Welcome to the keto for endurance athletes podcast. Where we show you how to push through the nutrition and training barriers that are holding you back in order to finally get the healthy body and race results you've always wanted.
The Keto Road, Jon Shane, Runs a Marathon
Jon Shane from the Keto Road discusses his journey to keto from a bodybuilder to a runner.
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Frank Sole on How to be a Successful Triathlon Swimmer
Frank Sole discusses his new book The 5 B's of to a Successful Triathlon Swim. Many triathletes did not grow up swimming. Some coaches say we are doomed to have a poor triathlon swim. Then comes Frank Sole, he is your solution to a poor triathlon swim. He has spent the last few decades helping less than spectacular swimmers become exceptional swimmers and triathletes.
You can find Frank at Sole Swim Solutions. He provides online and personal technique-driven, triathlon swim coaching. He has helped me become a better swimmer and he can help you too.
Doc Edwards on How Variable Speed Running Helps You Run Faster
Running is more than putting one foot in front of the other. Dr. Johathan Edwards has taken running form and function to the next level, learning from the great Dr. Veronique Billat. Doc. Edwards has taken the details work of Dr. Billat's work on variable speed running in the book The Science of Marathon and the Art of Variable Pace.
There is plenty of science to geek out in the book. If that is not your thing, no worries. Skip over that part and get to hands-on training to help you be a faster, and healthier runner.
Coach Stephanie and Doc Edwards deviate the conversation to hormones. If you want to work with Doc Edwards when it comes to hormones. Check out Own Your Labs by Dave Feldman.
Doc. Edwards mentioned the book Estrogen Matters - Bluming and Tavris for questions about the importance of estrogen.
Doc. Edward's Bio -
Dr. Johnathan “Doc” Edwards knows what it takes to excel at today’s highest levels of athletic competition. A nutritional advisor for professional and amateur athletes and an accomplished author and regular contributor for nationally syndicated magazines like Road Bike Action and Adventure Bike Rider, Doc Edwards focuses on sports nutrition and enabling athletes to optimize their performance. Whether you’re training for your first gran fondo cycling event, or you’re looking to compete in a National Championship race, you can utilize Doc Edwards’ expert guidance to learn how to obtain optimum wellness, weight control, and peak performance in your chosen athletic endeavor.
For the past 20 years, Doc Edwards has been developing his unique wellness system for athletes and patients, one that includes education, individualized programs, dietary changes, select mineral and vitamin supplements, exercise recommendations, and much more. Doc Edwards started his academic career at the University of California, Davis, earning a B.S. in Physiology. He went on to become a medical doctor at Eastern Virginia Medical School before completing an Internal Medicine residency at the University of Nevada, Reno. Doc also spent a year in Salt Lake City, Utah, studying Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation / Sports, and then studied abroad to complete a fellowship in Lyon, France. Eventually, Doc attended school in Tampa, Florida, to complete his formal training as an anesthesiologist.
After completing his studies, Doc Edwards spent five years attending the African Dakar Rally as the Red Bull KTM professional motorcycle team’s physician and physiotherapist. He then published a book, Chasing Dakar, A Rider’s Guide to Adventure Riding. Doc then moved on to work with professional cycling teams, including Fly V Australia and Champions Systems. Currently, Doc consults for the French WorldTour cycling team, Ag2r-La Mondiale, and has also served as the chief medical officer for the UCI cycling race, Four Days of Dunkirk. In addition, Doc serves as a consultant for many professional motocross riders both in the U.S. and in Europe.
Doc Edwards is a devoted family man, a former professional athlete, and a current Category 1 cyclist. He has helped countless athletes in their quest for a healthy lifestyle and to achieve their goals, and he is deeply interested in helping each and every individual’s journey towards optimizing their well-being.
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Interview with Trent Holbert
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Matt Bach won Ironman Maryland in 2014 with a time of 8:51, was the top amateur and 6th overall at Eagleman 70.3 in 2015, then 72nd overall in Kona 2015. Matt has been using UCAN since 2014 when he began his fat-adapted journey – he had GI distress and b*****g issues prior to that, but UCAN helped him transform his approach to triathlon nutrition. He is such a big believer that he now works for the company as their Director for their Endurance Business. Matt worked on Wall Street for 9 years prior to making this career change. He lives in Summit, NJ with his wife, two kids (2 and 3 years old), and two long-haired miniature dachshunds. He holds an MBA from Temple University and he loves a nice glass of scotch.
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Jessyca is a recovering bulimic and compulsive overeater. After battling eating disorders for 31 years, being hospitalized multiple times, and trying every diet and/or weight loss gimmick under the sun, she found herself at 309 pounds, her heaviest weight ever.
Chronic depression led Jessyca into almost total isolation, and she rarely left the house. She finally reached a breaking point: her blood pressure was so high that she was in danger of serious health complications, and she could no longer even walk around the house without feeling exhausted. Knowing that she had achieved a measure of success on low carb diets before- as long as she stuck to it, that is- she decided she had to do something to regain her health, and committed to beginning a low carb lifestyle again.
Finding the Ketovangelist website and Facebook page is something Jessyca continues to be thankful for. As she read and researched more, and finally began eating keto, Jessyca learned that this lifestyle was very different than the low carb diets of old. For the first time in her life, she was free from the cravings and food obsessions that had plagued her since age 11. The Ketogenic lifestyle gave her recovery; freeing her from obsessive counting and weighing that goes hand-in-hand with the unhealthy "dieting" mentality. Not only is she down 120 lbs. so far, her blood pressure is also excellent. In addition, she no longer a needs medications for anxiety and bladder disease, and has ceased her weekly migraine shots.
Jessyca spent the last ten months coaching and mentoring friends, family, and members of her community for success on the Ketogenic lifestyle. Her entire family is living keto, and they are happier and healthier than ever before. Jessyca is passionate about sharing her story and teaching others who may benefit from making the jump to a Ketogenic lifestyle. She believes in keeping keto simple, where food can take it's proper place as fuel and not as a burden or an obsession, making this a truly sustainable lifestyle change.