You probably see the enormous value of being more physically fit, but like most people, you struggle to fit diet and exercise into your daily routine. The #1 problem is friction, the inefficient use of time and energy.
This podcast explores the top things busy people can do to eliminate friction from their routines, to turn healthy diet and exercise behaviors into long term habits.
Making Lifestyle Change: Why “Finding Your Why” is Not Enough
In this episode, I go beyond the cliché advice of "finding your why" for fitness motivation, delving deeper into the mindset of healthy lifestyle changes. I discuss the need to prioritize self-care, even if it seems counterintuitive, as it is vital for lasting change. Additionally, I explore the significance of believing in your ability to enact meaningful change, underscoring that confidence is just as critical as motivation.
I offer insights to assist those working on incorporating diet and exercise into their daily lives. Join me as I explore these profound mindset challenges and provide strategies for overcoming them. Let's embark on the journey towards lasting, positive change together. Don't forget to like, subscribe, and share this episode with those who could benefit, and stay tuned for more valuable content from The Friction Factor Fitness Podcast.
Get Fit in Less Time: The Science of Short Workouts
In this episode of the Friction Factor Fitness podcast, host Tyler Martin discusses the power of short workouts and how new research shows that people can still get major benefits from small amounts of exercise, even if it’s less than the 150 minutes per week recommended. He explains that while doctors often recommend 150 minutes of moderate intensity cardiovascular exercise per week, this advice is incomplete. Muscle-strength activity was added to the adult activity guidelines for Americans back in 2008, but many doctors still fail to mention this. Tyler also talks about how to fit exercise into a busy lifestyle and how strength training can count as cardio if structured correctly. Tune in to learn more about how to develop lifelong fitness habits and fit exercise into your life.
Building Sustainable Fitness Habits – Tyler Martin on Happy & Healthy at Any Age
Are you struggling to find time for self-care in your busy schedule? Tune in to this interview with fitness author Tyler Martin on "Happy & Healthy at Any Age" with host Robin Pasteur. Martin discusses his approach to fitness and how to build sustainable habits by eliminating friction in your diet and exercise process. Learn how to "face the friction factor" and make the most of your time and energy. Originally aired on 1490 WGCH, this interview is a must-watch for anyone looking to improve their health and wellness while juggling a busy lifestyle.
Reboot Your Routine Pt 1: How to Break Through Exercise Stagnation
In this episode of the Friction Factor Fitness podcast, Tyler focuses on how to overcome exercise stagnation, a common problem that many people face when they stop seeing results from their workout routine. He explains why exercise stagnation happens, and how to break through it by changing your routine, challenging yourself, and tracking your progress. He also shares some tips to help you stay motivated and reach your fitness goals. Tune in to learn how to beat exercise stagnation and keep improving your health and fitness.
How to Sleep Better and Boost Your Fitness
In this episode, I share how you can make sleep a priority and a habit that will enhance your physical fitness and well-being, even if you’re always on the go. You’ll learn why sleep is so important for your health and performance, and how you can improve your sleep quality and quantity with some simple tips and tricks that fit your busy schedule. You’ll discover how to save time by getting to bed earlier and waking up easier, how to optimize your sleeping environment for maximum comfort and relaxation, and how to adjust your wakeup time to fit in a morning workout that will boost your energy and productivity throughout the day. Whether you’re a busy professional, a working parent, or a student with a tight schedule, this episode will help you overcome the obstacles that prevent you from getting enough sleep and feeling your best. Tune in now and get ready to sleep better and live better!
How to Make Fitness a Habit: One Change at a Time
In this podcast, you'll learn how to make lifestyle changes for physical fitness without getting overwhelmed or giving up. You'll discover why it's important to change your behaviors gradually and sequentially, focusing on one change at a time. You'll also learn a simple technique to anchor a new behavior to an existing one, making it easier to form a habit. Watch this podcast and find out how to achieve your fitness goals more effectively.