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190 minutes | 2 years ago
BETTERHUMANOLOGY. The End...Or the beginning?
This is a very special episode, we have taken ALL of the guest we have had in the past and their advice for becoming a better human (100% open ended) So this is a along episode (3 hours!) so feel free to break this up, we will not have an episode next week because of this length. But this is over 120 humans, awesome guests we have had and their advice for how to become a better human.
45 minutes | 2 years ago
Emily Moon (my wife) on Kids and their Fitness and Nutrition along with Listener Questions
Emily gets the normal round up of... Mental Toughness Challenge Fitness Challenge And Book Recommendation each episode. Foster Cline Then, she jumps into... Questions from listeners: Is there a workout you can beat Jerred at? What does your training/nutrition look like as a breastfeeding mom? Do you enjoy working out. If yes, with your husband or by yourself? If no, why? How often in the beginning did you think Jerred lost his mind? What does the work/life balance look like with Jerred working from home? Then, we hop into kids and their fitness and nutrition! Lastly, End Questions: Hardest workout you’ve ever done? In your opinion, what’s the best activity for building mental toughness? If you could only have one piece of equipment to train with for the rest of your life, what would it be (i.e. barbell, tire sled, whatever, etc.)? Best advice you have for becoming a better human? This is 100% open-ended.
43 minutes | 2 years ago
The Passion Paradox and Peak Performance with Brad Stulberg
Whats up everyone, this week we have Brad Stulberg. He is the author of Peak Performance but his newest book is called The Passion Paradox. So we talk about his new book and how to focus on your passion and balance everything.
57 minutes | 2 years ago
Dr. Matt Jordan on Injury, Science vs. Experience, and Higher-Level Thinking
Today we have Dr. Matt Jordan. He has earned multiple degrees and is a really smart guy who has worked with world and olympic athletes. He has a ton of great experience and we pick up so much from him. We talk about what you should do if you are injured, how to come back from an injury. He really is a master of his craft and is always looking for ways to improve and innovate.
51 minutes | 2 years ago
The Truth of Transformation with Joseph Hawthorne
This week we have Joseph Hawthorne. We have such a great conversion, we talk about getting out of your comfort zone and pushing yourself in your business. We dip into what it ACTUALLY takes to transform your life or to make a big change. He knows what it really takes to make a human change.
52 minutes | 2 years ago
Running Down a Dream with Tim Grahl
This week we are talking to Tim Grahl about his new book," Running Down a Dream: Your Road Map to Winning Creative Battles." We talk about what it really takes to pursue your passions.
26 minutes | 2 years ago
The Soft American
Today we are looking in to the future with the Betterhumanology podcast as we near our 10,000 humans goal. Today we are also talking about The Soft American from JFK and having physical soundness. What changes do you think have happened with our physical fitness since 1960? I go over some very astounding and even troubling stats at the physical readiness of the average American and the direction we are headed.
41 minutes | 2 years ago
Morning Routines, Macros, and Controlling Your Thoughts with Morgan Gillis
Hello all! This week we have Morgan Gillis from Flexible Foodie and 21 Days of Challenge. Some topics we talk about are changing mindset and controlling your thoughts. We talk about morning routine ins and outs, and we also dive into macro nutrients.
46 minutes | 2 years ago
YOUR Best Advice on Becoming a Better Human
This week we are going over YOUR best advice for being a better human. For years we have asked guests on both of our podcasts what is their best advice for becoming a better human. So in this episode we go over a bunch of the top ones and talk a little more in-depth on some.
66 minutes | 2 years ago
Getting Tactical with Light and Sleep to Build a Better Human with Dan Pardi
Welcome everyone, this week we have Dan Pardi. He is the CEO of Human OS. He has also been on Ted Talk. We touch on sleep but we dove deeper on other elements that others may not cover. Environmental factors, how to get more deep sleep, artificial light, and MORE.
49 minutes | 2 years ago
Digestive Health, Leaky Gut, and How One Size DOES NOT Fit all with Aglaee Jacob
This week we have Aglaee Jacob who is a diet and nutritionist. We talk a lot about her philosophies and how to not restrict yourself to a certain diet label. So of course we talk a lot about food, we talk about leaky gut, and her overall approach to all of this.
53 minutes | 2 years ago
Dr. Amy Bender on Sleep, Chronotypes, Caffeine, Wearables, and MORE!
This week we have Dr. Amy Bender, she is a professor at the University of Calgary, and she is a scientist on a mission to promote sleep! We love talking about sleep and we loved this interview. We talk about athletes and performance and why you should make sleep more of a priority. We also dive into caffeine and how it effects sleep performance. She also shares with us the athlete sleep questionnaire which she has used on olympic athletes. Lastly we dive into wearable, which is the best for sleep, how todo lists can help, reading, and MORE.
7 minutes | 2 years ago
Welcome to 2019! Here's what you need to do...
Short and sweet this week. All you have to do is GO CHECK OUT THE GARAGE GYM ATHLETE PODCAST. We just dropped Season 6 today and have some new athlete and guest on it.
36 minutes | 2 years ago
3 Habits Worth Building in 2019
People do not decide their futures, they decide their habits and their habits decide their futures. Listen to this episode to discover the 3 main habits you should be focused on in 2019 to see BIG TIME results!
60 minutes | 2 years ago
2019: Strong, Hard to Kill, and Superhuman
This week is another special episode. We have monthly webinars for our members talking about training and anything to help them succeed. Every 12 weeks we have one about the next upcoming cycle so that our athlete know which track they should be on and how to execute their training to smash their goals. SO we decided to publish our webinar for the first cycle of 2019 to the podcast! If you want to actually watch the webinar and see the slides talked about, they are always available to our members, including all of the webinars from this past year with some great topics.
39 minutes | 2 years ago
Simple Lessons Learned from 200+ Betterhumanology Podcast Episodes
Today we are taking a step back and reflecting on all of the podcasts, interviews, lessons learned, and then some. We are looking forward to 2019 and looking to evolve this podcast and this was a first step in that evolution.
56 minutes | 2 years ago
Navy SEAL, David Rutherford, on Confidence and Becoming a Better Human
This week we have David Rutherford from Team Froglog. He's a Navy SEAL medic, instructor, top motivational speaker, best selling author for adults and kids and is also a high performance coach. He's done a lot of cool stuff and we go over a lot. We talk about self confidence to building a business.
42 minutes | 2 years ago
Dialing it in with Sam Miller
This week we have Sam Miller from Oracle Training and Nutrition to talk about what happens when you focus beyond the sets and reps and more on to nutrition. Factors to help you make your program better and you can continue to see progress.
44 minutes | 2 years ago
KETO Athletic Kryptonite or Superpower
This week is just Jerred solo talking about his Keto experience. This is a follow up after the James Slade episode who is one of our athletes and has been Keto for while. Jerred did Keto and tested metrics, performance in different energy systems, recovery, and everything. Today he spills the beans about how it went and who it might be for.
56 minutes | 2 years ago
Gaining Muscle with Eric Helms
On the podcast this week we have Eric Helms. He is the chief science officer at 3D Muscle Journey. He has an awesome background, scientifically and athletically. He has published multiple peer reviewed articles and write for commercial fitness publications. Hes taught undergraduate and graduate level nutrition and exercise science. Eric speaks internationally at academic conferences for fitness, nutrition and strength and conditioning. He has a lot of more credentials you can check out and hear about. So we dabble in all of these topics and more.
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