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When it comes to eating healthy and losing weight, people think you have 3 choices: Struggle, suffer, or give in. Today on the podcast, I explain how you’re not stuck with struggling, suffering, and giving in, and how you can make healthy eating actually enjoyable and maybe even fun! The post 152. Struggling, Suffering, and Giving In appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
I think we can all agree that children need to play. Play is crucial for their brain development and their mental and emotional growth. But what about us adults? Should play be abandoned once we reach adulthood? In this episode of the podcast, I’ll be taking a deep dive into the importance of play and hopefully inspire you to integrate more play into your day-to-day life. The post 151. The Importance of Play appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
A lot of people find it very hard to change their diet. Why do they do it? Why can’t they change? They will say it’s because they have an “addictive personality.” Today I want to unpack this delicate topic and help you understand whether or not you have an addictive personality, and what you can do about it. The post 150. Do You Have an Addictive Personality? appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
There seems to be a bit of confusion out there in the endurance world when it comes to the terms “keto” and “fat-adapted.” So today on the podcast, I want to clear up all of this confusion and help answer the question, “keto vs. fat-adapted, which is better?” The post 149. Keto vs. Fat-Adapted – Which is Better? appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
There’s a time and place for carbs in your diet, but you need to understand how carbs affect you before you start piling all those sweet potatoes onto your plate. In this episode, I explain the importance of determining your carbohydrate tolerance so that you can lose weight, improve your endurance, and achieve all of your health and fitness goals. The post 148. Determining Your Carbohydrate Tolerance appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
Most of the people in this country eat a pretty terrible diet. So if you want to be different, meaning you want to be the healthiest human possible, you’re going to have to do things differently from most people. In this episode, I break down what’s considered “normal”, what’s not, and how bucking conventional wisdom might be the best possible thing you can do for yourself. The post 147. Bucking Conventional Wisdom appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
Many runners who set out to achieve big goals will get it into their heads that things should just be happening faster. They should be losing weight faster, their running should be improving more quickly, and those strength sessions at the gym should be paying off by now. In this episode, I talk about what happens when you believe everything should be happening faster, and what it looks like when you slow down and stay in the flow instead. The post 146. Slow Down and Stay in the Flow appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
I’ve been hearing a lot of stories lately from people in the low-carb athlete community who tend to adhere to an all-or-nothing mentality when it comes to diet and exercise. So in this episode of the podcast, I’ll explain why all or nothing is not always best, especially when it comes to nutrition and exercise for the fat-adapted athlete. The post 145. All or Nothing is Not Always Best appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
One of the most prevalent health issues facing us today is stress. The good news is that stress can be managed quite well. The bad news is that most people do a pretty terrible job of managing stress! In this episode, I’ll explain what stress actually is, how it might be affecting you positively or negatively, and what you can do to start handling stress like a badass. The post 144. Handling Stress Like a Badass appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
One nice thing about human beings is that no two of us are alike. We each have our own unique Model Of the World (MOW) based on our past experiences, belief systems, and upbringings. In this episode, I’m taking a look at how your unique Model Of the World can be harmful or helpful and why you might want to consider upgrading your Model Of the World. The post 143. Upgrading Your Model Of the World appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
If you’re like most people and you hear the words, “emotional eating” you probably picture a woman crying in bed eating a half-gallon of ice cream right out of the container. I know that’s what’s depicted in rom-com movies and on TV, but that image is just plain wrong. In this episode, I explain what emotional eating is, what it isn’t, and share what you can do to begin the process of overcoming emotional eating for good. The post 142. Overcoming Emotional Eating appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
If you are overweight, chances are it’s a problem of metabolism. Your metabolism is not working properly. By nature, animals (including humans) do not become overweight unless there is some kind of dysfunction happening in the body. So today, it’s all about how to fix your metabolism here on the Running Lean podcast. The post 141. How to Fix Your Metabolism appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
I know you’ve heard the definition of insanity is to keep doing the same things over and over again and expecting different results. Today, I get into what it looks like to stop doing the same things over and over again and start doing things differently because you have to do more to become more. The post 140. You Have to Do More to Become More appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
I’ll bet you’ve thought about eating healthy at one point or another in your life and then thought, nah…that’s going to be way too boring. Today on the podcast, I talk about the big lie - that eating healthy is so boring - and how you might be able to radically improve your health by rethinking how exciting your meals really need to be. The post 139. Eating Healthy Is So Boring! appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
Have you ever considered how alcohol might be negatively affecting you? Today I want to pose this question: “Is alcohol really working for you, or do you just act like it is?” In this episode, I tackle the big question of whether alcohol is actually working for you or against you. The post 138. Is Alcohol Really Working for You? appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
Most runners who set out to lose weight will probably make some mistakes along the way. So a big part of what I do now is to help runners NOT make those mistakes! Today on the podcast I’ll talk about the most common weight loss mistakes runners make, and what you can do to avoid making them. The post 137. The Most Common Weight Loss Mistakes Runners Make appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
Lots of runners come to me for help losing weight, getting stronger, and running faster. One common question that keeps coming up is, “How do I lose weight without all the discomfort?” So in this episode, I take a look at what it actually takes to reach a weight loss goal and the secret of how to avoid weight loss discomfort. The post 136. How to Avoid Weight Loss Discomfort appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
As a runner, you’ve probably been told that if you want to avoid hitting the wall, you need to consume a whole lot of one main fuel source - sugar. This approach does work for some, but for others it spells metabolic disaster, leading to incessant weight gain, insulin resistance, and a host of other health issues. In this episode of the podcast, you’ll learn exactly what metabolic flexibility is, the benefits of becoming metabolically flexible, and how to get started with it. The post 135. The Benefits of Becoming Metabolically Flexible appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
I coach a lot of runners who honestly want to change. But oftentimes there’s a big disconnect between what they WANT for themselves and what they actually DO. The problem isn’t a lack of desire or an absence of willpower, they’re just not living in integrity. In this episode of the podcast, I explore the art of living in integrity - what living in integrity looks like and how it can absolutely change your life. The post 134. The Art of Living in Integrity appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
I believe that each and every one of us has the ability to make a positive impact on this world. My hope is that you listen to this episode and then take action. I want to encourage you to do something today to start being an example to those around you, and then maybe, just maybe they will do the same. The post 133. Being an Example to Those Around You appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
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