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26: Breathing and The Oxygen Advantage with Patrick McKeown

Patrick McKeown is an International best-selling author, the creator of The Oxygen Advantage® technique and author of The Oxygen Advantage. He has helped thousands of people to substantially improve their sports performance and overall health by incorporating simple, medically proven principles and breathing exercises into their lives. In 1997, after graduating from Trinity College in Dublin, McKeown applied the work of Dr. Konstantin Buteyko to address his lifelong asthma, soaring...


25: Recovery with Joel Jamieson

Joel is a best-selling author and one of the world’s foremost authorities on strength, conditioning, and energy systems. His training strategies have been used by thousands of elite performers and top athletes worldwide, including the Navy Seals, UFC champions, and dozens of teams from the NFL, NBA, MLS, NCAA, and more. For the show notes and everything we discussed in this episode visit:


24: Tiny Habits with Linda Fogg-Phillips

Linda Fogg-Phillips, M.S., is the brawn behind the Tiny Habits programs. As a mother of 8 children, she knows how to design systems that work (and how to get her kids to do what they need to do – a real-life behavior change lab). Linda’s expertise includes behavior change in the world of health and wellness. She has a masters in Health Promotion and Exercise Physiology. BJ Fogg, PhD, is the brains behind the Tiny Habit method. BJ’s expertise is creating systems to change human behavior....


23: Sports Nutrition with Nancy Clark

Nancy Clark is a registered dietitian and board certified specialist in sports dietetics (CSSD). She offers one-on-one personalized sports nutrition counseling to casual exercisers and competitive athletes at her private practice in the Boston-area (Newton). She teaches her clients how to have more energy, lose undesired body fat, enjoy a winning sports diet—and feel confident about their food choices. Nancy's "how to" books on nutrition for sports and exercise, including her best...


22: Posture and Bodyweight Strength with Steven Low

Steven Low is a former gymnast, coach, and the author of the Overcoming Gravity: A Systematic Approach to Gymnastics and Bodyweight Strength (Second Edition) and Overcoming Poor Posture. He has spent thousands of hours independently researching the scientific foundations of health, fitness and nutrition.His unique knowledge base enables him to offer numerous insights into practical care for performance and injuries. Steven holds a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from the University...


21: Mindset with Ben Askren

Ben Askren is considered one of the best welterweight mixed martial artist on the planet (although recently retired). He is the former Bellator Welterweight Champion and former ONE Welterweight Champion. He is also one of the most accomplished and well known wrestlers in the United States. Here are just some of his many accomplishments: In episode 21, Ben discusses what it takes to develop a mindset for greatness in all areas of life. For the show notes and everything we discussed in...


20: Gold Medal Bodies with Ryan Hurst

Ryan Hurst is the co-founder and head coach for GMB Fitness. With many years of experience in strength and movement coaching, Ryan makes sure that everything they do at GMB puts health first and gets results. He holds black belts in Kendo, Judo, and Shorinji Kempo and practiced 10 years as a competitive gymnast. After a training accident ended his competitive gymnastics career, Ryan moved to Japan and competed in various martial arts until another injury made him reevaluate his...


19: The Evolution of Medicine with James Maskell

James Maskell has been creating levers for significant positive change in healthcare for over a decade. Following education in healthcare economics, James has played a part in building a number of successful businesses in this space. Most notably, James co-created and hosts the “Functional Forum”, the world’s largest integrative medicine conference, with hundreds of thousands of viewers and over 400 physician meetups on six continents. His book, and organization of the same name “The...


18: Crucial Conversations with Justin Hale

In episode 18, you'll learn how to improve the crucial conversations that you're having in both your professional and personal life. Improving your ability to hold crucial conversations will have a tremendous impact in many areas of your life - your career, your organization, your relationships and most importantly your personal health. Justin Hale is a Training Designer and Master Trainer at Vital Smarts, the organization behind the New York Times Bestselling book, Crucial Conversations...


17: High Intensity Training with Lawrence Neal

Lawrence Neal started the Corporate Warrior blog and podcast after having an epiphany that redefined what he considered to be "effective exercise." Lawrence is a big proponent of High Intensity Training. In episode 17, he discusses what it is, how it works and why it's such an effective training method.


16: Parasites, Thyroid and Depression with Evan Brand

Evan Brand is an Author, Podcast Host and a Louisville, Kentucky-based Board-Certified Holistic Nutritionist, Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner and Nutritional Therapist. He's passionate about healing chronic fatigue, obesity, and depression epidemics after solving his own IBS and depression issues. He uses at-home lab testing and customized supplement programs to find and fix the root cause of a wide range of health symptoms. For the show notes and everything we discussed in...


