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The post RB114: A Blueprint For Beating Stress with Sara Eye appeared first on Rebooted Body. I decided that a podcast would be the best format for hashing out the context of this discussion and getting to the bottom of the intentions of the author of the infographic and the accompanying article. Everyone wants to know what to eat, how much to eat, where to eat, when to eat, and who to eat with. The post 8 Critical Vitamins You Cana€™t Afford to Be Deficient In appeared first on Rebooted Body. The post The Truth About Perfectionism That Nobody Has the Balls to Tell You (Part 2) appeared first on Rebooted Body. The post The Truth About Perfectionism That Nobody Has the Balls to Tell You (Part 1) appeared first on Rebooted Body. The post RB111: (CWRP #02) Kevin Robinson From Kevin Hates Hip Hop appeared first on Rebooted Body. Kevin Robinson runs a PR firm for musicians and artists and has a podcast called Kevin Hates Hip Hop.
I open this show talking a little bit about the commitment myth—the idea that commitment is binary. The post RB110: The Truth About Grains, Legumes, and Tubers with Arthur Haines appeared first on Rebooted Body. I open this show talking a little bit about the commitment myth---the idea that commitment is binary. The post How to Use Heart Rate Variability to Maximize Your Health and Performance appeared first on Rebooted Body.
The post RB109: 4 Steps to Creating Long-Term Change in Your Life with Hannah Braime appeared first on Rebooted Body. She's telling me, with some emotion blatantly pushing through, that she has "one last chance" to transition out of her current situation.
As I discussed the situation with Amy and started to inquire about her past attempts at transition, one excuse she made for failing to make change previously really stood out to me. The post Get a Crazy Effective Workout with Tabata Sprinting appeared first on Rebooted Body.
In Part 3 of The Trick of Low Carb Diets, I’m going to put low carb dieting in context for you. This is an information-packed episode and has the potential to be very life-changing for a lot of people. If you don't suffer from depression but know someone who does, please share this episode with them. In Part 2 of The Trick of Low Carb Diets, Kevin discusses common side effects of being low carb. The post RB106: (CWRP #01) Healthy Living in the Real World with Tony Scarborough appeared first on Rebooted Body. Tony Scarborough was the first ever guest on Rebooted Body, all the back on RB001 in April 2013. And those challenges are precisely why I invited him to be the first ever in-studio guest---to talk about healthy living in the real world.
Last week I did some equipment upgrades which also gave me the capability of having an in-studio guest (versus recording everything over Skype).
Not only do we talk about the challenges that Tony has faced (so you can hear how he has worked to overcome them), we talk about the politics of health and how to win even though the deck is stacked against you. While gluten gets all the attention these days, a potentially more problematic group of foods is creeping into our bodies and wreaking havoc. This is a continuation of our exploration of the concepts of movement as medicine and movement nutrition.
The post The Trick of Low Carb Diets Part 1: How They Work appeared first on Rebooted Body. The Rebooted Body Inner-Circle is a world-wide community and education platform designed to help you implement our ideas on real food, functional fitness, and behavior psychology in your life. The post The Two Best Functional Weight Lifting Tools for a Killer Workout appeared first on Rebooted Body.
Brett had some emails from listeners and some questions about his own situation, so I joined him to discuss. The conversation is mostly centered around Real Food 101, low carb eating (and potential issues), stacking stress, and living a healthy lifestyle in a practical manner. I'm a huge fan of what Brett is doing over at SSP and I encourage you to add his podcast to your playlist. The post The Biggest Myth about Sugar That’s Keeping You Stuck appeared first on Rebooted Body.
A rant sampler from Rebooted Body founder, Kevin Geary, on the obstacles and challenges facing you on your journey to getting a body and life you love and what it takes to WIN.
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McCaskill blasted Oz for irresponsible conduct on his show - of promoting several sham products as "miracle" weight-loss cures.
When I listened to their conversation the first time through, I was struck by how good Oz was at saying a lot of words that sounded like a good defense, yet weren't coherent enough for me to register what he was actually saying. So, I decided to write a transcript of the entire thing so I could analyze exactly what his defense was.
