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Brad Kearns covers health, fitness, peak performance, personal growth, relationships, happiness, and longevity. Slow down, take a deep breath, take a cold plunge, and get over the high-stress, tightly wound approach that often leads to disappointment and burnout. Kearns, a New York Times bestselling author, Guinness World Record holder in Speedgolf, 2020 #1 ranked USA Masters track&field age 55-59 high jumper, and former national champion and #3 world-ranked professional triathlete, offers a ...
 
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I welcome Dr. Howard Luks to the show for an inspiring and interesting conversation about the importance of preserving muscle mass for health, disease prevention and longevity, and why not to get an MRI. An orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist, Dr. Luks is also an expert in shoulder, knee, and other sports injuries, and is widely known…
 
In part four, we discuss the importance of getting excess fat off your body. I’ll walk you through practical and effective methods for reducing excess fat, explain why ALL diets are gimmicks toward the ultimate goal of simply eating less food, and talk about the wonderful freedom and the benefits that come from not obsessing over having perfect mea…
 
I welcome Matt Maruca back to this podcast for a wild conversation about a variety of interesting and off-beat topics, such as how to optimize your existence regardless of what latitude you live at, timing your meals according to Ayurvedic medicine and your circadian rhythm, and the many benefits of meditation. If you heard Matt’s first appearance …
 
Welcome to part 2 of our journey around the clock detailing all aspects of my daily routine. After the detailed presentation in Part 1 covering my morning exercise routine and workout options, it's time to get to work! Part 2 starts out with an honest and unfiltered account of how I spend my workday, from the highlights, like my strong philosophica…
 
I welcome Brian Gryn, long-time trainer and coach, expert in all things fasting and strength training, and host of the Get Lean, Eat Clean podcast to the show for a conversation about evolving fitness strategies and effective fat loss methods. We talk about how to identify the exact elements of your lifestyle that are sabotaging your weight loss ef…
 
Listener questions hitting hard from around the world, including the UK, the Dolomites in Italy, Australia and USA. In this show we’ll discuss a variety of topics, including: concerns that fasting can slow down metabolism at the age of 64; a 45-year-old dad of a youngster in the UK is getting all dialed in on exercise, diet , micro workouts, cold e…
 
Get ready to go deep with the one and only Dr. Bruce Lipton for one of the most perspective-altering shows you’ll ever hear in your life. What a special privilege it was to interview this internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit. A stem cell biologist and the bestselling author behind one of my favorite books, The Biology of…
 
I’ve had a few recent requests to provide details about my eating patterns, workout routine, and general daily behaviors. Hopefully it will be valuable to take a journey through an entire day as I present an honest and authentic accounting of the good, bad, and ugly of my typical day. Spoiler alert: My morning exercise routine is the thing I want t…
 
I welcome Dr. Joyce Mikal-Flynn, a CSUS professor and expert in PTG (Post Traumatic Growth) to the show for a deeply inspiring conversation about her book, Anatomy of a Survivor: Building Resilience, Grit, and Growth After Trauma. Anatomy of a Survivor examines how survivors can utilize their inner strengths in order to build resilience, navigate t…
 
In the third part of this show, I ask some important questions in order to identify what weak areas we need to work on in order to make the necessary changes to our lifestyle that will minimize our disease risk. Ask yourself this: do I wake up after a night of sleep feeling energized, or groggy and tired? Do I frequently experience autoimmune flare…
 
Get ready for a heavy-hitting and deeply educational show with Dr. Dominic D’Agostino: neuroscientist, research-scientist, and of the world’s most foremost researchers on the ketogenic diet, especially pertaining to the use of ketone supplements for neuroprotection. Dr. Dom brings tremendously extensive knowledge to the table for this episode, havi…
 
In part two, I continue talking about the most effective lifestyle changes we can make to minimize disease risk factors. Part one of this show focused on the benefits of getting regular blood work done and what to specifically look out for in blood tests, as well as the importance of glucose monitoring and tracking testosterone frequently. I also s…
 
I connect with Australian endurance and life coach Andre Obradovic for his fourth appearance on the show. We discuss some important strategies to pursue your fitness goals in a healthy manner - even extreme endurance goals which can often compromise health. We talk about the recent contention by some about whether cardio is even necessary, as it is…
 
Today we’ll be talking about the very important subject of how to correct adverse lifestyle practices and disease risk factors. We’ll be discussing important biomarkers to look out for on blood tests, the corrective actions we can do now for our health, and time-efficient fitness and exercises protocols that will help support longevity. I’ll also d…
 
Dr. McGuff’s Body By Science is a transformational book about strength training that advances the extremely compelling and scientifically validated premise that it takes very little time to build pure muscle strength, and that many workouts are not only ineffective, but quite likely counterproductive. If you care about fitness, becoming stronger, a…
 
