It Was All A Dream

Crazy ride @david_goodall and I have been on the last 3 years as well both took a massive risk leaving our comfort zone and source of income to fulfill a new dream fueled by purpose to serve others.

The potential I find we were missing out on based on limiting beliefs is crazy to reflect on as we manifest new dreams and some now that we have focused on our purpose, the life WE want and believe WE deserve, and continue to take non stop action even when times get tough.

It’s only a dream until it’s accomplished and if anyone that looks like you did anything you want, you have a blueprint. Take action, don’t give up, and be very very clear on what you want to accept in your life.

Josh P. 💚🧠✌️

3-26-19

Seems like I ride every 2 weeks on the day before a trip lately. 😂

I ride last night after 2 weeks of not riding and realized I have been riding a day or two every 2 weeks or so.

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Seems like I ride every 2 weeks on the day before a trip lately. 😂 . Still got it and feel solid even tho I’ve ridden about 5 days in the last 3 months. Years prior of countless hours riding and perfecting my craft is ingrained in my blood. The passion to ride my bike still fuels me but is a bit on the back burner as I follow my new passion and purpose. Don’t worry, I’m not done riding. I’ve just been working on new passions and businesses I’ve created. Kind of crazy to think what I’m doing today all stemmed from my BMX dream. What BMX taught me translates to all areas of life. I’m on a mission to share it with the world and let others know that if a broke kid with nothing but a dream can go from living in a closet to running his own business changing lives, then we can all succeed at what we put our minds to and believe we can accomplish. Our minds are all that stand in our way. Josh P. 💚🧠✌️ . #ProtectThisBrain . . . #braintumor #ketoathlete #lowcarbdiet #ketofam #brainhealth #bmx #ketogenicdiet #purposedriven #ketolife

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Still got it and feel solid even tho I’ve ridden about 5 days in the last 3 months.

Years prior of countless hours riding and perfecting my craft is ingrained in my blood. The passion to ride my bike still fuels me but is a bit on the back burner as I follow my new passion and purpose.

Don’t worry, I’m not done riding. I’ve just been working on new passions and businesses I’ve created. Kind of crazy to think what I’m doing today all stemmed from my BMX dream.

What BMX taught me translates to all areas of life. I’m on a mission to share it with the world and let others know that if a broke kid with nothing but a dream can go from living in a closet to running his own business changing lives, then we can all succeed at what we put our minds to and believe we can accomplish.

Our minds are all that stand in our way.

Josh P. 💚🧠✌️

Tampa 2-23-19

What an epic trip to Tampa with @ryanplowery meeting amazing people changing the world!

🔥Getting to share the stage with Ryan, @ketokarma @dannyvega.ms @spectrawellnesssolutions and @ecwestman, jet skis and beach, hanging with the @ketogeniccom crew, seeing a Lighting game, and so much more.

🙏🏼 Words can’t describe the level of gratitude I have for my life, all I’ve been through, all I’ll go through, the purpose I’ve found in my life, and the amazing people and times I find coming into my life by just following my heart and being me.

💚All of these people made me feel like family right away and that we’ve always been family and didn’t realize it.

🤓That’s what putting yourself in uncomfortable positions for a vision you believe in, that’s align with your purpose, and don’t stop grinding for the life you desire and deserve does for you.

💪🏽It may take time but deciding to rise above adversity, becoming conscious to the events life creates for you, being grateful for every single moment in your life (“good” or “bad”), pitting yourself our there, and building a tribe of loving and supportive people manifests the life you focus your energy on.

I am no one special. I don’t come from any upper hand. I didn’t have any advantages in my life than anyone reading this for the most part (I say this because I grew up with a family just making ends meet but somehow I got a BMX bike that changed my life).

I just created a vision, believed in that vision, and busted my ass to make it my reality.

If I can succeed and do the “impossible”, so can you. It’s all about perspective, choices, and perseverance.

Josh P. 💚🧠✌️

BMX Saved My Life

Had I not fallen and hit my head, I’d be dead.

Up until that moment, I was in and out of the doctors offices many times over the course of 2009.

I’d ask for scans and they’d deny me saying “you’re young, fit, and healthy. You just have headaches, which many people do, too, so it’s normal. Take these (pain pills) and come back if you need more.

Even tho I paid for health insurance and knew something was off, I accepted the doctors words as a finite truth. Seeing as I believed doctors know 100% what they’re talking about, I denied my gut feeling.

It wasn’t until suffering more and more, falling one day, and hitting my head did I receive the scan that accidentally found the tumor in my skull and gave me the opportunity to attempt to save my life.

I’m forever grateful for my experience and I share to allow you all to be empowered to have a voice in the world.

In any aspect of life, we all deserve a voice to be heard.

Josh P. 💚🧠✌️

Net Carbs

Do you track total or “net” carbs?

Tracking net carbs can actually be detrimental to our goals until we become fat-adapted.🧐

As it states, often times when people are not seeing success while on a ketogenic diet, or are new to a low-carb and ketogenic diet, net carbs can be the culprit to why they are not seeing the results they are looking for.

Net carbs can be the reason why people are hovering around that ketogenic state but not really getting into ketosis and not providing enough glucose for the brain to not be in a stressed state, leading to “survival mode” and not allowing body fat to be burned.

