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Rob & Devon Dionne have been in the health and fitness world for over a decade. Devon is a Holistic Nutrition Counselor and GYROTONIC® Instructor. Rob is a certified personal trainer with NASM, holding advanced certification, CES, PES, MMA, and Weight Loss Specialist. He's also a level 1 Crossfit Instructor. This husband and wife team redefine what it means to be healthy in this fast pasted, hectic world we live in. The Open Sky Fitness Podcast is perfect for men and women who are trying to get back in shape after neglecting their health after years of focusing on their jobs or building a family. Remember what it was like when you were 20 years old? Diet and exercise wasn't a thing. If you worked out for a few days or stopped eating cheese burgers for a week, you'd drop ten pounds. Too bad we can't live in that reality forever. Welcome to life after 30. Rob & Devon would like to help you find the right path for this moment in your life. We don't believe in going on a diet. We don't believe there's only one way to achieving the body you want. We do believe in creating a lifestyle that allows you to have the best of both worlds...eating delicious food and being healthy at the same time. It is possible. Just listen to our show and you'll see! If you have questions you'd like us to answer on our show or via email, feel free to contact Rob. If you'd just like to write us a letter and give us your feedback, we'd love that too. Send everything to Rob@OpenSkyFitness.com Thanks for listening! Enjoy the show.
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Sep 27, 2016

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"If one part of the equation fails, why would we give up on all of it? Why would we throw the rest of it away? The mental game, the nutrition, the workouts, and all the rest of it. Find the one thing in your life that really brings you joy around being healthy. If it's not fun, then you're doing it wrong." - Rob Dionne on taking the time to enjoy the process of being healthy.

 

 

Living a healthy life is consistent and there's always different areas to improve. That's why next month, Devon and I will be kicking off our Nutrition Month for October on the podcast! We've already been discussing nutrition tactics on the Open Sky Fitness Podcast Group. Click here to join the conversation: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1794246394138633/

To help you get geared up for next month, today I'm sharing with you how planning is everything when it comes to starting to live a healthy life and how you can maintain it with 5 steps.

 

5 Steps for Planning a Healthy Lifestyle

 Step 1: Don't start doing, start planning

Step 2: "Hire a Contractor"-Make the decision to be healthy and think about how you can make it happen.

Step 3: Planning a healthy life is a marathon, not a sprint.

Step 4: Take the time to enjoy the process.

Step 5: Reaching the point of maintaining a healthy lifestyle

 

 

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What You'll Hear on This Episode

0:00 Open Sky Fitness Introduction

1:15  Opening comments with Rob

3:45  How planning is everything with goals!

5:30  5 Strategies to Plan Everything: Step 1) Don't start doing, start planning

9:20  How much time can you dedicate to working out?

10:15  Step 2) Hire a Contractor: Think about what types of health problems do you need to address-your mental decision to get healthy

15:00  Step 3) Planning a healthy life is a marathon, not a sprint.

21:20  Step 4) Take the time to enjoy the process

25:00  Step 5) Reaching your stage of maintaining a healthy lifestyle

29:30  Closing comments with Rob

31:50 Open Sky Fitness Closing

 

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Sep 20, 2016

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"If you're not competing; you're not competing. Which means that if you're not looking for an opportunity to win, then sometimes you'll never give yourself a good chance to actually win."- Dr. Mike Young

This week, I had a great discussion with  Director of Performance and Research for Athletic Lab, Dr. Mike Young, about competition success and how creating competition for yourself can help you to become more successful.

Once you listen to the podcast, you'll have a clear idea that Mike really understands himself and why he's so competitive. This week, my challenge to you is for you to better understand how you approach food and your nutrition. 

Why & How to Keep Track of a Food Journal

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This week, I share with you 5 reasons as to why you should have a food journal:

1. Seeing is Believing

Why is having a food journal so important? If you're not feeling well and have varying stomach symptoms, energy levels, or you just want to keep track of what you eat, writing about it will get you where you want to be. 

We easily forget what we eat during the day, even if it's just a quick candy bar when we stop at the gas station. If you write down what you eat and drink every time; not only will you never forget it, but you'll hold yourself accountable as well. 

If you want to understand and see what you're doing with your nutrition, you have to hold yourself accountable. Keeping a food journal will help you see and believe what you're eating and how it's affecting your health. 

