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Biohacking 101: What Is It and What Does It Help?

By | Breathing, hydration, Mindset, Nutrition, Sleep, Supplements

Biohacking has become a trend-word of late, but it’s something that leaves most people confused. Many assume that it is some sort of cheat or shortcut when in actuality the modern-day practice of biohacking is actually a throwback to our body’s survival methods and instincts. Whether it’s optimising nutrition, hot and cold therapy, or changing our exposure to different types of light, biohacking uses modern methods to take us back to our evolutionary roots.

What is Biohacking?

Thanks to modern technological advancements, we now understand a LOT more about the human body. With these discoveries has also come the knowledge that each individual has a different set of genetic, social and environmental factors that all feed our impression and understanding of holistic health.

Biohacking uses new technologies to enhance our body’s ability to function. Whether this is in:

  • Recognising what is lacking e.g. nutrition, sleep and sunshine etc…
  • Implementing new tools and practices e.g. breathing and mindfulness, heat/cold therapies, or
  • Improving our daily activities and practices, e.g. sleep, supplementation, or
  • Maximising our exercise and workouts with smart, targeted training

biohacking is about understanding and implementing simple, small changes that can optimise your energy, health, and mental performance. It is a very hands-on approach to your own health, which requires on-going feedback and evaluation to get right.

“Simply put, biohacking is the art and science of changing the environment around you and inside you so you have more control over your own biology.”

Dave Asprey, founder and CEO of Bulletproof

What Parts of My Health Can Be Hacked?

Our bodies and minds are as diverse as the number of people on the planet. It probably comes as no surprise, then, that there are a number of ways to optimise the operation of our ‘self.’

You may already be performing some sort of biohacking practice in some form. However being intentional about it, and determining which practices work for you, can help to optimise 6 key aspects to living a healthy life.

1. Sleep

Sleep is one of the most important, yet often overlooked, part of holistic health practices. Studies have shown that limited sleep is biologically the same as drinking too much alcohol, and can lead to ‘lead to lapses in memory and problems concentrating.’

Biohacking your sleep may include things like journalling before bed, having regular sleeping hours and maintaining that consistency, and turning the phone off at least 1-2 hours before sleep to reduce the blue-light they produce.

2. Nutrition

Nutrition isn’t always about what you put in. It’s also about how your body processes that food, and how we have evolved to consume it. Although there are arguments for micro-nutrients from a range of far-reaching foods, the same arguments can be made about the localised foods your body has evolved to process efficiently.

Not only can the right nutrition boost your immune system, but biohacking practices may also include intermittent and/or periodic fasting, simulating a time not so long ago where 3 meals per day were not standard, nor was it available.

Generally speaking, however, just cutting out processed and sugar-filled foods is a biohacking weapon that will leave your body in good stead for the work it needs to do.

Other biohacking practises like eating healthy fats (avocado, olive oil), counting your macros and keeping a food journal can help you to break down which foods help your body to feel more energised, as well as tailoring your diet to suit your workload.

3. Supplementation

A common misconception of supplements is that they are only for sports. However supplementing your nutrition should be viewed in the literal sense, it is a great way to obtain many micronutrients or other building blocks that we are not obtaining from our diet. Whether it’s adding zinc and magnesium to help with sleep and hormone balance or herbal tea to improve your hydration, supplementing correctly can help you to hack your own biology.

4. Movement

We all know the benefits of exercise. But movement is one of the core components of biohacking, as it has always been one of the core elements of our survival. Of course, for most of us, we’re no longer toiling in the fields to harvest a crop. And yes, we do need to ‘set aside time’ to actually get exercising. But with many neat biohacking techniques to change our daily habits, we can incorporate more movement without needing to lock away hours in the gym.

For example, instead of sitting all day, you may acquire a standing desk. Similarly, you may choose to use the stairs instead of the elevator. Or, you can enlist the services of qualified personal trainers, who can help you tailor an exercise and nutrition program that suits your needs, and timetable.

5. Environment

Where we live can have a huge impact on how we live. As our societies have evolved, however, we have become exceptional at blocking out our environment in an effort to make ourselves more comfortable.

