Episode 5: The Exercise Journey

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Episode Summary:

The best, all-natural, miracle drug out there, science shows, is physical activity. Really! Learn more about the science and ‘nature of exercise’, and what you can do.

Episode Guest:

Dr. Mark DeDominico: CEO and founder of Pro Club and the 20/20 Lifestyle Program, Former Cardiothoracic Surgeon, and co-founder of the Hope Heart Institute, Seattle, Washington; co-author of the book 20/20 Lifestyle a Metabolic Cure.  

Josh Fitchett: Senior Director of Fitness for the Pro-Club, a degree from Central Washington University in Fitness & Sports Management; triathlete and adventure racer.

During This Episode We Discuss:

  • Exercise is one of the best prescriptions for health, learn why.
  • It’s more than about weight loss.
  • How to start, how to make it a habit.

Quotes (Tweetables):

“Exercise is so important to our health because it has tons of benefits, from improving our mental health to a healthy heart, to slowing the aging process, lengthening the lifespan, and boosting our brain health.”

“The most important thing when you’re starting to exercise is to find out why. Everyone’s why is going to be different.”                                            

Josh Fitchett

“The whole thing is creating a habit, if you can’t create a habit, you’re dead.”

Mark DeDomenico, M.D.

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