Part 1: https://youtu.be/fh_maiRHOPU
0:25 How should I go about programming for general strength and conditioning?
07:50 I never did a SSLP, should I do it now?
11:49 What is the purpose of ice baths or using other methods to “reduce inflammation” for training?
15:07 Does being in a calorie deficit change a person’s training sensitivity?
16:36 When should I change my programming if I’m on LP right now?
21:00 What is your opinion on the Paleo Diet’s efficacy for medical conditions?
25:00 Are knee sleeves placebo?
27:12 Should one change the rep range for women?
29:20 What is your take on the current BMI recommendations?
32:40 Why are training programs usually broken up into 12 week blocks?
34:45 How often do you have to change exercise variations?
35:45 Do you think RPE is useful for Novices? Would you change LP?
40:00 How do you test different programming variables on yourself?
41:45 Will you do a certification for coaches?
42:00 What should you do for tendinitis in the elbow on the squat?
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Episode #28: Novice programming, Paleo Diet, BMI, and More!
How Eating Healthy Can Improve Your Life
Most people are interested in eating better. Getting good nutrition may seem difficult. Thankfully, it is not necessary to completely upend your diet at once. Here are a few easy ways you can improve your nutrition with small but effective changes.
Eat a variety of proteins. Try to eat skinless poultry, fish and lean meats. Eggs are another wonderful source of protein. Research has shown that having an egg each day does no damage to your health. You should have at least one day a week that is meatless. On your designated day, get your fix with peas, beans, low-sodium, reduced calorie peanut butter and unsalted nuts.
Each day you should make available to your family plenty of water to drink. It is acceptable to serve milk or fruit juice once or twice daily, but water is still the best choice. Milk and juice when consumed during the day tends to make kids not as hungry during meal time.
Proper nutrition depends on consuming meals that contain the proper amounts of each nutrient. In order for your body to function properly, it needs a certain amount of fatty acids, minerals, proteins, vitamins, and amino acids. It’s possible to get these nutrients from supplements, but food is always a better source of nutrients than an artificial supplement.
Olive oil can add to your beauty routine and help you fight dry skin. It is gentle and very effective in keeping the hands and face moisturized. It can also give you antioxidants that help with aging. Simply apply a thin layer two times a day.
Like many other ventures, sticking to a new diet can be difficult. You can simplify the process by breaking it down. As you make small changes to your diet, you’ll eventually build towards a completely healthy one. Use the tips discovered here to help you get started.