Podcast

Get Over Yourself

10
Dec

The Lasting Benefits Of A Morning Routine

It’s easy to talk about the benefits of a good morning routine, but actually sticking to it is another story. However, I firmly believe that anyone is capable of repeatedly following a regimented morning routine, and…

06
Dec

Compound Time: Prioritizing Health, Balance, Education, And Focus

(Breather) In this episode, I share key points from a brilliant article by Michael Simmons about compound time. He implores you to think outside the box and look at somewhat contradictory things that super successful people…

03
Dec

Dr. Tommy Wood, Part 3: Sensible Lifestyle Priorities Instead of Biohacking Obsession, The Benefits Of Both Carnivore And Plant Based Eating, And Why Enough Testosterone Is Important But More Is Not Better

I travel to the beautiful University of Washington campus to speak with recently anointed professor Tommy Wood. This interview was an urgent priority because Tommy is one of the most sensible and reasonable health experts, and…

29
Nov

Health Benefits And Training Effect Of Sauna Therapy

(Breather) I don’t know about you but I can’t make it through the cold winter days without access to either a sauna or a hot tub. Once I get a little chill (usually from doing a…

26
Nov

Dr. Cate Shanahan: How to Become Cancer-Proof!

Dr. Cate Shanahan, author of Deep Nutrition and Food Rules, pulls no punches when discussing how our conventional view of screening and treating cancer could be ill-advised. Unsurprisingly, the “conventional” ways of viewing many things in…

22
Nov

Constrained Model of Energy Expenditure and The Compensation Theory

(Breather) Did you know we humans have an upper limit on the amount of energy we can burn each day? Not only that, but we will engage in assorted mechanisms to stay under this limit when…

19
Nov

Brock Armstrong: How To Weigh Less, Recover More, Have An Exit Strategy For Fitness And Life Goals, And The Purpose Of Life Itself

I welcome my old friend, and longtime audio mentor Brock Armstrong, host of the Get Fit Guy podcast and co-creator of an innovative weight loss coaching course at weighless.life. Brock, the pride of Vancouver, B.C., Canada,…

15
Nov

Tiger Woods’ Work-Play Ethic

(Breather) This breather show is all about examining work ethic and work-play balance through the lens of legendary golfer, Tiger Woods. An athlete since he was a very young child (check out his first TV appearance…

12
Nov

Rip Esselstyn: The Plant Strong Movement, Challenging Your Beliefs, And The Magical Peak Performance State Called “The Feel”

Get ready for a very unusual podcast with my old friend and former professional triathlon circuit cohort Rip Esselstyn. After our swim, bike, and run journeys ended in the 1990s, Rip and I both continued the…

08
Nov

William Shewfelt: Waking Up at 4:30am To Anchor A Productive Day, And The Deep Wisdom Of Bodybuilders

(Breather) As promised on the Get Over Yourself podcast, we go where no modern media has gone before. After wrapping up a great interview about the carnivore diet, I decided to record William Shewfelt talking about…

05
Nov

William Shewfelt: Carnivore Diet Insights and Experience, Prioritizing Your Day, And Finding Your Behavior Anchors

William enjoys the extreme honor of being on the show for a third time, a great opportunity to check back in and get refocused, because this dude is super focused and superconscious. Our conversation kicks off…

01
Nov

Practical Tips To Live A Simple, Focused, Successful Lifestyle In the Model of Investor Legend Warren Buffett

(Breather) Writer Michael Simmons breaks everything down everything for us in this fantastic Medium.com article so we can incorporate the most useful and effective tips that will help us be more like Buffett. Enjoy this 13-step…

29
Oct

Scott Nelson: All About Red Light Therapy

Scott Nelson is the co-founder of Joovv, makers of photobiomodulation devices, aka red light therapy. If you have biohacking fatigue by now, don’t worry. Red light therapy is a simple and scientifically validated way to improve…

25
Oct

Avoiding Recovery Debt and Adrenaline Dominance

(Breather) On the heels of the previous breather show about the constrained model of energy expenditure, I talk about what happens when you ignore these insights and try to power through hectic modern life like a…

22
Oct

Scott Zagarino: Life Lessons And Inspiration From The Triathlon Ironwar

Scott Zagarino is the mastermind behind the “1989TheStory.com” project, a historical account of the greatest triathlon race of all time. In the aftermath of the wonderful interview with protagonists Mark Allen and Dave Scott, I catch…

18
Oct

Playing Speedgolf Championships In Oppressive Heat: Striking A Healthy Balance Between Competitive Intensity And Self-Preservation

(Breather) I talk about my favorite subject of Speedgolf and reflect on the battle between positive and negative thoughts when pushing your body to its limits, as well as the delicate balance between unleashing your competitive…

