The Power of Movement and How to Develop a Personal Movement Program
Now, perhaps more than ever, it is important to move. On this episode of The Growth Equation Podcast, Brad and Steve go deep on the diverse and far-ranging benefits of movement, including improved physical health, sleep, sleep, cognitive function, emotional health, and creativity. Then, they offer a framework for how to develop a personal movement practice. They examine why complex does not mean better, how to get the most out of an in-home workout, and what programs might look like for those focused on aerobic, those focused on strength, and those in between. As a special treat, you’ll hear from Steve about whether he intends to train hard again to compete in running at the highest levels.
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- How Difficult Should Your Hard Workouts Be?
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You guys do such a fabulous job with your podcasts – so easy to comprehend and take it forward. Like they say, talk/teach like you are teaching a 6 year old and you guys just nail it there. Loved listening to this.