February 11, 2015
Feb 11, 2015 Podcast: Fexaramine For Fat Loss, Can Running Make Your Boobs Smaller, Does Himalayan Salt Have Dangerous Amounts of Oxidized Iron, and Staying Fit During Long Road Trips.
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- Every soccer coach/soccer parent should read this.
- Here’s a balanced look at the supposed dangers of running too much.
- When I was a bodybuilder I used to do this with old bicycle tubes…and now for thousands of dollars, you can too.
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April 13-16, 2015: Ben is speaking at New Media Expo, where the world's top bloggers, podcasters and content creators teach you how to make money by creating content online, and how to enhance your blog, your podcast, your videos and any other media you create online. Better yet, you can come and attend the conference, then join Ben at Spartan Vegas on April 17! Click here to register for New Media Expo and use code “bgreenfield20” to get 20% off the current pricing.
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As compiled, deciphered, edited and sometimes read by Brock Skywalker Armstrong, the Podcast Sidekick and Audio Ninja.
Fexaramine For Fat Loss
Sebastian says: He has been reading about this miracle weight loss pill called Fexaramine. He is curious what you think about it. He doesn't want to take it (he is not overweight) but he would like to know more about it.
Can Running Make Your Boobs Smaller?
Alexander says: His girlfriend wants to increase her running and aerobic exercise volume but is worried that her “really sexy boobs will start to decline.” What are you suggestions to help solve this problem?
Does Himalayan Salt Have Dangerous Amounts of Oxidized Iron?
Cathy says: She knows you are a big fan of eating mineral rich salt and she ‘gets that' but lately she has been hearing that the Himalayan salt is coloured pink because it contains iron that is oxidized. Wouldn't that make it unhealthy? How accurate is that?
Staying Fit During Long Road Trips
Dan says: He wants to know what you, Ben, would do if you had to drive 1000 miles in a car. He has to take a trip soon and wants to know how to minimize soreness, aches and pains and all that stuff. Would you take several days off prior to the trip and do a bunch of stretching and yoga or would you train hard the day before and call the trip a rest day? Side note: he has Lyme Disease and Leaky Gut. He is getting better but not there yet.
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