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Two sisters that explore the world of exercise science research applications. This podcast is great for fitness professionals and exercise enthusiasts alike. The dynamic of the show is a teacher student narrative. Where Olivia, a certified Exercise Physiologist with a BS and MS in Kinesiology informs the listener of science backed exercise information, new research articles, and walking through physiological/mental concepts related to exercise. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/estldr/ ...
 
The only podcast you'll ever need... Cubs podcast with Andy from Pointless Exercise, Sam Fels from Deadspin and Kyle Reichert. Bears podcast and Movie Deep Dive Podcast with Andy and actor/comedian Mike Pusateri. And, "Mike and Andy Reminisce About Some Crap" features Andy and Mike Donahue remembering Bears and Cubs greats...and not so greats.
 
At Muscle Activation Schaumburg, we believe your health is your most valuable asset. Join hosts Charlie and Julie Cates as they discuss how to utilize exercise to help improve and maintain your health, as well as interviews with health and wellness experts from various fields including chiropractic, accupuncture, psychology, nutrition, and functional medicine. Both Charlie and Julie are certified personal trainers and Muscle Activation Techniques® practitioners in Schaumburg, IL.
 
Welcome to Exercising Your Faith, where we build wisdom in people’s lives so they can move forward with purpose in God’s plan. Whether your struggle is personal, professional, or spiritual, we look to provide the guidance necessary to reconnect you with your faith and propel you on a path of strength in mind, body, and spirit. It’s time to exercise your patience, endurance and faith, with your hosts Dave and James.
 
Our bodies are evolving. In this podcast we explore a system of meditative exercises that can support us to move through this process consciously. Each episode includes discussion about the science of our changing bodies, as well as a guided journey to expand and adjust your developing light body. Learning to interface with your light body is vital to maintaining balance and strength in daily life, and is one of the most effective ways to generate personal and planetary health. This material ...
 
By some estimates 47% of the North American Population don’t even do 10 minutes of exercise per week. In a few years it is estimated that 96% of those that reach the age of 65 will be suffering from a chronic disease. Diabetes is a growing concern with obesity that appears to be telling us that many of us will outlive our overweight children. ExerciseMD is about helping change this inevitable reality. To get you active, to get you exercising regardless of your exercise history. Even if you h ...
 
Cardiac Exercise Research Group (CERG) studerer effekten av trening som medisin for å behandle hjerte- og livsstilsrelaterte sykdommer. Målet vårt er å finne optimale treningsprogram slik at vanlige mennesker får og bevarer god helse gjennom hele livet. The Cardiac Exercise Research Group (CERG) studies the effect of exercise as medicine for heart and lifestyle related diseases. We aim to define optimal exercise programs to help everyday people improve their health and stay healthy throughou ...
 
Psychological factors can play a significant role in sport and exercise. In sport, psychological preparation could mean the difference between winning and losing, whilst in exercise psychological factors could dictate whether or not we decide to even start an exercise programme. What are the links between exercise and mental health and what does it really take to stick to a programme of regular physical activity? This material forms part of The Open University module E233 Sport and exercise ...
 
Exercise Addiction. Everything surrounding fitness, addiction, nutrition and how to get a 6 pack. -Ben Chiseld gives the physiological reasoning behind the biggest topics in mental and physical health in order to help us understand why we are, or are not meeting our own expectations. His short, “straight to the point” podcasts are a great way to get motivated and learn new life hacks based on his trial and error experiences. A great listen for short car rides.
 
Smart Exercise is about using science with exercise to lose weight, build muscle and burn fat while protecting your joints. JJ Flizanes was named Best Personal Trainer in Los Angeles for 2007 by Elite Traveler Magazine. She is an Empowerment Strategist and the Host of The Fit 2 Love Podcast Show. With 20 years in the fitness industry, JJ will show you how to use exercise to get results and protect your body at the same time as you age.
 
