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Mental Toughness

Man UNcivilized with Traver Boehm – Episode 406

“Pain is the greatest leader that men are afraid to follow.”  Traver Boehm knows men. How they think, what’s behind their behavior, and most importantly, their unique challenges in the modern landscape. Traver is the founder of the UNcivilized Men’s Movement, the fastest growing men’s movement in the world. He is the author of Today I Rise, and Man UNcivilized as well as a two-time TEDx speaker, men’s coach and podcaster. Scroll Down for Show Notes: Click here to subscribe via iTunes… continue reading.

How to Build Mental Toughness & Resiliency with Lauren Johnson – Episode 403

“Mental toughness is accepting your reality, and choosing your response. It doesn’t mean you have to like your reality… It means that you’re accepting it, and when you accept it, you can do something about it.” Lauren Johnson, former Mental Performance Coach for the New York Yankees, is responsible for aiding in the development of athletes and staff through education, application, and support. Lauren also trains military personnel and business professionals through national speaking engagements, educational training workshops and consulting. Lauren’s practical, straight-forward advice and mental performance strategies help individuals develop mental toughness so that they can perform at… continue reading.

Raising Your Resiliency with Kris Coleman – Episode 365

Kris Coleman is the founder of Red Five Security which provides world class, state of the art security and protective intelligence services.  Working in both the private and public sectors throughout his 20+ year career, he has served with the CIA, the FBI, and as a former Principal with Good Harbor Consulting. His new book, Raise Your Resiliency, shares what it takes for you, your family, and your business to become truly resilient and ready for any challenges to come!   In this episode Kris takes you through practical and actionable ways you can quickly become more resilient and ensure… continue reading.

From Felonies to Fitness with Doug Bopst – Episode 348

Doug Bopst is an award winning personal trainer, author, speaker, and business owner.   A former felon and drug addict, he achieved his credentials through his personal journey of transformation.  He used his time locked up in jail to beat his demons and reinvent himself, with a lot of help from an unlikely mentor.   Keeping a promise he made to his mentor and former cellmate, Doug has helped hundreds of people improve their lives through the power of fitness.   The insights and tips he shares in this episode will help you too! Listen now. Scroll Down for Show Notes:… continue reading.

45 Quick Lessons From My 45 Years Alive

Last week I celebrated my 45th birthday in Kauai. As a gift to you here are 45 lessons/tips I’ve learned during those years: Lift, carry & drag heavy things. Sprint, jump, & throw. Less is more. Spend more time outside. Play. Prioritize sleep. Meditate. Eat real food. Unplug more. Smile more. Compliment more. Hug more. Laugh more. Take more risks. Give more credit. Learn to write and speak effectively. Learn how to sell. Simplify, always. Make faster decisions. Act like a leader. Learn to tell better stories. Have a mission. Adopt a dog. Make… continue reading.

The Swiss Superman: WWE Superstar, Cesaro – Episode 275

Have you ever wondered how the stars of the WWE eat and train to build the amazing bodies they display in the ring? Or how they maintain the mental toughness required to compete at the highest level, day in and day out? In this all new episode of the #RenegadeRadioPodcast with WWE Superstar, Cesaro, you get to go behind the curtain for a backstage look at the nutrition, training and mindset it takes to become a champion in the ring and in life. Scroll down for show notes: Click here to subscribe via iTunes… continue reading.

WWE Superstar, Sheamus: How to Train and Eat like a Celtic Warrior – Episode 271

In this episode of the #RenegadeRadioPodcast I have the honor of sitting down with WWE Superstar, “The Celtic Warrior,” Sheamus. Sheamus is a four-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion and one half of the reigning Smackdown Tag Team Champions. Drawing upon Celtic Mythology and his Irish Warrior ancestors, he has developed a ferocious in ring style and become a juggernaut in the squared circle. Join us for an inside look at his journey from making his debut in pro wrestling to climbing the ranks to reach the upper echelon of sports entertainment performers. Scroll down for show notes:… continue reading.

How to Be a High Performer and Achieve Personal Power Mastery with Douglas Vermeeren – Episode 268

Imagine what would happen if you were able to connect with the world’s highest performers and somehow convince them to teach you their secrets to success. What if you learned what the most successful people on the planet do to create such phenomenal results? From their actions and habits to their mindset and philosophies, what if you came to understand exactly what separates the top 1% of achievers from the rest of the world? Now you can, thanks to my guest in this episode of Renegade Radio, Douglas Vermeeren. Often referred to as “the modern day Napoleon Hill,” Douglas is… continue reading.

Living with No Excuses: Noah Galloway – Episode 235

Your excuses are no longer valid. Noah Galloway has one arm and one leg. And he’s competed in over 100 Tough Mudder and Spartan races, 5 and 10k’s, competed in fitness competitions, and took 3rd place on “Dancing with The Stars.” Noah is a veteran of the 101st Airborne Division of the United States Army. He’s also a fitness expert, motivational speaker, and best-selling author of “Living with No Excuses: The Remarkable Rebirth of an American Soldier.” Only 3 months in to his second tour of duty, Noah lost his left arm and left leg in an Improvised Explosive Device… continue reading.

Renegade Strength & Conditioning Workshop Review

By David Claiborne As a strength coach, one thing that I always try to make sure I do is to learn from the best. That is why last month, I traveled (once again) up to New Jersey to learn from one of the guys who originally got me in this industry and I turn to frequently for information to help take my coaching, and my clients and athletes results up another notch. Sure, I could join his Inner Circle (I did), and just read his blog posts (I have been for 3+ years now), and say… continue reading.