Friday, November 11, 2016

GetFitRadio November 7, 2016


What are people doing in the morning? 

First chance they get they are wondering what went down on GetFitRadio with Marcus Smith of Innerfight Gym.

Every week we manage to pull Marcus away from a class and get an hour of his time to talk about the world of fitness and answer your questions.

Click here to give the last show a listen.




Here is a look at the show notes and links.

Nov 7

-what are people talking about in the gym?




So what happened with http://east.cpcfbattle.com/ Battle of the East?
3 events Innerfight RED in 1st!

Women You had a 5th!


  • 5
  • SHAIKHA AL QASSEMI

  • Innerfight
37
  • 12
  • 36:37
  • 5
  • 06:30
  • 5
  • 08:59

-undereating



-Great question how to build a love of fitness in your kids!
  1. Be a healthy role model
  2. Make it fun
  3. Get active
  4. Eat right

-sleep debt adds up fast are there any tricks to getting a great sleep consistently?

-what to expect the 1st time in a gym?

-I am told the crunch is better than a full sit up?

-lots of push up correction happening what are the things people do wrong?

-This month everyone is writing about how diets don’t work… come on! Thoughts?

-any tips on improving hand eye coordination.

-seem to sweat abnormally long after a workout any idea what is going on?

-need your help ! ’ve been working hard on my core and I finally feel like I’m seeing results after months of training. I love the holidays and all the goodies they bring so I must admit, I’m nervous they are going to seriously diminish any progress I’ve made.

Check out these 15 burpee variations! http://sarahfit.com/burpee-variations/

-can’t seem to get my breath ½ way through a regular workout maybe I am going too hard?

-Hydrate! Even now that it is cooling

-deadlifts and breathing are we doing enough? A well executed deadlift requires us to breathe properly, brace our abs, hinge at the hips and extend through the t-spine to strengthen our posterior chain. Not only is it teaching us how to move properly, but it is strengthening the muscles that actually protect our spine. The stronger these muscles are, the safer our back is. http://robbwolf.com/2016/11/03/corrective-exercises-assessments-and-the-psychology-of-getting-stronger/




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