Live Your Own Fit with Ironman World Champion Pete Jacobs! 065
Boundless Body Radio
Pete Jacobs knows all about how to enduring! He is the 2012 Ironman Triathlete World Champion! Today he is a health and performance coach who specializes in helping his clients facilitate world-class health, energy, and performance! He is the co-founder of Live Your Own Fit, a virtual health, wellness and performance coaching company that provides one-on-one and group coaching. He is also the host of the Live Your Own Fit Podcast. Pete’s resilience and knowledge stems from his own 25 year health journey, and now he has a mission to help as many people as possible to feel their energetic world-class self again! We are so grateful for him and his work, and for appearing on the show!Follow Pete at-IG- @petejjacobs @liveyourownfit FB- @petejjacobstriathlete @liveyourownfit TW- @petejjacobs YT- Live Your Own Fit liveyourownfit.competejjacobs.com
Dr Phil Maffetone interviewed by Pete Jacobs | LIVE YOUR OWN FIT PODCAST
Live Your Own Fit | LYF Performance
An Ironman triathlon World Champion asks a World Champions coach/clinician/pioneer about: The MAF Method, Aerobic Base Building, Adaptation and Capacity, How to Run Faster at Your Aerobic Heart Rate, How To Get healthy With Exercise and Diet, Fat Burning, Metabolism, Aerobic Endurance, Lifestyle, Holistic Health, Intuition, The Nervous System, How to be Competitive at any Age and So Much More! Phil Maffetone Since the 1970s, Dr. Phil Maffetone has warned against sugar addiction and carbohydrate intolerance along with pioneering the use of biofeedback via heart-rate monitoring devices. His approach has been proven successful by thousands of MAF devotees. Dr. Phil is committed to making the Maffetone Method available to everyone. Dr. Phil Maffetone’s credo is that “everyone is an athlete.” As a health and fitness trendsetter he has perhaps had more positive impact on a wider variety of people than anyone in modern history. From professional and Olympic athletes in virtually every sport, to average people from all walks of life. His system for achieving optimum human performance by tapping into the human body’s fat-burning system has helped millions of people achieve their goals in sports, business and life. During his two decades in private practice and beyond, Dr. Maffetone has been a respected pioneer in the field of complementary medicine, bringing the latest advances to health-care professionals around the world. He is an internationally recognized researcher, educator, clinician and author in the field of nutrition, exercise and sports medicine, and biofeedback. https://philmaffetone.com/about/ phil maffetone books ———– Live Your Own Fit is a Health Wellbeing and Performance Company founded by husband and wife duo Pete and Jaimielle Jacobs. Pete is a Performance Coach and Triathlete Ironman World Champion. Jaimielle is a Health Expert, Nutrition and Fitness Coach and Triathlete Champion Founders and Coaches of the: LYF Health and Performance Reset Program : https://liveyourownfit.com/coaching/lyof-12-week-program/ LYF Sports Performance Program https://liveyourownfit.com/coaching/ To Discover Your Ultimate Health and Performance, jump on complimentary Call with Jaimielle or Pete Jacobs today https://p.bttr.to/3dzkJok Sign Up To Receive our LYF Newsletter! http://eepurl.com/dkSFRn Their mission is to help you create the mind, body, and fitness you deserve through simple lifestyle changes. Thankyou so much for watching and subscribing to our channel. All feedback is welcome. Connect with us! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/liveyourownfit Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/liveyourown… Pete Jacobs Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/petejacobstr… Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/petejjacobs/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/petejjacobs Jaimielle Jacobs Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jaimiellejacobs Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jaimielleja… https://liveyourownfit.com email@example.com ———————————————————————————————————— DISCLAIMER: Please consult your doctor before starting any diet or exercise program. By using our videos, you understand and agree that neither Jacobs Tri Pty Ltd (trading as Live Your Own Fit) nor any persons associated with it have any liability to you for any injury or loss you may suffer in connection with any content we may post.
