Fitness Disrupted with Tom Holland

Fitness Disrupted with Tom Holland

Fitness Disrupted with Tom Holland tackles the hottest topics in exercise, nutrition and motivation, debunking the myths and misconceptions while giving actionable advice you can use right away. An internationally-recognized fitness expert, author and elite endurance athlete with three decades of experience in the fitness industry, Tom makes sense of the science so you can finally reach your fullest potential.

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July 28, 2021 40 min

In this episode of the Fitness Disrupted podcast, Tom talks about the science that proves the effects of exercise on the brain.

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On this episode of the Fitness Disrupted podcast, Tom presents some science he read recently that illuminates more positive evidence about the benefits of strength training that you wouldn't expect.

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In this Fit Tip, Tom uncovers the fundamentals of getting too little or too much exercise and explains the best way to make sure that you are doing things the right way.

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July 21, 2021 40 min

Sleep. It's one of those things that can improve your exercise, it is something we can control, and it is something that doesn't cost a dime! In this episode of the Fitness Disrupted podcast, Tom covers the important relationship that sleep has with exercise, and wellness, as well as the different ways to get your rest the right way.

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July 19, 2021 38 min

The nexus of Tom's fitness philosophy is that you need to move often, and mix up your movement. In this episode of the Fitness Disrupted podcast, he talks about the importance of mixing up your mindset when you exercise as well, so that you can discover the great benefits of listening to yourself while exercising.

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July 16, 2021 16 min

Jim Fixx was an inspirational figure for many, including Tom. He wrote The Complete Book of Running, and was credited with starting the a fitness revolution around jogging. However, many use his untimely death at the age of 52 while running as an example that exercise is somehow bad for you. Tom sets the record straight in this episode so that we can continue to learn from Jim's example.

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July 14, 2021 46 min

The number one way to improve your running may not be as catchy as it sounds, but the essential elements of this top reason are applicable across the board when it comes to movement. So listen and find out what it is as Tom covers the number one way to improve your running!

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There are many reasons to embrace the unpredictable conditions of the outdoors, so check out this episode of the Fitness Disrupted Podcast as Tom runs through some of the top reasons to mix up your movement by getting into the outdoors while it's raining.

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We need to move! And in order to move, we need to eat! In this Fit Tip, Tom talks about the good news surrounding your diet.

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In this episode of the Fitness Disrupted podcast, Tom explores a heady facet of exercise that is not to be taken lightly because this is one link that can turn everything around once you experience it; and it is the notion that we can find purpose through movement. Listen as he uses a recent study, as well as a New York Times article to help lay out the evidence that there is a connection between our physical nature and finding mea...

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In this episode of the Fitness Disrupted podcast, listen as Tom gives you a super useful full-body workout that is quick, and doesn't require any equipment, and that is not even the best part! Tom also gives you the philosophy behind why this type of structure it is so effective!

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Can you have too much of a good thing? Tom answers this age-old question as it relates to your diet on this episode of the Fitness Disrupted podcast.

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In this episode of the Fitness Disrupted podcast, listen as Tom uses some facts from the COVID-19 Pandemic to illustrate how your well-being is all about controlling what you can so that you can have the best chance at living your best life.

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June 28, 2021 49 min

Tom answers listener's questions in this episode of the Fitness Disrupted podcast.

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In this Fit Tip, Tom uses a personal experience to prove a point about the one exercise you should do to start every workout!

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June 23, 2021 35 min

Movement. Raising your heart rate. Lifting heavy things. All the things you know as exercise not only have a gigantic impact on your health physically, but also positively benefit your mental health too! Tom has touched on this in many previous episodes, but in this episode he hones in on the mental benefits of exercise in a way that you can apply to your overall fitness ethos.

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You don't have to do your workout all at once! In fact, it is best to keep moving throughout the day, and one of the ways to ensure that you are doing that is to split your workout in two. In this episode of Fitness Disrupted, Tom takes a look at the two-a-day concept and gives you a rundown of the benefits as well as practical ways to fit it into your day.

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Ab exercises are some of the most popular out there, and many of the best ones can be done with little to no equipment. So what are the best ab exercises according to science? Tom has the answer for you in this Fit Tip.

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June 16, 2021 41 min

The same way that financial investments can help provide reassurances for the future, investing in your wellbeing can help set you up for future success as well. Listen as Tom covers all the angles of investing in your health in this episode of the Fitness Disrupted podcast.

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A recent health and fitness article in The New York Times connects some errant dots, and it has Tom turned up to 11! In this episode of the Fitness Disrupted podcast, listen as Tom sifts through the bad information in the article to give you some tips that will help you be able to spot misinformation the next time you run across it.

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