Movement Podcast

Fitness Data Overload?

October 08, 2020 Gray Cook and Dr. Lee Burton Season 2 Episode 16
Movement Podcast
Fitness Data Overload?
Chapters
1:09
What Gray uses to track his fitness
2:05
Tracking devices.. Good thing?
3:16
Female users analytics
3:52
Functional Movement Screen
5:05
Consume your data with wisdom instead of intelligence
5:26
American way to consume something to up your energy level
5:55
Intermittent Fasting
6:13
3 things to help increase energy level
7:24
Start with the basics
7:43
Heart rate variability for finding balance
9:35
HRV on movement screen/stretching
10:51
Andy Roddick /Tennis down regulating example
12:29
Weed through the minutia
13:15
Natural immunity boosters
13:59
What’s the issue… Obesity or behaviors that lead to obesity?
15:52
Data isn’t bad.. But focusing on the wrong data does nothing.
18:27
Insight on where to start....
18:57
Phil Plisky reseach: Soldiers risk factors
19:35
The responsibility to catch risk factors
21:23
Looking at the whole is greater than the sum of its parts
22:10
Make skill the spotlight after general physical prepardness 
22:47
Back pain... Compensations and imbalances
24:03
Current trend in sports science
24:49
Resourcefulness
25:23
Lee’s role with Gray
26:07
Sally meets her step goal
27:03
Shame and Guilt researcher, Brene Brown. One of the worst ways to motivate
28:19
If tech helps you become more self aware, good.
30:15
Don’t let the data overwhelm you
31:02
What Gray still struggles with 
31:40
Set a baseline, then turn it off
32:20
Find activities that no one needs to distract you from
Movement Podcast
Fitness Data Overload?
Oct 08, 2020 Season 2 Episode 16
Gray Cook and Dr. Lee Burton

From wearable devices to the scale in your bathroom, there are a ton of tech choices in the fitness world these days.

But as we continue to track ourselves more, is there such a thing as too much data? We explore that idea on today’s episode.

Gray and Lee discuss how devices can motivate us and can also overwhelm and potentially shame us, which metrics to focus on, the importance of how we consume our data, and what our devices don’t tell us.

So let’s get going with today’s Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.


Show Notes Chapter Markers

From wearable devices to the scale in your bathroom, there are a ton of tech choices in the fitness world these days.

But as we continue to track ourselves more, is there such a thing as too much data? We explore that idea on today’s episode.

Gray and Lee discuss how devices can motivate us and can also overwhelm and potentially shame us, which metrics to focus on, the importance of how we consume our data, and what our devices don’t tell us.

So let’s get going with today’s Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.


What Gray uses to track his fitness
Tracking devices.. Good thing?
Female users analytics
Consume your data with wisdom instead of intelligence
American way to consume something to up your energy level
Intermittent Fasting
3 things to help increase energy level
Start with the basics
Heart rate variability for finding balance
HRV on movement screen/stretching
Andy Roddick /Tennis down regulating example
Weed through the minutia
Natural immunity boosters
What’s the issue… Obesity or behaviors that lead to obesity?
Data isn’t bad.. But focusing on the wrong data does nothing.
Insight on where to start....
Phil Plisky reseach: Soldiers risk factors
The responsibility to catch risk factors
Looking at the whole is greater than the sum of its parts
Make skill the spotlight after general physical prepardness 
Back pain... Compensations and imbalances
Current trend in sports science
Resourcefulness
Lee’s role with Gray
Sally meets her step goal
If tech helps you become more self aware, good.
Don’t let the data overwhelm you
What Gray still struggles with 
Set a baseline, then turn it off
Find activities that no one needs to distract you from