Yesterday's Coffee is a fitness, nutrition, and business-focused podcast covering the finer details of real best practices in the fitness industry.
Kyle Blandford, Founder and CEO of HypertroFit LLC, holds his B.S. in Kinesiology from Miami University as well as certifications as a Personal Trainer and Specialist in Fitness Nutrition.
Alexa Zuber R.D., L.D., Founder of The Rooted RD LLC, is a registered and licensed dietitian with a B.S. in Dietetics from the University of Cincinnati. She is also a Certified Personal Trainer.
These coaches work with hundreds of individuals per year looking to tackle body composition goals, performance goals, and general health goals. This show is a look into their thought processes and philosophies in the fitness and business realm.
Fiber and Resistant Starch
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we're discussing fiber and resistant starch. These powerful tools care for the gut and in turn, support all the systems in the body. Hate vegetables and other high fiber foods? We’ve got some info on how you can incorporate resistant starch to get similar benefits while you work on finding other ways to get your fiber in.
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we discuss the importance of keeping a training log. Being able to see what has worked in the past, what has not, and knowing how to adapt your training for the future is just one of the many benefits of a training log. Not to mention how enjoyable it is to look back on training from a decade ago and see the progress that you have made.
Fat Loss, Maintenance, and Massing Phases
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we discuss the importance of fat-loss, maintenance, and massing phases and how each of these should be used in a regular rotation to reach your ultimate body composition goals.
Carb Cycling and Weight Fluctuations
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we discuss how carb cycling impacts your weight, specifically during a weight loss phase. These weight fluctuations are actually planned for in a proper carb cycling and program and understanding what your body is doing during these periods is key to staying on track and maximizing the effectiveness of the diet.
Working Out At Home
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we discuss how to workout at home, including the equipment we'd recommend (that you can still find), the best practices for getting in the mood to workout at home, as well as the adjustments you can make to your training to continue getting leaner and stronger.
How To Lose Weight
What can you do to lose weight? What options do you have when progress starts to slow down? What "tools" make the most sense to use in certain situations? In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we dive into the methodology we use to take someone through a weight loss journey and how to know when to use the proper "tool".
A real health and fitness podcast
These two are very knowledgeable about diet and fitness, and aren’t trying to sell you any crap, or shortcuts.
Accessible, important, interesting!
Kyle and Alexa are extremely knowledgeable in their fields. The way they approach fitness/nutrition is relatable to anyone, no matter where they are at on their fitness journey!