235. Fitness & Fat Loss For Lazy People: Hacking HIIT Workouts W/ CAR.O.L Bike

Ratna Singh

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Ratna Singh is the Co-Founder of CAR.O.L. Ratna comes from a prestigious advertising and branding background. She worked in the Valley as McKinsey's entrepreneur in residence before joining a number of tier #1 advertising agencies to grow some of the worlds biggest brands. She joined Ulrich in healthcare ventures before founding CAR.O.L - a venture close to her heart as a mother of two, homemaker and full time entrepreneur she had no time for exercise but recognised the importance. Now she has one of the fundamentals in human health locked down. 

Ulrich Dempfle is COO, CPO, and co-founder of CAR.O.L. He is an engineer and ex-McKinsey consultant specialising in automotive and big industry, and he worked as a Director at PwC specialising in artificial intelligence and data analytics in healthcare. Since working on CAR.O.L, Ulrich has found a regime that he can stick to. Finally, his "comically" effective results using CAR.O.L and other machines has meant he is in the best shape of his life and he couldn't be happier.

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I don’t do a lot of shows about fitness because, as important as I think it is, it’s just not something I’ve ever enjoyed. So I do it because it makes me feel good, not because I like it. 

Luckily, it’s been getting exponentially easier for me to get into fitness (or just get my exercise over with and on with my day, at least) because there are some incredible innovations being made in fitness technology. And when I find a new routine or piece of tech that’s affordable, effective, and safe, I like to share it with everyone I know.

I mean, who doesn’t want to get all of the benefits of being a person who exercises without spending hours every week in the gym?

That’s why today’s episode is all about the CAR.O.L, an exercise bike that provides the same cardio benefits of a 45-minute jog in under 9 minutes — with only 40 seconds of hard work — by leveraging both what science knows about how the human body evolved and A.I.-powered algorithms that dynamically optimize your resistance so you hit max intensity levels and max glycogen depletion every time.

This is the kind of biohacking tech that can really change people’s lives. I know it’s already transformed my fitness routine. But you don’t have to take my word for it because CAR.O.L has been independently proven by the American Council on Exercise to go above and beyond the government exercise guidelines.

Still sound like magic? Try it yourself. You can get $150 off your own CAR.O.L by using code LUKE at carolfitai.com.

Topics Discussed In This Episode:

  • How the consumer market has been lied to about HIIT & cardio exercise
  • What true HIIT exercise looks like & why it needs to be personalized to each individual
  • This isn’t “bro science” — this is making fitness accessible to the majority of us who don’t exercise enough right now
  • The healthcare system is in shambles now and it’s going to be absolutely crippled over the next few years, so we have to take responsibility for our own health now
  • How we have evolved over time and how we can continue to evolve by using technology
  • How the classic gym subscription model and fitness industry incentivizes ineffective workouts
  • Some people will see tremendous results from true HIIT, while most will see good results and some others will only see marginal results — and there’s only one way to know which group you fall in before you start working out
  • The single most important indicator of your future health
  • Why combining fat and sugar is bad for us (plus the only natural substance on Earth that contains both)
  • How you can change your body’s ability to burn fat, for better or for worse
  • A case study of Ulrich’s personal experience with CAR.O.L
  • Why is it called CAR.O.L?
  • The AI-powered future of fitness

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