What The Fat (WTF)

What The Fat (WTF)

What the Fat (WTF) is hosted by cutting-edge researcher and author of The Ketogenic Bible, Dr. Ryan Lowery. Tune in to hear to discover tools for living the low carb lifestyle and hear from top experts in the field of ketogenic diets, biohacking, and optimal human performance... Show More
July 16, 2019 24 min

In this episode of What the Fat, I talk about my time in Las Vegas and racing exotic Supercars. I take my time on the track and look at how I can apply each thing I learned from racing and put it towards my everyday life. It’s analogies like the ones I came across in racing that really push you forward in everyday situations. I give my top 5 takeaways from this experience and look at how each can help progress you forward.


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I had five major takeaways during my time racing exotic supercars in Las Vegas. Each analogy helped me gain more perspective on how to navigate not only the track but through life.


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Show Notes:

  • 1:00 The start of my trip to Las Vegas
  • 6:00 Racing exotic cars and the realizing I got more out of it than I thought
  •   6:50 Takeaway 1
  •   8:19 Takeaway 2
  • 11:55 Takeaway 3
  • 15:34 Takeaway 4
  • 17:32 Takeaway 5




    “Sometimes you have to go slow before you go fast.”


    “You can’t be afraid to press the gas.”


    “You always have to have your eyes ahead.”


    “At the end of the day you dictate your speed.”


    “You can’t be afraid to crash.”


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