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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