EPISODE 52 - Rewind: Best Of 2017 - Expert Highlights w/ Dr. Marc Bubbs

2017 Highlights Episode

In Episode 52, Dr. Bubbs reflects on the first season of the Dr. Bubbs Performance Podcast with clips of 18 expert guests sharing their incredible insights on a variety of hot topics from popular episodes this past year. Thank you to all the amazing expert guests who came on the show this year to share their knowledge on health, training, nutrition, recovery, and mindset!

EPISODE 49 - Weight Loss For Women, Female Athletes & Body Composition w/ Dr. Susan Kleiner

In episode 49, Dr. Bubbs sits down with renowned nutrition expert Dr. Susan Kleiner to talk weight loss in women and female athletes. Dr. Kleiner dives into the best ways to assess and measure progress - fitting into an old pair of jeans versus a DEXA scan – depending on your goals, the dangers of prolonged or extreme caloric restriction on female hormones, the impact of hormone balance on energy expenditure in women, the key role of carbohydrates during exercise, gut bacteria and weight gain, HIIT training for women and so much more. Great tips and actionable advice from Dr. Kleiner.

Lay-Ups In This Episode

1)             A good place to start is…."how do your pants fit?!"

2)             Put your carbs to work for you – time them for meals before and after training

3)            For athletic women, your body will fuel high-intensity training but at the expense of other body systems and health.

Performance Tips From This Episode

1)            Women who maintain menses throughout training OUTPERFORM those who have lost their menstrual cycle.

2)            In sport, research supports that certain body-fat ranges are important for performance in women (and men).

3)            Protein requirements for athletic women, 20g 5-6x per day during heavy training or competition.

About Dr. Susan Kleiner

Co-founder and fellow of the International Society of Sports Nutrition and a fellow of the American College of Nutrition. Dr. Susan Kleiner is the owner of High Performance Nutrition, Director of Science and Communication of Vitargo Global Sciences, faculty at University of Northern Iowa and currently serves as the High Performance Nutrition Consultant to Seattle Storm (WNBA) and the Seattle Reign FC (WNSL). She also consults with many other professional teams including Seattle Seahawks and Mariners, the Cleveland Browns and Cavaliers, the Miami Heat, Olympians and many more elite athletes.  Dr. Kleiner has authored eight books, including the bestseller POWER EATING®, The Good Mood Diet, and The POWERFOOD Nutrition Plan. She is one of the foremost nutrition authorities in the world.

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EPISODE 47 - Winning Olympic Gold, Human Potential & Redefining Realistic w/ Heather Moyse

In episode 47, Dr. Bubbs sits down with one of the greatest female athletes in Canadian history, 2x Olympic gold medalist and World Rugby Hall of Famer Heather Moyse. In this episode Heather discusses achieving your true potential by owning your story, overcoming obstacles, shaking off disbelievers, and shifting your perspective so you can believe, plan and pursue your dreams. Heather says “it’s not about the guarantees, it’s about the possibilities!” and shares actionable tips in this episode to help you achieve your potential.

Lay-Ups From This Episode

1)             Heather’s motto: "Believe. Plan. Pursue"

2)             When pursuing any dream or goal, Heather says “it’s not about the guarantees. It’s about the possibilities!”

3)             Own your story… you’re capable of much more than you give yourself credit for.

Performance Tips in This Episode

1)            Excuses reveal priorities.

2)            Potential is genetic, but speed and power are skills that must be developed from that potential—and that takes work.

3)            “Come from away” – see things from different perspective to find the ideal solution.

Coffee Talk

Heather’s morning black tea 

About Heather Moyse

A 3-time Olympian and 2-time Olympic gold medalist, Heather Moyse has been described as Canada’s best ever all-round female athlete, making Canadian history on home soil at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics winning Canada’s first-ever gold medal. Heather has also represented Canada in international competition in track cycling and on the National Senior Women’s Rugby team in 22 international rugby games and the 2013 Rugby Sevens World Cup in Moscow, Russia. Heather was inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame – the only Canadian female and only second Canadian to receive that honour, joining the likes of Johnny Wilkinson and Nelson Mandela

 

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