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Life after the Vegetarian Myth – Episode 47 with Lierre Keith

Summary

20 years a dedicated vegan … invested morally, nutritionally, and politically into this lifestyle … then a monumental shift back to an omnivorous life to try and rescue her failing health, after living, what she calls, the vegetarian myth! Lierre Keith wrote a book about this life change and discussed the flaws, from her perspective, on the underlying principles of vegetarianism and veganism. The praise for her book has been clear to see, but so was the kickback! Online criticism, attack on character, and even death threats followed from those who disagreed! A decade on from the publication of her groundbreaking book and we speak with Lierre about her life and experiences since.

Guest biography

Lierre Keith is an American writer, food activist, and an environmentalist. She is the author of the highly acclaimed book, The Vegetarian Myth: Food, Justice, and Sustainability (2009). She is co-author, with Derrick Jensen and Aric McBay, of Deep Green Resistance: Strategy to Save the Planet (Seven Stories Press, 2011) and she’s the editor of The Derrick Jensen Reader: Writings on Environmental Revolution (Seven Stories Press, 2012).

Episode content: Vegetarian myth

This episode is an instant classic! Lierre shares some great insights into her life since the publication of her highly influential book. We review some of the fundamental principles of the book and also the impact it has had on her life, including:

  • 1:18 Impact of publishing the Vegetarian Myth had on Lierre’s life
  • 3:55 What Lierre enjoyed about the vegan lifestyle
  • 8:00 Why the book was called the Vegetarian Myth and not the Vegan Myth?
  • 9:20 What is meant by the term moral vegetarianism?
  • 15:58 The political arguments for being vegetarian
  • 22:31 What is meant by nutritional vegetarianism?
  • 25:11 Nutritional components from animal foods that support health
  • 28:20 Lierre’s typical dietary practices
  • 32:41 Animal farming and the impact on the environment and carbon emissions
  • 35:08 A decade later, Lierre´s proposed changes to the Vegetarian Myth book
  • 41:51 Problems with industrial-scale plant food production

During the show, Lierre refers specifically to a study regarding brain size and dietary choices. We believe this is the study she was referring to

You may also enjoy our past interview in Episode 27 with Dr Natasha Campbel–McBride, titled The rise of Vegetarianism.

Connect with Lierre on social media

Lierre Keith profile

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Glute training: The scientific bottom line – Episode 46 with Bret Contreras PhD

Summary:

Glutes! Backside! Bottom! Derrière! Tush! Buttocks! Booty! Whatever you choose to call it, training the 3 major muscles that make up the gluteals has been a huge fitness trend in recent years. Glute training or developing shapely, athletic and functional hip musculature is certainly an important aspect of strength and conditioning and physical performance as you will find out in this episode with the ‘Glute Guy’, Bret Contreras! However, for some, it is simply a matter of striving towards the goal of a fit, curvy, Kardashian or Beyonce type figure.

Guest biography

Bret Contreras is considered by many to be the world’s foremost expert on training the gluteals (buttocks) and goes by the name of the ‘Glute Guy’. However, he is also very well versed in a wide range of high-level sports science as a result of years of study and a PhD in this field. Bret is a certified strength and conditioning specialist and the author of the highly recommended book, Glute Lab, named after the fitness facility he operates in San Diego, California. He is also acknowledged as the creator of the barbell hip thruster exercise.

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Bret Contreras PhD

Episode content: Glute training

Well, to be honest, we found Bret to be a really down-to-earth guy and easy to speak with, but with a mountain of knowledge under his relaxed demeanour. This episode covered some fun and enjoyable content, but then we really dived deep into some of the science underpinning strength training for the glutes and other important fitness and success factors. The following are the key elements of our conversation: 

  • 1:43 How do Bret’s training methods help deliver optimal results
  • 4:37 A little about the Glute Lab best-selling book on Amazon
  • 5:55 The origin of the nickname the ‘Glute Guy’
  • 10:00 The popularity of shaping and strengthening glutes
  • 12:50 Are males as interested in training glutes as females?
  • 17:16 Is female muscle fibre type dominance responsible for the ability to train higher volume?
  • 18:30 The rule of thirds for glute training
  • 22:30 The top 3 exercises for optimal glute activation
  • 23:44 Are the top glute activation exercises also the most popular?
  • 26:59 A summary of Bret’s PhD research
  • 30:58 Recent changes in practice due to ongoing scientific research
  • 37:19 The importance of patience and hard work in seeking success

During the show, Bret refers to 2 research papers. The links can be found below:

Glutes to the Max
Are all hip extension exercises created equal?

