Our approach to eating and doing is just different. This podcast is both fun and hopefully entertaining for people.
Paul answers questions on when to schedule your high days, the difference between AP and PR, and why mentality is just as important as weight loss.
Eat to Perform OG Q&A
Paul answers your questions on exercise in each stage, metabolism, and the importance of mindset change for long term success.
Thriving in Performance/Recomp to set up BIGGER goals-Lifetime Power Hour (with Paul, Becky and Carolyn)
If you have been around Eat To Perform for sometime you know that building a runway is important. The key is keeping calories higher but staying relatively weight stable. In this podcast we walk you through what that looks like and some tips that coaches use to keep things in line along the way (without drastically pulling down your plan).
Interesting Performance case studies from both Susan and Paul-Performance Series Part Three
When you deal with literally 1000's of people at a time there are a lot of great examples you come across.
For this episode Susan and Paul share a few of those stories.
How different sports need different nutrition requirements- Part Two of the Performance Series with Dr. Susan Kleiner
What we do in this episode is walk through how different sports require different ideas in terms of performance nutrition but all are similar. More is typically better.
How that "more" gets used is what we talk about.
Performance 101, Part One of a Three part series-Sunday's with Dr. Susan Kleiner
We decided on a recommendation that it was time to deep dive performance nutrition. If the goal is to match your work activities with your nutrition, this should be enlightening on a lot of levels.
Timely and Easily Processable Information
I am about 7-8 weeks into ETP programming and seeing exactly the results discussed in the few episodes of this podcast that I have had the time to listen.
The information Paul gives regarding the urge to thin out before a big trip or weekend away is so solid. Exactly what I needed to hear before a few summer trips.
Sure, he talks a lot—but this is his podcast and you can hear his excitement and eagerness to share the knowledge he has gained from his own experiences.
Solid content, v poor delivery
Extremely longwinded. He should get evaluated for ADHD. I’m not kidding, I’m a psychologist. I agree with the overarching thrust of what he’s saying (most people, esp women, are extremely and chronically underfed) but he should really give more airtime to Susan and the other women(!!!)/guests/experts. I’d recommend he writes outlines to organize his thoughts so he can present them in a more linear, concise way. He should also listen back to his recordings and tally how many times he says “right” and “THINGS OF THAT NATURE”
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