Fitness Disrupted 2.0 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.
After a short hiatus, Tom is back! In this episode he breaks down the concept of "Zone 2" cardio workouts, inspired by a recent interview he did for Spy/Yahoo.
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Are you maximizing your time at the gym? In this episode of Fitness Disrupted 2.0 Tom highlights seven specific mistakes he observed while at the gym so you can avoid making them as well.
In this quick Fit Tip Tom shares two of his favorite breakfast options when he is out and about.
From seven years in the NFL and two pro bowls to pursuing a PhD in positive psychology - In this episode of Fitness Disrupted 2.0 Tom speaks with Julius Thomas about the power of the mind, moderation, motivation and more!
It doesn't take long for Tom to get worked up in this quick Fit Tip about, yes, "Fasting Shakes."
Are there potential downsides to consumer health technologies, namely fitness and health apps, wearables and other self-tracking devices that collect health-related data? In this episode of Fitness Disrupted 2.0 Tom references a new study that looks at the potential pros and cons of fit tech.
In this Fit Tip Tom explains "microdose stretching," yet another example of the fitness industry creating a fancy term while making the simple, complex.
In this episode of Fitness Disrupted. 2.0 Tom takes umbrage at the messaging that suffering is essential to a successful exercise program.
Hear Tom get worked up about the concept of nose-restricted breathing during exercise in this episode of Fitness Disrupted 2.0.
Fitness influencers advice on the mythical "fat-burning zone," purported benefits of cold plunging and training like a bodybuilder without PEDs are the topics of this episode of Fitness Disrupted 2.0.
In this Fit Tip Tom highlights a man who has lost a significant amount of weight eating only McDonald's, but with a twist and to prove a point that might surprise you.
How do you stick to your fitness program while traveling? Or should you? Tom discusses this and more in this episode about exercise and travel.
In this episode of Fitness Disrupted 2.0 Tom looks at the current science behind the proposed health benefits of chocolate.
Tom goes on a bit of a rant in this quick Fit Tip after hearing more confusing information about breakfast.
In this episode of Fitness Disrupted 2.0 Tom tries to help a listener who is having difficulty finding a program for lifting heavy that isn't designed for those taking PEDs.
From stability balls to standing desks, micro workouts and more - In this episode of Fitness Disrupted 2.0 Tom breaks down the science behind sitting and working your workout into your day.
In this quick Fit Tip Tom explains why you should consume blueberries frequently (and/or other colorful berries) according to a growing body of research.
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