4 Ways Podcasts Can Enhance Your Daily Walk

 

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Here are four ways podcasts can reinvigorate your walking routine: 1. THEY BUILD CONSISTENCY Having something entertaining to look forward to each time you walk is a great way to get into 2. THEY GET YOU IN THE ZONE It can be hard to carve out time to think about our goals in the midst of our. #03 Four Ways to Improve Your Walk -Podcast. By Caleb Suko In The Gospel Today application, theology 0. I like how Paul uses the “walking” them to indicate how we need to carefully apply our theology to every aspect of daily life.

Walking circumspectly is a great example! Dan Black July 3, 2013. If you’re a serious walker, listening to podcasts is a great way to keep your walks fun and interesting.

Not all of us have a walking buddy or trusty dog to walk with, so having something to listen to can help pass the time while taking those hour-long walks.You might just learn something along the way as well! Though tastes in what to listen to may vary, there are countless podcasts on. So without further ado, here are the 12 podcasts that have changed my life for the better and maybe they can improve your life too: Improve Your Finances: Radical Personal Finance – The Radical Personal Finance podcast was one of the first podcasts I’d ever started listening to.

I love that Joshua, the host, has such a diverse range of topics. The podcast lasts 30 45 minutes, on average, and covers techniques to help you develop better habits, improve your physical health, improve mind management, cultivate self-love, set. Tuning into a weekly podcast can help boost your financial IQ and put some money back in your pocket. The Stacking Benjamins Three days a week, Joe Saul-Sehy broadcasts live from his mom’s basement, which is part of the charm of this awesome podcast that focuses on.

4 Ways To Improve Your Daily Walk. Science Shows Walking is The Way to a Healthy Heart. Follow These Tips to Get The Most Out of Your Exercise.

If a daily walk is part of your exercise regimen, then you’re already ahead of the curve! But are you walking the right way? Pick Up The Pace. Podcasts are a particularly efficient way to consume media, because your hands are free and you can multi-task: you can get dressed, brush your teeth, make breakfast, and do.

To improve your cardiovascular health, aim to walk 10,000 steps daily. Does it seem like a lot? Here are some easy tips for adding steps to your daily routine. Remember, you can. Going for a “pure” walk, (no running at all) allows your body to make small adaptations that strengthen your feet, knees and hips.

Long, brisk walks can help boost your endurance. And walking as a means of cross-training gives your joints and running muscles a well-deserved break, which can help reduce or eliminate the aches and pains caused by.

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I love podcasts and listen to a number every week while walking, doing chores or cooking.

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9 This practice of close analytical listening is obviously facilitated by two of the most distinctive features of podcasting: the ease of back-scanning and repeat listening.

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You can listen to podcasts or audiobooks while you walk.

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For example, many podcasts are timed for individuals who listen while commuting to and from work.

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Daily podcasts, though, do not necessarily follow a linear path.

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Podcasts are also a fantastic medium, as you can listen to those while commuting, working out, or traveling.

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The primary usage is while traveling and commuting.”4 Other activities while listening include exercising, relaxing, cooking, cleaning, gardening, crafting, walking the dog, and so on.

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mind to come back fresh for composition.3 In fact, because it has been determined that walking helps us think better, Google has incorporated “walking meetings” into its workday.

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Podcasts like Left, Right, and Center, NPR’s Up First, or the New York Times’ The Daily are great modes of catching up on current policy while you commute, work out, or do chores.

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For example, many people listen to audio content during their daily commute to and from work or while exercising.

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  • The proof is in the pudding, uh excuse me, the celery. If people have the heart to try to eat a plant based diet and see for themselves how their A1C, cholesterol, etc. goes down and how good they feel, then they should be convinced that eating this way works. Back in 2016 I “experimented” on myself and in one month’s time when I went back to the doctor she saw that my A1C came way down. She said, “Oh, I see the medicine I prescribed is working.” That’s when I told her I didn’t take it. I showed her a log of what I had been eating. She was shocked. Every time I went to her after that she was excited at my changes and she continued to tell her other patients about it. She was of the opinion, at one time, that ‘once a diabetic, always a diabetic’ and so were some of her patients.