Rick Kaselj specializes in helping clients use exercise to overcome their injuries. Rick shares his knowledge and experience with other fitness professionals across North America through live courses, webinars and books. This podcast is made up of audio clips featuring some tips and information for fitness professionals on the topic of exercises and injuries. To learn more about Rick Kaselj you can exercise and injury blog at ExercisesForInjuries.com.
 
Pranayama instructions for more energy, deeper awareness and higher consiousness. Breathing exercises for beginners and advanced. From simple alternative nostril breathing to advanced forms of Murccha – discover Pranayama in a very deep way. Published by Yoga Vidya, Europe’s leading Yoga Network.
 
Being a cancer survivor brings its own set of challenges that can affect every aspect of your life. Join Ciaran Fairman, alongside leading researchers, doctors, health professionals and cancer survivors themselves, as they bring you the latest in exercise, nutrition, and lifestyle behaviors to reduce cancer risk and improve survivorship.
 
Our goal is to challenge views put forth by mainstream and social media as well by exploring contradictory material and subtexts. Notably, presenting the concept that one can hold competing viewpoints, and that mutual exclusivity, is not a requirement. The basic precept of this podcast challenges Festinger’s Theory of Cognitive Dissonance, in proposing that we have the choice to break the “so-called” mold. And finally, since our host and guests may, at times, and without apology, engage in i ...
 
The Love Your BODcast is a combination of humor, science, and real world experience to help women who are on a quest to quiet the battles with food, exercise, mindset, and their bodies. From expert interviews to solo shows, this BODcast has you covered. Join us for the FREE 14-day Love Your Body Challenge at: http://www.fitmomrevolution.com Come have fun on Facebook, too!: https://www.facebook.com/thefitmomrevolution
 
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He was the face of the Cubs during the most successful run in more than a century, and even if it makes some business sense to move on from him it doesn't make it any easier for the fans. Kyle and Andy discuss the Cubs trade of Anthony Rizzo to the Yankees, whether it's in effect a third of a season loan or if he's really gone, how bad it is that o…
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie discuss the concept of muscle shortening. While it may sound bizarre, it is extremely important that your muscles are able to do this! So often we are told by mainstream fitness to focus on muscle lengthening or to do specific exercises to lengthen our muscles. However, this often cause…
 
It's hard sometimes to keep going when everything and everyone around you seems to be saying to stop. Perseverance is a character trait that we grow as we go through life. We are not born with it but a faith in God helps to build it and as we go through tough times, that perseverance becomes a sign that our hope rests with God and not the world. Al…
 
Today we have the pleasure of bringing you our interview with Dr. Tiffany Tajiri. Dr. Tiffany Tajiri (Tah-jeer-ee) is a licensed and board-certified clinical psychologist, a veteran US Air Force officer, and currently the chief of the largest behavioral health clinic at Fort Bliss, Texas. She is the CEO and founder of Stand Up and Recover, Inc., th…
 
How can you poke holes in one of the greatest movies ever made? Well, you don't, mostly. Andy and Mike P. revisit the 1990 Martin Scorcese classic, "GoodFellas" and marvel at what a great, well made, incredibly paced movie it is, while taking issue with just a couple of the plot points. They draw Sopranos parallels, play your favorite clips, give s…
 
The Olympics are here whether anybody's ready or not and Drew Lawrence of The Guardian (and several other publications) stops by to talk about them. Why are they happening? Why are they playing softball on a toxic waste site? The guys try to come up with a better way to pick the men's basketball team, wonder what Mary Carrillo is going to get to ma…
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie sit down with Dr. Stefanie McMillin of Full Circle Birth & Pelvic Health to discuss all things pelvic floor. Dr. Stefanie is trained as a physical therapist who specializes in pelvic floor therapy for both women and men, so this conversation dives into topics such as what the pelvic flo…
 
Sometimes it's hard to keep going as it can feel awfully lonely when we are following through on what God would have us do. The key to life is never giving up and God is the key! Our faith is made step by step as we walk along the path that God would have for us and we need to PERSIST and keep going even when others would tell us to stop. The path …
 
