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146: Charles Mayfield — Farmer, Father, and Bestselling Author of Paleo Comfort Foods

Charles Mayfield is a leader in the health and nutrition world coming from his personal desire to provide his kids with the best, healthy, nutritious food available and to be responsible for taking care of our land, making it sustainable and renewable for years and generations to come. For the Complete Show Notes, Please Visit our Website He is the co-author of one of the first cookbooks ever for paleo recipes, Paleo Comfort Foods, is the co-founder of Atlanta Strength and Conditioning,...


145: Paul Chek

Paul Chek is a world-renowned expert in the fields of corrective and high-performance exercise kinesiology. For over thirty years, Paul’s unique, holistic approach to treatment and education has changed the lives of many of his clients, his students, and their clients. By treating the body as a whole system and finding the root cause of a problem, Paul has been successful where traditional approaches have consistently failed. Paul is the founder of the C.H.E.K (Corrective Holistic Exercise...


144: Katie Wells — The Wellness Mama

Katie Wells, the “Wellness Mama,” is a wife, a mom of six, an award-winning blogger, author, podcaster, and a real-food crusader. Her mission with WellnessMama.com is to provide simple answers for healthier families through practical tips, real food recipes, natural beauty and cleaning tutorials, natural remedies and more. To see the complete show notes, please visit our website. To handle her daily workload, Katie has developed systems and tips for living a Wellness Lifestyle™ with a...


143: Megan Morrone — TWiT.tv Host, Mother, Whole Life Challenger

Megan Morrone is a technology journalist hosting video shows covering tech news, longform interviews, and tips for normal people trying to make their way in a world where tech can be as confusing as it is ubiquitous. She is also a freelance writer, wife, and mom to three children and one dog (who reads and responds to her email for her and helps her attain inbox-zero!) Megan got her start in tech broadcasting in 2000 when she was promoted from web producer on The New Screen Savers on ZDTV...


142: Jimmy Rosenberg — if You Juice it, They Will Come

Jimmy Rosenberg is an American entrepreneur and the founder of the Evolution Fresh Company and Naked Juice, a producer of smoothies and juices. In 1983, Rosenberg established the Naked Juice Company in Santa Monica, California. Starting on a small scale, Rosenberg first introduced his product by developing fruit drinks in his home kitchen and selling them in-person on the beaches of Santa Monica under the name “Naked Juice”. The popularity of the juice drinks took off and they were soon...


141: Dr. Jeremy Brook

Dr. Jeremy Brook, aka “The Spinechecker,” is a Los Angeles-based chiropractor, yogi, and movement specialist. He is the founder of The Life Center Chiropractic, a unique healing oasis that incorporates the disciplines of chiropractic, spinal corrective protocols, yoga, and other movement art forms to make sure the spine, body, and mind are aligned. For complete show notes, please click here to visit our website. In addition to his private practice, Dr. Brook has been teaching an...


140: Ronnie Teasdale -- On Unicycling, Water, Sound Healing and Supercharging Your Life

How do you describe Ronnie Teasdale? Figuring out how to capture him in conversation and in writing... that's the problem I ran into after spending a few hours with him recording the podcast. Ronnie grew up in Michigan playing hockey practically every day of his life until he was 23 years old. At the height of his hockey "career," he was what I'd call an"enforcer" - the guy you'd put in to take out (by brute force) whatever player on the other team was scoring goals or causing problems....


139: Michael Gervais -- On Unraveling the Secrets of Masters

Throughout his career, Dr. Michael Gervais has followed a central question: Is there a common thread connecting those who change how we understand how the world works? As a high-performance psychologist, published, peer-reviewed author and recognized speaker on optimal human performance, Michael Gervais works in the trenches of high-stakes environments, where there is no luxury for mistakes, hesitation, or failure to respond. While Dr. Gervais’ roster includes an MVP from every major...


138: Kristin MacDermott -- On Learnable Resilience Skills to Improve the Quality of Your Life

Kristin MacDermott is a consultant and performance coach who has created resilience training programs for some of the highest performing people on the planet, including Naval Special Warfare Command (Navy SEALs) and the Los Angeles Police Department. Kristin's programs have also been used in more than 20 hospitals across the country, in the Duke Cancer Institute, and in the National Institutes of Health among others. For complete show notes, please click here to visit our...


137: Sam Morris – Zen Warrior

In November of 1999, at the age of 24 and having just led an unsupported cycling trek across the United States with nine teenagers, Sam was in a car accident caused by a drunk driver. In an instant, he went from being an avid outdoorsman, athlete and Zen enthusiast to being paralyzed from the waist down. Determined to not become the victim of his circumstances, Sam spent years learning from some of the world’s top experts in the fields of somatic healing, meditation, breath work and mind...


