wavetalks Podcast

Today’s podcast is an interesting one. You see we had the plan to do a podcast all about goal setting and we wanted to have a section about how you could know when you’re goals were going off the rails or getting into the red-zone where you could potentially be setting yourself up for a… Read...
In this episode we discuss what sugar is (literally – we’ll talk about what the various types are), and what it’s dietary importance is. We start by giving you a baseline understanding of what the chemical components of sugar are as well as some of the forms that are most common or popular in the… Read...
The circadian rhythm is one of those things that is misunderstood, much maligned and often used as an excuse to justify many types of social faux pas. Many believe that it’s set in stone from an early age and that we are just bound to the moniker that describes our patterns like “early bird” or… Read...
Oh dear. How does one write a description for such a clickbaity topic without becoming part of the clickbait? Well, by being as forthright as possible, I guess. This podcast is all about spot reduction (aka: target training). And we’re discussing this from the wider cultural standard definition that states that you can do a… Read...
Balance is one of the words that is being thrown around a lot right now (like “Pivot” or “the”…) and we wanted to weigh in on this to be a part of the cool crowd. But we’re not talking about a yoga routine or diet, we’re talking about why it’s important when you’re choosing exercises… Read...
The shoulder is one of the most mis-represented joints in the body. Most people, in modern life, have lost a lot of the necessary daily movements that would have been common even a couple of generations ago to move the shoulder through it’s full range to keep it healthy and functional. Typing (as I am… Read...
In this podcast episode we break down a study about the side effects of sitting and share some tips on how to offset the effects of long bouts of sitting. We will be discussing the work of Dr Vladimir Janda who developed the understanding of Upper and Lower Crossed Syndrome. These two issues create a… Read...
Today we’re spending not much time talking about context of patience. You know what it is already, and we don’t need to pander to a lowest common denominator (you’re smart, and we love that about you.) We all know that we are supposed to be more patient, especially with the state of affairs in the… Read...
This is a short podcast. 13 minutes and change. And in that time we’re going to talk about 12 minute workouts, which are becoming more popular since there was a study that was published in the journal Circulation that was picked up by the Harvard Gazette. (Find that article by clicking here.) We wanted to… Read...
It really has been a crazy year, hasn’t it? And that crazy has not slowed down at all, in fact it’s amped up significantly and left us in a very confused, anxious place where stress is around every corner of every day. So let’s talk about what this holiday season is going to look like… Read...