Olympian turned NBC analyst, Bree Schaaf talks staying Bulletproof while at the Sochi Olympics last month. Bree has been competing in sliding sports for the past 12 years. Just now back from Russia, Bree’s on Bulletproof Radio to discuss skeleton bobsled racing, her kickass routine for high performance, how she recovered from hip surgery, selenium toxicity, and more. Hear about how she didn’t let even the TSA keep her from eating a Bulletproof Diet during the games.
The former Portland State University Volleyball player spent her first five years on ice as a skeleton athlete before becoming a bobsled pilot. Schaaf has earned 13 top-10 finishes on the World Cup circuit and finished fifth with brakeman Emily Azevedo at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games. Schaaf is the first American female to compete in both a Skeleton World Championships as well as Bobsled World Championships. Coming up just short at Olympic Trials this year, Schaaf not only be attended the Sochi 2014 Olympics as alternate, but made her NBC Olympics broadcast debut as a skeleton analyst and sliding sports correspondent.
· 0:10 – Cool Fact of the Day!
· 0:30 – Welcome Bree Schaff
· 1:01 – What is skeleton?
· 3:57 – Traveling to Russia with butter and MCT
· 8:25 – Bree’s routine for high performance
· 10:50 – Hip surgery recovery and Bulletproof
· 14:05 – Finding glutes under the “lady fat”
· 14:35 – Bio-hacking menstrual cycle
· 18:00 – Testosterone envy
· 19:10 – Competitive drive
· 23:30 – Karaoke flow state
· 26:30 – Cholesterol
· 27:00 – Selenium toxicity
· 29:40 – Mental training and meditation
· 39:05 – Top three recommendations for kicking more ass and being Bulletproof!
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