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The Too Fit Podcast
12 minutes | Sep 23, 2019
Try This to Decrease Stress and Spark Creativity
Happy Monday! How much time do you spend in the car? Do you find it peaceful and productive? I know I usually don't! This is a short episode on something I recently put into practice when driving and hope it helps you too. Plus, we throw in a weekly challenge. Let us know if you give it a try!
60 minutes | Sep 18, 2019
Mastering Mindset to Improve Your Happiness, Health, and Longevity
Podcast, what's up?! It's good to be back! After a long hiatus the show is back up and rolling and, in my humble opinion, this first episode back does not disappoint. Dr. Catherine Sanderson joins me to dive deep into mindset. Her book, The Positive Shift: Mastering Mindset to Improve Happiness, Healthy, and Longevity does a great job of breaking down the science of thought and explains how our mindset exerts a substantial influence on our psychological and physical health….this isn’t just a book on theory, it’s practical! Key takeaways: Why spending time on Facebook makes us feel sad and lonely How to be happier and healthier in life and relationships Where our mindset comes from and how it develops How to how to correct poor thought patterns How social media is impacting our happiness and a different way of approaching social media Managing expectations to lead to happier outcomes Investing in experiences rather than things Enjoy and stay awesome! Links and resources: Book: The Positive Shift on Amazon
84 minutes | Feb 26, 2018
Hemp: How Its 50,000 Uses and Benefits can Save Lives and the Planet
Amber and Alaina are the sisters and masterminds behind Holistic Hemp Company. In this podcast we take a deep dive into the incredible properties of hemp including CBD oil, cannabis, THC (the active ingredient in marijuana), and how hemps 50,000 uses and benefits can save lives and the planet.
78 minutes | Feb 6, 2018
Episode 36 - The Art of Fear with Kristen Ulmer
Kristen Ulmer knows a thing or two about fear. She was the world's reigning most extreme skier for 12 consecutive years! She retired from starting avalanches in 2003 and instead, began creating avalanches in how we deal with fear. In this episode Kristen explains how we must create a new dialogue around our fear. A dialogue that brings it out of the basement and into the light, where it can lead us to newer heights as athletes, entrepreneurs, and high-performing individuals.
64 minutes | Nov 7, 2017
Episode 35 - How to Activate Your Mind, Body, and Business after Baby with Randi Zinn
Randi Zinn is the founder of Beyond Mom and BeyondMom.com. She is an avid yogi, motivator, consultant, community ambassador, a serial entrepreneur, author, and yes...a MOM! In this episode, Randi tackles some of the biggest myths about motherhood, how to stay fit before and after baby, and how moms can give life to their entrepreneurial spirit.
31 minutes | Oct 26, 2017
Episode 34 - The Past, Present, and Future of Too Fit with The Too Fit Guys
The Too Fit Guys sit down for a fireside chat and answer questions about the Past, Present, and Future of Too Fit. Plus, a few never before heard stories about best and worst and experiences, coyotes, and lessons learned. Hold on to your seats!
73 minutes | Oct 24, 2017
Episode 33 - From 'American Gladiator' to Camp Gladiator: Building a Fitness Empire with Jeff Davidson
Jeff Davidson is the co-founder and co-CEO of Camp Gladiator, the most recognizable boot camp in America, and one of the fastest growing fitness companies in the nation. In this episode we discuss how Camp Gladiator began, the journey, struggles, building a world-class organization, and much much more. Enjoy!
