OMG! I can’t believe it! After a number of false starts, my new fitness podcast is finally 100% available.
I know, I know, I have said that before – but this time, I mean it. Second Wind Fitnesscan now be found pretty much anywhere you listen to audio. Here is a list of places to follow/subscribe, if you are having trouble.
As I begin the second half of my first century on this planet (I turned 50 in the summer), I plan to use my background in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, endurance sport, dance, and a lifelong love of movement to help you move through this world with ease, now, and later in life. This podcast isn’t about getting skinny, ripped or jacked – but it is about being fit, capable, strong, healthy and happy!
I hope you will subscribe to it and – if you would be so kind – review and rate it in your favourite podcast app. It would mean the world to me.
Second Wind Fitness – Do You Want to Get Fit Fast?
Everybody wants to get fit fast… but in this, the inaugural episode of Second Wind Fitness, please allow me to tell you why this is a flawed perspective.
Second Wind Fitness – The Minimum Viable Threshold with Dean Dwyer (the Successful Body)
The guest on this episode turned 56 in September and he has done what most people think can’t be done at his age – he is more fit than he has ever been in his life. We dive into not only the HOWs but also the WHYs behind his transformation.
Change Academy – The Power of Giving Up
There’s an important distinction to be made between top level goals and lower level tactical goals. Often, getting fixated on achieving your tactical goals can lead to being tenaciousness for the sake of being tenacious.
Change Academy – Getting Your Second Wind
In this episode, Monica Reinagel turns the tables and interviews her usual co-host, me, all about my new podcast called Second Wind Fitness.
Brock Armstrong Coaching – Your Past is not Your Future
The other day a member a person that I coach reached out with an anxiety issue. They were convinced that despite all the progress they had made with their eating and exercising habits that they would eventually falter and it would all end up being for naught. This is how I handled it.
Here are some ways to turn a hill into a workout.
Try some of these the next time you are out for a walk and encounter a nice hill. By doing a few repeats of these variations, you can have some fun and build some strength, stamina and get your heart rate up in a hurry.
Read more about this workout and more at BrockArmstrong.com