30 Aug Mike T. Nelson – Understanding Metabolic Flexibility
(#15) In this episode of the StealthBody Podcast, I interviewed Mike T. Nelson discussing the importance of Metabolic Flexibility for Fat Loss.
You’ll learn all about Metabolic flexibility, nutrient timing, pre/post workout nutriton, and many other nutrition topics related to fat loss and performance.
If you haven’t heard of Mike, he’s an an ‘underground’ fitness expert finishing up his PhD in exercise physiology and he’s one smart guy.
He’s written for many top fitness websites and scientific publications. He’s was featured in the book “Dietary Protein and Resistance Exercise.” He’s also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Z-Health Master Trainer, former RKC, and member of the ACSM, ISSN, and ASN. He’s got a lot of knowledge and experience that get his clients results.
Here’s some of what you’ll learn in this episode:
- What exactly is Metabolic Flexibility & why it’s important for Fat Loss?
- How to optimize pre and post workout nutrition.
- The truth about pre-workout supplements.
- Does creatine timing matter?
- What type of training is best for Metabolic Flexibility.
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To learn more about Metabolic Flexibility for Fat Loss, check out MikeTNelson.com and his 6 Part Video Training.
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See you on the inside!
Mike T NelsonPosted at 17:42h, 05 September
Thanks again Scott for the wonderful interview and a chance for me to share my passion to help others lose more fat (without muscle loss) via Metabolic Flexibility.
Keep in touch my man and great to meet you in person at ISSN,
Mike T Nelson PhD(c)
ScottPosted at 16:12h, 07 September
My pleasure Mike! Thank you for a great interview and great content around the topic of Fat Loss!
It was a fun interview!
Will be in touch, for sure.
Thanks again Mike…