Posts Categorized: Exercise

Exercise 101: Understanding The Basics To Get Lean

An effective and healthy workout has several components, including a warm-up, some stretching, cardio training, resistance training, and a cool-down. Categories of Exercise All exercise can be categorized as either aerobic (meaning with oxygen) or anaerobic (without oxygen). Aerobic training refers to a type of longer-term energy use in the body that requires the presence… Read more »

Interview: Erin Sharoni, Anchor & Host for CBS Sports and How She Got Primal

Transcript of entire interview below: Gary Collins:  Hi, this is Gary Collins, creator of www.thesimplelifenow.com, and I am here with Erin Sharoni, the host and anchor for CBS Sports. She’s also the creator and host of Live Like an Athlete podcast on CBSSports.com. Thanks for coming on today, Erin. Erin Sharoni:  Thanks for having me…. Read more »

Keepin It Real – With Gary & Nicole, Episode 3: Getting Healthy and Dating

Sorry, on this episode we had some technical difficulties, so this one will be in transcript version only. See the entire show transcript below: Gary Collins:  [laughs] This Gary Collins, creator of The Primal Power Method. I am here again with Nicole Hellendoorn, of California Paleo Kitchens. I did get her name right and got… Read more »

Keepin It Real – With Gary & Nicole, Episode 2: Chatting About Paleo and Exercise

See below for the full transcript of the show: Gary Collins:  This is Gary and Nicole here with “Keeping It Real,” episode two, where we’re going to be talking about Paleo and working out. A very interesting subject, don’t you think, Nicole? Nicole Hellendoorn:  There’s so much to talk about. Let’s get right into it…. Read more »

Interview With Gary Taubes the Author of Good Calories Bad Calories – Part 2 of 2

(As taken from www.garytaubes.com/biography) Gary Taubes is an award-winning science and health journalist, and co-founder of the non-profit Nutrition Science Initiative (NuSI.org). He is the author of Why We Get Fat and What to Do About It (Knopf, 2011) and Good Calories, Bad Calories: Challenging the Conventional Wisdom on Diet, Weight Control and Disease (Knopf, 2007)…. Read more »