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    Healthy Eating & Fitness For Kids, How Unschooling Works, Top Book Recommendations, Common Kitchen Mistakes & Much More: Ben Greenfield Puts His Sons In The Hot-Seat (The Official River & Terran Greenfield Interview).

    Healthy Eating & Fitness For Kids, How Unschooling Works, Top Book Recommendations, Common Kitchen Mistakes & Much More: Ben Greenfield Puts His Sons In The Hot-Seat (The Official River & Terran Greenfield Interview).

    Ben Greenfield Fitness



    Podcast Notes Key Takeaways There is evidence that humans are dreaming less often less vividly and experiencing less neuronal growth during sleep This is correlated with increased amounts of screen time leading to the hypothesis that whatever you watch on screens is accepted as your own thought processes and so your thinking is done for you Five core life skills according to Naval:ReadingWritingTalkingArithmeticLogicThe standardized method of education we use worked well during the Industrial Era, but we live in a completely different society now and education should change to reflect what is needed todayBen encourages exercise by natural, animal-like movement A criticism of just working out at the gym is that it only makes you effective at certain mechanical motions and doesn’t translate into real-world fitness or even longevity“I think that having that single, succinct purpose statement for your life is actually something that is important because that’s what gets you out of bed in the morning, right? In Japan, they call it ikigai. In Sardinia, they call it the plan de vida, like the plan for your life, this idea that when you wake up in the morning, you know what it is that you’re going to do with the life that God has given you.” – Ben Greenfield“A man is free to choose his attitude no matter what circumstances he is given in life”Many people have wasted their lockdowns binging Netflix or mindlessly scrolling social media while others have pursued productive endeavors Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgRiver and Terran Greenfield are my twin 12 year old sons. They are unschooled, they are hyper-creative, they can survive in the wilderness with a knife, backpack and wool blanket, they know more kitchen and cooking tricks than most adults (and have an amazing cooking podcast), and they are generally crushing life.
    So in this very special episode, I put my twin boys in the podcasting hot seat to discuss life, creativity, cooking and healthy eating for kids, fitness, and much more.
    During our discussion, you'll discover: -Best breakfast to crush the day.. 4:40 Fresh-baked sourdough bread w/ jam and butter Eggs and bacon Smoothies made w/ Organifi Florida Cells French restaurant in N. Idaho -How to tell River and Terran apart, especially on audio...6:50 -Books River and Terran like to read.. 8:15 Graphic novels (novel illustrated in comic book style) Wings of Fire Asterisk Graveyard by Neil Gaiman The Hero's Journey by The Writer's Journey by Christopher Vogler Graphic novels always contain a distinct style in the artwork The Lost Language of Plants (television destroyed dreaming) Almanac of Naval Ravikant -Unschooling and becoming self-directed learners.. 19:04 Essay by Naval Ravikant Ben mentions on the 5 core skills needed for life Reading Writing (long form) Logic and/or computer programming Arithmetic Rhetoric/persuasion The Almanac of Charlie Munger Mathnasium program River and Terran use for their schooling Unschooling allows learning how the world works alongside the subjects being learned (math, logic, etc.) Advantages of AI and robots outweigh the negatives (skills becoming obsolete) Rhetoric game Tell 'em what you're gonna tell 'em; then tell 'em; then tell 'em what you told 'em -A typical evening in the Greenfield home.. 35:00 Board/card games Quibbler Web of Spies Telestrations Boggle Scattergories Scrabble BGF podcast w/ James Altucher on game theory -An average day for River and Terran.. 37:35 Feed rabbits, play a game, play piano, workout, shoot bow More scheduled or structured play/learning til 3-5 pm Is life school, or is school life? BGF podcast on unschooling Journal on daily activities St. Andrews College in Moscow, ID Liberal arts studies is a good way to get a well-rounded education -Favorites things River and Terran do for their fitne

