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Why You Need To Protect Your Joints If You Want to Live to Be 100 | Peter Attia on Health Theory

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Peter Attia, M.D., and founder of Attia Medical, PC, sits down with Tom to discuss what changes everyone should make in their life in order to build and extend the best quality of your physical and emotional durability as you age.

Show Notes
Preserving health and extending physical longevity [0:47]
Loading muscle vs. loading joints [2:20]
The new sport of becoming a kickass 100-year-old [3:27]
Minimizing suffering and training to be the best 100-year-old [4:42]
The physical results and consequences of aging [7:34]
Adapting your exercise to risk probability [9:28]
The VO2 max threshold [11:45]
Fast vs. slow orthopedic injuries that kill people [14:58]
The substantial risks of join overload [16:50]
Driving and alcohol as the biggest misjudgments of risk [17:46]
Caloric restriction offers considerable long-term benefits [21:31]
The truth about the Standard American Diet (S.A.D.) [22:45]
Investing in health over money [26:39]
Being cautious on teaching kids how to eat [28:36]
The Sunk Cost Fallacy [31:12]
Using insecurities as a mechanism to drive you [34:40]
Recognizing what your reactions actually mean [36:26]
Surround yourself with honest, patient people [41:40]
Being the best version of yourself for those you love [42:50]
We suffer in our heads more than in any other way [44:59]
Exercise, Sleep, Nutrition, Management of Distress [46:28]

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Nov 8, 2018

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Susie Queue
Susie Queue Hour ago
Oh I can’t bear it when the host starts sucking up, and gets all sweary and sincere! I’m out!
El Feliciano
El Feliciano 2 hours ago
Well, he already outlived Ayrton Senna and Banco Nacional for at least 20 years now. Just saying🤨
Lincon Rodrigues
Lincon Rodrigues 15 hours ago
Peter Attia, you are the man!!! wow!!! fascinating to hear someone at your standard of knowledge talking openly about your insecurities ... humbling!!! thank you for sharing it all!!!! Thank you Bilyeu for bringing it up!!!!
Little O
Little O 2 days ago
An outstanding interview and discussion across several dimensions - especially the psychological dimension. I voluntarily put myself through 4 years of psychotherapy in the 1970's (mid 20's) merely because I learned from some of my consultant clients (psychologists) that the state of Texas required by law that for a PhD Psychologist to practice clinical psychology, one had to have gone through the psychotherapy experience to better understand themselves and not allow their problems get confused with their patients. And that person did not control the length of that therapy. So what started as a trial of 3 or 4 sessions to see what this mysterious (seemly Hitchcock -ian") "PSYCHO-therapy" was, ended up as weekly individual and group sessions each week for 4 years. An amazing journey. So I resonate with the 2nd half, his reliance on counselors and his humility in his admission of his truth (insecurity). As the renowned Vietnamese monk Thich Nhat Han would say (something like): From mindfulness and being true to oneself, comes understanding not only of oneself but also of others and from true understanding comes appreciation, compassion and thus love itself. I have a new understanding of Peter Attia as a result of watching this video. He is not only, as he says late in the video, a person driven by emotional attachment, rage and obsession, he also can face his truth and maybe he got to that point for the wrong reason, as he implied, (i.e obsesssion, insecurity, etc.) but he got there. He is human. Bravo! And thanks for the tip on David Foster Wallace's - This is Water.
benevolent dictator
Swimming; no joint load while providing resistance training coupled with aerobic, in a lake or ocean (to reduce chlorine/fluoride exposure)
howdydutt1e
howdydutt1e 3 days ago
This guy is amazing, he has more than motivated me.
Jade Zee
Jade Zee 3 days ago
what bull shit..who cars how you feel in a race car...what in hell does that have to do with anything...and just WHO told you you were going to live to 100? and no..you will NOT be walking up 4 floors of stairs with groceries at 80...let alone 100...this dip stick brain...is so in love with himself...he cant stop talking about how he drives..drinks eats..and how others live..maybe i dont want to live to 100...maybe i want to drink..eat..and laugh to my hearts content and live to only 85!
