Dallas Hartwig – What Really Matters to You
In this episode 2 of the Eva T. Strength and Conditioning podcast, I talk to Dallas Hartwig, co-founder of Whole9 and co-author of New York Times Bestsellers It Starts With Food and The Whole30 Book about his view on lifestyle choices and how they relate to health.
Dallas grew up in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. His interest in making the world a better place converged with his interest in science in college, when he received a BS in Anatomy & Physiology from Andrews University in 2000, and an MS in Physical Therapy in 2001. He became a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist in 2003, and has since accumulated many health and exercise-related certifications, and is on the Advisory Board for Paleo f(x) and the Athletic Advisory Board for Fitwall. Dallas is also on the Board of Editors and Reviewers for the International Journal of Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine.
He co-owned a strength and conditioning facility until co-founding Whole9 in 2009. The team has since turned Whole9 into one of the world’s premier Paleo-focused communities, and their site and original Whole30® program has grown to serve a million visitors a month.
In 2012, he co-authored the New York Times bestselling book It Starts With Food and founded his functional medicine practice. In his free time, Dallas rides his motorcycles, snowboards and mountain bikes, and travels both for personal enrichment and for Whole9 health & lifestyle seminars.
WE asked each expert/guest what their one MODERATE FITNESS METRIC WOULD BE?
- Micheal Rutherford – 5k walk in 50 minutes for men and 55 minutes for women (no treadmills).
- Dallas Hartwig – Body weight deadlift.
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