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Ben Greenfield Fitness: Fitness, Fat Loss and Performance advice

By Ben Greenfield: Fat Loss Coach, Nutritionist and Ironman Triathlete

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Free exercise, nutrition, weight loss, triathlon and wellness advice from BenGreenfieldFitness.com! Tune in to the latest health, fitness and multi-sport research, non run-ofFree exercise, nutrition, weight loss, triathlon and wellness advice from BenGreenfieldFitness.com! Tune in to the latest health, fitness and multi-sport research, non run-of-the-mill interviews with exercise and medicine professionals, and new cutting-edge content from the top personal trainer and wellness coach in the nation. Exercise, eat, swim, bike, run and live better. Go to BenGreenfieldFitness.com for the incredibly useful shownotes and for ALL episodes in our archives and the handy-dandy phone app, visit BenGreenfieldFitness.com/premium! This podcast includes fitness, nutrition, health, diet, wellness, workout, exercise, triathlon, Ironman, swimming, cycling, running, weight lifting, bodybuilding, Crossfit, Paleo, vegan, vegetarian, muscle gain and fat loss advice from America's top personal trainer.

Customer Reviews

Excellent podcast on fitness and nutrition!

Ben is an excellent coach and has helped me tremendously in my training for road races from 10k to Marathon distances. I'm looking forward to many more episodes of this podcast - packed with ton's of great content for us road runners and triathletes. It sounds like this podcast is geared toward fitness and nutrition enthusiasts as well. Keep it up Ben.

Some good info but not superhuman

Ben Greenfield is probably a really good person and my rating of 1 star is purely related to my experience listening to his podcast and I hope this is taken as constructive criticism. I have listened to about 10 podcasts and even in this short period of time I see a pattern; it seems like he is overly eager to be "superhuman" almost to a fault. Ben is human, he makes mistakes and I think people can learn more from his admitting he doesn't do all the stuff he says he does "every day". In just the 10 or so podcasts I listened to almost every one he is talking about some sort of test requiring specialized equipment, huge array of supplements, or some sort of new or bio-specific excercise; just about all of which that he claims he does "every day". Just isn't possible and honestly every time I hear him say "I do that" or "I do this Every Day" I tune out. I have listened to Ben on other podcasts and he is very agreable with the hosts and their philosophies (ie. vinnie tortorich, rich roll), but then you hear conflicting info on his own podcasts that seems to contradict what he said on their shows. He just doesn't seem to take a stand in any one area except over supplementation (better living through science as he calls it), he is trying to be everything to every listener and just isn't working for me. His nutritional advice is concerning to me, he has a supplement recommendation for every ailment. If you like technical jargon and a "book smart" approach to wellnes you might enjoy this podcast, but if you prefer a more realistic common sense apprach to training and wellness then I would't recoomend this podcast. Ben is quite accomplished and should be proud of where he is at in life. I have much respect for Ben as an athlete, but I have listened to his last podcast. Ben, you are human, admit you take hot showers once in a while and that you don't take all those "recommended" suplements on a daily basis and that once in a great while you do miss a morning meditation session... It's OK, people will probably like you better for it!!!!

Dishonest

Ben recommends supplements without disclosing when he receives a financial benefit from their sale. He recently did a premium podcast -- infomercial, really -- on a multivitamin sold by ThorneFX. A few days later ThorneFX issues a press release announcing that he's joined their advisory board. I don't know whether he is compensated for that, but at a minimum he should have disclosed that relationship. He didn't. That's at the very least unethical.