Ep 16 – Ben Greenfield – Biohacking Injuries and Accelerated Healing

In today’s episode, I sit down with Ben Greenfield from Ben is the author of “Beyond Training”, and one of the thought leaders of luminaries in the biohacking space. Ben and I talked about all things recovery that are not just a recover quickly from an acute injury like a torn peck muscle.

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Ben and I also talked about how to recover faster from your workouts, “why is this important?” well, for one thing it takes us longer to recover from our workouts as we get older, but the more quickly and effectively you can recover, the harder you can train, the more frequently you can train, the longer you can train so that it’s easier to change your body. So you get more hours of productivity out of your work days.

That means when you get home from work, you have more energy to spend with your wife, kids, husband, boyfriend, girlfriend, so you’re just able to elevate yourself to a higher quality of life. We discuss topical anti-inflammatory. Electro-steam versus TENS units, peptides like TB 500 and BPC 157. The difference between ice without compression versus ice with compression, heart rate variability testing, infrared saunas, cold lasers and much, much, more. So without further ado, please sit back, relax, and enjoy my conversation with Ben Greenfield.


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