Everyone wants to increase the volume of their training, but is that really the smartest way to get fitter?
-“Be impressed with intensity, not Volume” - Greg Glassman. Less is more.
-What are your fitness goals?
-More training is not better, better training is better.
We sit down with Carmen and Phil to see what they have been up to the last few months:
-Steady state cardio
-Dubai Fitness competition
This weeks episode we have had head of IF endurance Neil Flanners give his top 5 points on how to build aerobic capacity:
-Mix it up
We have all tried it. We see the class program and we think to ourselves, oh no...not T2B again or whatever you might fear. This type of negativity might have a bigger impact on your performance than you think. So how do you avoid it? In training and in life:
-Always start the session on a positive note. Go say hi to someone, ask how their day was and small talk about positive things.
-Seek for opportunities in the workout to get better.
-Don't compare yourself to others.
-Encourage others and they will encourage you when you are in dark place.
-Disconnect. Don't use your phone during your session. Be in the moment.
Thanks for all the questions to make these shows. Keep them coming!
-Managing rest and recovery
-Cheat day - what is it
Fruit is sure better than chocolate but in this show we let you know how to use it the best:
-We need a certain amount of sugar in our diet
-Fruit for sure is better than chocolate bars
-Thick skin v thin skin fruit
One of the biggest questions we get - how do I develop mental toughness? Andre asks Marcus these questions:
-What is your definition of mental toughness/grit?
-How do you develop mental toughness?
-Can you learn mental toughness or are you born with it?
-Is talent overrated?
-Who are the toughest athletes on the planet by your definition?
Yes our body needs a certain amount of sugar so best to get it from the natural sources such as:
Questions and answers. These were your questions. Have a listen to the show for our answers:
-Why the name InnerFight? Where does it come from?
-Fruit (sugar) before or after training? See podcast 349 also coming out in a few weeks
-Why is it so hard to be consistent in your diet?
-What do you think about counting Macros? Does it work? What is it?
-Apple pie or chocolate cake. Or both?
-Are oats good for you? Why do more X fitters eat them?
-Is Vegan the new Paleo? Why is everyone turning vegan in 2017. Your thoughts on what the health?