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Reaching your athletic peak is a laudable goal. But ambition extracts a physical and mental cost. How do you break free from cycles of burnout and injury and fall in love with running again? Today we cover this topic and more with legends Christopher McDougall + Eric Orton.In this conversation we dive deep into the world and stories of Christopher's book Born to Run, as well as talk with Christopher's running coach, Eric Orton, about the practical – naturalistic – running drills, principles, practices and philosophy to become bulletproof to injury – and set you up for a lifelong love affair with running.Show notes + MOREWatch on YouTubeNewsletter Sign-UpToday’s Sponsors:Birch Living: birchiving.com/richrollROKA:  roka.comSalomon: salomon.com/richrollInsideTracker:  insidetracker.com/RichRollAthletic Greens: athleticgreens.com/richroll Voicing Change II: bit.ly/voicingchangeIIPeace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The U.S. is one of the most prosperous nations on the planet—and yet, our country has never been more unhealthy. Here to offer us a fact-based prescription for living longer and better is the intrepid Dan Buettner.A true renaissance man, Dan is an investigative journalist, a National Geographic Fellow, a legit, boots-on-the-ground longevity expert, an in-demand public speaker, a serial entrepreneur, and a world explorer with three endurance cycling world records to his name. A New York Times bestselling author many times over, he’s a seemingly constant presence on the TODAY show, has appeared on Oprah twice, and has been profiled on every respected global media outlet, from CNN to David Letterman.Today marks Dan’s fourth appearance on the podcast, and he’s presenting a gorgeous new offering: The Blue Zones American Kitchen. A must-read primer on healthy living, it’s a cookbook meets road trip in which he excavates the history of American cuisine and food culture and unearths the original, indigenous American diet, which, let’s just say, is very Blue Zones.It is with great pleasure that I share Dan’s wisdom with you today.Show notes + MOREWatch on YouTubeNewsletter Sign-UpToday’s Sponsors:Seed: seed.com/RICHROLLNative: nativedeo.com/rrpSquarespace: Squarespace.com/RichRoll Outerknown: outerknown.comBetterHelp: BetterHelp.com/richrollPeace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hormones are the body’s chemical messengers, signaling a slew of physiological processes, including your metabolism, mood, sexual function, and more. Here to help us understand this complicated endocrine language is hormone health specialist Kyle Gillett, MD.A dual board-certified physician in family medicine and obesity medicine, Kyle is an expert in optimizing hormone levels to improve overall health and well-being in both men and women. He earned his medical degree at the University of Kansas School of Medicine, practices at the Gillett Health Clinic in Olathe, Kansas, and is the host of The Gillett Health Podcast.In this wide-ranging conversation, we cover what hormones are, the key role hormones play in our overall health, and how we can leverage what Kyle calls the six pillars of health to optimize hormone health. Kyle explains how diet, exercise, sleep, stress management, sunlight exposure, and spiritual practice are more powerful than any medication or supplement out there.Show notes + MOREWatch on YouTubeNewsletter Sign-UpToday’s Sponsors:Athletic Greens: athleticgreens.com/richroll Whoop: WHOOP.com Indeed: Indeed.com/RICHROLL.Levels: levels.link/RICHROLLStride Health: stridehealth.com/richrollNavitas: navitasorganics.com/richrollPeace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
For the past year and a half, we’ve been creating quarterly episodes centered on a singular theme offered as an RRP Masterclass. These compilation episodes are derived from multiple past guests, and today, we focus our attention on plant-based nutrition.To gain the greatest insight into this topic, my team and I mined wisdom from the most esteemed doctors and the foremost experts in nutrition science that have graced the show—individuals who have direct experience with the impacts of a standard American diet, treatment protocols that include lifestyle changes toward plant fuel, the impact, and reversal of serious cardiovascular issues. The full guest list with links to their