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Adapting to online personal training – Episode 45 with Sharad

Summary:

The world of online personal training is definitely growing! In fact with the recent movement restrictions due to Coronavirus impacting numerous countries around the world, online training has taken a significant boost! The fitness industry model is still very much built around a face-to-face delivery of fitness training services and that is what the vast majority of personal trainers conform to offer. So what things need to be considered when adapting personal training to an online offering? We asked Sharad Mohan, the CEO of the leading PT software platform, Trainerize to share his inside perspective.

Guest biography

Sharad Mohan is the Co-Founder and CEO of Trainerize—the company known for digitizing the fitness club experience—and the driving force behind their mission to “make fitness accessible”. Founded in 2008, Trainerize has been helping fitness businesses leverage technology to stay relevant in the digital fitness age and engage their members in new ways using mobile and wearable devices.

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Episode content: Online personal training

During this important discussion around online personal training, Sharad answered a range of important questions offering insight to fitness professionals across the following topics:

  • 1:18 Why Trainerize is a great online tool for fitness professionals
  • 2:19 Online training can be more than just sharing video content
  • 3:38 Background to developing the first fitness application
  • 5:46 Does online training reduce or improve the client relationship?
  • 8:53 Does online training reach further into communities than normal big box gyms?
  • 12:16 Strengths of online versus face to face fitness training
  • 16:39 Local versus global business competition through online personal training
  • 22:07 How important is a social media profile in succeeding as an online fitness trainer?
  • 24:58 Data capture features within Trainerize to benefit an online fitness business

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Connect with Trainerize via social media:

 Facebook @trainerize

 Instagram: @trainerize

 Twitter @trainerize

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Run without injury – Episode 44 with Dr Kelly Starrett

Summary

Do you really know how to run without injury? If you are a trained, recreational, or novice runner, then the chances of suffering an injury through participation in this most basic of human activities may be higher than you think! A 2015 scientific review identified that for every 1000 hours of running the rates of injury increased from 2.5 injuries in highly-trained distance athletes to 7.7 injuries in recreational runners, and then up to 17.8 injuries in novice runners. Yet despite this strong correlation between injury rate and the ability, skill and capacity to run effectively, it is common to find that little technique guidance and coaching is provided by fitness professionals to teach others how to run.

Guest biography

Kelly Starrett, DPT is a coach, physical therapist, author, and speaker. Along with his wife Juliet, Kelly is co-founder of The Ready State. The Ready State began as Mobility|WOD in 2008 and has gone on to revolutionize the field of performance therapy and self-care. Kelly received his Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2007 from Samuel Merritt College in Oakland, California. Kelly is the author of the New York Times and Wall Street Journal Bestsellers, Becoming A Supple Leopard and Ready to Run. He is also co-author of the Wall Street Journal Bestseller Deskbound.

Episode content: Run without injury

This episode delves into some key content around human movement and function and offers some helpful thoughts and ideas for those looking to improve their own running or to help coach others more effectively.

1.25: What it means to be in ‘The Ready State’
11.12: Why running is rarely coached effectively within the typical fitness environment
15.39: The best cadence or stride rate for running efficiency
17.28: The problems with noisy ground contact during running
23.43: How much of a problem is excess pronation?
26.48: Tools and drills to help prepare the feet for better running
32.37: Preventative steps to improve movement each day
37.25: Shifting towards a standing desk rather than static seated desks

Connect with Dr Kelly on social media:

 @thereadystate

 @thereadystate

 @thereadystate

Dr Kelly shares a 10-minute mobility routine

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Do our daily meal times matter? Episode 43 with Danny Lennon

Summary

It has been well established that the quantity and the quality of food that we eat can have a significant impact on our health, but what about the time of day we choose to eat? Does that matter? In our modern, busy world, meal timing is likely lower down our priority list, if it even made it onto the list in the first place. Food is often squeezed into the 24-hour rat race just to keep the engine running. Danny Lennon joins us to discuss chrono-nutrition and why emerging science is teaching us that meal times do matter in our overall diet and daily habits.

