CEREAL KILLERS 2: RUN ON FAT (2015)Run on Fat charts world class triathlete Sami Inkinen’s transition from pre-diabetic sugar burner to a faster, healthier, fat fueled endurance athlete under the guidance of New York Times bestselling author Dr Stephen Phinney.
When Sami embarks on an epic anti sugar crusade with his wife Meredith – rowing 4,000 kms unsupported from California to Hawaii – their remarkable journey reveals the astonishing performance benefits and pitfalls of successful fat fueling strategies for athletic performance.
As more and more evidence emerges of world class athletes adopting a similar protocol – with remarkable results in some cases – “Run on Fat” challenges the very foundations of sports nutrition.
Director's Interview - The Making Of This Is Your DayInterview with film director Myles Smythe about the making of This Is Your Day.
Interview Director/Producer - Myles Smythe
Director of Photography - Damian Gordon
Post Production - Myles Smythe
Production Company - Sierra Studio Films
Filmed using Sony PXW-FS5 at 4K and 1080P.
Panel - Sports Nutrition - Power and PerformanceThis panel combines the knowledge, experience and sheer enthusiasm of Ben Greenfield, Emily Schromm, NTP, NASM, CPT, Dina Griffin, MS, RDN, CSSD, CISSN, METS II, & Michele Clarke-Mason, NTP, to cover the topic of, "Sports Nutrition: Power & Performance."
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About Michele Clarke-Mason, NTP
Owner of Meant To Be Foods and the Nutritional Therapy Practitioner for the professional football team the Seattle Seahawks. Seahawks Nutritionist Michele Clarke-Mason has worked with the team for more than five years and is owner of Meant To Be Foods in Burien, WA.
About Ben Greenfield
Ben Greenfield is an ex-bodybuilder, Ironman triathlete, Spartan racer, coach, speaker and author of the New York Times Bestseller “Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health and Life” (http://www.BeyondTrainingBook.com). In 2008, Ben was voted as NSCA’s Personal Trainer of the year and in 2013 and 2014 was named by Greatest as one of the top 100 Most Influential People In Health And Fitness. Ben blogs and podcasts at http://www.BenGreenfieldFitness.com, and resides in Spokane, WA with his wife and twin boys.
About Dina Griffin, MS, RDN, CSSD, CISSN, METS II
Dina Griffin is a Colorado-based Registered Dietitian and Board Certified Specialist in Sport Dietetics with a Master of Science degree in Food Science and Human Nutrition. Her private practice work focuses on endurance sport, from recreational to elite level athletes, and sports that include marathons, cycling, ultra-marathons, and cycling. She incorporates a variety of testing services in her practice such as metabolic efficiency testing and sweat sodium concentration testing to optimize health and athletic performance.
About Emily Schromm, NTP, NASM, CPT
A thriving CrossFit Coach, NASM CPT, & Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. Founder of Unleashed Fitness. My motto is: “Lift heavy, eat bacon, & UNLEASH your inner superhero.” I am a certified personal trainer, CrossFit Coach, and nutritional therapy practitioner who is out to change the way YOU think about food, weightlifting, and your body. Formerly on MTV’s Real World and Real World Challenges, my own journey of self-discovery led me to a full-time career in fitness and health, and my passion is to help every single person and client BE THEIR OWN SUPERHERO!
Top 5 Foods to Increase Athletic PerformanceFor more info: https://draxe.com/best-foods-for-athletes/?utm_campaign=Youtube-Mar-2015&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube&utm_term=athleticperformance
In today’s video, I want to share with you the foods that can increase your athletic performance. The top five foods you should be eating will help with hydration, muscle building, recovery, and overall higher energy levels. The top five foods are:
1. Coconut oil
2. Chia seeds
3. Quality whey or collagen protein
4. Antioxidant rich berries
5. Coconut water
If you want to increase your athletic performance, start consuming more of these top five foods! For more on how to eat like an athlete, check out this video: http://draxe.com/eat-like-athlete/
*This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Josh Axe, and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Axe nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
Hydration and Nutrition for Endurance AthletesAllen Lim, PhD. supplies education and insights into hydration and nutrition for endurance athletes
Matt Fitzgerald Talks Nutrition and Fitness for Endurance AthletesMatt Fitzgerald has written nearly 30 books about fitness and nutrition for endurance athletes. He's currently in the middle of running 8 marathons in 8 weeks to fuel his new book "Life is a Marathon." He's the author of "The Endurance Diet," "Iron War," "80/20 Running," "Racing Weight" and one of our favorites, "50/50" about Dean Karnazes' amazing feat of 50 marathons in 50 states in 50 days. He talks about all of that and so much more, including:
How does Matt feel about paleo, low-carb, vegan diets, bullet proof coffee? What diet you SHOULD follow for the best success Why he’s in the middle of 8 marathons in 8 weeks Boston Marathon What drives him as a nutrition and endurance writer The way to successful Recovery What it’s like working with Dean Karnazes and the Iron Cowboy Is there pressure being a “nutritional expert?” What part does the mind play on new diets? The safest and most effective way for endurance athletes to eat How important are foam rollers and ice baths? Exploring his upcoming book “Life is a Marathon” and why it’s so important to him. Why he used to think of himself as a coward How Bi-Polar disorder has touched his life in a major way Running and Depression Running to connect with others if you’re an introvert The Charles Bukowski connection How he got his start as a comedic poet Learn more about Matt by following "Life is a Marathon" on Facebook Matt on Twitter: @mattfitwriter His Website is www.mattfitzgerald.ord
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SPORTS NUTRITION - Gary Roberts High Performance TrainingWeek 2 of the Off-Season is underway. This week we focus on the importance of nutrition and healthy diet for optimal performance and recovery.
