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The Dominate Stress Podcast: Antifragility | Productivity | Health | Performance
36 minutes | Jul 24, 2014
DSP: Stress Fundamentals Solo Ramble
Stress is universal and pervasive in every aspect of life. The same principles that make your muscles adapt to stress to become stronger can be applied to your relationships, work, education, productivity, etc.
58 minutes | Jul 11, 2014
DSP: Float Tanks – a 4 Person Review
From hallucinating to total relaxation, four people share their first float tank experience while the float tank expert explains the science of what's happening. Here in Part 2 we cover: Float tanks effect on digestion and fat loss How to release tension in your body Freaking out in the float tank How to increase mobility and flexibility Float tanks effect on sports and athletics Replacing medication with floating Fibromyalgia Binaural beats for brain synchronization Floating for pregnant women Jason loses his brain Barry's visualizations of light and eyes Rand's trying to turn the brain off and childhood memories The truth - not every float is a psychedelic life changer Why jef's not sure about floating How caffeine affects the brain How to gain clarity on your issues or relationships How floating might make you socially awkward 100 days straight of floating How to optimize business and mental capacities after floating
38 minutes | Jul 4, 2014
DSP: Float Tanks with Kevin Johnson Part 1
What is a float tank? Why should you care? These answers and more with Kevin Johnson of the Zero Gravity Institute. Stress management, meditation, recovery from athletic exercise and more.
53 minutes | Jun 26, 2014
DSP: Fear, Parkour and Flow State with Sean Rogers
Overcome fear, reach a state of flow, and build self-confidence through movement. Sean shows us how Parkour and movement fit into the bigger picture of stress and adaptation and can improve all areas of life.
81 minutes | Jun 19, 2014
DSP: Carol Salva – Cigars, Scotch and Community Building
Carol Salva of Fat2FitHQ breaks down the success that her group of "normal people" have had with fat loss, health, community building and having fun!
60 minutes | Jun 12, 2014
DSP: Dr. Hansler – Blue Light, Brown Fat, Cancer & Pregnancy
How is artificial light really affecting us? Blue light exposure at night is correlated with increases in cancer rates, screwing up babies' sleep patterns in the womb, poor sleep and more. It is also inversely correlated with internal brown fat production. Dr. Hansler has been studying light for decades and is now using his knowledge to help people gain awareness of its effects and manipulate it for better health.
39 minutes | Jun 5, 2014
DSP 006 : Daniel Vitalis – Dominating Stress by ReWilding Yourself
Thanks for listening! - To get more DSP content as it becomes available, you can subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher! Also, reviews on iTunes help a lot, and I read every single one of them! Feel free to share your links on there so I can ping you back to say thanks! Episode 6 What a stress filled week! I'm on the road at a software conference doing presentations, compiling podcast info, dealing with my own apparent audio/video ineptitude... Thank goodness my guests are way more put together than I am, and this week's guest is no different. Daniel Vitalis is a Leading Health, Nutrition, and Personal Development Strategist. Encouraging us to “ReWild Ourselves”, he teaches that Invincible Health is produced by a life aligned with our biological design. His entertaining, motivational and magnetic delivery style has made him an in-demand public speaker in North America and abroad. He is the creator of FindASpring.com, a resource helping people find fresh, clean, wild water wherever they live, and the founder of SurThrival.com, a brand pioneering a lifestyle of health and adventure. Daniel was recently featured in the widely acclaimed film “Hungry For Change”. He can be found at DanielVitalis.com. We dominate: Breaking free from the way we live Zoos vs factory farms The squat and fear of the floor Chairs are only halfway to sitting Poop challenges Resting HR in a squat Breathing in the squat The origination of sedentary-ism, arthritis, and brain shrinkage Dogs - ancient man's best friend The stone age was pretty recent Wild foods are different in composition and chemistry Wild water and air, how to get it Water doesn't conduct electricity Epigenetics Every second of your life is training Man's devolution from wolf to chihuahua Links to Discussed Resources DanielVitalis.com Water TDS Meter FindASpring.com SurThrival.com - USE DISCOUNT CODE "ELITE10" for a 10% discount through June 8, 2014! Check out Daniel's Magazine http://www.danielvitalis.com/subscribe-to-dispatch/
58 minutes | May 29, 2014
DSP 005 : Evan Brand on Sensory Deprivation, Hacking The Office, Modernity
