Casey Ruff has been a certified personal trainer since 2007. He successfully ran a metabolic testing program for a large gym and oversaw 13 programs in the west region. He has multiple certifications as a personal trainer, lifestyle coach, and performance enhancement specialist.
With his nutrition coaching certifications, he specializes in low-carbohydrate lifestyles, including ketogenic and carnivore diets. He has helped thousands of clients over sixteen years learn how to achieve their best lifestyle through movement, lifestyle management, and proper diet.
Together with Bethany, they created Boundless Body LLC during the 2020 pandemic. He is the host of two podcasts, Boundless Body Radio, and The How To Make a Podcast Podcast.
He lives in South Jordan, Utah, with his wife Bethany, and their two dogs Rex and Tucker and their cat Lily. In his free time, he loves to cycle, play hockey and paddleboard.
Casey’s Top Tips
- Move – be active.
- Move towards something in the animal based world – meat and animal products.
- Enjoy your life – find things you enjoy. Prioritse your health and fitness.
Body by Science: A Research Based Program for Strength Training, Body building, and Complete Fitness in 12 Minutes a Week – Doug McGuff MD
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Quotes by Casey Ruff
“The endurance athletes were able to perform longer and more comfortably.”
“If I give somebody the opposite and say focus on animal fats and proteins, eat to full satiety, don’t count anything – it is pretty much working for everybody.”
“Let’s assume it is wrong and let’s say all of you are going to die of heart disease, how many people would continue eating the way that you are eating?”
“Do you feel younger today than you did 6 years ago? I would expect you to say yes.”
“Ageing should be awesome.”
“Exercise is just not good for weight control.”
“There are so many people who cannot have that experience because they were told the wrong thing.”
“Coca Cola wants you to exercise.”
“Move towards something in the animal based world – meat and animal products.”
“Prioritising health and fitness will make you happier.”