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Decoding Superhuman is a show for those looking for an elevated human experience through health. Boomer Anderson, Decoding Superhuman’s host, interviews the top thought leaders in the fields of health and performance optimization. This includes deep dives into chronobiology, minimum effective exercise, technology, the future of work, nutrition, productivity, applications of Eastern medicine, neuroscience, data, omics testing and technologies, and tactics to live a healthy and optimized life. ...
 
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World leading water researcher Robert Slovak joins me on the show to talk about the things you have to know about the water we all drink. Who is Robert Slovak? Robert Slovak devoted himself to the science of water after life-altering experiences. He took his astronautical and mechanical engineering degrees and decided to pursue the research of reve…
 
Ian Mitchell is one smart dude. I'm happy to call him a friend. This podcast covers a wide range of topics from the use of Carbon 60 (C60) in hair loss to Ozone for gut health. Ian is constantly innovating, inventing, and drawing on a lattice of knowledge. Who is Ian Mitchell? Ian is a leading researcher of Carbon60 and holds many new patents in th…
 
When discussing what to do for Episode 200, Roy suggested he ask a series of questions which he wouldn't share with me ahead of time. This episode was unscripted (at least from my side). Roy contacted a few close friends and sourced a number of questions. The result is a fun conversation about the podcast, perfectionism, psychedelics, and much more…
 
David Johnson teaches negotiation at Stanford Law School. We discuss multi-million dollar deals, navigating crucial personal conversations, and the top tips for being a better negotiator. Who is David Johnson? David Johnson has been teaching Negotiation at SLS annually since 2006, in conjunction with his full-time practice of law in Silicon Valley …
 
Bestselling author and women's health expert, Dr. Mindy Pelz joins the podcast today. Women's health is a topic that, I admit, is covered rarely on this podcast. Dr. Pelz joins me for a fascinating conversation on the ketogenic diet for women, fasting for women, and how to thrive in menopause. Who is Dr. Mindy Pelz? Dr. Mindy’s career started 26 ye…
 
The World’s Greatest Formulator, Shawn Wells joins the show to shed light on the dark sides of the supplement industry. I ask Shawn to share his top tips on selecting supplements so you guys don't need to waste your money anymore. Shawn talks about his personal experience with things like chronic fatigue syndrome, Epstein-Barr, fibromyalgia, depres…
 
Former NFL Offensive Tackle Eben Britton speaks openly the NFL, opiates, and how cannabis saved him. After 6-years as a professional football player, Eben retired and became an advocate for responsible cannabis use. Who is Eben Britton? Eben Britton is a former American football offensive tackle who played six seasons in the National Football Leagu…
 
This is a deep dive into all things cannabis with one of the pioneers of the industry, Len May. Len goes over the different implications of cannabinoids and the long history of humans and the cannabis plant. Len takes the time to walk me through my genetics and what the implications are for my future cannabis consumption. Who is Len May? Len May is…
 
Dr. Val Brown is the Founder of NeurOptimal. He is called the “trainer of neurofeedback trainers” and in this episode shares his background in the space. Dr. Brown covers his Five Phase Model of neurofeedback and how Neuroptimal actually uses their own Period Three Approach to track the data that goes to your central nervous system. Dr. Val explain…
 
Dr. Chris McCurdy is the international expert on Kratom. Dr. McCurdy and I discuss this "plant of controversy" in detail. Kratom almost became a schedule one substance in the United States. The work of Chris Bell, Dr. McCurdy and others prevented this. In the podcast, Dr. McCurdy and I delve into the long history of Kratom use in places like Southe…
 
2020 was different than anticipated. It was a year full of great experiments and going down different rabbit holes. I share the top 10 most downloaded episodes of the show during 2020, my favorite books, and experiments. At the end of this episode, my lady stops by and talks about the impact that COVID had on our relationship, our different dietary…
 
Coming to the end of the year no one expected. Was it all bad? Roy and I discuss our key takeaways for the year, the conversations which had most significant impact on us, my current experiments, favorite books, and much more in the widespaning random show. Highlights [5:07] Big learnings in the past 3 months [9:50] Keeping a solid relationship in …
 
