Body Type Hype Podcast – Episode Three
Topic(s): Scientific Weight Loss Program Diary & Athletic Male and Female Body Types
Host: Marc Nelson, lead scientific researcher at Fellow One Research (Gen X)
Co-Host: Turbo Ryer, fitness trainer, nutritionist & life coach (Gen Z)
Episode Overview: The discussion focuses on the Scientific Weight Loss Program Diary (Basic & Advanced) to track your science-based diet, exercise, metabolism, and lifestyle data and hold yourself accountable to successfully lose weight along with the advantages and disadvantages of athletic male and female body types.
Body Type Hype Podcast episode three discusses the Scientific Weight Loss Program Diary (Basic and Advanced) as well as athletic male and female body types. Designed with holding yourself accountable in mind, the Scientific Weight Loss Diary allows you to easily track your daily diet, exercise, and lifestyle data along with regular (typically weekly) images to show your progress. It is used symbiotically with the Scientific Body Type Quiz (required to access the Diary) so you have a solid understanding of your current science-based diet, exercise, metabolism, and lifestyle scores.
The Diary works in harmony with the MyFitnessPal App, CalorieKing App, Apple Health App, and such. It also allows you to invite your friends, family, fitness trainer, dietician, etc. to sign up for a free subscriber account to join the discussion to encourage and support your weight loss journey. Maintain your privacy and security by using a Pen Name, no face is used in images. Advanced users are given access to the Expert Science-Based Diet, Exercise, Lifestyle “Ask Gnosis” (think Siri or Alexa) Support Team, and you can buy single credits as well.
Body Type Hype Podcast, Episode Three – Athletic Male Body Types and Athletic Female Body Types
The conversation then shifted to talk about athletic male and female body types. As the captain and forward/striker on his competitive recreational soccer team, Turbo estimates that most players in the league are probably a Body Type Two (BT2). At the professional level, whether Major League Soccer (MLS) or professional European futbol/football leagues or the like, nearly all players are a Body Type One (BT1), with rare few exceptions being a BT2.
Top-tier professional play requires a thoroughly muscular body that is symmetrical, as that is what the most intense competition demands. Muscle defines an athletic body and is what allows for strength, speed, agility, endurance, etc. along with talent (star power) and presence (IT factor). The more skinny fat and fat you have on your body, the less athletic you are. Genetics plays a huge role in things.
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