Guest biography

Danny is the founder of Sigma Nutrition and the host of Sigma Nutrition Radio, a highly rated podcast on iTunes. He has a master’s degree (MSc.) in Nutritional Sciences from University College Cork. Danny also completed a BSc. Degree in Biology and Physics Education. He works as a performance nutritionist to professional MMA fighters, professional boxers and competitive powerlifters and has consulted with several teams across a range of sports.

Episode content: Meal times matter

Danny is the first returning guest to be back on the Fit to Succeed show. The work he has been doing in bringing the subject of chrono-nutrition to the general public caught out attention and we had to invite him back to share these important nuggets of knowledge. We discuss some great material, including:

  • 1:22 Why meal timings could affect health and performance
  • 3:48 Definition of the term chrono-nutrition
  • 10:34 Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day?
  • 13:26 Health concerns with pushing food intake later in the day
  • 22:55 Does intermittent fasting or time-restricted feeding have any benefit
  • 27:24 Higher carbohydrate intake closer to bedtime
  • 30:09 Modern life tends to push meal consumption towards late evening
  • 36:10 Consistency of daily meal timings
  • 41:28 Impact of chrono-nutrition on energy balance and weight loss
  • 47:37 Applying chrono-nutrition to macronutrient metabolism

Danny refers to an article he wrote on the topic of Chrono-nutrition for the website Stronger by Science:

Why Meal Timing, Calorie Distribution & Feeding Windows Really Do Matter

Enjoy our previous interview featuring Danny Lennon where we discussed Science-based weight loss back in episode 6:

Full video and show notes: Science-based weight loss
Audio podcast: Science-based weight loss

Connect with Danny on social media

Instagram @sigmanutrition

Twitter @NutritionDanny

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Sleep problems impact exercise performance – Episode 42 with Dr Ian Dunican

Summary

Exercise and fitness is often a priority, but it often has to be squeezed into the busy lives we all lead, which may mean that physical activity, training, recreational or elite sport is more and more often happens in the evening and into the night. In this episode, we discuss with our excellent guest whether sleep problems can result from late exercise habits and whether sleep problems can have a negative impact on our fitness and performance.

Guest Biography

Dr Ian is the Director of Melius Consulting and Sleep4Performance and previously completed a PhD with the University of Western Australia (UWA), where he worked with elite sporting organisations/athletes to optimise performance. Ian is highly sought after with professional athletes, working with Olympic and elite athletes with the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and professional teams in Super Rugby, Basketball, Australian Rules Football (AFL) and martial arts. He has also been featured on the health report on ABC radio, ABC radio national and numerous podcasts. Ian has appeared on ABC television, Channel 7, 9 and 10 in Australia. He was a TEDx Perth speaker in 2017.

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Dr Ian Dunican speaking TEDx Perth 2017

Episode content: Sleep problems

There really is some great topical discussion worth listening to that may influence your actions and behaviour around sleep and how it affects your day. The key content is:

  • 1:38: Importance of sleep for fitness and performance
  • 2:50 Why Dr Dunican chose to study the link between sleep and physical performance
  • 11:40 Understanding the physiology and staging of sleep during the night
  • 17:43 How a lack of deep sleep or REM sleep might impact exercise and performance
  • 24:15 Connection between stress physiology and sleep physiology
  • 32:23 Brief discussion on sleep and its influence on exercise recovery
  • 39:10 Impact of a lack of sleep on mental function, including depression
  • 44:20 Lack of sleep and mental toughness in relation to intense exercise

Connect with Ian on social media

 @sleep4perform

 @sleep4perform

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Healthy digestion comes first! Episode 41 with Dr Liz Lipski

    

Summary

Did you know that the number 1 new years resolution is to diet and eat healthier (71%)? However, there is a vital component that precedes better eating habits…ensuring that we have healthy digestion in the first place! Healthy food can only be utilised by the body if there are healthy digestive processes occurring within the body. Dr Liz Lipski joins us on the Fit to Succeed show to explore the common digestive complaints and their potential solutions.

Guest biography

DrLiz Lipski is a Professor and the Director of the Academic Development for the Nutrition programmes in Clinical Nutrition at Maryland University of Integrative Health. Dr Lipski holds a PhD in Clinical Nutrition, is a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition (FACN) and holds two board certifications in clinical nutrition (CNS, and BCHN) and one in functional medicine (IFMCP). She is also on the faculty for The Institute for Functional Medicine helping to promote the importance of healthy digestion.

