Last night we welcomed Ed Forteau to the show! Ed had struggles with his weight, so he went on a mission to research and find out why people gain and lose weight, and how our lifestyle can improve our health without the use of drugs, fad diets, or extreme exercise programs. He is the founder of the Walk Fit Challenge! If you missed it last night, you can tune in HERE!
What We Covered:
1:28-Magi and Mongo book Series
2:08-Ed Forteau Bio
6:55-The 5 Things You Must Do To Get Results From Walking
10:72-How To Intensify Your Walk?
14:15-Heart Rate Zones
17:30-If Running is Fattening, Why Do Runners Look So Skinny?
18:43-Ideal Workout Is Sprinting
19:00-Can’t Sprint? What’s The Next Best Thing?
21:28-How To Add Variety To Your Walk
23:05-The Importance of Monitoring What You’re Doing
31:19-Is High Intensity/Shorter Distance Running Just As Beneficial As Distance Running?
33:50-Limit Jogging/Running To 15-20 Minutes
37:09-Has Ed Experienced An Improvement in His Cardiac Function?
42:36-Importance of Nutrition
45:10-You Can Eat Significantly More Food If You Eat ‘Clean’
54:15-Importance of Staying Consistent
55:49-Recap of 5 Steps To Getting Results From Walking
Links We Covered:
Interested in learning more about the exercise you learned about during this podcast? Read this article to learn about High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T) and why it’s one of the best forms of exercise for your body!
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