June 23, 2010
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In this June 23, 2010 special 100th free audio episode: a trip down memory lane back to the first BenGreenfieldFitness.com podcast, how to make your kitchen healthier, calories in walking vs. running, how long it takes to burn off caffeine, how long it takes to build tolerance to caffeine, whether caffeine after a workout helps, is aloe vera a scam, how to determine how much salt is in your sweat, how to know if you're running hard enough, and how often should you train in hot weather?
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In today's featured topic, you get to listen to the very first episode of BenGreenfieldFitness, in which Ben discusses the following:
1. Introduction: “What to Expect in The BenGreenfieldFitness.com Podcast”
2. Interview: Preview of Upcoming Interviews
3. Workout of the Week: Round & Round
4. Book Review: Run With No Pain
5. Nutrition: Healthy Chocolate-Peanut Butter Ice Cream
6. Special Topic: Preview of the National Personal Training conference
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Listener Q&A: All Call-In Questions This Week!
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Listener Pat asks how to make her kitchen healthier.
Listener Daniel has a question about calories burnt in walking vs. running.
Listener Chuck has several questions about the role of caffeine in training, including whether can you build tolerance to caffeine, whether you should redose with caffeine during races, whether a small change in mg makes a difference, and should you take after a workout.
Listener Jeff has a call in question about supplements called “Light Force Nutrition Greens with MSM” and “Univera” aloe vera products.
In my response to Jeff, I mention the Enerprime capsules and powder.
Listener Patrick asks how to determine the amount of salt in sweat.
Listener Luke asks how to know if you are running hard enough during your races.
Listener Toby asks if there are any benefits to regularly training in hot weather.
Finally, listener Chris has some call-in feedback about the podcast!
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3 thoughts on “Episode #100: BenGreenfieldFitness Turns 100!”
Happy 100 Ben!
I was just checking to see if the “feel the discomfort” during training and competition applies to the over 40 crowd. We seem to be a little more prone to injuries and slower to recover, so I wanted to know if there were any guidelines for feeling the burn & pain for the older athlete. Or maybe it’s a myth and we should be training just as hard as the 20 somethings.
Looking forward to another 100!
Difference between burn and pain is significant, since the former is lactic acid, and the latter is joint pain – which is definitely something the older population needs to be more aware of…