One of the most influential health and fitness experts is coming to Charleston for a discussion on health and longevity. Ben Greenfield is an ex-bodybuilder, Ironman triathlete, obstacle course racer, human performance consultant, speaker and author of 13 books, including the New York Times bestseller “Beyond Training.”
Dr. Craig Koniver, founder of Koniver Wellness in Mount Pleasant, is hosting Greenfield on Wednesday, May 29, for a dinner and discussion on biohacking, brain performance, longevity and more. The event is 6-8 p.m. at Tradd’s, 167 East Bay St. in Charleston. Tickets are $250 each and include dinner and a goodie bag.
Greenfield lives in Washington where he is the founder and CEO of Kion, creating step-by-step solutions – from supplements and fitness gear, to coaching and consulting, to education and media – for individuals and athletes around the world who want to live a truly limitless life with fully optimized minds, bodies and spirits.
“As one of the leading innovators in the biohacking space, Ben Greenfield has a plethora of cutting-edge information,” Koniver said. “We are excited to bring him to Charleston to spread his knowledge of fitness, nutrition and longevity to all the health and fitness enthusiasts in our community.”
Koniver has been practicing performance medicine for more than 18 years. He helps his clients optimize their health and performance through time-tested, nutrient and science driven protocols that are the cutting-edge of medicine.
Be part of this lively discussion on the future of medicine. Space is limited to 80; purchase tickets online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ben-greenfield-charleston-talk-tickets-60277477558.