In this episode of Run with Fitpage, we talk all about stress. Stress can be defined as any type of change that causes physical, emotional, or psychological strain. We had the opportunity to speak about it with Dr. Matthew Stults-Kolehmainen.
Matthew Stults-Kolehmainen, Ph.D. FACSM ACSM EP-C is an exercise physiologist (clinical role) at Yale-New Haven Hospital and Adjunct Associate Professor in Applied Physiology at Teachers College – Columbia University. His Ph.D. is from The University of Texas-Austin with post-doctoral and fellowship training at Yale Medical School, and Teachers College – Columbia University. He has authored 38 scholarly articles and book chapters. His research focuses on exercise, motivation, and stress, and his clinical specialty is in bariatric surgery and the role of exercise in weight management.
In this episode, Vikas talks with Dr. Matt about how stress occurs, how it can be either caused or cured by exercise, the impact of social media and news on physical and mental stress, how stress can cause short-term impairment of recovery, and a lot more, so, do not miss this one!
Vikas hosts this weekly podcast and enjoys nerding over-exercise physiology, nutrition, and endurance sport in general. He aims to get people to get out and ‘move’. When he is not working, he is found running, almost always. He can be found on nearly all social media channels but Instagram is preferred:)
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