Jade Zee
Jade Zee 3 days ago
dude has serious set of chimp ears
Planet CEO
Planet CEO 3 days ago
Try both. If you want to hit the ceiling try after bro...
Big Bad Wolf
Big Bad Wolf 4 days ago
I interment fast all then time but I’m starting to work on my long term fasting. I can do around 36 hours without a problem but I’m working up to 3 days to 5 days. The problem is that my wife is a coffee roaster and I cannot go without coffee. Its problematic but I just restrict everything but coffee.
Neon Symphony
Neon Symphony 4 days ago
I spoke to god , I said I don't smoke weed, I don't have sex, I don't drink will I live to 100 , he answered me ... why the fuck wud u want to live to 100 if your doing this
bmo
bmo 6 days ago
The fitness world tends to glorify "overkill fitness", like squatting twice your body weight or running a marathon, but Peter Attia points out that most of us should prioritize "functional" tasks, like carrying heavy luggage up stairs or sprinting short distances. Variety is the key, to cover the huge range of physical demands. Skill deficits tend to cause more injuries than a lack of brute strength.
Kristian N. Aune
Kristian N. Aune 7 days ago
One of my favourite episodes no matter what podcast/show!
Gerald Davis
Gerald Davis 7 days ago
Nooo!!!!!!! I DON'T WANT TO DIE!!!!!
Judy Cohall
Judy Cohall 12 days ago
As a 60 year old woman working to get back in shape, I need this. Nursing a groin pull now, ugh!
Vid joe
Vid joe 13 days ago
Somehow this is incredibly sad.
MissLaffy x
MissLaffy x 13 days ago
I do Brazilian jiu-jitsu I’m screwed 😂
imhellag
imhellag 15 days ago
The second half of the podcast is just superlative
1&only FlowerOnTheMountain
i loved this. definitely going to tune into his podcast.
Johnny Blaze
Johnny Blaze 19 days ago
"what drives you"
mike vic
mike vic 19 days ago
Sounds like an honest genuine guy. People like this should have children.
mike vic
mike vic 19 days ago
GOOD SHOW SIR
partner348
partner348 20 days ago
The host says, "butt fuck" a lot. Makes one wonder just how much he DOES admire his guest.
ebateru
ebateru 20 days ago
Awesome talk! Really surprised how the talk changed towards the end and how much Peter opened up. Great stuff man and all the luck with achieving your 5 year plan!
Jackson Tarbox
Jackson Tarbox 20 days ago
Is swimming in shark infested waters on his list of things that shorten your life?
Yes You Are
Yes You Are 22 days ago
Love this, as always! Hey Tom, or anyone here, which one has a guy who talks about alcoholism and evolution??
United States Navy 75
Peter is a badass!
United States Navy 75
He’s wrong about yoga. Yoga does correct a lot of these issues.
ForOrAgainstUs
ForOrAgainstUs 23 days ago
Sees title of video: "Welp..."
Andre Dre
Andre Dre 24 days ago
only I noticed the Airton Senna's cap?
GerrysPlace
GerrysPlace 24 days ago
I like this vid.. Good advice from Peter Attia..
Ayaz Sayeed
Ayaz Sayeed 26 days ago
Kudos to Tom - what an outstanding interview! And Attia is an inspiration every time he speaks. Love it!
Bon Summers
Bon Summers 27 days ago
The commenter has swelled under eyes. I wonder why, maybe too much salt, too much nitrites/nitrates, too much starch (?),…. all in combination possibly, - those are factors I've noticed can be causative of puffiness under the eyes. I've got relatively deep-set undereyes with darkness, but, I've had that since my teens, though I think it was caused by my vegan-fruitarian-raw phase in my late teens to early 20's, which left 'the mark' on me as that, variable per person. Btw, prudent omnivorism for the win, from my experiences since 1984, age 16, to now age 50.
Bon Summers
Bon Summers 27 days ago
I've been on this path for many years,… and have learned what works and what doesn't. Performance in life.
Bon Summers
Bon Summers 27 days ago
Body integrity. Your body reveals as to what's good for you, including how much, if any, and with what if so,… and what's not good for you. Body integrity is more key than 'health'. The integrity of all your tissues, fluids, and mind,…. it's in your control, given adequate choices, which typically we do have at least in the modern western world of abundance.
