When you were younger, you were probably able to get away with a lot more at the table and your eating habits and not pay a price for it.
Although, that doesn’t mean you were necessarily healthy.
As we age, we need to take into account a few other factors and there’s a better approach than just cutting calories.
Going back to the early 2000’s, when I began competing in bodybuilding, I learned how to train with injuries.
Over the years, I’ve become known as an expert and how to train with and help injuries heal faster.
The absolute worst thing that you can when you get an injury is to stop training.
Yes, you read that correctly.
If you want to know why and what to do, take a listen to today’s episode.
The Hardest Thing I’ve Ever Done
Ten days ago, we were up in New Hampshire attempting to climb Mt. Washington.
Last year, I didn’t make it.
This year, I was inspired to give it my best.
We made it, it was unreal.
I had to use every tool I had in mind, body and spirit. No stone was left unturned.
In today’s episode, I break it all down.
A week ago, we had our 4th installment in our seminar series with Dr. Andrey Espinoza about how to have the healthiest heart around.
Lucky for you, I recorded an episode for you on my portion of the talk.
If you want to know:
Ever since I can remember, I knew that a big part of helping people transform their lives was a combination of things, one of which was teaching them so they understood on some level why they were doing what they were doing.
Fasting is no different.
I can’t tell you how often I hear that ‘I fast, I do the 8 hour window’. Which is fine and dandy, that’s what I did for a number of years, before I really understood the power of fasting.
In today’s episode, I break down how fasting actually works and how it can and should have a compounding effect on your health and wellness.
(If you’d really like to master the practice of fasting, see below for the upcoming Panda Challenge).