It's true that he didn't endorse those specific brands, and it's wrong for the products to say that they themselves have been endorsed by Dr. And just with regards to whether they work or not - take green coffee bean extract as an example - I'm not going to argue that it would pass FDA muster if it was a pharmaceutical drug seeking approval. Go through several phases of testing to discover side effects, ensure safety, show that it works, and figure out appropriate use and dosage on varying populations.
When debating something controversial, I often see people argue, "Galileo was right, but he was punished for his ideas at the time," or, "Barry Marshall was a laughing stock when he said stomach ulcers were caused by bacteria, but he ended up being right," as if those situations are comparable to what they're doing. But the difference is that these men had evidence on their side to back up their statements, not just a hunch.
But there is not currently good evidence that these "weight loss miracles" are actually miracles. Not to mention, despite admitting that this study would never stand up to any kind of scrutiny, he uses the results as "proof" to his audience that the supplement works. There are entire schools devoted to witchcraft where you can study for years and spend lots of money if you want. Where I do think I've made it more difficult for the FTC is that in an intent to engage viewers, I use flowery language.
And when you call a product a 'miracle' and it's something you can buy, and it's something that gives people false hope, I just don't understand why you need to go there. And by the way, with green coffee bean extract as an example, it's one pound per week over the duration of the different trials that have been done.
Look, we know the answer to the question "How can I lose weight?" It's eat less and move more. A poorly-constructed study like the ones he does with his audience don't give him a rough idea. If the only thing that people needed to lose weight and keep it off was to lose the first couple of pounds quickly, then low-carb diets or fasts would be the answer to our weight-loss woes, since they will get you to drop weight initially very quickly. As well, note how he says that you need to be doing the things "you should be doing already." I assume that means eating a sensible diet and exercising.
Senator McCaskill: "Well, I'm going to give time to my colleagues now, and hopefully I'll have a chance to be able to visit with the other witnesses in the next round. Now, I get that there will never be a regulation that doesn't allow him to say whatever he wants on his show.
Guess it's time for my second "I hate Tracy Anderson with the fiery passion of 1,000 suns" post of 2014.
When I saw that Tracy Anderson and Dr Oz were going to "de-bunk some popular fitness myths" I felt a strange combination of sorrow and giddiness. So, let's go over exactly what was said and see if there was anything really helpful to glean from this segment. Tracy is totally against other forms of cardio, such as running, where you repeat your movements over and over. Anderson says more things that are flat-out wrong and completely in line with common fitness myths than anything remotely close to the truth. On the 30-Day Method you have to do to three hours of exercise a day, which decreases to one hour on the 90-day plan.
So if you really want to lose the fat so you can see the six-pack underneath, you gotta build up a lot of muscle, not just a little bit of muscle in your belly.
Anderson suggesting that exercises that use more muscles at once burn more calories for your time is true enough. It's technically true that muscle requires more calories to sustain itself than fat, though the difference is pathetically small. As well, counting on building muscle to be your saving grace in fat loss is probably not the way to go about achieving your goals. As far as needing to elevate your heart rate to burn more calories, I'm gonna admit that I'm not 100% on how true that is. I've read many studies on the efficacy of static stretching before warming-up, but none mentioned static stretching actively injuring the muscles - just that they didn't prevent injury from happening too well. In any case, I've got nothing against a good warm-up that gets your mind right to do some awesome stuff in the gym. In the segment, Anderson says the warm-up sequence she's demonstrating will work on your range of motion, however I could think of quite a few better ways to do so than doing a slight knee bend with a backwards-to-overhead arm reach. Learn the tricks of fitness industry marketers and avoid getting ripped off - no email address required! It's best described as the intersection of real food, functional movement, and psychology. The shame and guilt that people experience alongside their overeating challenge is massive and paralyzing. Sara Eye is a CHEK certified fitness & exercise coach, nutritionist and holistic counselor in Austin, Texas. Sara Eye is a CHEK certified fitness & exercise coach, nutritionist and holistic counselor in Austin, Texas.