Epic episode quotes - click to Tweet!"What happens to the brain when you take away all sensory input?" - Evan Brand "Surround yourself with people who will bring you UP" - Evan Brand Thanks for listening! - To get more DSP content as it becomes available, you can subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher! Also, reviews on iTunes help a lot, and I read every single one of them! Feel free to share your links on there so I can ping you back to say thanks! Episode 5 Diet and exercise get a lot of attention in the media. They also dominate a lot of our own thoughts when it comes to health, confidence and feeling better about yourself. The bad news is, there's often a lot more to it than that. The good news is, there's often a lot more to it than that. Evan Brand of NotJustPaleo.com talks about lots of very neat ways to tackle stress from various angles besides diet and exercise. He's got a ton of interesting stuff to say, which is overly evident by the number of times I say "that's interesting" in this episode :). We dive in on: Sources of depression Senses heightened in nature and losing them in modernity Sensory deprivation / float tank for clearing the mind Essential oils - which to use and why Electromagnetic exposure and effect on humans City anxiety Being on top of the world Hacking the office/work environment Meditation isn't what you think Music for getting things done Perception of time Sleep, blue light and cancer Endless summer and seasonality What sugar does for stress Surround yourself with better people Sunshine for magnesium absorption Links to Discussed Resources NotJustPaleo.com Twitter: NotJustPaleo Facebook: NotJustPaleo Dr. Hansler on Blue Light Float Tanks & Sensory Deprivation Chambers Essential Oil Sampler Essential Oil Blend Book: REM Rehab Podcast: Not Just Paleo About Evan I created Not Just Paleo after healing my Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Depression with nature immersion, lifestyle and diet. My goal? Provide the best interviews on health and happiness on the web. I seek out the deeper connections between lifestyle, habits and willpower. Before I hit the top 25 on the Health & Fitness Podcast charts on iTunes, I was spending my time studying Business and Communications at the University of Louisville. With a passion for public speaking, I was naturally attracted to connecting with others. I also spent a year in the Geoscience program at Indiana University learning about how society intertwines wit
65 minutes | May 22, 2014
DSP 004 : Andrea “AJ” Jengle on Elite Athletes, Hacking Stress and Dieting For Women
Epic episode quotes, click to Tweet!"For the average person, it's all about controlling blood sugar" -AJ"Exercise doesn't have to be this monster that everyone thinks it is." -AJ"The most common mistake is that women just don't eat enough fat." -AJ Thanks for listening! - To get more DSP content as it becomes available, you can subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher! Also, reviews on iTunes help a lot, and I read every single one of them! Feel free to share your links on there so I can ping you back to say thanks! Episode 4 This week we have Andrea "AJ" Jengle. She's probably tired of me putting her name everywhere like that so let's stick with AJ. AJ is emerging as one of the world's experts on female health and fitness coaching. She uses Carb Nite & Carb Backloading along with her own personal tweaks and experiences to help folks shred fat, find their health and keep and build their muscles along the way. Strength is attractive, even in women! We go into detail on: How health can hold back athletic goals Conventional wisdom diet experiment gone wrong How people who think they are naturally "high strung" can actually change Choosing your friends and shaping your environment Retiring unhealthy might be a waste of time What is carb nite? What does a high fat meal look like? What is carb backloading? How to make diet not be neurotic The most common issues with women dieting Tips for hacking stress Clothing and confidence Athletes are NOT the picture of health they seem to be The ripple effects of sports Leaving the comfort zone is when AJ is the happiest How to Kickstart fat loss in just 10 days Links to Discussed Resources HER Fitness Solutions Body.IO AJ on Facebook AJ on Twitter Book: The Power of Now Carb Nite Solution Carb Backloading A Great Story From AJ This morning I got up early and headed to the gym. When I was in the change room, I overheard a group of women talking. They were probably my age (35) and a bit older. I heard them say things like; “damn genetics” “I tell my daughter to show off her legs because its only a matter a time before she inherits my cellulite” “I just can’t find enough time to do enough cardio right now. I’m going to do 5 days a week when my husband is home with the kids for summer break” “1200 calories is my goal today, I didn’t go over yesterday” This sort of conversation is pretty typical in the women’s change room. In fact, 10 years ago (before I decided to make a
79 minutes | May 15, 2014
DSP 003 : Darryl Edwards on Wealth vs Health and Primal Play
