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Movement Culture - Emmanuel Italien
72-year-old man climbs up huge crevasse without rope
meetup-movnat  health-aging  fitness 
26 days ago by daguti
This Is Why Stairs Can Leave You Out of Breath | Psychology Today
"Humans (and many of our closest animal relatives) tend to stop or slow their breathing when concentrating on a specific task for a short period of time."

I always thought that was just a quirk of mine - when I focus on a tough task on the computer, usually. Good to know it's a normal, human thing.
meetup-movnat  brain  psychology  fitness  health  counterintuitive 
10 weeks ago by daguti
Exercise Is Best Bet Against Falls : Shots - Health News : NPR
disease-prevention = Preventing falls, not a disease, specifically.
health-aging  fitness  disease-prevention 
april 2018 by daguti
Rafe Kelley - Recently many people have asked me about a certain...
Critique of Functional Patters / Naudi Aguilar. Interesting, because I don't know much, but he seemed to know what he was talking about.
meetup-movnat  fitness  analysis  people-rafe-kelley 
april 2018 by daguti
12 Health Myths We Need to Stop Believing
Every one of these has a nugget of truth, but is so far off the mark as to be dangerous. Slide by slide critiques:

1) Not sure about this one, but Vitamin C megadoses aren't for curing colds, they're for something else that I think I read in either Deep Nutrition or heard on Dr. Gary Null (which could be quakery, considering he's a hardcore vegan)

2) They told the truth, but not the whole truth. They fail to mention that vegetables oils are toxic.

3) "Wiht few exceptions, dietary supplements are generally unnecessary." - true, but it's better to take them than not if you are eating a shit diet. Also, Vitamin D megadoses are absolutely necessary.

4) fine

5) fine

6) "you can't detox" and "you don't need an expensive green juice to do it" - actually you do. You should be blending your vegetables and eating them raw as much as possible. Fiber helps neutralize free radicals from vegetable oil and other sources.

7) "exercise is great for your body and your health, but evidence is mounting that it has little to nothing to do with your ability to lose significant weight and keep it off." - yes, but if you are only worried about weight, you are looking at the wrong thing. Exercise, even if you stay fat, is something you MUST do on a daily basis.

8 - 11) fine

12) there's actually a study out of Norway (I think) that disputes this. It's not a firm yes, but I would still recommend using phones on speaker and not sleeping with them by your head

13) fine
fitness-apocalypse-marketing-material  meetup-movnat  warnings  fitness  health 
march 2018 by daguti
Lift Weights, Eat More Protein, Especially if You’re Over 40 - The New York Times
"The researchers also looked for the sweet spot for protein intake, which turned out to be about 1.6 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight per day. In practical terms, that would amount to about 130 grams of protein a day for a 175-pound man. (A chicken breast has about 45 grams of protein.)"

"That advice holds especially true for middle-aged and older weight trainers, he says, almost none of whom were getting the ideal amount of protein in these studies and who, presumably in consequence, tended to show much smaller gains in strength and muscle size than younger people."
meetup-movnat  health  fitness  fitness-apocalypse-marketing-material  health-aging 
february 2018 by daguti
House-cleaning, walking to work, staves off death: study
"One in 12 global deaths over a five-year period can be prevented through 30 minutes of physical activity -- which can include house-cleaning or walking to work -- five days a week, researchers said Friday.

"Being highly active (750 minutes a week) is associated with an even greater reduction," according to a study published in The Lancet medical journal.

