Super Human Feat: Purpose, Persistence, & Performance

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Posted on 9th June 2011 by admin in LivingFuelTV

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You can’t exercise your way out of a bad diet.

- Christian Isakson, 2011 Finisher of the EPIC5 Challenge

Dear Living Fuel Family,

The quote above was particulary compelling from a man who exercised over twelve hours per day for five straight days in completing the astonishing  EPIC5 Challenge— five individual iron distance triathlons (swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles, and run 26.2 miles) totaling over 700 grueling miles in five consecutive days on five different Hawaiian islands.

Today on LivingFuelTV, we continue our fascinating and inspiring conversation with ultra-endurance athlete Christian Isakson.  How do you train for such an event?  How important is recovery after hard exercise?  How can eating with intention help fuel your dreams and goals?  Learn the answers to these questions and also how you can apply principles Christian learned to help you on your personal race to Super Health!

Today’s episode again features scenic video footage of Christian on the roads and in the waters of Hawaii.

Click on the graphic below to watch.


Many of the principles that successfully fueled Christian in the EPIC5 Challenge, including the strategic use of protein and essential amino acids, can also help you achieve your weight optimization and wellness goals.  These insights are presented in my groundbreaking new book:

Packed with practical science, interesting history, and entertaining and inspiring stories, The Super Health Diet can accelerate you on your journey to Super Health.

Click on the book to the left for more information.

Here’s to your Super Health!

KC Craichy
Founder
Living Fuel


Super Human Feat: Meet Christian Isakson

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Posted on 26th May 2011 by admin in LivingFuelTV

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Dear Living Fuel Family,
Imagine starting your day at sunrise swimming 2.4 miles, then biking 112 miles, then running 26.2 miles back-to-back-to-back, crossing a finish line that night.  This is known as the Ironman triathlon and these races are held all around the world.  Professional Ironman triathletes finish in just over eight hours, with the “average” finisher completing this amazing test of endurance between 10-14 hours.
Now imagine completing an Ironman distance race for five consecutive days, on five different Hawaiian Islands.  Meet the EPIC5 Challenge and Living Fuel champion Christian Isakson who recently accomplished this Super Human Feat in Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii.
We sat down with Christian and discovered a man whose passions lie far beyond swim, bike, and run.  Today on LivingFuelTV we begin a series of fascinating interviews with Christian.  How did he do it?  What did he learn?  His answers will encourage, inspire, and motivate you and your whole family.
Click on the graphic below to join us.
Here’s to your Super Health!
KC Craichy
Founder/CEO
Living Fuel