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Dr. Shawn Arent: Physique vs Sports NutritionShawn M. Arent, PhD, CSCS*D, FACSM is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Exercise Science and Sport Studies at Rutgers University. He is also the Director of the Human Performance Laboratory and Director of the Center for Health & Human Performance in the Institute for Food, Nutrition, and Health.
Dr. Arent is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with Distinction with the National Strength and Conditioning Association and also a Fellow in the American College of Sports Medicine.
He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Virginia and both his MS and PhD in Exercise Science at Arizona State University. His research focuses on the relationship between physical activity and stress and the implications for health and performance, with an emphasis on underlying biological and behavioral mechanisms.
His recent work has primarily focused on physiological responses to training-related stressors and their contribution to optimal performance and recovery.
He is specifically interested in the potential efficacy of acute and chronic resistance training and nutritional supplementation for improving functional capabilities and mental health.
Dr. Arent is on the national staff for the US Soccer Federation and works closely with a number of teams at Rutgers University. He also provides performance enhancement advice for youth, high school, collegiate, and professional athletes in a number of sports, including soccer, football, wrestling, baseball, softball, gymnastics, rowing, equestrian events, and cycling.
He has received research funding from the National Institutes of Health, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Life Fitness Academy, the Center for Obesity Research and Intervention, and various biotechnology companies.
His work has also received considerable attention by the popular media, including Shape Magazine, Men's Health, Prevention, and Self.
He is on the editorial board for Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology, the Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Comparative Exercise Physiology, and is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.
In this podcast, Shawn and I discussed Physique vs Sports Nutrition.
Some of the topics we discuss are:
1.How you look and how you perform can be two separate things. Working with athletes, do you feel that the focus to look fit can be detrimental for performance in some athletes?
2.When it comes to body composition measurements, people often get obsessed with the numbers, striving to hit a certain body fat percentage. Do the exact numbers really matter that much or is it more of an assessment tool to track body composition? What are the limitations?
3.Do you feel that a lot of the sports nutrition recommendations gets misinterpret when it comes to physique nutrition? For example, carbohydrates and glycogen restoration?
4.Athletes are always looking for what can maximize their performance, while there is a trend in todays fitness industry of: “what’s the least you can do to get results”. What are your thoughts about this trend?
Sports NutritionTips from Sports Medicine providers at Mayo Clinic Health System.
What does the diet of an Olympic athlete look like?A look at what some Olympic atheletes eat every day.
Jana Heitmeyer - University of Missouri - Sports NutritionJana Heitmeyer of the University of Missouri discusses proper nutrition and eating habits for high school and college athletes.
Purdue Sports Nutrition - Grocery Store TourTake a personal shopping trip with registered dietitian Lauren Link to find out the do's and don't's of grocery shopping.
Cornell's Head of Sports Nutrition talks Recovery Nutrition - What You Need to Know ep.078www.SpartanUpPodcast.com/078
Which diet will optimize your obstacle resistance-- Paleo, raw foods, clean eating or some emerging trend? According to Cornell head nutritionist Clint Wattenberg, there is a time and a place for almost any kind of food as long as you eat it in moderation and your grandma would recognize it. Trying to be “perfect” with your diet will often drive you to the other extreme or, worse, to an eating disorder. If you love food and eating, then Wattenberg has some great news.
1. Be moderate with your diet, not extreme.
2. Only eat foods that your grandma would recognize and as many whole foods as possible.
3. Nutrition is the foundation to build a performance, not the golden key.