69 Touching on a Sore(ness) Subject There are times, if you’re lucky, when you meet someone who challenges and reshapes how you think about a closely held belief. Twenty-five years ago, meeting Robert Francis was such a time for me–a true mentor, he taught me to look at exercise in a completely new way. … Read more »
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68: Visuals Adam welcomes Shayla McGrady, GM and personal trainer, at InForm Fitness. Shayla has been training people virtually long before the Covid-19 pandemic made it popular, and she was kind enough to take time out of her busy schedule to share her experience and expertise. Shayla McGrady, GM and personal trainer, at InForm… Read more »
67: Thermography Adam Zickerman welcomes Tammy Kohlschmidt, who explains how the use of Thermography detects early inflammation throughout the body, foreseeing health problems years before symptoms may manifest. Simply put, Thermography measures the temperature of a particular area of the body using a high-resolution, infrared camera, and is able to pinpoint “hot spots” without… Read more »
Total Body Workout in Less Than 5 Minutes – Adam Zickerman If you need help and want to arrange a virtual workout with us, contact us at InFormFitness.com.
Creative Workout with Bicycle Inner Tubes – Jack Morer If you need help and want to arrange a virtual workout with us, contact us at InFormFitness.com.
66: Exercise and Immunity Since the early 1900’s, scientists have been debating the question, “Does exercise increase or decrease our risk of catching passing infections, and the question has never been more salient than now, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. For some, self-isolation has ended their usual exercise habits; for others, a sudden excess… Read more »
65: Silver Linings and Virtual Training Returning from a short hiatus, Mike and Adam dive right into some of the challenges, lessons learned, and surprises they’ve encountered when the world changed overnight and were thrust into the world of virtual personal training. During the first third of this episode they talk about the 180… Read more »
Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training with Dr. Jeremy Loenneke Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) training… this technique, which hit the scene in the 1990’s, restricts blood flow to our limbs while exercising. It has some interesting and promising applications, particularly for people rehabilitating from certain injuries such as tendonitis. Dr. Loenneke provides a brief historical overview,… Read more »
The Strength Training Paradox with Dr. Jeremy Loenneke Researchers have recently uncovered that ‘those who are strong, live longer.’ Moreover, people who exercise get stronger. Therefore, as logic would dictate, people who exercise should live longer. Right? Well, maybe not. On our last episode, #62- The Cardio Myth, we attempted to reframe common thinking about… Read more »
The Cardio Myth with Dr. Doug McGuff Since the 1960’s, common belief is that two types of exercise exist — Cardio and Strength training — each having separate and distinct purposes. But is this an idea whose time has come and gone? Is there a new, emerging exercise paradigm? Mike Rogers leads an enlightening discussion… Read more »
The REAL Fountain of Youth with Dr. Doug McGuff This is one of our most important episodes. A must listen! Dr. Doug McGuff and I met back in 1995 at an exercise conference and we have stayed in touch ever since. He is such a brilliant thinker and teacher. I cannot emphasize enough how… Read more »
Negative Training with Bill DeSimone On this episode, we bring back biomechanics’ expert, Bill DeSimone, to discuss an exercise technique called ‘Negative’ Training. Negatives are performed by substantially slowing down the lowering phase (negative phase) of the repetition, thereby, increasing the intensity of the exercise you are performing. Bill starts off addressing the recent… Read more »
Why We Get Fat, with National Bestselling author, Gary Taubes Our conversation continues with Gary Taubes, journalist and author of the bestseller Why We Get Fat. In this episode Gary reveals a pet peeve of his: the establishment still considers Ketogenic and Low Carbohydrate/High Fat (LCHF) diets unhealthy ways to eat, even though the recent resurgence… Read more »
Exercise Crazes – The Barbell Hip Thrust & More with Bill DeSimone Adam and Mike welcome back Biomechanics expert Bill DeSimone for the 3rd time! They will take a look at the latest internet sensation movement… the barbell hip thrust and ask, is it worth the risk? Biomechanics expert Bill DeSimone is back by popular… Read more »
Exercise for Health and Strength vs. Exercise for Sports and Fitness with Dr. James Fisher Adam and Mike welcome back Dr. James Fisher, researcher & senior lecturer in sports conditioning & fitness at Southampton Solent University in the United Kingdom. They discuss exercising for health & strength vs. exercising for sports & fitness. Dr. James… Read more »
Why We Get Fat, with National Bestselling author, Gary Taubes Gary Taubes’ groundbreaking book “Good Calories, Bad Calories,” is stimulating and challenging , yet requires substantial time and attention to fully grasp. Hence, in 2010 Mr. Taubes wrote national bestseller, “Why We Get Fat” highlighting the key points of his first book and making it accessible to everyone…. Read more »
Single Joint vs. Multi Joint Movements Launching into a new Season of the InForm Fitness Podcast, just as rich with contemporary topics and live industry players as the last season, Episode #55 features British researcher, academic and University Lecturer on Sports Conditioning & Fitness, Dr. James Fisher. Together with Adam and Mike, Dr. Fisher… Read more »
Nicole’s Homemade Mayonnaise Facing the ugly truth, I had to give up Hellman’s, being 92% soybean oil. But I loved the taste, texture, consistency, look, smell, and feel of Hellman’s, to say nothing of BLTs, and couldn’t find a substitute I liked. Once I did, I realize it’s not the bread but the Hellman’s that… Read more »
Dirty vs Clean Keto The Ketogenic Diet is a strategic macro-nutrient distribution of daily food intake designed to switch the body’s metabolic state from Glycolysis, whereby glucose from carbohydrate intake fuels the body’s energy needs, to Ketosis, whereby fat is burned for fuel in the absence of the carbohydrates. Once your body no longer relies… Read more »
InForm Fitness is a personal training studio. Workouts at InForm are 20 minutes long, once a week. Founded by Adam Zickerman, author of the New York Times’ best selling book, Power of 10, InForm Fitness uses the slow resistance training methodology to yield a stronger and healthier you.