Fat 2 Fit #144 – New Measurements Of Success


Written on March 3, 2013 – 12:00 am | by Helana Brigman

fat2fit cropIn Episode #144 of Fat 2 Fit Radio, Russ checks in with Helana and listener David about their fitness goals and recent progress, discussing past injuries and unhappy belly fat.

We also look at the 70+ listener suggestions for running apps at our Facebook page and will follow up next time with a comparison between RunKeeper and Endomondo.

Although improving her running speed and long-distance endurance, Helana’s nemesis, the “side-stitch,” continues to rear its ugly head right when her training gets interesting (usually about one-third to half the way in).  How to combat side-stitches, identify possible causes, and take advantage of “diaphragmatic breathing techniques” are addressed in the show.  Strengthening your core and being careful when you train help in avoiding not just side-stitches, but also “delayed onset muscle soreness” (“Doms”).

Russ checks in with Dr. Rick, who has 3 big suggestions for reducing cardiovascular risk.  Then, he turns his attention to a recent study on weight loss with “mobile app self-monitoring” devices versus traditional pen and paper.  When it comes to consistency and training, there might be an app for that.

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  1. 9 Responses to “Fat 2 Fit #144 – New Measurements Of Success”

  2. By pk on Mar 3, 2013 | Reply

    Am enjoying the show more and more….
    But, thinking of starting the F2F drinking game for how many times
    Helana says ‘amazing’…its just ‘amazing’ or ‘awesome’….

    Understand…not a criticism, but a comment for awareness in usage

    Enjoying the female perspective…

    Thanks for all your work!

  3. By Sue Wanner on Mar 3, 2013 | Reply

    Would really like an update on Russ.
    I love that the podcast is back and Helena has come to keep it going.
    I do miss Jeff, he was such a wealth of scientific information. Best wishes to him.
    Keep up the great work!

  4. By Josie on Mar 4, 2013 | Reply

    Hi Russ and Team, I am enjoying the new sound anf feel to show very much although a big thank you to Jeff for his many memorable comments. I have just logged onto the website for the first time and appreciated the short summary reminders for each episode. A small request; could you add the homework as an item after the quote, so I can remind myself more easily at a time when I can undetake the task. Thank you for keeping me focused on the positive and I want you to know the huge benifit you have had to keeping my health goals on track. Keep posting.

  5. By Scott on Mar 5, 2013 | Reply

    Hey guys,
    Its great to have the show back. It has gotten me motivated again and back on track. I do not mind the longer podcast’s at all. Keep them coming. I have not heard Russ do his weigh in, whats up with that?

    Scott

  6. By Renata on Mar 5, 2013 | Reply

    Thank you so much for the amazing podcast. I wish there were more of this here in Brazil.

  7. By James on Mar 6, 2013 | Reply

    Why not show a similar picture of different men with different body fat percentages?
    http://www.builtlean.com/2012/09/24/body-fat-percentage-men-women/

  8. By Brent on Mar 8, 2013 | Reply

    I’m loving the show so much more with Helena on board! In retrospect, it’s crazy that FTF didn’t include a female host until now. She brings a humor, perspective and even a kind of erudition to the show that was lacking before. Great choice.

    Regarding Rachel McLish’s book Flex Appeal, you can also find used copies on BookFinder.com — which is a great resource in general when looking for used books.

    Brent

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