The listeners weigh in with some interesting and diverse questions, including: is a high intensity 45 minute boxing class too much? Are there ways to modify it? I talk about the extreme endurance hypothesis and why we need to pay more attention to the increasing incidence of heart problems among long-term hard core endurance enthusiasts. One listen…
 
Dr. Jannine Krause returns to the show to discuss her unique blending of functional fitness and functional medicine. That’s right, Jannine treats patients on her acupuncture table and then they head right across the room to see how their bench press improves in real time! One tip Jannine gave me a couple years ago has been a huge benefit to my trai…
 
The questions keep coming and they are diverse and interesting! Be part of the fun by emailing podcast@bradventures.com with your comments and questions on all matters of healthy living. This show covers a variety of topics, starting with the specifics of an effective sprint workout (reps, duration, recovery intervals, and progressing carefully fro…
 
In part two, I share some practical and actionable tips that we can all apply to our lives as we strive to find that sweet spot between pursuing peak performance goals and making informed decisions with longevity in mind. We’ll be talking about how to take a big picture approach to health, why you can’t get fat eating a clean diet, when your body a…
 
Welcome back Dude Spellings! As an authority on all matters related to diet, exercise, biohacking, and pursuing optimal health, Dude brings many valuable insights and expertise to the table during this show, along with the added benefit of being a fellow 50+ year old. We discuss the importance of learning how to progress at a steady and comfortable…
 
What a pleasure it is to welcome health and endurance coach Andre Obradovic back to the podcast! In this show, we will be taking you through a step-by-step process on how to become a healthy, fit endurance athlete, as well as how to become a healthier person just in general—if you want to feel better and also drop some excess body fat, then this is…
 
This two-part show is all about how to strike an optimal balance between peak performance goals and longevity. I talk about the most effective and appropriate adjustments you can make to your fitness routine as you age and the numerous benefits that come from broadening your perspective on training and how this can help you make smarter choices tha…
 
Best-selling author John Assaraf returns to the show for an insightful, motivating, and educational conversation about how to unlock the incredible power of your amazing brain and the theme of his annual event, Brain-A-Thon, this year: how to change your brain to change your income. As one of the leading peak performance experts in the world, John …
 
Today we’re talking about the remaining MOFO Mission Assignments and what makes them such effective and integral tools for testosterone optimization. This episode will illustrate the importance of taking a comprehensive approach towards hormone optimization: you’ll hear about the profound effect relationships have on our hormones and learn interest…
 
Get ready for a fun and lively conversation about the many benefits of living a barefoot-style lifestyle with Steven Sashen! Steven is the co-founder and CEO of the fantastic minimalist footwear company, Xero Shoes, which he started with wife after discovering the comfort, benefits, and fun that comes with natural movement. In this episode, we focu…
 
When it comes to effective methods of supporting healthy aging for men, the most important and relevant topic to focus on is how to maintain (and increase) testosterone. As the ultimate performance and anti-aging hormone, testosterone does many wonderful things for your body, including enhancing peak performance (cognitive and physical). In this ep…
 
Get ready for an exciting, fun, and informative show with Dr. Mark Cucuzzella! Dr. Marks returns to the podcast for an educational conversation about his incredible work practicing family medicine, how he has overhauled the dietary practices in the hospital he works at, and much more. An accomplished marathon runner, Dr. Mark owns a unique and inno…
 
What a fantastic opportunity to catch up with perhaps the world’s leading anti-sugar crusader, Dr. Robert Lustig. A pediatric endocrinologist and professor emeritus at UC San Francisco, Dr. Lustig is also the bestselling author of groundbreaking books like Fat Chance, The Hacking Of The American Mind, and the 2021 release titled, Metabolical. This …
 
In this part three show, we continue to highlight some of the most eye-opening and informative moments from past B.Rad interviews. We start with a clip featuring my favorite guest (can you guess who it is?) speaking about relationship dynamics, why emotional self-sufficiency is integral to the success of a relationship, and how to identify the mark…
 
Host Brad Kearns welcomes health coach and supplement expert Sara Banta to discuss some really far out healing protocols involving vibrational energy. Sara is a busy, high energy mother of teenagers, as well as a lifelong athlete, but her health went into decline after having children. When her young son developed some serious health problems, she …
 
Today’s episode centers around essential but simple, actionable insights we can all easily integrate into our busy, everyday lives in order to optimize our life and state of health. One primary focus in this show is highlighting the importance of cultivating (and improving) our morning and evening rituals and habits to optimize all aspects of our h…
 
Get ready for an extremely informative and interesting show all about glucose! We’ll be talking about the wonderful new technology of continuous glucose monitoring with dietician Molly Downey from the health technology company, Nutrisense. This episode breaks down the science and benefits behind Nutrisense, the fantastic technology that allows you …
 
Time for some interesting Q&A from devoted B.rad podcast listeners. Thanks for the thoughtful questions and comments that make a great contribution to the overall enjoyment, knowledge acquisition, and community spirit with podcast listeners from around the world. We’ll cover the logistics and benefits of limiting digestive function to a maximum tim…
 