 2. Periods of Random Starvation

We should not be starving at any point of the day, but sometimes we forget to eat. It happens; we get caught up at work, working on a project, or do something else that keeps us from remembering to eat a meal. 

That's when the hunger hits us and it's easy to make bad choices from junk food to overeating whatever we can get our hands on. If you keep a food journal, you'll know when you're likely to be hungry and can prepare healthy meals ahead of time or keep nutritious snack foods with you wherever you go. 

 

3. Pay Attention to Your Energy Levels

Our energy levels can really vary throughout an entire day. This food journal will help you better understand your energy levels and how different types of food and beverages affect you. 

4. Hindsight is 20/20

Not only will your food journal help you notice your eating patterns today, but these patterns will help you better understand your body. 

When you pay attention to when your body has different reactions, you know what to avoid. Especially if your following a specific diet such as the Ketogenic Diet and you need to take a fiber supplement. 

5. Track Patterns That Pop-up Everywhere

Keep track of patterns that pop up everywhere: your regular energy versus when it's low or high. What did you consume that could cause your insulin to spike and then lead you to feeling exuasted?

When do you feel happy? When do you feel grumpy? Your body symptoms, feelings, and energy can tell you so much about the food and beverages you're consuming and what they're doing to your body. 

 

 

Understand & Balance Your Competitive Side

Dr. Mike Young loves to compete. Whether it's against himself or with another person, Mike uses his competitive side to his advantage to reach a goal and get to the next level. To get to that next level, he looked up to and really listened to his mentors. 

Whether it's for your career, a sport or your health, find someone who can help you get competive with yourself and push you to take the next step to get to a new level. 

 

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About Dr. Mike Young

 Dr. Mike Young -Is Competition The Key to Success? Open Sky Fitness

Dr. Mike Young has an undergraduate degree in Exercise Physiology, a Master of Science degree in Athletic Administration and a PhD in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Biomechanics. He has studied extensively in anatomy, physiology, sport psychology, motor learning, training theory and biomechanics. Mike has earned NSCA’s Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, is recognized by USA Weightlifting as a Club and National Coach, a Crossfit Level 1 Certified Trainer, is one of less than 20 USA Track & Field (USATF) Level 3 coaches in the country and has a USATF Level 2 certification in 3 event areas.

Mike serves as the Director of Performance and Research for Athletic Lab. His title includes his role as the strength and speed coach as well as the lead researcher for Athletic Lab. Mike directs all programming at Athletic Lab, manages facility development and oversees staff education programs.

Mike is a world-renowned expert in the field of speed development and conditioning for sport. He is also recognized for his work in coaching the Olympic Lifts and creating specialized strength, speed and conditioning programs to help maximize the performance of any athlete. He has developed training plans for sports ranging from dragon boating and soccer to swimming.

To learn more about Dr. Mike Young, click here: http://athleticlab.com/about/staff/mike-young/

 

 

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What You'll Hear on This Episode

0:00 Open Sky Fitness Introduction

1:15  Opening comments with Rob

4:12 5 Reasons Why You Should Have a Food Journal

23:50  Introduction to Dr. Mike Young

24:15  Do you believe you're a competitive person?

26:00 How do you balance yourself with being so competitive?

30:20  How would you personally describe yourself in terms of your philosophy on training and your career?

33:30  Who do you train at Athletic Lab and what else do you do there?

36:00  How can you become an intern and do a coaching apprenticeship with Athletic Lab?

38:00 What did you learn from your mentors that you integrate into your career and teach your interns?

41:35  What do you recommend for aspiring personal trainers and coaches who want to find a mentor?

46:15 Can you explain more about what you said during your TEDx Talk-Calgary?

49:00 Where's the line between competing with someone and mentoring someone?

52:20 What's your thought on how our mindsets either help us to succeed or to fail?

56:30  As a coach, how do you talk to your players?

59:35  As a coach, how did you transition from track & field to more team sports?

1:02:00 How did you become the coach that you are today?

1:07:20  How can people stay away from injury? Especially those who aren't professional athletes? How can you get competitive?

1:11:20  How can you go about finding the right mentor for you at your level of training or coaching?

1:13:00  How you can get in touch with Mike.

