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Pushing the limits - the show that gets deep into the psyche of limit pushers. World leading health experts, biohackers, doctors, scientists, Out the box thinkers, elite athletes, social change innovators and high performance experts. Helping you be the best version of yourself that you can be. Cutting to the chase to find out the latest information to optimise your health, fitness, mindset, longevity. Hosted by Professional Adventure Athlete Lisa Tamati, 3 x Author, Documentary Producer, Me ...
 
I’m Dr. Mark Goulston, and this is My Wakeup Call. Everybody has wakeup calls, but not everybody wakes up. In this podcast, we speak to people who did. In fact, they not only woke up, but their wakeup call changed their life, and changed how they would spend the rest of their life. In every case, the wakeup call was not pleasant, sought-after, and usually shook people to the core of their being. But in every case, it made our guests more authentic, better at life, better in life, and better ...
 
A detailed insight into the Australian Fitness Industry through the eyes of a 30 year veteran coach, trainer, educator and business owner, Russell Jarrett (M.Ex.Sci), and the guests that he interviews on the show. Fitness industry experts, influencers, movers and shakers. Covering all aspects of fitness, training, nutrition, business, trends, the future of fitness and some of the fakes and frauds as well. It's all about fitness facts, fun, some education, lots of inspiration, with a liberal ...
 
The Marathon Training Academy Podcast will help you unlock your potential to conquer the marathon and change your life. Since 2010 Angie and Trevor have shared tips, inspiration, and interesting guests interviews to help listeners run smarter, avoid injury, and go the distance! What RUNNER’S WORLD says about the MTA Podcast: “If you’re training for 26.2, running coach Angie Spencer and her husband, Trevor, have everything you need to reach the finish line. The duo provides plenty of training ...
 
Steven Langenhuizen helps you achieve peak human performance in everyday life. Learn mindset, diet, training and race tactics from the brightest minds and strongest endurance athletes in the world. Steven's interviewed over 100 Professional athletes and loves picking their brains on self-hacks to becoming a peak performing athlete. Steven takes the longevity approach to performance, which is why he invites some of the top cutting-edge health experts on to discuss nutrition, diets, chronic il ...
 
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I think I spoke about 50 words during the whole show, I was simply enthralled. Enjoy this remarkable human talk about her remarkable life - thus far. Lisa Tamati is one helluva lady. I initially wanted to talk to her about her 25-year career in Ultramarathon running, but like many good Podcasts, it went in all sorts of directions, including how she…
 
In this episode we speak with Lisa Tamati -an extreme endurance athlete from New Zealand, author, speaker, and mindset expert. And in the quick tip segment, get recommendations on healthy snacks to help keep your hunger in check between meals! Links from this Episode: Lisa Tamati: https://www.lisatamati.com Episode Sponsors: MetPro. For a free cons…
 
In this episode I speak to return guest Scott Jeffrey Miller, host of "On Leadership with Scott Miller," and author of "Master Mentors: 30 Transformational Insights from Our Greatest Minds," whose wakeup call was moving from transactional to transformational and loving the wisdom from his amazing contributors. https://www.scottjeffreymiller.com/…
 
In this episode I speak with Jay Abraham, one of the world's foremost nonlinear strategic/critical thinkers who has increased the bottom lines of more than 10,000 clients in more than 1000 industries whose wakeup call was realizing he had an insatiable curiosity about all things business and beyond and an uncanny ability to connect dots that turned…
 
In this episode I speak with Ruth Gotian, Chief Learning Officer and Assistant Professor of Education in Anesthesiology and former Assistant Dean of Mentoring and Executive Director of the Mentoring Academy at Weill Cornell Medicine, Thinkers50 Radar List awardee and author of the upcoming book, "The Success Factor," whose wakeup call was noticing …
 
.You’ve most likely experienced pain at least once in your life. When you visit a medical doctor for pain relief, they might prescribe you painkillers. Similar to other traditional medical programs, you would find that this is passive. This is because your clinician is trained to treat the pain as a symptom rather than target the underlying cause o…
 
In this episode I speak with Janice Litvin, author of "Banish Burnout Toolkit," whose wakeup call was the downturn in the economy in 2008 and her transitioning from tech recruiting to Zumba (zoom based yoga) instructor, but wanting to do something to alleviate the fear and pain in people who were burning out in their jobs. https://janicelitvin.com/…
 
BRODIE SHARPE is a Melbourne based physiotherapist who specialises in training and treating runners. He has an incredible knowledge base on all thing running and how to build strength to avoid the most common injuries, how to recover if you are injured and much more You can find Brodie's podcast on all your favourite podcast apps, his show is title…
 
In this episode I speak with Rusty Gaillard, Stanford MBA/13 year Apple employee whose wakeup call came when he got divorced and realized he wasn't feeling fully alive and who then transitioned to being a successful speaker/transformational coach, founder of Silicon Valley Dreambuilders, who offers up a great description of his coaching process. ht…
 
In this episode Trevor shares what it was like to run a brutal trail marathon in the Italian Alps with 2,863 meters (9,393.04 feet) of elevation gain. And in the quick tip segment we feature a question about how many calories to consume on long runs days versus lower milage days. Episode Sponsors: MetPro. For a free consultation call with a nutriti…
 
How can we hack the human body to reach its full potential — and beyond? Right now, we can't stop aging. However, we can slow it down by optimising our health to lead long and fulfilling lives. One day, we may even be able to age backwards. Through biohacking, we can use the latest medical research to our body's advantage. Dave Asprey, the Father o…
 
