"Most people don't go anywhere where it's uncomfortable... and we find the most growth as a human when we step outside our comfort zone."
On this week's episode of the Eat Green Make Green Podcast I sit down with professional distance runner Garrett Kenyon. Garrett has been tearing it up and I caught up with him fresh off a recent victory in Rochester, NY. We talk about Garrett's progression as a runner, why he went plant-based to improve his performance in college, why his plant-based diet and mindset are a massive competitive advantage, and how he's using his platform as an athlete to reduce suffering in the world and inspire conscious living. Every time Garrett steps up to the starting line, he's proving that not only do you not need animal products as a high-performing athlete, but they actually hinder your performance and health. Garrett is an incredibly inspiring dude and he's breaking down stereotypes stride by stride.