Today, we talk all about goals. Which kind make sense, which don't, and how to use them to be successful.
Erica shares her recent massive stress relief, which leads to a discussion on the importance of managing certain stressors BEFORE trying to change your lifestyle.
After 100 episodes and nearly 2 years since AltShift was released, this is what we know about exercise and fat loss.
This time we talked about whether or not you can actually be successful. And we ramble into some other things, like attraction and what your ex-boyfriend's wife looks like.
How to be unsuccessful at sustainable fat loss. If you want to fail repeatedly, just pick one or all of the subjects we talk about today and get to work.
Continuing with the same general theme that we started last week, this week we address the question, "Why do people stop and start?"
What does it take to achieve sustainable fat loss and create a healthy body that you can keep forever? Here's what we know.
Today, we talk about the negativity we expose ourselves to, happiness, how these things affect our lifestyle choices, and few other things these subjects caused us to ramble into.
The next generation needs our help.
Afraid to eat more calories. (7:43)
Afraid of gaining weight in the beginning. (17:51)
Afraid that it won't work. (52:01)
"If I could lose weight, I would be able to wear _____." (4:36)
Listener response to a medical industry rant, and then more ranting. (42:23)
How I keep living this way. (7:10)
Shakes, are they ever useful. (25:28)
Could/should you ask a trainer to train you using AltShift Lift? (32:20)
Men and motivation. (42:19)
This might be one of the most important podcasts we've done, but the concepts herein are abstract to say the least. I'll say no more. You'll just have to listen.
We started by talking about how not changing is harder than changing, and then some other stuff happened.
Relationships and unsupportive partners.
Happiness and Jason's latest experiment.
This one is not for the faint of heart!
Today, we talk about relationships, sexual attraction, and inhibitions caused by insecurities.
Jason's perspective on Bob Harper's heart attack, what it means to be healthy, and the plethora of misinformation out there.
Today, Erica and I are joined by Lissa, an AltShifter who has seen some amazing and sustained success. Lissa tells us her AltShift story and explains how you can do it, too.
Ketosis, gluconeogenesis, and physiological insulin resistance. (20:47)
That urge to go faster and when/how it becomes a problem. (38:17)
Inflammatory oils. (59:03)
AltShift Activate is going to change your life! (8:54)
Kids, diet, health, and body image. (27:43)
Jimmy Moore of Livin' La Vida Low Carb fame joines me today today about his new book, The Complete Guide To Fasting.
Today I am joined by my good friend and mentor, Robb Wolf, so we can discuss his fantastic new book, Wired To Eat.
Can you really be fully intrinsically motivated?
How I stay on track.