full episodes is below.Guest list:#678 – Dr. Gemma Newman#664 – Simon Hill#410 – Dr. Dean Ornish#79 – T. Colin Campbell#522 – Dr. Michael Greger#150 – Dr. Garth Davis#507 – Dr. Michael Klaper#492 – Dr. Neal Barnard#140 – Dr. Robert Ostfeld #589 – Drs. Dean & Ayesha Sherzai#349 – Dr. Joel Kahn#325 – Dr. Kim Williams#541 – Dr. Alan GoldhamerShow notes + MOREWatch on YouTubeNewsletter Sign-UpToday’s Sponsors:InsideTracker:  insidetracker.com/RichRollMatcha: Matcha.com ROKA:  roka.comStride Health: stridehealth.com/richrollWhoop: WHOOP.com Peace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Whitney Cummings is a stand-up comedian, writer, actor, producer, and podcaster. You may know her from one of her five hilarious stand-up specials, her sitcom 'Whitney', as the co-creator of the CBS show '2 Broke Girls', or as host of the 'Good For You' podcast.Whitney’s charm and wit is legendary. But underappreciated is her knowledge and experience with mental health and emotional well-being—qualities earned from working through anxiety and and codependency disorders. All of this and more is chronicled in her hilarious and vulnerable book, 'I’m Fine …And Other Lies.'This conversation centers on mental health. We discuss codependency at length—what it is and what it isn’t—building self-esteem, creating confidence, navigating relationships, and healing from childhood trauma.We also talk about animal welfare, equestrian therapy, 12 step recovery, empathy, the importance of forgiveness, and tons more.Whitney is a blast. This episode is epic. I hope you enjoy it!Show notes + MOREWatch on YouTubeNewsletter Sign-UpToday’s Sponsors:Levels: levels.link/RICHROLLCalm: calm.com/richroll.BetterHelp: BetterHelp.com/richroll.Athletic Greens: athleticgreens.com/richroll Peace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Here to rewild us and reconnect us to that which is most essential is barefoot ultra running phenom Tony Riddle. Returning for his 2nd appearance on the podcast (his first being over 3 years ago on episode #463), Tony is a natural lifestyle coach who has devoted his life to studying what makes us human and how to live naturally in the modern world.Today we pick things up where we last left off in an old school, no video, audio-only conversation convened during my recent visit to London that goes deeper into Tony's natural lifestyle practices.Tony and I cover his various endurance feats and training, his unique coaching philosophy, and the principles that underscore his new book Be More Human, a bible for deconstructing the ways of living that aren’t serving us, and reconnecting with new ways of living that are more in sync with our human biology.Show notes + MORE: bit.ly/richroll717Watch on YouTube (audio only)Newsletter Sign-Up: https://www.richroll.com/subscribeToday’s Sponsors:Salomon: salomon.com/richrollROKA:  roka.comAthletic Greens: athleticgreens.com/richroll Birch Living: birchiving.com/richrollLevels: levels.link/RICHROLLThis conversation is packed with a battery of actionable practices and strategies to rewild and reboot your life. My hope is that you employ these strategies and they allow you to maximize your humanpotential. Enjoy!Peace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to the 2022 season finale of ‘Roll On’, our semi-bi-weekly version of the podcast where we indulge in some good-natured banter and ramble on matters of interest across culture, sports, politics, literature, art, self-betterment, and more.Today Rich and Adam talk endurance news, concerning politics, streaming selects, answer listener questions, and more. Rich also expands on the lessons he’s learned after ten years of podcasting and the wisdom he’s gleaned from some of the brightest minds on the show.Watch on YouTubeShow notes + MORE: bit.ly/richroll716Newsletter Sign-Up: https://www.richroll.com/subscribeToday’s Sponsors:Ten Thousand: tenthousand.cc/richrollLMNT: drinkLMNT.com/RICHROLLBetterHelp: BetterHelp.com/richrollDaily Harvest: dailyharvest.com/RICHROLLNative: nativedeo.com/rrpSeed: seed.com/RICHROLL**Special SriMu Offer: in a gesture of gratitude for listening and watching, Julie is kindly offering a special discount on her SriMu plant-based cheese. Visit SriMu.com and enter code RRP18 at checkout and receive 18% off. If you are ordering for Thanksgiving, make sure to place your order on or before November 13th, 2022. If you