Using Data To Elevate Your Biohacking w. Quantified Bob (ep 49)

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Using Data To Elevate Your Biohacking w. Quantified Bob (ep 49)

This podcast featuring Bob Troia, aka “Quantified Bob”, is all about using data and metrics to elevate your biohacking.  Bob’s decade-long journey of relentlessly tracking metrics offers some amazing insight into how different biohacking tools, supplements, and lifestyle practices affect all things from weight to sleep to mood and all things in-between.  You can follow his journey on his blog QuantifiedBob.com!

About Quantified Bob (Bob Troia)

Bob Troia is a technology entrepreneur and citizen scientist who has been at the forefront of digital innovation and emerging technologies for two decades. A prominent voice of the biohacking and Quantified Self movements, “Quantified Bob” documents his data-driven personal optimization efforts at the intersection of citizen science, health and wellness, human performance, and longevity at QuantifiedBob.com.

In addition to speaking at leading international conferences, Bob has appeared on numerous media outlets, including CBS News Sunday Morning (USA), PBS NewsHour Weekend (USA), National Geographic Explorer (USA), CBC (Canada), and SBS-TV (South Korea); in magazines, such as Fast Company (USA), Men’s Fitness (USA), and Outside (USA); and on many leading health and wellness podcasts.

Bob is also co-founder of Awesome Labs (https://isjustawesome.com), a health, wellness, and emerging technology studio.

Topics Discussed

  • Quantified Bob
  • QuantifiedBob.com
  • Biohacking Congress Free Ticket
  • Former software engineer
  • The Quantified-Self Movement w. Tim Ferris
  • It’s easy to overreact to specific metrics.. better to look at trends
  • Continuous Glucose Monitors
  • Lumen
  • The Story that HRV tells
  • Different Lab Tests
  • https://isjustawesome.com/
  • Instagram: Quantified Bob
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Author

Erik Abramowitz is a health coach, certified nutritional therapist, and biohacker. He is an advocate for nootropics and believes in using science to improve people's lives. Erik is also a new dad and loves spending time with his son. Before becoming a health coach, Erik was a stand-up comedian. He toured the country and performed at some of the top comedy clubs. But, after getting married and having a child, Erik decided to pursue a more meaningful career path. Now, Erik helps others achieve their health goals through his coaching practice and online programs. He is passionate about helping people feel their best, both physically and mentally.

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