Become your own Superhero presents! Pete Jacobs - Ironman World Champion Triathlete + Coach + Carnivore
Become your own Superhero
Pete Jacobs is an Ironman World Champion Triathlete who has encountered his fair share of setbacks.After finishing 2nd in 2011, Pete returned in 2012 with greater skills of mindset and fitness that allowed him to win one of the most coveted one-day events on the planet, the HAWAII IRONMAN.Since he was 15yrs old, Pete struggled with fatigue and brain fog, but was able to manage the ups & downs over the next 15 years to achieve his dream.After that milestone, his symptoms grew worse, and Pete had to endure many dark months over several hard years while trying to find answers.Pete Jacobs is now one of the leading low carb athletes on the planet and understands more about the human body than he ever thought he could. The dark days are behind him, as he has learnt the answers to what HEALTH & PERFORMANCE requires at all levels. Combining his mindset skills as a World Champion Endurance athlete, along with knowledge of health & energy that he has implemented himself as he trains towards an epic comeback from the crippling symptoms, Pete’s passion is sharing that knowledge. He wants to help others avoid poor health, and live their best life.Facebook: @petejjacobs https://www.facebook.com/Petejjacobs/Instagram: @petejjacobs https://www.instagram.com/petejjacobs/?hl=enTwitter: @petejjacobs https://twitter.com/petejjacobs?lang=enLinked In: Pete Jacobs https://www.linkedin.com/in/jacobspete/Website: http://petejacobs.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/labanditchburn?fan_landing=true)
I first met Pete at the 2019 Low Carb Down Under conference on the Gold Coast in September. Pete's story is incredible. A world champion athlete afflicted with chronic fatigue and auto immune conditions. No one could help. He tried for years to find some answers. Finally he did get help, and it came in the form of a carnivore diet. An athlete fuelling on no carbs? How can that be possible? Listen to find out. To contact Pete: www.liveyorownfit.com @liveyourownfit @petejjacobs @jaimiellejacobs * To contact Tracey, Health Coach for Mind & Body: Website: http://www.traceymcbeath.com.au Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Low Carb Long Weekend Women's Virtual Summit Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2294679610830033/ Tracey's Private Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/lowcarblounge/ FREE Resources: http://bit.ly/FREERESOURCESLIBRARY If you are a health practitioner and are interested in learning how to bring low carb in to your practice, the Nutrition Network has a number of programs to help. For GP's; Dietitians; Nurses and Health Coaches. The Nutrition Network is run by the Noakes Foundation. To learn more, click here: http://bit.ly/nutritionnetwork
EPISODE 73 - Pete Jacobs: Developing a World Champion Mindset
Access Potential Podcast
Pete Jacobs is a world champion ironman triathlete, coach and business owner.He's been racing Iron-distance triathlons since he was 18, and won the gruelling title in Hawaii in 2012. Pete continues to race.I met Pete in 2009 and he became a great friend over the years. There is a lot of value in this episode as we dive deep into Pete's mindset to unlock how he thinks about setting goals, perception, sacrifice and more.This episode transcends sport, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
2012 Ironman World Champion Pete Jacobs is a fascinating person to both interview and listen to. Pete was originally a landscape gardener before he became a professional athlete at the age of 21. He won in Kona when he was 30, by which point he had done an incredible 30 Ironman races, including finishing 2nd in 2011 and recording the 3rd fastest marathon in the race’s history with a 2h41m05 in 2010. After 2012, he was very public about his on-going battle with fatigue, something he has dealt with since he was a teenager. He’s had loads of tests done and he has tried various different diets to reduce inflammation from foods and he is currently a strict carnivore – his diet is JUST meat. You'll hear:*Why training LESS helped him to become World Champion*If a meat only diet leaves him constipated*His advice for staying mentally strong and focussed on good run technique during the run leg of a triathlon. *His hopes to get back to the pointy end of racing. You can make your own mind up about whether you agree with what he says or not, but the message to take from it is we are all different and the training and diet that works for one person, might not be right for you and comparing yourself to others is pretty pointless.Like what you heard?If you liked this episode please share it with a friend, if you could get involved on social media, by following @Insidetrishow on twitter and Instagram, commenting and sharing posts, that would be lovely.Connect with Pete via his website, Instagram or twitterWHO IS HELEN MURRAY?It's a good question! Head over to her website and you'll find all you need to know.HELEN GETS INTERVIEWED!Listen to the recent interview I did with Tri Oraklet here: https://soundcloud.com/tri-oraklet/helen-murray-inside-tri-showSUPPORT THE SHOW BY SHARING ITPlease support the show by sharing it with a friend, telling them about it and spreading the word and get involved on social media. Inside Tri Show is on Twitter and Instagram.BECOME A PATREONTo help me to continue to bring you the best interviews in triathlon, why not become a patreon and buy me a coffee every so often and join my growing list of coffee and vino buddies at www.patreon.com/insidetrishow ?POWERED BY 33 FUELThis week's show is powered by 33 Fuel who use delicious natural ingredients to make everything from unique energy gels to awesome protein, mighty greens to all-natural carb blends. Use the code INSIDETRI33 for a discount at checkout at www.33fuel.com. Why not treat yourself to a vegan winter performance bundle?FRIEND OF THE SHOWKomfuel - like a pic' n mix of sports nutrition through your letterbox! Pick n Mix from your favourite sports nutrition brands, buy in bulk or in the quantities you want to create your own fuel pack delivered straight to your door from Komfuel. Listeners can get 20% off all orders or advance sweat tests using the code: INSIDETRI at www.komfuel.co.ukINTERVIEW TIME LINE* (not the whole episode)01:00 I wouldn’t change anything and I feel like I’m the start of the climb of a new mountain that nobody has climbed before. 