1:14:00 "Bite off more than you can chew and then chew it."- Always keep challenging yourself

1:15:25  Closing comments with Rob

1:17:00  Open Sky Fitness Closing

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Thanks for listening/reading Episode 114-Dr. Mike Young: Is Competition the Key to Success?.  We hope you have gained more knowledge on how to be a healthier you!

Sep 13, 2016

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What's Going on in Your Fitness World?

 

"Life is happening to you right now; you might as well embrace it."- Selene Yeager

 

Before you jump into listening to my interview with Selene Yeager about The Evolution of the Fitness World, take a moment to think about what's going on with your own health and wellness. Are you on the right track to reaching the goals that you want to achieve? Are you sticking to eating healthier and working out on a regular basis?

Why did you start this health journey and process? What was your own "a-ha moment" and fitness evolution?

Last week on Episode 112: Dr Jonny Bowden-Breaking Down Cholesterol and Nutrition Myths, Devon and I shared some tips on how you can begin to live a healthier life and we'd love to hear your progress!  You can share it with us however you like including  our new Open Sky Fitness Podcast Group on Facebook.

 

Take Baby Steps Towards Fitness Goals

If you didn't start any of the healthy habit tasks that we talked about last week, just remember that you don't have to complete the tasks perfectly. This exercise is just to help you get a good start on creating healthy goals and it's all about taking baby steps.

We all go through different processes to get healthy and the length of that process will vary from person to person. If you only focus on the end result, you can get easily frustrated. Take it one day, one goal, one meal, or one workout at a time and before you know it, you will accomplish what you want to get done and be where you want to be!

 

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About Selene Yeager

Selene is a top-selling professional health and fitness writer. She has authored, co-authored, and contributed to more than two dozen book titles. Her work has appeared in numerous media including Details, Shape, O, the Oprah Magazine, Oz, the Good Life, Fitness, Redbook, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Marie Claire, Better Homes & Gardens, Good Housekeeping, Runner’s World, More, Cooking Light, The Bottom Line, and Cosmopolitan.

You can learn more about training, nutrition, and other pieces of advice from Selene each week as Bicycling Magazine’s “Fit Chick”.  Selene is also a certified personal trainer, USA Cycling certified coach, pro mountain bike racer, and All-American Ironman triathlete.

 

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We love answering questions and getting feedback from you, our listener! If you have any questions to ask us, want to share a review of the show, or tell us any suggestions for guests/topics that you think would be great to have on the show, just email Rob at rob@openskyfitness.com or Devon at devon@openskyfitness.com or you can also leave us a review at www.openskyfitness.com/review and even text OSFreview to 33444 to get the link.

What You'll Hear on This Episode

0:00 Open Sky Fitness Introduction

1:10  Episode Opening with Rob

3:45  Check out the Open Sky Fitness Podcast Group!

4:00 Tiny, baby footsetps to becoming a healthier you.

6:00  What was your a-ha moment along your fitness journey?

12:40  Introduction to interview with Selene Yeager.

13:30  Selene's career as a fitness writer.

16:30  Where did your passion for cycling and fitness begin?

19:30  What's it like to be in a mountain bike race as a woman?

25:50  How does training compare when it comes to women and men? For biking competitions?

29:50  The evolution of fitness and athleticism for women: Why are women better at swimming?

31:15  What is it like to swim competitively in fresh water vs. salt water?

31:50  The Evolution of Fitness: Beliefs, Fads, and Myths

36:30  Who is responsible for fads and myths about health and fitness? What do women want?

38:30  What type of magazine article title would entice you to read it?

39:00 Myth: Do men and women have to be afraid of growing big muscles?

40:20  What are your thoughts on long distance cardio vs. HIIT training?

41:10  How can people do long distance cycling and HIIT to lose weight? For competition?

43:15  Do you find long-distance exercise to be meditative?

44:35  What does your training schedule look like?

45:20  Do you do any cross-training along with cycling?

47:00 Does it help you to cycle in groups and to have accountability training  partners?

49:00 What's your take on nutrition? What have you noticed over the years with Nutrition Evolution?

53:35  Why you can't follow both a high-fat (Ketogenic) and high-carb diet at the same time.

57:00  How New-Age technology  and the internet helps us to better understand nutrition and health.

1:00:45  Fact or FictionCan pregnant women continue working out throughout their pregnancy?

1:02:45 What can women expect during pregnancy with their weight?

1:05:20 What piece of advice would you give to people?

