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The Key to Human Resilience with NY Times Best-selling Author, Scott Carney – Episode 342

Scott Carney is an investigative journalist, anthropologist, and NY times bestselling author of several incredible books including “What Doesn’t Kill Us,” and his latest, “The Wedge: Evolution, Consciousness, Stress, and The Key to Human Resilience.”  He has worked closely with daredevil fitness guru, “The Iceman,” Wim Hof to learn breathing techniques and to intentionally place himself into the most uncomfortable situations imaginable, in the name of building almost superhuman levels of endurance and resilience.   He has traveled the globe to explore the human body’s potential.  Confronting fear at a cutting-edge neuroscience laboratory.  Tossing heavy kettlebells with a behemoth Russian partner. … continue reading.

How to Be Jacked & Athletic with WWE Strength Coach, Sean Hayes – Episode 320

As the WWE Performance Center’s Strength & Conditioning Coach, Sean Hayes is helping shape the physiques of NXT recruits and some of pro wrestling’s most recognizable superstars. The Harvard Grad, former linebacker, and former NFL Strength Coach knows what it takes to get people jacked, strong and ready to perform in any arena. If you’ve ever wondered how pro wrestlers build such amazing bodies, and more importantly how you can build one of your own, this episode is for you! Scroll down for show notes:… continue reading.

The 3 Rules of Leadership with U.S. Navy SEAL, Jason Redman – Episode 304

If you want to succeed in life you’ve gotta learn how to be a leader and develop the grit to overcome adversity. The all new #RenegadeRadioPodcast features a man that may know more about both than anyone else, Jason Redman. A retired U.S. Navy SEAL, he suffered devastating injuries when he and his team came under heavy machine gun fire while fighting the war in Iraq. Shot twice in the arm and once in the face, he managed to survive through the heroic acts of his teammates and his own will to live. Jason overcame seemingly insurmountable odds,… continue reading.

The Kids Are Alright

Originally published at EliteFTS.com 11/2005 Last night I closed the doors to my strength and conditioning facility for the last time. After over ten years in the same town and the same building, it was time for me to move on to new challenges. When I finished carrying the final few medicine balls out to my truck I locked the doors permanently. I pulled out of the parking lot and headed to meet a few friends for dinner. When I arrived I walked into a surprise party thrown for me by over thirty of my closest clients. continue reading.