In just over a month from now, Monica Reinagel (the Nutrition Diva) and I will be launching our 9th cohort of the Weighless Program. In case you don’t know, Weighless is a year-long group coaching program that teaches you how to create a lifestyle that allows you to become someone who weighs less.
I know that sounds like clever word play (and it is) but there is a reason I say it that way. Anyone can make you deprive yourself and exercise to excess – and you will lose weight – but losing weight isn’t the hard part. Being someone who weighs less, for the rest of your life, is the hard part.
So, if that sounds like something you would like to know more about, stay tuned. Or better yet, take our scientifically validated and free quiz to find out which area is holding you back from achieving and sustaining a healthy body composition.
I have some fun news! Instead of offering you yet another reason to sit in front of your computer, on another Zoom call (via an online workshop), Monica Reinagel and I have created a special “popup podcast” series that you can listen to wherever and whenever suits you. Cool right?
This 4-episode series covers the key adjustments in nutrition, fitness, and mindset that will help you beat the #MidlifeSpread. You can listen in your favorite podcast app or right on the series’ webpage.
You can access this special podcast series here–along with a whole bunch of supplementary resources to help you take action on the advice. But keep in mind, because this is a special offer, you will need to manually subscribe to this popup podcast, it won’t be searchable like our other shows. So make sure you go to weighless.life/midlife/ for instructions.
I am so excited! On Friday, Aug 13, the first official episode of my new podcast, Upgraded FItness, will air. After that, there will be new (short) solo episodes on Mondays and new (longer) interview episodes on Wednesdays. How does that sound?
Upcoming guests: Monica Reinagel (the Nutrition Diva), Dean Dwyer (the Successful Body), Dave Asprey (Bulletproof Radio), Tim Waggoner (Endurance Planet), Abi Carver (Yoga15), Brad Kearns (Primal Blueprint), Molly Watts (Breaking the Bottle Legacy), and many more!
First off, I am not one of those people who dislikes running on a treadmill. I actually quite enjoy it. The term dreadmill is not one I will use… unless someone makes me run for more than an hour or so.
But I am still 100% on board with finding new and exciting ways to use that machine that is cluttering up the house. Because, like I always say, if you aren’t enjoying your workout find a new one!
As my final episode as the Get-Fit Guy airs this week, I can finally share the news! My new podcast’s name is officially Upgraded Fitness. The big launch will happen soon so stay tuned. I promise to keep you in the loop.
Exciting news! I am thinking of offering my “How to Sneak More Movement Into Your Day” workshop again sometime in August. Monica Reinagel and I offered it last summer and not only did we have a blast but we got an overwhelmingly positive response – so why not do it again?
If you would be interested in attending, hit reply on this email with a simple message like “count me in” or “I want to move more” and I will make sure you get the invite!
If you pay attention to it, the world is always trying to knock you over in creative ways. The ground gets slippery when it snows, it gets slick with wet leaves and mud, unpredictable people and animals dart out at you, and the ground is often riddled with bumps and cracks. Plus our old friend/foe gravity is constantly pulling on us as if it is just waiting for us to lose our balance and take a tumble. The fact that we manage to stay upright the majority of the day is actually pretty freakin’ incredible.
I recently ventured down Vancouver Island to Victoria to check out the new Upgrade Labs location that opened about a month ago. They have many kooky and fun pieces of equipment there but I went straight for a device they call the “Cheat Machine” (brand name: ARX).
Without getting into too many details (I’ll save that for a podcast episode) the ARX uses adaptive resistance technology where you exercise against a motorized system, paired with special computer software, to give you a super-challenging workout.
A company called RecoverFun saw my previous rather ramshackle video about Occlusion or Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) training and decided to send me some proper, cool-looking, easy-to-use cuffs. So, of course, I couldn’t resist doing a Workout of the Week video about them.
Two weeks ago, I shared a fancy quiz/assessment with you that Monica Reinagel and I created to help you identify – and remove – the behaviour patterns that are keeping you stuck. If you haven’t taken the assessment yet, you can do that now.
Based on the 600 (ish) responses that we have received so far, it appears that “Impulse Control” is a big challenge for many of you. ( “Self-care” wasn’t far behind. )