Most of the hurdles don’t exist in the world around you though, they exist within you.
This is the show that cuts through all the crap to deliver critical context based onA actualA human history.
She joins me today to discuss authentic, long-term change and offers a four step process for success. She's over 300 pounds, has high blood pressure and is on the verge of being diagnosed with full blown type ii diabetes.
Since Tony was the first guest on this show, I thought it fitting that he also serve as the first in-studio guest. Katy Bowman, author of Move Your DNA, joins me to talk about practical movement stuff that you’ve probably never thought about before.
Katy Bowman, author of Move Your DNA, joins me to talk about practical movement stuff that you've probably never thought about before. As these diets continue to rise in popularity, so does the number of people experiencing many of the potentially negative side effects.
I’ve also offered a lot of insight as to why you might still be struggling with sugar cravings, despite your best efforts to break free. We currently have clients in over 26 countries around the world and many of them have told us point blank that this is the best investment theya€™ve ever made in themselves.
Oz was called in by Senator Claire McCaskill to testify at a hearing about weight-loss scams. Oz agreed to come to Senator McCaskill because he does not appreciate his name being used to endorse these specific products.
Oz: "Well, if I could disagree about whether they work or not, and I'll move on to the issue of the words that I used. Oz says that the drug wouldn't pass FDA muster, that means that the drug does not have sufficient evidence to show it works.
Oz: But, Senator McCaskill, we can spend a lot of time arguing the merits of whether green coffee bean extract is worth trying or not worth trying. Oz is attempting to deflect the fact that there is little evidence coffee bean extract is worth buying.
Oz: "So it is remarkably complex, as you know, to figure out what works out for most people even, in a dietary program.
Oz: "No, I would never publish the paper, but it wasn't done under the appropriate IRB guidance - that wasn't the purpose of it.
Oz talked to people about green coffee extract being a miracle cure before he did this little audience 'experiment'! Oz: "But again, I don't think this ought to be a referendum on the use of alternative medical therapies. Oz realizes that the information he gives is not factual - he just stated that exactly above. Oz who are promoting a new miracle cure every other week, leaving people confused about what does and doesn't work.
Oz truly wanted to be helpful to people, he wouldn't be grasping at straws - massively promoting and exaggerating the benefits of anything that has one tiny study to show it might help you lose one extra pound when combined with diet and exercise. Oz: "If you could lose a pound a week more than you would have lost, doing the things you should be doing already - you can't sprinkle it on cabasa (?) and expect it to work - but if that trial data is what's mimicked in your life and you get a few pounds off, it jumpstarts you and it gives you confidence to keep going. Oz recognizes that it's bad for his name when other companies claim that he has personally endorsed their products, but doesn't want to have to change his actions so that doesn't happen. Oz should not be allowed to lie to and deceive his audience - which he above has admitted to doing. Tags: claire mccaskill, dr oz, garcinia cambogia, green coffee bean extract, raspberry ketones, Weight loss on June 19, 2014 by katwhitfield. These unique sequences are based on targeting the accessory muscles (the small muscle groups). The worst aspect of this discussion was that I felt people were being dismissive of an infographic that was making some very relevant points. I also gave clear examples of how perfectionism is destructive to your health and happiness. This is why I’ve dedicated much of my work to the psychology of behavior modification. It's a South American root that had a big study published on it, I think a very high quality study, where they showed that not only did it help people lose weight but it more importantly helped their health.
Oz said the first time around - that one should 'build up a lot of muscle' to lose fat and see your abs. But we also understand that there are things you just can’t get from food anymore due to our modern environment. Don'tA justA listen to the podcast---there's so much more available for you so come dive in! If you’re looking for a fast, 20 minute fat burning workout to start adding in one to two times a week, Tabata sprinting is our top recommendation.
The evolutionary use for depression and some key takeaways about the root cause of depression. Hopefully I go off-speech better than Joe Biden does—email me and let me know what you think.
Hopefully I go off-speech better than Joe Biden does---email me and let me know what you think.
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