In this episode I speak with Dr. Sam Qurashi, who left the field of addiction medicine after seven years when he woke up to all the ways to help people heal from their mental and other issues that traditional medicine was missing. He shares his transformational thoughts and concept across social medial including more than 700,000 IG followers to he…
 
In this episode I speak to Mena Mirhom, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Columbia University Medical Center, co-author of, "Women's Pearls: A Focus on Women's Mental Health," advisory board member of Healthcorps and a partner to the NBA's Player Association re: mental health, whose wakeup call was noticing the lack of justice with regard…
 
In this episode I speak with Howard Getson, CEO of Capitalogix whose wakeup call was dialing the operator when he was two and a half to tell her that his nanny was physically abusing (and ended up killing) his nine month old brother. Since then his life as been one of taking charge and control and building a future and companies and helping the wor…
 
I asked him 10 questions, and he was only allowed to speak for 3 minutes on each one. He was under pressure, but as always produced concise, common sense and useable answers. The questions were; Why do (some) people still feel intimidated by regular gyms, and where are we getting it wrong? Do Superfoods really exist? The best 6 exercises for buildi…
 
We live in a fast-paced world, with more everyday demands. And we know that we need good health to keep up. Nutrition, exercise, and mindfulness are often hailed as important pillars. However, there is something even more fundamental for better health—sleep. Sleep ensures we can actually perform. With better sleep, we’ll be living better lives. But…
 
In this episode I speak to the world's #1 Executive Coach and WSJ multi-bestselling author, Marshall Goldsmith, whose wakeup call was realizing that leaders often needed to focus more on stopping negative behaviors to reach their full potential and also many years ago when he became a philosophical Buddhist, which he explains beautifully. http://ma…
 
In this episode I speak with Eliza VanCort, women's empowerment leader and author of, "A Woman's Guide to Claiming Space," whose wakuep calls were being kidnapped at a young age by her schizophrenic mother and then more recently an accident that left her with a major head and brain injury that she needed to come back from. https://www.elizavancort.…
 
Dr Paul Wood has had a very colourful life. At age 18 and having just lost his mum he was on a path for disaster, a drug addict and entrenched already in a criminal underworld. One night a drug dealer tried to molest him and the young Paul reacted violently and caused the death of this man. He had just days before lost his mother and had been the v…
 
We all have something we want to pursue, a goal or an objective we want to reach. We might not always know what it is from the get-go, but as we go on, we can find what we value doing the most. Now, there may be obstacles in our paths, making it feel like our goals are but unachievable and improbable dreams. However, when you are pursuing what you …
 
This was an interview with Lisa and Simon for the Nourish Life podcast. From this podcast, Simon and Lisa talks Mental Toughness, Resilience & Overcoming any challenge. Lisa got a chance to share her incredible story about her mother and how to never giving up on someone when the odds are stacked against them. You can listen / subscribe to Simon's …
 
In this episode I speak with April Rinne, world renowned futurist and author of "FLUX: 8 Superpowers for Thriving in Constant Change," whose wakeup calls included her parents influence both positive about exploring the world and negative from some of the family dynamics and also the death of both of her parents when she was 20. https://aprilrinne.c…
 
In this episode we speak with rocket scientist and runner Melissa Corley Carter PhD who took on the challenge of running a marathon on every continent! And in the quick tip segment, we feature a listener question about intermittent fasting for runners. Links Read our full show notes here: www.marathontrainingacademy.com/not-rocket-science Melissa C…
 
In this episode I speak with Steve Hoffman, Captain and CEO of Founders Space, author of "Make Elephants Fly," and "Surviving a Startup," whose wakeup call was being very shy and introverted and standing up to a bully when he was young and realizing if he could do that, he could do anything. https://www.foundersspace.com/hoffman/…
 
Strength training is often associated with professional athletes who need to condition their bodies. However, the general public could benefit from it as well. It’s not just people who want to bulk up who need strength training, either. Regardless of your age, sex, and occupation, strength training can have massive benefits for your wellness. In th…
 
In this episode I speak to Daniel Liebeskind, founder and CEO of Topia, a fully customizable spatial-based virtual gathering platform, whose wakeup call was realizing that creative people may be the last segment of the population not replaceable by AI and wanting to create a space for them to co-create. https://topia.io/…
 
In this episode we look back at the Olympic Marathon results and other inspiring moments from Tokyo. And in the quick tip segment, we feature a question sent in from a listener about anabolic diets for runners. “Athletics is not so much about the legs, it’s about the heart and mind.” -Eliud Kipchoge, Marathon Gold Medalist Links: Read our full show…
 
We regularly buy our food from markets without a second thought. But to take charge of our health and nutrition, we have to ask: are these foods really good for us? From produce to sauces, our food can be chock-full of harmful chemicals without us knowing about it. Even if you are a more conscious shopper, the industry labels ingredients to take on…
 
Tiffanee speaks openly of her own personal experiences (good and bad) and how those experiences have enabled her to develop self-awareness, resilience, courage, independence and the skill to be able to maximise passion, possibilities and potential. She talks about getting knocked down (literally and metaphorically) and what it is that makes some of…
 
In this episode I speak with Jonathan Brill, keynote speaker, former Global Futurist at Hewlett-Packard, Managing Director at Resilient Growth Partners and author of: "Rogue Waves: Future-Proof Your Business to Survive and Profit from Radical Change," whose wakeup call was realizing that nearly everything we face in present or future we have alread…
 
This week Lisa shares her best tips for running trail races. Tips on running uphill, tip for the downhill, hydration and electrolytes, nutrition. Getting the best shoes, blister prevention, mental tactics and more A must listen to episode if you want to shortcut your path for running success. We would like to thank our sponsors Pushing the Limits -…
 
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