AMA: August Edition
You’ll learn: The ideal number of high-intensity workouts to do for your goal; a surprising way to approach exercise while traveling.
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Today’s questions came from two 2% Founding Members.
The first question is: How many intense workouts should I do each week? This answer explores:
How to tailor intense exercise to your goal.
The upsides and downsides of hard exercise.
What constitutes an intense workout? (Definition).
Research on the effects of high-intensity training.
How the effects of high-intensity training change as we age.
How to fit high-intensity exercise into your life depending on how many days a week you exercise.
The second question is: What’s a good exercise protocol for traveling? (Especially air travel, where you can’t bring equipment.) We look at:
How I approach exercise while traveling.
How to use hotel gyms better.
The psychological upsides of re-framing travel workouts.
The fundamental workout framework you can do in your hotel room or even the worst hotel gym.
Let’s roll … below you’ll find:
Audio of the post.
Show notes featuring deeper descriptions of the information and links.
A transcript for people who prefer to read.
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