In episode #13 we are learning how to optimize fitness in all stages of life with Dr. Matt Angove. Dr. Matt is a board certified Naturopathic Physician. He received his medical training at Bastyr University. He is also a certified personal trainer. Today he practices in Washington State where he’s seen over 10,000 patients. His wife Amadea is also a board certified naturopathic physician and acupuncturist- basically he has an accountability partner for life. One of Dr. Matt’s passions in life is seeing others reach their health potential! He’s a dad of 5 little girls, and loves staying active with them. If he’s not seeing patients or hanging with his family, he’s probably working out- one of his favorite things to do. He loves fitness in all it’s forms. Today we are picking his brain about exercise and fitness and answering the common questions.
Connect With Dr. Matt-
- Dr. Matt’s own health story
- His golden hour moment
- What exercise is best for women to start out with
- How we should balance cardio and weightlifting
- Ways we can support our bodies nutritionally before and after workouts
- Is it better to workout in the morning or at night
- What kind of excretes is beneficial for the adrenals or thyroid
- Tools and apps for fitness
Links Mentioned in This Episode-
Why We Love It?
- Goat whey has demonstrated positive anti-inflammatory effects in the digestive system. Cow whey has shown increased inflammatory effects.
- Cow whey is considered allergenic whereas goat whey is considered hypoallergenic.
- Whey protein is the “gold standard” for serious athletes. Goat whey is the “gold standard” of that “gold standard.”
- Goat whey is amazing for our immune systems, supporting lean muscle growth and repair, as well as optimal body composition.
- Goat whey has the full range of essential amino acids in ratios that best support the athlete in all of us
- It is really light and doesn’t ever makes us feel bloated. That’s because there is nothing added to fill up space, just the purest goat whey and flavoring.
- Activ Whey is a goat whey protein that comes from goats that are grassfed all the way through their lifecycle. There are zero antibiotics or hormones used on the goats or the vegetation they eat from.
- I personally know the creator and can vouch for the legitimacy of the protein and where it is sourced from.
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