Whilst this is good for some things, we are no longer exposed to those natural events that program our body into healthy routines. Events like waking and sleeping based on the sun (circadian rhythm), extreme heat and cold (which releases positive hormones), and grounding, or releasing free radicals by connecting with the Earth’s magnetic field.

When it comes to biohacking our environment, there are plenty of tools to use. Some of the more common ones include:

  • Sensory deprivation tanks
  • Cold showers or ice baths
  • Extreme heat (sauna)
  • Blocking blue light from phones and other screens
  • Getting into nature!

6. Mindset

Every day we seem to stumble upon a new piece of research that shows just how inextricably linked our mind and body’s are, and invariably their impact on each other. As they say, the mind follows the body and the body follows the mind.

When it comes to biohacking our minds, there are a number of activities that have made their way back into popular demand lately, including:

  • Meditation
  • Journaling
  • Reading
  • Breathing
  • Observing and reflecting on our internal monologue
  • Setting up better daily habits and ‘small wins’
  • Listening to podcasts and other fun/educational material

Mindful practices and training have been shown to have incredible effects on our mental health and wellbeing, and biohacking is helping people to re-attain their positive and active states of mind.

We hope you have enjoyed this introduction to biohacking! As Vancouver’s top personal trainers we are qualified and experienced in helping you to understand and optimise your body and mind. If you would like more information about biohacking or would like to try some of these ideas, get in touch with us!


About Turnfit Personal Trainers

Turnfit Personal Trainers is founded by David Turnbull or “Coach David” – an experienced and successful Personal Trainer who strives to build happier, healthier lives every day.

With a focus on holistic health, we pride ourselves on making a difference and were recently awarded the 2019 Top Choice Award for Personal Trainer in Vancouver. 

It’s our mission to help you to build the skills, and mindset, it takes to feel successful in all areas of your life.

For more information, please visit Turnfit.ca, join our communities on Facebook and take advantage of all of our FREE content by subscribing to our YouTube channel.

We look forward to hearing from you!

-David Turnbull

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By | Breathing, HIIT Workout, online personal training

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Based on your fitness level you can repeat this workout upto 3 times.

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Based on your fitness level you can repeat this workout upto 5 times.

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Start by selecting your package of training above or Click Here To Read more and select your package.  Then choose the package that best suits your needs. We will send you an invite to download the Turnfit app and set up a time to do your free video assessment call.

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We’re always available to help you improve your health and fitness goals!


About Turnfit Personal Trainers

Turnfit Personal Trainers is founded by David Turnbull or “Coach David” – an experienced and successful Personal Trainer who strives to build happier, healthier lives every day.

With a focus on holistic health, we pride ourselves on making a difference and were recently awarded the 2019 Top Choice Award for Personal Trainer in Vancouver.

Every trainer at Turnfit is committed and relentless in our pursuit to help you reach your health and wellness goals. It’s our mission to help you to build the skills, and mindset, it takes to feel successful in all areas of your life.

For more information, please visit Turnfit.ca, join our community on Facebook and take advantage of all of our FREE content by subscribing to our YouTube channel.

We look forward to hearing from you!

-David Turnbull

Falling asleep fast doesn't have to be a challenge

Fall Asleep Fast! 5 Ways to Unwind

By | Breathing, mental health, Mindset, Sleep

Our bodies are amazing machines, but even they need a recharge each night. Real, lasting sleep is not only imperative for your mental state, but it also gives your mind and body much needed time to repair and recover. It wasn’t so long ago that the average person would fall asleep in 7 minutes. Nowadays, however, with those addictive little screens in our pockets, the battle to fall asleep is almost as tough as the battle to stay asleep! With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of 5 ways to help you unwind, and fall asleep, fast.

Falling asleep fast doesn't have to be a challenge

1. Put Your Phone Away

There was a time, not so long ago, where the only light we received was from the sun. Now, however, with our screen-filled lives, we are constantly and consistently using devices that give off ‘blue’ light. This spectrum is the same as the spectrum of light the sun, and during the day is great for boosting our alertness, reaction times, and mood. When it comes to falling asleep fast however, this blue light disrupts our natural circadian rhythms, and prevents our brains from ‘switching off.’

