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.
And now, with that off my chest, on with this week’s digest!
If any of the following topics happen to tickle your fancy, click the underlined text to read or listen.
Upgraded Fitness – Are You Ready to Upgrade Your Fitness?
If you are ready to move more of your body, more often, in more and more interesting and satisfying ways, subscribe to the Upgraded Fitness podcast.
Change Academy – Wisdom to Know the Difference
The Serenity Prayer counsels us to accept the things that we cannot change. But often, the things that we say we cannot change are actually 100% within our control. In this episode, Monica Reinagel and I explore whether something is truly out of our control or if we just prefer to believe that it is.
Get-Fit Guy – How Intrinsic Motivation Will Get You Fit
Exercising consistently is hard. The only way to succeed is if your desire to get fit is greater than your desire to stay in bed. That is where intrinsic motivation becomes your best tool.
Get-Fit Guy – Meet the New Get-Fit Guy (Part 1)
After four fun-filled years as the Get-Fit Guy, I am passing the barbell to a new fitness professional, Dr. Jonathan Su. In this episode, the two of us fit buffs sit down for an in-depth chat so you can learn more about the new Get-Fit Guy.
Fitness and Neuroplasticity
Or, the case of why you should practice things that you aren’t good at!
The term neuroplasticity refers to the brain’s capacity to continue growing and evolving in response to life experiences. And it is directly linked to our physical plasticity.
Learn more and watch the full video at BrockArmstrong.com
In this Instagram post, I lament the fact that during the last 18-ish months we haven’t been able to run, swim or cycle as fast as we can in the same direction as a bunch of other people. By that I mean, there has been no racing. I for one am excited for that to be changing… slowly. But surely. Which oddly reminds me of how I race – ZING!