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Celebrating 1 Year: Harder to Kill Radio 056  

On this week’s episode of Harder to Kill Radio, I'm taking a look back at the first year of the show!

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I can hardly believe that it's been one year since Harder to Kill Radio hit the airwaves on June 1, 2015.

What an incredible year of thought-provoking guests and knowledge bombs!

I'm so proud to say that Harder to Kill Radio has earned some honorable distinctions.

Recently the show passed the 400,000 downloads mark, and it's been at the top of the iTunes New & Noteworthy, What's Hot, Health & Fitness charts throughout the last twelve months.

It's all because of you! Thank you so much for continuing to subscribe and tune into the show.

Today's episode is a short look back and forward to the future of Harder to Kill Radio.

I hope you'll tune in and help me celebrate!
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

Some of the milestones of the podcast and what it's like to produce the show weekly
My top 5 favorite episodes in the past year
Exciting news about the future of Harder to Kill Radio

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Ep 18: The Science of Performance 
Ep 22: How to Retrain Your Brain to Get What You Want
Ep 29: Is True Happiness Really Possible?
Ep 35: Strength Training for Normal Humans
Ep 51: More Social, Less Media
Z's AHS New Zealand presentation about Strength Training for Normal Humans
Chel's podcast, Meditation Minis
Gretchen's 4 Tendencies Quiz
The full Harder to Kill Radio archive

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How to Stand for Better Health: Harder to Kill Radio 055  

On this week’s episode of Harder to Kill Radio, meet mobility masters Kelly & Juliet Starrett.

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Meet Episode 55’s Guests, Kelly & Juliet Starrett
"You don't need a doctor's note to stand," declared Kelly Starrett mid-way through this episode.

Kelly and his wife Juliet are on a mission – albeit, one they never expected to be on – to help normal folks like you and me reclaim our physiology.

As the Starretts see it, we're making our physiology match our environment which is a huge mismatch and responsible for many of the modern diseases we're suffering from as people. And even though many people exercise, they're still sedentary outside the gym.

Not only are the Starretts teaching people from kids to adults how to stand (and do it better), they're still bringing MobilityWOD to the masses. I had the good fortune of taking Kelly's mobility certification four years ago, and it significantly impacted the way I still move as an athlete and how I coach others.

I know you'll be inspired by this episode!

In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

How Kelly & Juliet got started down the path they are on today
What they believe set the foundation for their success
Why risk-taking has been important in their lives
Why Kelly started MobilityWOD
Why they're so passionate about empowering people to take care of their own bodies
What prompted them to write their new book, Deskbound (link below)
Why sitting is problematic for kids and adults
How to decrease the sedentarism in your day
How to optimize the sitting you must do
Five ways to ease your transition from sitting to standing

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

The MobilityWOD website | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter
Standup Kids
San Francisco CrossFit
Deskbound: Standing Up to a Sitting World
Becoming a Supple Leopard: The Ultimate Guide to Resolving Pain, Preventing Injury, and Optimizing Athletic Performance
Ready to Run: Unlocking Your Potential to Run Naturally
See what my standing workstation looks like

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From Cards to Kilos with Nat Arem: Harder to Kill Radio 054  

On this week’s episode of Harder to Kill Radio, meet Nat Arem, the founder of Hook Grip.

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Nat Arem saw an opportunity to merge his passion with the chance to serve his community, and the result has been nothing short of incredible.

He founded the media company Hook Grip to cover weightlifting events all around the world, and it's grown by leaps and bounds.

Learn about how Nat created a juggernaut in the weightlifting world and his insights about business and life.

In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

Nat's story of how and why he left his previous career to start Hook Grip
The opportunities he saw to serve the weightlifting community
A quick primer on the sport of weightlifting
Nat's thoughts on where the sport would be without the influence of CrossFit
How social media has helped Hook Grip grow
Nat's predictions on some of the big weightlifting showdowns happening at the Olympics in Rio this summer

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Nat's website
Nat's Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

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How to Make the Leap with Shane Farmer: Harder to Kill Radio 053  

On this week’s episode of Harder to Kill Radio, meet Shane Farmer, the founder of Dark Horse Rowing.

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Meet Episode 53’s Guest, Shane Farmer
Shane Farmer and I first met in 2010 at an athletic certification in the field house at USD. Immediately, he stood out because of his height but also because of his passion for rowing.