The study, which tracked 130,000 people in 17 countries, "confirms on a global scale that physical activity is associated with a lower risk of mortality and cardiovascular disease," the authors said in a press statement."
meetup-movnat  health  fitness 
september 2017 by daguti
Gut microbes trigger fat loss in response to cold temperatures
Tim's tips from the 4 Hour Body are solid. Cold exposure triggers fat loss.
meetup-movnat  health-gut-bacteria  fitness 
december 2015 by daguti
What 3 months of heavy lifting and CC did to my butt! (F/25/SW:136lbs, CW:121lbs) (self.Fitness)
"To the girls out there scared of heavy lifting I hope my post can convince you you shouldn't be!"
meetup-movnat  women  fitness 
november 2015 by daguti
This Activity Postpones Brain Aging - PsyBlog
"The link between physical fitness, better brain function and brain activation has been shown for the first time. Research on older Japanese men has shown that the brains of those who are fitter perform like those of much younger men."
fitness  meetup-movnat  health  health-aging  brain 
november 2015 by daguti
This is What Happens to Your Body When You Stop Exercising
"Taken together, it’s clear that the sudden adoption of a sedentary lifestyle, particularly after a period of regular training or exercise, has a profoundly negative effect on the body."
health  fitness  meetup-movnat 
october 2015 by daguti
Why It Was Easier to Be Skinny in the 1980s - The Atlantic
counterintuitive = We're used to thinking of diet & exercise as the only things that matter for maintaining weight, but we're literally in a stew of chemicals & pharmaceuticals that are killing our gut bacteria and inducing our bodies to gain weight, EVEN AT THE SAME FOOD & INTAKE LEVELS of 30 years ago.
meetup-movnat  fitness  health  counterintuitive  health-gut-bacteria  medicine-pharmaceuticals-drugs-prescriptions  health-weight-or-weight-loss 
october 2015 by daguti
Hero's Journey - Album on Imgur
Interesting presentation that might get some non-typical people into what we do.
fitness-branded  fitness  meetup-movnat 
march 2015 by daguti
Movement Culture
See comment by Ido: "This kind of a perspective is only useful (or should I say functional) in a small segment of the movement world. It is a beginner perspective, IMO, that those who did not bath yet in movement in its totality...."
fitness  philosophy  people-ido-portal  meetup-movnat 
march 2015 by daguti
The gym on the Titanic was full of Edwardian ladies and electric horses
Look at that gorgeous, clean design. Not like today where everything is crammed in trying to use every last inch. Also, the walls are simultaneously clean, but ornate the large panels.
history  fitness  fitness-apocalypse-marketing-material  exercise-movnat  retro-nostalgia  photos  webdesign 
march 2015 by daguti
Rafe Kelley - Timeline Photos
I like the comment the one guy made about these things being supernormal stimuli. "Modern food products have divorced flavor from nutrition. In the same way,Video games have divorced thrill from physicality Pornography divorces sexual pleasure from relationships Modern fitness and sports culture divorces fitness and specialized skills from overall movement capacity freeform play and nature. "
food-processed  pornography  games-video  analysis  fitness  fitness-apocalypse-marketing-material  meetup-movnat 
january 2015 by daguti
Movement Culture
The Ido Portal style of rehab: we don't rush into surgeries, we are not big believers in total and extended rest. (You read it right) We replaced the letters in the R.I.C.E Protocol (Rest-Ice-Compression-Elevation) with other essential four letter... MOVE. Read more below: http://www.idoportal.com/blog/rehab In hopes of inspiring the injured ones who are not looking for easy answers to research more into movement, please share with your friends and loved ones,
people-ido-portal  fitness  fitness-branded 
december 2014 by daguti
5x1gz0f.jpg (JPEG Image, 1200 × 750 pixels) - Fitness motivation from Socrates
"No citizen has a right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training... what a disgrace it is for a man to grow old without ever seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable." - Socrates
quotes  meetup-movnat  fitness  fitness-apocalypse-marketing-material 
december 2014 by daguti
How to make sure your boys never get picked on while riding the bus : gifs
Read the comments, seems these are brothers from Romania and they have a myostatin deficiency which means they lack muscle growth inhibitor, so they have maximum muscle mass at all times. The only "complication" is that they have to eat a lot of calories every day. This is all taken from the comments, so it could be totally off.
children  world-records  fitness  exercise-movnat 
december 2014 by daguti
5 moves you should avoid at the gym
"Deep squats put significant strain on the knee ligaments, significant pressure on your patellofemoral joint (knee cap), and it puts your meniscus at significant risk for tearing." <----- Now, tell me. On what planet does avoiding something make you stronger at it? Use it or lose it. This avoidance mentality is dumb. ...................... See the comments when Chris Moran posted it to Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chris.moran.16/posts/10203235547512823
fitness  fitness-apocalypse-marketing-material  meetup-movnat  exercise-movnat-squat-naysayers 
