Tag: exercise

24
Apr

Listener Q&A – Debunking Myths About Fat, Becoming Fat Adapted, And Are Whole Grains Really That Bad?

There are a lot of myths about fat reduction and becoming fat adapted that we’ll be clearing up in this episode as I answer some more great questions from listeners. We start off with a listener…

17
Apr

Listener Q&A – How To Make Good Bone Broth, Curing Plantar Fasciitis, Aerobic vs Anaerobic Exercise, and Craving Sugar

(Breather) Covering some great questions from listeners in today’s breather show. Thanks to everyone who wrote in for asking about a variety of topics – from fasting to aerobic vs anaerobic workouts, sugar cravings, how to…

07
Feb

Listener Q&A – Lifestyle Behaviors To Support Training, Honoring Digestive Circadian Rhythm, and Reconciling Aerobic Versus Intensity.

(Breather) Lots of great stuff to cover today as I continue to go through all of the great questions you’ve submitted so far. We start with a question from a listener who challenges me to name…

24
Dec

Andre Obradovic: Important Reflections Being a Better Father, A Masters Athlete, And Balancing Peak Performance Ambitions With A Little “No Worries, Mate” Flavor

I am pleased to introduce you to a very colorful and insightful life coach, multisport coach, speaker, elite amateur triathlete and life philosopher, Andre Obradovic of Melbourne, Australia. I threw this guy onto my Primal Endurance…

12
Nov

Rip Esselstyn: The Plant Strong Movement, Challenging Your Beliefs, And The Magical Peak Performance State Called “The Feel”

Get ready for a very unusual podcast with my old friend and former professional triathlon circuit cohort Rip Esselstyn. After our swim, bike, and run journeys ended in the 1990s, Rip and I both continued the…

25
Oct

Avoiding Recovery Debt and Adrenaline Dominance

(Breather) On the heels of the previous breather show about the constrained model of energy expenditure, I talk about what happens when you ignore these insights and try to power through hectic modern life like a…

27
Sep

The Truth About Overtraining and the Stress Response

(Breather) We all know about the importance of working out. But what is equally important is how you exercise – otherwise, you could fall into the “overtraining” category, where you can seriously hurt yourself, and/or compromise…

24
Sep

Dr. Phil Maffetone: The Future of Athletic Peak Performance

My eye-opening conversation with this radical thinker continues, and we focus on an interesting subject, the future of athletic peak performance. Back when Phil was working on his book, 1:59, he wrote about Eluid Kipchoge, and…

17
Sep

Dr. Phil Maffetone: Avoiding The Ills Of Modern Society

Dr. Phil Maffetone is a legend in the world of endurance training, for he has been advocating for a healthy approach to peak athletic performance for decades, and finally getting his due for presenting the most…

16
Aug

The Incredible Micro-Workout And Other Time-Efficient Fitness Tips

(Breather) For the past 10 years, I have modified my fitness regimen away from narrow endurance focus (including the extremely health-destructive chronic cardio training regimen that I followed as an elite competitor for 15 years) to a…