As the next couple years went by, I found myself training at CrossFit Invictus in downtown San Diego. It turned out that Shane was one of the coaches there. He taught me a lot about how to be a more efficient athlete. Over the years, we also watched each other begin to sprout as budding entrepreneurs.

It's been really cool to see where Shane has taken his own business. (Spoiler: He's tried a variety of things but has settled on where his talents and passions overlap.) In many ways, we've walked a parallel path and experienced the same struggles.

In this episode, Shane shares his perspective on making "the leap" into doing something you love and following your dreams. Plus, there's a great segment about how you can improve your rowing technique, even if you're a beginner.

Be sure to grab his Free 5 Days to Better Rowing Guide, too.

In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

Shane's superhero origin story, including his unlikely path to rowing
How the power of habit and finding the thing that lights your fire can cause a domino effect in your life
What it was like to reach the pinnacle of athletic performance
Shane's insight about pursuing what you're passionate about
Why Shane started coaching and what he learned about it later
Advice for reframing the situation you're in if you're unhappy
Shane's top 3 tips for rowing that will boost your confidence and efficiency

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Shane's website
Shane's Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
Free 5 Days to Better Rowing Guide
The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg
I Don't Know What I Want, But I Know It's Not This by Julie Jansen

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How to be Healthy In an Unhealthy World with Pilar Gerasimo: Harder to Kill Radio 052  

On this week’s episode of Harder to Kill Radio, meet Pilar Gerasimo, the founder of Experience Life Magazine.

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Meet Episode 52’s Guest, Pilar Gerasimo
Pilar Gerasimo is a woman doing big things in the world.

As the founder of Experience Life Magazine, a publication that was definitely ahead of the curve when she started it, Pilar is no stranger to following her heart and doing things differently than everyone else.

In this episode, we get real about the challenges of running a popular magazine while trying to stay true to your ideals. And, Pilar shares why being healthy in an unhealthy world makes you a (revolutionary) minority with the potential to positivelty affect those around you.

Plus, she's sharing some of her upcoming projects which notably include a book and a podcast that she's co-hosting with Dallas Hartwig (Ep 51).

In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

Pilar's superhero origin story & unconventional upbringing
How she found a third way that allowed her to be a healthy, happy person
How kindness & compassion helped her become healthier
The major disservice that the health industry brings to the table
Why she started a magazine doing something nobody else would
The unexpected challenges of having a popular publication
Pilar shares some startling statistics about health and happiness
How getting healthy impacts everyone around you
Pilar shares about her upcoming projects, including a podcast with Dallas Hartwig

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Pilar's website & upcoming podcast
Pilar's Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
Experience Life Magazine
Revolutionary Acts
Daring Greatly by Brene Brown

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More Social, Less Media with Dallas Hartwig: Harder to Kill Radio 051  

On this week’s episode of Harder to Kill Radio, I’m happy to introduce you to New York Times best-selling author and podcast host, Dallas Hartwig.

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Meet Episode 51’s Guest, Dallas Hartwig
Dallas Hartwig is on a mission.

You may know his name from the popular nutrition program, the Whole30. But when it comes to his passions, food and nutrition only scratch the surface.

His new ventures extend far beyond what's on our plates and out into the world of technology, social media, and face time (actual). Dallas sat down with me recently to discuss the mess we as humans are getting ourselves into and poignant thoughts for how we're going to get ourselves out of it.

Not only is he someone whose work I truly admire, he's a close personal friend, and I'm excited to bring you today's show.

In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

Dallas's story and how he got started in the world of wellness
Why he's moving away from talking exclusively about nutrition
Advice on how to change your situation if it's not what you're used to
Thoughts about health as a lifelong pursuit
What's wrong right now with the way we socialize with others
Why technology is not just a passive, benign tool
How social media is powerfully stimulating to the human mind
Things to ask yourself if you want a healthier relationship with tech

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Dallas's website & upcoming podcast
Dallas's Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
Dallas's talk from AHS New Zealand
Dallas's books, It Starts with Food and The Whole30
Books mentioned: Kiss or Kill by Mark Twight, The Shallows by Nicholas Carr

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How to Find the Right Trainer with James Fitzgerald: Harder to Kill Radio 050  

On this week's episode of Harder to Kill Radio, I'm happy to introduce you to James Fitzgerald, founder of OPEX Fitness.