In this episode, I connect with writer and podcaster, Brock Armstrong, to talk about the functional approach to fitness and movement he has formulated by drawing on his extensive experience in the fitness, movement and wellness industry. By utilizing his understanding of functional movement, endurance training, muscle building, and the ever-importa…
 
What started as a Q&A show went off the rails with the very first question, as we accessed a portal to some of the most important overarching insights about how to properly structure a fitness program for life. You’ll learn about the common over-emphasis on cardio, how you can actually max your cardiovascular health and fitness with surprisingly li…
 
I welcome powerhouse Melanie Avalon to the show for a memorable conversation about all things relating to eating, weight loss, fasting, macronutrient ratios, and much more. One of the most interesting revelations from this episode is that a high fat/low carb diet and a high carb/low fat diet are actually both effective for fat loss, and Melanie exp…
 
Here we go with part two of compelling insights from Two Meals a Day. In part one, we discussed how 1) fasting is king, 2) the importance of becoming fat-adapted to receive the full benefits of fasting, 3) why when you eat is just as important as what you eat, 4) why three meals a day is a dated notion and why you must eliminate The Big Three (toxi…
 
Get ready for an intense and highly informative show that has the potential to transform your approach to high intensity workouts. Dr. Craig Marker is a leading kettlebell expert and a psychology professor at Emory University in Atlanta. In this fast moving show, we blend scientific insights with great practical takeaways about how to make your wor…
 
Today’s show will highlight some of the most fascinating insights from Two Meals a Day. In this episode, you’ll learn why our bodies work most efficiently in a fasted state and why fasting works only when you have eliminated processed foods, escaped carbohydrate dependency, and become adept at burning stored body fat. You’ll also find out why when …
 
Get ready for a fascinating show with Dr. Joan Ifland, a leading expert in the very serious issue of processed food addiction. It is rare to find someone who is as knowledgeable as Dr. Ifland in the field of food addiction. Her textbook, Processed Food Addiction: Foundations, Assessment, and Recovery, provides the most extensive literature review o…
 
It’s time for some fantastic questions from B.rad podcast listeners! We start by talking about how testosterone blood values can fluctuate based on lifestyle factors and how Ancestral Supplements MOFO is actually a food supplement that boosts the nutrient density of your diet (along with other superfoods and superfood smoothies). This leads to me t…
 
“I’m not asking you to go do a workout. Just go move.” I welcome Dr. Stefan Zavalin, a movement enthusiast and work culture consultant, to the show for an informative discussion about the extremely important lifestyle objective of moving around more throughout the day. In this episode, you’ll learn about all the different ways our work culture and …
 
One of the most valuable insights gained from my informative show with Dr. Herman Pontzer was that we burn the same amount of calories every day, regardless of whether we work out or not. This revelation is nothing short of life-changing, as it allows you to see that pointing the finger at your output in the gym is just a waste of time, and that it…
 
A variety of interesting questions tee up some epic monologues from an enthusiastic host. We talk about broadening fitness ambitions over a lifetime to branch out away from a narrow focus on triathlons - with much health, hormonal and longevity benefits. We also examine why MOFO Mission Assignment #10, Quit Being A Dick To Your Wife/Girlfriend, mad…
 
Dave Rossi returns to the show for an inspiring and insightful conversation about meditation! The Imperative Habit author is back to discuss the life-changing benefits of meditation – something I admit he has been urging me to incorporate into my daily routine for a while now. A big fan of silent meditation, Dave explains why he emphasizes the impo…
 
In part three, we get into the last two practices and habits that either hurt or help testosterone: relationships and exercise patterns. Relationships play a huge role in the quality of both your physical and emotional wellbeing, and this show reveals the most effective relationship tips from experts like John Gray and John Gottman. You’ll learn ab…
 
Get ready for a unique and interesting show with my former podcast guest, Jake Steiner! Jake and I were recently talking about how much content is out there in the podcast world, and how easy it can be to fall behind, as it can get pretty overwhelming trying to keep up with the massive amount of information that is constantly coming out. This conve…
 
In part two, we dive into the most important sleep and diet tips that will help you boost testosterone. The biggest takeaways are to minimize screen use as night approaches, and to keep your bedroom as dark as possible. You also want your sleep environment to be as mellow and quiet as possible. And while screen entertainment is undeniably fun, let …
 
In this episode, Dr. Ted Naiman simplifies all of your health and weight loss questions by offering a unique and powerful message that will help you drop excess body fat and optimize both your diet and exercise program. Dr. Ted talks about his book, The P:E Diet, which suggests a simple solution for weight loss by cutting to the chase: look at the …
 
Today we’re talking about the very relevant and important topic of boosting testosterone in the face of all the obstacles and toxins modern life poses. Research has revealed that the average testosterone level of today’s male has been dropping at a steady rate of around one percent per year from generations past, and in this show, you’ll find out w…
 
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