1:06:55  Closing comments with Rob

1:10:10  Open Sky Fitness Closing

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To leave a Review for Rob and the Open Sky Fitness Podcast CLICK NOW!  Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show and I read each and every one of them.

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Thanks so much for joining us again this week. Have some feedback you’d like to share? Leave a note in the comment section below!

If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.

If you have any questions (and would like to hear yourself on the Open Sky Fitness Podcast), click on the link on the right side of any page on our website that says “Send Voicemail.”

And finally, don’t forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic updates. It’s free!

Thanks for listening/reading Episode 113-Selene Yeager: The Evolution of the Fitness World.  We hope you have gained more knowledge on how to be a healthier you!

Sep 7, 2016

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When it comes to breaking down the myths about cholesterol and nutrition, Dr. Jonny Bowden is a wealth of great information. Dr. Bowden has written numerous works including his latest book with M.D. Masley StevenSmart Fat: Eat More Fat. Lose More Weight. Get Healthy Now.

Devon and I were so psyched for this interview with Dr. Bowden about cholesterol and nutrition that we took some time to discuss how to get on track with eating healthy and how to schedule time for yourself to focus on your health.

It's Okay to Fall Off the Health Wagon Sometimes

Maybe you decided to eat some extra chicken wings, ice cream, or sugar drinks over the Labor Day Weekend (don't worry, so did we!) and you're feeling guilty about it. Don't feel that way about yourself and don't judge yourself.

It's okay to enjoy all of our favorite, unhealthy foods and overindulge every once in awhile. Plus it's extremely hard not to once you're around friends and family who are eating the same fatty foods.

Just relax and know that being healthy is a journey that we're all on. It's normal to eat food that you normally wouldn't eat. Just get back to focusing on your own personal health goals once that weekend BBQ is over and done.

Follow a Health Journey with a Focused Plan

So what can you do to get back on the health wagon and start focusing on your health again? Plan and schedule. Now that school is starting, maybe it's extra hard for you parents out there if you have kids to drive to school and to take to all their after school activities.

Even if you don't have kids, how do you schedule your life? Stop and think about your own time and your own goals. Time goes by so fast and it's easy to ignore your health needs year after year while you put other people ahead of yourself.

Rob and Devon's Action Tips to Create Good Health Habits and Patterns

To created a focused plan on improving your health, we have some tips to help you create good health habits and patterns.

Your mission for the week: Go ahead and pick as many of our tips that you want to do this week. Try to do at least 1-3 of them each week to focus on building those habits. If you focus on more than 3, then you'll be all over the place by trying to focus on too much at once.

Now, take 15-30 minutes and look at your schedule. Think about what 1-3 tasks you're going to do for yourself this week:

  • Drink 80 oz of water.
  • Eat 2 green vegetables in per day.
  • Complete 2-3 workouts a week (even just 10 minutes each time).
  • Do healthy batch cooking and meal prepping once or twice during the week.
  • Have a No category: For example, pick one thing that you're not going to eat this week whether it's alcohol, soda, juice, cookies, or processed foods.
  • Catch up on your sleep by sleeping 7-8 hours consistently during the week.

You don't have to complete the tasks perfectly. This exercise  just to help you start good health goals.

When it comes to completing goals, it can be difficult to do it all on your own. Keep track of being accountable with your goals with our Open Sky Fitness Podcast Facebook group! Share with the group what your goals are so we can all keep each other accountable.

Cholesterol's Relationship with Our Body

There's a lot of feelings of fear when people hear the word, "cholesterol," and we immediately begin thinking about gaining weight and different health problems like heart disease. This fear has been built upon years and years of different sources saying the cholesterol is so bad for us and we've believed in this myth and more for far too long.

According to Dr. Jonny Bowden, we've been so wrong about our fear of cholesterol. In fact, there is nothing to fear. Dr. Bowden will explain in detail in the podcast, but all in all, there is no connection of saturated fat with heart disease and our cholesterol levels.

If Ketogenic and Mediterrerian diets call for eating healthy fats that don't actually make you fat, then why are we following other diets such as low-carb and low-calories that can make us sick?

To truth is, is that the types of diets that focus on consuming a lower amount of carbs and calories don't actually help us in the long run. In reality, we're actually starving our bodies from the nutrients and healthy fats that it needs to feel full and be energized.