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Meet Episode 50's Guest, James Fitzgerald
If nothing else, James Fitzgerald is a man of strong opinions and even stronger integrity. He's taught and influenced tens of thousands of people on the topic of fitness, but what stands out to me isn't what he's accomplished...it's how he's done it.

Fitzgerald's approach to fitness isn't one of marketing hype, tapping into people's fears about their bodies, or chasing the newest, shiniest, sexiest methodology. Rather, it's quite the opposite.

Tune into this week's episode to hear some honest, real talk about how to really build a stronger, more robust body and in turn, living a longer and more prosperous life.
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

How & why James got started with a lifelong pursuit of coaching & fitness
His advice for finding harmony in life even when you're very dedicated to a sport
How to read the signs & listen to your body
James's formula for building body awareness
OPEX's principles in fitness
How to find the right trainer for you
Where we're failing our kids in school
Fitness & nutrition strategies for living long & prospering

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

James's website, OPEX Fitness 
James's Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
OPEX Fitness resources

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Return to Your Roots with Laura Bruner: Harder to Kill Radio 049  

On this week's episode of Harder to Kill Radio, I'm proud to introduce you to Laura Bruner of My Radical Roots.

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Meet Episode 49's Guest, Laura Bruner
Laura Bruner has a passion for educating, and she absolutely love teaching others about nutrition, natural/functional movement, and the power each has to set the foundation for health, wellness, and true quality of life.

She believes the ability to thrive is not just a product of the way we eat and move, though; nutrition, mindfulness, daily movement, and regular play are the integral parts needed for a healthy, happy life. Asking questions, digging deep, speaking up, and living a little radically each and every day are necessary to grow strong, and the growing never ends, no matter how old we get (and neither should play).

I really loved Laura's outlook on life and her efforts to do what she can in this modern age to live a life closer to her roots. She's got some really practical advice for people just starting out on their own journey, and I know you're going to feel inspired by what she's up to!
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

Why she's passionate about a multifaceted approach to health & wellness
How being mindful & intentional in what you do is crucial
The struggles she went through with her own health, including the female athlete triad
The danger in allowing a sport be the main part of your identity
Why she left the big city for farm life
Laura's advice & tips for improving the quality of your food
Her thoughts on having it all & cooking more

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Laura's website
Laura's Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
Michael Pollan's Netflix documentary, Cooked

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The Value of Letting Go with Dr. Theresa Larson: Harder to Kill Radio 048  

On this week's episode of Harder to Kill Radio, meet Dr. Theresa Larson.

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Meet Episode 48's Guest, Dr. Theresa Larson
If you're a faithful listener of Harder to Kill Radio, the name Dr. Theresa Larson is already familiar to you.

She appeared on episode 34, and she's back this week to talk about some issues related to her brand new book Warrior: True Strength isn't Always What It Looks Like. Prior to her career as a DPT, Theresa served our country as a Marine Corps Lieutenant leading troops through battle-torn Fallujah, Iraq.

Theresa is back this week giving an insider's view on women in combat and how to strengthen your brain-body connection for better mental and physical health.
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

About Dr. Larson's journey & the illness she faced while deployed
Her thoughts on females in combat & special forces
How seemingly healthy habits can turn into obsessions
What's the fine line between health and states of illness
How to strengthen the brain-body connection
Why her new book is a must-read for anyone, military or civilian, man or woman

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Dr. Larson's website
Her new book Warrior: True Strength isn't Always What It Looks Like
Theresa's Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
Dr. Larson's physical therapy practice, Movement-RX
Her previous episode of Harder to Kill Radio (#34)
How to get help for an eating disorder

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Join me next week for Episode 49 for my interview with a nutritionist who's on a mission to put down strong roots in search of sustainability and health.
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How to Squash Negative Self-Talk with Rob Scott: Harder to Kill Radio 047  

On this week's episode of Harder to Kill Radio, meet mindset coach Rob Scott.

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Meet Episode 47's Guest, Rob Scott
Rob Scott is known for hijacking people’s minds, rewiring their limiting beliefs, and leaving them completely transformed.

He's a master level coach who creates digital products and training programs for world changers that help them “breakthrough” their deepest limits. After working with Rob people become incredibly effective, more successful and deeply fulfilled. Through his work, Rob helps people reprogram their mindsets and connect to their deepest purpose.

