Practical, sustainable, realistic tips for exercise, nutrition, and wellness. You won’t find “quick fixes” or fads on this podcast, only proven methods that actually work!
Although physical fitness is important, it doesn’t end there. Emotional and psychological health are just as valuable. Without all three, we are left with gaping holes in our overall wellbeing.
Host Danny Burde is a fitness professional with Bachelor’s Degrees in both Kinesiology and Psychology. He firmly believes in the mind-body connection.
Danny also pulls from his vast life experience and shares practical advice on real world topics like relationships, parenting, personal growth, mental health, sexuality, and much more.
For those looking for an all encompassing, well rounded fitness resource, this is your podcast.
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High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT): How to Use It in Your Training for Maximum Fat Loss
Danny discusses how to intelligently incorporate High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) into your workout routine. If you don’t use this intense style of exercise in your program properly, you may risk overtraining and/or injury.
- the over use of HIIT in most programs
- CrossFit, orange theory, ego, and extreme personality types may gravitate toward it because of the challenge
- Passive vs manual income analogy
- Unsustainable nature of HIIT
- When to incorporate HIIT appropriately
Why Vitamin D Is the Most Important Thing for Your Overall Health
Danny discusses the insurmountable evidence that Vitamin D is one of the best things for your immune system, recovery, and overall happiness. He also shares personal anecdotes on why he believes getting massive amounts of sunlight should be a regular part of everyone’s week.
When to Use Unconventional Training in Your Exercise Program
Danny shares his passion for the use of odd objects and other unconventional training methods. But when is the right time to use them? Learn how to apply battle ropes, sled pushes, sandbags, yoke training, and much more. He also shares how to substitute these movements with more common gym equipment.
Optimal Set & Rep Ranges Depending on Your Goals
Danny shares how many sets and reps you should be doing based on your specific goals. He also shares the importance of phasing your exercise programming, no matter what your end goal is, in order to maximize gains and minimize injury.
How Often Should You Work Out?
Danny dives into the age old question…how many days per week should we workout?
The answer is, it depends. Danny shares the answer to this depending on what your goal is, aesthetics, performance, overall health/wellness?
Don't Just Rely On a Vaccine! How to Naturally Boost Your Immune System
It isn’t a matter of IF you will get exposed to an infectious disease, it’s a matter of WHEN. Even the most cautious people will eventually catch something, vaccinated or not.
Danny shares ways you can naturally boost your immune system. Ironically, doing these things will also improve your athletic performance, aesthetics, and overall wellness.
I enjoyed listening to the podcast and learning about being fit. This is definitely a great time to get into shape and become a healthier me. Thank you! 😀
This was a big issue I have that I never realized was a issue and this podcast has opened my eyes to start making some changes to instead of meeting everyone’s demand, making sure My focus is straight on my my goals, so that I eliminate my distractions to be able to put in full effort to my career and fitness goals!!! Thanks for the help
Knowledgeable, thoughtful, no BS
I recently started listening and was immediately drawn in. I binged 3 episodes in a row and will continue to make this part of my daily routine. I was very impressed by his knowledge of fitness & nutrition, his realistic approach on maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and his willingness to be honest & vulnerable when talking about life. I appreciate that he is passionate about delivering accurate, scientifically based knowledge to his listeners. His humility and openness is refreshing. Thank you Danny!