Healthy Diet Exercise Stuff
What The Experts Say

This healthy diet exercise stuff can get complicated and confusing. So when I have doubts, I look to what modern experts and high-level practitioners are saying.

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These interviews tell you what many of the most up-to-date people think about exercise and nutrition. And why they think what they think!

Mark Sisson, of Mark's Daily Apple.

Primal Blueprint Diet And Fitness;
An Interview With Mark Sisson (Part 1)

Mark Sisson runs the blog, where he shares his own 'Primal' take on health diet exercise stuff. He advocates a lower carbohydrate diet, with lots of vegetables, delicious dead animals, and mouth-watering saturated fat.

In my interview we talk about the importance of intense exercise, how 'chronic cardio' makes you feel like crap, and why eating dead animals won't kill you. Check it out!

Interview Part 2

Why We Get Fat;
An Interview With Gary Taubes (Part 1)

Gary Taubes is a very well known science journalist. His recent books,Good Calories, Bad Calories and Why We Get Fat, have popularized low carbohydrate diets again, and he outlines precisely how carbohydrates help increase fat and encourage metabolic disorders.

The link above is to a transcript of the interview. Or watch it on YouTube...

Interview Transcript Part 2

Interview Transcript Part 3

Bill DeSimone demonstrating a congruent split squat.

Weight Training and Joint Pain;

An Interview With Bill DeSimone (Part 1)

Bill DeSimone is a personal trainer who's been lifting weights for about the last 40 years. Over that time he's injured himself, taken care of himself, and done a ton of research into the correct biomechanics of weightlifting.

His books Moment Arm Exerciseand Congruent Exercise explain the method of weight lifting he has come to use as a result of his desire to continue lifting and getting stronger, while also going easier on his joints. In my interview with him we talk about what makes his 'congruent' exercises easier on the joints. We also discuss good diet and training practices. Check it out!

The link above is for a transcript of our interview.

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Interview Transcript Part 2

Interview Transcript Part 3

Interview Transcript Part 4

Interview Transcript Part 5

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