Mark Paulsen on Looking Ahead to a Healthy and Productive Life

Mark Paulsen evolved his NFL career into a passion - developing nutritional supplements and fuels that not only improve athletic performance, but contribute to a long and productive life. He founded The Wilderness Athlete, the authority on Outdoor Performance Nutrition®, to accomplish this mission and he has a great deal of wisdom to drop on us today. 

He starts by taking us behind the scenes in launching a nutrition and supplements products company from scratch and what that looks like, giving ys a peek into the good and bad in that industry and what to look for. He’s going to talk about muscle management and throwing the scale away. (I, in particular, liked this comment!)

After our conversation, he sent me a few things to try which I love so far! The green infusion tastes really good and feels like I’m getting tons of nutrients. The hydrate and recover drink is strawberry pomegranate and is awesome. (small print: no affiliation, no sponsorship here)

One last thing, I wanted to thank our mutual friend Steve Mckee for introducing us - if you have a guest or topic suggestion, please comment below or contact me

Where to find Mark:

The Wilderness Athlete

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