Myrmecia
Myrmecia 28 days ago
Fit, testosterone-charged, bulletproof men who take seriously projecting an alpha-male image in their physical prime are not necessarily the best-placed to imagine the optimal regime for health, fitness and wellbeing for older men - let alone women. We need to hear more from people like Markus Antonius (helpfully commenting here below) - BUT also bearing in mind that he may be exercising for his past self rather than his future self and that he may be forced to modify his routine because of unexpected constraints impinging suddenly from out of left field. People who criticise Markus Antonius should have the credibility of their opinions discounted for every year they are below his age. Bro science is no match for lived experience.
Lucas E Heffron
Lucas E Heffron 28 days ago
how can you dislike this ? what?
adele coll
adele coll 28 days ago
It’s called humility and it is a wonderful characteristic to have.
Valerie Jewell
Valerie Jewell 28 days ago
you can have living to be 100, but you will have lost control of bladder and bowel functions, your teeth, balance, and you won’t remember much, Good Luck. my mother lived to 95, she wanted REAL BUTTER the day that she died......
samweller2099
samweller2099 Month ago
His total lack of personality gets me questioning how much I care about him living forever. If I had to hang out with him for half an hour I'd take up smoking and drugs just to shorten my life as much as possible...
Jenny Khouly-Rosario
I’ve seen a few interviews with Peter in past. Love how he showed up authentic and raw as he is. Makes me admire him more.
Aloisio Dias
Aloisio Dias Month ago
He is wearing a CAP from Airton Senna from Brazil ( F1 Car race , 3 times champion of the World) and National was a Bank in Brazil that does not exist any longer.
Manny Lopes
Manny Lopes Month ago
Fan. Thank you.
Mark Ingram
Mark Ingram Month ago
Peter Atia is probably the most intelligent dude on the planet.
Tom Bilyeu
Tom Bilyeu Month ago
He's amazing, right?! I love that guy!
Thanos V
Thanos V Month ago
what an honest dude.
Kam D
Kam D Month ago
🏎🏎🏎 Nice hat Peter! 🏎🏎🏎
Sahil Singh
Sahil Singh Month ago
ok the more I listened to this, the more brilliant it gets.
Sahil Singh
Sahil Singh Month ago
but I like what you guys are talking about. there's a need for a new way of living. Its going to happen.
Sahil Singh
Sahil Singh Month ago
and have fun and smile. you okes are making me feel so serious.
amgjens
amgjens Month ago
it's genetics my boys, stop wasting time on this bull and enjoy your lives!
Anibal Bentos
Anibal Bentos Month ago
he omits the dry fast !!!
Robert Horning
Robert Horning Month ago
I want to be 100 and shot at by a jealous husband. I’m 72 now.
rick poghll
rick poghll Month ago
Tortoise vs Hare philosophy... Mark Sisson paleo mirrors this guy . Excellent information. Pro level Sport bike riders said the same . Commuting traffic is FAR more dangerous than racing in controlled environments
Max Uno
Max Uno Month ago
Thank You
Justin Fox
Justin Fox Month ago
Find Jesus, eat once per day, take cold showers, utilities resistant training, sleep well.
Casimir P
Casimir P Month ago
This guys idea is a fail as muscle strength drops because theres simply not enough muscle growing hormone output anymore after one reaches a certain age - although the idea that one can extend health through muscle strenght exercise is solid, but yeah, may be pretty hard after 80...
Daniel Reed
Daniel Reed Month ago
This guy has limiting beliefs. My balance is better than it was in my 20s. I couldn't watch the whole video, because I disagree with his opinions.
UndoneSums
UndoneSums Month ago
I didn't know Jim Carrey was an intervewer.
franky g
franky g Month ago
Now you know.
Dustin M
Dustin M Month ago
Very interesting topic! Would like to hear more about proffessions that are good for your health. For example talk about the risks of an office job vs the risks of a more labor intensive job. What would be the perfect job healthwise?
franky g
franky g Month ago
Perfect job; really?
Jemmeh
Jemmeh Month ago
The lighting is really yellow just fyi you may want to swap to white bulbs.
