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Someday we’ll all have cool cyborg bodies, but until then we should probably take care of the ones we have. Here’s how we’ve been trying to stay in shape.

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Timestamps!

0:13:05 – Martin’s simpler workout
0:24:13 – Tom’s fitness goals
0:32:26 – Sponsor: Brilliant (Learning problem-solving skills)
0:34:59 – Tom’s more complex workout
0:45:18 – Aspects that complement the main workout
0:52:24 – Recap and conclusion

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19 Kommentare

  1. Feeling old Thomas? I'm 70 years old now and I listen to you and Martin because you are teaching me new stuff that is useful to my life. And as far as exercise goes, my physical therapist would agree with you – although he would discourage me from skateboarding or figure skating. Thanks for doing what you do.

  2. For those who want to add exercise and fitness to your day to day do check out bodyweight training! I do basic routines 4 times a week with emphasis on mobility and it's one of the best things I've ever done fitness wise!

  3. I love your podcast sooo much 🙂 Do you think you could do one on mental health (e.g. looking after mental health)? Feeling like not having time to exercise (or do anything) I think can sometimes have roots in depression, so if people aren't in the healthiest mental headspace, I feel telling people not having time is a BS excuse could make people feel even worse (and then less likely to change). Obviously this doesn't apply to most people, but I think it's important to consider.

  4. Hey Frank, I have a question
    At what time of the week do you do sports that are not weigth lifting?
    I wa thinking to start weigthlifting, but I also want to do sports like climbing or martial arts
    And I'm worrying ta it may be too much

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