Tuesday, November 28, 2023
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Mark Sisson | The Blueprint For Primal Living

Mark is the author of numerous books, including The Primal Blueprint, which was credited with turbocharging the growth of the primal/paleo movement back in 2009. In 2017, he officially became a New York Times bestselling author with The Keto Reset Diet, which reached the #1 overall bestseller among all books on amazon.com for two days. Mark has written several other books, including popular Primal-themed cookbooks and lifestyle books.

In this episode, Nick sits down with Mark to discuss the effects that heavy endurance training has on the human body, as well as some approaches to nutrition that can benefit our performance and lead us to a healthier lifestyle.

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10 thoughts on “Mark Sisson | The Blueprint For Primal Living
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  3. This is a great podcast for so many reasons. First – it's so important that we hear every side of the conversation. When I first started listening to this and his attitude of "Don't go hard, what was I thinking when I was young" I kind of wanted to turn it off but then thought…..OK lets have a listen. He brings up an amazing point and really, what is the point of me destroying my body at 160, 170+ HR killing myself in 7 hours ultra runs and training sessions? I'm 44 years old and the Olympics are long past LOL. It might be time to slow things down a bit (no pun intended) and think about the long term effects of what this is all about. I PRed a marathon 2 weekends ago and then 6 days later I did a 20 mile 1000m elevation trail race….why? 2nd – It all came together at the end for me when he said it's just about awareness. That is the key to living healthy. Yes we can still eat bread or the odd skittles (as he says) but just be aware of what you are putting in your body. Just starting there is so powerful and will have huge effects. Lastly, it's important when listening to someone like this (and he seems awesome) he does have an agenda. He has his line of sauces and such so of course he is going to lean into the narrative that supports his brand. You put all this together and you can learn a lot. Again, Nick said what? 30 words this entire hour POD. So amazing he can do that. He is a master at his craft:)

  4. I’m curious why some people can eat anything they want and not get fat. While other people have to be really strict or they’ll gain a bunch of weight. Weird how that works

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