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Regular exercise equals good health. We have all heard it at one point or another. It is a universal guideline for everyone who wants good health and longevity. In fact, it doesn’t matter which type of expert you go to see, be it for weight loss, growing muscle, longevity, or even overcoming fatigue, they will all say the same. In order to be healthy and fit, you need to exercise. Now, some of you might sit and think, ”Ari, how am I going to exercise when I am so fatigued that even going to the toilet depletes my energy resources and causes me to be bedbound for hours? My fatigue clearly causes exercise intolerance.” The answer is simple, you find a way to do something that helps your muscles (and mitochondria) to start growing.
This week, I have a talk with Alex Viada. Alex is probably one of the fittest people in the world. He has designed a hybrid training method that trains your body for health, strength, and longevity. The amazing thing about this particular method is that it can be applied to ANYONE REGARDLESS of their individual fitness level. In this episode, we will discuss exercise, why most people are exercising in ways that aren’t optimal for health, and how to train for weight loss, longevity, and energy (and overcome exercise intolerance.)

In this podcast, we’ll cover
• I am losing weight, why am I feeling tired after exercise? Why diet and exercise can cause fatigue
• How most people train in ways that aren’t optimal for health
• Why a good physical appearance doesn’t automatically mean you are healthy
• The difference between Cardiovascular (cardio), High-Intensity Interval training (HIIT), and strength (resistance) training
• How the ketogenic diet affects your health and exercise (when to eat it and when not to)
• How modern-day bodybuilders and powerlifters are some of the most unhealthy people on the planet
• Why you should incorporate cardio, HIIT, AND resistance training in your weekly exercise routine
• How to overcome exercise intolerance without ending up bed bound for days
• How to build strength and muscle without feeling pain after
• Doing cardio after resistance training can stop the muscle growth (how to plan your workouts so you can do cardio and resistance on the same day without losing the benefits)
• The benefits of exercising in a fasted state
• How to accommodate your need to ”reward” yourself with food after exercise without overeating