cycling workout dvd xcb1 Xtreme Calorie Burner Indian to Girdwood Alaska

Xtreme Calorie Burner Indian to Girdwood Alaska

4.4 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)

A stunning 1 hour 50 minute bike ride along the Indian to Girdwood Trail, Alaska

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Enjoy a breathtaking ride through Alaska! Our ride begins in Indian, a small stop just south of Anchorage and follows the Indian to Girdwood trail, paralleling Hwy 1 with views of the Chugach Range and the majestic Turn Again Arm. Summer in Alaska is pretty amazing. The days are long and the nights short, clouds roll in and out drizzling and clearing. People’s spirits are high and the outdoor activities never seem to end. You can ride till midnight. This is an easy paced ride as we join the Dirt Divas and listen to the adventures of cycling in Alaska. This is a great workout for burning fat, our efforts maintain an average of 70%. The subject of our discussion is on diet and nutrition. Our guests are Heather and Lee Cherry. Check out their site!

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Video Details

Length 113 Minutes Training tools available
Format NTSC DVD Heart rate yes
Audio Track 1 yes Gear ratio yes
Audio Track 2 yes Resistance yes
Audio Track 3 yes Cadence yes
Region NA Hill profile yes
Aspect 4×3 Heart rate profile yes
Resolution NTSC Speed yes
Date created Sept 17 2010 Elevation yes
Produced by BtBoP GPS map yes
Published by Kunaki Timer no
Copyright copyright 2009 CVO Coaching narrative yes

 

Workout Notes

Heather and Lee, thanks for taking the time to speak with me. I’m really excited about working with the both of you! I have typed up an outline of what we can talk about. I’m in the process of developing the video and should have something we can workout to in a few weeks.
Segment 1:
Provide a clinical overview of the workout dashboard. Introduce the ride and the people who are riding with us. Introduce Heather and Lee
Segment 2:
Get to know Heather and Lee
Name of company
What do they do?
Where located?
How to contact?
How long in field?
Segment 3
Introduction to nutrition. What is it and why important?
Basic nutritional components:
* Carbohydrates.
– why important and what foods
* Protein
– why important and what foods
– immune system
* Fiber
– why important and what foods
Evaluating where you’re at and where you want to go:
*motivation
* fitness level – activity level
*current eating habits
– if your goal is to be 160lbs, eat at 160 lbs <-- what does this mean? * Cravings - what are they and when do they happen? Creating a lifestyle change * where to begin? Nutrition vs exercise * Baby steps - selecting foods, workouts etc *Appetite regulation (hunger on a scale of 1-10) - overly hungry vs overly full * changing motivation - what changes to habit will demotivate you? What changes can you live with? *Systematic changes * Sustainable nutrition (vs diet) Implementation: Write down and begin a workout agenda Take first baby step. Read food labels - Smart shopping * People know what's good for them, just a matter of eating what is good for you. * Cooking light.com * Fast food vs grocery store * Organic vs non - chosemyplate.org - wash your food! Timing and meal frequency * spacing out meals *Grenlin (sp?) Appetite stimulant produced in gut <--- mediation * Preventative calories - Eat now so you dont over eat later - blood sugar regulation (lower min cravings) - minimize cravings * Days off from working out (recovery) - active recovery vs rest * nutrition on difficult workout days vs active recovery (easier) * nutrition pre / during and post workout - why is it important to eat during a workout? Pre workout? - fat burn vs sugar burn ---> ride longevity
– hydration
– electrolytes
– carbs vs bonking
Myths:
I should skip a meal to lose weight
I should workout on an empty stomach
I should go to bed hungry
Low carb diets will help me lose weight
Protein shakes will make me lose weight

Techno Babble
What is a calorie?
what is ATP?
performance and hydration statistics
carbs vs protein ratios
nutrition vs diet

5 reviews for Xtreme Calorie Burner Indian to Girdwood Alaska

  1. 5 out of 5

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    One of my favorite workouts. Feels like you are riding with a group. Low pressure workout, fun, nothing intimidating. Fun, faster tempo on the return ride back to the start.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    This is my first virtual biking workout DVD. I’m very impressed. So much better than Spinning DVDs where the entire workout is in a tiny room. Now this will motivate me to get some exercise this winter! Looking forward to the next ride. Well done.

  3. 4 out of 5

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    I am just beginning to acquire training videos of different types of workouts. This particular workout appeals to me because part of my objective is to lose weight before next season. The scenery on this video is beautiful, and it’s a nice paced ride where there’s a great conversation going on about a healthy diet and what works for weight loss and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. This is a perfect recovery ride, with lots going on to distract me from the fact that I’m riding my bike by myself in the cellar. It’s a great workout all around.

  4. 4 out of 5

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    I am about 6 months into my stationary biking (for weightloss and fitness), spend about 8 hours per week on the bike, and have downloaded quite a few videos to keep things interesting. The first thing I noticed about this video was that it was little grainy compared to some of the others I have purchased, but when I got into found it very worthwhile with lots of information. In fact I was so stoked a that I re ran the same video for sessions on three consecutive days. The great thing about it is the immediacy of the group cycling format, and the quality of the info.

  5. 4 out of 5

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    This is a very low pressure workout, and would not apply to someone trying to lose weight to get in shape for a charity ride or to build on for a more intense ride. Lots of breaks and easy cadence. The scenery and discussion are pleasant, so if you’re looking for something to keep from boredom on your trainer, this is it.

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