Jackie Warner is a celebrity trainer best known as the star of Bravo’s “Thintervention” and “Workout.” Her new book, Why You’re Sick and Tired, is taking the health community by storm. You don’t want to miss this one—we’re digging into the food industry, talking about alcohol, and getting the low-down on how to stay young!
Nicolas Cole went from a scrawny, unhealthy, 100-pound teen struggling with Celiac disease to a jacked 170-lbs physique model. Nicolas has been on the show before, and he’s back answering your questions about the ever elusive subject: how to gain muscle mass eating clean, Paleo, and Wild foods.
On to the show with Jill Miller, where we’re digging into: how to improve recovery and performance with soft tissue care, why family is the hardest to get on board, why self-abdominal massage is the missing link in everyone’s training, how to properly meditate (hint: you should be upside down). If you’ve got creaky bones, or you want to improve your performance, or maybe you just want some ironing out like me, this show is for you.
How about something new? Something really tasty, incredibly easy to make, and ready in just a few minutes? Meet your new friend, the Green Monster Frittata with Bruchetta. Sounds too hard to make? No way – if you can scramble an egg, you can make this masterpiece in jiffy.
Before Alyson became captain of the wild kitchen, she was a professional video gamer travelling all around North America and worldwide for competitions. She was also on a reality television show. Now, she takes the energy she spent getting people addicted to video games to helping people realize a healthier lifestyle through incredibly delicious food.
We’re on the show with Cliff Hodges, wilderness survival educator, founder of Adventure Out, and former host of NatGeo’s Remote Survival. You know the old question, “Who would you want to be stranded on a desert island with?” My answer—Cliff Hodges. Why Because he will keep me alive.
Tucker is the New York Times bestselling author of the somewhat controversial and always entertaining book, I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell—which sold over 2 million copies and made the New York Times Top 100 Most Influential Books list in 2009.
Dr. David Perlmutter is a board-certified neurologist and the author of the terrifically titled, #1 New York Times Bestseller, “Grain Brain: The Surprising Truth about Wheat, Carbs and Sugar – Your Brain’s Silent Killers.”
David Gottfried is considered the father of the green movement, having founded the Green Building Council in 1993. You may have seen the “LEED” plaque on the side of a building? That’s the green rating system that David helped develop.
So, are you ready to test your secret jungle cat skills? Start out by trying these 3 basic proprioceptive challenges on your own, and see how you measure up!