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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,...


126: NY Times Bestselling Author and Celebrity Fitness Trainer – Drew Logan

Drew Logan is a TV personality, best selling author, and celebrity fitness expert. He is also what doctors believe to be the only person to survive three sudden cardiac arrests in one night. Since that night, and partly because of it, Drew has dedicated more than 20 years of his life to helping people reach their full physical, mental, and emotional potential. As the star of Sylvester Stallone’s 2016 NBC reality TV show, “STRONG”, Drew was recognized as one of the nation’s top ten elite...


125: Dr. Jason Fung — Author of The Obesity Code

Dr. Jason Fung is a Canadian nephrologist and a world-leading expert on intermittent fasting and LCHF (low carb, high fat), especially for treating people with, or at risk for, type 2 diabetes. Dr. Jason Fung earned his medical degree and did his residency at the University of Toronto before heading to UCLA for his fellowship in nephrology. In addition to his practice as a kidney specialist, Dr. Fung is currently the scientific editor of the Journal of Insulin Resistance. After treating...


124: Jill Miller — Erase Pain, Improve Mobility and Live Better in Body and Mind

Jill Miller, C-IAYT, ERYT is the co-founder of Tune Up Fitness Worldwide and creator of the self-care fitness formats Yoga Tune Up® and The Roll Model® Method. Jill is the anatomy columnist for Yoga Journal Magazine and has been featured in Shape, Men’s Journal, Good Housekeeping, Women’s Health, Yoga Journal, Self, and on the Today Show and Good Morning America. She is regularly featured on the Oprah Winfrey Network. With more than 30 years of study in anatomy and movement, Jill is a...


123: Patrick McKeown — Learn to Breathe for Health and Vitality

“My mission is to empower people to take control of their own health, well-being and fitness using simple breathing exercises proven to improve body oxygenation”. -Patrick McKeown Breathing. It's fundamental to human life, and we've been breathing air since moments after birth. It's so instinctual, we do it correctly right from the start - diaphragmatic breathing with the mouth closed. Like so many other aspects of life, though, many of us stray from this original, natural, and healthy...


122: Chris Kresser — NY Times Bestselling Author of "Unconventional Medicine"

Chris Kresser M.S., L.Ac is the founder of Kresser Institute, co-director of the California Center for Functional Medicine, the creator of ChrisKresser.com, and the New York Times best selling author of The Paleo Cure. He is one of the most respected clinicians and educators in the fields of Functional Medicine and ancestral health, and has trained over 400 practitioners around the world in his unique approach. Chris was named one of the 100 most influential people in health and fitness...


121: Chris Keyes — Managing Editor Outside Magazine

This is a particularly personal interview for me. Not the subject matter, but the broader context - the fact that the managing Editor of Outside Magazine is on my podcast! You see, Outside Magazine has been my magazine "bible" since the early 1990's. It was THE place I turned for articles, inspiration, gear, adventure, and innovations. It was where I turned time and again for figuring out what to buy, where to go, and what sponsors to go after when looking for new gear for adventure...


120: Philip Folsom — The Way Out Is Through, and Your Tribe Will Take You There

Philip Folsom is America’s most experienced and impactful expert in experiential leadership development, human optimization, and the creation of high performance teams and cultures. Philip is the Tribe Guy. His work has dramatically improved the lives of over 500,000 individuals over the last 25 years. Philip's transformational High Performance Tribe program has been successfully implemented at Fortune 50 companies including Sony, Microsoft, Dreamworks, Medtronic, Apple, and Northrop...


119: Bobby Gill — Can Cows Save the World?

What if you could align healthy eating with the health and well-being of of animals and livestock, while simultaneously improving the health our planet's grasslands? According to Bobby Gill, that is not only possible, but is currently in process. Livestock provides much, much more to us than meat, and the way that livestock is raised can either degrade or improve the land. Bobby Gill is on a mission. A mission to improve our planet and help its inhabitants eat and live better than ever....


118: Dr. Anthony Gustin — (Only) You Can Fix Yourself!

We've all been to the doctor before. The typical advice that follows a cursory exam is basically, "do this for the symptoms," with little in the way of addressing the underlying issue. High cholesterol, for example, is a symptom, not an underlying issue — bringing down cholesterol is not the same as treating the underlying problem, if there even is one. Among the highly-educated is a tendency to believe that the answers are known. Dr. Anthony Gustin believes that this may not be the case,...


117: Tom Butler — Adaptive Contrast Oxygen Therapy with LiveO2

SUBSCRIBE to the podcast in iTunes You know the numbers — you can go without food for three weeks, without water for three days, and without oxygen for just three minutes. With such a clear and constant need for oxygen, it is surprising that the oxygen debt many of us live with every day isn't addressed more in fitness culture. This episode is a conversation with Tom Butler, vice president at LiveO2 Adaptive Contrast Oxygen Therapy. Tom earned his bachelor's degree in environmental...


116: Danny Clark — Danny Clark - On What is Natural Movement and Why You Should Care

SUBSCRIBE to the podcast in iTunes Danny Clark, CSCS is a MovNat Master Instructor and the Performance Director for MovNat. Danny “sets the bar” for MovNat certification standards. He is also the owner of Rebar Fitness, a science-based strength and conditioning training center. A wrestler, a scholar, and a lifelong student of exercise science and strength and conditioning programming, Danny’s skill set, experience, and expertise enable him to develop MovNat movement progressions and...


Well-Being Practice Mini-Episode: Connect With Someone

SUBSCRIBE to the podcast in iTunes Danny Clark, is the Performance Director for MovNat, as well as a MovNat Master Instructor. At the heart of the MovNat philosophy is the idea of getting back to our natural human state. This can apply not only to movement, but also to our relationships and communication efforts. Hit play on this special ten-minute discussion with Andy Petranek and Danny Clark for a deeper context on this week’s practice of human connection. -- PS: I started the WLC...


115: Danny Dreyer — You, Too, Can Love Running

Danny Dreyer, our guest on this week’s podcast, is the co-founder of ChiRunning and ChiWalking, revolutionary forms of moving that blend the subtle inner focuses of T'ai Chi with running and walking. His study of T'ai Chi with Master Zhu Xilin and internationally renowned Master George Xu, along with his 35 years of experience running, racing ultra marathons, and coaching “intelligent movement" have all come together to make ChiRunning what it is today. Thousands of people have experienced...


Well-Being Practice Mini-Episode: 1-2-3 To-Do

One of the best ways to be successful is to imitate successful people. Danny Dreyer, creator of ChiRunning, knows how to get things done, whether that's a 100-mile ultramarathon or building an amazing life. Listen to this short conversation with Danny on how to set up every day for success.


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