My guest today is Dr. W. Chris Winter. Chris is a sleep specialist, helping people through his private clinic, his work with professional sports teams, and the book he wrote “The Sleep Solution: Why Your Sleep is Broken and How to Fix It”. He’s been dubbed “The Sleep Whisperer” by Arianna Huffington which, after reading […]
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My guests today are Jimmy and Christine Moore. Jimmy is the host of the Livin La Vida Low Carb podcast and has written a number of books on the subject, and his wife Christine is a nutritional therapy practitioner. They’ve both faced serious health issues throughout life that they’ve resolved through low carbohydrate diets, running […]
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My guest today is Amber O’Hearn. Amber is a writer and speaker on low carbohydrate diets, with a particular focus on the carnivore diet. Like my previous guests Dave Feldman and Ivor Cummins, Amber’s career began in a more technical profession and began writing about this after discovering it as a solution to her own […]
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Hello listeners, folk young and old alike! This is Brandon Olin, and welcome to another episode of The Deskbound Podcast, where I interview experts who reveal the worst of what’s making you unhealthy, and share the most effective ways for you to fight back. After putting out a number of episodes for the keto crowd, […]
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My guest today is Tyler Cartwright, Tyler is one of the founders of Ketogains, an organization dedicated to helping people not just lose weight, but also, in their words, pursue physical excellence via ketosis. In my opinion they’re one of the best organizations out there in the keto community, summed up nicely as part of […]
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My guest today is Amy Berger. Amy is a certified nutrition specialist with a masters in human nutrition, and is the author of the book The Alzheimer’s Antidote: using a low carb, high fat diet to fight Alzheimer’s disease, memory loss, and cognitive decline. Like many others, Amy struggled for years to lose weight on […]
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Dave Feldman is a software engineer and entrepreneur who, like my previous guest Ivor Cummins, dove deep into the research of ketogenic diets after adhering to one led to massive improvements in his health. Like Ivor he began doing this full time as a result of seeing how important this knowledge is, and how much […]
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Hello listeners, folk young and old alike! This is Brandon Olin, and welcome to another episode of The Deskbound Podcast, where I interview people with different expertise or knowledge that gives them some insight into the question “why does everyone feel 20 years older than they are?” My guest today is Adam Brown. Adam is […]
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My guest today is Ivor Cummins. Ivor is one of the authors of the book Eat Rich, Live Long: Mastering the Low-Carb and Keto Spectrum for Weight Loss and Longevity, along with his co-author Dr. Jeffry Gerber. He also runs the website thefatemperor.com, where he writes about the research around healthy eating and how we […]
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Nerina is a physiologist and sleep therapist who’s written two books on the subject. The title of her first book, Tired But Wired, is what first caught my eye and made me invite her for an interview. It’s the perfect summary of the sleep problems that so many of us suffer from; being completely spent […]
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My guest Gin Stephens is an expert in intermittent fasting. She’s written two books on it with a third on the way, and manages two groups on the subject with a grand total of about 80,000 members. This was one of my favorite episodes so far, because fasting has worked wonders for me. It’s helped […]
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Ryan and Missy are the founders of Death of the Desk, where they provide one-on-one training, group workshops, and an online education platform to teach people how to reverse the various aches, pains, and other maladies that come from working at a desk. They’re based in San Diego, California for in person training, and can […]
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Cathryn is an investigative reporter and New York Times Bestselling author. Her most recent book is Crooked: Outwitting the Back Pain Industry and Getting on the Road to Recovery. This was one of my favorite interviews so far, because Cathryn doesn’t come from a medical background. Some might view this as a bad thing, but […]
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Andy is an extreme endurance athlete and author of the book Ultramental, where he talks about his unconventional approach to training for endurance challenges in less than an hour week. It was awesome chatting with Andy, he applies the rules of high intensity interval training to his preparation in an interesting way, which is one […]
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My guest today is Claudia Muehlenweg, and I have my few years of high school German to thank for the ability to pronounce that correctly. Claudia is a certified Bates method teacher, which is a school of vision improvement that focuses on eliminating the habits that damage eyesight and developing the habits that lead to ...
My guest today is Dr. David Hanscom. David is a Seattle based orthopedic spine surgeon, and the author of the book Back in Control: A Surgeon’s Roadmap Out of Chronic Pain. This was an incredible conversation, as it ties into a problem I’ve spent a good chunk of time dealing with in my own life. ...
My guest today is Lawrence Neal. Lawrence is the host of the Corporate Warrior Podcast where he interviews experts on the subject of high intensity training, and running a high intensity training business. I want to be clear up front, this is NOT high intensity interval training, where you do incredibly intense lung-scorching cardio for ...
My guest today is Christine Lehmann. Christine is a nutritional therapist who runs the website reversediabetescoach.com where she helps people who have type 2 diabetes, or are at the early stages of it. I really enjoyed talking with Christine, as the type of diet that she recommends is the same type that I first adopted ...
In this episode I interview Peter Glassford, an Ontario Canada based Kinesiologist and co-host of The Consummate Athlete Podcast with his wife Molly Hurford, which is actually the first podcast I went on as a guest interview! This is a wide ranging discussion on many different aspects of health, including: -How the reason WHY you ...
Welcome to the Deskbound Podcast, where our goal is to help you survive your desk job, and modern life in general. This episode is meant to be an introduction to how our episodes will be structured, how to use this podcast to get the best results, and it’ll also dive into my path through the ...