106 minutes | Aug 24, 2020

Episode 077 - Tom Fabbri | Modern day adventurer, Author, Pilot, & Founder of Total Motion 360

Tom Fabbri is a modern day adventurer and life wrangler.  He's an author and motivational speaker who shares his personal journey encouraging people to live a better life. See his website Follow him on Instagram Like his Facebook page Connect with him on LinkedIn Listen to his story from growing up with negative influences and hitting rock bottom, to changing his life through aviation, climbing adventures, and inventing a fitness product. Tom is on a quest to become the 15th American to complete the Explorers Grand Slam. This crazy adventure involves summiting the highest peak in each of the seven continents, and skiing to the North and South poles. He holds a commercial pilot's license, and has flown celebrated individuals across the world on private jets. Tom is also the founder of a wellness brand called Total Motion 360. He has invented a fitness equipment that you can incorporate into your routines. See the website Follow them on Instagram Like their Facebook page This Power Bar is a patented product, designed for conditioning your body through functional fitness. Known as the TM360 Method, you can stay active using fluid exercises that involve yoga, pilates, and Tai Chi movements. Evangelising a healthy lifestyle, Tom has authored two books - Ageless You: The Boomers Guide to Beginning Again, and Ageless You Adventure: Live an ExtraOrdinary Life. BUY HIS BOOKS HERE>> Enter the code GETOUT for a discount on your purchase of Ageless You Adventure: Live an ExtraOrdinary Life. You will receive an autographed copy by Tom. Also mentioned in this episode: 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air - Andes - Antarctica - Alaska - Alpine climbing - Altitude sickness - Baseball - Black Sea - Caspian Sea - Christopher Guest - Climbing volcanoes in Mexico - Coastal skiing - Colorado ice climbing - Craig Ferguson - Denali National Park - DesmondJi - DHL - Drake Passage - Elk meat - Ernest - Explorers Grand Slam - Game meats - Gaya - Graham Hancock - Hereras - Himalayan Guides Nepal - Hunting in North America - Ice climbing - Ilyushin II-76 - Iswari Paudel - Jacques Cousteau - Kenya - Kyanjin Ri - Langtang National Park - Last degree skiing - Mahua - Massachusetts - Midnight Sun - Mineralnye Vody - Monsoon season - Morgan Freeman - Mount Aconcagua - Mount Elbrus - Mount Everest - Mount Kilimanjaro - Mount McKinley - Mount Rainier - Mount Vinson Massif - National Geographic - National Hockey League - Nepal - Neil deGrasse Tyson - New Hampshire - North Pole - Pilates - Punta Arenas - Psychedelics - Rachael Doukas - Rainier Mountaineering Inc - Seven Summits - Sikorsky helicopter - South Pole - StarTalk - Swahili tribe - Tai Chi - Tanzania - The Ganges - The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson - Varanasi - Wim Hof - Wim Hof method - Yoga - Yorsh Timestamps for reference 05:43 Tom's childhood and growing up 07:59 How did Tom get into aviation? 14:55 Learning how to fly and education 16:28 Religion talks 23:55 Travel as education 31:06 Travel for an open mind and beginning of climbing adventures 34:05 The bounty of nature 35:35 Staying healthy and fit 38:07 Culinary school 41:36 Adrenaline rush and respecting nature 48:20 Aconcagua Reprise 48:47 Training and interest in climbing 58:56 Why Mount Denali is the best to train for the Himalayas? 01:01:32 Preparations to climb Mount Everest 01:02:50 Wim Hof Method 01:08:53 Tom's books - Ageless You, & Ageless You Adventure 01:15:05 What is Fear? 01:23:05 Why Tom shares his story? 01:24:29 Interest in Space travel and Space flights 01:27:14 How does Tom unwind? 01:29:21 Tom's experience with parenting 01:35:09 A bit about classic cars01:38:00 Tom's upcoming plans ******* Show cover jingle courtesy of Icons8 Music by Nordgroove from Fugue Episode background tunes courtesy of YouTube Audio LibraryBrother Jack by JR Tundra Divine Life Society by Jesse Gallagher Krishna's Calliope by Jesse Gallagher Not For Nothing by Otis McDonald All photographs by Tom Fabbri, and TotalMotion 360, unless otherwise stated
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