Jemmeh
Jemmeh 23 days ago
+franky g Just letting the man know, if my videos have bad audio or something I want to know too so I can fix them. I didn't say his message was bad
franky g
franky g Month ago
Wow; talk about missing the big picture.
The New York Red Neck
I agree at 34:00 minutes. I always change careers for the same reason
Claudia Bothner
Claudia Bothner Month ago
He is a doctor? Why not dress like one, would give more views. I thought he was some health interested man, but knowing he is a doctor makes me even more interested and attentive.
franky g
franky g Month ago
You must have missed most of the interview---let me guess, you are a very superficial person right?
Globetrotter 4FR
Two Couch Potatoes talk Theory. Get up and move!
franky g
franky g Month ago
A key board warrior shows us the meaning of hypocrisy---stop typing and move!
Mon Jqk
Mon Jqk Month ago
What an amazing human being
Lisa Allen
Lisa Allen Month ago
I’m so grateful for this interview. As a personal trainer who specializes in helping people overcome chronic pain, there were many points in this interview that were masterful in addressing the root causes of people’s pain. Thank you for your vulnerability and for allowing your brilliant guest to be the same. ❤️🌹
Victoria Burdett
Found it dull sorry didn’t inspire at all disappointed ps your swearing is pointless and makes you sound like an idiot or should I swear too to put my point across? W......r !
Ken Powers
Ken Powers Month ago
The Pistol Squat...yeah, back in the Hey day, I can do those well.
james clarke
james clarke Month ago
Dr. Attia makes being a nerd cool...
betterdays
betterdays Month ago
“ just as next as the next person “
Silkaz7
Silkaz7 Month ago
Love the ayrton senna cap
Wade Rivers
Wade Rivers Month ago
dude is outta his friggin mind go think he is going to live forever. he has no idea of reality. obviously he has never be6to a nursing home. that will be a rude awakening....here's your room sir, we'll change your depends later.
Robert Horning
Robert Horning Month ago
Wade Rivers Dude, have you ever set a goal beyond what you might achieve so you achieve more? Apparently not. Stupid people should not be posting on social media. Just go talk to the mirror. Nobody will find out you’re an idiot.
Why Not Now
Why Not Now Month ago
lifestyle management will only get us so far - we should also support rejuvenation biotechnology which aims to reverse the precursor damage that lead to degeneration and disease. www.SENS/org foundation and Aubrey de Grey!
Tony Griffin
Tony Griffin Month ago
i do hard core cardio,try to keep up bitches.
DA S
DA S Month ago
Lose your EGO, that is the wy to working out healthy for a lifetime.
Jeff Lardizabal
Jeff Lardizabal Month ago
Any who have believed in Jesus Christ and surrendered their lives to them, are, already, immortal in Christ, for their sins have been forgiven, and "they shall not perish, but have eternal life," - John 16:33 Quality of life while we're in our mortal body is a small portion of our eternal lives in Christ, for we are not of this world, though live in it. Good sound advice here, therefore, from a balanced health perspective. But no. We're not going to live in these bodies, forever; but will be given new bodies. My sport? My invention - the arrow saber. I'm an arrow saberist: usvid.net/video/video-ETJgwjUu-KE.html But, regardless what we do - we should "do everything, heartily, as unto the Lord, and not unto man," - Colossians 3:23 - living the truth as from Jesus Christ, and NOT "being like water," like Bruce Lee said. We're not going to see "perfection" on this side of eternal life. We can only cling to he who was perfect - and is, forevermore, Jesus Christ.
Dor Josef
Dor Josef Month ago
Great talk, thx!!
HungryMynd
HungryMynd Month ago
I'm impressed by how genuine Peter is
R K
R K Month ago
He is what, 45-ish? Why do I listen to him about 100 years life...
Crickey Jones
Crickey Jones Month ago
In order to live longer you need to be able to live out of poverty end of
Lilly Despina
Lilly Despina Month ago
This was an incredibly interesting interview
Peter Cook
Peter Cook Month ago
Really nice to see Dr. Attia interviewed by someone so familiar with his work!!!!
Gittl G.
