Keto Happiness Show 3 Allan Misner talks to Rob Saunders



This episode Rob talks to Allan Misner of 40 Plus Fitness on lifestyle, Keto and beyond!

Welcome to our humble Podcast with me Rob Saunders, a 51-year-old Welsh Keto student of life.

Our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ketohappinessuk

The podcast is for educational purposes only. The ketogenic diet has many proven benefits, it’s still controversial. It works for me and maybe is not for everyone.. Discuss any changes in medication and relevant lifestyle changes with your doctor.

Allan Misner is a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Certified Personal Trainer and a Functional Aging Institute (FAI) Certified Functional Aging Specialist. Allan is the creator of the thriving 40+ Fitness Community, providing one-on-one and group fitness coaching, nutritional guidance, and personal training for clients over the age of 40. He is also the host of the 40+ Fitness Podcast, for which he has interviewed hundreds of health and wellness experts with a wide range of specialties.

Check out Allan’s dedicated Keto Happiness page at this link Click here

His Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/40plusfitnesspodcast/ 

Twitter https://twitter.com/40plusFitnessP

YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3hTAx0L62wT6JL04aQWu6Q

The Wellness Roadmap takes the reader step-by-step through a process that builds the strategies, tactics, and habits to reach all of their health and fitness goals. Rather than prescribe a one-size fits all, fixed-term diet or workout program, I help the reader develop a sustainable wellness lifestyle through food, sleep management, stress, and physical training.

The process starts with setting what I call the “Wellness GPS.” This tool gives readers the foundation they need to stick to their program without relying on willpower. They will set goals (that is mile markers) that move them closer and closer to wellness each day, week, and month. They know exactly where they need to go and have looked ahead to predict obstacles that might force them off their path.

Then the book explores the strategies and tactics that can be used to address the four core areas of wellness: Food, sleep, stress management, and physical training. Through focused learning and experimenting, readers identify what works for them individually and what does not. This gives them a user’s manual unique to their own personal needs and wants.

Finally, we look at the things that can cause a regression or back-sliding. Many people lose weight only to put it back on and more after they go off the “diet.” The Wellness Roadmap helps the reader ensure that this doesn’t happen by establishing the change the reader has made and holding on to the lifestyle that brought him or her there.


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