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Dr Liz Lipski PhD

Episode content: Healthy digestion

Along with a brief discussion about the 25-year history of her best-selling book, and the updated release of the 5th edition of Digestive Wellness, Dr Lipski shares some really practical tips on how to manage some of the most common digestive complaints.

  •  3.20: Dr Lipski’s motivation to specialise in digestive health
  • 10.56: When in doubt, begin in the gut
  • 14.58: How to recognise external symptoms of gut imbalance that may not be easily connected to the gut
  • 18.49: Potential causes and solutions for managing bad breath
  • 21.54: Potential causes and solutions for managing gastric reflux (heartburn)
  • 28.52: Potential causes and solutions for managing gas and bloating
  • 35.30: Potential causes and solutions for managing constipation
  • 40.42: The importance of the gut bacterial population to digestive health

Dr Lipski’s websites:

https://innovativehealing.com/  www.digestivewellnessbook.com

www.artofdigestivewellness.com is an online video course

Connect with Dr Lipski on social media

 @liz.lipski

 @lizlipski

 @lizlipski

Dr Lipski’s books

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Digestive Wellness for Children: How to Stengthen the Immune System & Prevent Disease Through Healthy Digestion by [Lipski M.S. C.C.N., Elizabeth]

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Poor sleep? Coaching your chronotype – Episode 40 with Nick Littlehales

Summary

Chronic sleep loss is becoming a problem of epidemic proportions in modern society. Could your genetic chronotype have something to do with your ability, or inability, to get the needed hours of rest and recovery? If you find you regularly experience poor sleep then perhaps this discussion with sleep coach and author, Nick Littlehales will open your eyes to potential solutions.

Guest biography

Nick Littlehales is a pioneer in the field of sleep coaching within UK sport, with more than 2 decades of experience helping to deliver innovative and practical solutions to real-life problems around sleep. Nick’s fascinating journey to become the world’s leading Elite Sport Sleep Coach and his revolutionary R90 Technique is encapsulated in a book called  SLEEP.

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Elite Sport Sleep Coach: Nick Littlehales

Websites: sportsleepcoach.com     R90sleepkit.com

Episode content: Poor sleep

Following a fascinating review of Nick’s journey, somewhat ahead of the curve, into the field of sleep coaching, we discuss in detail the importance of chronotype on our daily routine and preferences. There is plenty to enjoy and learn in this down to earth and easy listening discussion about resolving poor sleep issues. Key subjects include:

  • 1.43: Nick’s early motivation to work within the field of sleep coaching for athletes
  • 8.43: Modern science has revealed a large amount of definitive data about sleep and health
  • 10.06: The background to the book SLEEP and the subsequent rise in popularity
  • 14.02: The importance of sleep within modern-day sporting performance
  • 18.20: Standard sleeping conditions in modern high-level athletic accommodation
  • 21.58: What is chronotype?
  • 29.18: Managing individual variation in chronotype within team sport environments
  • 40.18: In relation to the time of day does chronotype influence the level of athletic performance?

Sleep course

If this topic interested you, why not become a Sleep Recovery Specialist with Nordic Fitness Education through our online course. Visit Sport Sleep Coach to get access to a 20% discount code and save €50 on the list price. Alternatively, contact us directly!

Connect with Nick on social media

Facebook @sportsleepcoachuk

Instagram @_sportsleepcoach

Twitter @sportsleepcoach

Buy Nick’s book about Sleep

Click the book cover to find Nick’s book on Amazon, available in paperback, e-book, or audio.

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Foam rolling for optimal movement – Episode 39 with Rodney Corn

Summary

The use of foam rolling, or other self-massage tools, has shifted in recent years from a very niche, rarely seen piece of equipment, to becoming a regular item seen in most gyms that are now used by gym members and fitness trainers alike. The big question is whether foam rollers are being used correctly and can we exploit the potential benefits more effectively?