15
Oct

Triathlon Legends Mark Allen and Dave Scott Discuss The Epic 1989 Ironwar

What a great honor to connect with two legends of triathlon on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the greatest triathlon race of all time and what many observers call the greatest endurance competition of…

11
Oct

Inspiration From Warren Buffet and Setting Healthy Financial Responsibility Goals

(Breather) Pursue your passions, be of service, make a contribution to the planet aligned with the highest expression of your talents! Don’t you love all the high minded talk that’s come out these days about having…

08
Oct

William Shewfelt: How To Get Shredded On The Carnivore Diet

William and I finally succeed in transitioning over to talk about his current area of passion and focus – becoming shredded and helping others achieve their ideal body composition goals. Now that you know where William…

04
Oct

What Are The Happiest, Healthiest Countries? Hint: The USA Is Draggin’ Ass

(Breather) The World Happiness Report is the ultimate authority on global happiness, ranking 156 countries by their happiness levels. It’s pretty interesting looking at the list of the Top 10 happiest countries in 2018, as determined by…

01
Oct

Deirdre Fitzpatrick: Sacramento’s News Queen

Deirdre is the Queen of Sacramento News with an impressive 20 year run as the morning anchor and particular feature reporter focusing on all things health. I met her many years ago, and have been on…

27
Sep

The Truth About Overtraining and the Stress Response

(Breather) We all know about the importance of working out. But what is equally important is how you exercise – otherwise, you could fall into the “overtraining” category, where you can seriously hurt yourself, and/or compromise…

24
Sep

Dr. Phil Maffetone: The Future of Athletic Peak Performance

My eye-opening conversation with this radical thinker continues, and we focus on an interesting subject, the future of athletic peak performance. Back when Phil was working on his book, 1:59, he wrote about Eluid Kipchoge, and…

20
Sep

Carnivore Experiment Insights

(Breather) Expanding on my show with Dr. Paul Saladino, “The Carnivore Diet to End Human Suffering, Challenge Your Fixed Beliefs, and Live a Radical Life,” I share details from the journey I’ve had so far experimenting…

17
Sep

Dr. Phil Maffetone: Avoiding The Ills Of Modern Society

Dr. Phil Maffetone is a legend in the world of endurance training, for he has been advocating for a healthy approach to peak athletic performance for decades, and finally getting his due for presenting the most…

13
Sep

Managing Digital Distraction and Hyper-connectivity While Staying Focused, Productive, and Stress-Balanced, Part 2

(Breather) In part 2 of this breather show, I dive even deeper into the topic of how to manage digital distraction and hyper-connectivity. I get honest about the shit that I struggle with by first acknowledging…

10
Sep

Luke Shanahan on Understanding the Function of Everything That You Do

Luke busts out of the gate with a hilarious freestyle rap of the rich arrogant entrepreneur buying and sellin’ companies, houses and private jets. After five minutes we catch our breath and get into an incredibly…

06
Sep

Managing Digital Distraction and Hyper-connectivity While Staying Focused, Productive, and Stress-Balanced, Part 1

(Breather) This is a pretty important topic, and it’s something we all deal with daily. I talk through some great articles on the subject and offer a bunch of personal insights about stuff I do well,…

03
Sep

Setting Things Straight With Dr. Cate Shanahan

Switch the B.S. meter to the “on” position, and listen to the wise and powerful Dr. Cate (DrCate.com) address many myths and misconceptions about keto and other ancestral health practices on this hard-hitting show. Brad has…

30
Aug

How To Get Started With Micro Workouts. Now Is The Time!

(Breather) I further discuss the fantastic breakthrough fitness concept that I’ve been doing more and more of in recent years: micro workouts. Micro workouts are explosive fits of strength, efficient and easy to do, and hits…

26
Aug

Dr. Cate Shanahan: Learning the Four Healthiest Food Categories You Need to Eat From!

Dr. Cate is second to none as a health resource, period. Does anyone else blend her disparate interests of hands-on patient care during her long career as a family physician, a deep interest in scientific research,…

23
Aug

The Importance of a Pitch Dark Sleeping Experience and Sunlight in The Morning

(Breather) As you can tell by the title, this breather show is all about sleep – and the specifics of sleep. That means: how you sleep, what your habits are pre-bedtime, what your bedroom environment is like…

20
Aug

Dr. Mark Cucuzella on “The Biggest Mistake in Human History”

The biggest mistake in human history!? What is he talking about? We will get to that and more in this very thoughtful show with Dr. Mark, pioneering physician and legendary endurance runner. Dr. Mark has been…

16
Aug

The Incredible Micro-Workout And Other Time-Efficient Fitness Tips

(Breather) For the past 10 years, I have modified my fitness regimen away from narrow endurance focus (including the extremely health-destructive chronic cardio training regimen that I followed as an elite competitor for 15 years) to a…

