Predicting Championships With HRV, Training With Heart Rate Zones, The New Longevity Science | Don Moxley
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Once you learn to distill complicated science into its essence, you’ve developed a transferrable process useful to deeply understanding other subjects. Having taught athletes to improve their performance by focusing on recovery, our guest this week became interested in the longevity industry. He began studying cellular renewal and a process called autophagy.

Meet our guest

Don Moxley is Director of Applied Science and Brand Development at Longevity Labs Inc. in the United States. Dedicated to helping people live vibrant, fulfilling lives at all ages, Moxley draws upon his career as an athlete, a sports scientist, and an instructor to lead and educate on the science of autophagy and longevity. Throughout his life and career, Moxley has applied science to enhancing well-being. A former captain and Big 10 Championship winner with the Ohio State University wrestling team, Don served as the university’s first sports scientist.

By giving athletes the ability to track their progress in strength, cardiovascular, and resilience training, he helped the wrestling team win a national title and three Big 10 Championships. He has helped athletes achieve two Olympic medals, four World Championships, seven National Championships, and 23 All-Americans.

Thank you to our partners Key takeaways
  • The HR monitor is the single most important piece of equipment you can use as a biohacker or athlete
  • You cannot take the aggregation of scientific studies and know it'll work for you. There's too much diversity between individuals
  • Most people spend too much time training at a high intensity, and not enough at lower intensities
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Nick

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