Fitness During the Pandemic

Fitness During the Pandemic

Episode 34 – Staying fit during the pandemic, is a special episode with Darren Kirby the “Fitter Healthier Dad”. Darren is a tri-athlete, and a fit dad. He lost over sixty pounds and has managed to keep the weight off through a diet based on sensible principles, and a commitment to fitness.

Being a tri-athlete has given Darren the mental toughness to staying fit during the pandemic and ongoing the restrictions. He’s here on the Happy and Healthy Over 40 podcast to share some useful tips on how to stay fit and eat right under the social distancing guidelines that are currently in place.

His tips on fitness during the pandemic are super useful. Put them to good use, and stay happy and healthy!

About Darren Kirby

Ironman athlete Darren Kirby’s aim is to help one million Dads/Men live a healthier happy life – and to give them the knowledge and tools to also help their children and families do the same. In the year 2015 Darren the fitter healthier dad had competed in 10 triathlons during that season. In 2018 he was awarded ALL World Athlete Status by Ironman in the top 5% in the world. Darren started fitter Healthier Dad to help other fathers.

Darren’s motto is – Feel Better, Look Better and Have tons of energy.

Here’s what you’ll learn

  • fitness during the pandemic
  • Adapting your exercise schedule
  • varying your daily routine
  • immune system support
  • intermittent fasting
  • Autophagy and insulin levels
  • 12 to 15 thousand steps a day
  • and keeping the kids involved and staying fit too!

Links:

Fitter Healthier Dad

Social Distancing and Intimacy

Insomnia and Sleep Disorders

Blueprint for Fatherhood

Social Distancing and Intimacy

Social Distancing and Intimacy

Useful tips on keeping the relationship together during social distancing

Episode 33 – Covid 19, Corona Virus, or SARS-CoV-2 – No matter what you call this virus, it spells isolation. Even the most introverted humans have personal relationships that they value and want to maintain. We humans are designed to live together. Anthropologists can prove that hominids (early humans) have lived in bands, tribes, and villages for millennia.

Covid – 19

Since the terrible spread of Covid – 19, we’ve been engaging in some very un-human like activity through self imposed isolation or quarantine. Even monks who live in silence still live in proximity to other monks during their meditations, and daily activities. Mass global quarantine is unusual to say the least.

Don’t get me wrong. There’s growing evidence that social distancing and quarantine are working. The spread of the virus is slowing down. That is a good thing. Until scientists create a vaccine for this pandemic, social distancing and testing are the best solutions for saving lives.

You will probably survive this virus, but what about your love life? You’re stuck at home with your significant others. I’d bet you a roll of toilet paper that there will be a new baby boom for the next two years. For a lot of people there’s nothing to do but watch Netflix and make babies.

For some other folks a 24/7 scenario is too much of a good thing. I got a call the other day from a friend, who is staying with his parents during the pandemic. He’s not doing this because they need his help. They need a referee, otherwise they were going to come apart. This may not be you, but if you find yourself frustrated and maybe a little more annoyed than usual with your partner. You might be getting a touch of what the old timers used to call “cabin fever“. No, not the movie! It’s an actual disorder from too much close proximity over an extended period of time.

So what can you do to stay safe and maintain a healthy relationship? How do our relationships survive this pandemic? Fear not. On this latest podcast I’ve brought in relationship expert Allana Pratt to lend us some insight on how to deal with this temporary situation.

Allana Pratt Bio:

Intimacy Expert, Allana Pratt is a global media personality and go-to authority for those who have suffered heartbreak and are ready to live unapologetically, and attract an open-hearted, ideal relationship. Her vulnerability and courage landed her a featured weekly column on the GoodMenProject, featured as an Icon of Influence, and as Guest Expert on Huffington Post, People Magazine, Forbes, CBS & FOX and The Jenny McCarthy Show. Allana is the Author of 4 books. She has interviewed Whoopi Goldberg, on her edgy Podcast “Intimate Conversations”, where listeners learn how to find the relationship they deserve.

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