To model someone getting astounding results in the area of physical performance, Tony turned to a man whose accomplishments are truly amazing. A man who ran miles in less than 12 days and holds the American record for distance in six days — miles. That man is Stu Mittleman. The reason? Elite athletes are generally built for short, fast movements and spend much of their lives training in an acid-producing, stressful, anaerobic state.
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In , after a successful 5-Year carrier as a college Instructor Stu and winning the US National Mile Run Championship for the third consecutive time setting an American record in each successive victory Stu became the first National Spokesman for Gatorade Thirst quencher.
From , Stu set five additional National records, most notably American records for the Mile Run 12 hours 56 min , and the Six-Day Race miles.
Stu 11 Days 20 Hours performance broke Siegfrieds record by over 16 hours! Soon after the completion of his 1, Mile World Record Run, Stu put a hold on his competitive running career and started his fitness training business. By , Stu had a huge following as a health and fitness coach, and opened up the Fitness Evaluation Center in downtown Manhattan. At Equinox, Stu had the honor and pleasure of working with such notable celebrities as: actor Billy Baldwin, model Elle Macpherson, and the late great sports journalist Dick Schaap.
During this period of time, Stu met the incredible Anthony Robbins. Stu and Tony instantly became friends and within months were working together at the newly designed Life Mastery University.
Stu finally completed his book, Slow Burn Harper Collins in Slow Burn details specific training, food choice, and mind set strategies that maximize energy, performance, and the ability to remain alert, focused, and productive for extended periods of time.
Stu did return to competitive running in and became the first and only American ever to win the prestigious 6-day race in La Rochelle, France.
Six years later, in the summer of , Stu decided to put his principles of endurance to the test, embarking on a 3,mile journey from San Diego to New York City. He finished in a remarkable 56 days!
Favorite Cheer! Stu Mittleman on Healthier Living Stu Mittleman, author of Slow Burn: Burn Fat Faster by Exercising Slower, is a fitness educator and record-setting endurance athlete with degrees in sports psychology and exercise physiology. He has set eight national and international records in long-distance running, including the 1,mile world record in In this interview, Mittleman explains how running can be an invigorating way to improve your health. What made you take up ultra-distance running? During college, I was running so much that people suggested I do marathons. I ended up doing surprisingly well in the first one, finishing in about two and half hours.
Stu Mittleman: Burning fat (not sugar) for 1000 miles
Slow Burn = slow read
Slow Burn: Burn Fat Faster By Exercising Slower