About a year and half ago, my friend Timothy Harrington started bugging me, doing his best to convince me to try this new product he was involved with called ASEA. “Sorry buddy. Never heard of it. Not interested.” I politely replied, rejecting the offer. “Just take a look. Studies on athletes have shown that it can significantly increase aerobic capacity in endurance athletes and decrease recovery time between workouts. I think this could really benefit you.” Whatever. I’ve heard it...
Posts by admin:
No milk, no cheese, no eggs, no meat….Just meditation. And peace. Red lentils. Chick peas. Good workout. Good sleep. More sunshine, light breeze….. Happy Monday.
There is yet another great piece on CNN.com today discussing the health benefits of a plant-based diet and the positive effects that the documentary FORKS OVER KNIVES is already having on the general viewing public – even before it has officially hit the theatres. Check out the perspectives of T. Colin Campbell (co-author of THE CHINA STUDY), Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn (author of HOW TO PREVENT AND REVERSE HEART DISEASE), Rip Esselstyn (former All-American swimmer, pro triathlete and author of THE...
Note from Rich: This post was written by my wife Julie shortly after our return from Ultraman in 2009. For some reason, the document got lost in the shuffle and ironically was never published; I just uncovered it now. I realize the past is the past and this is now ancient history. After all, the post recaps events that transpired almost a year and a half ago. However, I decided to nonetheless publish it, as Julie offers a very unique...
Rich Roll, Ben Bostrom & Stu Bone Ride Mt. Baldy
"No Meat Athlete Marathon Roadmap: The Vegetarian Guide to Conquering Your First 26.2" by Matt Frazier
Part 3 (of 3) of Vegan Ultraman Rich Roll's interview with Supreme Master TV
Vegan Ultraman RIch Roll discusses training, nutrition and life with Supreme Master TV (Part 1 of 3)
Vegan Ultraman Rich Roll welcomes you to plant-based Holiday Cooking
MindBodyGreen.com asks Rich Roll, Bob Harper, Brendan Brazier, Rip Esselstyn and Mike Anderson: "What is the biggest misconception about eating a plant-based diet?"