So, tip number one, if you’re winding down relaxing before bed, do it with a book, not your phone.

2. Watch What You Eat

This one may seem a little obvious, but it stands to be said- caffeine is cherished because it wakes you up. There is a multitude of research available proving the adverse effects of caffeine on our ability to fall asleep fast, and sometimes we don’t realize that we’re even consuming it. With recommendations and research suggesting that you don’t consume caffeine within 6 hours of trying to fall asleep, that means no coke with dinner and cutting out late in the day coffees. It is also recommended that you cut out sugar-filled snacks and desserts, as the body looks to process and burn this energy immediately- usually keeping you awake for longer.

3. Exercise During the Day

We wouldn’t be health and wellness coaches without recommending that you exercise. Not only does it help your body to control and regulate hormone and stress responses, but it is also a perfect way to make sure you are actually tired when you go to sleep. When you take into consideration the amount of food we consume, it is likely that most people aren’t actually burning off their intake each day. This oversupply of energy (yes, that’s what food is for) can make it difficult to fall asleep fast, so why not take the chance to improve your health, and prepare for a better night’s sleep!

Woman sitting at desk writing in a journal

Journaling can help your mind to unwind at night

4. Take up Journaling

Think about all those times you were exhausted, lay down in bed, and your mind started to race. You spend so much time questioning your day, your jobs for tomorrow, and all the things you didn’t get done, and by the time your alarm sounds in the morning your more exhausted than ever. With 1 in 5 adults experiencing mental health issues, most as a direct cause of stress and anxiety, falling asleep fast seems out of the question. But creating good mental habits, and daily practices like journaling can help you to unload, reflect, and unwind before hopping into bed.

5. Be Consistent

Like all habits we develop, consistency is key. If you want to get the recommended 8 hours sleep, and need to be awake by 6 am, that means you need to be asleep by 10 pm. Not having a shower, not getting close, asleep. Our bodies are amazing in their adaptability, and if you can form a good bed-time routine, you can easily train yours to wind down and be ready for sleep, when you need it to be.

So How Do You Fall Asleep Fast?

There are a lot of tips and tricks available to help you wind down. Some or all of these may work for you, but the real advice is exactly that- you need to find what works for you. If you are not getting enough sleep, you need to decide how serious that is before you’ll commit to trying new things. Once you do, however, creating new, healthier habits and routines are the key to improving your sleep. This, in turn, creates a more positive feedback loop, increasing your self-awareness (and alertness) throughout the day, to help you to continue to dial in on the new, rested, you.

About Turnfit

Turnfit Personal Trainers is founded by David Turnbull or “Coach David” – an experienced and successful Personal Trainer who strives to build happier, healthier lives every day.

With a focus on holistic health, we pride ourselves on making a difference and were recently awarded the 2019 Top Choice Award for Personal Trainer in Vancouver. 

Every trainer at Turnfit is committed and relentless in our pursuit to help you reach your health and wellness goals. It’s our mission to help you to build the skills, and mindset, it takes to feel successful in all areas of your life.

For more information, please visit Turnfit.ca, join our communities on Facebook and take advantage of all of our FREE content by subscribing to our YouTube channel.

We look forward to hearing from you!

-David Turnbull

Planks are a great way to train your core

Why Your Mid-Section Should Be the Core of Your Workout

By | Blog, Breathing, Core

It’s time to get one thing straight- a strong core has nothing to do with having washboard abs. Your core is the center of power and energy transfer in the body. It is literally responsible for getting you out of bed, helping you to bend, stretch and balance, protecting your spine and keeping you upright. Better yet, you can improve your core strength regardless of your fitness level, and once you learn to engage it properly you can keep it working throughout your day, regardless of the activity!

Planks are a great way to train your core

Why Is Training Your Core so Important?

