Lesley Paterson; just another pretty face on the Off-Road circuit? I think not. It takes a special breed of athlete to be a 3X World Off-road Triathlon Champion.
This Scottish powerhouse has a resume so diverse, it's no wonder she excels at whatever she takes on, another reason to pay close attention to how she does it. Her experience and hobbies include rugby (And the only girl on the squad), competing all over the world for the British and Scottish triathlon teams, she earned a BA in Drama and a Masters in Theater, stared in 17+ independent films, Producing, Screenwriting and shes an author too.
In this video interview by BodyHealth Director Christopher Alexander, Lesley talks about her passionate relationship to BodyHealth products, the importance of them in her training, and key tips to get the most out of your training.
Why Lesley Paterson uses BodyHealth Products:
Leslie's BodyHealth Product Regimen (Use code "TRYUS20" for $20 off your first order of $50 or more.)
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Your own metabolism is killing you.
The incomprehensible bazillions of biochemical reactions firing off every nanosecond in every one of your cells have consequences.
Because there is no free lunch.
Not even in biology. The truth is...
There is a master anabolic switch hidden deep inside your cells. It unlocks rapid muscle growth, stimulates tissue repair, activates your immune system, and generally makes us stronger and more capable.
It’s known as “mTOR.”
You may have heard of it in the bodybuilding and biohacking worlds.
However, this master anabolic switch is not as straightforward as some might like you to believe.
The equation is more complicated than mTOR = more muscle gain.
The following is adapted from The Search for the Perfect Protein.
At our clinic, the LifeWorks Wellness Center, we have many clients—male and female—who have problems with low energy, depression, and insomnia. With these patients, we’ll measure neurotransmitter levels, which include serotonin, dopamine, GABA, glutamate, epinephrine, and norepinephrine. The results tell the same story:
Symptomatic patients have neurotransmitter levels far below the optimal standards.
Even when patients have been given prescription psych medications by their doctor, their levels remain low because the drugs do not correct the underlying cause.