• Taking the 30K View About Fat Loss with Jason Seib: Harder to Kill Radio 033

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    If you’ve been around the paleo community for a while, you may know Jason Seib as the fat loss guy.

    He’s combined 20 years of education and coaching into a really effective fat loss protocol, but take it from me when I say he’s not one of those fly-by-night, get-skinny-fast sort of dudes. Quite the opposite.

    Jason has one of the most balanced and sane approaches to health that I’ve ever had the pleasure of hearing, and I know that when you’re done listening to this episode, your mindset on the whole topic may be forever changed.

    In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

    • Why taking up the torch of sustainable fat loss was Jason’s calling
    • Why Jason’s passionate about helping people  achieve their goals through AltShift
    • Jason’s advice for helping loved ones improve their health
    • The top 3 mistakes people make when they want to lose fat
    • What are the issues around body fat obsession
    • What Jason’s protocol, AltShift, is all about
    • How you can overdo it with exercise

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    Join me next week for Episode 34 for my interview with a modern day warrior who will change your beliefs about what strength means.

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    Steph Gaudreau is a certified holistic nutrition practitioner, weightlifting and mindset coach, and the author of the best-selling Performance Paleo Cookbook. Her recipes and expert advice have been featured in SELF, Outside Magazine, Elle, and Greatist. Steph loves barbells, cats, and anything Lord of the Rings. She lives in San Diego, CA.

    3 thoughts on “Taking the 30K View About Fat Loss with Jason Seib: Harder to Kill Radio 033

    1. Great podcast and you had me until a couple of comments they came towards the end so by then I was already hooked and listening. First, I was really turned off the comment about lean distance runners and essentially, “that not a body anyone wants.” Frankly, many people want that to many people that is the highly functional useful body. Might not be ours or your guest’s but thousands of people every year train HARD to be able to sub 3 hour marathons and I for one am not going to knock that activity. I am going to praise the dedication and persistence it takes to make those achievements. Secondly, I was turned off by the overall knocking of endurance training. We humans are relatively weak, very slow but we are all natural born distance athletes. Our ability to cover long distances efficiently allowed us to become the dominant species on planet. We should honor that by doing some distance work. Frankly, in my twenty year career as an athlete (wrestling), I found the athlete with the better lungs almost always won.

      1. Thanks for your opinions, Ben! From a personal perspective, when I trained to run half / full marathon, I trained very hard but ultimately that form of exercise didn’t leave me in the most optimal of health or strength. It didn’t make my accomplishments any less, but I wasn’t healthier doing it. Again, that’s my experience. From the point of view of the ultra-lean body type, there is actually a decreased health outcome when you consider the severe loss of muscle mass that often accompanies such training. Keep in mind that there can be a difference between health and performance outcomes and the more intense or extreme the pursuit when it comes to many sports, there is often a loss of optimal health.

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