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Logical Weight Loss Podcast

Dave Jackson

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Logical Weight Loss Podcast
Logical Weight Loss Podcast

Logical Weight Loss Podcast

Dave Jackson

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Join Dave Jackson and he shares insights into geeky weight loss gadgets, insightful articles, and success stories on losing weight, feeling better, and living healthier. He's also pretty darn funny.

Latest Episodes

Healthy Wage Fitness Challenge

Weight Update Last episode on October 19th I was 228.3. Today on November 5th I am at 226. How Do I See My Step Count on an Apple Watch? Press the button on the side and scroll down until you see "all Apps" and choose the activity app and then scroll down. Calibrating your Apple Watch While wearing your Apple Watch, go to a flat, open outdoor area that offers good GPS reception and clearskies. If you have Apple Watch Series 2 or later, you just need your Apple Watch. If you have Apple Watch Series 1 or earlier, bring your iPhone for GPS.Hold your iPhone in your hand, or wear it on an armband or waistband. Open the Workout app. To start, tap Outdoor Walk or OutdoorRun. To set a goal before starting, tap. Walk or run at your normal pace for about 20minutes. If you don't have time to finish the workout, you can complete 20 minutes over multiple outdoor Workout sessions.If you work out at different speeds, you should also calibrate for20 minutes at each of the speeds that you walk or run. Whenever you walk or runoutside using the above steps, your Apple Watch continues to calibrate the accelerometer by learning your stridelength at different speeds.Calibration can also improve the accuracy of yourcalorie calculationsin the Workout app, and the calorie, distance, Move, and Exercise calculationsin the Activity app. Starting a New Habit Isn't Easy I had a weird situation where I ended up getting very early. It wasn't fun, but it got me going in the right direction. It wasn't fun but I've kept doing it. New Healthy Wage Pays You To Lose Weight Using a site I found called Healthywage, I started a group contest where you put in $20 total (roughly $7 a month for three months) and those that make their goal of 6% weight loss split the pot. For me, I currently weight 225. Six percent of that is 225X .06 = 13.5 lbs. Divide that by 12 weeks and you get 1.12lbs per week (doable, but you need to remain focused). If you want to challenge yourself privately, you can put in a certain monthly amount that you pay each month. At the end of your challenge if you've met your goal you get your money back and then some. If I bet $50 a month for nine months I earn 521.52 (15.89% return). If I bet $40 a month for nine months I earn $417.22 ( again 15.89%). They pay you by check. If you don't make your goal, you lose your money. Cheaters Never Win You download their app and the privately record yourself on video weighing in. Join our Challenge November 29th through February 22nd (especially starting the day after Thanksgiving). It's only $20. Seehttps://www.healthywage.com/join/logical-weight-loss/ Become a Logical Loser If you would like to support the show, go to www.logicallosers.com

22 MIN1 w ago
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Healthy Wage Fitness Challenge

Nordic Track S22i vs Paleton - Start Where You Are

I've seen commercials for the Peloton bike and I was getting sucked in. I had some friends who were talking about how their apartment building has one, and they spoke about how these live classes were really addicting. I saw where you can get one for $59/month, but in digging around I found out that Peloton wasn't the only company providing this type of experience where you basically turn your home into a gym. The NordicTrack S22i has a ton of features and is in the same price range so I wanted to compare the Peloton Bike vs the NordicTrack S22i NordicTrack S22i Price: $1999 Assembly $249 iFit Coach - Free for 1 Year ($15/month after year 1) or 5 accounts for $33/month Year One Expense: $2248 Year two subscription $180 "normal" pedals, heart rate monitor, weights included 350 lbs capacity Peloton Bike Price: $1999 Assembly $250 Subscription $39/month Year One Expense: $2713 Year two subscription $468 Changing pedals (or anything) on the Peloton voids your warranty 297 lb capacity Si...

23 MIN3 w ago
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Nordic Track S22i vs Paleton - Start Where You Are

Pressing Reset

I'm Back! at 226.8 After writing a book, I'm back and up in my weight. I could cry and beat myself up, but I just looked at the calendar and said: "October 1st the day I turn this thing around." I reset some data in my apps, starting getting up a little earlier, walking a little more, paying attention to my water intake. I've even cleaned off my exercise bike as its fall in Ohio, and only a matter of time until the snowfalls. Don't let yourself get complacent with your health. What used to scare the crap out of me is now slowly becoming the norm. That is something that can't happen. These happen in small increments, and we kind of let them fly under the radar as these bad habits and inches, um, inch their way into our lives. I did find an article on what famed Quarterback Tom Brady (he is a bit of a freak of Nature). See it at https://tb12sports.com/blog/what-does-tom-brady-eat I'm glad to be back, and ready to get motivated. Thanks for being a patron!

