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Health & Wealth E28 Blake Scheidt

Hosted by: Troy Garcia Special guest: Blake Scheidt

March, 2024

In this episode, we welcome back guest Blake Scheidt for an insightful discussion on the critical benefits of weightlifting, especially as we age. As our muscle mass naturally declines over time, it’s essential to adopt strategies that counteract this process, ensuring we maintain our strength and vitality. Blake sheds light on the importance of redefining health routines, particularly for women, who often face unique challenges in staying fit. Join us as we explore effective ways to combat age-related muscle loss through weightlifting and learn why it’s never too late to start on the path to a healthier, stronger self.

In this episode we cover:

  • Some women still think lifting weights will make them bulky (4:30)
  • Many people think eating less is the way to lose weight and be healthy (6:58)
  • What is “Skinny Fat?” (9:40)
  • Robin’s story of getting healthier with our guest (12:16)
  • Sleep patterns improve once you are healthier (22:14)
  • The three things you must do to get a leaner body (23:39)
  • Every coach should take an assessment to determine the starting point of a workout program (25:69)
  • Blake’s standard assessment process (28:35)
  • The long-term benefits of lifting weights regularly (32:00)
  • You burn more calories when you have more muscle (39:26)

Links From the Show:

Allen & Company
Blake’s Website
Blake’s Podcast on Spotify
Skinny Fat

Connect with:

Troy Garcia – CFP®, Vice President, Financial Advisor at Allen & Company
Allen & Company – Troy Garcia
LinkedIn – Troy Garcia

Blake Scheidt – Trainer, Health Coach
Facebook – Blake Scheidt

The opinions voiced in this program are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual. To determine which strategies or investments may be suitable for you, consult an appropriate qualified professional prior to making a decision.

Blake Scheidt ie not affiliated with LPL or Allen & Co.

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