  • Why does this dude get so much trust from vegans or plant based whole foods religious people with samme agenda. Every one here supporting him, is here because of the pre religious believe, which Can comfort your belief with an doctor who shared the same religious belief in order to justify your beliefs. But the fact he states whole plant based diet is the optimal solution as he claims is flat out factual lie. But your religious fruit cakes is not interested in the truth But only what suits your tailored narrative. And it’s just intelletual lazyness, or a deficiant in understanding the reality. Any one with commen sense would seek the truth, not seek comfort in a lie�� The truth of the matter is a clean Well balanced diet without any supplements are WAY superior of any vegan diet, since No Extreme diet belief is the best, or the most healthy. He clams we are designet to eat plants? And you Think he is right? Well the science already proves since we Can trace modern man back to 250k years, and the most used food was meat in our diet. Our biochemestry, our biology Evolved us to consume meat in our diet. And the best proof of how superior our brain Evolved was when we mastered fire for cooking, the best way then do get the nutrients we neede, never fucking plant based foods ��

  • At the beginning he states that stress is what is going to advance as a species. Then at the end he states that teaching the next generation to be calm advance.
    Some people just like hearing themselves talk.

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  • This ideas awesome! One of the best ones I’ve heard from him! Great interview! Please….. Dr Gregor please do the MENTAL HEALTH book SOON!

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  • Idk why but he speaks like he’s only half sure about things. Like he just sorta glosses over things really quickly and then says “ahhh, but, ummm, you know, a lot of it we just don’t know, uhh”. I’ve never heard someone speak and sound like they are so unsure of everything they are saying haha.

  • I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease nearly 4 years ago, at 51. I had a stooped posture, tremors, muscle stiffness, sleeplessness, slow movement. I was placed on Sinemet for 7 months and then Sifrol and Rotigotine was introduced which replaced the Sinemet but I had to stop due to side effects. Last year, I started on Parkinsons disease herbal treatment from Madida Herbal Clinic, this natural herbal treatment totally reversed my Parkinsons disease. WhatsApp +2348071333118 or email [email protected]  The treatment worked incredibly for my Parkinsons disease, i have a total decline in symptoms including tremors, stiffness, slow movement and others.

  • Oh my I just realise I have done the double inhale exhale all my life. I always thought it was a qwerk, turns out I was calming myself.

  • I hate to say it, but on the discussion about how moods, feelings, thoughts, perceptions, all FOLLOW behavior I couldn’t help but to think of the Nike slogan, “Just Do It.”

  • I am a night shift worker who has a desk job. Now with the pandemic going on, I don’t even lift weights anymore. I may walk but not consistently and I did go vegan to help with my diabetes, cholesterol, and fatty liver. My blood pressure was high in the beginning but I got off that medication. My blood sugar and triglycerides are hard to control. I do eat junk food. Now I want to improve my diet some more but what holds me back is making good food takes time. If the book has a grocery list with bulk meals I can make, then I am sold on it.

  • Best interview ever, love it! No matter how many of Dr. Greger’s videos I watch, I always learn something newl Nice to meet Rich Roll who does an excellent job of keeping it moving.

  • 45:30 I’m highly sceptical about the carnivore diet and think it sounds dangerous. But I also thought the same about intermittent fasting and low carb diets at one time, both of which have improved my health, body and mind significantly and have gained vast amounts of research promoting their benefits.

  • This video has great information, but I’m not sure about the best diet plan which i need to work with, only because I have never taken any. Anyone tried the Custokebon Secrets? I’ve heard many people talk about unbelivable things about Custokebon Secrets.

  • I keep trying to tell fellow intermittent fasters that skipping breakfast is bad!! Most of the fasters I know skip breakfast and not dinner. I’m going to share the hell out of this video.

