UltraMarathon Tips From the Fittest Man on the Planet Dean Karnazes

On today’s show Dr Fitness and the Fat Guy had on one of Dr Fitness’ inspirational heroes. Dean Karnazes. Dean has been called the fittest man on the planet by Men’s Fitness magazine and one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time magazine. He has inspired audiences around the country with stories of persistence and perseverance. He talks about unlocking an inner strength to achieve extraordinary results. His first book Ultramarathon Man was a National Bestseller. his most recent work 50/50 – How to Achieve Super Endurance is available now. Dean is an ultramarathoner who has completed 50 marathons in 50 days in each of the 50 states in the US. His effort was chronicled in both a movie and a book. Dean shared some funny stories from running the NY marathon as his final marathon. He was in the race that featured Lance Armstrong and P Diddy. He finished ahead of one of them and behind the other – you’ll have to listen to find out. Dean also shares some great tips to avoid overzealous dogs and other animals. Dean is also the founder of Karno Kids a group that is dedicated to getting kids moving and in shape. He really wants to help and inspire overweight kids. To learn more about what Dean is up please go to his website www.ultramarathonman.com and to learn more about his non profit organization please go to www.karnokids.org

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