The core is possibly one of the most neglected parts of a workout routine. Sure it can take a while to build the strength and will-power to actually enjoy working on your abs, but these aren’t just ‘mirror muscles’- they’re the powerhouse of the human body. Not only do they literally help you stay upright, but they also control movement from and around your pelvis, and are the connector between your upper and lower body- transferring energy and force between them. 

If you don’t take the time to build your core stability you are more than likely going to compensate with other muscles, which can very quickly lead to back and neck pain but can also cause pain and discomfort in your hips and knees. 

When we use the term ‘core’ we’re referring to all of the muscles around the mid-section. These means your:

  • Abdominal muscles
  • External and internal oblique muscles 
  • Lower back muscles
  • Pelvis and hip flexors
  • Glutes
  • Pelvic floor muscles
  • Diaphragm

When you consider these muscles are imperative in balance and stabilization, as well as the control of movement, side flexion, and most importantly- breathing- we can answer emphatically that yes, training your core is important! 

Strengthen Your Core and Stabilize Your Body

Before we dive into some of the exercises you can do at home to begin (or continue) building your core strength, there are a few key lessons to understand before you get started.

1. Engage Your Core

To strengthen your core muscles, you need to actually engage them. It sounds simple, but all too often we see people using momentum or incorrect form, and greatly increasing the risk of injury, pain, and discomfort.
 

2. Use the Magic Formula

There is a magic formula for all exercises that engage your midsection. Using a 2-2-4 formula, the primary focus of these movements needs to be on the eccentric contraction (usually the ‘down’ phase of a movement) in order to fully engage and work the core.

In order to do this, we perform movements with two seconds concentric contraction (the ‘up’ phase), a two-second pause at the top (make sure you keep that core switched on!), and a 4 second ‘down’ phase, to really focus on the mind-muscle connection and get the most from each rep.

 

3. Don’t Forget to Breathe

The breath, especially properly timed breath, is imperative in any workout. Deflating the lungs at the right time can help you to fold, whilst inflating them can help to brace your lower back and spine and lift you back into position.

Of course, learning to use your breath to brace your body is an important step to fully engaging your core, but training your core isn’t all just sit-ups and crunches. Learning to consciously control your breath and working your diaphragmatic muscles can reduce stress, lower body fat, and help power you through your workouts. 

Build Your Core from Your Lounge Room

Now that you understand the importance of starting right, let’s look at some exercises you can do at home to help improve your core strength, balance, stability, and range of motion. 

Bird Dog

Wall Sits

Dead Bug (with or without bands)

Russian Twist

Mountain Climbers

Plank

Plank Twist

Bonus: Use Your Breath to Engage Your Core

 

With the right technique, you can perform these movements anywhere, anytime.

But the hardest part is staying on track, and staying accountable! That’s why we’re giving away 1 month of free online personal training

Simply use the code ‘firstmonth’ at checkout, or get in touch with us at info@turnfit.ca to find out more 🙂 

How to do Supine Diaphragmatic Breathing Legs Elevated

By | Blog, Breathing

How to perform Supine Diaphragmatic Breathing Legs Elevated with TurnFit Personal Trainers and guest Kennedy Hindley

This exercise strengthens your diaphragm which in turn helps you breathe more efficiently with less effort. It slows down your rate of breathing which in turn is calming.

Steps
1. Lie on your back on a flat surface or in bed, with your knees bent and your head supported. You can use a Swiss ball under your legs.
2. Place one hand on your upper chest and the other just below your rib cage. This will allow you to feel your diaphragm move as you breathe.
3. Draw air into your lower abdomen. As you allow it to fill, you will feel your stomach rise. The hand on your chest should not move.
4. Release the air, trying to maintain your abdomen as it was after inhale rather than letting it drop.

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How to do Supine Diaphragmatic Alternating Foot Lifts

By | Blog, Breathing

How to perform Supine Diaphragmatic Alternating Foot Lifts with TurnFit Personal Trainers and guest Kennedy Hindley

This exercise adds a bit of complexity to supine diaphragmatic breathing. By adding in leg lifts, we engage the core, thereby strengthening our diaphragm and our abdominal muscles.

