Playlist · by Kōta Unoo
21 episodes, 34 hours 38 mins
#95: Bulletproof Your Kids Immune System with Integrative Pediatrician, Dr. Joel Gator Warsh
Kids these days are getting sick more often with common infections, such as colds, sore throats and strep, coughs, ear infections, sinus infections, and the flu. Why is that?On today’s Broken Brain Podcast, our host, Dhru, talks to Dr. Joel Gator Warsh, an integrative and holistic pediatrician in Los Angeles, California. He earned his medical degree from Thomas Jefferson Medical College and completed his pediatric residency at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. He founded Integrative Pediatrics and Medicine in 2018, where he works today. Dr. Gator has published research in numerous peer-reviewed journals on topics including childhood injuries, obesity, and physical activity. He has been featured in numerous documentaries, films, podcasts, and articles including Broken Brain 2, the Dr. Nandi Show, CBS News, LA Parent, the Dr. Taz Show, and many others.In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Gator talk about why our children are having chronic immune system problems. They discuss The Seeds o...
73 Coaching Your Way Out of a Job with Mark Bennett
In today's episode, I am super excited to bring Mark Bennett to the Coaching Culture podcast, talking about coaching systems and how to effectively run them. Mark has been leading others for over 30 years, starting out serving in the British Army as an instructor and since then, he has worked in English Basketball, English Soccer, and English Rugby, as well as the Cleveland Indians and Oklahoma City Thunder in the US. Mark begs a very important questions, "How aware are the coaches of what they're doing and what they're not?" and "What support mechanisms are in place to raise awareness to a coach of what they're doing and then support them in that change?" - He suggests that coaches film themselves and go back and look through how they reacted to and coached up their athletes- - The aim of a great coach should be to make themselves redundant - Coaching vs. Instructing As a coach, you are investing in the human being, not just "your athlete" because it is the human being that makes t...
Barefoot Running with Daniel Lieberman, PhD
My guest today isDaniel Lieberman, PhD Dr. Lieberman is Professor and Chair of the Department of Human Evolutionary Biology, and the Edwin M. Lerner II Professor of Biological Sciences at Harvard University. He was educated at Harvard and Cambridge. He studies how and why the human body is the way it is, and the relevance of human evolution to contemporary health. His major research foci include the evolution of long distance walking and running abilities as well as the effects of shoes on locomotor biomechanics and injury; he also studiesthe evolution of the highly unusual human head. His work has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, and many other groups and foundations. He has ongoing fieldwork projects in Kenya and Mexico. In addition to over 130 peer-reviewed research articles, he’s published several books including "The Evolution of the Human Head (Harvard University Press, 2011), and “The Story of the Human Body” (Pantheon, 201...
76 The Rule of 3: A Tool to Drive Behavioral Change, with Mark Bennett
In our latest #CoachingCulture episode, Nate and I are bringing you part 3 continuing our conversation with Mark Bennett on the Rule of 3. Get the weekly podcast coaching notes by going to thriveonchallenge.com and subscribing to the weekly newsletter! Rule of 3 Rule 1: Self (Behavior 1st, than technical and tactical) - Am I managing my state? - Am I in excellence? Rule 2: Player - Reaching out to have a positive impact on that player. - Effective communication is only effective if it has the desired impact. Rule 3: Coach -Coach steps in because no 2 has stepped in to work with 1. Or they have stepped in but 1 still isn’t changing. Teach your athletes how to give and receive feedback well. Set up a time to formally give permission to intervene. The formal permission process allows your athletes the freedom to grow in that way. Follow Mark Bennett on Twitter @pdscoach We'd love to hear from you! Twitter: @jpnerbun @CoachNSanderson email@example.com Nate_S@BreakthroughBa...
Young Blood Transfers For Anti-Aging, Alzheimers, Parkinson's & More: The Future Of One Of The Most Cutting-Edge Medical Protocols That Exists.
You've no doubt heard of controversial young blood transfers made popular of late in the anti-aging and longevity industry. But what has flown under the radar is plasma transfusions of young blood have been found in clinical research studies to have never-before-seen effects on chronic health conditions such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's. Today, you'll get never-before-heard breakthrough information on how young blood transfusions really work for these conditions. bengreenfieldfitness.com/youngblood
The castaway in Desert Island Discs this week is the writer Jeanette Winterson. Her first book Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit was based on her Lancashire childhood where she grew up as the adopted daughter of evangelical parents. She'll be talking to Sue Lawley about her upbringing - in which her parents saw her as a child they could dedicate to God, about how she left home at 15 after falling in love with another woman and about how she finally managed to get herself into Oxford. Her first book won the Whitbread Prize and has been followed by more books and more prizes, all of which have attracted criticism and acclaim in equal measures. [Taken from the original programme material for this archive edition of Desert Island Discs] Favourite track: Di, Cor Mio from Act 1 of Alcina by George Frideric Handel Book: Four Quartets by T S Eliot Luxury: A case of Krug champagne
Episode 28 Training Ugly- Creating A Safe Learning Enviroment With Trevor Ragan
Trevor Ragan form TrainUgly.com joins the podcast this month! Episode 28 discusses: Art of Applying Principles Learning Zone Levels of Teaching- Applicable Ideas for Your Sports!
