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

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

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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 Grumman.…

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119: Bobby Gill — Can Cows Save the World?

119: Bobby Gill — Can Cows Save the World?

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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 how livestock is raised can either degrade or improve the land.…

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

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

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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.…

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117: Tom Butler — Adaptive Oxygen Therapy with LiveO2

117: Tom Butler — Adaptive Contrast Oxygen Therapy with LiveO2

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Are you sure you’re getting enough oxygen for optimum health?

 

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.…

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

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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 performance programming standards.…

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

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

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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.…

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Lorin Roche

113: Lorin Roche — You Might Already Be Meditating

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Warning: This podcast contains sexually explicit language that may not be suitable for all listeners.

 

“For people who live in the world and other people depend on, the goal of meditation is adaptation. It’s so that you thrive in your daily life.” – Lorin Roche

Did you realize that every time your breath cycles, you’ve experienced a tiny meditation cycle?…

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Julia Michels

112: Julia Michels — Matching Music to Moods

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“You’ve got to roll down the window and let the wind blow back your hair.”
– Bruce Springsteen, from Thunder Road

Julia Michels — a name you might not know, but a woman whose work has undoubtedly touched your life. She has spent over two decades working in the film music industry and has had great success in various roles throughout her storied career.…

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111: Samantha Peszek — Olympic Medalist and Unstoppable Force

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2008 Olympic Silver Medal Gymnast, Sam Peszek, summed up the simple choice presented to her over and again during the first fifteen years of her life:

I can either eat the cookie and not go to the Olympics or leave it be and go to the Olympics.

This week’s guest on the WLC podcast is a little different than most of our recent guests.…

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110: Joe DiStefano — Spontaneous Digital Detox

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Could you go a week without your phone, email, Facebook, or even text messaging? Sometimes the thing we try to avoid is the thing we need the most.

My guest today, Joe DiStefano, found that, despite his fears, a “digital detox” was exactly what he needed to break out of stress and stagnation.

For more than six years, Joe has been working with Spartan Race, Inc, and is now Director of Sport & Training Initiatives at Spartan Race.…

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Richard Janes

109: Richard Janes — Find Your Passion, Purpose, and Authenticity

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When we hear the term personal branding, most of us think of social media “stars” who are trying to market a product with their personalities. But a personal brand is both more pedestrian and more important than that. In fact, we should all have a personal brand, if you ask Richard Janes.

Richard describes himself as “a personal brand expert with a passion for storytelling.” He has worked with actors, athletes, musicians, television hosts, executives, and entrepreneurs — helping them connect with their authentic selves and, as a result, connect with and strongly influence others.…

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