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Best Mealplanning podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Mealplanning podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Weight Loss Nation is the one place to find the tools you need to live a long-term healthy lifestyle. The one location for online support, guidance, recipes and video demonstrations to assist you in cooking simple and healthy meals. We have Mentors from the health & wellness industry ready to guide you on your journey. Weight Loss Nation also has the 90 Day Challenge, where ten individuals are chosen to compete against each other for 12 weeks. During those 12 weeks, contestants will be place ...
 
The place where intuition, science, self-experimentation, research, biology, technology, nutrition, fitness, environment, mindset, and wellness intersect. The show strives to give listeners insights and approachable methods to build the most effective and efficient path to becoming stronger, healthier and ultimately…happier. WELLPOWER is here to share continued learning around health optimization. And, it would be an honor to have you join in the conversation!
 
This weekly podcast about food and family is hosted by Jen Reilly, RD (mom of 4 and dietician) and Corinne Bowen (mom of 3 and online business consultant). They pressed record when they realized their daily texts and phone conversations about parenting mishaps, adventures in feeding their families, and everyday challenges and wins might be helpful to other parents (and make them laugh!). Learn more about what they're up to and what they're cooking, plus other resources at delishandhealthyish ...
 
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In this episode, Paul and Laurin talk life since Corona. How has life changed for each of them since the whole Corona Virus pandemic has taken over? With both of their jobs revolving around a lot of travel, it truly has impacted them each in more ways than one. Tune into this episode for random rambles and prepare yourself to laugh a time or two. F…
 
"Why are they so orange when they're on stage?" Paul and Laurin continue with the theme of weird and stereotypical bodybuilding things by discussing the extreme stage tan. Nobody necessarily likes the tan that comes with getting on stage, but there are many reasons that it can be beneficial. They discuss this more in depth and go into detail about …
 
In this episode, Paul and Laurin discuss a highly controversial topic in the realm of bodybuilding: steroids. The common myth that you must take steroids in order to compete in the sport of bodybuilding is something that I lot of people assume, but does it really hold much validity? Paul and Laurin go in-depth with this topic discussing their stanc…
 
In this episode, Paul and Laurin take on the common misconception that in the sport of bodybuilding, you must cut water to dry out. Perhaps one of the most common misconceptions floating around, Paul and Laurin debunk this myth extremely quickly explaining how dehydrating yourself will actually lead to a much worse looking physique. They also touch…
 
In this episode, Paul and Laurin discuss the idea that you must perform low reps to get "big" and high reps to get "shredded." Where did this idea/myth originally come from and does it really hold much truth? Given their own experiences with training, Paul and Laurin discuss rep ranges and how generally training with a wide variety of rep ranges is…
 
In this episode, Paul is joined by Jaime Kallay, a client who has been with him from the start. Jaime discusses her past with binge eating along with her weightless journey and her return back to the bodybuilding stage just a few months ago. Shedding light onto some of her biggest past struggles, she talks about what it took to overcome her binging…
 
Paul and Laurin are joined by Ryan Conley to discuss what it means to take a training deload. How and why are training deloads incorporated into training protocols and what determines the intensity and frequency of them? Granted that training deloads aren't just for powerlifters like many people believe them to be, Paul and Laurin discuss how they …
 
What is the best form of cardio to build your glutes and hamstring tie in and is it really possible to gain muscle with vigorous endurance training? Paul, Laurin, and Ryan Conley discuss some of their favorite forms of cardio when it comes to maintaining as much muscle as possible while also addressing some of the biggest concerns when it comes to …
 
Keto seems to be a hot topic in the world of dieting, so what exactly is it and is it possible to be successful as a competitor on this diet? Paul and Laurin speak more on this topic and discuss their own experiences working with clients who have followed a strict keto protocol. They hit on topics such as macro distribution, ketone levels and more …
 
Paul and Laurin reveal #1 on the list of "Worst Fitness Advice" which states that lifting heavy makes will make you bulky. Where did this stereotype, specifically among the female population, come from and what makes it such awful advice? In this episode, Paul and Laurin reveal just how hard it truly is to put on size and build muscle and how this …
 
In this episode, Paul and Laurin discuss #2 on the list of worst fitness advice which states "no pain, no gain." Despite what some may say, pushing to your breaking point isn't always the most beneficial way in approaching your fitness regimen. In this episode, Paul and Laurin discuss this topic more in-depth and why training smarter, rather than h…
 
In this episode, Laurin and Paul debunk the common myth that running is the best way to lose weight. With this being number 3 on the list of "Worst Fitness Advice," Laurin and Paul discuss why running isn't always the best form of physical activity when having a weight loss goal. Not only can it be taxing on the joints and body furthermore inhibiti…
 
