It’s that time of year, Justin, once again, is getting back into his fitness routine and needs a new workout. This time, he wants a circuit to build his conditioning and burn some fat. Ryan and Justin talk about his goals and develop his new routine. If you have the GymWits app, you can download it to your smart phone and try it out yourself.
This week The GymWits discuss their favorite exercises based on each bodypart. From head to toes, they discuss the major muscle groups and which movements they like best. iPhone and Android users can also download the exercises through the GymWits app.
We’ve all seen the 1-10 scale in the group fitness studio but what does it mean? This week the GymWits talk about RPE’s or Rate of Perceived Exertion, which is a way to determine who hard you are exercising. Ryan and Justin talk about the different scales, some of the science and how to practically apply it for Strength of Cardio training.
Love Dogs? Then you’ll love this episode of the podcast. This week the GymWits talk with Dog Expert, Author and Entrepreneur, Gila Kurtz. They cover a wide range of topics related to dogs and fitness including:
– Pet health and fitness
– How having a dog and improve your mental and physical health
– Dealing with the loss of a pet
– Dog diets
– Exercise with your dog
and much more.
Gila is the author of Fur Covered Wisdom: A dog can change the way you see the world and the founder of Dog is Good
This week the GymWits discuss some of the persistent but incorrect assumptions that are made about health and fitness. Many of these are pervasive and when adhered to have the potential to slow or halt progress altogether. Topics include:
– The real value of personal training
– Working with beginners
– I read it in a magazine so it must be true
– Looks can be deceiving
– Bad analogies
– Diet is just calories in vs calories out
and much more.
This week, the GymWits interview Joan Sotkin. Joan Sotkin is an entrepreneur, author and podcast host. Joan has a unique approach to financial fitness that is informed by over 30 years of facing both the highs and lows of managing money. She discusses what she’s learned from these experiences and how intertwined financial health is to mental and physical health and wellness. For more information, check out her website: http://prosperityplace.com/ and if you sign up for her program, use the code: rybpod50 for 50% off.