You can find out more about how Rob hacks the human brain at RobScott.com and how he shifts identities at IdentityShifting.com.
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

The odds Rob overcame to become the coach he is today
How powerful stories may be holding you back
How Rob helps people shift their identities
Rob's thoughts on willpower as a finite resource
Tips for banishing negative self-talk
Rob's three-part strategy for mastering mindset
His tips for helping children be themselves
Rob's hope for shifting the mindset of entire cultures

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Rob's website
Rob's Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn
His free course (go to the bottom of this page and select "Click here to get started with my free course, and experience your own Fundamental Shift."
Rob's free "Mastering Confidence" tutorial

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The Power of Community with Rebel Health Tribe: Harder to Kill Radio 046  

On this week’s episode of Harder to Kill Radio, meet Rebel Health Tribe founders Mike Roesslein and Joe Rignola!

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Meet Episode 46's Guests, Rebel Health Tribe

Michael Roesslein and Joe Rignola make up the duo who created Rebel Health Tribe.

Their goal is to move the needle forward, to inspire greatness and abundant health in others, and to be a part of something bigger than each of us individually.

Mike and Joe's mission is to disrupt the mainstream and alternative “health” industries by providing cutting-edge content and creating a communal experience that empowers members to heal and love themselves. They also aim to create a uniquely immersive experience connecting a world-wide community of like-minded users and content-creators, changing the current paradigm and inspiring greatness and abundant health in themselves and others.

Through RebelHealthTribe.com, they provide free and affordable cutting-edge educational articles, videos, webinars, and programs, online-based classes, live workshops and retreats, private coaching, healthy recipes and cooking shows, and MUCH more. Check out what they have going on!

In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

Why Rebel Health Tribe came about
How they've seen the Internet health space change
Why the mission of Rebel Health Tribe sets them apart from everyone else
Their most popular topics at the moment
Why the microbiome is so fascinating
The best and hardest thing about working with a partner
The next big topic they think will explode in coming years

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Rebel Health Tribe's website
Rebel Health Tribe's Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
Their Microbiome Series
Books mentioned on the show: Psycho-Cybernetics and Buddha's Brain

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How to Make Life Limitless with Justin Miller: Harder to Kill Radio 045  

On this week's episode of Harder to Kill Radio, meet limitless life coach Justin Miller!

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Meet Episode 45's Guest, Justin Miller
Justin earned a Masters degree from the Univeristy of San Francisco and decided to do nothing with it, opting instead to pursue his love for travel, literature, and health and fitness.

He currently runs Limitless365.com where he teaches you how to bridge the gap between what you're capable of and what you currently do.

You can grab his free Limitless Living toolkit here and start building the body, mind, and life you deserve today.
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

How to get yourself to follow through on what you know you want to do
The a-ha moment that led to Justin shifting his career focus
How travel changed his perspective on life
The power of simplifying & tips to get started
Some of Justin's favorite tips for creating a limitless life
How to "shrink the change" to make new habits easier
The value of doing a social media detox

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Justin's website, Limitless365
Justin's Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo
The Minimalists
How to Create Your Limitless Life (in 12 Acts)
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Join me next week for Episode 46 for my interview with a duo who's changing the way online tribes approach health and wellness in the digital age.
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Why Your Why Matters with Everett Rosette: Harder to Kill Radio 044  

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Meet Episode 44's Guest, Everett Rosette
Everett's passions in life of photography, personal training, and cooking "Paleo Fat Kid" meals led to his ultimate effort: to make others smile. He finds the greatest pleasure in life by helping others to achieve a healthy lifestyle while putting a smile on their face.

His journey began in 2013 when he walked into a Crossfit gym weighing 300 pounds. At that point, he was introduced to the paleo lifestyle as well as "functional movement." From day one he was hooked – The Box became his second home. After 6 months of dedication to living paleo and working out in his free time, he lost 52 pounds and felt better than ever.

