When you think cardio, particularly if you’re just starting to get active, it’s natural to focus on four main activities: jogging, swimming, cycling, and walking. All four are great options, but they aren’t always convenient, especially if it’s hot, cold or raining outside. In this episode, Ted will explain why walking is an “unsung hero” of cardio workouts and how to use it to burn more fat without burning yourself out.
Every day we make choices—about what to buy or eat, about financial investments or our children’s health and education, etc. Unfortunately, we often choose poorly. In this episode, Ted Ryce will talk about how we make these choices and how we can use sensible “choice architecture” to nudge people toward the best decisions for their health, wealth, and happiness. Listen Now!
Forget crash diets and rash New Year’s resolutions. Make healthy lifestyle changes you can stick with, based on science. In this second part, Ted explains the science of motivation. Also, how to manage your stress and emotions in difficult times. Plus, how to create an achievable and sustainable plan to make lasting behavior changes in 2021. Listen now to make 2021 your year.
The realization that you are getting older can come in waves. In society, youthfulness is glorified, and getting older is cast as something to avoid. In this Real Talk Friday episode, Ted explains how you can still stay healthy and feel your best is important at any age. Listen Now!