Oct 7, 2022
Casey Ryan Ruff (@casey_ryan_ruff) is a returning guest and probably my best podcast friend! Please check out his excellent first episode here. He’s the host of the Boundless Body Podcast - which I absolutely love and think everyone listening should check out. He puts out as many as 3 episodes a week - all with amazing guests and he’s an incredible interviewer. Casey has been a certified personal trainer since 2007. He successfully ran a metabolic testing program for a large gym, and oversaw 13 programs in the west region for his company. He has multiple certifications as a personal trainer, lifestyle coach, and performance enhancement specialist. With his nutrition coaching certifications, he specializes in low-carbohydrate lifestyles, including ketogenic and carnivore diets. He has helped thousands of clients over 13 years learn how to achieve their best lifestyle through movement, lifestyle management, and proper diet. He lives in South Jordan, Utah, with his wife Bethany, and their two dogs and two cats. In his free time, he loves to cycle, play hockey, walk, and paddleboard!
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