How to See Working Out Paying Off

 
It’s hard to see the value of working out. You get all sweaty, sore, and tired. And there just doesn’t seem to be much change in your body. You have to understand that it takes time to see the payoff but it’s totally worth it. Aaron talks about…

 

It’s hard to see the value of working out. You get all sweaty, sore, and tired. And there just doesn’t seem to be much change in your body. You have to understand that it takes time to see the payoff but it’s totally worth it. Aaron talks about his experience working out and how it’s benefited him in so many ways. If you work out, you’ll potentially see these benefits, too.

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How to Get Past Looking Like a Mess Working Out? – Fit in Your Forties

It’s hard to get past perception. Aaron gives you an idea of how to get worrying about what you look like working out. One problem people have with working out is looking bad. There is no way to look cool, sweat-free, and not looking like a mess when …

It’s hard to get past perception. Aaron gives you an idea of how to get worrying about what you look like working out. One problem people have with working out is looking bad. There is no way to look cool, sweat-free, and not looking like a mess when you’re sweating. Running, lifting, yoga, pilates (if you’re hard-core), will make you look like a wreck. In your forties, you want to make a good impression.

 

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Fit in Your Forties – Best Time to Work Out Exercise

What’s the best time to work out for someone in their forties? Early in the morning? At midnight? On your lunch break? Aaron talks about arguably the best time of the day to consistently exercise and work out. He explains why he uses this time rather than any other part of the day. This is part of Aaron’s series of getting and staying fit in your forties. This decade should be the golden age of your life. You still have the energy to do some amazing things. You are entering the peak earning years of your life. And yet, you have no energy, you feel flabby, and you don’t feel strong. What’s wrong? Likely years of a sedentary lifestyle is finally catching up to you. Aaron is here to help remedy that problem with this series of Fit Forties. Download the audio of this video as a podcast Get a copy of Aaron’s books Link to Antarctic Tears by Aaron Linsdau, Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2SJGdoH

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What’s the best time to work out for someone in their forties? Early in the morning? At midnight? On your lunch break? Aaron talks about arguably the best time of the day to consistently exercise and work out. He explains why he uses this time rather than any other part of the day.

This is part of Aaron’s series of getting and staying fit in your forties. This decade should be the golden age of your life. You still have the energy to do some amazing things. You are entering the peak earning years of your life. And yet, you have no energy, you feel flabby, and you don’t feel strong. What’s wrong? Likely years of a sedentary lifestyle is finally catching up to you. Aaron is here to help remedy that problem with this series of Fit Forties.

Download the audio of this video as a podcast

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Get a copy of Aaron’s books

Adventure Expedition One
Lost at Windy Corner
Antarctic Tears

Link to Antarctic Tears by Aaron Linsdau, Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2SJGdoH

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Fit in Your Forties Podcast – Best Time to Work Out Exercise

What’s the best time to work out for someone in their forties? Early in the morning? At midnight? On your lunch break? Aaron talks about arguably the best time of the day to consistently exercise and work out. He explains why he uses this time rather t…

What’s the best time to work out for someone in their forties? Early in the morning? At midnight? On your lunch break? Aaron talks about arguably the best time of the day to consistently exercise and work out. He explains why he uses this time rather than any other part of the day.

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7 TIPS – How to Use Trekking Poles Like a Pro

You see people using trekking poles. You see people recommending trekking poles. They look simple enough. But are they? What can they really do for you? Aaron has used them on multiple expeditions and countless hikes. Watch to see the value and learn …

You see people using trekking poles. You see people recommending trekking poles. They look simple enough. But are they? What can they really do for you? Aaron has used them on multiple expeditions and countless hikes. Watch to see the value and learn his 5 tips for use. Plus – remove the plastic cap from the tip! The tip is tungsten carbide and won’t slip on nearly anything. The plastic cap is there only to protect your other stuff from being stabbed by the carbide tip.

  • Proper vertical position
  • Proper angle
  • Proper wrist strap technique
  • Uphill technique
  • Downhill technique
  • BONUS TECHNIQUE #1 – Must watch!
  • BONUS TECHNIQUE #2 – Must watch!

Get Black Diamond telescoping trekking poles on Amazon here: https://amzn.to/2Zy04Ld

Get Black Diamond fixed trekking poles on Amazon here: https://amzn.to/2XzHJM6

Get Adventure Expedition One on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2tIASTG

Adventure Expedition One

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How do you go SOLO into the WILDERNESS

Going solo in the wilderness can be a dangerous proposition. How do you prepare and plan for it? Aaron provides a quick introduction into what it takes to travel safely into the wilderness by yourself. There is a potential risk but the rewards are wel…

Going solo in the wilderness can be a dangerous proposition. How do you prepare and plan for it? Aaron provides a quick introduction into what it takes to travel safely into the wilderness by yourself. There is a potential risk but the rewards are well worth the balance.

Get Adventure Expedition One that talks about solo wilderness travel on Amazon.com: https://amzn.to/2DPKktg

Great article on Japanese adventurer: https://explorersweb.com/2019/02/07/going-left-where-others-go-right-interview-with-yasu-ogita/

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Safety Speaker Testimonial from Utah about Aaron Linsdau

Brent Turley talks about Aaron Linsdau as a motivational safety speaker.
Brent is from the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Utah.
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Brent Turley talks about Aaron Linsdau as a motivational safety speaker.

Brent is from the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Utah.

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Where can you practice defying death in Jackson Hole?

Teton Boulder Park is the perfect place to practice death-defying skills in relative safety. Located at the base of Snow King mountain, this completely free and open rock climbing park is available for anyone. The town’s Parks and Recreation Department…

Teton Boulder Park is the perfect place to practice death-defying skills in relative safety. Located at the base of Snow King mountain, this completely free and open rock climbing park is available for anyone. The town’s Parks and Recreation Department supports a weekly Town Pump climbing competition during the summer.

This park is the perfect place to unleash the kids while you take a break. You can try your climbing skills on easy challenges. There are tough routes that Aaron has yet to figure out, too.

There’s even a slackline set up for people to try their tightrope walking skills.

 

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How to make big progress slowly

How do you conquer climbing a mountain or completing a huge project? What’s the best way to go about it? People, including me, like to rush at the last second, taking the heroic approach. But is that the best way to go? In my experience—definitel…

How do you conquer climbing a mountain or completing a huge project? What’s the best way to go about it? People, including me, like to rush at the last second, taking the heroic approach. But is that the best way to go? In my experience—definitely not.

When you try to rush, work through the night, and crank it out, it may seem like you succeeded. That’s not possible to keep up all the time, though. I used to work at places where we did the hero thing, multiple times a quarter. After a while, people started quitting and developing health problems. It was a consistency failure.

The same thing happens when you work out and train for something. It’s much more effective to apply consistent, slow but manageable work. It’s not as glamorous but it’ll get you to the top of the mountain. In this video, I climbed Mt. Glory to 10,130′ and didn’t break a sweat because I went slowly. It wasn’t glorious but I got the job done.

You can too!

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Hack your brain for working out

Do you struggle with motivating yourself to work out? Do you want to go running but you find every excuse in the world not to do it? This video shows you the crazy simple hack for your brain to get you running.
Our brains are really good at coming up w…

Do you struggle with motivating yourself to work out? Do you want to go running but you find every excuse in the world not to do it? This video shows you the crazy simple hack for your brain to get you running.
Our brains are really good at coming up with excuses not to run. Whatever it is, like cleaning the dishes, watching your favorite show, or whatever is happening up there, will stop your workout. No longer! Watch this video—it’ll show you the technique I use to overcome my brain being lazy about running.

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