02:00 explains how he started to struggle with fatigue when he was 15 years old and he couldn’t concentrate in class. 04:00 Talks about having a genetic predisposition to endurance sports and fat burning and how when he was 18 or 19 he found the longer the race, the more he enjoyed it, but as he progressed, the fatigue did become more of a problem. 08:30: How he embraced doing less training and used that as his strength in preparation for Kona in 2012. “It wasn’t just about training as much as the others. I need to train as much as I can train and embrace doing it less.”09.50 – Did it require mental strength to do that?10.00 – I would know before the race if I was going to feel lousy. The first few warm up strokes of the swim. People say you probably wrote yourself off mentally, just from how you felt in the warm up. But mostly I would be optimistic, I would be on the start line thinking this feels good. And the mindset was always I’m going to do well here and the body is going to warm into it. 14.00 how has he coped mentally. I would come out of the fatigue and I would feel good and then there was always hope when I would see another doctor and there was a constant “I’m going to figure this out” 15.30 The changes he has made to his diet and how he started to cut out fibre, and now is carnivore, which effectively means his diet is mainly red meat. 19.00 he reveals he strayed away from his diet when he was racing in China this season. He ate an ice cream!!! 22.30 I ask Pete is his meat only diet leaves him feeling constipated. 24.00 – how he thinks he would fuel an Ironman if he were to do one now. 29.00 – how he didn’t eat meat with feet for a year. 32.00 he wants to be back in Kona and see what his body can do35.00 – can he get back to the 2012 level? “ I think I can be better”38.30 – question about running from Jo Gundle44.00 how his running mantra was LOVE LOVE LOVE49.00 what 3 things would he have in his cave. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Episode #279: Pete Jacobs fueling and training as a Low Carb Athlete
The Low Carb Athlete Podcast
Today we get to hear another story of someone that discovered the benefits of being low carb and fat adaptive. This time it’s Pete Jacobs, a professional athlete and winner of the 2012 Ironman Hawaii competition. Pete says that one of his easiest Ironman competitions was when he performed on just a bit of honey and water. He stayed on a low carb diet for years after, but the health issues he had since a teenager were not going away. He explains how this led to him taking a break from competing in 2018 and fills us in on what has happened since then. Pete shares his thoughts on the carnivore diet before talking about why bodybuilders need different foods than endurance athletes. He also brings up why, in some cases, vegetables have become the new soda and chocolate. Pete Jacobs: http://petejacobs.com/
This week on the WarriorU Podcast Bram talks to professional triathlete, Pete Jacobs.Pete is a previous winner of the Iron Man World Championship race in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii winning the event in 2012. This is made all the more remarkable when you hear that he is not only self-coached, but that Pete also lives with a type of chronic fatigue.Bram and Pete discuss low carbohydrate diets, shifting from low carb to the keto diet and then onto the even more extreme carnivore diet. They also discuss learned patterns and how these effect an athlete’s choices; and in addition to all of this, Pete shares his understanding on what it takes to build mental toughness.Pete isn’t out there in the wilderness with his views on low carb racing either. As a professional triathlete and 2012 World Champion he has access to many and varied brilliant people within the sport and nutrition communities, Dr Tim Noakes and Dr Phil Maffetone; as examples.Hey gang, this is a great episode if you're interested in why some foods make you feel the way they do and if you would like to start a journey of dietary self discovery. Warning though - I'm still confused as to my own personal relationship with food. Bram Connolly. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to the Human Performance Outliers Podcast with hosts Dr. Shawn Baker and Zach Bitter. In this episode, Pete Jacobs joined the show. Pete is an accomplished triathlete with a host of successful races; including winning the Hawaii Ironman World Championships in 2012. Pete has struggled with histamine intolerance and has identified a carnivorous approach to getting him back in the water and on the bike and road. Episode Sponsor: Butcher Box - https://butcherbox.com Promo code "HPO" at checkout for 20% off. Episode Sponsor: Fat Snax – https://fatsnax/hpo promo code: HPO for 5% off Consider supporting us: - https://www.patreon.com/HPOpodcast or https://www.paypal.me/hpopod DR. SHAWN BAKER'S BOOK "The Carnivore Diet" Amazon and Barnes and Noble Instagram handles: @shawnbaker1967, @zachbitter, @petejjacobs Twitter handles: @SBakerMD, @zbitter, @petejjacobs Facebook handles: Shawn Baker, @zach.bitter, Website URLs: https://zachbitter.com , https://shawn-baker.com, and http://petejacobs.com/ YouTube: Zach (https://www.youtube.com/c/ZachBitterUltra) Shawn (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5apkKkeZQXRSDbqSalG8CQ) If you would like to set up a consult call with either Zach or Shawn, you can schedule with Zach at https://calendly.com/zbittercoaching and with Shawn at https://shawn-baker.com/consultation/. If you would like to contact the show, please send