Tag: health

Your Mileage May Vary!

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Your Mileage May Vary!
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Your mileage my vary…and so will mine. This episode of The Lifetime Athlete Podcast delves into the topics of athletic fitness and athletic longevity from two interesting perspectives. First…how can you get the best mileage out of your body over your lifespan? Second…how does the ability to run one mile relate to that first question? This podcast was brought to…

Ep237 – The Magic of Recovery!

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Ep237 - The Magic of Recovery!
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Recovery is indeed magic. It’s the critical and often missing link in many peak performance programs. How to structure training, when to use high workloads, and how to fill in the time between big workouts most effectively are some of the topics covered in this episode. This is a must-listen for any serious fitness enthusiast or competitive athlete who wants…

Ep230 – Kickstart Spring!

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Ep230 - Kickstart Spring!
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Kickstart Spring and get going with your amazing year of training, competition, and health. In today’s episode, PK & I apply The Lifetime Athlete Seasonality Model to the onset of spring. We discuss how the parameters of movement upregulate in response to the sunlight, how dietary intake is modified for athletic humans, and how you can manipulate your lifestyle to…

Ep227 – No Marbled Muscles!

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Ep227 - No Marbled Muscles!
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Yesterday was WhipperSnapper Wednesday. That was the theme of the daily email (The T2 eBlast!) that goes out to our Training Tribe members. The message was Get. Younger. Today. That was no joke and the tips and motivation the members received related to the training we are doing this month. We are in the Strength Training Block and we’re working…

Ep221 – JZ Rehab Update and Fatrophy!

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Ep221 - JZ Rehab Update and Fatrophy!
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In this episode I respond to some listener comments and questions regarding my shoulder rehabilitation journey. I also introduce the concept of Fatrophy. This then leads into a discussion on being athletic but not healthy versus being healthy but not athletic. Enjoy! This podcast was brought to you by The Lifetime Athlete Coaching and Training Services. Our focus is helping…

Discussing Physical Activity

Discussing physical activity is something that I, and we, do all the time. There are myriad ways in which we can spin this topic. Today, I’m going to touch on just a few. First, I’ll review the definitions which I use at TLA. Then I will examine the way in which we frame our physical endeavors. And finally, I’ll mention…

Ep216 – What’s New for 22?

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Ep216 - What's New for 22?
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What’s new for 22 at TLA? Lots of new energy and program upgrades, that’s what. I’m so thankful for such a wonderful community and I can barely wait to get started on some of this year’s projects. In fact, they’ve already started. I hope you are kicking off an amazing New Year and if I can help you with your…

Ep099 – Tunes for Training

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Ep099 - Tunes for Training
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Music is a popular and powerful adjunct to training. In this episode, PK and I have some fun sharing some of our preferences for training tunes. Let us know some of your faves!

Warm Wishes, Musings, and Updates

Can you believe it’s December already? I hope you had a great Thanksgiving celebration and got some killer deals on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. I also hope you are approaching year-end in good health, with a positive outlook, and with most of your ducks in a row. December, or year-end, means different things to many of us. In business,…

Ep071 – Health, Longevity, and Peak Performance…Can You Have it All?

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Ep071 - Health, Longevity, and Peak Performance...Can You Have it All?
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Health, Longevity, and Peak Performance can actually coexist! Yes, you can have it all — if you use your instinctive wisdom to meld science and common sense. Training intelligently, by understanding the relationship between work and recovery, and balancing lifestyle factors, is the key to your success. Don’t fear intensity, but know how to apply it wisely and in the…