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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…
 
Robb Wolf is back on the pod to chat all things autoimmunity! We dug into a whole bunch of cool facets such as… -How does dis-ease develop? -Where to start with an AI condition -Why some folks get certain conditions and not others -Autoimmune links to depression, anxiety, brain fog and cognitive impairment -Often overlooked advantages of AI conditi…
 
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…
 
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…
 
The fat loss process can be very frustrating, so in this episode Marcus is outlining a simple and super straight forward step by step process to turn your frustration into satisfaction. If you find yourself spinning your wheels, repeating the same patterns and feeling disappointed with your lack of progress, this episode is for you! - 1-ON-1 COACHI…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Does implementing a weekly treat meal actually boost your metabolism, result in faster fat loss and mitigate metabolic slowdown? In this episode Marcus is clearing up all the confusion on what cheat meals do, what they don’t do and whether they are the right fit for you in order to help you reach your goals quicker and more effectively! - 1-ON-1 CO…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Everyone at some point or another has experienced back pain, but there is a fundamental difference between acute (short term) pain and chronic (long term) pain. In this episode of the podcast Marcus is outlining the two most common mistakes that he sees on a regular basis when trying to relieve back pain and exactly what steps to take in order to b…
 
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…
 
Thinking is a developed skill and I’m a fan of the way Dr. Mike Israetel approaches a number of topics, so I thought I’d have him on the podcast to chat about how to approach thinking itself! Specifics include… -How Mike approaches various topics from a 30,000 foot view -Being aware of the Dunning Kruger effect and knowing when to shut up -How to i…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
Do carbs make you fat? Does eating more fat make you burn more fat? Does insulin cause fat gain? These are some of the most common questions that pop up when comparing low carb high fat diets to high carb low fat diets. In this episode Marcus is breaking down what the terms ‘low carb high fat’ and ‘high carb low fat mean,’ along with which approach…
 
There are many ways to exercise, some are extremely effective while others simply may not be a good use of your time. Gunnar Peterson is a Los Angeles-based personal trainer and strength coach who works with high profile clients whose time is worth millions of dollars. Gunnar applies the science of exercise to create time-efficient workouts that pr…
 
The ONLY place where success comes before work is in the dictionary. Success is based on a number of factors including hard work, the ability to network with others and timing. Shannon Fable has had many roles over the course of her fitness industry career: instructor, program director, presenter, business owner, board chairperson and consultant. O…
 
We’re all well aware that if we don’t exercise enough we can run into health issues, however if we exercise too much we can create problems for ourselves as well! Working out too much will not only impair your health, but it will slow down your fat loss and muscle building progress over the course of time. In this episode Marcus is discussing 5 sim…
 
The human body is capable of amazing feats of performance. From lifting extremely heavy weights to running for incredible distances we are constantly pushing the limits of what the human body can do. In his book Endure, award-winning journalist Alex Hutchinson explores the science of endurance training, documenting how scientists and athletes are w…
 
Going back to the early 1900s, interval training has been used by athletes to develop the fitness required for their specific sport. As a result, most of the research conducted on high intensity interval training (HIIT) was focused on how it benefits for athletes, the prevailing belief was that HIIT was too intense for the average individual. Howev…
 
Which do you think would provide better results from a workout? 30 minutes of running on a treadmill at a steady pace, OR running on a treadmill as fast as possible for 20 seconds, taking a 10 second break and repeating 7 more times for a total of 4 minutes? Believe it or not, the second approach could provide more results, IF the intensity of the …
 
Watching a sport on television is easy, all you have to do is tune in, sit down and pay attention. Playing a sport at the highest level as a professional athlete is a whole different story, it requires motivation, drive, an amazing level of athleticism and commitment to fitness. Marcelis Branch finished his college football career at Robert Morris …
 
Managing a healthy bodyweight, adding lean muscle mass, enhancing cardiorespiratory efficiency, reducing the risk of developing a chronic disease are among the numerous benefits from regular exercise; however, one of the most important benefits is often overlooked, or simply not discussed, which is the fact that regular exercise can help to enhance…
 
Today we’ve got part 2 of the Q&A chat I had with my amazing client and friend Karmen DeCamillis. This one is more business related, topics discussed include: -How did you I know a career in nutrition was right for me? -Mistakes I made when I started my business -What it was like coaching my first few clients -In hindsight, what would I change abou…
 
Exercise. Nutrition. Sleep. Meditation. These are all components of health and wellness, but what about sex? Does sexual intercourse, more specifically great sex, play a role in supporting optimal health and wellness and if so, how? Dr. Diana Hoppe is a physician, more specifically, a board-certified OBGYN who specializes in women's health and wrot…
 
There are many components of wellness: exercise, nutrition, sleep, mindfulness and good sex. Yes, that's right, good sex is an important component of achieving and maintaining optimal health. You can crush your workouts, dial in your nutrition, get awesome sleep every night, but admit it, it's not until you're having great sex that you're feeling y…
 
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