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Staying Fit on a Road Trip, When to Ditch Your Macro Counting, How to Stay in the Moment, and More – Iron Crew Podcast Episode 112

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When to Use Unconventional Training in Your Exercise Program Iron Crew Podcast

  Danny shares his passion for the use of odd objects and other unconventional training methods. But when is the right time to use them? Learn how to apply battle ropes, sled pushes, sandbags, yoke training, and much more. He also shares how to substitute these movements with more common gym equipment. РRemember to subscribe to this podcast, leave a rating, and a review! Also share this episode with friends, family, and on your social media! Website Рironcrewathletics.com YouTube РIron Crew Athletics Email Рdanny@ironcrewathletics.com Subscribe to the BLOG Get FREE home workout programming HERE Music provided by Kung Fu Vampire. Cover photography by A2Be Photo.
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Danny records from Las Vegas with Casey from A2Be Media! They discuss what prompted their last minute road trip, how they stayed fit while traveling, and the breath taking experience through Zion National Park.

They also talked about how to stay in the moment while capturing photographs, when to ditch your macro counting, and taking advantage of impromptu opportunities.

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