    • 1 hr 23 min
    1465: The Truth About Health at Every Size

    1465: The Truth About Health at Every Size

    MInd Pump



    Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Pop magazines shouldn’t be your source of health and wellnessThe real “healthy at any size” movement has been highjacked Don’t compare person to person: an overweight person is not less healthy than a lean bodybuilder who abuses steroids, extreme diets, and doesn’t sleepWe have normalized obesity in part because food is a more acceptable addiction than others Objectively, your health will improve if you are within a healthy range of body fatDon’t equate love with simply not hating yourself Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn this episode Sal, Adam & Justin discuss recent Cosmopolitan covers and the health at every size movement.
    Why Cosmopolitan isn’t the place to go for health information. (3:34) What the “health at every size” ACTUALLY means. (8:20) The history surrounding obesity and how there is a wide range of body types. (12:31) Why being “healthy” encompasses A LOT of things. (19:10) What loving yourself really means. (27:17) Related Links/Products Mentioned
    December Special (Extended until Jan. 10th, 2021): 3 MAPS Bundles for your level of fitness! Visit Legion Athletics for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code “mindpump” at checkout** Cosmopolitan Cover Promotes Plus Size Women as ‘Healthy’ @mindpumpsal post “Health at every size” Health At Every Size Community Resources Loneliness: A disease? Workout Because You Love Yourself Not Because You Hate Yourself – Mind Pump Blog Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources

    • 37 min
    #35 - Jerzy Gregorek

    #35 - Jerzy Gregorek

    Jerzy is a professional coach, personal trainer, and creator of The Happy Body program. He is a 4-time World Weightlifting Champion and World Record Holder. Jerzy has helped coach and train many people including Tim Ferriss and Naval Ravikant since moving to the US from Poland in 1986. He and his wife, Aniela, founded and coached UCLA’s weightlifting team in 2000. Besides weightlifting, Jerzy is also a poet. He earned an MFA in Creative Writing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and has since appeared in numerous publications with his award-winning poetry. Jerzy & Aniela's book, The Happy Body, is available on Amazon.

    “Jerzy is an incredible guy. He’s in his sixties and incredibly fit… He’s like a Samurai lord. He ranges from being a powerful human being to being a beautiful human being. I think of him as a lion but also at peace.” - Naval Ravikant

    “Of the 10,000-plus people I’ve met in my life, I would put Aniela and Jerzy in the top 10, in terms of success and happiness. The Happy Body contains the morning mobility work that both Naval Ravikant and I do on a near-daily basis… He’s unapologetically and refreshingly no-bullshit.” - Tim Ferriss

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    • 1 hr 13 min
    1458: Favorite Workout Splits, How to Know If You Are Too Sick to Work Out, What to Do on Rest Days & More

    1458: Favorite Workout Splits, How to Know If You Are Too Sick to Work Out, What to Do on Rest Days & More

    MInd Pump



    Podcast Notes Key Takeaways If you’ve taken some time off of exercise (2 weeks of more), it’s best to start full body before jumping into the split routines Ideal total volume for the week per body part: is 10-20 setsThe ideal frequency of training per body part: 2-3 times per weekRest days don’t mean sitting on the couch – movement helps foster recovery faster than doing nothingDon’t workout when you have a fever: 1 or 2 missed workouts won’t impact gains and losses Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin answer Pump Head questions about their favorite workout splits, what to do on a rest day when you want to go to the gym, how to know if you are too sick to work out, and what 2020 taught them.
    New Product Alert from Organifi! (4:08) Scented candles, the new COVID detector. (6:08) Justin’s coffee ground rub recipe using Butcher Box’s steak tips. (7:51) Some interesting Stimulus Bill statistics. (15:55) Did Coca-Cola invent our modern view of Santa Claus? (17:40) Mind Pump are BIG John Favreau fans. (23:18) Are social media influencers creating the latest boxing trend? (27:04) Why economists predict ‘asset inflation’ in 2021. (35:03) Will the Apple autonomous car see the light of day? (40:21) #Quah question #1 – What are your guy’s favorite workout splits? (45:17) #Quah question #2 - What do you do on a rest day when you want to go to the gym? (51:24) #Quah question #3 – How do you know if you are too sick to work out? What symptoms and how severe must they be to know you shouldn’t work out? (54:31) #Quah question #4 – What did 2020 teach you? (57:53) Related Links/Products Mentioned
    Mind Pump Store December Special: 3 MAPS Bundles for your level of fitness! Visit Organifi for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code “mindpump” at checkout** People Are Leaving 1-Star Reviews Of Scented Candles, Seemingly Unaware They Just Have Covid Visit Butcher Box for this month’s exclusive Mind Pump offer! Sous vide cooking method makes beef protein more digestible Breaking down the $900B stimulus package and $1.4T omnibus bill Did Coca-Cola create Santa Claus? The Holiday Movies That Made Us | Netflix Official Site Building a StoryBrand: Clarify Your Message So Customers Will Listen – Book by Donald Miller Boxing & Fitness Gym in Santa Monica ... - Box 'N Burn Apple Car speculation is back. Here's what we know so far MAPS Split - Mind Pump Media Body Part Split vs. Whole Body Workout: Which Is Best? - Mind Pump Blog Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned
    Layne Norton, PhD (@biolayne)  Instagram Box 'N Burn Boxing Fitness Gym (@boxnburn)  Instagram Peter Schiff (@peterschiff)  Twitter

