Tag: sleep

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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….

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:…

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…

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…

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…