Gittl G. Month ago
Hmmm he doesn't sound like the obnoxious guy who interviewed Dr. Dave Feldman. I was so disappointed at him that I was never going to look at his face again. I even unsubscribed from his site. Well....let me see what he has to say....and how he conducts himself. I am of the believe that everyone should be a little disciplined and courteous toward a guest. Anger or frustration doesn't leave much room for intelligence. Mr. Feldman handled it remarkably.
Leigh Costain
Leigh Costain Month ago
This is from beginning to end so damn good. All good good advice also so relatable. I am wired similarly and totally understand the insecurity, and how intelligence and drive can mask that for a long long time....
Boo Bear
Boo Bear Month ago
you heard it straight from the doc... no matter how rich, how powerful, or how beautiful you are... you will eventually die. you cant escape death.
Bat Fink
Bat Fink Month ago
It surprises me that you make such a big deal out of Peter having insecurities. I would think that it'd be impossible for anyone not to feel insecurity on some level, on account of the fact that the more we specialise in one area, the less we know about all other areas, as there's only 24 hours in a day and we have to sleep. and most people only specialise in something because it fascinates them.
Cabal Paxiarch
Cabal Paxiarch Month ago
I love it when the guy who swims with sharks preaches on longevity. You have to be both an asshole and a hypocrite to achieve that. Color me impressed.
airking26
airking26 Month ago
For people who want to know more about exercising for health and longevity, I dearly recommend reading stuff from Joel Seedman and John Rusin.
Dan Riverso
Dan Riverso Month ago
This guy is reading from the same script as everyone else nowadays. Problem is, it's dead wrong. The Blue Zones of the world do not eat Keto diets and their daily activity is mostly walking and tending to gardens/fields, not squatting some insane amount of weight. He is right about sleep and, honestly, I'm on the fence about fasting. The one thing he didn't mention is that social connections (and I'm talking real connections, not over social media) also lead to a long life. So sleep, breathe, eat mostly plants, get moderate impact exercise and have great relationships and you'll increase your chances of living a great life at 100.
Achak Hakan
Achak Hakan Month ago
@Dan Riverso Yes, he has a smooth voice but is completely wrong about everything; he actually looks unhealthy to me. I suspect Keith Richards will live a longer, healthier life than this goof. Studies have shown that longevity is highly correlated with having fond memories of childhood, and having a low-stress lifestyle. Eating right and staying active are also helpful, but spending 10-12 hours a week in the gym is asinine and counter-productive. I have many healthy relatives in their 90's who, as far I know, have never exercised at all.
RTC1655
RTC1655 Month ago
I'd still put him +1, though. This part is gold: 40:38 (for me it was, at least)
Ronnie & Minh
Ronnie & Minh Month ago
I wil be 70 in a few months. I am in the best shape of my life, have eaten only fresh raw foods for 20 years and work out on rings daily.
AlienBrain
AlienBrain Month ago
This is an incredible channel. So much great info and guests video after video. Thank you for this Tom.
Thiago Goulart Lovalho
Ayrton Senna's hat. Great!!!!
Gregg Powers
Gregg Powers Month ago
Jess this is such a boring presentation, dry as toast.
Jenna Marie
Jenna Marie Month ago
SO YOU'RE SAYING DOING FLIPS ALL THE TIME & KILLING MY JOINTS IS HURTING MY HEALTH?! Noooooo Waaaaah haha
Joe Murray
Joe Murray Month ago
So, so, fascinating!
Laurie Parks
Laurie Parks Month ago
really enjoyed the end section. good vid.
Tammy Harper-Biggs
4sleep
Jaromir Dub
Jaromir Dub Month ago
All MD’s are killers.
Joseph1NJ
Joseph1NJ Month ago
Its not how to not die, it how not to die.
Joseph1NJ
Joseph1NJ Month ago
Don't overload the joints. I've been saying since I was a teenager. That's why I bike, not run. When I do run, it's really sprinting, rarely, on a field. I've always challenged runners injuries. What's the point of a health promoting activity if it causes injuries? Maybe that's why they call it "pounding the pavement."
Andrew Coady
Andrew Coady Month ago
Good interview. Tom is disarmingly down to earth, the angry eyebrow guy is intelligent and has experience. I learned something today. Thankyou for your effort, new fan here.
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