Chloe Gower

#029 – Digestion, Celiac Disease, and The Four Hour Body with Chloe Gower

Chloe Gower is a Transformational Holistic Health Coach and Allergy Free Chef. She works with people showing them the power of Alternative Healing. Chloe also is very informed on disordered eating and helping people through issues with food. What an info-packed episode! We covered everything from coffee (and alternatives) to meditation, and everything in between!…

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Fitness Disruption

#028 – Common Sense Fitness and Finding A Great Coach With Jeff Nemeth

We talk to Jeff Nemeth about everything from having a fitness business to debunking fitness trends. You don’t want to miss this one! Topics we cover in this episode are lifestyle, Russian squats, planning, debunking trends and flipping things upside down. We also get into how Jeff went from corporate life to the health and…

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Dr. Joe Tatta

#025 – Gymnastics, The Brain, and Healing Your Pain Now with Dr. Joe Tatta

Dr. Joe Tatta is a doctor of physical therapy, board certified nutrition specialist and functional medicine practitioner who specializes in treating persistent pain and lifestyle-related musculoskeletal, metabolic and autoimmune health issues. Dr. Joe’s mission is to create a new paradigm around treating persistent pain and reverse our global pain epidemic. He is the creator of…

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#024 – Pat Davidson-Hard Work Vs. Programming, MASS, and Lifestyle Management

Pat Davidson has PhD in Exercise Physiology. He’s worked as a professor of Exercise Science at Brooklyn College and Springfield College. Pat has coached the athletes from Springfield College Team Ironsports. Pat has competed in Strongman and qualified and competed in two world championships at the Arnold Classic. Pat also has competed in submission wrestling…

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#023 – Getting Strong as Hell with Nick Horowski

Nick Horowski is a Physical Therapist and a Holistic Lifestyle/Nutrition Coach. He also competes in Strongman and loves lifting heavy things. When he’s not battling gravity he’s out in nature. Nick also hosts the Barenaked Health Podcast! Today we talk to Nick about: Strongman training, training principles, injuries, the importance of eating and sleeping. We…

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#002 – The Optimum Talkisode – Listening To Your Body, Depression, and Tools to Hack Your Productivity

In this exciting talkisode Brian and I discuss: eating people, jousting, Navy Seals, Fullthor. We also have some great information in the realms of depression and productivity. Apps mentioned: Dont Break The Chain – Website Don’t Break the Chain – App Twilight fl.ux Books Mentioned: The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari Supplements Mentioned: Organika Vege-Pro…

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#022 – Projection, Ego, and Riding the Waves with Jator Pierre

Jator Pierre is an explorer of self, curiosity cultivator, walker of earth, and a shadow seeker. Each day he is honored to work with clients around the world on their inner realities, gut health, auto-immune issues, addictions, perceptions, physical aliments and un-resolved trauma. His 18 year journey into inner coaching, ancestral nutrition, functional medicine and…

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Dating

#021- Embracing Who You Are With David Wygant

For over nearly 20 years David Wygant has been earning the trust of American men and women looking to transform their love lives. He one of the few dating coaches who commands genuine respect from the media, from other experts, and from real-life individuals. David Wygant is also the guy that the movie “Hitch” with…

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#020 Marta Wilde

#020 – Living the Unlimited Life with Marta Wilde

In this episode we speak to the amazing Marta Wilde, the better half of Cliff Wilde 😉 We discuss: Helping people with physical health issues, climbing and getting to the top of the mountain, physical symptoms having emotional roots. We also talk about choices, creative energy, and trusting your own intuition. The parasite discussed was…

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#019 Michael Jocson

#019 – Balloons, Walking sticks, and Small Balls with Michael Jocson

Since starting his career as a physical therapist in 1996, Michael studied everything he possibly could after graduation to be the best possible therapist he could be. What Michael discovered after the first few years was that no matter how good he was at being a physical therapist, a lot of patients’ progress was limited…

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