50 minutes | Apr 7, 2017
Episode 32 - Quantum Biology's Role in Your Health with Craig Emmerich
In this Episode of The Too Fit Podcast: The freaky, invisible world of quantum biology The implications of quantum in YOUR life Mind-blowing phenomena like how to transport through a wall...You read that right How is it possible to be in two places at the same time? EZ water: is it actually hydrating or just another sales tactic? Restoring the magnetic balance in your life using Earth's surface Craig Emmerich is an accomplished blogger, health-hacker, quantum enthusiast, entrepreneur, and peak performance aficionado. He owns and operates Keto-Adapted, an all-inclusive blog, and website devoted to healthy lifestyle design by way of a ketogenic diet along with his wife, Maria. Catch our interview about the ketogenic diet and
77 minutes | Mar 6, 2017
Episode 31 - James Fitzgerald: Optimum Performance Training and the Evolution of Fitness
"There seems to be this pervasive need to own methods of resistance today. All resistance is just that – forms of resistance – one is not better per se that another, they are just forms." - James Fitzgerald In this Episode of The Too Fit Podcast: Can you "out-train" your genetic potential? How often should you be training to failure? "Fatigue Repeatability" and using fatigue as a diagnostic tool. Proper program design and training cycles The benefits of individualized training versus programming for the masses Identifying and addressing which domain of fitness is holding you back Are Crossf
69 minutes | Feb 27, 2017
Episode 30 - Stealing Fire: How Silicon Valley, the Navy SEALs, and Maverick Scientists are Changing the Way We Live and Work with Steven Kotler
"Time slows down. Self vanishes. Action and awareness merge. Welcome to Flow." - Steven Kotler Episode 30 Overview: How Steven stumbled upon flow states. What is a non-ordinary state? Is it healthy or possible to be in a constant state of flow? How you can safely create a non-ordinary state in your everyday life The common misconceptions about flow states and ecstasis Why nearly every billionaire in Silicon Valley regularly microdoses with psychedelics Creativity... is it a trainable skill or a state-of-mind? Tapping into the DEEP NOW How to correctly utilize technology to increase your focus, performance, and life
57 minutes | Feb 22, 2017
Episode 29 - The Art of Health Hacking with TJ Anderson
"We do not lack the science, information, or technology to live healthily. We lack the art to use them properly." - TJ Anderson What an interview! Here's a brief overview of what we tackle in this episode: What the hell is health hacking? Why should I even know? The long and unusual path that lead TJ to health-hacking The dangers involved, including what lead to TJ's ER visit Goal setting paradox...how to ensure your goal setting process is delivering results Simple questions you need to be asking yourself for profound changes in your relationship with the substances, people, and the world around you Healthcare: Patient engagement vs. patient activatio
60 minutes | Feb 16, 2017
Episode 28 - Keto Diet 101: Where to Start and What to Expect with Maria Emmerich
"For 90% of dieters, a deficiency in one of four essential brain chemicals can cause weight gain, fatigue, and stress. The solution to losing weight doesn’t lie in deprivation diets; it lies in balancing our neurotransmitters." - Maria Emmerich By now you have heard us discuss the new kid on the block in the diet world, Keto. It may be the "new" sexy word, however, the ketogenic diet has been extensively studied since the 1920's, mainly in people suffering from seizures. Since the 1980's the general population has awakened to its benefits, but not until recently has a significant paradigm shift occurred in how we view fats, our food, and fueling for longevity and performance. Maria Emmerich has been leading the charge in the ketogenic movement, authoring a total of 9 books including the international best-seller, "
84 minutes | Feb 7, 2017
Episode 27 - From Mom's Basement to Malibu - Channeling Tragedy into Triumph, Stealing the Spotlight, and Earning the Day with Adam Von Rothfelder
From Mom's Basement to Malibu! Adam Von Rothfedler is well on his way to becoming a household name. As a premier model for Versace and the star of NBC's hit show Strong, many are becoming familiar with the muscles, tattoos, and immortal grip strength that characterize Adam's personality. However, few know the real story of Adam and the path that led him to the spotlight. Oddly enough, it's a journey that seems fit for the big screen. Dealing with personal tragedy and loss, Adam was drawn to the Octagon, fighting his demons more so than the man across the mat. The octagon was an outlet for Adam. As it turns out, he was a natural fighter, eventually winning Milwaukee's Toughest Man Challenge, which spawned his professional fighting and modeling career, followed by a move to the big city of Los Angeles. This trip was short-lived, however. The decline of his father's health called Adam back home to Mi
66 minutes | Dec 19, 2016
Episode 26 - How Your Food is Sabotaging Your Health and Performance and What You Can Do About it
Erin Thole is a BEAST when it comes to alleviating people's health problems. She systematically tackles symptoms and uncovers the root cause of the issue: your food. Food affects each of us in different ways, depending on each individual's biochemistry, genetic makeup, and environmental exposure. Think of Erin as your food therapist, discovering and obliterating problems that lie beneath the surface unbeknownst to you. In Erin's own words: "I have worked as a Certified Natural Healthcare Practitioner for over 8 years and my passion & dedication to functional medicine and helping others began with my own personal journey of horrible digestive and thyroid problems. For years everything I ate upset my stomach, I was always in pain, always bloated, always so tired, had crazy mood swings and I was a little chubbier than I wanted to be despite my active lifestyle. Sick and tired of feeling horrible and not getting the results I wanted at the gym, I chan
