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Greatist Podcast: A No-Nonsense Guide to Healthy Living

In this week's podcast we talk with fitness journalist Ted Spiker about why some common fitness goals backfire — and how to make sure yours never do.
Greatist Podcast: A No-Nonsense Guide to Healthy Living
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Ever wish you could wake up each morning with the kind of motivation that helps you make healthy choices all day long? Ever wonder why those best efforts to lose weight seem to backfire? We'll we've got some surprising answers. In this episode, you’ll learn some of the most underrated ways to improve your fitness, health, and happiness from noted fitness journalist Ted Spiker.

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What You'll Learn from This Episode
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00:00 — Why eating turkey doesn’t make you sleepy.

2:17 — Who is Ted Spiker?

4:05 — The most compelling topic in health and fitness journalism.

6:00 — The top three most underrated tips that will improve your health and fitness.

10:17 — The two most important tricks you can use to accomplish your goals every single day.

13:39 — The last workout plan you’ll ever need.

16:42 — The one thing Ted has done in the last week to become fitter, healthier, and happier.

Show Notes

http://www.tedspiker.com/
https://twitter.com/ProfSpiker
http://thebodycast.org/

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People On the Show

Armi Legge
David Tao
Ted Spiker

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If you listen to this episode on an iPod or other music-playing device, links to these studies will appear on your screen as you listen [1].

 

 


Works Cited +

  1. Medical myths. Rachel C Vreeman, Aaron E Carroll. BMJ. 2007 December 22; 335(7633):1288-1289.

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