I personally recommend my clients, as well as those new to this way of eating, to stick to whole foods rather than the processed foods, even “Keto friendly” snacks that may contain certain fibers and sugar alcohols that do raise glucose in contrast to what most of believe about them.

I recommend to track total carbs so you can ensure exactly what’s being consumed and that there isn’t all the variables of sugar alcohols or tricky “fibers”.

-Josh P. 💚🧠✌️

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Keto Travel

Next flight: 10hrs to Honolulu, Hawaii and here is what I brought for if/when I get hungry on the flight as well as some for the 4 days I’ll be there along with what I will buy from the grocery store (avocados and full-fat coconut milk in the can). I also have my vitamins, probiotics, magnesium, and more fish packed with me 👌🏼

“Josh, I can’t eat KETO/ healthy because I travel for work”.

“Josh, I can’t eat KETO/healthy while flying”.

“Josh, eating KETO/healthy is too expensive and hard”.

These are some excuses I’ve had in the past and I commonly hear from people.

You know what YOU CAN do? Drop the excuses!

You know what is expensive? Cancer, disease, missing work, meds, surgeries, doctor visits, and hospital bills.

You know what is hard? Suffering on a daily basis, being sick, being inflamed, being overweight, headaches, watching your loved ones struggle mentally and physically, dealing with cancer and/or surgeries that could have been prevented, or even seeing your loved ones pass away from something that could be prevented.

It all comes to down to one simple question. Do YOU care about yourself and those that love you?

If you said “yes”, then you can make the choice to ditch the excuses, reach out for help, and become the change you want to see in your life and the world. If I can make the choice after where I came from in terms of poor food, soda, and alcohol consumption, YOU can too! Trust me. 💯💚✌️

Want to learn more about making changes TODAY to improve your brain’s health, remove excess body fat/weight, gain more energy, improve sleep and recovery, clear up inflammation and digestive issues, and putt cravings at bay all while worrying less about food and being less at risk for disease?

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-Josh P.

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They Say “Healthy Taste Bad”

I laugh when people say “eating healthy doesn’t taste good”.

Jackie made us a local grass-fed roast with cauliflower mash, and carrots for a stew before the cold temperatures went away to be replaced by the NC pollen 😂🙈

I used to get confused by what was “healthy” or not. Especially when it comes to animal products, which require so much more context because they can either be health promoting or health destructive. Same with plant foods. At the end of the day, there is no one way of eating that’s “healthy” for everyone. That said, earring local, organic, and as low-glycemic as you can is the best way to provide nourishment for every cell of your being.

Organic, gluten-free, vegan, paleo, non-gmo, etc. are just marketing. Do your research or talk to someone that has. It’s worth the investment to live a healthy and happy life free from guilt, shame, pain, anger, confusion, and hopelessness. 💚✌️

Oh! Did I mention this is cooked in grass-fed butter (@kerrygoldusa)? Another ignorant misconception I believed-that butter was bad for you. Well, if it’s grain-fed and filled with toxic hormones and antibiotics or refined polyunsaturated vegetable oils, then it’s pretty bad for you. 😂

-Josh P.

Push Your Limitations

How do you push your limits and increase your potential in life?

I never thought weight lifting would be apart of my life or even half of the role it plays in my life today.

I got into fitness after I blew out my knee in 2013. That’s what I call being “reactive” rather then being proactive”.

Today’s it’s a passion of mine. I love the health benefits, of course, but I also love the challenge mentally and physically, learning a new skill, how it supplements my riding very well, and how the risk factor is not as high as BMX but sill presents that mental and physical challenge.

That said, here is a face of joy and relief as I successfully cleaned my highest weight so far (88kilos) and got it after just missing it on the attempt prior. I’ve come a long way his last year of introducing Olympic lifting to my programming and mobility as played the biggest factor. I had some strength, and it does keep increasing, but my lack of mobility held me back so much in terms of technique and form, which determine how successful my lifts are.

I’ve been working hard with Jackie and 919Spine to correct that and have been stoked! 💚✌️

-Josh P.

Power Clean PR 3-14-18

Almost got in the 200pound club for power cleans today.

Hit a PR (88kilos) for power cleans after an 85 kilo cleans, and then just missing 88 before getting it. I’m liking week 1 of my new block from Coach Matt Hunter at Athletic Lab.

I’ve been working with Matt for a little over a year now and am getting more and more comfortable and strong with these Olympic lifts. Have more work to do to get this weight cleaner and advance. So stoked! 💯🙌🏼💪🏽

-JoshP.

Training vs. BMX

I’ve grown to love training over the years and recently was sharing why I love it so much beyond just the health benefits.

Training vs. bmx when your mind isn’t right is safer to me. Training has less risk than bmx. Both of them push me mentally and physically but if I’m not 100% feeling like riding, or am in a bad mode for whatever reason, I’d rather train.

I enjoy the aspect of pushing myself mentally and physically with both bmx and training. It’s just different with bmx if you’re not all in it because you can get fucked up.

I’m not competitively power lifting so the risk factor for my training is nothing compared to my level of risk riding as a professional bmx athlete, but I can still push my body and mind. 💚✌️

Why do you train?

-Josh P.