How to Analyze Cholesterol Levels

Cholesterol is so much more complex than just knowing a single number and analyzing the good cholesterol (High-Density Lipoprotein) and the bad cholesterol (Low-Density Lipoprotein). That was the past but today, we know that there are so many different types of HDL and LDL that do not all behave the same.

When you talk to your doctor about your cholesterol, have a particle test done to truly know where your cholesterol levels are at. A doctor should not be prescribing a medication such as Statins without taking a closer look at all of the different factors in someone's cholesterol. A medication shouldn't be prescribed by just looking at the good HDL and the bad LDL. There's more to cholesterol than just HDL and LDL.

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About Dr. Jonny Bowden

Dr. Jonny Bowden, also known as The Nutrition Myth Buster, is a nationally known expert on weight loss and health, and has been seen on Dr. Oz, the Doctors, and every major television network. He is the best-selling author of 15 books, including Living Low Carb, The Great Cholesterol Myth, and his latest, Smart Fat: Eat More Fat Lose More Weight Get Healthy Now!

Dr. Jonny—a former professional pianist and conductor—earned six certifications in personal training and fitness, has a Masters degree in psychology, a PhD in holistic nutrition, and is board certified by the American College of Nutrition. He has written, contributed to or consulted on hundreds of articles in publications as diverse as the

Everything You Know About Cholesterol Is Wrong Part 01 with Dr. Jonny Bowden

 

 

 

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That's right! We've started an Open Sky Fitness Podcast group, where you and everyone will have the opportunity to talk about your health and fitness goals in a safe environment. We'll be posting workouts and starting discussions about how to be strategic around finding a healthier you. Check it out!

Have a Question or Review for Rob or Devon?

We love answering questions and getting feedback from you, our listener! If you have any questions to ask us, a review of the show, or suggestions on guests/topics that you think would be great to have on the show, just email Rob at rob@openskyfitness.com or Devon at devon@openskyfitness.com or you can also leave us a review at www.openskyfitness.com/review and even text OSFreview to 33444 to get the link.

 

What You'll Hear on This Episode

0:00 Open Sky Fitness Introduction

1:15  Episode Opening with Rob and Devon

6:00  How can I eat healthy and focus on fitness again after Labor Day?

9:00 How to get yourself and your kids organized for the new school year.

12:00 Rob and Devon's Action Tips to Create Good Health Habits and Patterns

25:00 Introduction to Dr. Jonny Bowden

26:00  How Dr. Jonny Bowden got started in the fitness industry as a Personal Trainer

30:00  How Dr. Jonny began to be interested in nutrition and understand how fat works?

35:40  How low-carb diets began to be dismissed.

37:20  Cholesterol and saturated fats non-relationship with heart disease

39:40  How Statins and how prescribed medications harm our health and don't fight cholesterol.

43:30  What happens to our bodies on low-carb and low-calorie diets?

49:00 Why you can't eat whatever you want even if you workout a lot and have a fast metabolism.

52:00  How do genes come into play with health?

58:00 Access to Dr. Jonny Bowden's VIP Summit Package

59:45  How to live healthy in the world that we live in and be motivated.

1:05:55  How can people get started on living a healthy lifestyle? What are your tips?

1:10:30  All about Intention Actions

1:12:30  What should we be paying attention to in our blood panels when checking our cholesterol?

1:20:10  What are smart fats?  How do we think about food in the US?

1:21:19  Do you need to pay close attention to your carbohydrate intake if you switch over to real food and quit processed foods?

1:23:35  What are some foods that we consume on a regular basis that we need to avoid at all costs?

1:26:00  Closing comments with Rob and Devon

1:27:40  Open Sky Fitness Closing

 

LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

To Download Rob’s FREE workout templates click below**

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Ask Rob a Question or tell him what is working for you: Email Rob@OpenSkyFitness.com

To leave a Review for Rob and the Open Sky Fitness Podcast CLICK NOW!  Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show and I read each and every one of them.

Contact our amazing sound engineer Ryan? Send him an e-mail here: info@stellarsoundsstudio.com

Thanks for Listening!
Thanks so much for joining us again this week. Have some feedback you’d like to share? Leave a note in the comment section below!

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Thanks for listening/reading Episode 112-Dr. Jonny Bowden: Breaking Down Cholesterol and Nutrition Myths.  We hope you have gained more knowledge on how to be a healthier you!

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