25 MINOCT 2
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Pressing Reset

Finding What Works for You with Dan Rosado

Today I am joined by who does the Big Fat Podcast Description: Having been overweight for most of his life, Daniel Rosado experiments with his diet and starts to lose weight. The struggles and successes are all documented here as well as interviews with health and fitness experts. If you are ready to take action and make changes to your health, the Big Fat Life Podcast is here to help. Follow him on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/bigfatlifepodcast/ Today we hear: Daniel's "ENOUGH!" moment How he found a nutritionist What hasn't worked for him His advice for anyone feeling discouraged Dave's carb experiment His show is Big Fat Life Podcast and is available in Apple and Google

28 MINSEP 2
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Finding What Works for You with Dan Rosado

My Blood Pressure Motivates Me

Weight Check-In 224.4 When I last recorded I was 224.4 and as of today, I'm at 224.3. Am I happy that I went down a tenth of a pound? Not really. If there was a silver lining, in my weight update its that I was traveling for a week where I was stuck eating hotel food. I did take one step in planning and took some Advocare Meal Replacements with me and drank those for breakfast and skipped my lunch (attempting to do a slight version of Intermittent Fasting). With the news I received in this episode, I have new motivation. Withings BPM Connect Review Recently I added an Apple Watch to my tools of tracking my health along with My Fitness Pal, Sleep Cycle, and Streaks apps. As I started to investigate the Apple Health app and what tools worked primarily an Apple Watch (but also a Fitbit in case that is you). I really like my Withings Scale, and on their website, I see where they have a wireless blood pressure device called the Withings BPM Connect. It's around $95 and it's cordless and ...

22 MINAUG 19
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My Blood Pressure Motivates Me

Why I Dumped My Fitbit for an Apple Watch

I've been a happy Fitbit owner for over a decade until last week. I switched to an Apple Watch. Yes, it's more expensive but it does more than monitor my health. I found some tools to help you compete against your friends (up to 10) for free no matter what track they use.

31 MINAUG 1
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Why I Dumped My Fitbit for an Apple Watch

How Kayla Cox Lost 80 lbs and Kept it Off

Kayla Cox is the author of the book, "The Laid Back Guide To Intermittent Fasting: How I Lost Over 80 Pounds and Kept It Off Eating Whatever I Wanted" she has 30 thousand subscribers but the reason I'm excited to have her there is she has lost 80 lbs AND KEPT IT OFF. She is married and has three kids, and currently is on the road in her RV and today she shares What inspired her to "do something" How she finds the time to exercise How she selected six miles as the goal for each day Why you can not be perfect and still get results She doesn't count calories, carbs, and has a cheat day How she worked her way up to eating one meal a day What she does in maintenance mode More From Kayla Cox Her website is www.sixmilestosupper.com Check out her book The Laid Back Guide To Intermittent Fasting Her website has courses, her blog, resources, YouTube and more Support The Show Become a logical loser and join our support group where we all lose together see www.logicallosers.com

29 MINJUL 15
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How Kayla Cox Lost 80 lbs and Kept it Off

I Am The Walrus?

I have new inspiration and it is overflowing, and I didn't have to do much to find it. You can do it too.

27 MINJUL 1
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I Am The Walrus?

If Your Life Was a Movie...

Fun in the Utah Sun I have a pretty bad fear of heights, and I have sun poisoning. However with a little planning, and some help from a friend I was able to go hiking in Utah. It was a lot of fun, and the scenery was beautiful. I had some great conversation with my guide Elikgiute from the Travel Gluten Free Podcast. I asked the question, "If someone was making a movie of your life, what would this time in your life be called? for me I had a childhood, Jr High was awful. Then I had the 20's and alcohol. I had the 30s being a musician, and being married. My forties were marriage #2. Now that I'm in my fifites I've had some great experiences, but when I looked around some of my actions seem to indicate that I may be roping myself off from life and support. If I don't clean my apartment than people can't come over. If people don't come over I'm more likely to feel alone. If I take on more and more projects, then I don't have time for family and any kind of support (or in my case exercise and eating right). So taking a step back and not looking at YOU as a person, but instead trying to take alogical look at your actions you might say "those are not the steps that will lead to me achieving my goal."

