Matt and Doug are back live on Twitter, joined this time by everyone's favorite ultrarunner and comedian, Jeffrey Binney.
They discuss the Impossible Meat controversy, surviving the 120-mile Trans Rockies Run, pickleball, and more.
How do you structure and plan your diet to keep it stress-free? In today's episode, Matt and Doug go live on Twitter Space to walk through nine healthy eating rules, how they fit into their lives, and why they might need some adjustments.
Want to join us live? The next Twitter Space will be recorded Tuesday, August 9th at 10:30 Eastern. Follow @NoMeatAthlete and @RockCreekRunner to join.
All the gurus love to talk about morning routines. Routines to make you more productive. Routines to make you happier. Routines to get you into the best shape of your life.
But do morning routines matter, and should a structured routine be your goal?
In today's episode, Matt and Doug try to answer that question.
What does it take to get in the best health and fitness of your life?
In today's episode, Matt Tullman chats with vegan nutritionist Fritz Horstmann on how to optimize your diet and lifestyle to reach your health goals.
Run streaking, that is. In today's episode, Matt and Doug discuss the pros and cons of habit streaks, their experience with 50+ day streaks, and how they can transform the way you train, eat, and thrive.
Is there a health habit that you just can't seem to tackle? One that you know you struggle with, but can never seem to resolve?
That happens to all of us. In today's episode, Matt and Doug share their most challenging habits, and discuss ways that they could tackle them once and for all.
It is officially the first week of summer and like so many others, Matt and Doug are taking vacations. In today's episode, they share tips for maintaining healthy fitness and nutrition habits while on vacation, and share a warning for anyone listening.
In a special live edition of NMA Chats, Matt Tullman sits down with NYT Bestselling Author, Dr. Will Bulsiewicz, to discuss gluten, low histidine diet for migraines, the connection between food and mood, and more.
We've all been told to drink plenty and drink often when working out, but what role does hydration really play in performance? And is there more to it than just chugging water? In today's episode, Matt Tullman chats with Meridith Cass, the CEO of Nix Biosensors about how to properly hydrate for optimal athletic results.
From Kim Kardashian to the NYT bestseller list, there's a lot to talk about in today's episode. But what Matt and Doug are most excited about discussing is a new NFT project called STEPN, which pays you to exercise. Is this the future of fitness or a terrible idea that will quickly fizzle out?
Follow the path of just about every vegan athlete and they all have a few things in common. But for Matt and Doug, some of those "typical" vegan athlete habits or trends have fallen off. In today's episode, they share what they've stopped doing as vegan athletes, and why. Can you relate?
This episode starts with a simple question: What do plant-based athletes eat? Sounds straightforward enough...
But when you dig deeper, the question is really about macronutrients, weight loss, weight gain, and how to power your performance on plants. Today Matt and Doug address those topics while sharing their favorite go-to meals and recipes.
In today's episode, we bring back one of our most listened to episodes, where Doug chats with his wife Katie, a certified Yoga Therapist and 500-hour Registered Yoga Teacher, about how yoga can transform your life and how to get started.
Doug asks the many questions he had before his first class, and Katie shares how yoga can be a transformative and healing practice for all athletes.
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Doug takes his first trip to the metaverse, starts a new exercise streak, and denies science. Matt goes all-in on his new pull-up bar.
Today's episode is a clear reminder health and fitness habits can be a lot of fun. (And when they are, they're a lot more likely to stick.)
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Have a question about fueling, protein, or energy products? You're not alone! In today's episode, Matt and Doug begin working through the 11 most common questions about being a vegan athlete, starting with three big ones.
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Dr. Monica Aggarwal is a board-certified cardiologist, author, and athlete with rheumatoid arthritis. She's also a strong advocate for diet over drugs. In today's episode, Matt Tullman chats with Dr. Aggarwal about inflammation triggers, the importance of taking care of your stress levels, and her newly updated book, Body on Fire.
Training setbacks happen to all of us.
In today's episode, Matt gives us an update on his training (spoiler, there's a setback), and Doug shares his strategy for how to readjust when training doesn't go your way.
Anna Pippus, known for her recipes at Easy Animal Free, didn't start as a chef or cook, but instead as a lawyer, working on animal and human rights. It wasn't until people began asking what they could do to support her efforts that she began documenting her recipes.
In today's episode, Matt Tullman chats with Anna about the state of animal agriculture, her philosophy behind food, and how to manage a plant-based kitchen with a family.
After years of running, is still possible to improve your running form? In this episode, we discuss how Matt has gone back to the basics to injury-proof his form. Plus, Doug's fragile habits, habit environments, and what to do when everything goes south.
We love podcasts. We love audiobooks. We even love the news (well, Doug does, anyway). But when does it become too much? In today's episode, Doug shares a personal story of reaching his input breaking point, and why he and Matt believe more time spent thinking is critical for long-term health and well-being.
So you eat plants... Is that enough? In today's episode, Matt Tullman chats with bestselling author and leading plant-based doctor, Dr. Joel Fuhrman, on how to optimize your diet for longevity.
Inspired by the CrossFit Endurance principles and motivation for general strength and fitness, Matt is ditching the long slow miles for more intensity.
But will it work out? In today's episode, Matt and Doug discuss the pros and cons of CrossFit Endurance, and how this approach could work for you.