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Brad Schoenfeld discusses what personal trainers can do to help their clients with weight loss in this session from the NSCA’s 2016 Personal Trainers Conference. Learn about the facts and fallacies of weight loss, as well as what really works.
Video and presentation here:
Video is about 50 minutes long but worth watching.
01:03 – Ketogenic Diets
19:38 – CICO (Calories In, Calories Out)
20:12 – Nutrigenomics
23:56 – Meal Frequency
29:05 – Practical Implications for Meal Frequency
30:47 – Fasted Cardio
38:35 – Bottom Line re: Fasted Cardio
40:00 – 3500 calories = 1 lb. of weight loss, true or false?
40:39 – Adaptive Thermogenesis
44:11 – Leptin
45:04 – “The Oprah Effect”
46:21 – Summary re: Adaptive Thermogenesis and 3500 cal = 1 lb. fat loss
47:19 – Practical Applications for Mitigating Adaptive Thermogenesis
Brother Steve found this one. Yet again, a “martial arts expert” -this time a delusional “Thunder Tai Chi” guy- is beaten by a no-name MMA-style fighter. The “MMA fighter” is actually around the same age as the Tai Chi guy, by the way and also has been retired from fights for around 16 years do the an injury, I think.
But this time, the fighter hurt the national pride of China because the “Tai Chi master” lost so much “face” – literally and figuratively. The article is worth reading. My Mandarin is useless but I think the “Tai Chi master” may have actually challenged the MMA guy…
The video of Wing Chun fighter vs Kyokushin Karate guy is particularly enlightening…
Brother Matt found this one. “Commonality of Technique” in action.
I always say that if you actually train long enough and hard enough instead of just “practicing” the same stuff then you will see that most serious “martial arts” actually overlap. This clip of Vee Arnis Jitsu is a great example.
Look at how many things he does that are similar to our methods.
In 1992 two of the original Dog Brothers -Top Dog (Eric Knaus) and Sled Dog (Kajukenbo GM Philip Gelinas, keeper of the Family Tree)- went to a park near Top Dog’s house in Long Beach and has a full-contact stick fight on a tennis court.
Most people are well aware of the need for proper diet and exercise for a good quality of life.
Recent events and follow-up research have made it clear that Planet Fitness is opposed to the idea of getting stronger and more physically fit.
No jumping rope, no deadlifts, no squat racks, no barbells, no dumbbells over 60 lbs…
Ask Brother Matt about it. In the meantime, here are some items which help clarify why I feel anyone serious about any physical endeavor should boycott “Planet Fitness”.
Theymight save your life if your opponent is a complete idiot…
Brother Steve sent in this funny and satirical review some of Dillman’s stuff by a deadpan British guy.