15: Nourishing Bone Broth with Chef Lance Roll

Chef Lance Roll, also known as "The Flavor Chef" and has been professionally cooking for 30 years. He became an ACF Certified Executive Chef (CEC) in 2005 at the American Culinary Federation. He was also a Professional Chef Instructor at San Diego Culinary Institute during 2003 to 2007. His cooking was transformed upon meeting Paul Chek in 2006 and being introduced to The Weston A Price Foundation. He is the owner of and For the show notes and everything...


14: Nutrition Fundamentals with Brian St. Pierre

Brian is renowned for his expertise in performance nutrition. He’s a Registered Dietitian with a Masters in Food Science and Human Nutrition and a long list of credentials and publications (including five books) under his belt. He is also a Certified Sports Nutritionist (CISSN) as well as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Brian worked for three years at Cressey Sports Performance as the head Sports Nutritionist and as a Strength and Conditioning Coach, working with...


13: The Sleep Solution with Dr. Chris Winter

Dr. Christopher Winter has practiced sleep medicine and neurology in Charlottesville, Virginia since 2004, but has been involved with sleep medicine and sleep research since 1993. Currently he is the owner of Charlottesville Neurology and Sleep Medicine clinic and CNSM Consulting. Dr. Winter is not only an active participant in patient care, but a dynamic speaker and researcher on the science of sleep. Dr. Winter’s current research focuses on sleep and athletic performance. In 2006, Major...


12: Never Leave the Playground with Stephen Jepson

At age 76, Stephen Jepson is living proof of his philosophy of lifetime fitness called Never Leave the Playground. He rides a unicycle, juggles while balancing on a bongo board, throws knives and plays jacks with both hands, walks a tightrope, swam across Iowa's Spirit Lake at age 66, and has won over 80 gold medals in swimming since age 65. And more. Much more. He knows the secret is to "just keep moving" through constant play, not exercise. He's developed toys for all ages and degrees...


11: Better Golf with Fitness with Anthony Renna

Anthony Renna is a trainer and fitness education content provider. His early success as a trainer at Equinox Fitness Clubs fueled the creation of his own business, Five Iron Fitness. It eventually led him to open one of the country’s first facilities dedicated to golf fitness in 2008 in White Plains, NY. During that time, he consumed everything he could in the form of books and DVDs related to the fitness business, and constantly attended workshops and seminars. He went to everything...


10: Fix Your Back Pain with Dr. Stuart McGill

Dr. Stuart McGill is a professor emeritus, University of Waterloo, where he was a professor for 32 years. His laboratory and experimental research clinic investigated issues related to the causal mechanisms of back pain, how to rehabilitate back-pained people and enhance both injury resilience and performance. This produced over 240 peer-reviewed scientific journal papers, several textbooks, and many international awards. He mentored over 40 graduate students during this scientific...


9: Life, Faith and Boxing with Julian Chua

Julian Chua (@julian_chua) is a professional boxing coach schooled under world renown trainer, Eric Brown. Originally from Indiana, he was brought out to Los Angeles in hopes to box in the Olympics. Due to a series of injuries, he decided to let the dream of fighting go- then focusing his time and energy into becoming a professional boxing coach. He now trains a vast array of clients ranging from kids to professional fighters. In this episode, Julian reveals the ups and downs of his...


8: Get Better Sleep Tonight and The Power of When with Dr. Michael Breus

Michael J. Breus, Ph.D., is a Clinical Psychologist and both a Diplomate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine and a Fellow of The American Academy of Sleep Medicine. He was one of the youngest people to have passed the Board at age 31 and, with a specialty in Sleep Disorders, is one of only 163 psychologists in the world with his credentials and distinction. Dr. Breus is on the clinical advisory board of The Dr. Oz Show and appears regularly on the show (>30 times in 4 years). To find...


7: Habits of a Happy Brain with Dr. Loretta Breuning

Habits of a Happy Brain with Dr. Loretta Breuning. Loretta Breuning, PhD, is the Founder of the Inner Mammal Institute. She started researching the happy brain chemicals when her experiences as a professor and a mom conflicted with prevailing theories of human motivation. Then she learned that our happy chemicals are inherited from earlier mammals, and they evolved to do a job rather than make us happy all the time. When you know the job they do in animals, you can rewire yourself to...