Summary: Dan Weber and Nick Stutzman discuss fitness, nutrition, and health with various guests. They introduce you to new workouts, exercises, diets, and experts to help you on your fitness journey.
Welp, that's Season 1! We had a blast, and if you listened to the previous episodes, you know what we mean. In this wrap up, we discuss each episode, what we enjoyed about the guests, and the workouts we took. Shout out to all that have listened, and to those who have helped make this podcast great! Look out for Season 2 coming in the next few months!
Anna had asked us multiple times to come to her pole dance class, and finally we were able to go. Talk about getting out of your comfort zone and trying something new! Hosted at Sweat716, Anna started us off with some very basic moves, and we progressed from there. It was not easy, and that was what was fun about it. Would we do it again? You'll have to listen to find out. Give this one a listen to hear our thoughts about the pole dance class and more!
Vestibular... That's one term among many others that we learned from the amazing Dr. Kelsey Fink of Muscle Up Wellness & Recovery, as we interviewed her a second time, following an assessment she did on Dan right before recording. She also taught us Integrated Kinetic Neurology, and showed us what happens when you utilize cupping therapy and Graston techniques for recovery. Give this podcast a listen and if you want to learn more, contact Dr. Fink today at https://www.muscleuppt.com!
We welcomed Dan Dominguez on to share his expertise in acupuncture as it relates to fitness, but we received so much more. Quite the story, and an amazing journey for Dan Dominguez as he has reached an amazing career milestone, all stemming from a sports tragedy. Soon to be opening up his own clinic downtown, Buffalo Orthopedic + Sports Acupuncture, and becoming the Buffalo Bills Team Acupuncturist. Find the time to listen to this podcast. He was a great guest and we think you'll feel the same!
We had to interview Dr. Jacob and Dr. Monica Harden again. They have more information about fitness, and ways to improve your health they needed to share! In this episode, we catch up about their new clinic opening this month, parenting a toddler while still working on their own fitness, more about RPE (Rate of Perceived Exertion), and more. There is a lot to learn and the docs were happy to explain, so take a listen as we are sure there is something for everyone in this podcast.
We sat down with some folks at the 2019 Eat Rite Foods Sports Expo in Buffalo, NY and did some shotgun questions! We spoke to: Meghan Arnold - The Bird's Nest Circus Arts Mark Williams - GeeksThatLift Leo Rivers - WNY MMA Beth Greenwald - Orangetheory Fitness Jacob Levinson - Jada Blitz Fitness Scott Abraham - American Strength Foundation Timothy Lidge - WNY Mustangs Marybeth Nugent - Buffalo State Mike Del Zoppo - Eat Rite Foods Solomon Renfro - Professional MMA Fighter Jacob Fey - BuffaloCryo
Sarah Bertollini, is the founder and President of TypEd Group LLC and is a certified practitioner of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, DISC, and other models of social psychology coaching. She recently joined us to discuss personality types and how discovering your "wiring" can help you discover what motivates you at the gym. Take a listen and you might learn something about yourself to help with your fitness journey and set/achieve your goals! Visit typedgroup.com to learn more about Sarah's services.
After having them on separately, we invited Anna Alvarado and Jordan Marwin back on to talk to us together and have them share their insight into physical fitness as it relates to body and mind. As we discuss, fitness can be just as beneficial for your physical health and almost more important in your mental health and wellbeing. Welcome Anna and Jordan back, and listen as the couple discuss their struggles, perseverance, and how as a fit couple they overcome their differences in unique ways.
Fitness isn't always about the physical, there's a mental aspect to it as well. Duke University Doctorate of Physical Therapy Student, Josh Allen, sat down with us to talk about his current studies, what he's seen as a PTA, Kinesiophobia and more. If you've suffered a big injury or maybe just aren't feeling the same after a small one you sustained while being active, this podcast is for you. Take a listen!
If you’ve listened to past episodes you may have noticed we like to learn from different experts and experiment with different workouts and diets to see what works for us. And in turn help you find things that might work for you. In this episode we review of some exercises and workout ideas that we’ve been playing with this year, from a sampling of our favorite experts. Visit https://herofitpodcast.com/episode/recent-influences/ to follow along with this audio.
We learned very quickly in our interview Naturopathic Doctor, Tamara Kung, about the recipe to Urban Foraging, ways to optimize our health, and she gave us a lot to "chew" about when it came to diet and nutrition. In this episode, we discuss how not every diet is the same for everyone, how to eat, sleep, breathe, move, and discuss her Urban Foraging project. Plus what she looks forward to doing in her old age (hint: it's kite surfing!).
This episode we took a class at Boxstar Training (High Intensity Interval Training w/ a focus on Boxing & Kickboxing moves) with Drew Graziadei, then sat down with him to discuss his background & gym. Drew was a professional Boxer, Kickboxer, & MMA fighter with a winning record in all 3 arts (winning the New York State Golden Gloves in 2012/2014). He uses what he learned in his career to design engaging workouts for the general public. We had a blast doing 12 rounds of HIIT & interviewing Drew.
In this episode we tackled questions about diet and exercise from our listeners. Some of the questions you'll hear us respond to: ~How Much Protein Do I Need? ~How Sore Should I Feel After A Workout? ~What Makes Keto Different Than Atkins, And Different Than Paleo? ~How Do You Stay Motivated/Disciplined To Go To The Gym? ~How Do You Set New Goals? ...and more... For more content like this please subscribe, and follow us on social media. Find all the links you need for that at herofitpodcast.com
Move Better. Feel Better. Live Better. - is the mission statement of Long + Lean Pilates, and its owner, Hayley Sullivan. Hayley really loves and is passionate about Pilates, and enjoys giving people fun, challenging workouts. Restoring people's bodies to their natural alignment and abilities, at L+L, their goal is to keep all of their clients doing whatever physical tasks they want to do. Take a listen as we go through Hayley's background, her Pilates journey, our session, and more!
It's not everyday you can get your strength, endurance, and cardio tested in one workout, but when we stopped at Quarter Deck Athletics, we certainly got it all. Then we sat down with Shana and owner/coach Dr. Dennis Lesniak to talk about our experience, what it takes to be successful in CrossFit, and how the QDA community stays strong. Looking to dip your feet into CrossFit, maybe try it out and see how it can improve your fitness, then take a listen to this podcast today!