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JP's Exercise Science Podcast
41 minutes | Sep 29, 2017
Exercise Science Podcast #7: Practical Nutrition
This episode of the exercise science podcast is centered around practical nutrition. While the science of nutrition is a very in depth topic and is very valuable to know what we should do in regards to reaching our goals, being able to apply these things in everyday life is of utmost importance. In episode seven I give you very practical rules and guidelines you can apply to your nutrition and eating habits.
37 minutes | Jul 17, 2017
Exercise Science Podcast #6: Steroids in the Fitness Industry
This episode of the exercise science podcast goes over steroids in the fitness industry and my opinion on them. Since the rise of electronic devices and social media platforms such as YouTube and Instagram, it seems as though steroids have become more and more prominent in the fitness industry, even just for use outside of competition. I will go over my opinion on how they have effected the fitness industry as a whole.
31 minutes | May 31, 2017
Exercise Science Podcast #5: 7 Mistakes Beginning Personal Trainers Make!
Through experience an individual can learn a lot; in the first year of becoming a personal trainer, I have made mistakes (just like anyone would!) that I have definitely learned from. In this episode of the exercise science podcast, I go over 7 mistakes that are very common when it comes to beginning trainers and tips on how to avoid these mistakes, so you can learn from mine!
43 minutes | May 16, 2017
Exercise Science Podcast #4: 7 Fitness Broscience "Facts" That Aren't True!
In the fitness industry (or most of the health industry for that matter) there are many people who hear something from an unreliable source, and pass it off as cemented fact. Most people that I come across would rather give an answer over saying "I don't know". These types of habits have led to many fitness myths and broscience facts regarding exercise, and in this episode of the exercise science podcast I'm here to talk about 7 of the most common of them and why they are wrong.
33 minutes | Apr 23, 2017
Exercise Science Podcast #3: 7 Signs You Have a BAD Personal Trainer
In this episode of the exercise science podcast, I go into detail on how to determine whether or not your personal trainer is a bad one. The reason why I did this episode is because I see good and bad trainers all the time- but when I see bad trainers, I just feel bad for their client, because they are using their hard earned money on something that is just wasting their time. Use these seven tips, along with your judgement, to determine whether or not you should ditch the trainer that you are with.
33 minutes | Apr 6, 2017
Exercise Science Podcast #2: 5 Things I LOVE and HATE About the Fitness Industry
Many people each day plan on being apart of the fitness industry. There are both good things and bad things about this. If you are one of those people who plan to be in the fitness industry, whether that be personal training, strength and conditioning, group fitness instructing, being a yoga teacher, or anything else, this episode can help prepare you for the ups and downs of being involved in this career field! If you like this type of content, be sure to subscribe, and follow my social media down below! My Patreon My Facebook My Youtube My Podcast Page My Twitter My Instagram
53 minutes | Mar 20, 2017
Exercise Science Podcast #1: Volume, Intensity, Frequency
Most people understand that volume, intensity, and frequency play a huge role in how we form exercise programs. If you don't, now you do. But even if we do know this, what role does each play into how we make the program? Are there some general things you should avoid when it comes to volume, intensity, and frequency? In this episode of the Exercise Science Podcast, I talk about the do's and don't's of each, and what you should consider in regards to your exercise program.
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