december 2014 by daguti
The exercise that predicts your DEATH: Struggling with 'sitting-rising test' means you're 5 times more likely to die early, study claims | Daily Mail Online
See the last few paragraphs about Britons not being used to sitting on the ground, and so this test may not be applicable to UK/US/similar countries - instead, try the 30 second sitting test.
meetup-movnat  exercise-movnat  fitness  death-dying  predictions-related-to  elderly  health-aging 
december 2014 by daguti
Natural Training
I have been reading some bizarre (although entertaining) statements about the spine via the good old "grapevine" we call Facebook. I am always amazed how much strength the "straight spine is a strong spine" mantra still has. If we are to make any sense of this "debate", we need to attempt to remove as much subjectivity from the discussion as possible...this means take a step back and get a broader perspective from an evolutionary standpoint. In other words, "loads, loading, high impact, etc..." are secondary variables because they are DERIVED from evolutionary ........... " If the spine needs to be "neutral" or fixed during movement...why is it engineered with an inordinate amount of articular displacement and potential?"
exercise  fitness  health  exercise-movnat  philosophy  analysis 
december 2014 by daguti
Are Squats bad for your knees? My first blog as a Kinesiology grad : Fitness
Squat - Most common mistakes in squatting: 1) Bowing the knees inward. 2) Pushing through the toes rather than the heels.
meetup-movnat  fitness  tips-n-tricks  exercise-movnat-squat  exercise-movnat-squat-naysayers 
november 2014 by daguti
Three Body Weaknesses and How to Fix Them
Three atypical fitness failures and how to fix them. I was surprised that I failed all 3.
fitness  fitness-apocalypse-marketing-material  exercise-movnat  meetup-movnat 
october 2014 by daguti
Steve Paxton about dancing - YouTube
This video is on the same level as the first Ido Portal video I saw (and I've tagged it with the same tags)
me-stuff  meetup-movnat  fitness  exercise-movnat  philosophy  exercise  fitness-apocalypse-marketing-material  fitness-branded  video 
october 2014 by daguti
Anyone else's knees crack/click when they squat? : Fitness
Also see the comment by /u/GrimFuture where he says it's called "benign crepitus"
me-stuff  fitness  health 
august 2014 by daguti
From athletes to couch potatoes: humans through 6,000 years of farming | University of Cambridge
When agriculture came along, we became less active - with men bearing the brunt of the negative consequences.
agriculture  evolvify-topics  fitness 
april 2014 by daguti
My Progess 2006-2014 - Imgur
From Reddit's GetMotivated. In the last photo, the guy doesn't even look like the same person.
motivation-for-me  fitness  photos  amazing  companies-reddit 
march 2014 by daguti
Your Fat Is Why You're Not As Bright As You Could Be | Co.Exist | ideas impact
"obese mice did poorly on mouse-sized cognitive tests, presumably because the interleukin 1 was clogging things up. But the study didn't end there. The researchers wanted to make sure that it was the extra fat cells--and not something else--causing the disturbing brain changes in the mice. .................................. Upon removing fat from the obese mice in a mini-liposuction procedure, the critters scored highly on the same thinking and memory tests they struggled with previously, and the interleukin 1 virtually disappeared from their bloodstreams. When the researchers put fat pads inside thin mice, those previously svelte rodents started doing worse than they had previously on cognitive tests."
fitness  brain  health  cognitive-load  meetup-movnat-be-fit-to-be-useful  meetup-movnat  fitness-apocalypse-marketing-material 
march 2014 by daguti
Peter Attia: Is the obesity crisis hiding a bigger problem? | Talk Video | TED
This is the guy that John Arnold hired. Search for the other link containing "Attia" and you'll see what I'm referencing.
health  fitness  tedtalks  video  videos-to-watch 
march 2014 by daguti
How to Lose Belly Fat: Tips for a Flatter Stomach
I once bookmarked an article that went in-depth with the British study mentioned here, but for some reason I can't find it. "It's also about physical activity. Visceral fat likes inactivity. A British study showed that thin people who maintain their weight through diet alone, skipping exercise, are more likely to have unhealthy levels of visceral fat."
fitness  health 
february 2014 by daguti
Sandra Aamodt: Why dieting doesn't usually work | Video on TED.com
counterintuitive = She talks about diets doing more harm than good throughout the talk, but at 11:00, she specifically says it. .................... cognitive-load = As one of the comments says: "Will power is limited and gets exhausted when the attention is distracted." That in itself sums up her talk and this line can be used in any walk of life.
tedtalks  video  fitness  fitness-apocalypse-marketing-material  meetup-movnat  cognitive-load  mindfulness  diet  counterintuitive 
january 2014 by daguti
Children Run Slower than Parents' Generation
same/similar from NPR: www.npr.org/blogs/health/2013/11/20/246316731/kids-are-less-fit-today-than-you-were-back-then
children  meetup-movnat  fitness  fitness-apocalypse-marketing-material 
november 2013 by daguti
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