Lachlan and Gus Morton on Transcending Cycling Through the Adventure of Thereabouts

 

Lachlan and Gus Morton are just absolute legends in the world of cycling. Not simply because of their racing palmares, or the fact that Lachlan is one of the most gifted climbers in the world right now. No, what’s so intriguing and inspiring about these two brothers is their philosophy towards cycling. On one hand, they are both professional bike riders, racing at the highest level of the sport. And on the other side, they ride around in flannel shirts and bucket hats through the Outback, or from Boulder to Moab. Their mindset is one of adventure, of passion, and of not taking yourself too seriously. That’s why they created their documentary film series, Thereabouts. Thereabouts is about getting out of your comfort zone via the bicycle as the vehicle. Riding insane terrain and distances, while seeking adventure and camaraderie, and meeting with the locals.

First, a little background. Lachlan and Gus are two brothers from Australia, who grew up and rose quickly through the sport of cycling after moving to Boulder, Colorado at a young age. Lachlan found early success as a junior, taking a top 5 overall finish at the professional race Tour of Utah at just 18 years old. He then eventually signed with the WorldTour team Garmin-Sharp before having a terrible season and struggling with motivation, nearly quitting the sport. Gus was a promising junior rider as well, and had a professional contract lined up before suddenly deciding to walk away from the sport and instead pursuing a career in film (and paving the way for Thereabouts). Lachlan needed to reignite his love of the sport and invited Gus to get back on his bike and ride across the Outback in Australia in a soul-searching pilgrimage which turned into the first Thereabouts film. This kickstarted both of them deciding to race again for a U.S. based pro team together, and Lachlan, along with Gus’ help, took the biggest win of his career at the 2016 Tour of Utah, winning the final stage and the overall victory.

Since then, the two brothers have produced two more films, one from Boulder to Moab, and the latest, exploring Colombia. I had the honor and privilege of sitting down with these guys for a really engaging and thoughtful conversation about:

  • The history and evolution of Thereabouts
  • Stories and laughs from their recent trip to Colombia
  • What the adventure aspect of cycling means to them
  • Lachlan’s rise and struggles within the sport
  • His recount of that final stage of the 2016 Tour of Utah
  • What they want to accomplish with Thereabouts
  • What they have learned about each other through this process
  • How they balance the fun and adventure with the professionalism and seriousness of racing
  • And more!

I’m incredibly proud of this conversation and think you will really enjoy it, whether you’re a cyclist or not. I want to extend a massive thank you to Lachlan and Gus for joining me on Thought For Food, it was a really great experience to sit down with these two. I highly recommend checking these guys out on Instagram as well as watching their films (links are below). Check out the first 15 minutes or so of the conversation which I recorded on my camera and is up on the YouTube channel, or right here:

If you enjoyed this episode, it would mean a lot if you shared it on social media or with your friends and family. I really want to get this conversation out there so it would help us out a ton! Thank you so much for listening to the podcast, and let me know what you think by sending an email to tfflifestyle@gmail.com.

Eat plants. Do epic shit.

-Jackson


Do you get enough protein? Our new book, Dude, Where Do You Get Your Protein? is available now! Check it out at tfflifestyle.com/product/proteinbook and enjoy this amazing resource for everything there is to know about protein.

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Show Notes

Thereabouts:

http://www.thereabouts.com.au/

‘Thereabouts’

Thereabouts Reprise

Thereabouts 3: Discovering Colombia

Lachlan and Gus on social media:

Instagram: @lachlanmorton & @thatisgus

 

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Follow Jackson on Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/54401

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Photo by:

Scott Mitchell and Gus Morton

2016 Year In Review


Wow, what a year. Exactly 365 days ago, we launched the Thought For Food Podcast, which has snowballed into a multifactorial lifestyle business. The journey has been incredible, and time has flown by insanely fast. In this episode, we take some time to reflect on what we accomplished, some of our favorite episodes, and the most profound things we learned. We couldn’t be more excited for the years to come!

In this conversation, we cover:

-What we accomplished, and some of our big milestones

-Jackson and Aaron’s top 3 favorite episodes (links down below)

-What we’ve learned through the process of starting Thought For Food

We are so incredibly grateful for the outpouring support from you, the listener. We couldn’t keep putting out fresh content almost every day without your encouragement and joined passion for making the world a better place. We’re so dedicated to providing inspiration and value to you, and hold ourselves to a very high standard with our content. It’s motivating to know it’s paying off, so THANK YOU SO MUCH! Enjoy the episode, and cheers to 2017.

