THE Metabolic Podcast- Episode 14: "Passion" ft. Kito Delgado

Episode 14- "What's Your Story" ft. Kito Delgado"


Ok Metabolic fans, today’s episode will be focused around the idea that ALL of us out there have something to contribute and because of that, we all have a story to tell. There are no such things as bad stories...in fact, if you look up the definition, it actually says a story is a narrative, either true or fictitious, designed to interest, amuse, or instruct the hearer or reader. I don't know about you guys but I want to be interested, or amused, or instructed...I want to be told a story..I want to learn, I want to progress, I want to learn how I can improve my own story. So how do we find “our story”...how do we identify it so we can in fact tell the world? Well, our guest today for today's episode is here to talk to us about just that. Mr. Kito Delgado is host of the Get on The Box podcast where he encourages and empowers humans to get up on a box, and tell their story. Kito will join us today to talk about why he feels it to be so important for all of us to share our voice and tell our stories and why sometimes we just gotta find a box...get up on it, and shout for the world to hear.

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THE Metabolic Podcast- Episode 13: "Passion" ft. Matt Lashoff

Episode 13- "Passion ft. Matt Lashoff"


Ok Metabolic fans,today’s episode will be focused around the idea of passion and finding one's true passion or passions can lead to a more fulfilled life. As always we will start with an introduction and then bring on our guest, professional hockey player and musician, Mr. Matt Lashoff. Matt found both his passions at an early age and has been on a journey since then, following their lead, and being fulfilled by them. We discuss with Matt his passions, how he found them, what drives him and how finding your true passions can dramatically change your life.

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THE Metabolic Podcast- Episode 12: "Challenge" ft. Will Harris

Episode 12- "Challenge ft. Will Harris"


Ok Metabolic fans, today’s episode will be focused around the idea of challenge and how challenging one’s body and more importantly mind is essential for growth, and helping you reach the potential you were put on this earth to achieve. As always we will start with an introduction and then bring on our guest, former professional ball player and current certified personal trainer, Mr. Will Harris. Will is an entertaining, energetic, special individual, and when he is out there training his clients he is always pushing and challenging everyone in a way that is unique and special. We discuss with Will his challenges, how we overcomes them, and how he sees challenge in general benefiting people everyday through fitness and motivation.

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THE Metabolic Podcast- Episode 10: "Health Benefits of Kindness"

Episode 10- "Health Benefits of Kindness"


Ok, so today’s show I will discuss a topic that has been on mind in light of some recent events in our news....kindness and anger. In particular, how does being kind or angry affect out health. We all know that some people are just more kind than others, and want we wanted to do on todays show is talk about how being kind or being angry can affect our health and longevity. Being kind doesn't just make us feel good emotionally, it actually has numerous, scientifically documented benefits for our health. Turns out being kind isn't just something we should do because it makes us and others feels good, being kind makes us live a longer, healthier life. I hope you enjoy this quick show and am really looking forward to hearing your comments and feedback!

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THE Metabolic Podcast- Episode 09: "Yoga" ft. Sabrina Bonauito

Episode 09- "Yoga" ft. Sabrina Bonauito


Ok, so today’s show is focused on ways to help us mentally, unplug, and get more in tune, or one with our self, and one of the methods people are turning to nowadays is Yoga.. To help us understand a bit more about Yoga, who can do yoga, what it is, etc.. we have certified yoga instructor, or a Yogi as they are called, Sabrina Bonauito here to talk to us. Before the interview we discuss what the mental, scientific benefits of Yoga are as it relates to stress. We talk about the "long-game" behind Yoga and how it is designed to teach and train our brains to not make normally occurring, every day things stressful. Our brain is built to be on guard and protect us from uncomfortable situations by initiating a stress response. But sometime, being uncomfortable is OK, and we have to train our brain that is OK, and not allow it to turn into stress. It's a really fascinating discussion and we hope you enjoy the show!

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THE Metabolic Podcast- Episode 08: "Cardio" ft. Matt Phelps

Episode 08- "Cardio" ft. Matt Phelps


On today’s show we will be talking “Cardio” as it relates to fitness and working out. Cardio is a term we hear a lot in the world of fitness, and typically when it is mentioned, we immediately think of treadmills,stair masters, and running a mile. But, Cardio does not in fact mean any of that, and, running on a treadmill is not the only, or the most efficient way I might add, of getting cardiovascularly fit. To debunk some of the myths of “Cardio” exercises, we will bring back on the show, certified personal trainer Matt Phelps to talk some cardio and a new way all of us get more cardiovascularly fit from the comfort of our own home. For more information visit Click Here.

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THE Metabolic Podcast- Episode 07: "Courage" ft. Kevin Flike

Episode 07- "Courage" ft. Kevin Flike


On today’s show we discuss a topic that will resonate with every human...courage. To begin the show we discuss the definition of courage and talk in general about what courage means, and how courage to different people can mean different things. After a quick introduction, we bring on an exceptional guest, Mr. Kevin Flike, to talk about his experiences in life, war, and business and how courage guided him throw his near death experience. Upon graduation college, Kevin enlisted in the United States Army and volunteered for Special Forces training. After two years of training, he earned the coveted Green Beret and was assigned to the 1st Special Forces Group in Fort Lewis, Washington where he deployed to the Philippines, Thailand and twice to Afghanistan. On September 25, 2011 during his second deployment to Afghanistan, he was shot in the lower abdomen. He had 20% of his colon removed, a fractured hip, a damaged femoral nerve, six surgeries and over 40 inches of scars. Kevin medically retired on September 27th, 2013 and eventually received a dual masters degrees from the MIT Sloan School of Management (Masters of Business Administration) and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government (Masters of Public Administration) Kevin is currenlty a Associate - Investment Management Division at Goldman Sachs. Kevin embodies the term "courage" and hope you enjoy this interview as much as I did.

