Can Lifting Really Be a Substitute for Cardio? with Charlie Weingroff

I brought my hubby Charlie back on to discuss why wearing your HR monitor during a lifting session probably isn’t as accurate as your conditioning and why that matters, the definition of cardio, what someone’s personal definition is when it comes to their goal and what they are trying to do, what adaptation are they trying to accomplish, why external load may not be the most efficient way to change the morphology of the heart, eccentric and concentric heart, and more…
Guest: Charlie Weingroff
Dr. Charlie Weingroff is one of the most sought-after professionals world-wide in physical therapy and athletic performance. He is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, a Certified Athletic Trainer, and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist who has worked with countless A-List celebrities, professional athletes, as well as the general population.

He often lectures overseas often, and his relationship with Beijing Yanding Trading Company has brought him through mainland China for the last 5 years.

Charlie’s Training = Rehab is often discussed as a thought leading model that brought to light the value of medical, fitness, and science professionals all working together as one staff or unit.

His T=R series is often recognized as the most successful train-the-trainer product over the last decade.

Learn more about Charlie by visiting his website & his mentorship program, or following him on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

Host: Ali Gilbert
Learn more about Ali and her services by visiting her website or following her on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

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