The Flowgrade Show with Maximilian Gotzler
About This Show
Professional Biohacker and Flowgrade Founder Maximilian Gotzler offers you insightful discussions with the world's top performers to identify how they achieve ultimate human performance.
Find out about the powers of buttered coffee, the most sustainable source of protein, the advantages of the Paleo diet and new methods of life extension.
Maximilian Gotzler talks to experts such as Bulletproof founder Dave Asprey, CrossFit legend Kelly Starrett, Finnish mastermind Teemu Arina, Paleo360 founder Nico Richter, Flow expert Steven Kotler, EXO Protein founder Gabi Lewis, Swiss biohacker Brian Fabian Crain, and many more to find out about their ways to upgrade health and performance. Listen to the Flowgrade Show and receive cutting-edge information on how to upgrade your mind, body and your entire life.
Most Recent Episode
#046: How to sleep better while traveling with Kelly Starrett
During the Functional Training Summit in Munich, I had the opportunity to check in once again with the mobility coach and physical therapist Kelly Starrett. I first met Kelly at the Bulletproof Conference a couple of years ago and ever since, I've seen him at multiple occasions and also had the opportunity to work out in his crossfit box in San Francisco right underneath the Golden Gate bridge. Dr. Kelly Starrett is one of the most influential coaches in the areas of mobility and functional fitness working with olympians, world-class athletes, the military and high performers from various different fields. In this episode, Kelly and I discuss the status of the German fitness scene, which routines he has on a plane, how he hacks his sleep in hotel rooms and which valuable advice he received from professional surfer Laird Hamilton. Enjoy! Show Notes 01:00 - Kelly's favorite German words 02:15 - Why Kelly loves German bread 03:45 - On the development of the German fitness scene 09:30 - Why the young generation of athletes is better equipped 12:30 - Kelly's methods for healthier traveling 17:30 - How many hours do athletes need to sleep 20:30 - Why Kelly loves the ice Quotes: If you are buying bread that's someone Oma made, that's food, that's fermented, that's beautiful. There is a generation of kids who've grown up power cleaning and swinging kettlebells. We are not designed to get on an airplane and fly somewhere. When I get off the plane, I don't to go to the gym, I walk. That beer is gonna mess up your sleep. Our recommendation for athletes is 9 to 10 hours of sleep. No phones in the bedroom.