The Paleo View

TPV Podcast, Episode 132: The Too Much of Exercise

Ep. 132, The Too Much of Exercise

On this episode of The Paleo View, Stacy and Sarah share on when exercise surpasses the point of ‘beneficial to your health’ and become damaging to your overall well-being.

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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 132, The Too Much of Exercise

  • Intro (0:00)
  • News and Views (0:56)
    • Welcome to episode 132! Not to be confused with episode 131
    • Stacy’s epic post on her health diagnosis and things she is working through and why
    • How people have been responding to this news and the feedback
    • This week we will talk about when exercise exceeds beneficial
    • How lifestyle factors impact gut health
    • The best kind of activities for health benefits
    • Overactivity means a different thing to different people
    • The addiction to exercise – the highs and lows
    • Balancing extended sedentary periods
  • Science with Sarah (38:42)
    • What it is about intense and strenuous activity that can impact the gut?
    • How the adrenals are impacted by exercise
    • If sleep and stress aren’t in check, exercise adds injury to insult
    • What else will increase the effects
    • The benefits of physical activity
    • Stephanie‘s and Stacy’s presentation from AHS on this topic
  • Questions and Answers (52:08)
    • Marinka – how do you incorporate exercise when you have so much on your plate?
      • Melissa’s article on when to scale back on the level of activity
      • Stacy and Sarah’s experiences when they knew they crossed the line, how they scaled back, and how they find a balance
  • Sarah’s love for CrossFit
  • A study on the impact of making noise to reduce pain
  • Want more information on exercise, check out Strong Woman Radio
  • Outro (1:16:42)

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