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Best Kyle Blandford podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Kyle Blandford podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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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 ...
 
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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 …
 
In this week's episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we chat about plants! Specifically anti-nutrients (including lectins) and how to work around their negative side effects. Also covering a cool study showing some support for Popeye's love of spinach and a recent “scare” about kale being bad for your health. The spinach related talk starts at 13:15.…
 
On this week’s episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we chat about the new meat alternative burger craze, specifically: The Impossible Burger that is popping up in fast-food chains like Burger King, and another popular meat alternative "Beyond Meat". Find out if these “meat replacements” that bleed like real beef have any real value for your health.…
 
In today’s episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we are discussing the Vagus nerve. This nerve serves as the junction between our mental thoughts and our physical reality. The proficiency of this nerve can have major effects on mental and physical well being including anxiety, depression, arthritis, and gut issues to name a few. Learn all about what this …
 
In today’s episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we are discussing whether or not you can have too much protein and if so, what the ramifications might be. We touch on the results of an overfeeding study to investigate whether or not excess protein can be stored as body fat and we dive into the effects protein may have on your kidneys and bone health.…
 
In today's episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we discuss the basic principles of training for strength and how this differs from training for muscle size. We dive into high-level frequency and rep range recommendations and touch on the importance of periodization and recovery. If you've been stuck in a strength rut for longer than you can remember, hav…
 
On this week’s episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we tell you why you’re not special and your body cannot run optimally on 3 hours of sleep every night (or 4 or 5 for that matter). We also chat about how sleep impacts your weight loss and how to make small changes to improve your sleep quality and energy levels. Link to the ZMA discussed in this episod…
 
In this week’s episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we chat about reverse dieting - what it is, why it’s important, and what to keep in mind as you start the process. No, we’re not crazy. Yes, you should probably be eating more. But also - why wouldn’t you want to? Oh - and if your attention span sucks, just watch Alexa wreck our flow and explain reverse…
 
In this week’s episode of Yesterday’s Coffee, we dive into a study published in 2017 that has just started gaining popularity - a study supporting spot reduction of body fat. Spot reduction has been accepted as a myth in the fitness industry, but this evidence may be a turning point, showing that there may be a significant difference in fat lost ar…
 
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we are discussing why the order in which you perform exercises in a training program is important. While focusing on compound movements first and working your way down to isolation work is what most people should be doing the vast majority of the time, there are some reasons for doing things a bit diffe…
 
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we are discussing how to optimize your meals and how to structure your macros based on the setup of your day. Not all fats, carbs, or proteins have the same effect. Foods within the same macronutrient can be vastly different in their use and purpose. Learn how to layout each meal to maximize the effecti…
 
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we are discussing the importance of incorporating strength training into your routine when you have a fat loss goal. Learn about the positive benefits strength training has, the negative effects of only doing cardio, and the truth about how much muscle you can truly build in a short amount of time.…
 
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we are discussing a new study that has come out linking eggs and cholesterol intake to coronary artery disease (CVD) and increased risk of all-cause mortality. Is it time to start giving up eggs? Or this another example of misleading research? Tune in, to find out! Link to article about study: https://w…
 
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we are discussing caffeine and coffee. More specifically, we are looking at the effect caffeine has on your body as well as common ways of consuming caffeine, such as drinking coffee. Learn about the performance and body composition benefits of caffeine, as well as the downsides of caffeine. If you feel…
 
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we discuss cholesterol, what it is, how it functions, and why it is so vitally important. Did you know that dietary cholesterol has little to no effect on blood cholesterol levels? Did you know that LDL "bad" cholesterol is actually a repair mechanism that the body sends to damaged cells and arteries? W…
 
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we discuss how fast you should be losing weight and/or gaining weight. A common trap in the fitness industry is a diet or training program that promises massive weight changes in short amounts of time. We discuss the negative impact these types of plans can have and why you should progress at a certain …
 
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we discuss common misconceptions around plant-based or vegetarian style diets. Learn why plant-based diets are not healthier than diets containing animal-sourced foods and often times can make your life much more difficult. Where did the myth of animal fats and proteins being bad for your health origina…
 
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we discuss the weight loss study performed by Children's Hospital in Boston. Learn why you can never take a study at face value and why you should inquire on the conclusions drawn from any research, especially when reported on by major news outlets or blogs. Article Link: https://brobible.com/culture/ar…
 
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we discuss the topic of stress and adrenal fatigue. What is stress? What hormones are involved in stress and can you be getting too much or too little of them? Is adrenal fatigue a real condition? How does stress impact your fitness goals and how do you go about mitigating the effect of stress? Listen t…
 
In this week's episode of Yesterday's Coffee, we discuss the topic of plateaus. This is something that everyone will run into at some point, no matter how well thought out a plan is and is often the reason people give up on their goals. We explore what it means to plateau, why you should expect them, and how to adjust course when you encounter them…
 
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