Hey team, welcome to the Epic Table podcast! If this is your first time here, this is a podcast dedicated to bringing on the world's most remarkable health experts and thought leaders to inspire you. Today we are joined by Nick Bare, Founder, and CEO of Bare Performance Nutrition, former army
Publish Date: Apr 08, 2021
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Hey team, welcome to the Epic Table podcast! If this is your first time here, this is a podcast dedicated to bringing on the world's most remarkable health experts and thought leaders to inspire you. Today we are joined by Nick Bare, Founder, and CEO of Bare Performance Nutrition, former army officer, host of The Bare Performance podcast, and YouTuber. Nick is also the author of “25 Hours a Day”. In today’s episode, We learn about Nick’s beginnings as a military officer and how he built a seven-figure business whilst on active duty! Nick touches on his experience being diagnosed with an eating disorder at a young age, and how that sparked his interest in fitness and nutrition. We also dive into Nick’s experience competing in the Austin marathon and the IronMan triathlon, and what motivated him to run a sub-3-hour marathon. Specifically, we discuss:The leadership skills Nick took away from being in the militaryWhat does it take to be an entrepreneur? How Nick built his business from the ground up whilst in the militaryHow and why Nick started a YouTube channelWhat is Intuitive Eating?The mental toll diet tracking can haveHow long is an ironman? How Nick ran an 11-hour IronmanWe learn about Nick’s relationship with food todayAnd what it means to have a healthy relationship with foodLinks: Nick’s Instagram Bare Performance Nutrition Instagram Check out Nick’s Book “25 Hours a day” BPN WebsiteThanks, Team!