Tag: fitness

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…

16
Jul

Is The Keto Diet A Starvation Diet? Exploring Dangerous Claims

I’ve long admired Dr. Weil, one of the great leaders of the alternative health movement for decades. He has written some great books, cares about engaging in agricultural politics, and I really appreciate his calm and welcoming tone….

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…

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…