Fitness trainer and holistic wellness advocate Chelsey Luger teaches the indigenous traditions that once kept tribal people in optimal health… but which have been replaced by packaged foods and cheap beer over the last century.
Roy Maynor and Kenny Stanford are two fathers and best friends who found a way to bring the play back into fitness. At their gym they created recess for grownups—an obstacle course training program that brings people together for health, fun, and dessert!
While we might know how to eat right and exercise, why is it so dang hard to actually DO it? Today we’re here with Sarah Fragoso, the bestselling author of 6 books, world-traveler, and mother of 3 who might have the answer.
If you want to be stronger, faster, and more energetic, this episode with Ryan Hurst is for you. Ryan is a black belt in Kendo, Judo, Shorinji, and Kempo and dedicates his life to teaching people how to move their bodies better.
If you want to know how to use food as medicine, improve thyroid function, or become fat-adapted—especially as a woman—this show is for you.
Why are so many runners and endurance athletes overweight? If you’ve struggled to maintain low body fat during training (or even in your everyday life), this show is about to blow your mind.
By week 7 of “My Diet is Better Than Yours”, Kurt’s wife Alecia had actually lost more weight than any of the female contestants! We caught up with Alecia to ask her about her experience with The Wild Diet…
On this show with Shawn Stevenson, you’re about to learn how to upgrade your mental performance, change your genetic expression, and get rock-solid sleep.
Do A-List celebrities struggle with the same boring challenges as the rest of us? You’re about to find out in this interview with celebrity trainer Jay Cardiello.
On this show with Jennifer Cassetta, you’re going to learn how to upgrade your mental strength, dial-in your nutrition, and kick some serious butt.