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29 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 60: Fiber and Resistant Starch
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we're discussing fiber and resistant starch. These powerful tools care for the gut and in turn, support all the systems in the body. Hate vegetables and other high fiber foods? We’ve got some info on how you can incorporate resistant starch to get similar benefits while you work on finding other ways to get your fiber in.
24 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 59: Training Logs
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we discuss the importance of keeping a training log. Being able to see what has worked in the past, what has not, and knowing how to adapt your training for the future is just one of the many benefits of a training log. Not to mention how enjoyable it is to look back on training from a decade ago and see the progress that you have made.
35 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 58: Fat Loss, Maintenance, and Massing Phases
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we discuss the importance of fat-loss, maintenance, and massing phases and how each of these should be used in a regular rotation to reach your ultimate body composition goals.
28 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 57: Carb Cycling and Weight Fluctuations
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we discuss how carb cycling impacts your weight, specifically during a weight loss phase. These weight fluctuations are actually planned for in a proper carb cycling and program and understanding what your body is doing during these periods is key to staying on track and maximizing the effectiveness of the diet.
25 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 56: Working Out At Home
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we discuss how to workout at home, including the equipment we'd recommend (that you can still find), the best practices for getting in the mood to workout at home, as well as the adjustments you can make to your training to continue getting leaner and stronger.
33 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 55: How To Lose Weight
What can you do to lose weight? What options do you have when progress starts to slow down? What "tools" make the most sense to use in certain situations? In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we dive into the methodology we use to take someone through a weight loss journey and how to know when to use the proper "tool".
45 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 54: "I'm Doing Everything Right, But Not Losing Weight"
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we discuss what to do when you think are doing everything right but you are stuck at a seemingly insurmountable plateau. This checklist will help you see how to adjust your plan and get you back to making progress.
35 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 53: The Best Diet For Busy People
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we discuss the best diet for busy people. Learn the in's and out's of a successful diet and why we make the recommendations we do. If time is your primary roadblock to getting in shape, then this is the episode for you.
23 minutes | 8 months ago
Episode 52: Exercising After Extended Time Off
In this week's episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we discuss how to restart exercising after a long time off. Learn how to adjust your volume, intensity, tempo, and recovery to suit your body's needs and establish realistic expectations and timelines for returning to form as quickly and safely as possible.
22 minutes | a year ago
Episode 51: How to Lose Weight During The Holidays
In this week's episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we discuss how to lose weight through the holidays, despite the additional temptations and family gatherings. We go into actionable recommendations for things you can do the day of a celebration to make the most of it without sabotaging your progress.
26 minutes | a year ago
Episode 50: Spinach Extract Is Basically A Steroid?
In this week's episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we chat about plants! Specifically anti-nutrients (including lectins) and how to work around their negative side effects. Also covering a cool study showing some support for Popeye's love of spinach and a recent “scare” about kale being bad for your health. The spinach related talk starts at 13:15.
21 minutes | a year ago
Episode 49: Red Meat News & The Impossible Taste Test
In this week's episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we discuss the recent nutrition recommendations around red meat and conduct a taste test between the popular “Impossible” meatless burger and a standard cheeseburger. Tune in to see how Kyle feels about his first-ever veggie burger.
25 minutes | a year ago
Episode 48: The Impossible Burger & Beyond Meat
On this week’s episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we chat about the new meat alternative burger craze, specifically: The Impossible Burger that is popping up in fast-food chains like Burger King, and another popular meat alternative "Beyond Meat". Find out if these “meat replacements” that bleed like real beef have any real value for your health.
26 minutes | a year ago
Episode 47: Carb Cycling
In today’s episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we discuss a high-level nutrition strategy known as carb cycling. Carb cycling looks to maximize the effectiveness of every last detail in a diet, aiming to optimize body composition, performance, metabolic rate, and cravings.
21 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 46: Does The Size of a Muscle Affect How It Should Be Trained?
In today’s episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we chat about whether or not the size of a muscle affects how it should be trained. Do smaller muscles require more or less volume and/or frequency to achieve maximal growth compared to large muscles? Find out here.
15 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 45: Intermittent Fasting Makes You Weaker?
In today’s episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we are discussing a brand new study looking at the effects of intermittent fasting on strength output. These results have interesting implications for people getting into intermittent fasting but they might not be what you think.
19 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 44: The Vagus Nerve - The Mind's Connection To The Physical World
In today’s episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we are discussing the Vagus nerve. This nerve serves as the junction between our mental thoughts and our physical reality. The proficiency of this nerve can have major effects on mental and physical well being including anxiety, depression, arthritis, and gut issues to name a few. Learn all about what this strange nerve can do and how you can train it. Here's a hint, there's a legitimate physical reason for "chanting" practices in yoga such as "Om".
22 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 43: New Food Label, Potential Diabetes Link, and the Effectiveness of Small Frequent Meals
In today’s episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we are discussing the new nutrition label, a potentially new cause of type 2 diabetes, and the effect of smaller more frequent meals on your weight and body composition.
32 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 42: Can You Eat Too Much Protein?
In today’s episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we are discussing whether or not you can have too much protein and if so, what the ramifications might be. We touch on the results of an overfeeding study to investigate whether or not excess protein can be stored as body fat and we dive into the effects protein may have on your kidneys and bone health.
22 minutes | 2 years ago
Episode 41: Getting To Know Us (Part 2)
In today’s episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we have part 2 of our series on helping you guys get to know us better! This week Alexa shares what inspired her to choose nutrition as a career and how a passion for learning continues to shape her business and coaching style.
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