13
Aug

Tippy Wyatt: A Long Journey to YouTube Sensation

I first encountered the remarkable Tippy Wyatt after she contacted me to pitch an idea for a keto cookbook. Well, turns out that not only were we living in the same area at the time, but…

09
Aug

Dr. Ron Sinha On Aging Gracefully

(Breather) I keep the tape running as Dr. Ron and I continue to talk, going into a discussion about longevity, some concerns related to menopause, when heart disease risk increases, and related concerns for aging males. Longevity…

06
Aug

Dr. Ron Sinha: On Medicine And Mindset

Fasten your seat belts for an incredibly fast moving, wide-ranging, and deeply impactful show from Dr. Ron. This guy has fought a valiant battle against dated mainstream medical advice and in favor of a comprehensive ancestral…

02
Aug

Diet Tips for Healthy Aging & Longevity

(Breather) This show goes into more detail about dietary strategies to ditch unhealthy modern foods and dabble in the various popular ancestral style strategies. This show will cover everything, from helping you switch fully into basic primal/paleo…

30
Jul

A Hiking Podcast with Jake Taylor

I’m the subject of Jake’s interview — on how I became a pro triathlete! Jake Taylor hosts a very cool podcast called 5GQ: 5 Good Questions, where he’ll feature an assortment of authors to talk about…

26
Jul

Brad Gives an Overview of Healthy Living Anti-Aging Tips

(Breather) Let’s make things simple with a big picture look at the most urgent and beneficial lifestyle practices you can implement right now to have more energy and better physical and cognitive performance. Future breather shows will…

23
Jul

William Shewfelt: An Evolved Perspective On Dreaming Big, Staying Focused, And Executing The Plan To Be Healthy And Productive

I sit down with Mr. Red Power Ranger and Carnivore Shredder himself, William Shewfelt. When you visit him on the Internet and see his shredded physique of 3.8% body fat, or striking a pose in his…

19
Jul

Tania Teschke’s Advice For Protecting Your Health in Today’s Polluted World

(Breather) After a great show with Bordeaux Kitchen author Tania Teschke, we keep recording and I start to get freaked out over the health concerns relating to radiation from “Smart” utility meters and also excess artificial…

16
Jul

Tania Teschke: Cultural Learnings of Europe For Make Benefit of America

Keen fans of Borat, the legendary movie my Sacha Baron Cohen, will realize I’m knocking off his movie title here. It’s appropriate to capture the theme of our conversation, which covered all manner of healthy eating…

12
Jul

Tracking Heart Disease Risk with Personal Blood Testing

(Breather) My athletic friend reached out to me recently to tell me he had a body scan revealing arterial blockage issues and the need for a pipe cleaning procedure. Yep, getting old brings some surprises and…

09
Jul

Rethinking No Pain, No Gain: An Evolved Approach To Fitness With Insights From Four Experts

This show is about rethinking the basic notions of athletic training, particularly the “no pain, no gain” model that’s been widely criticized but is still embedded into DNA of many competitive athletes. This show was syndicated on…

05
Jul

Brad’s Fatty Popcorn Boy Saga, And How to Get More Focused and Disciplined for Fat Loss and Other Peak Performance Goals

(Breather) Fatty popcorn boy is me — two years after exiting a really strict ketogenic eating strategy (mostly on account of R&D while writing The Keto Reset Diet with Mark Sisson) and embarking upon an experiment…

02
Jul

Motivation, Athletic Goals, and Getting Over Yourself: An Interview with Brad by Dr. Don Freeman and Scott Warr of the Trail Runner Nation Podcast

Here is a different flavor of show, as I become (for the most part) the interviewee in a wild and wacky session with the dynamic duo from the Trail Runner Nation podcast, Dr. Don Freeman and…

28
Jun

Biology of Belief: Promoting Growth Instead of Protection, Part 2

(Breather) As I discussed in the previous breather show, Dr. Lipton asserts that we spend 95-99% in daily life operating from subconscious programming. This show is going to get a little science-y as it’s extremely important to…

25
Jun

Larry Sidney – An Olympic Dream Taking Shape…The Shape of a Skeleton!

Larry and his friends attend the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy and have a great time. Larry goes on an Olympic spectating binge with ’08 Beijing summer, ’10 Vancouver winter, ’12 London summer, and ’14…

21
Jun

Biology of Belief: Escaping Flawed Subconscious Programming, Part 1

(Breather) In episode one of these potentially life-changing Breather shows, I talk about insights from Dr. Bruce Lipton’s transformative book called The Biology Of Belief. Here is the foundational premise that will blow your mind: By…

18
Jun

Angela Mavridis: Starting Over, Going For It, and Keeping in Balance

Angela is the founder of Tribali Foods, makers of organic frozen burger patties of assorted creative flavors. The story of her entrepreneurial journey will inspire you to persevere through adversity and stay focused and resilient in…

14
Jun

A Stress-Free Approach to a Productive and Enjoyable Morning Routine

(Breather) There’s no doubt that having healthy, productive morning habits is good for you. Having the “perfect” morning routine is often touted as a great solution to so many problems, the clear, unobstructed pathway to a…

11
Jun

Christopher Smith: The Ultimate World Record Setting Speedgolf Podcast!