Everett's on a mission to make people smile while getting healthier...a win-win in my book.
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

Why Everett struggled with his weight
Why he hit rock bottom
The small habit that added up to a big transformation
How he's starting to help people at his job get stronger
What he asks people when they say they want to get healthier
The hobby that eventually became his professional career & what it means to him
Why he started a podcast
The 4-part equation he thinks makes an unbreakable human

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Everett's website and his podcast, Is This Podcast Paleo?
Everett's Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
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How to be a Grownup with Erik Andress: Harder to Kill Radio 043  

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Meet Episode 43's Guest, Erik Andress
I have to give Erik Andress a lot of credit.
Lots and lots of folks email me because they want to be on the podcast, and he's one of two that was a complete stranger to me and earned an automatic yes because of his down-to-earth, authentic, enthusiastic nature. (The other is Maris Degener who was a guest on Ep 31.)
Erik's a teacher, author, and podcaster who's inspiring his students to reach for more and weather tough times with grace.
He struggled with disordered eating, depression and substance abuse for much of his life, but in 2009, he decided enough was enough and decided to integrate holistic care and physical fitness into his daily regimen. He got sober, quit cigarettes after smoking for 14 years, and lost over 100 pounds.
His mission in life is to help young people understand that it is their birthright to be amazing and that they have the tools to do so through the right nutrition, exercise and a transformational mindset.
Erik makes me want to be a better human, and I can't wait for you to meet him.

In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

How and why Erik decided to take back his health
The habits he changed to help him get started
Why he started a podcast for his students
Where he thinks we're going wrong with the education system
Erik's thoughts on what it means to be a grownup
What Erik thinks is the key ingredient to build an unbreakable human

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Erik's website and his podcast, How to be a Grownup
Erik's Instagram | Twitter
My interview on Erik's podcast
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Join me next week for Episode 44 for my interview with a guy with a heart of gold who's had a huge transformation and reclaimed his health after some pretty disappointing life setbacks.
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Why Strong is the New Strong with Steph Gaudreau: Harder to Kill Radio 042  

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About Episode 42
Today, I decided to do something a bit different on Harder to Kill Radio: I turn the podcast mic on myself and tell the story about why I created a project that's very near and dear to my heart: the Women's Strength Summit.

I'm sitting down with my good friend Brenda Swann, a gym manager, health coach, and powerlifter here in San Diego, and explaining all about why this event is so important and why I'd love to see you join me starting March 1 online (it's free to watch live!).

One thing I want to mention: it's not "wrong" to have aesthetic goals or to want to look good, but I have a huge issue with the "strong is the new sexy" fitspiration out there at the moment.

First, strength isn't a look...it's an ability, something you do.

Second, there are thousands of resources out there from marketers who want you to buy their newest product so you can look sexier in a week. Those products – and you know this – are quick fixes, not long-term solutions to lifestyle challenges. If you're looking for something that goes deeper, you've got to seek it out, and that's one of the reasons I created the Summit.

Third, the objectification of women's bodies in the health and fitness space is still rampant, and it continues to devalue our strengths, aspirations, goals, and dreams. It's time to start a new conversation.

Remember to grab your free ticket right now, because the online event starts in less than a week!
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

What the Women's Strength Summit is all about
How I came up with a list of speakers & why I chose the women I did
How I got the idea to create the Summit in the first place
Why this event is about more than just physical strength
Some of the topics & speakers I'm most excited about
Why men should watch, too

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

How to grab your free ticket to the Women's Strength Summit
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A Recipe for Success with Kat Humphus: Harder to Kill Radio 041  

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Meet Episode 41's Guest, Chef Kat Humphus
Mix one part passion with a heaping spoonful of risk-taking, sprinkle on some lightheartedness, and stir in a few pinches of service to others...

That's the recipe for success that's brought Chef Kat Humphus down a very interesting life and career path.

You'll get all the details about her career as a chef at some high profile restaurants, her true life stories about what it's like to be a competitor on the Food Network, and her big goals for the future!
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

How her love of cooking came about & how she got her start in the industry
The risk she took going to culinary school
Why she almost quit her internship
Why Kat left the kitchen at the height of her career
What Kat created after she quit & why it's so much more fulfilling
All about her experience on the Food Network

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Kat's website & meal service, Savory Made Simple
Kat's Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
Grab the special offer Chef Kat has just for Harder to Kill Radio listeners (48 hours only!)
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Join me next week for Episode 42 for a very special interview about a special project that's very personal to me.
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Let’s Talk Hormones with Dr. Lara Briden: Harder to Kill Radio 040  

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Meet Episode 40's Guest, Dr. Lara Briden
Last October, I was lucky enough to meet Dr. Lara Briden at the Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand's first-ever Symposium, and her talk, "Modern Obstacles to Hormonal Vitality," blew me away.