Guest biography

Rodney Corn has nearly 30 years of experience in the Health and Fitness industry as a personal trainer, strength and conditioning coach, international educator and presenter, author and researcher. He is the former Director of Education for the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and was a Co-Founder and former COO of Personal Training Academy (PTA) Global. He co-founded SOMA (Self Osteo-Myofascial Applications) with long-time friend and colleague, Ian O’Dwyer (See episode 24 with Ian). Rodney is also the Director of Eleiko Education, promoting performance, learning, and kindness through world-class education and products.

Rodney Corn Eleiko SOMA

Websites: feelsoma.com        Eleiko Education

Episode content: Foam rolling 

Rodney helps us explore the effects and benefits of foam rolling and how this simple self-massage tool can be utilised to help improve human movement and joint function. There is a vast amount of information and helpful content in this episode, so enjoy!

  • 1.07: Rodney’s recent appointment as director of education at Eleiko
  • 3.22: Rodney shares how he blends the world’s of corrective exercise together with strength and conditioning work
  • 5.08: Brief explanation of SOMA
  • 6.27: 5 quick techniques for managing ongoing stress
  • 9.10: General explanation of the foam roller and how it helps optimise human movement
  • 15.48: Clarification between self-myofascial release and self-osteofascial engagement
  • 21.21: The use of foam rolling as a testing tool to determine muscle and soft tissue function
  • 24.08: Comparing muscle range of motion testing results to foam roller testing results
  • 28.00: The disconnect between passive joint range of motion and active functional joint motion
  • 30.40: Daily stress and other emotional factors impacting on soft tissue health and functional movement
  • 32.55: Rodney shares an example of how to apply soft tissue corrective techniques using the foam roller
  • 35.10: How to apply the foam roller to rigid joint structures, such as the knee

Connect with Rodney via social media

 @rodney.corn

 @rodney_corn

 @RodneyCorn

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Making real change within fitness – Episode 38 with Dr John Berardi

Summary

Progress is about making real change within yourself as a fitness professional, and also within your clients as they progress on their wellness journey. Dr John Berardi, of Precision Nutrition fame, is just about to launch an exciting new project called the Change Maker Academy. He joins us on the Fit to Succeed show to share some key concepts and golden nuggets with our valued listeners.

Guest biography

John Berardi is a Canadian-American entrepreneur best known as the co-founder of Precision Nutrition, the world’s largest nutrition coaching, education, and software company. He is now launching the Change Maker Academy, devoted to helping would-be change-makers turn their passion for health and fitness into a powerful purpose and a wildly successful career.

Over the last 15 years, Dr Berardi has advised Apple, Equinox, Nike, and Titleist, as well as the San Antonio Spurs, and the Carolina Panthers. He’s also been named one of the 20 smartest coaches in the world and 100 most influential people in health and fitness.

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Dr John Berardi

Episode content: Making real change 

Join us for a deep dive into the principles and concepts that have helped drive one of the most successful health and fitness coaches in the modern era:

  • 1:10: Why 40% or more of fitness professionals leave the industry each year
  • 5:08: Being good at, or enjoying fitness, does not always translate into being a good health and fitness coach
  • 13:33: Actions that helped to lay the foundation for the now globally successful, Precision Nutrition business
  • 25:28: Using the elements of a client’s already successful practices to identify how to move them more rapidly towards their goals
  • 34:02: How can fitness professionals start with the end in mind, so that delays and hurdles associated with the road to success do not trip them up?
  • 41:19: Information about the new Change Maker Academy project
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During the show, Dr Berardi refers to a free chapter download of his new book – get the free chapter here: changemakeracademy.com/chapter/

Change Maker Academy

Change Maker is your ULTIMATE health and fitness career guide. In it you’ll learn why making real change will:

  • Turn your passion into a rewarding, life-changing career
  • Make enough money to be financially secure (and then some)
  • Create a flexible schedule, so you can work when you want
  • Find personal and professional balance (and avoid burn-out)
  • Get phenomenal results with your clients—now and forever

 You don’t have to figure it all out on your own.

With thousands of certifications, seminars, websites, and gurus promising advice, it’s difficult for even the best pros to turn their passion for health and fitness into meaningful, measurable success.

Dr Berardi will help you make sense of the chaos and lay out a clear roadmap for turning your passion for health and fitness into work you find joy in, your clients into raving fans, and your career into something powerful and change-making.

Connect with John Berardi on social media

 @changemakeracademy  

 @changemakeracademy 

 @ChangeMakerFit

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