136: Brian Donahoe & Alex Rizk - Master Motion Mechanics

As you might have noticed, this is the third podcast I've done with the folks from Human Garage. The first two were with the founders, Garry and Anela Lineham. Their stories and experiences are vastly different, yet they came together to create this extraordinary place of learning and healing. Today, I'm moving the conversation toward the "how" of it all — in other words, what's "under the hood" at the Human Garage. I'm doing this by talking to two of their Master Motion Mechanics:...


135: Anela Lineham - On Courage and Resiliency, Living Into Your Intention No Matter What the Obstacle

Anela Lineham is the co-founder, along with her husband Gary Lineham, of Human Garage. Anela is an Intuitive Women’s Health Expert. She is a motion/breathwork master, and an expert in women's health focusing on the biochemical, physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of a woman’s well-being. Anela is also the co-owner Human Garage and has studied under Masters of NAAM, Kundalini & Vinyasa Yoga for over 30 years. Anela leads dedicated workshops on the importance of the mind/body balance...


134: Diana Rodgers - Regenerative Farming, Paleo Nutrition, and Kale vs. Cow

Diana Rodgers, RD, LDN, NTP is a “real food” nutritionist living on a working organic farm near Boston, Massachusetts. The farm runs a vegetable and meat CSA. She is the author of two bestselling cookbooks and runs a clinical nutrition practice. Diana writes and speaks about the intersection of optimal human nutrition, environmental sustainability, animal welfare and social justice. She also produces The Sustainable Dish Podcast. In her podcast, she interviews experts in the environmental...


133: Garry Lineham - On The Human Garage, His "Machine-Shop" for the Body Where They Heal the Un-Healable

Garry Lineham, co-founder of Human Garage, is a lifelong bio-hacker who believes that the human body was designed to heal itself. He started Human Garage as a vehicle to give people the correct input to start that healing. Garry himself lived in chronic pain for over 20 years. During that time, he became increasingly frustrated with the countless treatment modalities that only addressed his symptoms. He realized the root of the problem wasn’t being solved and set out to do just...


132: Dr. Martin Gibala - How You Can Benefit from Short Duration Interval Training (More Isn’t Better Always Better)

Dr. Martin Gibala is a professor and chair of the Department of Kinesiology at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada. Martin studies the integrative physiology of exercise from the molecular up to whole body level, including the impact of training and nutrition on human health and performance. Gibala’s research on the physiological adaptations to interval training has attracted immense scientific attention and worldwide media coverage. He has published more than 100 peer-reviewed...


131: Dr. Sujit Sharma - Chewable Juice? A Super-Healthy and Completely New Way to Consume Your Veggies

Dr. Sujit Sharma is a Harvard-trained pediatric ER doctor in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Sharma is also the CEO at Chuice and a member of the board of directors of Georgia Organics, a non-profit organization committed to environmental stewardship, farmer prosperity and community health. Early in his career, Dr. Sharma admits he thought he had a ‘great appreciation’ of health and healthy living. But he realizes that he was wrong. For complete show notes, please click here to visit our...


130: Maryann Berry - How You Are Your Own Best Healer

When Maryann Berry was in her 20’s she suffered from chronic knee, hip and back pain. She ended up in a wheelchair, unable to walk due to excruciating hip pain. She had multiple surgeries and tried every medical treatment under the sun including injections, prescription drugs, chiropractic adjustments, and physical therapy. She was left broke, still in pain, and with seemingly no prospects for healing. Then she was introduced to Posture Alignment Therapy, a revolutionary exercise...


129: Ryan Munsey - Don't Let Your Feelings Betray You

Ryan Munsey is a writer, podcaster, speaker, and high-performance consultant. He has worked with professional and Olympic athletes, Navy SEALs, and entrepreneurs - helping them optimize their minds and bodies, win medals, further careers, and build multiple 6-figure businesses. His work has been featured in Fortune Magazine, Men’s Health, and Men’s Fitness. Ryan is the author of his brand new book, "F*ck Your Feelings" (if you're one of the first 1,000 people to click the link and request...


128: Amber Lewis - The Good Kitchen

Amber Lewis is the visionary behind The Good Kitchen, a meal delivery service that focuses on making it easy for you to make healthy food choices. She founded its predecessor, modPALEO, and grew it into what it is today, a small business that supports small farms, sustainability, a community of good people, and healthy living. For complete show notes, please click here to visit our website. Amber's passion for healthy food grew out of her own personal journey to wellness. She discovered...


127: Steven Sashen - On Why You Should Consider Running Barefoot with or without Your Shoes On

Steven Sashen is the CEO and co-founder of Xero Shoes (www.xeroshoes.com). A serial entrepreneur and life-long athlete, Steven was an All-American gymnast and is now a Masters All-American sprinter. Also a former professional stand-up comedian and Emmy award-winning TV host, Sashen's comedic and educational videos have over 4 million views. With Xero Shoes, Steven is committed to helping people discover the fun and benefits of footwear that lets your body move and function naturally,...