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🎧 New pod! 🎧 # Shoulders been bugging you lately? Today we’re digging into a new series on shoulder health. The first part covers shoulder anatomy and function. # The shoulder is an incredible joint, capable of a large range of motion, but unfortunately that freedom comes at the cost of stability! With a basic understanding of the tissues of the shoulder, however, we can protect and strengthen this joint to keep it functional throughout life. # Have you dealt with any shoulder problems lately? Ask us questions in the comments below!
New podcast is out! # Most people think they need more mobility than they currently have. And they believe “stretching” is the solution. What they are missing is that mobility is influenced by a number of factors, some of which you can control, like strength, and some you can’t, like your genetics and anthropometry. And anyway, how much mobility do you really need? # Coach D @dldeaton and Trent @marmalade_cream tackle these questions in today’s podcast, and provide some practical approaches to increasing your mobility when needed.
New podcast! # When is strong... strong enough? Is it ever? # If you have to ask the question... you’re probably not strong enough. But there comes a time when you might choose to let strength training take a back seat to other fitness endeavors... and that’s OK.
🎤New podcast is up! 🎤 # How exactly do we get stronger, or increase our endurance, or any of the general physical skills? The answer is intelligent training, of course, but there’s a basic concept at the heart of all good programming: the stress-recovery-adaptation, or SRA, cycle. # Tune in to hear why you should be paying attention to stress and recovery when you train.
New podcast is out! # At some point, it’s gonna get hard. And that’s ok. In fact, it’s part of the program. It’s one of those truisms of life... that most things worth having don’t come easily. Training is no different. # Embrace the hardship, persevere when your workout gets tough, and know that the fruits of your labor are just on the other side.
Part 2 with @the_robert_santana is out! # In this episode, Robert Santana tackles the myth that “carbs are bad” and lead to fat gain while offering practical tips for losing body fat in a sustainable manner, focusing on healthy eating habits over the hard math of macro counting.
We’re back from the holidays and starting the New Year with a deep conversation on nutrition and bodyfat! # Joining us today is strength coach and registered dietician Robert Santana. He chats with us about the science of bodyfat, why most people need to “gain muscle” not “lose weight,” and how muscle mass affects metabolism. # This was a deep convo so we’ve split it into two parts. Stay tuned for more from @the_robert_santana on nutrition and training!
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from 40fit Radio and our staff! Have a great holiday! #40fitradio #40fit ##40fitradiopodcast