-Jackson and Aaron


Thank you thank you thank you to everyone who has subscribed to the show on iTunes or wherever you consume podcasts, left a review on iTunes, shared the show with your friends and family, or given a nice comment on social media. This is such an easy and free way to support what we’re doing, yet is profound! We read each and every comment and review, so keep ’em coming!

If you want to go above and beyond, you can kick us some change by pledging your support on Patreon each month, which is a recurring crowd funding site dedicated to creators like us! It allows us to keep putting out the free content that you’re used to, but helps us to invest more money into improving the quality of the show through better equipment (every penny we make on Patreon goes to bettering our setup to make the content better for you!). You can also visit tfflifestyle.com/support to learn more and make a one-time donation.

Our new book, Dude, Where Do You Get Your Protein? is available now! Check it out at tfflifestyle.com/product/proteinbook and enjoy this amazing resource for everything there is to know about protein.

If you haven’t already, be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, Thought For Food TV, where we put up regular vlogs and other cool videos so you can get a behind the scenes look at TFF. It’s a lot of fun!

So much love for the support everyone, we seriously can’t thank you enough. We are coming up on a year doing this thing and have loved every minute of it, thanks to you. Keep spreading the inspiring message of healthy living, let’s create a paradigm shift together. Have an amazing rest of your week and thanks SO much for listening.


Show Notes

Favorite episodes:

 

What’s The Deal With Protein

Dr. Neal Barnard

Our Experience With Exercise Addiction

Liz Specht

Alastair Norcross

Why a Vegan Diet Isn’t a Panacea

Follow TFF:

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Support TFF: www.patreon.com/thoughtforfood

Twitter: @TFFlifestyle

Follow Jackson on Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/54401

Interested in coaching from Jackson and Aaron? Send us an email at tfflifestyle@gmail.com or click services on the website to learn more.

Music by:

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Too Much Fiber for Athletes, Cricket Bars, and China Study Debunked? | Q&A 005

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It’s time for another round of questions and answers. We absolutely love the format of interacting with our audience and (attempting) to answer your questions! This one was really fun. We talked about a wide range of topics, including questions like:

  • What are some low-fiber options for athletes experiencing GI distress?
  • Was the China Study debunked?
  • What’s your opinion on eating cricket bars?
  • Thoughts on nursing as a vegan?
  • And more!

The focus on this episode was interestingly GI issues, flatulence, and fiber. All important topics for plant-based people. We get into a lot of helpful conversation, and thank you to everyone that asked questions! If you want to get your question answered on the show, don’t be afraid to send us an email.

Our new book is now available! Check it out at tfflifestyle.com/product/proteinbook to pick it up in time for Christmas and New Year’s! Lots of great information and resource for the plant-based endurance athlete. We appreciate the support! 


Want to support the show and what TFF is doing? You can share our content with friends and family if you feel like they could get something out of our message. It would also help us out a ton if you left a quick review on the iTunes store, it really helps the podcast grow and reach more listeners (and it only takes 5 min)! If you want to go above and beyond, you can kick us some change by pledging your support on Patreon each month, which is a recurring crowd funding site dedicated to creators like us! It allows us to keep putting out the free content that you’re used to, but helps us to invest more money into improving the quality of the show through better equipment (every penny we make on Patreon goes to bettering our setup to make the content better for you!). You can also visit tfflifestyle.com/support to learn more and make a one-time donation.

If you haven’t already, be sure to check out our YouTube channel, Thought For Food TV, where we just posted a makeup tutorial. I’ll leave it at that for now. We also put up regular vlogs and other cool videos so you can get a behind the scenes look at TFF. It’s a lot of fun!

We really appreciate all the support guys, so don’t forget to follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter so we can engage more with all of our awesome supporters. This is such a fun thing we’re doing, and it’s even cooler that we are having a meaningful impact on people’s lives. So thanks!

Enjoy the show and go eat some plants.

