THE Exercise Physiology Show

THE Exercise Physiology Show Episode 6

On Today’s Episode I Talk About Fiber, Iron And Tabata Training

I received more questions!!

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What are some foods that are high in fiber and iron?

Broccoli is high in both iron and fiber…
Nuts are high in both iron and fiber…





What’s the difference between rice cakes and bread?

The carbohydrate and sugar count. Make sure you find the gluten free and go free ones. I put peanut butter on my rice cakes!! Love’em!!

All organic rice cakes are the best.

My own topic here: Live For TODAY!

Set goals and project a little bit, but  make sure you are living for today. We have to stop worrying about the past.

We need to stop reacting and start responding. Tomorrow is not garu teed. Please keep that in mind if you are having a down day.


Next for today is Tabata Training

I do a lot of it in the daily WODs. It’s a form of interval training where you go Asa hard as you can for 20 seconds and then rest for 10 seconds. Tabata training benefits out weigh the work. It increases your oxygen consumption.

You might be asking yourself-What does oxygen consumption have to do with weight loss?

Well, the more oxygen you consume the higher your metabolism. It’s called EPOC (Exercise Post Oxygen Consumption). Tabata training helps increase this the fastest way.

HIIT (high-intensity interval training) or Tabata Training  gives you a natural boost to b(HGH) which is needed for good health, strong muscles and has been shown to significantly improve insulin sensitivity, boost fat loss, and increase muscle growth. GO HERE to find out more about this topic…

20 seconds isn’t very long. You CAN do push-ups, squats and/or full body extensions. If you are getting winded by the end of 20 seconds and you haven’t completed that many reps, it’s ok. That’s the point is to get winded. Perfect practice makes perfect. To get exhausted IS the point.

Lastly: Fad Diets

They simply piss me off!!

Depending on what your outcome is, the can work, but the sustained changes that are happening should be slow. That was just a side note.

I just want to thank you for being here. I ultimately am doing this for me, originally, then people started following me and asking me questions. So now I am doing this for you. This show and you keeps me accountable. Thank you for your likes, comments, questions, shares, plus ones and repins.

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