  • Yeah, I too am guilty of jumping through weight loss plan to others as well, I do believe that I must have tested every single fat reduction program that was available, but eventually not one of them made it easier for me to shed and maintain the weight off. I ended up trying for the very last time using the Custokebon Secrets mainly because my work buddy who told me incredible things about it and so far to date I’ve effectively dropped 19 pounds within 4 weeks!

  • Thank you E2IELTS!
    I have a request, could you please upload a video explaining the all-new IELTS Indicator test?
    Thanks in advance.

  • Because of you Mr. Jay videos i succeeded my ielts… you are one of the best teachers and channels i ve been introduced to.. thank you… if i got the chance i will turn my friends who will take ielts to you directly..

  • I like this video… But i have one small point to bring it to your notice. When i look in stitcher app for Health report pod cast i see a number of pod casts. Here i lost which one you are referring to.
    May be i request you to add the screen shot of the first page. So that it can be identified easily.

  • What an inspirational guy Dr. Huberman is. Trying to stay on my path and find ways to build structure in my life. Interestingly, even though knowing things will ultimately make me feel better, I avoid doing them (i.e. keeping my morning ritual, exercising, eating properly, getting enough sleep). I guess I am realizing that me doing these things consistently will prove and change the way I look at being let down (by letting myself down by avoiding said things). Anyway, good talk here and really enjoyed hearing about someone else’s experience and the learning opportunity presented in this discussion. Peace, love, and strength to you all!

  • Although it’s probably true that calories eaten in the morning creates less fat than calories eaten in the evening according to studies, if I have to give up a meal or eat less during a time of day, dinner is the hardest meal to give up or eat less of. It’s easier to replace breakfast with a tea, coffee, or even a 200 calorie smoothie. I stopped eating breakfast two weeks ago and I’ve already lost 6 pounds. I grew up not eating breakfast and my weight stayed the same for years, but 12 years ago I started eating breakfast and my weight slowly climbed to an additional 25-30 pounds more. I finally decided to go back to no breakfast after noticing that coworkers who don’t eat breakfast tend to be slimmer.

  • you’ve people saying keto diet is the way to go, and you’ve got carnivore diet is the way to go, then theres this guy saying plant based is the way to go,they all profess to reverse diabetes, weight loss, autoimmune reversal. wtf, maybe just cut out high carbs and sugar and we’ll all be fine?

  • Yeah, I too am guilty of jumping through weight loss plan to others as well, I think that I must have tested every single weight-loss system that was available, however eventually not one of them helped me to lose and maintain the weight off. I ended up trying for the very last time using the Custokebon Secrets simply because my buddy who told me great things about it and so far to date I’ve successfully dropped 17 pounds within 4 weeks!

  • 21:35 Dr Greger mentions the deaths per year from heart disease. Here are the facts from the CDC… https://www.cdc.gov/heartdisease/facts.htm#::text=Heart%20disease%20is%20the%20leading,1%20in%20every%204%20deaths.
    The irony is how the MSM vilifies Americans for going against the tyrannical lockdowns over Covid-19 and never once mentions that almost 1700 Americans die every day from heart disease which, by the way, is not only treatable but reversible. I’m not in anyway saying the virus isn’t concerning but on the contrary I can’t seem to agree with the fact that their narrative is pushing the envelope to where you can make the case for all transmutable diseases require similar actions. I don’ see how that would be ‘living’. More like surviving or shall I say existing.

  • As one who has lost over 100 lbs twice in my life I can honestly say that when I was over weight I was not conscious of what I was putting in my mouth. People just let their subconscious habits run their lives. 1st step To get ride of those nasty LBS you have to be aware of your own behavior. I don’t know anyone that would consciously want to become Obese.

  • Hi Rich, fantastic video, as always with my personal hero, Dr. Greger!!! Next chance you get, could you ask him to comment on fatty liver disease?

  • Thank you for your videos, E2 is excellent. I would like to recommend the podcast Science VS by Gimlet media is really entertaining. In addition, the podcast has transcript and citation, the best podcast I’ve listened so far. https://gimletmedia.com/shows/science-vs