Now displaying: July, 2014
Jul 25, 2014
If you’re not already munching on something healthy right now, you’re going to be making a salad by the end of this episode! Leslie Durso, a vegan chef featured in the pages of People, MAXIM, Glamour and VegNews, shared a ton of motivating advice with us about embarking on an herbivorous diet. Leslie first became vegan at age 8 and she is so cool, funny and charming in this episode, she’s like a walking advertisement for eating your veggies. Listen to find out:
• Which foods you must ensure are organic vs. which foods you can let slide.
• How to eat healthy on-the-go.
• What happens to your body when you begin caring about what you’re feeding it.
Jul 18, 2014
Jasmine Schmalhaus (AKA Jazzy Things) joins us on today's podcast!
-Jasmine shares her secret to creating a healthy recipe for just about anything you crave.
-How even a moron could read her cookbook and make something delicious.
-If you want to succeed in the gym, you must accept failure. You only succeed if you fail. Mind Blown!
Find out how Jasmine left her corporate job to create a career from thin air, doing the thing she is most passionate about. Food!
Jeff cooks one of Jasmine's recipes, Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Protein Cakes, and stuffs his face during the entire podcast.
Jasmine admits, if she was only allowed to eat one meal for the rest of her life, it would have to be pan cakes. Rob says it's is his grandmother's Pasta Fagioli. We ignore that Jeff's favorite his Crab Cakes.
Things we talk about:
-Pre and Post Workout Foods
-Jasmine's training schedule while prepping for a show
-You must lift heavy weights to see major results
-Do you really need to use pre-workout energy drinks?
-Jasmine loves Honey-Nut Cheerios
-How do you keep your cravings in check?
-Eating the same meal every day, is very helpful for seeing results
-Competing in something is a great way to kickstart healthy habits
-We answer a bunch of questions from Jasmine's fans
Jazzy Things Website:
Jazzy Things E-Cookbook:
NPC Physique Competition:
Jul 13, 2014
In todays podcast the gang gets back together!
-Jeff's inner fat kid rears its ugly head while on vacation and Alek suggests N.C.I.S as a fitness motivator to get back on track.
-We discuss how pizza burritos are the best idea ever.
-Acting is a lucrative business as verified by residual checks.
Our interview with Sarah Ballantyne:
-Autoimmune disease and the difficulty with testing.
-Sarah's skin disease, Lichen planus (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lichen_planus)
-Can High intensity training inhibit the healing of, or even increase gut permeability?
-The Paleo Mom Website
-Sarah's Book: The Paleo Approach
This Awesome Podcast
Consulting with Sarah's Peeps
Bone Broth Recipe
-Functional, Preventative Medicine Physicians
-Sustainable, Well Sourced, Grass-Fed Meats
Jul 5, 2014
In this awesome episode of the Open Sky Fitness Podcast, we chat it up with Motivational Messenger, Preston Smiles about why it's so important to listen to your gut, how Alek has made the "choice" to fail as a writer and why getting naked in front of hundreds of people will help you with your mommy issues.
Alek also tells about a book that he's going to write in 10 years, so if anyone wants to steal his idea, you have some time.
Rob finds out the importance of meditation and vows to start a new practice. He's probably full of shit. We'll have to wait and see.
Lastly, we read a review someone left for us on iTunes. Rob will send any person who leaves a review, that he end up reading on the show, a new Open Sky Fitness write band. Leave a review, listen to the show and if you hear your review read, email your home address to Rob and we'll send you an OSF wrist band.
Find everything you need to know about Preston Smiles and what he's working on here:
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