It’s my first podcast threesome! [blush]
THE TIM FERRISS SHOW, EPISODE 3:
This episode features two incredible guests: Dr. Justin Mager and Kelly Starrett. We all drink wine and get crazy.
Dr. Mager is my personal doctor and has helped me with dozens of my crazy experiments, complete with blood testing and next-generation tracking. He’s brilliant (and hilarious).
Kelly Starrett is one of the top Crossfit coaches in the world, and one of my favorite PTs and performance trainers. His clients include Olympic gold medalists, Tour de France cyclists, world and national record holders in Olympic lifting and powerlifting, Crossfit Games medalists, ballet dancers, and elite military personnel. If you’re interested in taking your body or brain to the next level, or attempting to become the guy from Limitless, this episode is for you.
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- Defining a “performance whore”
- The potent combination that is Justin Mager
- What makes people “well” and what makes people thrive
- Mixing passions for endocrinology and eastern philosophy
- How chakras described in Ayurvedic medicine correspond to nerve plexuses and endocrine glands
- How Justin Mager changes lives by exploring the body as a whole
- Experimenting on the fringes of physiology and what limits can be pushed
- Working with high-end athletes and military to exceed supposed “optimal” performance
- Blood testing is a snapshot, not a overall description of health — how do you improve it? What do you measure?
- Delving into the effects of travel on circadian rhythms, and how to correct problems
- Exploring the Quantified Self (QS) movement and Kevin Kelly
- Testing quality of sleep
- Why science isn’t the cause-and-effect master of the universe, or shouldn’t be viewed as such
- Pattern recognition and “chunking” for improved talent acquisition
- The diverse role of genetics; what can be changed and what cannot
- The health and performance implications of testosterone, boners, sleep, and more
- Mattress selection from the mobility expert (Kelly)
- Hacking the nervous system for rejuvenating sleep, utilizing body temperature as a tool
- Rebooting the parasympathetic nervous system
- “Supple Leopard” morning rituals
- Kelly’s test of functional mobility
- How pain tolerance, mobility, and movement come together
- Common qualities of top physicians, coaches, and bio-hackers, and how you can emulate them… Read More