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Ever wonder how fitness trends catch fire? Or whether popular exercise equipment and workout programs are based on actual science? Learn everything you wanted to know about exercise straight from the people who invent the products and create the workouts that make you sweat. Working with iconic fitness organizations including the American Council on Exercise, Nautilus, Stairmaster and the National Academy of Sports Medicine, Pete McCall is an educator, blogger and media spokesperson who has ...
 
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Fitness does not just take place within the four walls of a gym or studio or home, it can happen almost anywhere there is space to move. Brandon Wagner is a personal trainer from Tucson, AZ. Marc Coronel is a personal trainer who lives in Las Vegas, NV. Not only do they make a living by making clients sweaty, but Brandon and Marc are master trainer…
 
Wonder how many repetitions to fatigue you should do? You're not alone. This Flipping 50 community question comes from Shelly and our Insiders Facebook group. (link below) The Question: "20 for a set or a full minute, am I using too heavy of weights if I fatigue at 6 or 7? Maybe better question is “is there a MINIMUM number of reps [I] should be do…
 
From improving health to burning calories to growing muscle to slowing down the aging process, exercise provides many important benefits. However, there is not one single type of workout that you should be doing, rather, performing a variety of different activities can be the best way to achieve the results that you want from your fitness routine. …
 
Once upon a time it would take weeks or months to travel from one part of the world to another. However, now that it's 2021, you can hop on a jet and be almost anywhere on the globe within a matter of hours. As a result, the international economy is extremely interconnected allowing entire industries to expand to different markets in order to creat…
 
Thriving relationships with anyone else start with the one you have with yourself. Your physical body and the nurturing you give it and your mind are propelling you forward or holding you back. My guest Sandy Sembler is an internationally recognized embodiment & feminine coach and creator of the SakredShe program, empowering women to “break up” wit…
 
The dictionary is the ONLY place where success comes before work; when it comes to fitness it seems as if people are always looking for a way to hack the body to get results without having to spend hours in the gym. Some shortcuts are high risk for minimal rewards while others are downright dangerous. However one technique, the Kaatsu Method of blo…
 
Warning! If you believe any of these myths about strength training, my goal is to turn your thoughts before you're finished listening. If you're here, happening to read the show notes, and you're not strength training, I made this with you in mind. But, there are three other women that I want to reach. Are you here? the woman who thinks yoga, Pilat…
 
If you’re looking at exercise choices thinking you want cardio for fat loss, let’s break that down. In this episode I’ll share: The myth came from … More calories burned during cardio than weight training The calories in calories out myth Why the myth still exists Doctors still give the advice Trainers still give this advice The advice isn’t ALL wr…
 
Strength is the ability of muscles to generate force against an external resistance. Strength training is often thought of as being for the young and fit, however, over the course of the aging process, the human body can lose up to 10% of muscle mass per decade and regular strength training can slow down age-related muscle loss. The research sugges…
 
The best nutrient is pleasure? According to my guest on this episode, it’s so. Once you understand the reason why, I think you’ll be hooked. During nutrition month it was a given that I host a dietitian. I found the perfectly unique expert. I absolutely loved this discussion with my guest. I think you’ll discover that our short list of questions wi…
 
For years the prevailing wisdom on exercise for older adults has been that as we get into our sixties that we should 'slow down' or 'take it easy' and maybe not do so much exercise. Nothing could be further from the truth, as we age we need to remain consistent with exercise and that means exercising to a point of fatigue. Exercise is stress impose…
 
Aging is going to happen, there is nothing that can be done to stop or reverse the passage of time; HOWEVER, there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that regular exercise can be the means for slowing the aging process and maintaining optimal health well into our later years. Dr. Norman Lazarus is a MD and PhD who researches how exercise help…
 
What is CoQ10, what's its function, and what other supplements could still be helpful in boosting immunity (or natural detox) now? That's the topic of this episode with my friend and detox expert, Bridgit Danner. Inspired by a post she did in February, heart health month, I reached out to her. It dawned on me that though we all got serious about su…
 
Post exercise protein is a topic that I revisit regularly. It’s nutrition month as I release this episode, and we’re talking strength training a lot this month because STRONGER is open for enrollment. In this episode I’m talking all about the ways to optimize your pre-and post exercise protein meal. I’ll also reveal a few things that may be going w…
 
To digest better, reduce bloat, and ultimately help the side effects that occur if you’re not digesting, and resting, well, I have a special guest in this episode. She’s one of my favorite essential oil gurus. Of the most common complaints among women in our Flipping 50 community and women I’ve worked with over more than 3 decades, is gut issues. O…
 
Successful aging is the process of aging free from disease while maintaining optimal cognitive and physical performance. Dr. Daniel Levitin was originally a musician but ended up with a PhD in cognitive psychology and is an expert in the field of neuroscience. Dr. Levitin's book, Successful Aging, reviews how the body changes over the course of the…
 
Midlife weight gain occurs for many women during menopause and it’s compounding an already-present problem of weight gain that begins in your 30s (if you let it). But as this post will share, it’s not the 10lb problem it seems. It’s worse. In the aging process a gradual creep of weight is not what it seems. A weight gain of 10 lbs. per decade that …
 
Now, 12 months from the start of this pandemic, vaccines are rolling out. Whether you're eligible in your state or not you may still be wondering if it's the right thing to do, or what to expect. This episode is nothing but a discussion. It's firsthand recount of participation in a study from an expert with the ability to interpret the science. She…
 
Chronological aging is the length of time that you have been alive and began the moment you were born. Biological aging refers to the normal degradation of cells, tissues and organs that occurs as a result of the passage of time. Successful aging is aging free from disease and with optimal levels of cognitive and physical function. This Quick Fit T…
 
The Paleo diet is based on the foods our hunter-gatherer ancestors ate as they roamed the land looking for sustenance, but is it the ideal nutrition plan for the twenty-first century human? Is there any difference between how a hunter-gatherer on the plains of Africa burns calories and someone in the urban jungles of New York City? Dr. Herman Pontz…
 
Estrogen dominance is such an important health concern for women today. It’s not only the signs and symptoms that interrupt the quality of your daily life now, and hi-jack your best intentions for exercise. Your future health is also a concern. You’ll hear more in this episode. This episode is brought to you by Flipping 50’s Fiber Boost. It’s a con…
 
If you fear a osteoporosis diagnosis or you’ve had one, you’ll want to listen to this podcast and use the resources I’ve listed in the show notes. They range from a link to the supplement, a short 4 session program, a master class and another podcast episode. Choose to listen today and you’ll be inspired by a fantastic example of how a busy busines…
 
This may sounds crazy but fat is an essential component of our bodies and, in fact, could be considered an organ. Yes, having too much fat could be extremely bad for you and cause a number of chronic diseases, but your body does need some fat to control many essential functions. Dr. Sylvia Tara has her PhD in Biochemistry and wanted to know why it …
 
Could knowing your DNA or genetics optimize your exercise programming? I’m a fan of course. DNA testing results can be an eye-opener about exercise, as well as optimal eating, sleep, and even supplementation considerations. What are you predisposed for? Beyond that is the subtitle today, why some people get fatter with more exercise, that got your …
 
Katee Sackhoff is an actress who won a Best Supporting Actress award for her role on the television show Battlestar Galactica and is known for her commitment to her craft which includes maintaining the fitness it requires to look great on camera. While it can be easy to admire the physiques of the celebrities we see in the movies and on TV, it take…
 
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