Angela Foster is a former corporate lawyer who battled and beat depression. Angela now serves as an Executive Health and Performance Coach. Angela opens up on depression and what it does to people, the way she beat it, and how that experience can be used by others in their struggles with depression Who is Angela Foster? Angela is a Nutritionist and…
 
Round 2 with Bodybuilding Champion and BiOptmizers Co-Founder, Wade Lightheart. This one gets into a dirty topic, parasites. Wade talks of the downsides of biohacking: when a parasite almost took his eye. Wade's experience led him to create an all-natural parasite cleanse. In this epsiode, Wade Lightheart educates on how to avoid parasites and what…
 
Julien Pineau and Ricahrd Aceves from StrongFit join the show to discuss nervous system regulation, the role of noradrenaline and lactate in the mind and the body, and movement as a tool for improving mental health. Who is Julien Pineau? Julien Pineau is a Humanist, Movement Specialist, and Founder of StrongFit, an intellectual and physical gym tha…
 
Not one to shy away from controversy, Dr. Tommy Wood has worked with some of the highest performing athletes in the world. From Formula One to Ironmans, what are some of the key takeaways Tommy had on behavior change from that experience? You would be surprised at how little free time these people have. I also get the chance to pick Tommy's brain o…
 
Anxiety is fascinating and something I've dealt with my entire life. New York University Professor, Neuroscientist, and Bestselling Author Dr. Joseph LeDoux, explains why the amygdala may not be the fear center of the brain, anxiety vs. fear, and a three-part construction for how to deal with anxiety which differs from the traditional anti-anxiety …
 
Nicotine is shrouded in controversy. Dr. Neil Grunberg has published >180 papers addressing behavioral medicine, stress, and leadership. Dr. Grunberg has received awards from the U.S. Surgeon General, CDC, FDA, American Psychological Association, NIH, Society of Behavioral Medicine, and USU. He has served as President of the USU Faculty Senate and …
 
Skeptical on Organ Meat? Ashleigh and I talk about the dark sides of bodybuilding and the benefits of organ meats and the impact of the carnivore diet (including carnivore fasting). The Muscle Maven’s book “It Takes Guts” provides a great path to enjoying and incorporating organ meat into your diet. Who is Ashleigh VanHouten? Ashleigh is a health a…
 
Patrick McKeown, bestselling author of The Oxygen Advantage joins for round 2 on everything you need to know about breath work. Patrick and I delve into CO2 tolerance, freediving, capnography, and the specific protocols for training. He talks about devices and technologies that can be used to track your breathing. Who is Patrick McKeown? Patrick’s …
 
I invited some of my closest friends, Dasha Maximov and Mads Friis, to join the show today. Dasha, Mads, and I play a game of drawing the question out of the hat amidst a fun conversation around biohacking, being happy, inner work, routines, and much more. Who is Dasha Maximov? Dasha Maximov, former-management consultant turned health explorer, fou…
 
Joined by the editor of this podcast, Roy Matz, we reflect on all of the things that happened in the past quarter. This is a wide-ranging reflection on: routines, new experiences, time management, best books and documentaries, and a lot more. Highlights [4:45] Freediving experience [12:15] New Morning Routines [22:11] The Three Iteration Process [2…
 
I rarely get a chance to speak with someone with as much experiential knowledge as Josh Holland. He's the personal trainer behind many top professionals worldwide! In part two of this conversation, Josh and I dive deeper in his 5 pillars, discuss the perks of having a balance between primal movement and high-intensity interval training, and blood f…
 
Josh Holland joins me for part one of a marathon interview on movement. Josh is an absolute cornucopia of information on all things health, so you will see this conversation is wide-ranging. Josh provides cutting edge tips on recovery, sleep, and why awareness is so important to movement. Who is Joshua J. Holland? Joshua J. Holland is a wealth of e…
 
Kava is shrouded in controversy, but is it warranted? Cameron George discovered the benefits of traditional Kava preparations during his battle with chronic illness as an alternative to benzodiazepines. Cameron spent years researching every aspect of Kava, its history, past issues, and benefits. This led to him founding TRU KAVA. Who is Cameron Geo…
 
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