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Episode #33: John Kummrow on the Planes of Performance

    Our guest today is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, high level black-belt martial artist, master of somatic awareness, and former Division I college football player at Colorado State University. John Kummrow was destined for the NFL until a violent on-field collision...

Episode #32: James McEwan on Healing Your Soul

Today’s guest is… An elite athlete and former pro hockey enforcer who’s soul literally had to rise, reconnect and unwind from the proverbial shackles of a destructive existence that brought him to the edge of taking his own life multiple times. While his original...

Episode #31: Dawson Church on Playing in the Quantum Field

    Dawson Church is LITERALLY on a mission to raise consciousness and end suffering for as many people as he possibly can through Energy Psychology. He's got a resume that is stacked with accolades, groundbreaking research and accomplishments like being an...

Episode #30: Jim Thompson on Coaching Through Positivity

PULLED QUOTES ‘’Identity drives behavior that is who we are and who we want to be and try to live up to that.'' [16:04] ''The only thing of value that leaders do is create culture.’’ [20:02] ''Culture eats strategy for breakfast.’’ [20:23] ''You cannot change the...

Episode #29: Steve Shenbaum on Leveraging Game Dynamics

    Steve Shenbaum is on a mission to un-taint laughter, invite us all to get back to the mystery and love of being seven years old and redefine the word "no," to mean - I know you've got something more, through authentic communication and the use of game dynamics. He...

Episode #28: Trevor Ragan on How to Train Ugly

    Trevor Ragan, founder of Train Ugly, is on a quest to challenge everything you think you know about sports, education, and development. Right in his mom’s basement, he began a search to uncover the truth about how human beings learn and develop across sports and...

Episode #27: Trevor Tierney on Becoming a Mission Driven Athlete

    Trevor Tierney, a retired professional lacrosse athlete, and entrepreneur who’s the only one to have won several championships such as 2 NCAA’s, MLL and ILF, is now the co-founder of Delta Developmental which is a consulting firm that is dedicated to optimizing...

Episode #26: Justin Faerman on Expanding Your Capacities

    Justin Faerman is the co-founder of Conscious Lifestyle Magazine and the Flow Consciousness Institute and a sought-after teacher, known for his pioneering work in the area of flow and the mechanics of consciousness This life-long surfer, visionary change-agent,...

Episode #25: Jackie Knechtel on Unveiling Your Consciousness

Jackie Knechtel is the founder of the Conscious Collective, co-founder of the Flow Consciousness Institute and co-author of the forthcoming book ​Flow: The Art of Effortless Living. This former founder of a thriving private autism practice, turned conduit of flow to...

Episode #24: Joshua Medcalf on Shifting Your Heart Posture

    Today’s guest is an athlete, author, entrepreneur, and mental conditioning coach who went from being offered scholarships to law school, to moving across the country to live and serve at a homeless shelter in downtown Los Angeles, all because he refused to be...

Episode #23: John Dunning on Catering to Belief

    Today’s guest is a 5-time national champion coach, 4-time national coach of the year was elected as a member of the American Volleyball Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2011 and holds the distinction as the only coach in his sport's history to win a...

Episode #22: Glen Albaugh on Winning the Battle Within

  In today’s episode, we have Glen Albaugh. Glen is a teacher, a coach, a philosopher, and a doctor. He’s known for creating a unique applied sport psychology consulting services for a range of professional and amateur golfers alike. In his early years, he taught...

Episode #21: Scott Bottorff on Unwinding Your Fascia

Today’s guest, Scott Bottorff, is a former division 1 and minor league professional hockey player, professional bodybuilder and fascia specialist who has an innate desire to understand the true limits of what the human animal is capable of. Since the age of 4, he’s...

Episode #20: Nate Jackson on Flourishing in the Fire

 Our guest today is a former professional football player, bestselling author, and outspoken advocate for the mental, emotional, and physical health for professional athletes before, during, and after their career.  While his list of athletic accomplishments would be...

Episode #19: Riley Cote on Finding Your Authentic Spirit

Riley Cote is a former professional hockey player. Riley played eight National Hockey League seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers in his most notable role as enforcer as well, he was the assistant coach with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. He now pursued his passion in...

Episode #18: Michael Spino on Becoming a Mindful Runner

 Dr. Michael Spino is a world-renowned running coach, teacher, athlete, researcher, and author. Michael has coached world champion runners and teams, extensively researched the mind and body connection to running and is the author of six books on the mental and...

Episode #17: Per Bristow on the Freedom to Fail

 Per Bristow is a world-renowned voice and performance coach, athlete and the creator of The Bristow Voice Method. This elite peak performer and coach, who has helped people from 132 countries become more empowered as communicators, performers and human beings...

Episode #16: Charli Turner Thorne on Competing with a Joyful Spirit

 Charli Turner Thorne is the women’s basketball Head Coach at Arizona State University, the winningest coach in Sun Devil women’s basketball history and No. 2 in the Pac-12 in most career wins with 400. This elite college coach, who is one of only three Pac-10/12...

Episode #15: Sem Verbeek on the Responsibility of Peak Performance

  Sem Verbeek is a professional tennis player, former Big West Conference Freshman of the Year, West Coast Conference Player of the Year and ITA Northwest Region Arthur Ashe Sportsmanship Award winner. This former collegiate standout at University of the Pacific, with...

Episode #14: Frank Zane on The Language of Peak Performance

  Frank Zane is a three-time Mr. Olympia and Mr. Universe winner, one of only three men to have beaten Arnold Schwarzenegger in a bodybuilding contest and a prolific author. This former bodybuilding pioneer turned author, coach, entrepreneur and speaker reveals how...

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