This episode was recorded when I interviewed Jose Reyes of DAS Labs in episode 3, but was too long to fit in that episode. I asked him about each principle in Formula 7, and he gave some great nuggets and ideas on each principle.
In this episode I explain the principles in the book “Formula 7.” These are the most powerful principles of health. They are easy to do, there’s no difficult diet or regimen, and they apply to anybody, old or young, male or female. If you want to achieve better health, lose weight, and gain more vitality and higher fitness levels, then this episode is worth a listen! Note that this information is presented as educational in nature and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.
Intro, Jose’s back story. Spearheading the fastest growing GNC in the nation for 4 years. Moving on the DAS labs and creation of Bucked Up!
On workouts in general. 30 years ago a “workout” was perceived to be going to the gym and lifting weights… bench, squats etc., with long rest periods in between. Today, workouts are often high intensity (CrossFit, Zumba, HIIT, Insanity, Tabata etc.) and a lot of people are into endurance sports like triathlon, running, etc. Do you see a change in the way people workout today, and how they prepare for their workouts, compared to 20-30 years ago?
Jimmy Duggan is an English Jockey from Hillingdon, Middlesex
He completed over 3500 races, winning 311.
1 in 10 mounts falls in a race, from a height above 5 feet at 30-35 miles an hour. Jimmy has between 400-500 falls in his career.
Jimmy is also a well known face on American television, as the voice of steeplechasing and the leading steeplechase analyst in the country on TGB which broadcasted to 51,000,000 homes through their affiliation with Fox.
Dirobi owner Dave Sherwin has started the Dirobi Health Show!
Episode one explains the concept behind Dirobi… red pill, blue pill.
Inspired by the support questions and comments of tens of thousands of users, the podcast is designed to provide the latest in health information, myth busting, rapid weight loss tips, and support the information in Dave’s book, Formula 7, Seven Simple Principles for Phenomenal Health.
There’s a long-held belief that rapid weight loss is not sustainable. You’ve probably heard the standard 1-2 pounds of weight per week is the healthiest way to lose over time. You might also have heard that any rapid weight loss diet is “just a fad” and you’ll soon gain the weight back and then some.
But recent studies and our own personal experience with those using our Pounds and Inches Drops have shown the opposite of these beliefs: losing weight quickly is a better solution for people who want long-term health and weight loss results. And recent studies bear this out.
When using the terms “desert island,” things get real, really quick. They’re items that are CRUCIAL for health and survival, there’s no room for fluff and failures when you’re marooned with only a few items.
We don’t want to waste our time, money, energy, and possibly our health on supplements that aren’t going to give us the biggest bang for our buck. (or in this case, the biggest return on our health)
1. Drink more water! We all know it, but few do it consistently. Keep your water bottle with you, and drink half your body weight in ounces EVERY DAY! If you weigh 150, that’s 75 ounces. Easy to do, and free!