This week The GymWits share their interview with health and nutrition expert, Dr. Lewis Meline. This wide ranging interview covers a number of the myths and misinformation that’s prevalent in the fitness industry. More info about Dr. Meline as well as a link to his blog and book can be found at www.healthfiascorevealed.com.
This week, the GymWits contradict last years new years episode as they attempt to dissuade people from embarking on a fitness related new years resolution. This time of year, new years resolutions are common and taken advantage of by the fitness industry. Ryan and Justin discuss why embarking on a new years resolution may not be the best thing and how you can make a lasting change to your lifestyle.
This week, the GymWits talk about Justin’s new diet program. Ryan is skeptical about Justin’s ability to stick with it but they discuss some of the potential benefits. It’s losely based on the 30 for 30 diet system.
It’s another episode of the Cheat Meal in which the GymWits talk about things that aren’t necessarily related to fitness. This week, the discussion is about what makes something cringe worthy? The inspiration for this discussion is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJa2kwoZ2a4
This week, the GymWits chat with Fitness Expert and Author Jay Kim to talk fitness. In this wide ranging chat, they discuss fitness misconceptions, the difference between training men and women and how to incorporate fitness into a busy lifestyle. Jay’s upcoming book , Hack Your Fitness, will be available in early 2017 and the first 3 chapters can be downloaded now at www.HackYour.Fitness
Want the perfect gift for the fitness enthusiast in your life? Well you’ve come to the right place… sort of. This week on the podcast, the GymWits take a new approach in that they discuss how to shop for different categories of people. We keep it fitness related but discuss some great ideas for a variety of different people.
Training programs typically fit into one or more of three categories, Performance, Fitness or Health. Each category has it’s own distinct goals and training outcomes. The average doesn’t take into consideration which category they fit in often leading to exercise programs that are unnecessarily difficult or not challenging enough. This week, the GymWits talk about the difference between the three and how to develop an appropriate program.