Jackson Long on exercise physiology, sports nutrition, and cycling

The first true episode of the Thought For Food Podcast, in episode 1 we launch into the life of the young co-host of the show, Jackson Long. An Integrative Physiology and public health student graduating from CU Boulder in the spring, an avid endurance cyclist and runner, and passionate advocate of a plant-based lifestyle, Jackson gets excited to talk about his life as a college student. We cover topics like:

Exercise physiology

Suffering the effects of poor nutrition on cycling performance

Traveling and racing bikes

What a typical day looks like

Future goals and what motivates him

It's a fun conversation that should give you guys a bit of a background on Jackson. Thanks for listening!

SHOW NOTES

Jackson's site and social media:

www.JLendurance.com
Instagram: @jacksonlong
Twitter: @jacksonlong

 

Aaron's site and social media:

www.theplantbasedrn.com
Instagram: @theplantbasedrn
Twitter: @theplantbasedrn

Documentaries: Forks Over Knives, Cowspiracy, Racing Extinction

Contact us: thoughtforfoodpodcast@gmail.com

Follow us on Snapchat! @TFFlifestyle

Music by Peter Kuli: www.soundcloud.com/peterkuli

Introduction to Thought For Food

Here we go. The maiden voyage of the Thought For Food Podcast, a show about educating and inspiring the public on the benefits of a plant-based lifestyle to improve the health of humans, animals, and the planet. TFF is hosted by Jackson Long and Aaron Stuber, two plant-based endurance athletes. In today’s episode we introduce the show by discussing our mission, vision, and goals. We couldn’t be more excited to finally get this project off the ground, and look forward to growing in 2016. Hope you enjoy!

SHOW NOTES

Jackson’s site and social media:

www.JLendurance.com
Instagram: @jacksonlong
Twitter: @jacksonlong

Aaron’s site and social media:

www.theplantbasedrn.com
Instagram: @theplantbasedrn
Twitter: @theplantbasedrn

Contact us: thoughtforfoodpodcast@gmail.com

Follow us on Snapchat! @TFFlifestyle

Music by Peter Kuli: www.soundcloud.com/peterkuli