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Where did the hardcore gyms go? Most people in gyms today don't have a clue what they are trying to accomplish. Follow my rant as I load this up with sarcasm, and if you are one of those with no idea then start learning and train harder!!!!!!!
Jim Basnight is a journalist that publishes a Husky hoops subscriber only blog at www.huskydigest.com. With a decidedly NW focus, Jim covers everything from the newest potential star on the play grounds and gyms in this rainy region to the greats of yester year. This week Jim welcomes callers and guests, to discuss all of the NW Hoops and recruiting news. We'll be going over the Huskies, Cougars, Gonzaga, Seattle U and NBA draft news as well, plus a look at the Pac-12.
Join Host Kevin Hunter as he features business owner and guest John Finn or Orange Theory Fitness, Maple Grove, MN.
Get ready for the most intense and effective workout you've encountered yet. Our heart-rate monitored training is designed to keep your heart rate in the "Orange Zone." The results are more energy, visible toning and an extra calorie afterburn. We call it the "Orange Effect," a concept that will help your way to a totally new you.
Jim Basnight is a journalist that publishes a Husky hoops subscriber only blog at www.huskydigest.com. With a decidedly NW focus, Jim covers everything from the newest potential star on the play grounds and gyms in this rainy region to the greats of yester year. This week Jim welcomes callers, to discuss all of the NW Hoops and recruiting news. We'll be going over the Huskies, Cougars, Gonzaga, Seattle U and NBA draft news as well, plus a look at the Pac-12.
Total workout time for week 1 (per day): 45 mins. Calories burned (per day): 300-350
Total cardio time: 30 mins
For your body to start burning fat, your heart rate needs to get to more than 125 beats per minute. Track it with a heart rate monitor (Rs 2,000-Rs 6,000). Most treadmills these days are fitted with an inbuilt heart rate monitor.
Week 2 Beginner II
The pattern remains the same in week 2 but intensity increases by few minutes or reps.
Total workout time for week 2 (per day): 1 hour Calories burned (per day): 400-450
Total cardio time: 40 mins Follow same pattern of walking as in week 1 for the first 30 mins. Warm up for 5 mins at a comfortable speed of 6 kmph. Alternating between slow and fast — after every two, three or four minutes — choose speeds of 7 kmph and 8.5 kmph, respectively. After walking for 30 mins, run for 10.
Total cardio time: 25 mins Same as week one, except you are now doing 8-10 sprints of 100 metre each.
Total cardio time: 40 minutes Same as week one, but alternate between slow and fast speeds of 25 and 35 kmph, respectively, after every 2 mins for half an hour. Post that, cycle at your best capacity for 10 mins continuously.
Sandy Gross is the co-author of the new website Hot Yoga Science whose mission is to educate and empower yoga teachers and students about the benefits, truths, and myths of heated yoga classes. She discusses what hot yoga studio owners and teachers need to know to keep their students safe and educated about the heat. This timely discussion follows LeBron James' recent challenge with complications from heat exhaustion and the controversies surrounding open-air CrossFit gyms. And as we enter into the hottest time of the year, be informed about playing summer sports and staying healthy in the heat.
Sandy is also the founder and director of Evolution Yoga in Cleveland, Ohio.
Jim Basnight is a journalist that publishes a Husky hoops subscriber only blog at www.huskydigest.com. With a decidedly NW focus, Jim covers everything from the newest potential star on the play grounds and gyms in this rainy region to the greats of yester year. This week Jim welcomes callers, to discuss all of the NW Hoops and recruiting news. We'll be going over the Huskies, Cougars, Gonzaga, Seattle U and NBA draft news as well.
Jaime Chesney is a brilliant, tough and awesome chick....coming striaght out of pittsburgh pa, Jaime has been fighting for a long time, and deserves praise for it. With a strong background in muay thai and and boxing and now training out of fight club mma, jaime is becoming a force to be reconed with. And she has a record to prove it, Jaime has been fighting since the 90's. We will go more in depth on her fighting career on the show tonight. She has Stand Up Record 9-0, MMA Record, 2-2. Coming off two straight wins, at pinnacle series 7 she duked it out with katelyn dykas which went the distance, but her fight before that she snapped on a rear naked choke to finish off christina cherkes in the first round. More importantly, jaime is contributing alot in the pgh mma scene to make pittsburgh fighters, gyms, mananagers, etc.. with her online magazine, inyafacemma. In the words of chesney, "IN YA FACE MMA goes behind the scenes to deliver the region’s best and most intriguing coverage of Mixed Martial Arts talent." Tune in tonight, as we we will talk to jaime about her magazine, her fight career, her future plans, and of course playing the best old school/underground hiphop
Archived episode from June 16th 2014, to air on June 18th 6 pm Pacific Time.
Join Dan and Gem as they discuss the upcoming Masters Hall of Fame event on August 1st and 2nd, discuss all things insurance (for martial arts schools, gyms, etc) with Jeff Spain of Assurity Life, and give a heads up on other upcoming events.
This is a prerecorded episode, so no live calls will be taken.
What makes the perfect gym? For those people that make the gym their second home , its very hard to settle for less than what you have in mind. Join hosts Laurie Towers and Elite Ziegelman as they stack up the top industry names, and pull them apart for a comparative overview.
Tough Talk with Tony Gambone and his guest Myra Hargrave McIlvain & Mary Black
Myra Hargrave McIlvain is a teller of Texas tales. Whether she is sharing the stories in her books, her lectures, or her blog, she aims to make the Texas story alive. She has free-lanced as a writer of Texas historical markers and had five books published about Texas history and its famous and infamous sites. Her articles have appeared in newspapers all over the country and in magazines such as Texas Highways. McIlvain lectures for all five of the OLLI Continuing Education Programs at the University of Texas, for Lifetime Learning Institute, and for other venues in the Austin area. The award-winning Stein House, McIlvain’s second historical fiction, paints a compelling family saga of German immigrants thrust into the bustling Texas seaport of Indianola between 1853 and the fierce 1886 hurricane that destroyed the town.
Mary Black is a former competitive sled dog racer, turned health nut. For 22 years I focused on training and nutrition for our canine athletes and after we sold "the farm" switched to training two-legged creatures after buying the local gym. While owning a gym was a dream, the reality was depending on memberships to make a living was a pipe dream, especially in a very small town. After networking with other gym owners I found we weren't the only ones with a slim margin. I found a way to integrate the organic supplements and superfoods I had been using personally for a year to become another revenue stream. Within six months we were generating anywhere from $1,000 - $5,000 in our appx. 100 member facility. Knowing other gyms could use a cash infusion, we closed our gym last fall in Northern MN and moved to Florida to escape the cold and coach other gym owners how to do the same without having to carry much, of any, inventory, and not creating extra administrative work.
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