Our guest this week is Josh Shadle of Fuelary. He's going to help us understand a more contemporary approach to wellness and performance. A lot of athletes are starting to be more proactive than the annual physical with their GP and getting the standard blood screening which tests within broad ranges of "normal". The more proactive approach tests in narrower ranges, more markers and more frequently to help identify wellness and performance opportunities.
Thanks to last week's guest, Dr. Jason Karp who gave us helped with "The Right Way to Do Run Intervals". With his PhD in physiology, Masters in Kinesiology and a BA in sports science, he is about as educated as anyone in the field and yet he writes and conveys concepts in a way the ley person can understand. If you missed it, go back and listen to episode #120.
One of the things I love about what we do is that we get to meet some very interesting and quality people. We were introduced to Josh by Will Murrray, our regular mental skills coach. Josh has a life story that I'm honored that he shared with such transparence and vulnerability. He has followed his calling and passion and is doing things that help regular people and athletes be at their best. Whether your goal is weight loss or performance they have tests and plans that are design to make you happy, healthy, and horny.
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