After two action-packed shows, Christopher and I focus on the amazing sport of Speedgolf and deliver some entertaining peak performance insights that can translate into many other pursuits…in case you are not interested in Speedgolf, which you should be…

06
Jun

Tips On Focusing, Prioritizing, And Avoiding Indiscriminate Constant Action

(Breather) I cite some great ideas from peak performance leaders like “4 Hour” author and podcast host Tim Ferriss, the late “7 Habits” author Stephen Covey, and “Good to Great” author Jim Collins. These topics have…

04
Jun

Debbie Potts: Healing From Burnout And Adopting A Whole-istic Approach To Health And Endurance Performance

I welcome my frequent podcast guest from the Primal Endurance show, Debbie Potts of Bellevue, WA. Debbie is a coach, podcast host, and personal trainer who operates an evolved personal training facility in her town. Debbie is a former elite-level…

31
May

Prevent Tech From Hijacking Your Mind – What to do about it and tips from Tristan Harris (Center for Humane Tech)

(Breather) I enjoyed an excellent article on the Medium.com titled, “How Technology is Hijacking Your Mind — from a Magician and Google Design Ethicist”, written by Tristan Harris. His bio says: Co-founder, Center for Humane Technology, Ex-Google Design Ethicist,…

28
May

Dr. Paul Saladino: The Carnivore Diet to End Human Suffering, Challenge Your Fixed Beliefs, and Live a Radical Life

Get ready to have your mind blown with an in-depth exploration into one of the most intriguing dietary strategies we’ve heard about in many years: the carnivore diet. Yes, the strategy is legit, and Dr. Saladino…

24
May

Mia Moore – How To Be More Chill

(Breather) I hit the record button and hit Mia Moore with a surprise question: why are you so chill? As we know from the mechanizations of the three components of the stress response (stimulus-perception-response), it’s not…

21
May

Gretchen Rubin: #1 Bestselling Author Talks About Decluttering, Honoring Your Personality Tendencies, Evolved Parenting, and Avoiding “Proclasticlearing”

What a tremendous honor to connect with mega-bestselling author and award-winning podcast host Gretchen Rubin. Gretchen writes about habits, happiness, and human nature. She is the author of The New York Times’ bestsellers The Happiness Project, Happier…

17
May

Basic Life Changing Insights Part 2

(Breather) Once you grab what Dr. Peter Attia calls the “low hanging fruit” of healthy eating, movement, physical fitness and sleeping habits, it’s time to progress further with health, happiness, and longevity by developing emotional control/emotional…

14
May

Laird Hamilton: Life Rider

I caught up with one of the most extraordinary athletes on the planet, the ultimate waterman of the universe and author of a new book called Life Rider. As a longtime very casual recreational surfer (I…

10
May

Basic Life Changing Insights Part 1

(Breather) This episode is all about how we need to devote some time and energy in order to get more time and energy. Shopping one evening at Whole Foods in my hometown led to a chance…

07
May

Gabby Reece: Balancing Wife, Mother, Athlete, Celebrity Life, Including Insightful, Humorous, and Life-Changing Relationship Insights

Enjoy this wide-ranging and deep conversation with international fitness celebrity, supermodel, and former professional beach volleyball player, Gabrielle Reece. Gabby is a former women’s beach volleyball star, television host, supermodel, fitness expert, and author, columnist, and podcast host. She…

03
May

Brad: Reflections About Seth Godin’s This Is Marketing and The New Economy

(Breather) After my great interview with Seth, I offer some further reflections about the breakthrough insights in his recent book, This Is Marketing. This show is a bit of a departure from the podcast theme of…

30
Apr

Seth Godin: Reflections On Marketing, Being Great, Serving Society, and Overcoming Distraction

Seth Godin is one of the great thinkers of modern times, known for his string of 18 international bestselling books on topics relating to personal productivity, time efficiency, and evolved marketing philosophy and strategy. Seth calls himself a…

23
Apr

Introducing Heart Rate Variability and The BradBeat iPhone App

Incredible benefits come from measuring Heart Rate Variability, one of the most valuable measures of biofeedback information available today, which is why I am so excited to introduce the BradBeat iPhone app! Measuring HRV gives you…

19
Apr

Pacific Northwest Recap

(Breather) Like most people who grew up in Southern California, I understand that when you’re blessed with constant sunny skies, it’s way too easy to get used to that kind of climate and start to take it for granted….

