07 May Jason Seib, The Paleo Coach
(#65) Jason Seib, author of Paleo Coach, is this week’s podcast guest.
He’s a fellow podcaster as he co-hosts The Paleo Lifestyle and Fitness Podcast with Sarah Fragoso.
Jason has a “no nonsense” approach to strength training and nutrition, as you’ll hear about in this week’s show.
He’s an extremely passionate guy and he’s got a ton great insight to share with us in this episode.
Here’s some of what you learn in this weeks’s show:
- The 2 most important exercise factors for fat loss
- His unconventional approach to strength training
- His primary goals with exercise and why this works
- What’s wrong with the “mainstream fitness” approach?
- The truth about the “you eat to much and move too little” message
- Why proper “movement patterns” are essential is exercise success
- Why exercise education is the key for all of us
- How he discovered Paleo and why he doesn’t like the word “diet”
- What exactly is Paleo, the simple explanation
- Hear about the body of evidence in ancestral health and nutrition
- Who he listens to in the Paleo sphere…
- A critical component in the Fat Loss equation that’s often missed
- Learn about his book, The Paleo Coach and why this book is unique
- Why health and fitness results goes way beyond weight loss
- Hear the “cigarette analogy” – very powerful
- A simple stress management technique you can apply right now
- How he handles “Paleo skeptics”
- Does Paleo work for athletes and bodybuilders?
- His big actions after listening to this interview…(2 important things)
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To find out more about Jason, go to EPLifeFit.com
His book is The Paleo Coach
He also mentioned a book called 8 Minute Mediation
And, one of the apps he mentioned was called “Calm.”
Seminars – EverydayPaleo.com (to attend or book a workshop).
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