Welcome to episode 13 of Holistic Performance Nutrition (HPN) featuring Tawnee Gibson, MS, CSCS, CISSN, and Julie McCloskey, a certified holistic nutrition coach who you can find over at wildandwell.fit. On this episode: Brain says: A Followup “Thanks” From HPN 11 Tawnee & Julie thank you so much for this episode. The last few months Read More

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On this episode, Dr. Tommy Wood of Nourish Balance Thrive is back! Sign up for Tommy’s weekly highlight emails here. Adrenal Fatigue Tommy’s take on a recent systematic review looking more deeply into adrenal fatigue as a medical condition. 58 articles Terminology and methodology need to be normalized Not able to find studies in which Read More

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Brad Kearns runs Primal Blueprint Publishing, is co-author of Primal Endurance (a book we love and recommend!), and works closely with Mark Sisson. What you may not know is that Brad was once one of the best professional triathletes in the world back in the day and remained pro for nearly a decade. Among his career highlights: In ’89 he recorded the Read More

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We are joined by Lucho for this addition of Ask the Ultrarunner featuring answers to your questions on: – -If you had the chance to train a chronically injured athlete such as Anton Krupicka, how would you change their training given their injury history to make them stronger/less injury prone? Lifting? Cross training? -Upper body Read More

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On this episode we give some props to ultra-swimmer Diana Nyad and also discuss CGI’s decision to end elite funding to runners (fast forward to the end for this), and we answer your questions: if your A race flops do you take advantage of fitness and sign up for another race or take the offseason, Read More

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Lots of talk on fatigue today and how to manage it. Our thoughts on the Outside Magazine article “Stress Tested” by Alex Hutchinson, update on Leadman, what is fatigue (and manage, reduce or eliminate it) and the concept of central governor, fatigued and run is pace getting slower — what to do, ‘Big Day’ training according to Joe Friel and Read More

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