorful commentary. Hopefully this show will get you…

28
Jan

Andrew MacNaughton #2: Health vs. Fitness, Challenging Fixed Beliefs, Diet Experimentation, and How Sacrifices For Healthy Living Aren’t Really Sacrifices

I catch up with my old-time triathlon compatriot Andrew MacNaughton, who retired from the pro circuit a year before I did, which made him that much smarter back in 1993-1994. This show is a wild ride…

21
Jan

The Keto Diet: Everything You Need to Know and Succeed, and Not Screw Up!

Keto is Krazy, man! Everywhere you look there’s a new book, video or Internet article about the amazing ketogenic diet and the magical results you get if you just ditch carbs! Can keto live up to…

20
Dec

The Hacking Of The American Mind – Brad Discusses Dr. Robert Lustig’s Book

(Breather) “Struggle gives meaning and richness to life.” But what happens without struggle? In our world, our minds are constantly being hijacked by profit-seeking, corporate entities. Humans are hard-wired to respond to novel stimulation, and our…

22
Nov

Constrained Model of Energy Expenditure and The Compensation Theory

(Breather) Did you know we humans have an upper limit on the amount of energy we can burn each day? Not only that, but we will engage in assorted mechanisms to stay under this limit when…

27
Sep

The Truth About Overtraining and the Stress Response

(Breather) We all know about the importance of working out. But what is equally important is how you exercise – otherwise, you could fall into the “overtraining” category, where you can seriously hurt yourself, and/or compromise…

10
May

Basic Life Changing Insights Part 1

(Breather) This episode is all about how we need to devote some time and energy in order to get more time and energy. Shopping one evening at Whole Foods in my hometown led to a chance…