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Saturday Schedule

August 1, 2017- "Saturday Schedule Change

Dear Fit Fam,

We would like to inform you that Saturday, September 2 will be the last Saturday class offered on our schedule at Metabolic Meltdown. This does NOT mean that this will be the last chance for you to workout on Saturdays at Metabolic Meltdown, it simply means that Saturday classes will no longer be included on our schedule. This was not an easy decision for us to make, but one that we are certain is in the best interest of our training staff and, and ultimately dictates the quality of the workout experience that you, as clients, receive.

It is important that Metabolic Meltdown trainers perform at their highest level, day in and day out. The more energy they give, the more you as clients receive. We would like to ensure that our staff receives sufficient rest and afford them the ability to enjoy life outside the gym, visit their families back home, attend continuing education events, etc. We want our trainers and staff to build a relationship with all of you over the long term, to see you through all of the goals you have set. With no mandatory Saturday classes we can redistribute those hours to classes during the week, allowing us to have more trainers on the floor during a weekday class. By increasing the trainer:client ratio, there will be more opportunities for challenging, educating, and giving you more “hands-on” personal training during the workouts.

We realize that some of our clients really enjoy working out 6 days a week and coming to Metabolic Meltdown on Saturdays. As a solution, we are going to allow the trainers the option to offer “Special Saturday” classes, at the location and time of their choice, with one other trainer. The class will be a universal $10 drop in fee for all clients and the trainers will be compensated for this extra time. What’s really exciting is for those clients who like working with certain trainers, you will now have the ability to register for the class of your choice, in the location of your choice. For example, if you want to reunite with Will Harris and Lynsey Ciraulo in Clifton Park one Saturday, you can do so, or if you want to attend a Matt Phelps and Kelsey McDonald butt kicking in Saratoga, you can do that too.

Every Wednesday we will provide a link on our website and social media that will allow you to see and reserve your class. All classes will have a maximum of 42 clients with a minimum of two trainers.

Thank you very much for your understanding, and we look forward to continuing to provide an amazing community to be a part of, with the outstanding training staff you deserve.

In Strength,

Matt Phelps
CEO

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THE Metabolic Podcast- Episode 06: "Mind Power" ft. Deborah Hanlon

Episode 06- "Mind Power" ft. Deborah Hanlon


Welcome back for another episode. Ok so this should be a great episode that will focus on the power of the mind. On today's show we will speak to Deborah Hanlon, one of the coolest people my path has crossed with so far in life. Deborah is an intuitive medium...or as according to the definition I found, someone who uses his or her intuitive abilities to see the past, present, and future events of a person by tuning into the energy surrounding that. Deborah has turned this incredible ability into an amazing business where she not only taps into the energy of those who have passed for people, but also educates on how to be more present in one's everyday life by tapping into their own energy and pushing themselves past their mental limits. On the podcast today we will discuss the power of the mind and how all of us can better tap into our mind power.

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Balance

August 1, 2017- "Balance

Many of my macro clients are shocked at my response when I tell them my philosophy on tracking macros while on vacation: DON’T DO IT! You see, fitness is a LIFESTYLE, and while MOST of the time should be spent eating clean, tracking macros, or applying the habits your learned through a period of macro tracking, there ARE moments when tracking should just not apply: birthdays, major Holidays, vacations, etc. I always explain to my clients to look at it like this: so you gain a few pounds on a vacation… .most of it is water retention from a diet rich in sodium, alcohol, processed foods, etc. That weight will be gone within 7-14 days of returning from your trip AND you will have had all of the memories with your friends and family, mental relaxation, and break that we all need from time to time. Would it be better to restrict yourself, count macros, and take away from those experiences? I don’t know about you, but for me it isn’t worth it at all.

Fitness, and life, is about BALANCE. We work hard 90% of the time so that we can enjoy that 10% of fun, freedom, and indulgence. If you are always “100%” in ANY aspect of your life, you are inherently neglecting something else. That is no way to go through life. It saddens me when I see people go on extreme weight loss challenges, lose a ton of weight, and deprive themselves the entire time. I know that weight regain is inevitable because these folks have not learned to apply BALANCE to their lifestyle. When you have learned to “pick your spots” and can better apply that balance, you will be happier, more fulfilled, more enriched, and more likely to achieve your goals in the long run.

If you are busy with work, kids, etc, you don’t need to workout 6 days a week to see results. If you think this, or have that “100%” mindset, you will inevitably opt not to workout at all. What you need to do is workout 3 days a week, and spend time with your family, if that’s what it takes. Balance. You don’t need to give up cookies everyday for the rest of your life. Have a few on Saturday night. Balance. On your son’s birthday, if he is begging you to have pizza with him, have pizza with him. Balance. I hope ALL of you can take from this that the TRUE fitness lifestyle, the one that will allow you to remain fit, healthy, and happy for life, will revolve around BALANCE, and the ability to “have your cake and eat it too."

-Matt Phelps

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