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August 1, 2020

IKSC Article List: August 1, 2020

IKSC Article List August 1, 2020

Keep training. Now is not the time to take your fitness for granted. There are some holes in this article. The timeframes they are giving for working out seem pretty long to me (45-80 minutes). I’ll have to look more into what they consider “vigorous” exercise. Chances are some of the things we do at IKSC probably get that done in 20-30 minutes. Personally, I see no problem in training for 20 minutes and then keeping general movement levels high throughout the day.
Exercise Improves Mood

High blood sugars and high insulin levels = Low energy availability.
High Insulin Levels = Low Energy

Most of these fitness myths are debunked on a daily basis at IKSC, but this is a good breakdown of some of BS you might hear or have heard in the past.
Myths that Stop Fat Loss

Great article on why beef is good for you and the planet!
Beef: Good for you and the planet.

Video of the Week: This is not just for kids: Sensory stimulation and direct interpersonal contact and interaction is just as important for adults. It is very much a “use it or lose it” deal.
Exercises that involve as many senses as possible, like rolling, crawling, and getting up and down from the ground (getups anyone?) repeatedly are a key part of overall fitness. Pay attention to the quote about skin receptor sites and tactile stimulation. Note: You get a big dose of this when you roll and crawl.

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