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The LLVLC Show (Episode 457): Nutrition And Fitness Podcaster Ben Greenfield

Posted Mar 21 2011 6:32pm

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In Episode 457 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” I have the privilege of speaking with one of my fellow nutrition and fitness podcasters named Ben Greenfield who is a well-known competitive triathlete who helps train others who want to participate in triathlons and other sports competitions. He was voted the #1 personal trainer in America in 2008–so this guy really knows his stuff! Ben is also making his mark in the health podcasting world through two of the most highly successful shows in the world– and “Quick & Dirty Tips: Get Fit Guy.” Listen to Ben’s December 2010 podcast interview with me to hear more about what matters the most to him.

Listen to Ben Greenfield share about his passion for fitness and nutrition:

  • What got him interested in being a “tri-geek” doing triathlons
  • His brief foray into bodybuilding for a period of time
  • The evolution of his diet over the years finding the best diet for him
  • His metabolic typing that requires him to eat more fat and protein
  • Why it’s important for him to eat 85% carbs prior to a competition
  • His belief that eating high-carb is not necessarily healthy
  • Athletic competitions that diabetics and the metabolically-challenged can do
  • His experience participating in the Ironman Hawaii competition
  • The sports gels and salt tabs used during a race to restore glycogen stores
  • His support for exercising in a fasted state for fat loss
  • Why your muscles start burning during exercise and why aerobic is best for fat loss
  • The bad “trickle-down advice” promoting eating before, during and after workouts
  • The scant research that’s out there about eating carbohydrates after a workout
  • Why most athletes know that the diet of their training is not optimal for their health
  • The success of his health podcasts and related web sites to help people
  • His iPhone app to get his fans in touch with the stuff he’s doing
  • Ben’s challenge to have me run in a triathlon someday
  • How to hire Ben to train you for competitive athletics

    There are three ways you can listen to Episode 457:

    1. Listen at the iTunes page for the podcast

    2. Listen and comment about the show at the official web site for the podcast

    3. Download the MP3 file of Episode 457 [34:15m]

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    What did you think about the message Ben Greenfield shared in today’s interview about fitness, fat loss, and health? Give us your thoughts in the show notes section of Episode 457 . Check out Ben Greenfield’s official web site and subscribe to his fabulous podcast “Quick & Dirty Tips: Get Fit Guy.” Coming up on Thursday, you’ll want to hear from low-carb researcher and exercise science professor Dr. Richard Wood who will share about why he decided to start investigating low-carb diets despite the lack of support by the mainstream nutrition gatekeepers. He’ll encourage you that good things are indeed happening behind-the-scenes of the scientific community supporting healthy low-carb living!

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