SNR #75: Armi Legge – The Reality of Dieting, Building Habits & Staying in Shape Whilst Travelling

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SNR #75: Armi Legge – The Reality of Dieting, Building Habits & Staying in Shape Whilst Travelling

Episode 75: Armi Legge of Evidence Mag is on the show to discuss why fat loss comes more difficult to some people, how to stay in shape whilst travelling, how to build habits and the place of fitness in your overall life.

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Guest Bio

Armi Legge 

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Armi writes excellent health and fitness material over on his site EvidenceMag.com, where much of it has a focus on diet and training for body composition.

Armi is a former national level triathlete.

 In this episode we discuss:

  • Why some people seem to be able to make progress easily whilst it’s a massive struggle for others
  • How to keep your diet and training whilst taking both short breaks and longer periods of travel
  • Why habit formation is the number one most important consideration for long-term progress
  • Why behavioural psychology is the future of fitness
  • Armi’s top book recommendations
  • Where fitness fits into our overall lives and happiness

Links & Resources:

Evidence Mag

Armi’s Twitter

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The Hybrid Athlete

Juggernaut Training Systems

The Art of Lifting and The Science of Lifting – Greg Nuckols

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Laura Hillenbrand – Seabiscuit

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