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The Warrior Soul Podcast

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The Warrior Soul Podcast

The Warrior Soul Podcast

chris@warriorsoulagoge.com (chris@warriorsoulagoge.com)

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Reclaim your Warrior Spirit. Each week, we'll be discussing tools, tactics, ideas, and strategies to help you strengthen your body, enhance your mind, and dominate life. US Marine Corps Veteran Chris Albert delivers a powerful message: life is too precious to sit idly and watch it go by. The Warrior Soul Podcast was created to help all Veterans, and anyone willing to listen, to live their best lives. Past guests include: Ryan Michler, Ben Greenfield, Remi Adeleke, Chris Bell, and so many more.

Latest Episodes

How to Dominate Your 30s | Warrior Notes

I've been appearing as a guest on a number of podcasts lately, and one of the questions I get often is "what would you tell your 20-year-old self." Being 40, and running a podcast where most of the audience is in their 20s, I think about this a lot because I don't want you all to make some of the same mistakes I made: marrying the wrong person getting into debt falling into alcoholism getting out of shape So I decided to put together a list. This episode gives you five things you can start doing in your 20s so that you can dominate your 30s and beyond.

34 MIN1 d ago
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How to Dominate Your 30s | Warrior Notes

How to Get Out of a Bad Relationship, Deadlifts, and more: Ask Me Anything

Every couple of weeks, I take questions from the Warrior Soul audience and I give you my take on everything from fitness to relationships and self improvement. This week we cover: How to get out of a bad relationship Whether straight bar or hex bar deadlifts are better Testosterone replacement therapy My take on the carnivor diet and more Check out the show notes for this week's episode to get the resources at http://www.warriorsoulagoge.com/podcast-show-notes/ama-january-2020

31 MIN3 d ago
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How to Get Out of a Bad Relationship, Deadlifts, and more: Ask Me Anything

Matt Litrell: The Long Trail Home

In 2014, Matt Litrell decided that he needed to make a change. Since he'd gotten out of the Marine Corps, he hadn't been doing much except for drinking and sitting on his couch. Staring at his 9mm pistol, his demons started putting ideas in his head. Then he got an idea. Matt decided that he was going to ride his horse across the country from Camp Lejeune, NC to Camp Pendelton, CA. In addition to that, he was going to use the ride to raise money for the Semper Fi Fund. Matt Litrell started a Facebook page called The Long Trail Home to raise awareness about what he was doing, and to his surprise, thousands joined. He began his journey, along with his riding partner Ray by wetting his black mustang's feet in the Atlantic coast of North Carolina. Then he and Ray headed south toward Georgia and then turned west. Seven months later, he wet his horse's feet on the beach near Camp Pendelton. Along the way, Matt met many amazing people, including his future wife and many fellow veterans. Th...

78 MIN5 d ago
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Matt Litrell: The Long Trail Home

Remembering Corporal Jason Dunham: The Gift

Corporal Jason Dunham sacrificed his life to save the lives of his fellow Marines by throwing himself onto a live grenade. That act of heroism led to him posthumously receiving the Medal of Honor, the first Marine to be given the nation's highest military award since the Vietnam War. Jason Dunham's story of sacrifice and bravery is a story that will go down as legend in Marine Corps history. Generations of Marine recruits will learn Dunham's name as an example of physical and moral courage. Jason Dunham will also be remembered through the men he saved. PFC Kelly Miller and Lance Corporal Bill Hampton were with him that day and would have likely been killed by the blast that Dunham's body absorbed. Both of them, wracked with survivor's guilt, still go through their own battles, but have come to see Jason Dunham's sacrifice as a gift. Today, filmmaker David Kneiss is working to bring Corporal Jason Dunham's story to film in a documentary called The Gift. This project originally starte...

