The internet is filled with fitness myths that promise quick fixes and magical solutions. From the carnivore diet to the “best exercise to make shredded abs!” – there’s a lot of 💩 out there.

So when UK-based Michael Ulloa (@michaelulloapt) came through my feed calling out lies on the internet – I knew I wanted to be friends and have him on the show.

Michael is a personal trainer and performance nutritionist with a unique talent for making health advice accessible and empowering for everyone, regardless of their fitness background.

And while we could have gone through the myths line by line, I wanted to empower you with your own BS detector.

So whether your feed is filled with the carnivore diet or some other nonsense – if you’re ready to bust some myths, today’s episode is for you!

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 What you’ll lean from this episode:

  • How to spot BS on the internet
  • Why “it depends” is the best phrase to look for
  • How to bridge the gap between fitness professionals and regular people just wanting to move better and feel better

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