16
Apr

Googling Big George

I visit beautiful Lake Tahoe to hang with the mysterious and magnificent Big George, aka Dr. Ray Sidney. Ray was the fifth employee hired at a Silicon Valley startup named Google, which later gained prominence for…

12
Apr

Insights Inspired By Dr. Art DeVany; How To Go For It In Life and Set Yourself Free!

(Breather) Dr. Art DeVany, ancestral health forefather and author of The New Evolution Diet, delivers some of the most profound life advice I’ve ever heard during a 2017 podcast interview on the Align podcast with Aaron Alexander….

09
Apr

Brian McAndrew: The Backstage Keto King

Brian McAndrew, the man behind the scenes of the Get Over Yourself podcast audio production, as well as Primal Blueprint’s audio and video production efforts, takes the stage as the honored guest on this wide-ranging and…

05
Apr

Appreciating Tiger Woods’s Amazing Comeback and How To Model His Competitive Intensity

(Breather) Today’s episode is all about the legendary Tiger Woods and his incredible comeback. Most of the world is well aware of the scandals and very public downfall that affected Tiger’s life and career. What I am focusing…

02
Apr

Mia Moore #2: Becoming More Conscious In Relationships, The Cheerleader Concept, And Minimizing Conflict

Mia Moore returns to the show after a long absence to discuss relationship insights with her fiancée. We get John Gray’s marching orders: males: don’t speak if you have a negative emotional charge; females: frame everything as requests…

29
Mar

Breakthrough Knowledge

(Breather) We are diving into one of my favorite topics today: how to deal with hyper-connectivity and overstimulation. There is such an excess of content out there, but there is a way to deal with it:…

26
Mar

Christopher Smith, Part 2: Tiger’s Comeback, Smart Practice, and Learning From Failure

There is a little chit chat about Tiger Woods and his amazing comeback and legacy. Enough with the tabloid drama, if this dude is able to bag another major, it will go down as one of…

22
Mar

Deconstructing John Gray Beyond Mars and Venus Insights Part 2: Relationship Troubles and How To Get Out Of Them Forever!

(Breather) I keep the momentum going and the dream alive with more tightly focused insights from John Gray’s fantastic book, Beyond Mars and Venus, and his insights shared on episode 51 of the Get Over Yourself podcast! In…

19
Mar

Christopher Smith, Part 1: Context Specificity, Rewiring Your Emotions

I travel to beautiful Eugene, OR to meet with my Speedgolf mentor and most excellent podcast guest, Christopher Smith! We had an intense all-day podcasting binge, interspersed with a long run around Eugene, including a stop at the Prefontaine Memorial high above the Willamette River. Christopher is…

14
Mar

Deconstructing John Gray Beyond Mars and Venus Insights, Part 1

(Breather) This show and the follow up part 2 breather show about John Gray will pull all of his life-changing insights—from both our podcast and his new book, Beyond Mars and Venus, together into a focused plan…

12
Mar

Ashley Merryman: Rethinking Parenting Strategies, Understanding Healthy Competition, and Constantly Seeking Improvement

What an honor to meet this mega-bestselling author in person in Los Angeles and crank out an interesting podcast! Ashley has been spreading the word about her two very important books for over a decade, speaking and consulting internationally to sports teams,…

08
Mar

Deconstructing Dr. Tommy Wood Shows; Developing Metabolic Efficiency And A Healthy Gut For The Win! —(Part 2)

(Breather) Knowledgeable health experts are really making gut dysfunction the heart and center of a variety of real issues that can arise within. The recent discoveries being made is that the impact on our guts is…

05
Mar

Scott Carney: Author of What Doesn’t Kill Us

By now you know my affinity for cold water therapy, so it’s no wonder I was able to use my refined primal instincts to track down and land author Scott Carney as a guest for a…

01
Mar

Deconstructing Dr. Tommy Wood Shows; Beware Liquidating Your Assets! Your Body Will Eventually Turn Against You! (Part 1)

(Breather) Inflammation is the root cause of all disease.. It’s normal and healthy when you have a good workout or twist your ankle, or even when you get stung by a bee, and your body puts…

26
Feb

Amberly Lago: True Grit and Grace

I welcome author and motivational speaker Amberly Lago to the SoCal podcast studios to tell her amazing and inspiring story. Amberly is the author of True Grit and Grace: Turning Tragedy into Triumph. Amberly offers a message of personal potential, acceptance, and living life…

23
Feb

Dr. Tommy Wood, Part 2: Eating More Food and Avoiding the Cognitive Middle Gear

After getting our gut check at the end of the first show, Tommy keeps the momentum going with some memorable sound bites and takeaway action items for a long, happy, healthy life. Referencing the gut dysfunction that ended…