Check us out and leave a review on: iTunes or Stitcher Radio! WINNER OF LAST WEEK'S BOOK GIVEAWAY - CONGRATS MARILIZA! Episode 3 This week we have Darryl Edwards of The Fitness Explorer. Darryl transformed his health, increased his Deadlift and built a happier life by quitting his job to eat and move the way his body was designed to. Topics Covered Darryl is super animated and passionate about these topics. Our Primal Playout session at PFX was awesome. Everyone that works with him leaves feeling like they've worked their bodies, learned something new, and had a great time laughing and building new relationships. We cover: Trading wealth for health The Jamaican diet - not Liver! Playing with Elite athletes Getting crazy without needing alcohol No skills required to have fun Crawling instead of drinking coffee Avoid pain at all costs... if you want to be soft Beds are more dangerous than trees More About Darryl Edwards He is the founder of Fitness Explorer Training. He specializes in Movement Therapy but also work as a Nutritionist focusing on Paleo/Primal Nutrition for disease prevention, health, body composition, performance and well-being. He is based in London, England. His certifications include: Gym Jones L3 MovNat Certifed Trainer (MCT) Crossfit; C2 Indoor Rowing; Kettlebell Strength & Conditioning Premier Sports Conditioning Instructor POSE running L1 (coached by Dr Nikolai Romanov); Olympic Lifting. Read more: About The Fitness Explorer 418 lbs. Deadlift Built On Play https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eE1O9lOdQU0 Links and Darryl's Book Darryl's Book - Paleo Fitness Website - The Fitness Explorer Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/FitnessExplorer
24 minutes | May 8, 2014
DSP 002 : Melissa Hartwig of Whole9 on Cravings, Genetics and More
Check us out and leave a review on: iTunes or Stitcher Radio! Episode 2! Another exciting episode of The Dominate Stress Podcast! This week we have Melissa Hartwig of Whole9Life.com This interview was also at Paleo f(x) in Austin, TX. Melissa does a great job of talking about how stress ties into so many areas of our life - some we might not even expect. We cover a ton in a short time, but some of the topics include: Cravings... from stress! Habits, emotions and addiction Self worth & growth mindset I "used to could" When to be strict and when to be flexible Why moderation is stressful How your genetics affect you, and how you can control your genetics Perception vs Reality Melissa Hartwig Melissa Hartwig was born in Nashua, NH, and was a typical East Coast girl (active, Type-A, and never talked to strangers) until moving to Salt Lake City, UT with her husband Dallas in 2010. She quit the highest paying corporate job she’ll ever have in April of that year to found Whole9, a community focused on health, fitness, balance and sanity. Since then, the Whole9 (and their original Whole30® program) have grown to serve nearly a million visitors a month, and Melissa once again has health insurance. She is the New York Times bestselling author of It Starts With Food, a Certified Sports Nutritionist through the International Society of Sports Nutrition, and is a current candidate for a Masters degree in Health and Nutrition Education from Hawthorn University. She coaches kettlebells as an RKC-certified kettlebell instructor, and is an Ambassador for Lolë, a lifestyle brand that encourages women to Live Out Loud Everyday by getting active and getting involved in their communities. More info can be found at www.whole9life.com Links to Melissa's World It Starts With Food http://www.facebook.com/Whole9 Twitter: @whole9life
36 minutes | May 2, 2014
DSP 001 : Holistic Health with Sara Eye CPT, CHN, HLCII
Check us out and leave a review on: iTunes or Stitcher Radio! Episode 1! We are lucky enough to have Sara Eye on the inaugural episode of The Dominate Stress Podcast! The interview took place at Paleo f(x) in Austin, TX. We covered all sorts of "stress hacking" techniques at Paleo f(x) and in the show, but the underlying theme of both the conference and this episode is Keep It Simple. We talk about simple and free things you can do to improve your life today. A few of the topics we cover: The art of mindfulness Metabolic typing Parasite cleansing Are you absorbing your water? Ethical social engineering Quantum physics Discuss these topics or let me know what you think below in the comments! About Sara Sara Eye is a certified personal trainer, holistic nutritionist and holistic wellness advisor with 12 years experience in research and application. She holds advanced certifications through the International Sports Science Association, Penn Foster and the CHEK Institute, having completed custom design courses in sport-specific conditioning, fitness and structural assessments, scientific core conditioning, back training and program design for individual body composition and strength training. She has also completed specific CEU courses in Substance Abuse and Addiction, Hormones and is currently working on an extended course covering the Psychology of Eating Disorders. She uses her continuing exploration of and understanding of the metaphysical correlations with physical symptoms, sociocultural influences on lifestyle habits and choices. She applies the science of mindfulness to access values and determine specific, attainable goals through a comprehensive system of questionnaires, health assessments, and 1-1 counseling. Learn about her at http://austinprimalfitness.com/about/ Podcast Links Connect with Sara Eye http://austinprimalfitness.com/ facebook.com/PrimalFitnessNutrition Twitter: @austinprimal pH Drops for mineralizing water Book: Why Quantum Physicists Don't Get Fat Book: The Biology of Belief Book: The Intuitive Way
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