TMHS 023: The Best Exercises For Abs – Plus 3 Keys To Making Abdominal Exercises More Effective

In this episode we’re diving into the world of 6-pack abs, flat bellies, and shrinking waistlines. No, this isn’t some hyped up, “How to get abs in a week!” gimmick. I’m sharing with you real, tried and true strategies on how to get flat abs, lose belly fat, and become a more impressive version of yourself.

It all starts with understanding what type of fat you’re dealing with (because all fat isn’t created equal). You’re going to learn about that today, plus the best exercises for abs, and even how to do cardio that targets belly fat. No fancy ab machines are required. As a matter of fact, if you’re using most of these ab machines then you’re probably crunching up the wrong tree.

So, get ready, listen in, and take full advantage of these tips for flat abs because they work. At the end of the show you’ll have your flat belly black belt and you’ll even be able to teach others how to do things right.

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TMHS 022: Cancer Truth: What is Cancer, What Causes Cancer, And Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid Of It

In this episode we’re happy to welcome Ty Bollinger, author of the best-selling book Cancer: Step Outside The Box.  Ty is an absolutely brilliant mind and well-versed cancer researcher. Today he’s on the show to help us breakdown several of the dangerous myths about cancer, as well as sharing some shocking insights about the multi-billion dollar business of cancer.

This is one of the most important and life-changing show’s you’ll ever hear, so buckle your seatbelt and get ready.

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TMHS 021: Dressed To Kill – The Dangers Of Wearing Bras And Constrictive Clothing With Medical Anthropologist Sydney Singer

In this episode we’re happy to welcome the author of Dressed to Kill, Sydney Ross Singer. Sydney and his wife Soma are a Medical Anthropology team doing groundbreaking work in the study of culturogenic diseases.

Sydney is on the show today to share some critical information about breast cancer that most people are totally unaware of. Can constrictive clothing that cuts off circulation and proper elimination lead to breast cancer? Sydney’s research has proven that this is a myth-shattering and conclusive yes.

For this episode I ask that you put your disbelief (not your bra) to the side and just listen to this interview with an open and reasonable mind. Breast cancer itself is a sensitive issue. And when we bring culture and sexuality into the mix it can definitely be a very “hot button” topic to even take an honest look at.

I promise that at the end of this show you’ll be glad you took action to understand how the clothes that we wear could be causing major problems with our health and the health of the people we love. This is a classic episode for sure, so listen in and enjoy!

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TMHS 020: Health Benefits Of Qigong With Sensei Tristan Truscott

In this episode we’re excited to welcome renown martial arts expert, Tristan Truscott. Tristan has an incredible story of going from a high level black belt to being debilitated and wheelchair bound. Today you’re going to learn what Tristan did to get himself out of chronic pain, and how he’s now teaching thousands of people all over his amazing healing techniques.

People often ask me what my morning ritual is and how do I always have so much energy. Well, what I’ve learned from Tristan has changed my life forever. I incorporate his quick program each morning to super-charge my body, reduce stress, and increase my energy levels. I’m totally hooked on Tristan’s quick and easy strategies.

The best news is that anyone, at any age, and at any skill level can incorporate this daily practice and see their health and energy skyrocket. If you can’t tell already, I’m a big fan, but this is only a small part of the story.

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Not Flossing Is Like Not Wiping – 4 Essential Health Benefits Of Flossing Your Teeth

A recent survey revealed that bad breath was the biggest turn-off on a first date. Someone can look nice, be sparkling clean, but if they open their mouth and the aroma of death creeps out, it’s pretty much an impression that you can’t overcome.

Have you ever been talking to someone and you try to breathe out whenever they do so that you can avoid breathing in that ungodly smell? Have you ever been forced to become a temporary mouth-breather to spare your nostrils the pain of being abused by someone else’s poor internal hygiene?

If you’ve never been through this, I’d like to congratulate you. But I also want you to do a double check and make sure that the offensive person I’m describing isn’t actually YOU.

Look, brushing everyday is great. We know that it’s important in preventing cavities, removing plaque, and lowering the risk of gum disease. But did you know that brushing is only reaching around 60% of the surface of all of your teeth? There’s still a lot more area to cover… and that’s where flossing comes in.

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