8 episodes

Therapeutic exercise physiologist David Vanderheyden serves as your personal mentor and pathfinder in your health and fitness journey.
David takes complex subjects and breaks them down to help cut through the noise and stimulate critical thinking about how to implement health and fitness lifestyle changes in a simple, easy to follow format. Topics range from the fun, eccentric or hypothetical "what if" scenarios all the way to deep discussion about the philosophies of fitness and finding success in your life, to become the healthiest and strongest version of yourself.

1 Life 2 Lift David Vanderheyden

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings

Therapeutic exercise physiologist David Vanderheyden serves as your personal mentor and pathfinder in your health and fitness journey.
David takes complex subjects and breaks them down to help cut through the noise and stimulate critical thinking about how to implement health and fitness lifestyle changes in a simple, easy to follow format. Topics range from the fun, eccentric or hypothetical "what if" scenarios all the way to deep discussion about the philosophies of fitness and finding success in your life, to become the healthiest and strongest version of yourself.

    Beginners Guide to Supplements. What ergogenic aids build muscle and aid recovery? (Feat. Willie Yaldo)

    Beginners Guide to Supplements. What ergogenic aids build muscle and aid recovery? (Feat. Willie Yaldo)

    Exercise Science Grad Student and fellow master trainer Willie Yaldo joins me to introduce the topic of supplements, both dietary supplements and ergogenic aids.
    For a quick summary of the supplements we discuss check out my supplement guide on my Blog:
    1LIFE2LIFT.COM/SUPPLEMENTS
    Use the timestamps below to skip to whatever topic interests you!

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Exercising and Living in Space (feat. Scott Saionz)

    Exercising and Living in Space (feat. Scott Saionz)

    Our #1 Fan supporter on Patreon and ex-NASA engineer Scott Saionz makes his debut on the podcast to discuss exercising in space.
    Feel free to skip ahead to each topic using the following timestamps:
    7:00 Intro to Microgravity, Weightless, and the Vomit Comet
    9:55 NASA Twin Case Study
    12:16 Physiological challenges in microgravity
    14:40 Physical Therapy in Space for Lower Back Pain
    22:20 Problem-solving issues on a Mission To Mars
    24:00 Orthostatic intolerance, vascular and vision issues
    28:00 Weight loss in space and diet issues
    30:30 Coming back to earth after exercising in space
    33:20 Epigenetic adaptations to gravity
    37:20 Muscle morphology and muscle fiber types
    39:50 Commerical flights on rockets in the future
    41:20 Sleep disruptions and circadian rhythm issues
    44:30 Cosmic radiation and Earth's magnetosphere
    47:15 Why Elon Musk is wrong about nuking Mars
    49:00 Problems with artificial gravity
    52:24 Microflaura, Microbiomes and Immune Health
    56:25 Bed rest studies and why they mess you up
    59:44 How Astronauts exercise on the space station
    1:01:20 Why Dumbbells Don't Work in Space
    1:03:00 Pneumatic Resistance Machines
    1:09:30 Field trip to the Glenn Research Center
    1:12:00 How Astronauts Lift Heavy in Space (ARED)
    1:13:28 Postural Muscles slow-twitch fibers taking a hit
    1:16:40 Treadmills (T2) in space
    1:20:00 Ellipticals in space and alternative cardio
    1:25:00 Testing out space equipment here on Earth
    1:28:00 Bioengineering genes for micro/hypergravity
    1:29:00 Stasis fields and Star Trek Tech
    1:30:00 Companies (OYO etc) using "space-age tech" marketing
    OYO Portable Gym affiliate link: https://amzn.to/2MF9boj
    1:39:22 Sweating in Space, What Happens? Space Balls
    1:43:00 Sci-Fi movie technology becoming real tech
    1:45 Scott Saionz's new 1L2L Hats, Face Mask, etc he got from the 1L2L store
    Which you can get at 1LIFE2LIFT.COM/SHOP FYI

    P.S. As Scott Saionz pointed out, Scott Kraus from SCOTTCAst is actually not "anti-space".
    Scott has his own podcast that's highly entertaining (especially when I'm a guest on it!) covering everything from current events to odd news stories, philosophical quandaries, and musings about life, the universe, and everything esoteric.
    Check it out at THESCOTTCAST.COM

    >>For as little as $2/mo you can become a Patreon, check it out at Patreon.com/1L2L

    Like our Page Facebook (fb.me/1LIFE2LIFT) and/or join our Facebook community (www.facebook.com/groups/1L2Lfans/) for all discussion related to his Youtube channel and podcasting topics.