18 MINJUN 17
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If Your Life Was a Movie...

Taking Back Some Time

A new temporary schedule to the show and an invite for you.

6 MINMAY 27
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Taking Back Some Time

Latest Episodes

Healthy Wage Fitness Challenge

Weight Update Last episode on October 19th I was 228.3. Today on November 5th I am at 226. How Do I See My Step Count on an Apple Watch? Press the button on the side and scroll down until you see "all Apps" and choose the activity app and then scroll down. Calibrating your Apple Watch While wearing your Apple Watch, go to a flat, open outdoor area that offers good GPS reception and clearskies. If you have Apple Watch Series 2 or later, you just need your Apple Watch. If you have Apple Watch Series 1 or earlier, bring your iPhone for GPS.Hold your iPhone in your hand, or wear it on an armband or waistband. Open the Workout app. To start, tap Outdoor Walk or OutdoorRun. To set a goal before starting, tap. Walk or run at your normal pace for about 20minutes. If you don't have time to finish the workout, you can complete 20 minutes over multiple outdoor Workout sessions.If you work out at different speeds, you should also calibrate for20 minutes at each of the speeds that you walk or run. Whenever you walk or runoutside using the above steps, your Apple Watch continues to calibrate the accelerometer by learning your stridelength at different speeds.Calibration can also improve the accuracy of yourcalorie calculationsin the Workout app, and the calorie, distance, Move, and Exercise calculationsin the Activity app. Starting a New Habit Isn't Easy I had a weird situation where I ended up getting very early. It wasn't fun, but it got me going in the right direction. It wasn't fun but I've kept doing it. New Healthy Wage Pays You To Lose Weight Using a site I found called Healthywage, I started a group contest where you put in $20 total (roughly $7 a month for three months) and those that make their goal of 6% weight loss split the pot. For me, I currently weight 225. Six percent of that is 225X .06 = 13.5 lbs. Divide that by 12 weeks and you get 1.12lbs per week (doable, but you need to remain focused). If you want to challenge yourself privately, you can put in a certain monthly amount that you pay each month. At the end of your challenge if you've met your goal you get your money back and then some. If I bet $50 a month for nine months I earn 521.52 (15.89% return). If I bet $40 a month for nine months I earn $417.22 ( again 15.89%). They pay you by check. If you don't make your goal, you lose your money. Cheaters Never Win You download their app and the privately record yourself on video weighing in. Join our Challenge November 29th through February 22nd (especially starting the day after Thanksgiving). It's only $20. Seehttps://www.healthywage.com/join/logical-weight-loss/ Become a Logical Loser If you would like to support the show, go to www.logicallosers.com

22 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Healthy Wage Fitness Challenge

Nordic Track S22i vs Paleton - Start Where You Are

I've seen commercials for the Peloton bike and I was getting sucked in. I had some friends who were talking about how their apartment building has one, and they spoke about how these live classes were really addicting. I saw where you can get one for $59/month, but in digging around I found out that Peloton wasn't the only company providing this type of experience where you basically turn your home into a gym. The NordicTrack S22i has a ton of features and is in the same price range so I wanted to compare the Peloton Bike vs the NordicTrack S22i NordicTrack S22i Price: $1999 Assembly $249 iFit Coach - Free for 1 Year ($15/month after year 1) or 5 accounts for $33/month Year One Expense: $2248 Year two subscription $180 "normal" pedals, heart rate monitor, weights included 350 lbs capacity Peloton Bike Price: $1999 Assembly $250 Subscription $39/month Year One Expense: $2713 Year two subscription $468 Changing pedals (or anything) on the Peloton voids your warranty 297 lb capacity Si...

23 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Nordic Track S22i vs Paleton - Start Where You Are

Pressing Reset

I'm Back! at 226.8 After writing a book, I'm back and up in my weight. I could cry and beat myself up, but I just looked at the calendar and said: "October 1st the day I turn this thing around." I reset some data in my apps, starting getting up a little earlier, walking a little more, paying attention to my water intake. I've even cleaned off my exercise bike as its fall in Ohio, and only a matter of time until the snowfalls. Don't let yourself get complacent with your health. What used to scare the crap out of me is now slowly becoming the norm. That is something that can't happen. These happen in small increments, and we kind of let them fly under the radar as these bad habits and inches, um, inch their way into our lives. I did find an article on what famed Quarterback Tom Brady (he is a bit of a freak of Nature). See it at https://tb12sports.com/blog/what-does-tom-brady-eat I'm glad to be back, and ready to get motivated. Thanks for being a patron!