69 MIN1 w ago
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Remembering Corporal Jason Dunham: The Gift

Why Freedom is More Difficult Than Tyranny | Warrior Notes

Fyodor Dostoyevsky is one of the greatest writers in history. His masterpiece, The Brothers Karamazov, is a philosophical novel set in 19th century Russia that covers themes of morality, free will, and God. In this episode, we discuss one of the chapters of this book titled "The Grand Inquisitor." This chapter is a poem that one of the characters Ivan recites for his brother Alexei. In the poem, Jesus Christ returns to Earth during the time of the Spanish Inquisition. Amidst the burning bodies, Christ begins performing miracles. The crowd recognizes him and begins worshipping him, but the Grand Inquisitor sees him and orders his guards to take Christ to a dungeon. The rest of the chapter is a one way dialogue between the Grand Inquisitor and Christ. During the dialogue, the Grand Inquisitor chastizes Christ for denying the three temptations of Satan, and for giving his followers free will. His argument is that, because Christ gave his followers free will, the church now has to show ...

28 MIN1 w ago
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Why Freedom is More Difficult Than Tyranny | Warrior Notes

Forrest Munden: Bear the Burden

Forrest Munden is a US Army Veteran who served with the 101st Airborne. He created the Salty Soldier as a comedy page on Instagram as a satire on Army life and has since built it into a hugely popular social media platform. Since leaving the Army, Forrest has taken himself on a personal exploration of ideas surrounding masculinity, strength, and life. His podcast, BackBuilders, is designed for individuals interested in seeking personal development, discipline, and sovereignty. Forrest's goal is to harden his listeners to better bear the burdens of life and he does an outstanding job of that with his commentary. This was an outstanding conversation about the state of the veteran community, and potential solutions to the problems veterans face in this modern world. We discuss several books that you'll want to check out including: King, Warrior, Magician, Lover by Robert Moore and Douglas Gilette He: Understanding Masculine Psychology by Robert A. Johnson Man's Search for Meaning by Vi...

63 MIN1 w ago
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Forrest Munden: Bear the Burden

5 Ways to Find the Time to Exercise in 2020 | Warrior Notes

Finding the time to exercise is one of the biggest problems plaguing Americans today. Work, family, and other obligations often keep people from finding the time to work out and eat right. Here's the thing, there are only two assets that truly matter in life, your mind and your body. Money, possessions, and property are important, but you cannot survive or thrive without being in good mental and physical shape. If you aren't finding the time to exercise, you are selling yourself short in other areas of your life. In this episode, I give you 5 easy things you can do to find the time to exercise in 2020. These are practical things that you can begin implementing immediately after the show that will cost you little to no money to do. Small actions can change your life and the more you find the time to exercise, the more you'll be able to find confidence, capability, and determination in other areas of your life.

23 MIN2 w ago
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5 Ways to Find the Time to Exercise in 2020 | Warrior Notes

Pat McNamara: Earn a Degree in Badassery

Pat McNamara is a former special forces operator, trainer, and author of the book Sentinal: Be the Agent in Charge of Your Own Personal Protection Detail. Pat has dedicated himself to helping others to become more aware, more capable, and more tough. His Instagram page, TMACSINC, is one of the best fitness pages out there and it also offers segments on becoming a more effective Sentinal and becoming a more effective man (basic dude stuff). Pat is also a great guy. He came on to talk about his story, and to to deliver his advice on how you can become tougher and more effective in your daily life.

72 MIN2 w ago
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Pat McNamara: Earn a Degree in Badassery

How to Set Meaningful Goals in 2020 | Warrior Notes Edition

Every New Year, millions of people set goals that they will never reach. While many commentators say New Years resolutions are useless, the real problem has nothing to do with setting resolutions. The problem is that we often set goals that don't carry a great enough meaning to follow through on. Even if a goal is set up perfectly under the SMART goal criteria, you won't get far with it if there isn't enough meaning behind it. Change is difficult and to create the change you need, you'll need to set a goal that motivtes you everyday for the long term. This video will help you to create a process to set meaningful goals for yourself in 2020

21 MIN2 w ago
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How to Set Meaningful Goals in 2020 | Warrior Notes Edition

Walt Gragg: The Chosen One

Walt Gragg is a United States Army Veteran, former lawyer, and military fiction writer. His latest book, The Chosen One, follows the story of an unassuming holy man who gives rise to a worldwide Islamic fundamentalist movement that takes over the world and leads to a battle of epic proportions. The storyline also follows several characters in different theaters of the battle, including a Marine Force Recon officer who is tasked with delaying the Chosen One's forces until US reinforcements can arrive. This is Walt Gragg's second time being on the show. Last time, he came on to speak about his first book The Red Line. The Chosen One is action packed, enormously detailed, and captivating. It's characters, particularly the Mahdi, an Algerian cleric named Mohammed Mourad, and Marine 1st Lt. Sam Erickson, are enthralling. Walt Gragg's books not only bring entertainment, but lessons for the avid military reader. There are many leadership lessons through it's pages and the detailed descript...

