The name Ben Greenfield is synonymous with optimizing sports performance, but that’s barely scratching the surface of this fitness expert’s knowledge base. If you’ve been in and around the Paleo and / or endurance communities for a while, you’ve no doubt heard about Ben’s interests in biohacking and becoming superhuman.
I recently sat down with Ben and had the chance to pick his brain about everything from productivity to biomarker tracking to the most common things performance-seekers are often neglecting in their training.
And while those pursuits may not at first seem applicable given your involvement (or not) in sports, I guarantee you’ll walk away from this episode with a new-found appreciation for how to start optimizing your health in general. Ben’s unique mix of of science and pragmatism made for a very actionable episode, and I know you’re going to enjoy it.
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:
- Ben’s superhero origin story
- Ben’s keys to productivity
- How Ben invented himself as an athlete & why he became an Ironman
- Why Ben’s passionate about trying new sports
- The kind of biomarker testing Ben does to track his health and wellness
- How to safely turbocharge your performance
- Ben’s thoughts about 3 things performance-seekers are often neglecting in their training
- How breath work and meditation can make you more productive
Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:
- Ben’s website and podcast
- Ben’s books, Beyond Training and The Low Carb Athlete
- Ben’s Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
- CNS Tap Test
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Join me next week for Episode 27 for my interview with a former fitness model competitor turned wellness advocate that’s helping men and women develop a healthy relationship with food and self.
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