Episode 057: Stress Management Strategies featuring Eirinn Carroll

Stress is unavoidable in life. There are also forms of stress that could be classified as good and bad in relation to your health. Bad stress can become chronic and as a result of this prolonged stress on the system we can become susceptible to adverse health conditions. Eirinn joins the discussion with Jon to go over the good and bad forms of stress and strategies to help you effectively manage the bad forms of stress.

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Alex Tanskey is an integrative strength and performance coach based in Raleigh, North Carolina. During this episode of the pillars of health he delves into the correct way to progress your chin ups with Jon. Other topics discussed are listed below. Find this episode description here http://bit.ly/2LLDx6p

  • Creating optimal cardiovascular health
  • How conditioning can help you manage stress
  • The benefits of steady state conditioning days
  • Creating a more efficient heart and why it is important
  • Resting heart rate ranges to be aware of
  • What is heart rate recovery?
  • Optimal heart rate recovery ranges
  • How to balance strength with conditioning
  • Why creating a training balance will benefit your health long term

Show Notes

The Joel Jamieson episode on the Pillars of Health link: http://bit.ly/2LlHanA

Article on Energy Systems: Who, What When? http://bit.ly/2GrtzZh

Article on Testing Your Conditioning: http://bit.ly/2HdNpEH

Social Media Links

The Pillars of Health on Instagram: @thepillars_of_helth_pod

The Pillars of Health on Facebook: @thepillarsofhealthpod

Jon Carroll on Instagram: @jon.carroll6

Jon Carroll on Twitter: @jonner6

Alex Tanksey on Instagram: @alextanskey

Alex Tanskey’s website: alextanskey.com

What characteristics or standards do you look for in a potential coach or trainer?  This episode originated from a listener question and allows Alex and Jon to discuss four stand out areas that you should look for in a good coach. These standards include:

  • The importance of assessments
  • Why continuing education is crucial
  • The role of exercise selection
  • Do they practice what they preach?

 

Show Notes

Article: “4 Ways to Vet Your Personal Trainer” by Alex Tanskey

E-mail the show: thepillarsofhealthpod@gmail.com

Social Media

Alex Tanskey on Instagram: @alextanskey

Alex Tanskey on Twitter: @alextanskey

The Pillars of Health on Facebook: @thepillarsofhealthpod

The Pillars of Health on Instagram: @thepillars_of_health_pod

Tweets in Review

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This week “Tweets in Review” highlights tweets (aka knowledge bombs) from Kevin Carr on “keeping the window open”, Movement as Medicine on why to “tone down” instead of “cool down”, a book from yours truly on soccer scholarships & Colaiste Ide in Dublin, Adam Bornstein on the importance of sleep and weight loss and another piece of advice from Tim Grover.

1. Kevin Carr  – “Keeping the Window Open”.

2. Movement As Medicine

3. Earn & Keep a Soccer Scholarship to the USA

4. Adam Bornstein – Sleep & Weight Loss

5. Wise Words from Tim Grover

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