Every week The InForm Fitness Podcast dives into emerging research in the world of exercise and nutrition. We not only want to motivate you, we want to inspire and educate you.
We cover topics like the role genetics plays in our response to exercise, the profound physiological effects of intense exercise, proper biomechanics, and bodybuilding’s dirty little secret.
We also interview experts like best-selling author Gretchen Rubin of The Happiness Project, biomechanics expert, Bill DeSimone, biochemist Sylvia Tara, author of The Secret Life of Fat, and many more!
Adam Zickerman and Mike Rogers of InForm Fitness are joined by Dr. Peter Attia to discuss the studying of the studies that we are constantly barraged with through the news and in our social media feeds. Dr. Attia explains the mechanics of scientific research and how to distinguish the relationship between showing cause and effect in an effort to become more equipped in understanding and possibly mistrusting the information we are given regarding exercise, nutrition, disease prevention, and more.
Dr. Peter Attia is the founder of Attia Medical, PC, a medical practice in New York City and San Diego that focuses on the applied science of longevity. Dr. Atti also happens to be a client of InForm Fitness.
Adam Zickerman and Mike Rogers discuss something the vast majority of us take for granted every day, our balance. Some of the myths and facts regarding the maintenance of our balance through the myriad of training methods practiced in gyms all over the country, some of which are downright dangerous.
To accomplish your fat loss goals, the efforts don’t stop after your 20-30 minutes a week in the gym. Your habits in the kitchen are equally as important. You’ve heard it many times here on the podcast that if you want to lose fat, you can’t out-exercise a bad diet. The founder of InForm Fitness, Adam Zickerman and the general manager of the InForm Fitness location in NYC, Mike Rogers provide some easy-to-follow nutritional tips to expedite the results you are looking for.
At the time of this recording we are smack dab in the middle of the 2018 Winter Olympics and a lot of us are camped out in front off the TV cheering on the Americans in their favorite winter sports, like ice hockey, figure skating, snow boarding, and skiing just to name a few, while others are actually headed to the ice or to the slopes themselves.
So how does all that tie into a podcast about slow-motion, high-intensity strength training? Though you may not find Olympic athletes training at the several InForm Fitness facilities across the US, Mike and Adam have heard numerous reports from their clients how the Power of Ten Protocol has shown significant results to improve a skiers performance and endurance while enjoying their time on the mountain.
Adam Zickerman and Mike Rogers of Inform Fitness are joined by Luke Carlson of Discover Strength to discuss a book authored by Greg Mckeown titled Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less. The principles described in this book directly apply to the slow motion,
The principles described in this book directly apply to the slow motion, high-intensity, strength training protocol practiced at all 7 InForm Fitness locations across the country and the 3 Discover Strength location in and near Minneapolis, Minnesota of which Luke is the founder and CEO.
Intensity – www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0ca4DoWh8A
Mobile Gym – www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHXsL635i8U
Testimonials: www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9cXf1R68-8 www.youtube.com/watch?v=IL6OoBRtwko
However, could this study contain some flaws? Could the trusted, highly respected AHA actually be skewing the results of their study? Adam and Mike breakdown the data behind the recent AHA study and point out the obvious flaws that could be misleading the population to eliminate natural oils (such as coconut oil) for unnatural oils (such as canola oil).
This one’s for the girls and Sheila, Ann, and Nicole discuss:
- The main issues they encounter with their female InForm Fitness clients
- Whether or not there is anything special about the Power of Ten Workout specific to females
- The battle between a client’s desire for weight loss or body composition
- The pursuit for vitality and strength over just being skinny
How and why do some people respond to certain physical training protocols and others not? GENETICS! Find out how your genetics can determine the success of your workouts and how to find the most effective protocol for you.
Exercise Physiologist and Certified Master Trainer, Ryan A. Hall joins us for the conclusion of a 2 part series. Ryan has over 25 years of experience in the health and fitness industry. Ryan’s Exercise and Genetic Variability Lecture formed the basis of Chapter 8: The Genetic Factor in Body By Science by Dr. Doug McGuff and John Little. He also contributed to Chapter 3: The Dose/Response Relationship of Exercise.Listen »
If you are interested in losing some weight, gaining muscle, eating healthier, or even strengthening your relationships, Gretchen’s got ya covered with brilliant suggestions as to how and when is the best time to change a habit’s trajectory.
In this episode, we will discuss what those four tendencies are, how you can find out what your tenancies happen to be and how those tendencies might affect how clients of InForm Fitness approach their workout.
One lucky listener will receive a personally autographed copy of Adam Zickerman’s book, Power of 10: The Once-a-Week Slow Motion Fitness Revolution. That listener will also get decked out in InForm Fitness apparel including an InForm Fitness T-shirt, hat, and a hoody jacket. And we’ll top off the prize pack with an Amazon Echo!
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and Joanie which basically recaps what we talked about in the last two episodes of The Inform Fitness Podcast. Then at the completion of the video a little magic happened. A relatively spontaneous little jam session broke out between Adam and Joanie. Adam pulled out a guitar and Joanie shared her voice with us and we captured it all on video. It was really great and we hope that you enjoy it as much as we did.Listen »
motion, high-intensity strength training workouts offered at Inform Fitness locations across the country. Listen »
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necessary to build muscles safely. What is the dose-response relationship and how does it apply to building muscle? Listen »