15
Feb

John Gray, Mars and Venus Bestselling Author And Relationship Expert. A Life-Changing Episode About Balancing Hormones For Healthy Love Relationships

What an honor to talk with the #1 bestselling relationship author of all time, Dr. John Gray! This show publishes right after Valentine’s Day, 2019 in honor of learning how to be the best you can…

12
Feb

Dr. Tommy Wood, Part 1: The Benefits of White Boxers and The Dangers of Liquidating Your Assets

I have a powerhouse session with Dr. Tommy Wood of Nourish, Balance, Thrive where a great many topics are covered that can transform your health. This is the first of a two-part show, so fasten your seatbelts for a wild ride covering…

08
Feb

Are Fitness Apps Worth it?

(Breather) Fitness and biofeedback apps are all the rage at the moment. They can help engage our workout decisions, workout performance and help track consumption of calories and macronutrients. Sounds good right? While they certainly can…

07
Feb

Rick Mouw: Why Sauna Use May Be as Good as Cardio

I am joined by Rick Mouw, the owner of Almost Heaven saunas, manufacturer of beautiful quality, hand-crafted home-use sauna kits. Rick talks about his background in the sauna world, including experience living in Finland, where sauna has been a cultural centerpiece for the past 800…

01
Feb

Insights From Arnold Schwarzenegger

Let’s take a breather and talk about the often forgotten negative aspect of fast-paced modern life: burnout. I’m rapping again like I do on the Primal Endurance podcast! Horrors or cheers? Send your commentary to getoveryourselfpodcast@gmail.com. Regarding my show about maintaining…

29
Jan

Joel Jamieson: Rebound Workouts, HRV and The Importance of Recovery

I visit the beautiful waterfront of Kirkland, Washington to get some breakthrough insights on athletic training and recovery from Joel Jamieson of 8WeeksOut.com Months prior to our meeting in summer 2018, my mind was blown by an article Joel wrote…

25
Jan

Mixtape Of Quotes And Interview Tidbits

Let’s take a breather and discuss a variety of interesting health and peak performance tidbits. It’s my pleasure to serve as the curator of the museum of healthy living and share some interesting and informative quotes…

21
Jan

Dr. Wendy Walsh: Successful Long-Term Relationships, Gratitude, Positive Attitudes, Healthy Parenting, Elon Musk and Teslas, The Future of Humanity, and Matters of Mating

I welcome Dr. Wendy Walsh back for a repeat of her awesome performance on Episode 15 when she talked about her area of expertise: Evolutionary psychology applied to modern love. Dr. Wendy brings her “A” game…

18
Jan

The Importance Of Self-Compassion, Inspired By Speedgolfer Christopher Smith

Let’s take a breather and talk about having compassion for your mistakes as an athlete, and a person. This show is me sharing assortment of thoughts inspired by my Speedgolf mentor Christopher Smith. Stay tuned for three…

15
Jan

Mike Mutzel: Going Deep Into Keto, Fasting, Functional Medicine, and Taping Your Mouth Shut

I travel into the beautiful Pacific Northwest summertime to visit a true powerhouse of health knowledge and Internet broadcasting, Mike Mutzel of High Intensity Health. Check out his YouTube Channel and you will experience a stunning…

11
Jan

Minimizing Heart Disease Risks, LeBron’s Egg Whites, and Tim Ferriss’s Journaling About Life’s Major Questions

Let’s take a breather and get to the heart of the matter. I go off on interesting tangents en route to asking you some important life questions out of Tim Ferriss’s personal journal, as communicated by an excellent article on forbes.com…

08
Jan

Toréa Rodriguez: All About Dark Chocolate and Natural Healing

Toréa Rodriguez is a certified Functional Diagnostic Medicine practitioner in the Santa Cruz, CA area who is a big- time dark chocolate connoisseur. I booked her on the show to learn all about the details of…

04
Jan

Todd White: The Wonderful World of Organic, Sugar-Free “Dry” Wine

Todd is the Founder of the truly revolutionary company called Dry Farm Wines I intended to talk with Todd about the absolutely mind-blowing transformational workplace culture and healthy, balanced family atmosphere that he has created at Dry Farm Wines, but instead went deep, deep into the…

28
Dec

Anthony Mancinelli: 107-year-old barber

Let’s take a breather and talk longevity. Driving from upstate New York to New York City after the World Speedgolf Championships, Mía Moore notices an Apple news story about the world’s oldest barber – OMG his…

21
Dec

Gitta Sivander: Brad’s Class Clown Epiphanies Along with Parenting Insights

I stay true to his mission on the Get Over Yourself podcast and record the stuff that happens after the stop button is usually pushed on a formal show. Sure enough, Gitta and I kept rolling…

