Blood Flow Restriction
If you’ve ever heard of blood flow restriction or witnessed someone doing it in the gym, you may think that it’s unnecessary or not good for your body. But that’s really not the case. Daniel Tague talks with us today about why blood flow restriction is so good for building muscle as well as how it is actually easier on your body than lifting heavy weights. Men and women lift weights to gain lean muscle mass, but when you do this repetitively over a long period of time it is damaging to your joints. The good thing about blood flow restriction is that it lightens the load on your joints, as well it makes your workouts much shorter. Daniel explains in detail how to do blood flow restriction exactly, and how it’s not just for body builders.
Legalities of Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapy
Dr. Dan Engle continues his series on psychedelics for therapy to treat things like depression, PTSD, anxiety, past traumas, and more. Psychedelics like psilocybin and MDMA are in the works to be legalized for therapy use in the very near future. There has been so much promise from this type of therapy that it’s undeniable. Treatment-resistant depression is becoming more and more common and suicide is steadily on the rise. This type of therapy could easily be the answer for so many who need healing. Dr. Engle talks about some of the findings and current legislation being talked about and what we can expect in the future.
- Daniel Tague is an Ortho-Kinetic Specialist Trainer at Telos Fitness Center. He is certified in Ortho-Kinetics, Biomechanics of Resistance Training and M.A.T. (Muscle Activation Techniques.)
- Dr. Dan Engle lectures and consults globally and is the Medical Director of The Revive Treatment Centers of America, as well as medical advisor to Onnit Labs, The True Rest Float Centers and several international treatment centers using indigenous plant medicines for healing and recovery. He published his fist book, The Concussion Repair Manual, in October 2017.