Have you ever thought why we give sweets for birthdays, weddings, or times when someone is sad? Check out my latest podcast episode with school teacher, Mr. V, where we discuss: the tradition of cake giving, the drug-like effects of sugar on the brain, and how social norms can force us into unhealthy habits.
Should traditions be followed because they have been in our culture for so long even if they are unhealthy for us? You decide!
It is said that “Patience is a virtue”, but it can be very frustrating to implement patience in a busy, instant-gratifying world.
Former Synergy client and chemical engineer, James Guinto, stops by on today's podcast episode to discuss the process of sustaining a 30 lb weight-loss for a year, the internal/external “distractions” we experience in our fitness journey, and the mindset it takes to persevere to achieve our health goals.
“National Pizza day?! You don’t need a special day to tell pizza you love them.”
It can be very hard to choose to eat healthy given a choice between pizza and a salad. School teacher, Matt V., stops by on Skype to talk about the difficulties of eating healthy on Super Bowl Sunday and traveling on vacation. Tune in to hear our solutions when surrounded with temptations!
The discipline to exercise daily stems from creating a certain mindset. Perhaps the mindset that is developed can become a philosophy we use in life…
Tune in to my latest podcast with Doctor of Physical therapy and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Takuma Shito, to hear how he has developed an unwavering work ethic for working out consistently and overcoming life challenges.
It’s human nature to strive for meaningful connections with one another. Can fitness provide a vehicle to drive human connection whether it’s on the court playing basketball, or training for a race or in the gym?
Marathon and triathlon trainee, and Synergy Client, Kevin Shah, stops by on today’s podcast to share his experiences with community training and how it has shaped more than just his fitness perspective.