-Jackson and Aaron

Show Notes

 

Mentioned resources:

China Study: http://www.vegsource.com/news/2010/07/china-study-author-colin-campbell-slaps-down-critic-denise-minger.html

Organic vs. conventional vegetables: http://nutritionfacts.org/video/are-organic-foods-more-nutritious

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Support TFF: www.patreon.com/thoughtforfood

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Dylan Steeples on Mindful Ultrarunning, Plant Power Podcasting, and Natural Hygiene

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Happy Thanksgiving! Super excited to share with you a really fun, lighthearted, and different conversation with you guys this week. My friend Dylan Steeples, a plant-powered ultrarunner, new podcast host, and believer in not taking showers, is getting serious about making an impact in the plant-based/vegan space. We connected through the power of social media, which is just super cool, because he lives in New Zealand! I’m definitely planning on going out and visiting him soon. I just felt very compelled to help Dylan out with getting some more listeners to his podcast, the Plant Power Podcast, which you should definitely check out. It’s similar to TFF in that he talks about plant-based nutrition, health, exercise, and he also gets into spirituality a bit more than we do. But in our conversation today, we talk about:

  • how he got started on a plant-based diet
  • his shift into ultrarunning
  • how he approaches training for running mindfully
  • what his experience has been with his podcast and where he wants to go with it
  • what natural hygiene is and why you shouldn’t take showers
  • and more!

We have a good time and some laughs of course, so we hope you enjoy the conversation! We were also just interviewed by Dylan for his podcast, which you can check out here: http://www.plantpower.co.nz/ppp-14-thought-for-food-hosts-on-being-a-plant-based-athlete-exercise-addiction-and-being-yourself/ and on iTunes!


We are also super excited to announce our new eBook, Dude, Where Do You Get Your Protein? The Complete Guide for the Plant-Based Endurance Athlete. We’ve been hard at work the last few weeks on this thing, and it’s almost ready for you to see! We have partnered with a well known plant-based athlete blog/website/podcast as part of their Black Friday Fitness Bundle, which will be live on Friday, November 25th. So get stoked! Stay tuned to our social channels for more information, but here’s a sneak peak photo:

protein-book-cover

Want to support the show? We have a few options for you! The easiest and most low cost way is to leave us a review on the iTunes store. It helps us tremendously and we love reading the great feedback you guys give. And we may even shout you out on the podcast if it’s especially good 😉

We are also on Patreon! If you really like us, and want us to continue putting out increasingly better content from podcasts to YouTube videos, please consider pledging anywhere from $1 to $50 per month! You get exclusive rewards and more one on one interaction with us and other Patrons, plus you are directly supporting what we do here. Every single penny we make on Patreon goes back into TFF to make the content better!

And finally, just following us on social media and leaving us nice comments is hugely helpful. Check us out on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube for some really cool content that is hopefully helpful!

Alright guys, thank you for joining us on this mission to change the world of nutrition and health, it really means a lot. Go eat some plants, and what’s your thought for food?

-Jackson and Aaron


Show Notes

Follow Dylan:

Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/plant-power-podcast/id1118864042?mt=2

Website: http://www.plantpower.co.nz/

Instagram: @plantpowernz

 


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YouTube Channel: Thought For Food TV

Support TFF: www.patreon.com/thoughtforfood

Twitter: @TFFlifestyle

Jackson on Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/54401

Interested in coaching from Jackson and Aaron? Send us an email at tfflifestyle@gmail.com or click services on the website to learn more.

Music by:

soundcloud.com/dcuttermusic

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The Struggles of the Outgoing Introvert


This week on the show, we’re doing something a little different. On one of the recent YouTube VLOGs, Jackson discussed how he is an outgoing introvert, a type of middle ground between extrovert and introvert. He had just discovered it after Aaron explained it to him, and the two of us decided it would be an interesting episode to discuss what it’s like to be an outgoing introvert. We found an interesting blog post describing the top 8 ways you’ll know if you’re an outgoing introvert and went through each, discussing our own experiences for each. We think a lot of our listeners can relate to what this topic, and it turned into a full on therapy session for the two of us.

We talk about things like:

  • being selectively social rather than anti-social
  • hating traditional systems
  • how our energy levels depend on the environment
  • how we can be the life of the party, once we warm up
  • and more!

It’s a hilarious and fun conversation that we hope you enjoy. If you can relate at all to what we talk about in the episode, definitely send us an email! We’d love to hear your thoughts on the subject, and if you liked the conversation.


We truly appreciate the support you guys give us on all things TFF. From leaving a review on the iTunes store to subscribing to our YouTube channel and leaving comments on the videos, it’s just so cool to be able to interact with you guys. We are also now on Patreon if you want to go the extra mile and get rewarded for it! Patreon is a super cool crowdfunding website that is made for content creators like us. You kick us some loose change each month, we give you exclusive support and attention. Legit! Plus, every penny we get on Patreon goes directly back into TFF in the form of equipment upgrades to make the content better for you. It’s a total win win situation.

If you have any other questions for us for future Q&A episodes, or just want to say hi, don’t hesitate to send us an email. We love hearing from you guys, and thank you again for listening. Go eat some plants, and what’s your thought for food?