67 minutes | Nov 8, 2016
Episode 25 - Are Your Feet Robbing Your Performance? Move Like the Pros with A-Line Inventor, Gordan Hay
"Motion is life; if you are not moving, you are not living." - Gordon Hay ALINE: Moving Better For Longer Active Life While at the Bulletproof Conference in Pasadena, CA last month, Josh and I would meander around the vendor area digesting all the latest health gear and gadgets, trying to decide which ones we would implement upon our departure. All weekend long, there was this one booth that always caught our eye. The set up was simple with nothing but a platform upon which an individual would stand, with a man seated in a chair at his feet. The only problem was the booth was constantly packed with people crowded around the seated man like a prophet of sorts. On the third and final day, we finally got our chance to see what this foot-prophet and this magical platform was all about. Th
77 minutes | Oct 17, 2016
Episode 24 - The Tony Stark of Peak Human Performance, Dr. Andy Galpin
"In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice, there is." — Yogi Berra Dr. Andy Galpin is a man on a mission. He spends the majority of his days researching and discovering new ways to develop and reach peak human performance. Andy received his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, followed by his Masters in Human Movement Sciences, and eventually earning his Ph.D. in Human Bioenergetics. His work and research have been published countless times in his efforts to prove what the human body is capable of achieving. He may not know it, but his research is finding if it's possible to become, yes, Too Fit. In preparation for this interview, we each wrote over two pages of notes that we wan
50 minutes | Oct 4, 2016
Episode 23 - Are You Addicted to Sugar? Understanding, Defining, and Beating Sugar Addiction with Dan Defigio
"Whatever you do most of the time, that is what you're like." Dan "The Man" Defigio is here to help you kiss that sweet tooth goodbye! Dan has been in the health and nutrition industry since the early 90's. Through his journey, Dan has founded several companies, written multiple best-selling books, has appeared on CNN's Fit Nation, The Dr. Phil Show, Self magazine, and a host of other television, radio, and magazine outlets. Dan's latest passion project is tackling sugar addiction. Unfortunately, sugar has become prevalent in today's society. It has found its way in virtually every food item in the grocery store! Did you know sugar is eight times more addictive than cocaine? Crazy! With sugar negatively affecting millions of lives, Dan is determined to help you, and everyone else kick sugar to the curb.
51 minutes | Sep 9, 2016
Episode 22 - Luke Tyburski - The Endurance Adventurer - A Story of Perseverance and Triumph
25-kilometer swim. 1,300-kilometer cycle. 14 marathons. 12 days. One man... Luke Tyburski -The Endurance Adventurer Luke Tyburski is a master of setting goals and achieving them. He makes the unimaginable, tangible. He takes on the challenges that seem impossible and demands them to get the hell out of the way. Some say he's crazy. One thing is for sure...don't tell him it can't be done. After a professional soccer career left his body beat down and broken, his spirit also started to crack. Luke fell into a depression, unbeknownst to his friends and family, due to a lack of purpose and identity. He was no longer the soccer player of his childhood dreams. Luke, not one to stay down for long, came across
73 minutes | Aug 8, 2016
Episode 21 - Heart Rate Variability - Predicting Your Performance with Jason Moore of Elite HRV
Heart Rate Variability. What is it? How do I use it? How can it help me? What makes it different than measuring resting heart rate? These are questions that often arise when people here the term Heart Rate Variability. In this episode, we dig into the details of this simple, cost-effective, technology that you can start using right now! We were lucky enough to sit down with the man with all the answers, Jason Moore of the Elite HRV app. Jason and his wife started Elite HRV out of not only a passion for health and fitness, but also an attraction to algorithms, stats, measurements, and calculations. Since launching Elite HRV they have quit their previous jobs and traveled 13 different countries in just12 months, all while helping 60,000 plus users forge themselves into better athletes and enhance their quality of life. In this epi
53 minutes | Jul 18, 2016
Episode 20 - What the Heck is Kombucha?
What if I told you of an ancient elixir that could naturally give you energy, make you healthier, serve as a probiotic, aid in digestion, clear mental fog, and tastes amazing? Would you believe me? Given its many beneficial properties, it may sound like magic. Well, to many, it is magical! The ancient drink is known none other as Kombucha! Kombucha is rich in history and rooted in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Kombucha has recently been making headway in the conventional, and scientific realms as the connection between our gut health and mental health grow stronger. Hannah Crum of Kombuchakamp.com has taken it upon herself to spread the history, facts, and benefits of this healing drink to the masses while debunking common misconceptions. She specializes in teaching others to brew kombucha in the comfort of their homes and has even written a book,
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