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Best Healthyaging podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Healthyaging podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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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 ...
 
Host Dr. Andrea Wilkinson has a PhD in Psychology, with a specialization in Cognitive Aging. She has been studying brain fitness and cognitive maintenance for over 15 years. The BrainShape Podcast discusses the hottest issues, topics, interests and concerns related to healthy aging and brain health for adults aged 60 and above, older adults, seniors and baby boomers who want to learn about how to stay mentally and physically engaged for as long as possible. What are the tips and techniques t ...
 
Smart Exercise is about using science with exercise to lose weight, build muscle and burn fat while protecting your joints. JJ Flizanes was named Best Personal Trainer in Los Angeles for 2007 by Elite Traveler Magazine. She is an Empowerment Strategist and the Host of The Fit 2 Love Podcast Show. With 20 years in the fitness industry, JJ will show you how to use exercise to get results and protect your body at the same time as you age.
 
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In the 21st century all social media fitness influencers like @Kaisafit and @Kirastokesfit have to do to make a killer workout video is set up their phone, hit record and go. Okay, maybe they have to coordinate the right outfit, set up some lights, find a killer mix, but still, in 2020 it's much easier to make a fitness video then it was back in th…
 
On this special episode of All About Fitness, I am a guest speaker for Dr. Natalia Petrzela's college class, Fit Nation. Dr. Petrzela is an Associate Professor of History at the New School in New York City this is the first semester Natalia is teaching Fit Nation which provides a contemporary history of how the fitness industry influences modern da…
 
The importance of physical exercise to aging well cannot be overstated. The benefits of staying physically active as you age go beyond the physical realm and can include increased mood, elevated levels of happiness, & larger memory centres of the brain. Exercise also helps your heart become more efficient and better able to pump blood throughout yo…
 
Healthy aging is multi-faceted and many contributing factors will not come as a surprise to you: exercise, eat healthy & nutritious foods, stay connected to your community, practice mindfulness & meditation, etc. This episode covers insights on healthy aging from a unique perspective: Ayurveda (the art of being). By practicing stillness and learnin…
 
Joining me in today’s show is Dr. Gabriel Smolarz. He is the medical director of obesity in US Medical Affairs at Novo Nordisk, Inc. in Plainsboro NJ. He is also Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and a practicing endocrinologist in NJ. He is board-certified in Endocrinology as well as Obesity Med…
 
Classically trained as a dancer and working as an instructor at a studio in Chicago, little did Judi Sheppard Missett know that when she changed her classes to teach dance as a form of exercise that she was creating an entire new way to get people moving. Judi created Jazzercise in 1969 when she realized that many of the students who attended her d…
 
When asked to name the most well known fitness brands, the average person would probably mention Jazzercise. Started in 1969 by a dance instructor who realized that many people in her class just wanted to move, not necessarily become professional dancers, Judi Sheppard Missett created THE FIRST dance exercise program to be re-produced and taught th…
 
When most people start an exercise program it's for the purpose of making the exterior more attractive. When was the last time you did a workout for your inner-self? Paul Chek is the founder of the CHEK Institute - Corrective Holistic Exercise Kinesiology, an international speaker, published author, recognized as a medicine man by the Nemenah Band …
 
Perfectly hidden depression is a syndrome that presents as a group of characteristics, including perfectionism that is fueled by shame, difficulty expressing painful emotions, and sincere concern over the well-being of others, while allowing few into your inner world. People who are experiencing perfectly hidden depression often have an inability t…
 
Here’s a likely scenario: Someone recently offered you sourdough starter and you thought “I love sourdough! Why not? How hard can it be?” Then, you start reading and get overwhelmed. Don’t toss out that starter just yet. This guide to getting started with starter can help. (A note from Regan: Before you even start reading, I have one piece of advic…
 
The sport of bodybuilding requires an amazing level of commitment to train and prepare for a competition let alone to win one. Becoming a professional bodybuilder takes the ability to adhere to a strict regimen for both exercise and nutrition. Qualifying to enter a Mr. Olympia means that you have reached the pinnacle of the sport; winning the title…
 
What comes to mind when you hear: “vibrant aging”? Aging vibrantly includes feeling a sense of well-being, living a quality life and expressing a sense of personal fulfillment. Vibrant aging is also tied to your health, so your lifestyle choices impact it. What you eat, how much you exercise, and how stressed you feel affects various health outcome…
 
We all know the old saying, "You can't out-train a bad diet." And that's the truth. There are a number of different ways to get results from your workouts, but one of the most effective, time-proven strategies is by monitoring what you put in your body. Food is energy and exercise is when the body expends that energy, the type of food you eat can d…
 
High intensity exercise is kind of like wine. Let me explain, the occasional glass of wine isn't bad for you and could provide health benefits. However, drinking too much wine it could definitely be bad for your health. High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is the same way; some HIIT could be good for you and deliver many health benefits, but doi…
 
Your brain is a dynamic and adaptable organ. In this episode, we will cover how to keep your brain in good shape, maximize your memory and boost your brain health. We will be doing a deep dive into the role that various lifestyle factors – including sleep, stress and exercise – play in the health of your brain. Tune in to learn how to optimize your…
 
