Join the Strength Matters team on the Fit Over Thirty Podcast as they share with you the key insights, principles, news and strategies that help people over 30 lose weight, get stronger, and live better.
How to Bounce Back from Illness
22:19In this episode, James talks a bit about his recent illness and his road to recovery, and what he feels was the biggest help in feeling better.
How to Workout Like Shang-Chi
19:38Here's how you actually train like a superhero
Why You Need to Stop Blaming Your Metabolism!
15:00Finally, there's research to prove that people can no longer blame their metabolism for putting on weight...
What Everyday Athletes Should Know About Hip Mobility
18:37Don't neglect your hips. You'll find out why in this episode!
How NOT to Run Your First Ultra Marathon
24:57In this episode James and Josh chat about the common mistakes people make when signing up for their first big race. For some it’s an ultra marathon and for others it might be their first 5k. Regardless, preparation is key to enjoying the experience.
Why Food Quality Matters in Fat Loss
24:25James and Josh talk about food quality and how important it is in fat loss. They discuss a few of their own personal bad habits - things you may be able to identify with - and then ways to improve those so you can start improving your fat loss and general health right away.
The #1 Way to Stop Procrastinating & Start Losing Weight Today
17:39The team discuss why procrastinating on your health and fitness and then putting your hopes in a quick fix - will always lead to disappointment.
How to Calculate Rest Periods Using Your Heart Rate
16:01James Breese shares some of our research and recent findings on using heart rate as a personalized method of recovery in between high-intensity training intervals.
Family Members’ Health and Diabetes
21:58Having been recently diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, James’ father is stubborn and reluctant to change, which has meant that James has had to be rather creative in the ways he has been advising his dad on improving his health.
Taking Responsibility for Your Own Health and Fitness
16:18No one else can be 100% responsible for your success or failure, we discuss why.