Right away, I knew I wanted to have Dr. Briden on the podcast because she's so passionate about the topic of women's health – namely, the subject of hormones – and how to work with our bodies instead of against them.

Dr. Briden pulls no punches and is quite an outspoken advocate about periods and why women need them. Please share this among your female friends and those women in your life that you care about.
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

How she became interested in reproductive health & naturopathy
What she means by hormonal resilience
What's normal about periods and what's not
What are some of the current obstacles to hormonal vitality and why it matters
Drawbacks to hormonal birth control & concerns for coming off hormonal birth control
An overview about PCOS, the underlying causes, and general interventions
Why low carb diets could be problematic for women in terms of hormonal health

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Dr. Briden's website
Her Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
Dr. Briden's book, Period Repair Manual
Dr. Briden's talk at AHS NZ 2015: "Modern Obstacles to Hormonal Vitality: Navigating a Way Back"
Her article, Reverse Insulin Resistance in 4 Easy Steps
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How to Overcome Shyness with Kyle Brown: Harder to Kill Radio 039  

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Meet Episode 39's Guest, Kyle Brown
When I first met Kyle Brown last year at PaleoFX, I was immediately struck by his warm, outgoing nature.

Little did I know that Kyle grew up as a painfully shy kid, and spent years working on coming out of his shell. I'd have never known!

Kyle's a personal trainer to the stars and someone who loves geeking out on fitness and nutrition. In fact, he wrote a book called, How Much Does a Zebra Weigh?" to help kids understand why being healthy is more than just what you look like.
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

How and why Kyle got involved in personal training
How Kyle overcame his shyness and introversion
Why Kyle thinks balance is sexy
Why he took a leap of faith and pitched his radio show idea to ESPN
Why if you fail to grow, you're actually regressing
How to structure your fitness and nutrition goals for maximum success
The answer to, "How much does a zebra weigh?"

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Kyle's website and his radio show, ESPN's Empower Hour
Kyle's Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
Kyle's book, How Much Does a Zebra Weigh?
My interview on Kyle's radio show, ESPN's Empower Hour, Ep 53
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You’ve Changed, Now What? with Sarah Ramsden: Harder to Kill Radio 038  

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Meet Episode 38's Guest, Sarah Ramsden
Health coach Sarah Ramsden knows a thing or two about being a survivor, and she knows what it's like to change after a traumatic health event. She found herself undergoing a lot of change after her recovery, and instead of being scared by it, she learned to make the most of it.

If you've been through a life-changing health event and found yourself questioning who you are and what happened to the "old" you, tune into this episode. Sarah's story will inspire you, and I guarantee you won't feel so alone.
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

Sarah's journey from wellness to health crisis and back again
How a crisis of health and other traumatic events can rearrange your value system
How to make the most of a life change
Why managing inflammation is important to her
Steps you can take to start dealing with how your life has changed and start making the most of it
Why nature and being outdoors is a healing part of Sarah's life

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Sarah's website and her podcast, The Lifesize Liberation
Sarah's Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
The gift Sarah promised about how to tune into your intuition
Free download of “The Top 10 Signs Your Health Issues Have Changed You"
Fearless Fermentation (online fermentation classes for beginners)
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Should You Break Up With Your Scale? with Summer Innanen: Harder to Kill Radio 037  

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Summer Innanen tells it like it is when it comes to body image. The coach and host of her own podcast, Fearless Rebelle radio, is making it her mission to help people work through their struggles with feeling good in their own skin.

In this episode, we're tackling some pretty meaty topics including how people use their bodies as a shield (metaphorically) and why expectations can assassinate your freedom. If you find yourself struggling to accept your body, tune in because Summer is sharing some of her best tips for remixing your body image starting right now.
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:

Summer's struggles with health and body image growing up
How and when she hit rock-bottom
How people use their bodies as a shield
Why counting calories and caloric restriction usually fail for weight loss
Why expectations can assassinate your freedom
The kind of health that gets ignored in the diet and fitness world
3 steps to start remixing your body image

Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Summer's website and her podcast, Fearless Rebelle Radio
Summer's Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest
Summer's program, The 21-Step Body Image Remix
Health at Every Size by Linda Bacon
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Join me next week for Episode 38 for my interview with a brain tumor survivor who's helping others sort through life after major health issues.
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