18
Dec

Gitta Sivander: Dynamic Expression Communication Tips

Gitta is an expert on dynamic expression—the integration of various modalities to improve your communication skills including integrated physical therapy, yoga, dance, neurolinguistic programming (NLP), Somatic Movement and Laban Movement Analysis. In this episode, Gitta will…

11
Dec

Dave Rossi: Overcoming Fear and Anxiety With Values and Vision

Dave Rossi is a motivational speaker, retreat leader, and personal, business, and achievement coach. I spoke at one of Dave’s leadership retreats and saw something special in his message and the passion and intensity with which…

07
Dec

Peak Performance Without Suffering

Let’s take a breather and talk peak performance. Start HIRTing instead of HIITing – this show will transform your approach to training. Let’s call this a long Breather show to honor the message that you should take…

05
Dec

Martin Brauns: Retired Silicon Valley CEO and Evolved Leader

Martin is the retired CEO of Interwoven, Inc. and all around peak performer striving to balance his natural competitive intensity with an evolved perspective. At Interwoven, Martin presided over a classic dotcom startup sensation, taking the…

30
Nov

Longcuts To A Longer Life, Part 2

Let’s take a breather and talk sleep, stress management, and relationships tips. Getting your diet and exercise routine dialed is certainly an essential entry point to leading a long, healthy, happy life. But it’s only a…

28
Nov

Ben Greenfield: Cutting Edge Peak Performance and Longevity

Ben Greenfield is gonna rock your world. No one, and I mean no one, is out as far on the cutting edge as this guy! Ben Greenfield is gonna rock your world. No one, and I…

23
Nov

Longcuts To A Longer Life, Part 1

Let’s take a breather and talk diet and exercise tips. Are you tired of hearing the terms “hacks” and “shortcuts” when it comes to healthy living? So am I! Leading a healthy, balanced life is inherently…

20
Nov

Dr. Kelly Starrett: Mobility King

Kelly is one of the great thought leaders of the planet earth. In person, he is the funniest and most dynamic presenter you will ever see. When he wowed guests at our PrimalCon retreats, he had people alternatively…

15
Nov

Fixing College & Pro Sports (Brad with Isaac Rochell)

Let’s take a breather and talk about how to fix college and pro sports. If I owned a pro sports team they would win every game…okay not really, but I would take far better care of…

13
Nov

Isaac Rochell: Evolved NFL Athlete

Los Angeles Charger defensive end Isaac Rochell is a second year player out of Notre Dame. He has an incredibly empowering and evolved mindset for such a young athlete; unlike many in the major pro sports scene, he seems to have…

09
Nov

Sleep Tips From Assorted Experts

Let’s take a breather and talk sleep. I cover tips and research from various sources, including an excellent show with neuroscientist Dr. Matthew Walker of UC Berkeley on the Joe Rogan podcast. Walker hits us hard with…

06
Nov

Dave Kobrine – Morning Routine King

I visit with my old friend Dave Kobrine (whom I have known for a long time, too!) to discuss his remarkable athletic journey, lifelong commitment to fitness, the amazing athletic exploits of the Kobrine family, and…

02
Nov

Brad: Tangential Topics like Deepak Chopra, High Jumping, and Longevity

I start talking about the life changing insights from the great Deepak Chopra, and end up going off on numerous tangents, crossing over the Breather show barrier and into a full length show. I mention the…

30
Oct

Vinnie Tortorich – Fitness Confidential Author, Celebrity Trainer

I catch up with popular, animated, and spicy host of the Fitness Confidential podcast and book. Vinnie is a true pioneer and thought leader in the fitness and weight loss industry. Amazingly, Vinnie’s home base is…

24
Oct

Brad’s High School Flashback and Getting Over Yourself

Reflections on cultivating a process-oriented competitive mindset… On June 1st, 2018, I was relaxing in my childhood bedroom in Woodland Hills, CA (In suburban Los Angeles’s San Fernando Valley) before heading to the golf course for…

23
Oct

Reflections On Breaking A World Record In Speedgolf

A breathlessly enthusiastic account of breaking the record for the fastest single hole of golf ever played (minimum hole length of 500 yards) This show describes what I consider to be a miracle athletic performance, wherence…

19
Oct

Chris Kelly: How To Nourish, Balance, and Thrive

We’re discussing Chris Kelly’s journey from tech geek to mountain bike racer. Chris Kelly is the founder of the comprehensive health and peak performance testing and consultation service called NourishBalanceThrive. This is the absolute cutting edge…

16
Oct

Breather: Interesting Quotes With Brad’s Color Commentary

Let’s take a breather and talk quotes. Some topics and quotes that I offer color commentary on: Mark Manson, author of Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, offers great one-liners relating to the clever title…

