If you want to improve your athletic performance, lift more, exercise longer and get in the best shape of your life, the ketogenic diet can help you. This podcast helps you understand the right way to think, eat and tips, tricks and tactics to optimize your ketogenic athletic performance
Welcome back to the Ballistic Health Podcast. Today we take on the topic of mental toughness, fortitude. We discuss what it means to be mentally resilient and how it can benefit you to develop it if you don’t currently have it. So get your note pad out, you’ll want to make sure you take notes on this episode.
Success is not final, failure is not fatal, it’s the courage to continue that counts – Winston Churchill
When you find yourself going through hell, keep going – Winston Churchill
Locusts and grasshoppers are pretty much the same things. There is no appreciable difference between the two species
The odds of winning the MegaMillions jackpot are 1 in 176M entries – If you buy a ticket, you are more likely to be crushed by a vending machine, give birth to identical quadruplets, and become the president, or die in an asteroid crash than you are to win.
Welcome back to the Ballistic Health Podcast. Today we’re continuing our discussion on what path to take for fat loss when you are ready to start working out. Our intrepid hosts take the time to outline the benefits of different styles of work outs and what they can do for you in your journey to health.
Changes! Today we’re officially launching our new format for the podcast previously known as the The Ketogenic Athlete. To be more accurate we’re merging 3 podcasts into one creating the all new Ballistic Health Podcast. We’ll air the episodes on all three for a couple weeks to give people the chance to make sure to subscribe to the main feed for all future episodes. We’ll be releasing on Monday so you’ll get your Motivation Monday’s but you’ll get the best parts of The Ketogenic Athlete Podcast and the Ketovangelist Podcasts as well. We hope you’ll enjoy the new format and invite your feedback in the comments on the website or in one of our Facebook groups. You can also share your thoughts by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or whatever podcatcher you use.
Why working out is not great for weight loss…by itself
Mandy – Snails
The Assassin snail is carnivorous, will eat live snails, dead fish and such
Medical adhesive was inspired by the slime of snails/slugs
The percentage of American men that say they would marry the same person if they were given the chance to do it all over again was 80%
The percentage of American women given the same question said 50%
Bald eagles are a nuisance in Alaska
In 2016 President Obama signed a law honoring the bison as the official American mammal
People may doubt what you say,
but they will believe what you do.
Today Brian and Danny continue their discussion about fat loss. Specifically, they zoom in on some of the primary micronutrients that we require and the effects they have. They also take the time to outline some of the natural sources ketogenic sources for those micronutrients that you can incorporate to make sure you are able to optimize your micronutrient balance.
Danny – Facts about the Saturn V Rocket
It was 363 ft tall – 6.5 million pounds when fully fueled
Had 3 stages
5 massive F1 Rocket engines produced 7,500,000 pounds of thrust, the equivalent to 30 747 jumbo jets
The Puritans brought beer to America because it could be stored for a long time and in the winter was more available when fresh waters froze over.
In Puritan society any child over 16 years of age, if convicted of cursing at their parents, they could be sentenced to death
Same was true if they were convicted of being stubborn or rebellious
Today Brian and Danny continue their discussion about “dieting”. Today they attempt to tackle some of the correlated topics that can affect your weight loss. Specifically how stress and sleep can affect your fat loss.
Atmospheric rivers can be seen with the naked eyes, hundreds of miles wide and cut enormous channels through the sky.
There is a study that rats were given the same chow, one group had hard pellets, one had softened with water. the softened pre-digested rats had insulin resistance, poor insulin signaling, increases of lipogenic factors. The more viscus the food is you may see a correlation in a drop in satiety.
Today we are joined by Dr. David Arnold. He’s a physiatrist who has a lab at Ohio State University. He’s doing some exciting research but today we’re focused on his personal athletic feats. He’s training to swim the English Channel and a triathlete and ironman competitor. He dove head first into keto while prepping for a triathlon and shares his experience with us how he’s using keto to optimize his personal performance.
Danny – The average 4 year old child asks between 300-400 questions a day
Brian – The most shoplifted book in the world is the Bible
David – There are more people who have climbed Mount Everest than have swam the English Channel.
Today we’re joined by Alex Viada who has taken a deep dive into recent scientific discoveries and is using that data to help athletes all over the world maximize their training and performance. We talk extensively about how he’s using this training protocol, where keto is at the center, for a young lady who is going to run/swim/bike 50 ironman marathons in roughly 50 days for charity. We also break down how they have found ways to mix training styles so you can both train endurance and strength without negative effects on either one. Lots of excellent info in this episode and as always you won’t want to miss it.
13:50 – Fascinating facts:
Danny: Due to documents and all personal data being lost a man in Tampa, FL lived on the streets for years. A hostel and police officer went above and beyond to help him find documentation and prove his identity to regain access to a sizable bank account with his info on it and regain his previous lifestyle.
Brian: Ulcers are proven to be caused a type of bacterium that thrives in a a stomach acid environment. It is not related to the food you eat or stress.
Alex: Hippos are the closest living relatives to whales.
This week we get to talk with Dr. Ted Naiman. He’s an obsessed ultimate frisbee player and a major contributor for using keto for health and performance. Today he shares some of the things he views are most important to consider when you are eating a ketogenic diet and offers some reminders of some of the things we can do to tweak our eating habits to maximize results.
Danny – There is a type of hairless pet cat called a Sphynx. They are actually from Toronto rather than from Egypt
Brian – When lightning hits soil that is sandy the heat causes the sand to create craggy glass tubes that fossilize the lightning called Folgerite
Dr. Naiman – In a 52 card deck of playing cards there are more permutations of card order than there are atoms in the entire planet earth. Every time you pick up a desk of cards you almost certainly have a permutation that’s never happened before in the history of time and will likely never happen again.
Today, the day before Thanksgiving, Brian and Danny to take some time to talk about the importance of keeping focused on the positive that exists in every situation. They offer some excellent guidance that should help you not only through this season of holidays and family gathering but also in your day to day lives. As always you do not want to miss this episode.
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