Dr. Dominic D’Agostino is a research scientist working at the University of South Florida. He has been at the forefront of research into ketosis and how the ketogenic state can help with control of epilepsy and cancer. He developed the first exogenous ketone supplement and has been focusing his research on improving and developing it. […]
Successful athletes are tough mentally, because they have trained themselves to be. But it’s not rocket science, and it’s not a mystery as to how you can develop that world-class mental toughness. It starts with honestly determining why you want to be fit and healthy. Then you have to decide on your goals. Then you […]
Professor Tim Noakes has studied endurance athletes for decades, and he’s also a pioneer in the study of how the ketogenic diet can benefit endurance athletes. This episode is FULL of great information, the kind of information you’ll want to hear over and over, so get ready to listen again and again.
If you’re going to put yourself through the rigors of physical exercise, you need to know the end game. Otherwise, you’re just wasting time. Knowing your goals is going to make sure you set up your training to maximize the limited time you have, in order to reach the height (and speeds…and weights) that you […]
If I had to capture the sheer amount of awesome contained in this episode, into mere words, I don’t think it would be possible. Michael De La Pava is a bit of a renaissance athlete, having studied multiple forms of martial arts, played several sports, and competing in strong man competitions. Not only that, but […]
If you’re a sugar-burning athlete, you have to have a constant stream of fuel coming in, in order to maximize your performance. But is that true for ketogenic athletes? Does meal prep really look that much different for athletes who choose keto? Can you really workout hard while fasted? The answer to those and more […]
A competitive powerlifter since 1999, Brian Carroll is one of the most accomplished lifters in the history of the sport. After suffering a debilitating back injury in 2012—including several broken bones—Brian used his 10/20/Life principles, which incorporate the methods of world-renowned lower back specialist Dr. Stuart McGill, to return to competition with a 2610 pound […]