Fitness And Nutrition Podcasts
She's Nik: a marathon runner who's finished her seventh 26.2-miler. He's Dan: a runner who started with the C25K program and has finished his fourth half-marathon. Every week, they record themselves on a short run somewhere in New England (mostly), talk about their training, play some music, and have a few laughs.
By Nik and Dan
A sports psychology, mental toughness, and mental training radio show that seeks to help athletes, coaches and sports parents reach peak performance. Learn the latest mental training strategies to identify ineffective mindsets, improve sports confidence, and boost your performance. Get free mental game tips from sports psychology expert Dr. Patrick Cohn.
By Dr. Patrick J. Cohn
Cycling 360 is a roundtable discussion for road and triathlon cyclists. We call it "the show that will make you a better cyclist" Each show covers topics in detail like bike tech, nutrition, training techniques, coaching, bicycle fitting, racing tactics, bike repair, etc. Join your Cycling 360 hosts, Super Cycling Blogger, Darryl Kotyk from LovingtheBike.com, Pro Bicycle Fitter and Technical Cycling Expert Victor Jimenez from BicycleLab.com and TheFluentCyclist.com<br>
By Victor Jimenez, Darryl Kotyk
This eleven-part podcast series, a companion to PBS' Valentine's Day television special, The Hidden Epidemic: Heart Disease In America, features best-selling author, Dr. Michael F. Roizen, M.D. and Larry King of CNN's Larry King Live and the Larry King Cardiac Foundation, along with Julie Bain, Health Director at Reader's Digest magazine. In conversation with Julie Bain, Dr. Roizen explains ten different, easy steps you can take to a healthier heart. In the eleventh podcast, Larry King tells Dr. Roizen about his own narrow escape from a lethal heart attack and how that experience changed his life. This podcast series is part of Take One Step: a PBS Health Campaign, which launches with a ninety-minute television documentary accompanied by half-hour town hall meeting, hosted by Larry King and featuring some of the country's top medical and lifestyle experts, plus a website with online and downloadable resources at pbs.org/takeonestep. This Valentine's Day do your heart and loved ones a favor by tuning in to The Hidden Epidemic: Heart Disease in America, Wednesday, February 14, 2007 at 9 PM (check local listings). "The Hidden Epidemic: Heart Disease in America" is produced by WGBH Boston for PBS. Funding is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and public television viewers. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider becoming a member of your local public television station.
By PBS Health Campaign
Learn the right way to workout and get better results in less time! Master Trainer Kira Langolf shows the most effective exercises for weight loss and body sculpting. Workout dvd previews for All In One Workout DVDs for resistance band exercise, stability ball exercise, pregnancy fitness, weight loss and body tone.
By Kira Langolf
"Bushido" means Warrior Way. Warrior Pages is a home for warriors. Videos, articles, reviews, terminology, school listings and a free newsletter are available at www.WarriorPages.com. These videos demonstrate Martial Arts and Karate self-defenses and techniques.
By Bart Scovill
The JogTunes Group presents Dr. Bob's JogTunes Indie Podcast, a music-paced running podcast featuring indie music. Have you ever wanted to run exactly to the beat of your music but lack the time to calculate the BPMs, sequence the songs in a playlist, and download them to your player? Fret no more. Just subscribe to the JogTunes Indie Podcast for a fun run to great music, selected by Dr. Bob, the founder of jogTunes.com. You can see the playlists for these shows on the podcast's website, jogtunesindie.com. And a word to indoor cyclists, aquarunners, and gym exercisers: you'll also enjoy working out to the beat of the music on this show as well as to all the tunes on jogTunes.com.
By The JogTunes Indie Podcast``