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

Hi, thanks for the great show today, how to counter cortisol aggravatef belly fat?

-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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