Friday, May 13, 2016

GetFitRadio May 9, 2016

Marcus Smith from Innerfight Gym and I sit down each week and talk fitness.

This week here was what we set out to speak about.

Crossfit regionals May 13-29
-cycle update dubai roadsters
-million meters in may

Here are some questions that came through for Getfitradio:



I have a lot of fat around my mid section, including around hips though the rest of my body is quite alright. What would be the reason? I'm 38 and male


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-Q Marcus your thoughts about eating at night


-6 core exercises to help women with their squats


Q Marcus how do I make workouts fun?


-How the desk job is harming us!


-tips on increasing your motivation


Q. Marcus I hear my trainers talking about the fat burning zone, thoughts


“The ‘fat-burning zone’ is based on the fact that at lower intensities you burn a higher percentage of calories from fat stores versus stored carbohydrates,” Donavanik says. “However, this fact has become so distorted that it’s ridiculous.”
See, even though you’ll burn a greater proportion of your calories from fat exercising at lower intensities, you’ll also burn fewer calories overall — and that includes calories from fat, he explains. Opt for high-intensity interval training (HIIT) if you want to burn more calories and fat during your cardio workouts. In one study from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, exercisers who performed a 20-minute HIIT workout torched 15 calories per minute. That’s about twice as many as you’ll burn during long endurance workouts.


Q-Marcus can we trust the calorie burn estimate on our gym machines?


Q Marcus how do I deal with post workout hunger/binge eating


Q. do we really need rest days


Q. Marcus what are your goto fitness wearables?

Q why is weight training as part of your fitness regime important


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