Tag: fitness

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…