-Jackson and Aaron


Show Notes

8 Signs You May Be an Outgoing Introvert


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Matt Ruscigno on Nutrition Science, Athletic Performance, and Keeping Vegans Honest

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We’ve talked about why a vegan diet isn’t a panacea for all that ails you, and that just because you go full level 9 vegan doesn’t mean you will become the world’s strongest athlete and you’ll never get sick again. That’s why we were excited to bring Matt Ruscigno on the show. Matt is a registered dietician and holds a Masters of Public Health from Loma Linda University. He’s also been an ethical vegan for 20 years. As a result, he’s both well versed in the science of nutrition, as well as the ethical concerns of diet. Matt keeps it real when it comes to the benefits of a plant-based lifestyle. Matt is also the Past-Chair of the Vegetarian Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and has completed many ultra-endurance events, including some 24 hour mountain bike races and ultramarathons. We really resonate with Matt’s approach to diet and nutrition, while still maintaining an awareness of the ethical and environmental concerns around eating animals. We talk to Matt about a lot of topics, including:

  • Nutrition conference culture and the perceptions surrounding vegan diets
  • Is a plant-based diet optimal for athletes?
  • Common claims vegans make and how to address them
  • His thoughts on activism and ways to promote plant-based lifestyles
  • How does exercise and stress management fit into health as a whole?
  • What’s coming in the pipeline for Matt
  • And more!

It was awesome to hang out with Matt for the day, going to the Hollywood Farmer’s Market by his house, and later checking out the Circle V event. Matt is a hugely credible source of knowledge and expertise when it comes to plant-based nutrition, so be sure to check out his website and vegan athlete series, Strongest Hearts.


Matt made an appearance on the TFF VLOG which you can watch here:

Thank you to everyone that has listened to the podcast and left a review on iTunes. It helps us out tremendously and makes our day to read all the wonderful reviews! Definitely be sure to check out our other videos on Thought For Food TV and hit subscribe! AND we’re excited to announce that we are officially on Patreon! Patreon is a really cool crowdfunding website that is recurring, a way for supporting creators like us. We get to offer really cool and exclusive rewards for your support so definitely go check out our page and let us know what you think. Our podcast and videos are and always will be free, so Patreon is for going the extra mile for support. Every penny of what we make on Patreon goes directly back into TFF in the form of equipment upgrades like better podcast microphones, cameras, and perhaps even a drone. It only makes the content better for you!

If you have questions that you’d like for us to answer on a future Q&A podcast, send them to tfflifestyle@gmail.com. Thank you so much for listening, go eat some plants, and what’s your thought for food?

-Jackson and Aaron


Show Notes

Follow Matt:

https://truelovehealth.com/

Strongest Hearts: http://www.strongesthearts.org/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/MattRuscigno

Instagram: @mattruscigno

http://www.bicycling.com/food/nutrition/how-make-tofu-doesnt-suck-seriously

http://www.bikeradar.com/gear/article/can-a-vegan-diet-work-for-cyclists-42982/


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Jackson on Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/54401

Interested in coaching from Jackson and Aaron? Send us an email at tfflifestyle@gmail.com or click services on the website to learn more.

Music by:

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Photo credit: Bicycling Magazine

Saturated Fat: What You Need To Know

Written by Jackson Long and Aaron Stuber

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Every time you hop on the internet, it seems there is conflicting nutrition advice coming from every direction. Bacon is good for you one day, then it causes cancer the next. One of the best examples in recent years is saturated fat. Time Magazine put butter on their cover recently, insisting that everything we claim to know about saturated fat is wrong.  But what does the science say? What’s the deal with saturated fat?

First off, what is saturated fat? It’s simply a chain of monoglycerides and fatty acids that are “saturated” with hydrogen atoms.  This makes saturated fats solid at room temperature (think bacon grease in a can after you let it cool down).  Most of the saturated fat in the western diet comes from animal products like butter, cheese, milk and meats.

We’ve known for over 50 years that as dietary saturated fat intake rises, so does your cholesterol, especially the bad kind.  In fact, this relationship is so consistent and reproducible that you can accurately predict the total rise in serum cholesterol based on the amount of saturated fat someone consumes using the Hegsted Equation. These results were found through hundreds of metabolic ward studies, where people are locked in a room for weeks with researchers who have total control over their nutritional intake.  That’s as accurate as nutrition studies get.

