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.... Show More

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September 21, 2020 39 min

You may have heard the talk about how Pilates, yoga, and certain exercises can help lengthen your muscles, and give you that long and lean body type. Can this really be done? Find out the answer as Tom covers it in this episode of Fitness Disrupted!

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There is one common mistake when it comes to following a weight loss plan, or any plan for that matter. In this Fit Tip, Tom tells you what it is, and what to do when it inevitable happens to you.

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September 16, 2020 44 min

You may have heard of (or read) the best-selling book “Born to Run” that contends we evolved to move forward and fast on two feet. We also know that walking is the most-common form of exercise – So what if we combined the two? Could it not only prevent many of the running-related issues and injuries that plague so many, but also increase your enjoyment and, counterintuitive as it may seem, even improve your performance? Listen as T...

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September 14, 2020 47 min

Strength training is the fountain of youth. Becoming stronger has a multitude of benefits like improving your mental state and enabling you to perform more effective cardiovascular workouts all while decreasing the risk of injury. However, it is imperative that you use your time to become strong in a balanced way. Tom gives you 10 more tips that you can apply to your strength training routine to help you take your strength training...

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When is the best time of day to not only run, but to exercise? It is a common question, and as with most things having to do with exercise, there are specific, complex answers that often don't work for everyone, and there are simple answers that will apply to everybody! In this Fit Tip, Tom gives you the simple answers.

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Many of us already know that cardiovascular exercise not only has a positive effect on our physical fitness, but it also has a positive impact on out mental fitness as well; but what about strength training? Where do the powers of strength training lie when it comes to mental benefits? Well, in this episode, Tom explores some of the more heady aspects of strength training!

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Tom welcomes TV host, author and actor Montel Williams to the show to discuss his approach to diet and exercise. Day in, day out we are all fighting our own battles. No matter how big or how small they may be, the way that we prepare for, and approach them has an impact on the outcome. Exercise can not only make our bodies bulletproof, but exercising can also teach us things about ourselves that will make us better equipped when we...

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September 4, 2020 7 min

"Car Sprints" are something that Tom came up with years ago as a way to mix up his runs and rides. Listen and discover what "car sprints" are and how you can use your surroundings to motivate you on your next workout.

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The more reasons you have not to do a triathlon, the more you should do one. That's right! Aiming to do a triathlon of any length can be a wonderful way to give yourself a peek into the confidence-boosting benefits of exercise, all while you become a well-rounded athlete in the process. Tom breaks down his reasons as to why he does triathlons, and why he thinks you should too.

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August 31, 2020 39 min

A training program it is an essential tool that you can use to achieve your long term goals. When designed by an experienced trainer, a program will build from workout to workout, day to day, week to week and month to month; each workout having its big-picture purpose. In this episode, Tom breaks down some strategies to help you stay focused on your plan so that you can experience your best results.

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August 28, 2020 7 min

If you are one of the many who avoid push-ups due to wrist discomfort, this is the Fit Tip for you!

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There are many "secrets" out there when it comes to getting results out of your strength training routine, and this episode is as much about a philosophy that you can employ while performing strength training exercises as it is about the #1 secret itself. If you are not already practicing this technique in your strength training routine (and judging by what you see at the gym, most are not!), then try it out and get more ou...

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August 24, 2020 41 min

It's all about the basics, and in this episode, Tom gets back to the basics of strength training. The specific science is always evolving on the subject, but when it comes to strength training, there are some fairly set principles, and Tom gives you those basic tips and techniques that you can apply to your strength training routine right now in order to be able to strength train effectively on a consistent basis, without injur...

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Learn the what, when and why behind isometric exercises in this Fit Tip.

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August 19, 2020 47 min

Being healthy isn't just about practicing a regular exercise program. In fact, a healthy diet may be more important to our wellbeing than exercise itself. Food is fuel for both the body and the mind, therefore we need to focus on what we can eat long-term rather than short-term deprivation diets. In order to perform at our best and get the most out of life, we must provide our body with enough fuel to do so. Set yourself up for...

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Once you begin to exercise consistently, you will see some rather drastic improvements over a relatively short period of time. All of the physical and mental changes make you feel all sorts of positive feelings! After some time though, you will inevitably experience a plateau. It's the moment when you stop seeing incremental improvements; you may feel like you are in a rut. You may not even feel as great when you exercise as yo...

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August 14, 2020 6 min

Tom breaks down what it means to "eat clean" in this Fit Tip.

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August 12, 2020 45 min

Running - it's one of the simplest and most effective cardiovascular exercises there is. We were born run after all, but getting getting started is often the hardest part. Even if you are highly self-motivated, there are pitfalls to avoid when getting started that can also be applied to any new exercise program. Listen in and let Tom give you what you will need to get you up and running for the long haul.

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Fitness is not just about weight loss. One of the great benefits of a well-designed exercise program is a healthy reduction in body fat, and that is really what most people mean when they talk "weight loss", but that doesn't always correlate with a fast and massive reduction in weight. In this episode, Tom discusses how you should incorporate the scale into your exercise program as a tool, and some of the science-based ...

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August 7, 2020 10 min

It's not the latest spinning craze, or a fad diet; so what is carb cycling? Listen to this fit tip and find out!

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