In this episode, we cover the benefits of powerlifting for endurance-based athletes. This topic is something you probably have never thought of, especially if you are a marathon runner or triathlete. I urge you to listen and be pleasantly surprised by the benefits and performance outcomes that powerlifting can make to your endurance based training.
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Example of my current training program:
Day 1: 2-3km Swim + Upper body powerlifting
Day 2: Track + Core + glute strength
Day 3: 30km Cycle + 2-3km swim
Day 4: 30km Cycle + 5-7km Run
Day 5: 5-7km Run + Lower body powerlifting
Example of a runners training program with powerlifting added:
Day 1: 5-6km run
Day 2: Sprint (track day)
Day 3: Full body powerlifting
Day 4: Rest
Day 5: 15-17km Long run
Day 6: Full body powerlifting
Day 7: Rest
In this episode, Mia Jay is back to talk to us about childhood obesity. Katrina Mills evaluates the Gwyneth Paltrow diet in her hot or not diet review and I cover the health benefits of chia seeds.
In this episode, I interview May Jay from Mia’s health, about how workplaces can keep their employees happy and healthy. Hannah Brown, is back with her Quirky Food Facts about apples, and I cover How To Spot a Fad Diet.
In this episode, we gather around the Heart Healthy round table, to talk about what you need to do to keep your heart strong. Find out how exercise and nutrition can decrease your risk of heart disease and early death. We also cover why it's so important to see a dietitian or exercise physiologist, for the right advice surrounding heart disease.
In this episode, I talk to Australian Physiotherapy Association CEO Cris Massis about the role of physiotherapy in the war as we commemorate ANZAC day. Meanwhile, in The News I talk about the importance of vaccination. We then tune into a conference I attended this week, where I bumped into a few colleagues from work. We talk about a range of different topics covered at the conference including the importance of zinc for diabetes, higher protein requirements for the elderly and what Australians are eating for dinner. I do a review on the Alkaline diet and discover if it’s Hot Or Not? And Hannah the student dietitian joins me on the show to asks me some questions in her Snap Chat segment. Don't forget to rate the show on iTunes!
In this episode I interview dietitian Chloe McLeod www.bjchealth.com.au who shares with us the benefits of plant based diets for autoimmune conditions in particular osteoarthritis. Jase from www.methodworksfitness.com comes on the show to talk about core abdominals as we play fact or crap. I answer a listener question from Melanie on FB: I’m lactose in tolerant due to IBS is it that important that I don’t drink milk will lactase enzyme tablets do?
This episode is proudly sponsored by changingshape.net.au where you can get all your nutrition and exercise issues sorted. If you want more tips on nutrition visit my website www.gabriellemaston.com
Today I am interviewing Joe Decker Guiness world record holder for the “Worlds fittest man”. Joe is a personal trainer who runs his own business called “gut check fitness” visit his website gutcheckfitness.com He shares with us some of this training secrete and how he competing in a grueling running event through Death Valley.
I also have my sidekick Dietitian Katrina Mills from www.katrinamills.com discussing “A hot or not so hot” diets, today we discuss flexitarian diets. Make sure you rate the show on iTunes!
On this podcast I interview Mr Joe Cross director and star of sequel documentary film FAT SICK AND NEARLY DEAD 2. If you want to check his website out at the same time have a look at www.rebootwithjoe.com
You may have noticed a lot of juice bars popping up in café’s all over the country. Well they say the trend of carrying around a green juices was all started by this one man.
Mr Joe is the guy that started the juicing trend. In his first film he had over 2 million viewers now his back with a second movie "Fat Sick & Nearly Dead 2" (you can search for it on Itunes). Joe travels around the world demonstrating the powers of juicing, helps people to regain their health back.
Joe lost 45kg of the course of a year whilst filming his initial documentary show, he had a range of health conditions including an autoimmune condition which he was able to escape by fixing up his diet. The first film he produced came out approximately 5 years ago
Now he's back to spread the word about how juicing, ultimately eating more fruit and veggies can change improve your health and change yourself. That’s an epic story one a think a large majority of people can resonate with. Over weight fed up, medicated up to the wazoo.
In my eyes any trend that helps people eat more fruit and veggies is a positive one. Joe even shares with us his favourite juicing recipe. Remember to connect with me if you want to chat @gmaston on twitter or if you want more sexy nutrition and exercise info visit my website www.gabriellemaston.com.