Mark Hines is a professional adventurer, a well-regarded endurance athlete, with a professional background in exercise physiology and biomechanics.
He has become known as an ultra-endurance athlete, who has participated in some of what are considered the toughest ultra events in the world, including the Marathon des Sables, The Jungle Marathon and the Yukon Arctic Ultra.
Mark is a writer who has penned books on his outdoor exploits as well as areas of health, diet and fitness, including a book on human evolution and diet.
It was with respect to all of these areas that I wanted to speak with Mark, particularly regarding the intersection of these varied yet overlapping areas of interest.
Indeed, it was Mark’s writing which first motivated me to interview Mark for this podcast.
I then met Mark at a presentation evening he and Leon McCarron (a previous guest on Podcast 009) hosted in London and we agreed to “have a chat” at a mutually convenient time.
Our wide-ranging conversation forms Episode 18 of the Paul Kirtley podcast, which you can listen to below.
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