In this episode, Paul and Laurin discuss number 5 on the list of "worst fitness advice," which states that morning workouts are better. Find out what Laurin and Paul think about this idea and hear more about Paul's recent experience on how he made the switch from working out later in the day, to now getting up to workout everyday at 5am. Is this id…
 
In this episode, Paul and Laurin discuss number 6 on the list of "worst pieces of fitness advice" discussing the idea that not every calorie is created equal. Although calories themselves are created equal, the way each macronutrient digests in your body is different. Paul and Laurin dive further into this topic, discussing some different research …
 
Counting down the 8 worst pieces of fitness advice, Paul and Laurin discuss number 7 in this episode, which states that "carbs make you fat." What's the correlation between high carb diets and body fat and is this correlation significant in scientific backed research? Tune into this episode to see where Paul and Laurin stand on this topic and why c…
 
In this episode, Stephen Beaugrand and Daraja Hill join Paul for a special episode on all things bikini prep. With Daraja less than 8 weeks out from competing in the Arnold Classic, they talk competition prep strategies such as diet breaks, refeeds, stress management, and more. They also touch a bit on Daraja's own journey as a competitor as she wi…
 
In this mini episode, Paul and Laurin kick off a new series counting down the top 8 pieces of worst fitness advice. In this episode, they discuss number 8 on the list: "it worked for me!" Many times people have this idea that just because something worked for them, that it will work for someone else. Although this can be true at times, specificity …
 
In this episode, Team Pro Physique coach and USF master's student, Kait Callahan, joins Paul to discuss an array of different topics. They discuss some of the innovative new research studies taking place within the master's program at USF along with some of the exciting new plans for Team Pro Physique as it continues to expand and grow.…
 
Paul and Laurin celebrate the new year with a highly requested Power Hour "drunk cast." During this fun-filled hour, they both drink a shot of beer every minute on the minute while discussing a plethora of topics that only get more interesting as the hour goes on. Tune into this hilariously funny alcohol-induced episode for some top of the line com…
 
On the twenty-second day of Podmas, Paul and Laurin discuss the number 4 piece of fitness advice "don't fear coffee." Caffeine...is it the forbidden evil or are there actually some benefits from caffeine intake? And why does there tend to be this common stigma that too much coffee can be harmful? Find out more on this topic as Paul and Laurin dive …
 
In this episode of Podmas, Paul and Laurin discuss the importance of omega 3s obtained through eating fatty fish. Why is having quality omega 3s important for one's diet and what are some possible alternative options to getting these besides intaking fatty fish? Learn about how the quality of fatty fish can can have an impact on the amount of omega…
 
On the twentieth day of Podmas, Paul and Laurin continue in counting down from the list of the best pieces of fitness advice. In this episode, they talk about getting more sleep and the preconceived notion that "sleep is for the weak." How can the lack of sleep inhibit our bodies and why is it that sleep can be one of the most powerful tools when i…
 
On day 18 of Podmas, Paul and Laurin continue in counting down the top pieces of fitness advice, discussing the importance of water intake. Why is it so essential, especially as an athlete, to get in so much water, and why can it be beneficial to get in water specifically before meals? Tune into this mini podcast episode to hear more on this topic.…
 
On the fourteenth day of Podmas, Paul and Laurin discuss the topic of fruits and vegetables and how they factor into your dietary needs as an athlete. What are some of the potential risks that come with not incorporating them into your diet and conversely, what are some of the benefits for individuals that do incorporate them? Tune into this episod…
 
On the twelfth day of Podmas, Paul and Laurin discuss all things cardio. Counting down on the list of top pieces of fitness advice, number 14 states "do some cardio." In this episode, Paul and Laurin discuss their stance on it and how they have shifted their mindsets over the years when it comes to cardio in their own lives and the lives of their c…
 
On the eleventh day of Podmas, Paul and Laurin discuss drugs and alcohol. Is there a downside to using them recreationally in the fitness community and can their use limit your ability to perform well as an athlete in the sport of bodybuilding? At what point do you simply draw the line? Find out more as Paul and Laurin share their surprising stance…
 
On the tenth day of Podmas, Paul and Laurin continue in counting down the list of the "Top Pieces of Fitness Advice" with number 16 which reads that you should use extra virgin olive oil. Aside from elaborating on what this may mean and why it earned a spot on the list, they also veer off into some Christmas movie discussions, fitting with the holi…
 
On the fifth day of Podmas, Paul and Laurin discuss how to make your food taste good by utilizing different spices and herbs. Food during a competition prep or a dieting phase can oftentimes be bland, so finding fun ways to "spice" it up can make it much more enjoyable and satisfying.By Paul Revelia and Laurin Conlin
 
On episode 3 of the Podmas series, Paul and Laurin discuss what it means to track food every now and then. They differentiate between what it means to be "too flexible" or "too rigid" when it comes to dieting and they also talk about how there is a time and place for everything when it comes to the extent in which you are adhering to your diet.…
 
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