#142 - Breaking down fitness industry myths with Jordan Syatt
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If you’ve got kids, listen to this one with headphones on. There’s a little swearing😂
Jordan is so authentic and real....he educates in a entertaining way. If you don't follow him you should.
He actually just wrote a book called Eat It. He’s also really strong - at one point, he could deadlift 4x his body weight! He was also Gary V's trainer for 3 years.
I thought it’d be fun to chat with Jordan and break down some of the most popular fitness industry myths! In this episode, Jordan and I chat about:
➡️Strength training and getting 'bulky'
➡️How to lose body fat in a sustainable way
➡️Why quick fix diets are never sustainable
➡️NEAT and longevity
➡️Carbs and why they're essential if you want to thrive rather than simply survive
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03:07 - Jordans background
08:53 - What's his "Eat it!" book is all about
11:10 - Why he likes to sumo over conventional deadlift
12:58 - Women strength training and getting 'bulky'
16:46 - If lifting weight doesn't make you bulky then why do top level crossfit athletes look so bulky?
20:06 - Is it possible for a woman to be a 100kgs and eat 1200 calories and still not lose weight?
21:49 - How to lose body fat in a sustainable way
25:18 - How NEAT affects longevity
28:22 - Alcohol and how it affects your body
36:09 - Slow progress and taking responsibility
37:25 - Realistic expectation on how long it takes to build muscle and lose body fat
48:10 - Carbs and why they're essential, especially if you want to thrive rather than simply survive
50:55 - Is sugar really addictive?
55:41 - Carrots and fruits being demonised and why it's ridiculous
56:48 - His experience with Intermittent fasting
01:01:19 - Tracking your food
01:02:38 - Maintaining habits
01:04:35 - The importance of learning the fundamentals
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