25 MINOCT 2
Comments
Pressing Reset

Finding What Works for You with Dan Rosado

Today I am joined by who does the Big Fat Podcast Description: Having been overweight for most of his life, Daniel Rosado experiments with his diet and starts to lose weight. The struggles and successes are all documented here as well as interviews with health and fitness experts. If you are ready to take action and make changes to your health, the Big Fat Life Podcast is here to help. Follow him on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/bigfatlifepodcast/ Today we hear: Daniel's "ENOUGH!" moment How he found a nutritionist What hasn't worked for him His advice for anyone feeling discouraged Dave's carb experiment His show is Big Fat Life Podcast and is available in Apple and Google

28 MINSEP 2
Comments
Finding What Works for You with Dan Rosado

My Blood Pressure Motivates Me

Weight Check-In 224.4 When I last recorded I was 224.4 and as of today, I'm at 224.3. Am I happy that I went down a tenth of a pound? Not really. If there was a silver lining, in my weight update its that I was traveling for a week where I was stuck eating hotel food. I did take one step in planning and took some Advocare Meal Replacements with me and drank those for breakfast and skipped my lunch (attempting to do a slight version of Intermittent Fasting). With the news I received in this episode, I have new motivation. Withings BPM Connect Review Recently I added an Apple Watch to my tools of tracking my health along with My Fitness Pal, Sleep Cycle, and Streaks apps. As I started to investigate the Apple Health app and what tools worked primarily an Apple Watch (but also a Fitbit in case that is you). I really like my Withings Scale, and on their website, I see where they have a wireless blood pressure device called the Withings BPM Connect. It's around $95 and it's cordless and ...

22 MINAUG 19
Comments
My Blood Pressure Motivates Me

Why I Dumped My Fitbit for an Apple Watch

I've been a happy Fitbit owner for over a decade until last week. I switched to an Apple Watch. Yes, it's more expensive but it does more than monitor my health. I found some tools to help you compete against your friends (up to 10) for free no matter what track they use.

31 MINAUG 1
Comments
Why I Dumped My Fitbit for an Apple Watch

How Kayla Cox Lost 80 lbs and Kept it Off

Kayla Cox is the author of the book, "The Laid Back Guide To Intermittent Fasting: How I Lost Over 80 Pounds and Kept It Off Eating Whatever I Wanted" she has 30 thousand subscribers but the reason I'm excited to have her there is she has lost 80 lbs AND KEPT IT OFF. She is married and has three kids, and currently is on the road in her RV and today she shares What inspired her to "do something" How she finds the time to exercise How she selected six miles as the goal for each day Why you can not be perfect and still get results She doesn't count calories, carbs, and has a cheat day How she worked her way up to eating one meal a day What she does in maintenance mode More From Kayla Cox Her website is www.sixmilestosupper.com Check out her book The Laid Back Guide To Intermittent Fasting Her website has courses, her blog, resources, YouTube and more Support The Show Become a logical loser and join our support group where we all lose together see www.logicallosers.com

29 MINJUL 15
Comments
How Kayla Cox Lost 80 lbs and Kept it Off

I Am The Walrus?

I have new inspiration and it is overflowing, and I didn't have to do much to find it. You can do it too.

27 MINJUL 1
Comments
I Am The Walrus?

If Your Life Was a Movie...

Fun in the Utah Sun I have a pretty bad fear of heights, and I have sun poisoning. However with a little planning, and some help from a friend I was able to go hiking in Utah. It was a lot of fun, and the scenery was beautiful. I had some great conversation with my guide Elikgiute from the Travel Gluten Free Podcast. I asked the question, "If someone was making a movie of your life, what would this time in your life be called? for me I had a childhood, Jr High was awful. Then I had the 20's and alcohol. I had the 30s being a musician, and being married. My forties were marriage #2. Now that I'm in my fifites I've had some great experiences, but when I looked around some of my actions seem to indicate that I may be roping myself off from life and support. If I don't clean my apartment than people can't come over. If people don't come over I'm more likely to feel alone. If I take on more and more projects, then I don't have time for family and any kind of support (or in my case exercise and eating right). So taking a step back and not looking at YOU as a person, but instead trying to take alogical look at your actions you might say "those are not the steps that will lead to me achieving my goal."

18 MINJUN 17
Comments
If Your Life Was a Movie...

Taking Back Some Time

A new temporary schedule to the show and an invite for you.

6 MINMAY 27
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Taking Back Some Time
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