If you're over 40, you probably have more “stuff” going on in your life than you did at 21, making it difficult to focus on eating right and training regularly. And the enthusiasm you once had for exercise—especially if you haven’t seen the results you were hoping for—may have waned, too. But none of this matters. With the right type of training, you can still build muscle and get strong well into your forties, fifties, and beyond. This might be the most important article series that you read to help you reclaim your health and get back in shape even if you think too “over the hill”.
We all know there are millions different ways to make your training sessions more effective, and because of that sometimes it’s really confusing. But, one proven method is the drop set. In this episode, I will show you 5 high-intensity methods to use this exercise to bulk up and bust any plateaus. Get ready to reap big gains with this oft-embraced, muscle-building technique. Read Now!
Did you know that in the first quarter of 2016, Americans bought 19.7 million fitness wearables, an increase of 67 percent over the previous year? In this episode, our special guest Andy Galpin, PhD will be discussing how to use technology to meet our health and performance goals in a much smarter way, which longevity biomarkers are important for healthy aging, how to make lifestyle changes that last and much more. Listen Now!
In this episode, Ted interviews a real-life action hero, Lauren Mary Kim. Lauren is a professional stunt-woman, who recently doubled Elodie Yung in the Netflix-Marvel The Defenders. Ted and Lauren discuss what it’s like being a stunt double for some of the biggest name celebrities, how she prepares herself mentally for stunts that put her life and limb at risk. Also, how to reach super hero shape. Listen Now!