When it comes to exercise, we all want to be as efficient as possible, right? If we’re going to put time and effort into exercising, we want to get the most out of it as we can. Today we talk about the exercise that burns the most calories and which exercise might be the best one for you. We also visit with Dr. Susan Hart, associate professor of Exercise Science at Dixie State University about successful aging and how to do it.
Today we talk about the benefits (or lack thereof) of apple cider vinegar. Does the hype live up to the claims? We’re going to dig into it. We also visit with Camilla Clawson of the Intermountain LiVeWell Center about dancing for fitness and why it could be a good idea for you. Check this one out. It’s a fun show.
In today’s episode of the Huntsman World Senior Games Active Life we talk about a few ways that you can maintain an Active Life approach even when you are traveling. We also visit with James Garret, an expert in the field of brain health, about how to maintain and even enhance your brain’s plasticity which in turn allows you to live a fuller richer existence. This is one worth hearing.
We all know we need to work out to really enjoy the active life. But how much is enough? Listen in to find out. We also visit with Huntsman World Senior Games Soccer Director, Kariann Atkin about her life in soccer and what she's learned through her participation in the most popular sport on the planet. Listen in. You'll love it.
Today Kyle and Jeff visit with Dr. Kurt Dallow, a family and sports medicine physician, who just happens to be a triathlete as well. He gives a pretty convincing pitch that it just might be time to try a tri. We also touch on HOW we prepare our meals might be just as important as WHAT we prepare when it comes to maximizing the health benefits in our food.
In this episode of the Huntsman World Senior Games Active Life we talk about whether or not breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And Kyle and Jeff finally break down and face their fears about yoga. Hatha certified yoga instructor, Chanda Vaniman, talks about the various forms of yoga and why it is for everyone. Enjoy.
If you like chocolate milk like we do, you're going to want to listen in. It turns out that there just may be some truth to the rumors that chocolate milk is a great post work out beverage ... as long as your work out meets certain requirements. Tune in to find out what. We also chat with fitness expert and life coach Debra Atkinson, author of Hot Not Bothered and host to the Flipping 50 podcast. She shares with us how we can flip our mindset on aging and reach our full potential. This is a...
Today we talk about a few health trends that might be here to stay for awhile, including unplugging and moringa. We also chat with USATF National Champion and multi-time All American, Eric Johnson about his incredible career and his chase of 2020 medals by the year 2020. You'll like this one.
Do you remember any fitness fads of the 70s and 80s? How about spandex and leg warmers? Maybe some things are left in the past, huh? We also visit with Dr. Cindy Dallow about some foods that get a bad rap but aren't as bad for you as you might have been lead to believe. Check it out.
Today we talk about losing weight. Calories and will power are not the solution. It might just be our sugar and junk food addiction that is our downfall. Sugar has been found to be just as addictive as cocaine.We also talk with Ryan Otterson, an exercise physiologist. Check out this episode. You'll like it.
In this episode we take a look at some of the great fitness fads of the past several decades. We also get the chance to hear the inspiring story of personal trainer Vanessa Bogenholm who went from an obese 13 year old girl to a highly successful runner and personal trainer. This is what the active life is all about.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to actually live the active life? Have you ever asked yourself what are some simple, accessible activities or changes that each of us can implement that can make a difference in our overall health and wellness? Well wonder no more, in today's episode we cover seven areas that can help you achieve the Active Life. Check it out.
Today we talk about two of our favorite topics, sleep and nutrition. Getting the right amount of sleep can not only help you feel rested, but it can also keep you from suffering from some pretty serious health problems. We also talk with Dr. Rodney Hansen about fad diets and how to get the nutrition we need.
What do you do when you run into a setback in your health and wellness routine? We've all been there, right? We talk about several things that we can all do to break through. We also visit with dietitian Christie Benton about properly fueling your body for training and for competition.
The World Cancer Research Fund says that there are two major things that we can eliminate from our diet to help reduce the risks of cancer. Listen up to find out what they are. We also visit with Huntsman World Senior Games athlete Orville Wong about what sport has taught him throughout his life.
How much exercise is the right amount of exercise? It's a fair question, right? We talk about that as well as visit with Huntsman World Senior Games table tennis player about what the sport has taught him.
The Center For Disease Control has found that as we get older, we are falling more. The trend is disturbing. We talk about how to avoid or prevent falls and we also visit with Stewart Seidman who has definitely lived the active life. You are going to like this show.
What if you could turn back the clock? Well... you can't, but there are some things you can do to mitigate the effects of getting older. We share several with you. After that we talk about the importance of hearing and how it plays into social isolationism, balance and even brain health. You'll like this show.
Ever had a bad day? Of course you have. We all have. We start the show with a few quick and easy things that you can do to turn your frown upside down. Then we have a great visit with kinesiologist and mind / body specialist Hannah Rothlin about the importance of mindfulness. This is a great show that you will like. Give it a listen.