Podcast #60: My Most Frequently Asked Vegan Coaching Questions Answered

Podcast #60: My Most Frequently Asked Vegan Coaching Questions Answered

I am so excited about this episode!!!!

And I fully admit that I am especially excited for completely selfish reasons... 

I say this because now, instead of having to consult the "FAQ" document I've been compiling (and copying/pasting from) over the years, I can simply forward this podcast to every confused client from here on out.

Yes, I'm sure it comes as no surprise to hear that many of my vegan clients always seem to have the same questions when it comes to their training and nutrition plans.

So on this unique episode of the podcast, instead of covering one random topic, we are clearing the air and I'm answering some of the most common vegan coaching questions I get asked on a regular basis.

Everything from preparing tempeh to optimal training times.  And of course, how to beat cravings PLUS the best vegan foods to eat before and after a workout.

Obviously I mention many of my fave vegan bodybuilding recipes on this episode.  So if you already listened to this podcast and you're here looking for the links mentioned, here they are in no particular order:

And of course, if you're wondering how to get your jacked, calloused hands on your own copy of my new cookbook, look no further.  It is HERE.

And finally, if you want to learn more about my homies at Elevate Nutrition: Jillian and Paul (or test out their awesome vegan supplement line) click HERE.

Paul and Jillian Salomone Elevate Nutrition vegan bodybuilders vegan powerlifter vegan bikini competitor

I told you they're really, REALLY good looking!

Of course there's more to life than being really, really, really ridiculously good looking!  It's called being a really, really, really ridiculously strong and muscular vegan!  And with that, let's get onto the episode already, shall we?!

Click the “play button” below to listen.  Or HERE to hear it on iTunes, HERE to listen in Google Play or HERE for Stitcher.

- Sam Shorkey, Jacked on the Beanstalk

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