A year after the Cubs' inexplicable playoff run and Sammy Sosa 66 homer season, the Cubs were without Kerry Wood (because of Tommy John Disease), but decided the keys to returning to the playoffs were bringing back 40-year old Gary Gaetti and signing Benito Santiago and Scott Sanders. Fool proof. Just one game out of first in June the Cubs plummete…
 
As your energy system accelerates, so does the need to be able to regulate it. Last week's podcast episode The Evolution of Boundaries focused on using the outerbody as a protective membrane. This episode takes that further, detailing how to metabolize toxic vibrations that have infiltrated your field. This gives you the ability to generate creativ…
 
Barnabas was known as the Son of Encouragement because everywhere he went he just made people feel better about themselves and their situations. Pastor Mike Novotny is a modern day Barnabas because his ministry has helped thousands of people overcome a lifetime of hurt. We all know that hurt people hurt people and thankfully God has given people li…
 
It's time for a Cubs podcast and Kyle joins Andy with Sam out on assignment, and the guys have breaking news to discuss with Joc Pederson traded to the Barves for an enormous prospect (literally.) They play a fun game of "Is he gonna be traded," they try to figure out who to assign blame to for the demise of the Cubs the last few years, and they pi…
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie discuss muscle contraction, muscle tightness, and the relationship between the two. It is often thought that when muscles feel tight, they are the primary issue. However, this may not be the case. Julie and Charlie explore this topic and some solutions that they have found to be total g…
 
When it rains several things happen. Life can't be sustained without water and aquifers can't be restored unless the water permeates from the surface down into the ground. In much the same way our lives cannot be sustained with the living water from Jesus. We must allow God to permeate into every area of our lives in order to be restored but to als…
 
How do you read the Bible? For many people reading the Bible is difficult and seem more like a chore than wonderful trip down God's highway. For many reading the Bible has become a thing they think they have to do rather than something they want to do. If reading the bible has become another box to check each day then we think you will enjoy our li…
 
The Dusty era had ended, Sam Zell was in town screwing up the Tribune and trying to pump up the value of the Cubs so he could sell them to some unsuspecting dopes in Omaha, Alfonso Soriano, Theodore Roosevelt Lilly, Jason Marquis, Mark DeRosa and Cliff Lee were new to town and the Cubs struggled to start the season. Then Carlos Zambrano punched Mic…
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie discuss an aspect of exercise that is not widely talked about. While mainstream fitness would lead you to believe that you need to keep progressing in every aspect of your strength and fitness in order for your workouts to be worthwhile, Julie and Charlie have a different take. In fact,…
 
You and I have free will. We can do as we please but we do isn't always pleasing to God. If we want the best that God has in store for us we need to PREPARE our Hearts and PERMIT God space to live and work in us and through us. Join us today as we travel to Atlanta Georgia to meet with the amazing Bruce Pulver, the Shakespeare of the South!…
 
How do you read the Bible? For many people reading the Bible is difficult and seem more like a chore than wonderful trip down God's highway. For many reading the Bible has become a thing they think they have to do rather than something they want to do. If reading the bible has become another box to check each day then we think you will enjoy our li…
 
Former Daily Herald Cubs' reporter Bruce Miles is back to discuss his new blog at brucemiles.net, his new book, "The Phenom" and to talk a lot about the Cubs current and past. Has the Cubs' six-game losing streak given the team permission to sell, and do they have anybody to sell if it did? The Cubs' schedule gets easier and the Brewers' gets harde…
 
Your outerbody functions as a selective, semi-permeable membrane, much like a cell wall. This vibrational field around your physical body is likely expanding and becoming more permeable. This means that not only are you more receptive to beneficial energies, you are more vulnerable to vibrations which may deplete your life force and/or create emoti…
 
