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How to Feed a Brain Properly with Cavin Balaster – Episode 242

My guest in this episode of the #RenegadeRadioPodcast is Cavin Balaster. In 2011 Cavin sustained a severe brain injury after a two-story fall. He was initially comatose for 12 days and given less than 10% chance of ever regaining consciousness beyond a vegetative state. Once awake he suffered from severe complications including memory loss, brain fog, breathing problems and double vision. He was unable to eat, walk or talk for several months. About a year after his injury Cavin was introduced to a nutritional protocol that helped him begin to regain some clarity. He devoted his life to the study… continue reading.

Prevent Injuries and Build Muscle Faster with Dr. John Rusin – Episode 236

The doc is in with your prescription for muscle. For the first time in almost 2 years Dr. John Rusin is back on the #RenegadeRadioPodcast! He’s here to teach you how to get jacked and strong, while avoiding injuries, with joint-friendly, pain free training. John is an internationally recognized strength coach, speaker and writer and he’s one of the fitness industry’s leading experts in pain-free performance. He has advanced degrees in exercise science and physical therapy and more than a decade of elite-level training experience. His cutting edge training methods have revolutionized the way his athletes and clients look, feel… continue reading.

How to Heal Your Gut and Improve Your Performance with Dr. Zach Bush – Episode 227

In this episode I speak with Dr. Zach Bush. He is one of the few triple board-certified physicians in the country, with expertise in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism, and Hospice/Palliative care. The breakthrough science that Dr. Bush and his colleagues have delivered offers profound new insights into human health and longevity. This episode is all about gut health and your microbiome. He breaks down the disconnect between the food on our plate vs. what is going on in your body and how our guts have become sensitive to grains, because of the chemicals in them. Find out practical advice/tips… continue reading.

Optimizing Sleep with Doctor Kirk Parsley

You want to be jacked, but aren’t seeing the gains you want? Doctor Kirk Parsley dives into the main problem that can be holding you back- sleep. Doc Parsley served as an Undersea Medical Officer at Naval Special Warfare Group One. He is a former SEAL and served as Naval Special Warfare’s expert on Sleep Medicine. Doc’s philosophy is simple; in order to optimize our health and get the most out of our bodies and minds, we must live more closely to the way we evolved as a species. Many diseases and disorders that we accept as “inevitable”… continue reading.

Stressed or Fatigued? Read This

If you’re suffering from stress or fatigue then you’ll love what Anthony DiClementi has for you in The Biohackers Guide. -The reason 70% of Americans are stressed. Discover the digestive, metabolic, immune, and energy impact of stressors and how to fight them – pg. 129 -5 stress management, reduction, and outright elimination biohacks that all require less than 30 minutes of effort – pg. 164 -Why it only takes 28 days to achieve freedom from stress, negative thoughts, anxiety and more (even if you don’t feel stressed, I challenge… continue reading.

Don’t Say I Didn’t Warn Ya

Renegade trainee, Marko Zivkovic sent me a note echoing the experiences of thousands. You’ll probably be nodding your head as you read. If you haven’t experienced this yet, pay close attention. You’ll save yourself years of pain and frustration.   “For a long time I’d been doing the classic 5×5 squat, bench and deadlift. It was good at first but eventually I stalled out. I came across your programs and have been doing them for years. My body feels better and I’ve been getting great muscle and strength gains.”… continue reading.

This Should NEVER Happen

I always found it odd that training would make you worse. At least the way most people do it. You’d think it would make you faster, more athletic and able to do more real world stuff. But it usually ends up being the opposite. People use methods and exercises that continually make them less functional. They just turn into Frankenstein and are often riddled with pain and injury. That was always me for many years. Until I discovered a better way. When I share those methods… continue reading.

Ready to fight?

Just out of coincidence I’ve been around a few ex-military badasses lately. SEALS, green berets, marines. Guys who are always physically prepared and ready to do whatever, whenever. That’s a quality all men should strive for. You never know when some sh*t’s gonna go down. Even though most of us live soft, coddled lives I still like to think of our primitive roots. I like to think of men as warriors. There was a time when we had to fight to survive and hunt to eat. continue reading.

The Most Overlooked Habit For Getting Jacked

Now, some people out there seem to be completely immune to stress. These guys are just blessed with invincibility. I’m talking about the ones who… -Build muscle by looking at weights -Don’t need to sleep more than 4 hours per night -Stay ripped and jacked while eating Cinnamon Buns and Bagel Bites -Work 18 hours per day and stay more relaxed than the Dalai Lama -Never read about training on the internet -You aren’t one of those guys. I’m not either. We’re the ones with… Stress prone tendencies- constantly over thinking, staying indecisive, getting worked up about nothing Tons of life stressors like… continue reading.

You’re Lost?

Friday night Jen and I finally finished watching the TV show, Lost. Man, did that ending suck. I’d heard about it for years from everyone. They were even still joking about it on the Oscars a couple months back. I said to Jen, “we put in all that time for that?!” I was so disappointed. All that for nothing. Which is exactly how people feel after finishing many of the popular training programs out there today. They hop around their… continue reading.

Never Do This for Shoulders

As a young meathead, I did a lot of stupid stuff in the gym. I mean really f’n stupid. But I was in my twenties and thought I was invincible. Not to mention charming and handsome with the bloat of youth filling my puffy face. Oh, where have ye gone? Father time, you’re a cruel bastard… The point is that stupidity eventually led to shoulder surgery. That’s why I cringe every time I see someone doing upright rows or lateral raises.   I see it in… continue reading.