We also know that high total serum cholesterol is the primary risk factor for cardiovascular disease, our number one killer. Randomized controlled clinical trials, the gold standard of study design, have shown over and over that a reduction in saturated fat intake not only drastically lowers serum cholesterol but that it also reduces the risk of cardiac events like heart attacks. The most prestigious, governing scientific and public health bodies in the world are unanimously in favor of reducing or eliminating dietary saturated fat intake because of its clear role in the development of atherosclerotic disease.  So if there’s such a consensus in the scientific community, why are we still having this debate?

The primary reason is that the meat and dairy industries (and the Atkins Foundation) have done a masterful job of paying scientists (like Ronald M Krauss) to conduct meta analyses of cross-sectional studies which do not have the “power,” in statistical terms, to demonstrate statistically significant correlations between saturated fat intake and heart disease. This happens because cross-sectional studies, as opposed to controlled feeding experiments, are only designed to show a change in cholesterol based on dietary interventions.  Knowing the change in someones cholesterol after altering their diet, without knowing their total cholesterol level, makes it impossible to infer a relationship between that change and disease risk.  There are very clear relationships between total cholesterol levels and the manifestation of coronary artery disease, so much so that we can say with scientific accuracy that people with a total cholesterol under 150 (such as you might find in Sub-Saharan Africa) will be virtually disease free.  We can also predictably reverse coronary disease by getting saturated fat low enough.

There is nothing academically dishonest about doing cross-sectional studies of this kind; they show other relationships that are important.  The problem lies in the funding and publication of reviews that selectively and exclusively use this limited data.  The studies are set up to fail.  This is the sole intention of industry: confuse the public and remove their incentive to change by manufacturing doubt.  That was, after all, the MO of the tobacco industry in decades past.

Articles like the one in TIME and other major media outlets continue to stoke the fire of controversy and create mass appeal for leaders in the high fat/low carb world, who cash in on their contrarian point of view to the detriment of public health.  We might laugh if the stakes weren’t so high. Isn’t it time we looked critically at the evidence and stopped killing ourselves with food?  The beautiful thing about science is that it’s true, whether you believe it or not.

John Pierre on the Pillars of Health and Movement Over Exercise

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“Think good thoughts, do good deeds”

Sometimes you meet someone whose heart is just massive and you can’t comprehend the amount of service they’ve done for the world. John Pierre, or JP as he’s known, is one of those guys. From animal activism to being Ellen’s personal trainer, geriatric physical therapy to rescuing victims of sex trafficking, building an animal sanctuary from the ground up to teaching women’s self defense classes, JP does it all. In this episode, we dive into JP’s background plus all of this stuff and have a really stimulating conversation that will hopefully leave you with something valuable to bring into your own life. Some of the things you can look forward to in the conversation:

  • JP’s early adoption of a plant-based vegan diet and how that culture has shifted over time
  • Some stories from his work as a celebrity trainer working with people like Ellen Degeneres and Emily Deschanel
  • Why movement is more powerful than exercise
  • Why the three Pillars of Health are so important to living a healthy and happy life
  • How to integrate more functional habits into your life
  • And much more!

JP has become a friend of TFF and like we talk about in the beginning of the episode, was very integral in us starting a project like this. The three of us went on a long hike about a year ago and discussed how we could get more involved in the plant-based nutrition space, and here we are! We also have a really cool project in the works which involved JP and his new animal sanctuary, Living With Harmony, so stay tuned on that!

If you’re reading this post, you’re probably on our new website! Super super stoked about how it turned out and we hope you do too! It’s definitely a work in progress and isn’t finished yet, so we seriously value your feedback and criticisms to how everything is looking, and let us know if something is wrong!

Also let us know what you thought of the intro to today’s podcast. Did you find it too long? What did you think of the gratitude segment? We want to hear what you think and if you liked it. Thanks guys!

One more thing: Massive thank you to everyone who has left us a review on the iTunes store, we read each and every one so it’s greatly appreciated! Really helps us grow. And thank you to everyone who’s shared the podcast and TFF content with your friends and family and on social media, this is how we grow a movement and change paradigms, so it’s awesome to see! Keep doing what you’re doing guys, you are all amazing. Alright, Jackson and Aaron over and out, enjoy the show.

#goeatsomeplants


Show Notes

JP’s stuff:

Website

Living With Harmony 

His books: Pillars of Health and Strong, Savvy, Safe

Connect with JP: foodsforlifejp@yahoo.com

Connect with Thought For Food!

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Ask us a question for our next Q&A episode! thoughtforfoodpodcast@gmail.com

Interested in coaching from Jackson and Aaron? Send us an email to: tfflifestyle@gmail.com

Music by:

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