Do you ever have to stop and try to remember why you walked into a room? Do you ever forget where you left your keys? Are you ever concerned that these common mistakes are an indicator of developing dementia or Alzheimer's? Here's some exciting news, exercise is GREAT for your brain, can reduce the risk of developing dementia or Alzheimer's and can…
 
Losing weight. Toning up. Enhancing athletic performance. Improving health. There are a number of reasons to start an exercise program, but one of the most important reasons for working out is often overlooked which is the fact that exercise can slow down the aging process. This Quick Fit Tip identifies specific ways that regular exercise can slow …
 
Creativity is defined as something that is both novel and useful. Research shows a quieting of the frontal lobes - your brain's "checking" functions - during creative output, which allows for new, more outside of the box, thinking. Interestingly, the frontal lobes of the brain naturally undergo age-related changes. So, if you are a listener who is …
 
Joining me in this episode is Dr. Chris Mohr, a frequent guest on the podcast who – along with his wife Kara – specializes in the importance of sleep for overall health and wellness. Recently, Chris wrapped up an article for Men’s Health that involved testing products geared toward helping us recover during sleep, especially following exercise but …
 
The human body was made to move, yet most workout programs use only one muscle or muscle group at a time. Combining many exercises into a single movement can help burn more calories while improving the strength and definition of all of the muscles involved. Ask anyone who has ever taken classes or done a workout with Kira Stokes and they will tell …
 
The proliferation of the COVID19 virus and the public health orders for social distancing have resulted in the fitness industry being shut down. In response to the virus, many fitness organizations have had to pivot and come up with strategies to keep their businesses operating. This special edition of All About Fitness speaks with three key leader…
 
We are all in the process of adapting to a new normal. The shelter-in-place and social distancing directives are critically important because it will take working as a team for the greater good to limit the spread of COVID19. However, what about us fitness fanatics who love to always be moving? How can we balance what we need to do with our innate …
 
Relationships and love are fundamental to your identity. Regardless of whether you are currently in a relationship, single or somewhere in between – you can learn a lot by examining how you connect (and don’t connect) with those around you. For example, family dynamics play a prominent role in identity, emotional wellness, and self-esteem. This inf…
 
A Note from Regan: When this podcast was originally recorded, health & wellness had a very different meaning than the acute health crisis we found ourselves in as of the date of this post — April 6, 2020. When you listen, please keep that in mind. The recommendations given are meant for a time when health routines and daily living return to normal.…
 
Comedy is tragedy plus timing. The current COVID19 is an extremely stressful and tragic situation and not one to make light of, however rather than waste energy worrying about stuff we can't control, one way to deal with this new reality is by attempting to find humor in it. Lauren Jamison is a San Diego-based comedian who, like many of us, is goin…
 
Your brain changes all of the time. Throughout your entire life your brain adapts in response to your experiences and the environment. There is an infinite number of ways that your brain can rewire itself, but it is up to you and how you spend your time (e.g., novelty seeking, working through challenges) that will have a direct impact on how your b…
 
From working to working out, living with the COVID19 virus is challenging us all to adjust and adapt to a new reality of managing day-to-day life. For those already working at home this does not mean a big change, but for others working from home might be quite a disruption. There is one big change to life that ALL fitness enthusiasts are having to…
 
Today’s episode is all about Magnesium — the mineral that every body needs to run better. In this episode, you’ll learn about assessing your current total nutrition to see if you give your body enough magnesium to help your sleep, bones, digestion, hormones, metabolism, and muscles work better. Joining me today is dietitian Ashley Koff. With over t…
 
Stress effects people in different ways. Most people think stress is negative, but stress applied in an appropriate way can actually make us stronger. The international spread of a dangerous virus is creating an environment of tremendous stress; rather than wring our hands in worry or complain about annoying "shelter in place" guidelines, we can ac…
 
Social distancing. Shelter at home. Flatten the curve. These phrases did not exist in our language before March of 2020, now they define our daily existence. Not only that, but in an effort to reduce the spread of the COVID19 virus many of our daily habits from commuting to work to visiting with friends to how we exercise changed overnight. All of …
 
Dementia is not a normal part of aging. Dementia (an umbrella term) is a neurodegenerative brain disorder that is characterized by various cognitive symptoms, including declines in memory, difficulty with language, communication challenges, and issues with problem solving. This episode covers insights about dementia and the many challenges faced by…
 
We could all use an additional spark of joy in our lives. With increasing age, there can be loss, but turning grief into joy is possible. We all have a spirit of joy deep inside that wants to wake up and grant our true heart’s desire. Our guest, Dr. Jacqueline Thea, calls this spirit your fairy grandmother within. Transform grief, find hope, and st…
 
Social distancing is the new catch phrase for 2020. With the exponential proliferation of COVID19, the novel coronavirus, public health officials are strongly urging us to avoid large crowds where the virus can easily spread which unfortunately means our favorite workout spots. If you are a fitness fanatic looking for easy, affordable solutions for…
 
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