Tag: "Exercise"

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BHTV #2 – The Quest for a Flat Belly!

In this show, you will be amazed by the improvement in production quality from the first show.  David tweaked a lot of things in post production.  But don’t worry, we are not done yet.  We have even more changes that we want to make over time to take it to the next level. Since summer […]

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BHTV #1 – Sit Up Straight!

Here’s what you’ve all been waiting for: Being Healthy TV! Starting today, there will be a new episode for you every Sunday! So, sit back and enjoy the show! For the first show, I decided to cover a subject that affects everyone watching: sitting posture. The goal of this episode is to teach you about […]

BH4BP #50 - Listener Q&A Special #1
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BH4BP #50 – Listener Q&A Special #1

Today is a milestone episode.  We made it to episode 50!  That’s an episode every Thursday for 50 straight weeks.  Not bad!  And in honor of that, this episode is a listener question episode because I get a lot of great questions and I thought, what better way to thank you all for making the […]

BH4BP #49 - No Time to Exercise? Jump On That Bike!
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BH4BP #49 – No Time to Exercise? Jump On That Bike!

Photo by BruceTurner via flickr The Being Healthy TV promo came out this Sunday.  I hope you all enjoyed it.  The first show will come out on June 21st and every Sunday after that.  It is up on iTunes, so feel free to subscribe! It is going to be a great year for Being Healthy […]

Strength Training: Free Weights vs. Resistance Machines!
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Strength Training: Free Weights vs. Resistance Machines!

Photo by jerryonlife via flickr You decided that it is time to start lifting weights, so you joined a gym.  Now you are not sure where to start.  Some of your friends say that free weights are the only way to go, while others only use the machines.  So, which should you choose? For years […]

Exercising In Air Pollution: Because You Have to Inhale
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Exercising In Air Pollution: Because You Have to Inhale

Photo by wili hybrid via Flickr The marathon was still six months off, but Jacob was pretty excited.  He had always been a runner, but he had never had the time to commit to training for a full marathon before.  He had all the right gear.  Everything from the shoes and special socks to the […]

You're Full of It. I Mean You're Constipated!
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You’re Full of It. I Mean You’re Constipated!

Photo by sylvar via Flickr Your last bowel movement was two days ago.  Thinking something is wrong because you heard that healthy adults pass stools daily, you grab your car keys and head to the store to buy some laxatives.  But do you really need a laxative? Despite what you may have heard, a healthy […]

BH4BP #44 - Injuries: Strains and Sprains
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BH4BP #44 – Injuries: Strains and Sprains

Photo by cmaccubin via Flickr Back on show #40, I talked about ways to minimize or avoid muscle soreness and muscle cramps during exercise.  For those that didn’t hear that show, those are aches and pains that while painful, do not involve injury. In this show, I am going to cover exercise related injuries.  Specifically, […]

BH4BP #40 - Muscle Pain: Don't Fear It; Minimize It!
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BH4BP #40 – Muscle Pain: Don’t Fear It; Minimize It!

Photo by syntheticj via Flickr Sometimes, after a really hard workout, you feel so stiff and sore that it hurts to move.  Getting out of bed or getting dressed is so painful that you can’t help grunting as you pull on your clothes.  Or maybe you wake up with a cramp in your calf or […]

For the Best Returns, Diversify Your Exercises!
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For the Best Returns, Diversify Your Exercises!

Photo by indywriter via Flickr Are you bored with your exercise routine? Do you dread the workouts you used to enjoy? If you answered yes to either of those questions, then it is time to spice up your workout sessions with a little cross-training. Variety is the spice of life after all! So, what is […]

I Got Your Back!: Back Pain Prevention Tips
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I Got Your Back!: Back Pain Prevention Tips

Most people have experienced some kind of back pain at least once in their life.  Fortunately, for most people, back pain comes and goes within a few weeks and is not that serious.  But once you have experienced back pain, you have a higher chance of recurrence and an increased possibility of greater pain. Back […]

BH4BP #33 - Being Healthy: Tee Morris's Journey
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BH4BP #33 – Being Healthy: Tee Morris’s Journey

This week we are going to do something different with the show.  A few weeks ago on Show #26, I talked about my journey to becoming healthier.  That show got a really positive response, so I thought that it would be interesting to all of you if I interviewed a guest occasionally and discussed how […]

Exercise Programs: How to Go the Distance
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Exercise Programs: How to Go the Distance

Photo by TimWilson via Flickr The first few months of the year are always super busy at the gym. The place is jam packed with new people.  There are waits for aerobic equipment that make amusement park lines seem fast in comparison and sometimes it seems that all the weight equipment you want to use […]

BH4BP #31 - Dealing With Stress: Part 1
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BH4BP #31 – Dealing With Stress: Part 1

Photo by Y0si via Flickr Today’s episode is the first in a two part series about stress.  Now is an appropriate time for this topic because these are tough and stressful times for many people.  Unemployment is up, home foreclosures are high and the stock market is way down.  Some people have lost their jobs […]

BH4BP #29 - Running: The Gold Standard of Exercise
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BH4BP #29 – Running: The Gold Standard of Exercise

Today I would like to talk about a subject that is dear to my heart.  That’s right, running.  Both my dad and mom were runners.  They got me started competing in track when I was in elementary school and I have been running ever since. Running is really the gold standard of exercise. It is […]

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