Season 1, Episode 2: Lee Boyce
Episode 2: LEE BOYCE
Pedemonte, S. The Wellness Vault Podcast: Season 1, episode 2, "Lee Boyce". Recorded on January 25th, 2018, 44:50. https://www.yourhousefitness.com/podcast/season-1-episode-2-lee-boyce
Bio of Lee Boyce
Lee Boyce is no stranger to controversy, and his opinions and firm resolve to popularize the brutal truth about training have landed him countless features in some of the largest publications in the world, including Men’s Health, Esquire, Men’s Fitness, The Huffington Post, and Oxygen. Lee doesn’t care about the size of his audience, and that’s probably what’s made it grow at a steadily increasing rate over the years. The Toronto-based generalist is ready to give the fitness world a much needed voice of reason, and pull no punches while doing it. He’s making the right moves and creating a splash in the industry – and his often unpopular opinions will definitely make you think.
A bubble butt is a booty that is rounder than your average! It is the polar opposite of a flat butt. Learn about achieving a bubble butt and thick thighs with a proper exercise program, nutrition for growth, time exception, injury prevention and more.
Kettlebells have become a global fitness phenomenon. You’ll see individuals swinging about these weighted balls in just about any gym that you stride into. Their popularity is a result of the exceptional benefits they offer.
The Pallof press is one of the lesser known pressing motions that we encounter when talking about resistance training and it’s certainly one that very few of us have nailed down as one of our staples alongside bench, deadlift and squat. Learn why the Pallof press is one of the best core exercises to do.
There are people think purposely missing out on breakfast is an ideal way to lose weight, but it isn’t. According to research on this matter, there is a direct link between eating breakfast and losing weight and compared to those who miss breakfast. Read more about the importance of a healthy breakfast.
Happy New Year! Now it’s time to be the best version of yourself! Now is the time to work towards being the best version of yourself. I wanted to talk about 3 things that have been on my mind for the past year, which can be applied to fitness and otherwise!
Resistance bands are strong elastic bands made specifically for strength training exercises without the need of lifting weights. These versatile pieces of elastic bands are strong and have a firm grip. Thus they require a lot of strength to pull apart. They are available in different colors and allow its users to exercise conveniently without necessarily taking a trip to the gym. Learn more about resistance bands by clicking on this article.
The elliptical machine has obviously become one of the most adopted fitness and wellness tools. It replaces some of the inconvenient methods of carrying out routine exercise, yet guaranteeing the best results. In fact, fitness experts have continued to mention the comparative convenience as one of the most pronounced benefits of using, or having the machine in your home. Learn more about the elliptical machine.
Kettlebell training has grown in popularity over the last few years. Initially believed to have originated from Russia, or back to the Spartan times when they tied blocks with handles for smooth movement. The equipment has now proven to be a tool which can be used for an all-in-one fitness session that helps in developing our strength, condition our cardiorespiratory system and stabilization. Read about the importance of kettlebell in a workout session.
Intermittent fasting in simple terms means shuffling between periods of eating and fasting. It focuses on when you should eat instead of what you should eat. So, you can have proper meals, but such meals should be within specified time limits. Read about the benefits of intermittent fasting.
It’s a single leg exercise that is alternated between the two legs (known as a Bulgarian split squat). This exercise is executed with your back foot placed firmly on a bench or on the ground with your front foot carrying the majority of your body weight. Learn more about how to perform a split squat