Steps
1. Lie on your back on a flat surface, with your knees bent and your head supported. You can use a Swiss ball under your legs.
2. Place one hand on your upper chest and the other just below your rib cage. This will allow you to feel your diaphragm move as you breathe.
3. Breathe in slowly through your nose so that your stomach moves out against your hand. The hand on your chest should remain as still as possible.
4. Tighten your stomach muscles, letting them fall inward as you exhale.
5. Slowly lift one leg hold for 2 seconds and alternate with each breathe while performing the breathing.

NOTE: Keep your back flat on the ground. There will be a tendency to arch the back as you lift a leg. Let your abdominal do the work, rather than your back.

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How to do Supine Diaphragmatic Breathing Feet Unsupported

By | Blog, Breathing

How to perform Supine Diaphragmatic Breathing Feet Unsupported with TurnFit Personal Trainers and guest Kennedy Hindley

This exercise adds a bit of complexity to supine diaphragmatic breathing. By keeping our legs in the air, we engage the core, thereby strengthening our diaphragm and our abdominal muscles.

Steps
1. Lie on your back on a flat surface with your knees bent and your head supported.
2. Lift your bent legs until your knees are in line with your hips.
3. Breathe in slowly through your nose so that your stomach moves out against your hand. The hand on your chest should remain as still as possible.
4. Tighten your stomach muscles, letting them fall inward as you exhale.
5. Slowly lift one leg hold for 2 seconds and alternate with each breathe while performing the breathing.

NOTE: Keep your back flat on the ground. There will be a tendency to arch the back as you lift your legs. Let your abdominal do the work, rather than your back.

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How to do Supine Diaphragmatic Breathing

By | Blog, Breathing

How to perform Supine Diaphragmatic Breathing with TurnFit Personal Trainers and guest Kennedy Hindley

The goal is to draw air into our abdomen in a 360 degree fashion. Make sure your stomach expands not your chest. This is a great way to relax and reduce your stress, which has numerous benefits including lower blood pressure, heart rate among others.

Steps
1. Lie on your back on a flat surface or in bed, with your knees bent and your head supported.
2. Place one hand on your upper chest and the other just below your rib cage. This will allow you to feel your diaphragm move as you breathe.
3. Let your arms rest beside your palms up.
4. As you breathe in your stomach will expand. When you breathe out, let your stomach maintain the position even as air flows out.
5. Inhale again.

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How to do a Seated Diaphragmatic Breathing

By | Blog, Breathing

How to perform Seated Diaphragmatic Breathing with TurnFit Personal Trainers and guest Kennedy Hindley

This exercise is a form of controlled breathing aimed at getting a 360 degree filling of our lower abdominal wall. It will strength your diagphram. This in turn will result in less effort to breathe while increasing oxygen intake. It is also an amazing way to find a sense of calm and can help lower your heart rate and blood pressure.

Steps
1. Sit comfortably, with your knees bent and your shoulders, head and neck relaxed.
2. Place one hand on your upper chest and the other just below your rib cage. This will allow you to feel your diaphragm move as you breathe.
3. Breathe in slowly through your nose so that your stomach moves out against your hand. The hand on your chest should remain as still as possible.
4. Tighten your stomach muscles, letting them fall inward as you exhale through pursed lips. The hand on your upper chest must remain as still as possible.

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Supine Diaphragmatic Band On Feet

By | Blog, Breathing, Core

How to Perform supine diaphramatic band on feet with TurnFit Personal Trainers and Guest Kennedy Hindley

How to perform supine diaphramatic feet unsuported with TurnFit Personal Trainers and guest Kennedy Hindley

Lie on your back on a flat surface with your knees bent and your head supported. You can use a swiss ball under your legs. Place one hand on your upper chest and the other just below your rib cage. This will allow you to feel your diaphragm move as you breathe.

Breathe in slowly through your nose so that your stomach moves out against your hand. The hand on your chest should remain as still as possible. Tighten your stomach muscles, letting them fall inward as you exhale. Perform with band around feet once you’ve established proper breathing control with this movement.

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