12
Oct

Amanda Renteria: California Gubernatorial Candidate

Let’s go behind-the-scenes with California’s Gubernatorial Candidate, Amanda Renteria. One evening prior to 2018 election day, I discovered an intriguing YouTube video from an unlikely candidate for the Governorship of the great nation of California. A…

09
Oct

Battling Phone Addiction

Tips From A Medium.com Article By Clint Carter An article by Clint Carter offers insights from eight technology leaders about how to best manage our mobile devices to minimize stress and make life more productive and relaxing. Carter…

05
Oct

Andrew MacNaughton: Evolved Lifelong Peak Performer

Let’s dig into the impact of intuition on athletic performance and optimal decision making in training. Andrew is an evolved coach of endurance training and life, my longtime friend and triathlon mate from the pro circuit…

02
Oct

Dr. Wendy Walsh

Meet the 2017 Time Magazine co-Person of the Year and Get Spicy! Wendy blows into the Get Over Yourself Southern California studios (aka my old childhood bedroom) and leaves a vapor trail! What a wild and…

27
Sep

Deconstructing “The Ultimate Mark Sisson Interview”

Enjoy some reflection inspired by my lengthy conversation with Mark Sisson. This show features extensive color commentary and outright tangents on matters relating to the big themes of Mark’s story. Of particular interest to peak performance…

25
Sep

The “Coconut Oil is Poison” BS

Perhaps you saw the headline stories about some Harvard professor calling out coconut oil as “pure poison?” Her ridiculous lecture sound bites were seized upon by the modern media machine and turned into a salacious international…

21
Sep

The Ultimate Mark Sisson Interview

Get to know Mark, his background, and his entrepreneurial spirit like never before! Mark Sisson has been a great friend and mentor of mine for 30 years. As one of the founding fathers of the primal/paleo/keto/ancestral…

18
Sep

Tennis Temper Tantrums

This show is an interesting compare and contrast to my earlier breather show about the Japanese men’s World Cup soccer team, and the evolved competitive spirit of doryoku (“honor in the effort”) that is a central…

13
Sep

Dr. Elisha Goldstein: Mindfulness In The Age Of Distractibility And Hyper-Connectivity

Relax, retrain, forgive, repeat! Dr. Goldstein’s show is going to stop us distracted, multitasking, text binging, social media addicted modern humans in our tracks and rock our world! We all know the dangers and drawbacks of…

11
Sep

Mia Moore: Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff

I welcome Mia Moore to the studio for her first show, appropriate being that the Get Over Yourself Northern California studios are located in her house! Mia is seen by many, or at least and perhaps…

07
Sep

Breather: Personal Advice That Makes Me Want to Gag and Some Cool Stuff

I complain about the trend of overused, over-glorified peak performance tips and tricks. How about this one: “Making your bed could change your life and increase productivity 10x!” We get the spirit of the idea—that doing…

04
Sep

Brian MacKenzie: Power, Speed, Endurance Guru

I visit the heart of Orange County, CA to talk with a legend in the world of cutting edge athletic training and peak performance—author, coach and unscared competitor Brian MacKenzie. Brian is the co-author of an…

31
Aug

Breather: Relationship Advice Tidbits

This show introduces you gently to the concept that we will be talking about healthy, loving relationships from time to time on the Get Over Yourself podcast. Having been deeply immersed in the worlds of elite…

27
Aug

Brad: Plunge Into The World of Cold Therapy!

As you may know from watching my trending-toward-viral YouTube video, I am very excited and committed to my daily morning and evening chest freezer cold plunge regimen, for a variety of reasons detailed in the show….

22
Aug

Elle Russ: A Journey of Healing, Health and Helping Others

I turn the tables on Primal Blueprint podcast host Elle Russ and make her a guest and she kills it! In this wide ranging and surprisingly vulnerable interview at Elle’s top secret crib/film and recording studio…

21
Aug

Breather: Japanese Soccer Team’s Evolved Competitive Spirit (and Clean Locker Room!)

After the most devastating loss imaginable on the biggest athletic stage on the planet—the World Cup—the Japanese men’s national soccer team cleaned up their locker room, leaving it spotless, and left a handwritten sign saying ‘thank…

03
Aug

Peter Attia: Longevity, Diet, And Finding The Drive

I head to San Diego, via Mexico (relevant shortly) to catch up with one of the great health leaders of the planet, Dr. Peter Attia. Peter is a prominent longevity physician, ketogenic diet expert, ultra-endurance athlete,…

03
Aug

Welcome To The Get Over Yourself Podcast

I clear my throat and set the tone for what to expect on the wild ride that is the Get Over Yourself podcast. First off, please don’t be offended by the sassy title. The goal of…