    • 1 hr 5 min
    1440: How to Build a Fit Mom Body

    1440: How to Build a Fit Mom Body

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    Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Time constraints are real – you can be fit with 2-3 days of exercise Take your lifestyle and fit a workout into your schedule, not the other way aroundYou have to increase your metabolism to lose weight in a sustainable wayIf you are eating and exercising properly, your physique will change but don’t expect your weight to go down immediately – muscle is more dense than fatTake care of yourself like you’re someone worth taking care ofRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn this episode, Sal, Adam & Justin detail the challenges of being a mom, healthy body fat percentages for women, how to speed up the metabolism, and what it takes to build a fit mom body.
    The reasons why women are the largest fitness consumer. (2:33) The common challenges faced for moms looking to get fit. (5:28) The importance of building your metabolism the right way. (11:28) The rhyme and reason behind constructing a workout program to fit your lifestyle. (14:32) The foundational impact of MAPS Anabolic and why women should start with it. (17:25) Don’t focus on the scale! (21:32) The benefits of intermediately adding High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) when time is limited and what to watch out for. (24:11) Tackling the issue of limited access to equipment with MAPS Anywhere and why momentum and consistency are key when starting a program. (29:54) Creating the right mindset behind nutrition through intuitive eating. (33:30) Utilizing all the free resources that Mind Pump provides. (38:38) Related Links/Products Mentioned
    FLASH SALE: Fit Mom Bundle 50% off! (Promo code - “MOM50” at checkout) Visit ZBiotics for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Mind Pump #1422: How To Build A Sexy Dad Bod MAPS Fitness Anabolic | Muscle Adaptation Programming System Mind Pump #1387: Turning Your Body Into A Fat-Burning Machine MAPS Macro Calculator MAPS Prime Webinar Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources  

    • 41 min
    1427: Don’t Make These 6 Bulking Mistakes

    1427: Don’t Make These 6 Bulking Mistakes

    MInd Pump



    Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Bulking doesn’t just mean eating anything and everything you want It’s easy to ignore overall health when bulking:if you are bloated and having digestive issues, you won’t perform wellif you don’t train properly, you’ll just pack on fat without gaining strengthMeal prepping and eating whole foods are just as important in bulking as they are in losing weight Bulking goal: gain lean body mass, minimize fat, and gaining strength – you want to be stronger at the end of a bulk session than when you started The scale doesn’t tell you everything you need to know – it’s important to measure lean muscle gainRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn this episode, Sal, Adam & Justin discuss how to bulk and the mistakes to avoid.
    Let’s talk bulking during the holidays. (3:23) The misconceptions around bulking. (5:35) Don’t Make These 6 Bulking Mistakes. #1 - Consuming junk food to meet your macros. (7:33) #2 - Not tracking and hitting protein intake. (19:24) #3 – Bulking for too long. (22:34)  #4 – Paying attention only to the scale. (27:00) #5 – Not meal prepping in advance. (35:38) #6 – Improper training. (40:08) Related Links/Products Mentioned
    November Promotion: MAPS Ultimate At-Home Workout Bundle for Only $99.99 Visit Legion Athletics for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code “mindpump” at checkout** How To Properly Clean-Bulk – Mind Pump Blog How To Eat If You Want To Pack On Muscle – Mind Pump Blog MAPS Macro Calculator Mind Pump #1220: The 4 Best Sources Of Protein The Full Diet Break Why The Scale Is Not Always The Best Way To Measure Progress – Mind Pump Blog Nutrition Advice for Skinny Guys Who Want to Gain Muscle – Mind Pump Blog MAPS Fitness Anabolic | Muscle Adaptation Programming System MAPS Aesthetic | Muscle Adaptation Programming System Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources

    • 47 min

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