65 MIN3 w ago
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Walt Gragg: The Chosen One

Latest Episodes

How to Dominate Your 30s | Warrior Notes

I've been appearing as a guest on a number of podcasts lately, and one of the questions I get often is "what would you tell your 20-year-old self." Being 40, and running a podcast where most of the audience is in their 20s, I think about this a lot because I don't want you all to make some of the same mistakes I made: marrying the wrong person getting into debt falling into alcoholism getting out of shape So I decided to put together a list. This episode gives you five things you can start doing in your 20s so that you can dominate your 30s and beyond.

34 MIN1 d ago
Comments
How to Dominate Your 30s | Warrior Notes

How to Get Out of a Bad Relationship, Deadlifts, and more: Ask Me Anything

Every couple of weeks, I take questions from the Warrior Soul audience and I give you my take on everything from fitness to relationships and self improvement. This week we cover: How to get out of a bad relationship Whether straight bar or hex bar deadlifts are better Testosterone replacement therapy My take on the carnivor diet and more Check out the show notes for this week's episode to get the resources at http://www.warriorsoulagoge.com/podcast-show-notes/ama-january-2020

31 MIN3 d ago
Comments
How to Get Out of a Bad Relationship, Deadlifts, and more: Ask Me Anything

Matt Litrell: The Long Trail Home

In 2014, Matt Litrell decided that he needed to make a change. Since he'd gotten out of the Marine Corps, he hadn't been doing much except for drinking and sitting on his couch. Staring at his 9mm pistol, his demons started putting ideas in his head. Then he got an idea. Matt decided that he was going to ride his horse across the country from Camp Lejeune, NC to Camp Pendelton, CA. In addition to that, he was going to use the ride to raise money for the Semper Fi Fund. Matt Litrell started a Facebook page called The Long Trail Home to raise awareness about what he was doing, and to his surprise, thousands joined. He began his journey, along with his riding partner Ray by wetting his black mustang's feet in the Atlantic coast of North Carolina. Then he and Ray headed south toward Georgia and then turned west. Seven months later, he wet his horse's feet on the beach near Camp Pendelton. Along the way, Matt met many amazing people, including his future wife and many fellow veterans. Th...

78 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Matt Litrell: The Long Trail Home

Remembering Corporal Jason Dunham: The Gift

Corporal Jason Dunham sacrificed his life to save the lives of his fellow Marines by throwing himself onto a live grenade. That act of heroism led to him posthumously receiving the Medal of Honor, the first Marine to be given the nation's highest military award since the Vietnam War. Jason Dunham's story of sacrifice and bravery is a story that will go down as legend in Marine Corps history. Generations of Marine recruits will learn Dunham's name as an example of physical and moral courage. Jason Dunham will also be remembered through the men he saved. PFC Kelly Miller and Lance Corporal Bill Hampton were with him that day and would have likely been killed by the blast that Dunham's body absorbed. Both of them, wracked with survivor's guilt, still go through their own battles, but have come to see Jason Dunham's sacrifice as a gift. Today, filmmaker David Kneiss is working to bring Corporal Jason Dunham's story to film in a documentary called The Gift. This project originally starte...

69 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Remembering Corporal Jason Dunham: The Gift

Why Freedom is More Difficult Than Tyranny | Warrior Notes

Fyodor Dostoyevsky is one of the greatest writers in history. His masterpiece, The Brothers Karamazov, is a philosophical novel set in 19th century Russia that covers themes of morality, free will, and God. In this episode, we discuss one of the chapters of this book titled "The Grand Inquisitor." This chapter is a poem that one of the characters Ivan recites for his brother Alexei. In the poem, Jesus Christ returns to Earth during the time of the Spanish Inquisition. Amidst the burning bodies, Christ begins performing miracles. The crowd recognizes him and begins worshipping him, but the Grand Inquisitor sees him and orders his guards to take Christ to a dungeon. The rest of the chapter is a one way dialogue between the Grand Inquisitor and Christ. During the dialogue, the Grand Inquisitor chastizes Christ for denying the three temptations of Satan, and for giving his followers free will. His argument is that, because Christ gave his followers free will, the church now has to show ...

