Losing weight is no walk in the park, and staying committed to your new healthy lifestyle can be even more challenging. Here's the thing, it's easy for us to follow something short term and get results but not to keep it going for the long term. In this episode, I’m going to explain why it's hard to maintain weight-loss and how you could be sabotaging your health by making doing these crazy diets and miracle workouts. Listen now for more!
As a consumer of health and fitness information, it’s tough to figure out what's fact from fiction to decide what creates optimal health. Today, Dr. Brad Dieter our special guest on the show is here to clear up a lot of misinformation. Dr. Dieter is a research scientist studying metabolism and chronic disease and is also an experienced sports nutritionist and strength and conditioning coach. We're going to dive into what the science says and what his experience has proven to achieve results. Listen Now!
He gave an impressively informative interview in part one that I had to get Dr. Joel Seedman back to go deeper into the conversation about eccentric isometrics. He's on the cutting edge of strength training and improving the function of the human body. If you haven't heard, go to part one of this two-part series and if you’re serious about improving your fitness you don’t want to miss out as Joel takes it to an even higher level in part two. Listen now for more with Dr. Joel Seedman!
It’s very rare when I find someone that gets me excited about training. With over 13 years of personal and team training, strength coaching, and nutritional counseling experience Dr. Joel Seedman is the expert you want to hear from when it comes to muscle physiology, strength training practices and enhancing power and athletic development. I have been learning a lot from Joel and he is someone who helped me take my knowledge to the next level very quickly. If you want to know how to exercise in a way that will not only give you better results, listen as Joel uniquely explains some of the science and practical application of eccentric isometrics. Listen Now!