All Cubs seasons are fun to re-live (well, most of them) but some are more fun than others and this time the wheel of crap has gifted us the incredible, ridiculous, insane 1998 Cubs. Sammy Sosa homered every day, Kerry Wood struck out everybody, Terry Mulholland and/or Rod Beck were always pitching and Chip Caray was there to narrate most of it--we…
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie share stories about changes they have noticed within themselves as a result of lifting slowly. A question that often comes up is, "Does lifting slowly actually make a difference for your health, or is it just something you recommend?". Check out this week's episode to hear what Julie an…
 
How do you start your day? Are you always rushed and in a hurry? Maybe your preparation needs to be looked at? In the same way how do you prepare to meet with God every day? Are you rushed and in a hurry to connect and then move on to the "important" things in life? If this is you (and believe me it happens to all of us) then today's episode is for…
 
You and I are never without hope. No truer words have ever been spoken and they are the resounding theme of the life of Judge Roy Sparkman. The Judge has been a champion for Christ while being in the public eye for most all of his career. A lawyer, a judge, a school board president and now an author the Judge has been a steadfast Christ follower. H…
 
The season opened in the land of the rising sun and sunk pretty quickly afterwards. Don Baylor was the new Groove in town and he brought back a mediocre former Cubs catcher and an actual lead off man. Kerry Wood didn't debut until May after surviving his bout with Tommy John Disease but he did it in memorable fashion. The Cubs kept trading for Barv…
 
Chevy Chase says it's his best movie and who are we to argue? We give Fletch the Movie Deep Dive treatment. We discuss the long tortured road it took to the screen in the first place, the differences between the book the movie, the stuff Chevy just made up, and we even mention the godforsaken sequel. We also look at why it's been so hard for Hollyw…
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie rehash a unique activity they introduced during the One Workout Away Challenge. Every Wednesday during the OWA Challenge they would ask the participants to answer one question with the first thing that came to mind. The answers were both fun and insightful, showcasing common themes that…
 
One of the biggest hinderances to Christians today is that the enemy has convinced them that they are not enough. Too many of us think we're not good enough, smart enough or know enough to do things for God. This idea though is a lie! You and I are created by God, the owner of all the cattle and the hills! God made you more than enough and He gave …
 
In this episode we will discuss a paper titled “Exercise Training as a Therapeutic Approach in Cancer Cachexia: A Review of Potential Anti-inflammatory Effects on muscle wasting.” we will go over some definitions before diving into the research paper. Then we will discuss the paper from the research question to the discussion. Stay tuned to learn a…
 
One fo the great things about God is that He makes the complex extremely simple. His Word is straightforward, repent, believe in His one and only Son, return to Me and I will return to you are just some big but simple examples of God's Word. Today we are going to lay out for you some simple ideas to help you become as successful as God has intended…
 
Wherever you live, there are cycles unfolding in the natural world around you. Creatures, plants, minerals, atoms, celestial bodies…. they express their own presence in unique ways. Besides being glorious to witness, this biological activity has an impact on our environment and on our bodies. By bringing our awareness to these waves of life force, …
 
It's time once again to spin the wheel of crap and this time it lands on 1996. Jim Riggleman's fighting Cubs tanked down the stretch (surprise), Sammy was bad at the start then great and then got hurt, Ryne Sandberg came back, Doug Jones hit the road, Steve Trachsel was an All-Star. Jim Hendry arrived to start stocking the system with his guys and …
 
This week on the Exercise Is Health podcast, Julie and Charlie sit down with meditation expert Josephine Atluri to discuss some of the most common barriers that people face when they first try meditating and how to break those barriers down. Josephine discusses her personal journey with mediation, what she found to help herself meditate consistentl…
 
One of the biggest hinderances to Christians today is that the enemy has convinced them that they are not enough. Too many of us think we're not good enough, smart enough or know enough to do things for God. This idea though is a lie! You and I are created by God, the owner of all the cattle and the hills! God made you more than enough and He gave …
 
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