    • 1 hr 47 min
    Fitbits, Wearable Tech, and How to Select Intensity Using Heart Rate Reserve Method

    Fitbits, Wearable Tech, and How to Select Intensity Using Heart Rate Reserve Method

    In this episode Scott makes his triumphant return to showcase his new Fitbit Inspire HR, and David guides him through how to use heart rate and other metrics commonly found on Fitbits to make sure you're getting the most of your cardio sessions.
    We also discuss calories, VO2 max, how to find your pulse, and then upcoming YouTube show.

    Patreon members be sure to watch this episode in video format to get more out of the experience with graphical cues and other info displayed alongside the video. Also it helps to have a visual on certain things, like when I teach listeners how to find their pulse, etc.
    >>For as little as $2/mo you can become a Patreon, check it out at Patreon.com/1L2L

    Like our Page Facebook (fb.me/1LIFE2LIFT) and/or join our new Facebook community (www.facebook.com/groups/1L2Lfans/) for all discussion related to his Youtube channel and podcasting topics.

    • 59 min
    The Bane of Every Endurance Athlete: Asthma and EIA/EIB (feat. Bane from Batman)

    The Bane of Every Endurance Athlete: Asthma and EIA/EIB (feat. Bane from Batman)

    David does a deep dive into all research related to managing asthma and Exercise-Induced Asthma (EIA). He is joined by a surprise guest in order to show that anything is possible, even if you have to wear a mask every now and then.
    Tune in to learn about how your lungs work, how to breathe better during exercise, how to know if you have asthma, why it's underdiagnosed, and if you do have it, what can you do to control it. Also...Is using an inhaler considered doping in the Olympics? Do altitude training masks work? Should you breath through your nose or mouth or both? And much more!

    PSA: If you want to keep receiving content like this, please support David on Patreon for as little as $2/mo at Patreon.com/1L2L

    • 1 hr 30 min
    All You Want to Know about HIIT & Int. Fasting (Pt 2: Time Restricted Feeding)

    All You Want to Know about HIIT & Int. Fasting (Pt 2: Time Restricted Feeding)

    David goes solo in this episode to give you an in-depth explanation of the latest research and practical takeaways for Intermittent Fasting (IF), and specifically 16:8 Time-Restricted Feeding (TRF).
    Is Breakfast really the most important meal of the day? Why do bodybuilders eat so many meals throughout the day?
    Do you burn more calories due to the thermic effect of food when you spread out your meals throughout the day?
    What criteria should you use to determine if any diet is good for you? And does he recommend IF for his clients?

    For answers to these questions, along with the who/what/why/when/how to do IF/TRF, tune in to this episode. Then check out the next episode to hear the final verdict on both HIIT AND intermittent fasting.

    If you want to keep receiving content like this, please support David on Patreon for as little as $2/mo at Patreon.com/1L2L

    • 1 hr 28 min
    HIIT and Intermittent Fasting: All you'll EVER need to know and more! (Part 1: HIIT)

    HIIT and Intermittent Fasting: All you'll EVER need to know and more! (Part 1: HIIT)

    David goes solo to give you an in-depth, possibly overkill explanation of High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT). Is Crossfit a good HIIT workout? Should you use HIIT for weight loss? What is the afterburn effect and should it affect which type of cardio you do? Should endurance athletes avoid HIIT? And how about BodyBuilders, will it limit their gains? Is HIIT okay for those with asthma or those with diabetes?
    For answers to these questions, along with the who/what/why/when/how to do HIIT, tune in to this episode. Then check out the next episode to hear the final verdict on both HIIT AND intermittent fasting.
    If you want to keep receiving content like this, please support David on Patreon for as little as $2/mo at Patreon.com/1L2L

    • 1 hr 2 min

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