Matt Frazier is the founder of No Meat Athlete, which holds a mission to provide world-class inspirational and educational experiences to support the growth and well-being of the plant-based athletic community. He is a runner, dad, husband, co-founder of Complement nutrition company, and best-selling author.
Chances are, if you are awake to the plant-based lifestyle, then you’ve heard of his most recent book, The Plant-Based Athlete. And perhaps you have listened to Matt, and his co-author Robert Cheeke talk about their game-changing creation, which is assisting athletes daily in feeling more confident about the switch to an entirely plant-based lifestyle.
Matt’s been on our radar for a while now and is one of the first people we looked to when we turned vegan almost a decade ago. We feel excited to bring you our conversation and hope that you take away some nuggets of gold for your life.
In this episode, we discuss:
- be an experiment of one
- the first time Matt hit “publish”
- faith in truth-telling
- habit brings ease
- taking a stance instead of diluting the message
- seven-year quest to qualify for Boston
- nothing is impossible anymore
- be good at not quitting
- the leap is about not knowing all the details
- goals and timelines
- loosening the grip on life
- frequent mistake when turning plant-based
- The Plant-Based Athlete
Podcast Production: Bares Records
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