Thursday, May 14, 2015

GetFitRadio May 12. 2015

Zelda Higgins, the recreation coordinator at Zayed University and I sit down and talk fitness.

Here is something you are going to want to get dialed into, the monthly exercise music play list!

We had a great conversation about endorphins that I personally think is well worth sharing.

Here is the entire show in podcast form!

Need the notes?

Started running in the 40c heat, love it!

Healing Bath

DIY magnesium oil
May Playlist
1.       Rasputin – Boney M
2.       Stuck on a feeling – Prince Royce ft. Snoop Dogg
3.       I’m blue – Eiffel ‘65
4.       Talking bodies – Tove Lo
5.       Walk - Kwabs
6.       American oxygen - Rihanna
7.       Stronger – Clean bandit
8.       All hands on deck - Tinashe
9.       Rumors – Pep and rash
10.   2 Chainz – Whiz Khalifa
11.   Rhythm of the night – Corona
12.   Sail – Awolnation
13.   Pumped up kicks – Foster the people
14.   Bitter sweet symphony – The Verve
15.   Demons – Imagine Dragons
16.   Give me love – Ed Sheeran

Q. Resting vs active heart rate the difference should be?

Q. Tendon stretches you recommend
Q.workout isn’t working! Maybe this is why?
Working out but aren’t seeing the results you’d like? Brett Hoebel has a possible reason why. Okay, three possible reasons why— plus easy solutions — in today’s guest post!

Q. how do we get people to stop focusing on the weight?

Things to think about with the fitness industry!

The Biggest Lie in Fitness

So what we see is that for most people, in most phases, working out is trying to solve a problem.  Something is wrong, and they have to fix it.  
Unfortunately, this is the absolute least effective way to get or maintain any kind of results.
The big lie in the fitness industry is that
people have to hate their body to get results or to get motivation.  
And yet motivation research (specifically self-determination theory) would say that true, intrinsic motivation comes from a state of being integrated with your values.  Essentially, that you work out and eat right because you think that's what your best version of yourself would do.
You work out and eat right because you think
your best version of yourself would work out and eat right.
And that's it.
And that's actually the easiest place to change and cause results from.
It's actually great to have goals coming from the other direction: You love your body, and want to take it to the next level and get a little leaner.  You love your body, and want to take it to the next level and get a little stronger.
Q.thought on the deep chest workout?

Health is an issue with the workout!
The recent death of the tech executive Dave Goldberg, reportedly during a treadmill workout on a vacation, has saddened and rattled the fitness community. The death of Mr. Goldberg, the chief executive of SurveyMonkey and husband of Sheryl Sandberg of Facebook, has left many people wondering if the exercise itself might have triggered a serious health event. Was it a heart attack? Another health problem? An unfortunate accident?

Fructose makes you want high calorie food!
The type of sugar you eat may affect your cravings for high-calorie foods, researchers report.
An experiment with 24 healthy volunteers found that compared with consuming glucose, consuming fructose — the sugar found in fruits, honey and corn syrup — resulted in more activity in the brain’s reward regions, increased responses to images of food and a tendency to choose eating a high-calorie food over a future monetary reward.
The volunteers drank a 10-ounce glass of cherry-flavored liquid that contained two and a half ounces of fructose or glucose. (Table sugar, or sucrose, extracted from sugar cane or sugar beets, is a compound of glucose and fructose.) Researchers also took blood samples to measure levels of glucose, fructose and insulin, and of leptin and ghrelin, enzymes involved in controlling hunger and feelings of fullness.

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