80 Changing the Game with John O’Sullivan
In our latest #CoachingCulture episode, we’re bringing you a friend of the pod and someone who has influenced Nate and myself’s formation as coaches, John O’Sullivan from Changing the Game Project. Get the weekly podcast coaching notes by going to thriveonchallenge.com and subscribing to the weekly newsletter! Top three reasons athletes play: - Positive Coaching - Positive Team Dynamics - Trying Hard (Good Practice/Game Environments) You’re not missing the magic practice. If you continually focus on building the relationship up with the parents and keep them in the loop and work hard to notice when a kid is making improvement or struggle, the relationship will more likely than not, be positive. It’s easy to see parents’ involvement as a problem instead of an opportunity to help both the kid and the team culture. Advice for Coaches when you’re trying to build trust in your athletes and their parents: - First, understand trust and what it looks like Ken Blanchard’s ABCDE’s on...
75 Performance is a Behavior Not an Outcome with Mark Bennett
We’re bringing you Part 2 of our conversation with Mark Bennett on how performance is a behavior, not an outcome. Get the weekly podcast coaching notes by going to thriveonchallenge.com and subscribing to the weekly newsletter! The sequence to effective outcomes in behavior first, then performance, then outcome. As a team, it’s important to come up with non-negotiables. What are the one of two things that if done well, would maximize your performance? Ask your athletes to look into the past and notice what elements were in play during their performance excellence. - Name the underpinning element - Think and reflect on past experiences - Define what they look like - Choose the element that had the greatest impact - Name it and work on that element as a team Examples of Non-negotiables: ACE - Attitude - Communicate - Effort UAE- (Unacceptable , Acceptable, Exceptional) When you start an interaction between a new group of players, first set the parameters down. Follow Mark Bennett on...
The Good Place Week: Mike Schur
Episode 3 of The Good Place week shines a light on the man behind the curtain, Mike Schur. Mike (The Office, Parks and Recreation, Brooklyn 99) sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss his philosophy on always “punching up”, he breaks down white privilege, details the many facets of showrunning and he gives a sweet anecdote that sums up Regis Philbin’s character. Dax and Mike discuss the virtues and pitfalls of Andrew Dice Clay, they talk about Mike’s attraction to equality and they come to the conclusion that Ted, Mike and Kristen would be the perfect threesome to pickpocket.
#1035 - Paul Stamets
Paul Stamets is a mycologist, author and advocate of bioremediation and medicinal fungi. Check out
#1050 - Dr. Shawn Baker
Dr. Shawn Baker is an orthopedic surgeon, weight lifting world record holder, and carnivore diet advocate.
#1058 - Nina Teicholz
Nina Teicholz is an investigative journalist and author of "The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat, & Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet" https://ninateicholz.com
#1108 - Peter Attia
Peter Attiais is the founder of Attia Medical, PC, a medical practice with offices in San Diego and New York City, focusing on the applied science of longevity.
#1164 - Mikhaila Peterson
Mikhaila Peterson is a food blogger tracking her experiences with the Carnivore Diet at "Don't Eat That" http://mikhailapeterson.com/
#1176 - Dom D'Agostino & Layne Norton
Dom D’Agostino, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine, and a senior research scientist at the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC). Dr. Layne Norton is a renowned prep/physique coach and pro-natural bodybuilder/powerlifter with a PhD in Nutritional Sciences.
#1178 - Dr. Rhonda Patrick
Dr. Rhonda Patrick is a Ph.D in biomedical science and expert on nutritional health. Her podcasts and other videos can be found at http://FoundMyFitness.com
#1189 - Alex Honnold
Alex Honnold is a big wall free solo climber. A documentary feature film titled "Free Solo" captures his record setting ascent of El Capitan, and it can be seen now in movie theaters all over. http://www.honnoldfoundation.org/
EXPERTS ON EXPERT: Johann Hari
Johann Hari is a Swiss English author and journalist. Johann sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss the many factors that have impacted his research on addiction and mental health, he explains why he is disillusioned by the idea that addiction is purely chemical, and he talks about the importance of community and love in depressive people. Johann talks about his own personal experience with anti-depressants, trauma and familial addiction that led him to his exploration. Dax debates Johann about the importance of tough love and he wonders if models of rehabilitation in other countries can be mapped on to America. Johann is the author of Chasing the Scream and Lost Connections: Uncovering the real causes of depression and the unexpected solutions.
EXPERTS ON EXPERT: Wendy Mogel
In this inaugural episode of Experts on Expert, the Armchair Expert speaks to author and child psychologist, Dr. Wendy Mogel about human patterns of behavior, the impact of social media on the family and the importance of free-reign grandparenting. Wendy gives advice on how to speak to children and Dax asks for reassurance on his parenting strategy. The two of them breakdown the moral dilemma of behavioral diagnoses, the role of fear and Wendy discusses a study that uncovered the one thing every child wishes they could tell their parents. Dr. Wendy Mogel is a practicing clinical psychologist in Los Angeles, New York Times bestselling author and international public speaker.
EXPERTS ON EXPERT: John Gottman
John Gottman is an American psychological researcher, an award-winning speaker, author, a professor emeritus in psychology and co-founder of the Gottman Institute. John sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss his research on thin slicing and predicting marital success. He notes how having a daughter turned him into an instant feminist and He talks about the different ways men and women view sex. The two talk about a father's crucial role to a child, they delve into the four horsemen of the apocalypse and John urges couples to foster curiosity.
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