“Life is a playground, a laboratory, a blank canvas. Immerse yourself in all of it.”
— Kellen Milad, Movement || Life

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About Kellen Milad

Kellen Milad is a Milwaukee-based health & fitness professional, and level 3 certified MovNat coach. He specializes in practical movement education, progressive fitness training methods, and integrative lifestyle strategies, and has experience working with a variety of populations – from athletes to seniors. His unique approach fuses his background in counseling psychology with extensive education and expertise in movement and nutrition. The result is a holistic approach that aligns both health & fitness to create a balanced lifestyle that is individualized to each person.

Website: http://www.movementparallelslife.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mke_free_mover/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kellenmiladcoaching

What You’ll Learn

  1. What is the difference between health & performance?
  2. Kellen’s top 3 exercises for busy men & women to get lean, strong, and fit.
  3. How Kellen eats to stay lean, strong, and energized.
  4. How Kellen drinks alcohol and stays lean.
  5. What does Kellen do to stay strong and flexible?

Highlights

  • Kellen’s passion for fitness started with the bodybuilding approach, which he credits for his muscular physique. But it evolved into free movement and functional training, which keeps him lean, strong, and flexible.
  • He follows a paleo diet and practices intermittent fasting, but isn’t rigid about his nutrition. Paleo provides the foundation, and he individualized his approach according to what he’s found works for him.
  • Water, alcohol, and coffee all have a place in his life, but he’s smart about his intake of all of those beverages. Water is the standard.
  • While Kellen isn’t rigid about his diet or training routine, he’s pretty structured about his sleep habits. Sleep is instrumental in staying healthy.
  • By incorporating more movement, and a variety of movements, staying flexible has come naturally. That being said, acupressure mats are a game-changer.
  • Topics Covered:

    (02:50) Kellen’s Background

    (08:50) Exercise

    (30:15) Nutrition Approach

    (42:30) Lifestyle

    Links Mentioned:

    Movnat
    Acupressure Mat

    Let us know what you think of this podcast (and if you want more) by leaving a comment below!

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    6 Comments

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      David Oct 05, 2016 - 10:33 #

      Awesome podcast!
      That dude is really cool!
      I’ll definitely spend time learning about his training and lifestyle philosophies through his websites.
      Also, you guys made a really cool pdf file for that transcript.Great work!
      Awesome stuff all around!

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        Marc Perry, CSCS, CPT Oct 08, 2016 - 18:58 #

        Hey David, I really appreciate the encouragement and pumped to hear you liked the podcast. Kellen is a really inspirational guy. Thanks again!

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      Dr. Ken Oct 09, 2016 - 16:12 #

      Marc…Wow! Kellen is on target…bottom line in two words..”Keep moving! I especially like his holistic approach involving natural movement. I am over twice his age and have basically incorporated his holistic philosophy most of my adult life. I work, play and try to continue learning and evolving. Really enjoyed this podcast..great job! Dr. Ken

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        Marc Perry, CSCS, CPT Oct 09, 2016 - 16:37 #

        Thanks for the comment, Ken! I really appreciate it. Totally agree with your takeaway

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      Laz Oct 10, 2016 - 13:03 #

      I really enjoyed this podcast! Thanks for sharing!

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        Kristin Oct 10, 2016 - 13:31 #

        Hi Laz,

        Really glad to hear that you enjoyed it!

        -Kristin, BuiltLean Coach & Managing Editor

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