Podcast Journey

Kaitlin and I started a podcast together after we started keto 3 and a half years ago. It was lots of fun and we were hoping to share our journey. Shortly thereafter I started a solo podcast on mindset.

We continued our keto podcast as I shared mindset tips on The Metaphysical Mindset podcast but after a while we discovered that with the ease of keto and the growing popularity of the diet that we were having difficulty presenting new and relevant information

It became difficult to continue with the keto podcast. In the meanwhile my little mindset podcast started monetizing, which I never expected.

At this point we decided to shut down the keto podcast and focus our efforts on my podcast. I renamed it, rebranded it and Kaitlin came on as my cohost.

We started The Hartt Healthy Lifestyle Podcast and started to incorporate lifestyle interviews with people we felt would bring value to our listeners. We have had on best selling authors, doctors and people who really have done amazing things that we felt would bring amazing value to our listeners. It’s been an amazing journey. We are still relatively small but interviewing amazing people has brought so much value to us and we love learning and sharing what we have learned.

Please follow our journey as we continue to bring value to those who value a healthy lifestyle.

We love and appreciate everyone who listens and enjoys our podcast and we hope you enjoy it.

Blood flow restriction explained

We are big proponents of BFR training

In the following interview Dr. Mike DeBord gives you the lowdown in blood flow restriction training

Click to go to the interview on our YouTube channel


Okay okay before we go thinking this is a Covid-19 post it’s absolutely not. As I did a short review of Ben Greenfield’s book Boundless and recently read Breath by James Nestor , both had a significant effect on my interest in co2 training.

I have had several years training with different breathing exercises from meditation, yoga, Kung Fu and breathing during fitness training. But this idea that increases in co2 tolerance could be beneficial to greater results in training along with an increase in red blood cell production and even cognitive benefits caught my attention

So I purchased a training mask to begin exploration. I have already spent a few weeks experimenting with breath techniques to get used to higher co2 levels by holding my exhaled breath longer and longer while making sure when I inhale that I am not taking an out of the ordinary inhale.

This will be an ongoing self experiment that I will combine with BFR bands training, cold thermogenesis and eventually a few other fringe biohacks in an attempt to see if I can increase my training gains and decrease my recovery time.

My goal is to be able to train harder and recover quickly. Yo while eating healthy during these self experiments to add lean mass and cut fat. I will let you know what happens and I will be documenting my journey.

Breasts and Why We Are So Determined to Cover Up?! — Kaitlin’s Take on Health, Family and Fitness

Breasts and Why We Are So Determined to Cover Up?! — Kaitlin’s Take on Health, Family and Fitness

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