28 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Why Freedom is More Difficult Than Tyranny | Warrior Notes

Forrest Munden: Bear the Burden

Forrest Munden is a US Army Veteran who served with the 101st Airborne. He created the Salty Soldier as a comedy page on Instagram as a satire on Army life and has since built it into a hugely popular social media platform. Since leaving the Army, Forrest has taken himself on a personal exploration of ideas surrounding masculinity, strength, and life. His podcast, BackBuilders, is designed for individuals interested in seeking personal development, discipline, and sovereignty. Forrest's goal is to harden his listeners to better bear the burdens of life and he does an outstanding job of that with his commentary. This was an outstanding conversation about the state of the veteran community, and potential solutions to the problems veterans face in this modern world. We discuss several books that you'll want to check out including: King, Warrior, Magician, Lover by Robert Moore and Douglas Gilette He: Understanding Masculine Psychology by Robert A. Johnson Man's Search for Meaning by Vi...

63 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Forrest Munden: Bear the Burden

5 Ways to Find the Time to Exercise in 2020 | Warrior Notes

Finding the time to exercise is one of the biggest problems plaguing Americans today. Work, family, and other obligations often keep people from finding the time to work out and eat right. Here's the thing, there are only two assets that truly matter in life, your mind and your body. Money, possessions, and property are important, but you cannot survive or thrive without being in good mental and physical shape. If you aren't finding the time to exercise, you are selling yourself short in other areas of your life. In this episode, I give you 5 easy things you can do to find the time to exercise in 2020. These are practical things that you can begin implementing immediately after the show that will cost you little to no money to do. Small actions can change your life and the more you find the time to exercise, the more you'll be able to find confidence, capability, and determination in other areas of your life.

23 MIN2 w ago
Comments
5 Ways to Find the Time to Exercise in 2020 | Warrior Notes

Pat McNamara: Earn a Degree in Badassery

Pat McNamara is a former special forces operator, trainer, and author of the book Sentinal: Be the Agent in Charge of Your Own Personal Protection Detail. Pat has dedicated himself to helping others to become more aware, more capable, and more tough. His Instagram page, TMACSINC, is one of the best fitness pages out there and it also offers segments on becoming a more effective Sentinal and becoming a more effective man (basic dude stuff). Pat is also a great guy. He came on to talk about his story, and to to deliver his advice on how you can become tougher and more effective in your daily life.

72 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Pat McNamara: Earn a Degree in Badassery

How to Set Meaningful Goals in 2020 | Warrior Notes Edition

Every New Year, millions of people set goals that they will never reach. While many commentators say New Years resolutions are useless, the real problem has nothing to do with setting resolutions. The problem is that we often set goals that don't carry a great enough meaning to follow through on. Even if a goal is set up perfectly under the SMART goal criteria, you won't get far with it if there isn't enough meaning behind it. Change is difficult and to create the change you need, you'll need to set a goal that motivtes you everyday for the long term. This video will help you to create a process to set meaningful goals for yourself in 2020

21 MIN2 w ago
Comments
How to Set Meaningful Goals in 2020 | Warrior Notes Edition

Walt Gragg: The Chosen One

Walt Gragg is a United States Army Veteran, former lawyer, and military fiction writer. His latest book, The Chosen One, follows the story of an unassuming holy man who gives rise to a worldwide Islamic fundamentalist movement that takes over the world and leads to a battle of epic proportions. The storyline also follows several characters in different theaters of the battle, including a Marine Force Recon officer who is tasked with delaying the Chosen One's forces until US reinforcements can arrive. This is Walt Gragg's second time being on the show. Last time, he came on to speak about his first book The Red Line. The Chosen One is action packed, enormously detailed, and captivating. It's characters, particularly the Mahdi, an Algerian cleric named Mohammed Mourad, and Marine 1st Lt. Sam Erickson, are enthralling. Walt Gragg's books not only bring entertainment, but lessons for the avid military reader. There are many leadership lessons through it's pages and the detailed descript...

65 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Walt Gragg: The Chosen One
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