5 Of The Best Fitness Podcasts
As you can imagine I am really interested in health and nutrition and totally agree with the statement "80% diet and 20% exercise" and "6 packs are made in the kitchen".
I started working out in the gym in my early 20s but had a break for 14 years when my daughters arrived and returned about 15 years ago. I have tried a lot of diets, not because I needed to lose weight but to see if they worked. If they worked on someone who is naturally underweight, have worked on that over the past 2 years though, then someone who needs to lose some weight should have no problem. I studied nutrition at school but not at the level needed for health and fitness but at least I had an understanding of macro-nutrients.
One thing I can say with certainty it is harder to put weight on than lose it. COVID has meant I had to work from home and I could eat what I needed to put the weight on.
5 Of The Best Health and Fitness Podcasts
- Going For Goal With Kayla Itsines
- Are Your Weightloss Goals Realistic
- Dieting Without Tracking
- Sustainable Approach to Health and Fitness
- 4 Simple Tips to Improve Your Gut Health
1 - Going For Goal With Kayla Itsines
- Speaking on the latest episode of the Women's Health podcast, 'Going for Goal', Kayla Itsines reveals why exercise should be one of the core components of any self-care routine.
- Kayla explains how you can get fit in 30 minutes a day if you have the motivation
- Kayla is an Aussie with 15.6m followers
2 - Are your weightloss goals realistic
In this podcast episode titled "Are Your Weight Loss Goals Realistic?", the host dives into the topic of setting achievable weight loss goals and the importance of being realistic in your approach. Karen Martel explores the common tendency for individuals to set over-optimistic goals when embarking on a weight loss journey.n this podcast episode titled "Are Your Weight Loss Goals Realistic?", the host dives into the topic of setting achievable weight loss goals and the importance of being realistic in your approach. Karen Martel explores the common tendency for individuals to set over-optimistic goals when embarking on a weight loss journey.
3 - Dieting without tracking
It's fantastic to hear about Lydia's journey and her success with the gradual fat loss approach of dieting without tracking calories and/or macros. It's great to see that she has been able to improve her relationship with food while still working towards her goals.
Weight loss without tracking calories is possible by focusing on whole, unprocessed foods, listening to your body's cues, practicing portion control, staying active, managing stress, getting enough sleep, and seeking support. By adopting these lifestyle changes, you can achieve your weight loss goals without the need for calorie counting.
4 - Sustainable approach to health and fitness
After achieving weight loss goals, it's crucial to adopt a maintenance mindset to sustain your progress. Without a maintenance mindset, it's easy to slip back into old habits and regain the weight you worked so hard to lose. So, how can you maintain your weight loss and stay on track?
By adopting a maintenance mindset, you can ensure long-term success in maintaining your weight loss. Stay committed, stay positive, and embrace the journey towards a healthier and happier you!
5 - 4 Simple Tips to Improve Your Gut Health