want it delivered in time for Christmas, the order deadline is December 11th, 2022.Enjoy!Peace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Here today fourth appearance on the podcast—(his last appearance was nearly eight years ago) is the godfather of YouTube, Casey Neistat.One of the biggest and most popular filmmakers on YouTube with over 12.5 million subscribers, Casey rose to fame through a daily vlog he commenced in March of 2015 when he began uploading a new video every single day, elevating the vlog format with next level storytelling & production value that consistently went viral & captured the fascination of millions.In addition to being a friend and occasional running partner, Casey is also an entrepreneur, an angel investor, a husband, a dad, and the director of a new documentary entitled 'Under The Influence', which chronicles the trajectory of a young YouTube creator named David Dobrik from massive popularity to disgrace and the ugly, broader truths of the creator economy that incentivized his demise.Today Casey and I dive deep into what it means to be an artist. We dive into the foundational principles of creativity, filmmaking, and storytelling. We talk about the difference between external versus internal validation and the rewards each brings.If you enjoy our conversation today, check out our earlier exchanges on episodes 73, 144, and 174.Watch: YouTube.Read: Show notes.Today's Sponsors:Athletic Greens: athleticgreens.com/richroll Calm: calm.com/richroll.Outerknown: outerknown.comSquarespace: Squarespace.com/RichRoll Whoop: WHOOP.com InsideTracker:  insidetracker.com/RichRollEnjoy!Peace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Multiple studies now confirm a dramatic link between the health of our microbiome and our ability to combat viral illness. Today we explore this connection, with tools to promote gut health, optimize your immune system & prevent disease.Our host for today's exploration is the queen of all things gut health, Robynne Chutkan, MD.Dr. Chutkan is a board-certified gastroenterologist serving on the Georgetown University Hospital faculty. She is the founder of the Digestive Center for Wellness, as well as the author of 4 books on the microbiome, including her most recent, The Anti-Viral Gut, which offers practical advice for optimizing diet, exercise, sleep, and time outdoors to boost the body’s defenses and our overall health.Appearing for the 2nd time on the podcast, my initial conversation with Dr. Chutkan 7 years ago (RRP #192) dove into the nuts and bolts of the microbiome: what it is, how it functions, and how we can care for it. Today we zoom in, focusing on the antiviral aspects of gut health, why it’s so important, and what you can do about it.We’ve talked a lot about the microbiome on this podcast, but this exchange is truly a masterclass within itself. Watch: YouTube.Read: Show notes.Today's Sponsors:Whoop: WHOOP.com Navitas: navitasorganics.com/richrollStride Health: stridehealth.com/richrollAthletic Greens: athleticgreens.com/richroll I’ve known Robynne for many years—she is such a delightful presence. It was wonderful to have her back in the studio. Her expertise in communicating this subject matter is truly unparalleled, and I am excited to share this one with you. Enjoy!Peace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In today’s panoply of role models, rare is the story of an everyman transforming his life wholesale—then sharing his process openly and honestly with humility and vulnerability.Today I convene with one of these aspirational, endurance veteran and personal hero Gordo Byrn.Gordo is someone who greatly inspired and influenced my endurance career and mentored me from afar in ways beyond my ability to calculate. This conversation, long in the making, is thus personally special.A former private equity investment banker, Gordo metamorphosed into an elite ultra-endurance athlete, a student of human performance, an endurance coach, and, mostly, a devoted family man. He’s also the co-author of the endurance bible 'Going Long'—an incredible resource for any and all athletes seeking to better understand and apply the principles of endurance.A Web 1.0 blogger and podcaste, Gordo's humble guidance and wisdom was a consistent presence during my heavy training years, a tradition he continues today on Twitter (@feelthebyrn1)—a platform he uses to share his experience on everything from endurance training to marriage, personal finance and parenting.Meeting Gordo was like meeting a lost twin for the first time, and this conversation was everything I hoped it would be.Watch: YouTube.Read: Show notes.Today's Sponsors:InsideTracker:  insidetracker.com/RichRollAthletic Greens: athleticgreens.com/richroll Indeed: Indeed.com/RICHROLL.BetterHelp: BetterHelp.com/richroll.The Swedish superstar and multiple Ultraman and Otillo champion Jonas Colting calls Gordo ‘Tony Robbins in a Speedo.’ I agree with this statement, and after listening to this one, you will too.Peace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
There are professionals. There are Olympians. But rare is the athlete who is so entirely and utterly devoted to sport in mind, body, and soul, that they exceed titles all together.Today I am lucky to host two of these extraordinary individuals: Norsemen Gustav Iden & Kristian Blummenfelt.In an unprecedented period of just 9 months, Kristian was crowned Olympic champion in Tokyo and bagged the fastest Ironman performance ever in his debut. After winning the 2021 70.3 World Champion title, this year Gustav had a spectacular 2022 debut victory at the Ironman World Championships in Kona—a race in which Kristian placed 3rd—emerging from Kristian’s formidable shadow and smashing the overall Kona course record with a blistering 7:40:24. On top of that, he rewrote the marathon course record with a 2:36;15 26.2. Racing in tandem until the very end, Gustav and Kristian gave mindboggling, paradigm-crushing performances at the 2022 Ironman World Championship this year. It was an unforgettable barnburner of a race, and today we dive deep into the metrics and mechanics of that epic day.Watch: YouTube.Read: Show notes.Today's Sponsors:ROKA:  roka.comUCAN: ucan.co/roll Navitas: navitasorganics.com/richrollWhoop: WHOOP.com Final Note: If you dig this conversation, look out for my upcoming podcast with their coach (and mad genius) Olav Aleksander Bu, which will be released in the not-so-distant future.The Norwegian Train is in the house. Tuck into that aero position, hammer some watts, and enjoy.Peace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This is a conversation about the science, neurobiology and use cases for clinical hypnosis with the world’s leading researcher and clinician in the field, Dr. David Spiegel.Dr. Spiegel is the associate chair of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine, the director of the Stanford Center on Stress and Health, and has published over 480 journal articles, 170 book chapters, and a whopping 13 books on the subject of hypnosis and related topics.Hypnosis is unfortunately a loaded term, one I admittedly met with skepticism. But as you’ll soon discover, clinical hypnosis, as opposed to ‘stage’ hypnosis, is a genuine and efficacious therapeutic protocol that induces a unique brain state—one that can be leveraged to improve everything from sleep states to high performance. It can be a powerful tool against addiction. And hypnosis has proven efficacious in the alleviation of trauma-related symptoms such as anxiety, chronic pain, and more.In this episode, Dr. Spiegel explains hypnosis, distinguishes the ‘stage’ variety from the clinical definition, and dispels the many myths associated with the field.We discuss the many aforementioned efficacious use cases for hypnosis, and a process Dr. Spiegel calls 'tranceformation'. Finally, we cover helpful tools for self-hypnosis, a simple test to gauge your own receptivity to hypnosis, and many other topics.Watch: YouTube.Read: Show notes.Today's Sponsors:Athletic Greens: athleticgreens.com/richroll Levels: levels.link/RICHROLLCalm: calm.com/richroll.LMNT: drinkLMNT.com/RICHROLLFor a special discount on the Reveri mobile app (iOs & Android), visit reveri.com/richroll where you will be entitled to purchase a yearly or lifetime membership at a reduced price. I receive no benefit or remuneration from this offer.Please enjoy what I think you will find to be a truly fascinating, potentially life-altering conversation.Peace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How do you navigate transformation? What does it mean to live with integrity? And why is it important to cultivate intuition?Joining me today to grapple with truths big and small is my in-house spiritual guide, Julie Piatt—aka SriMati.My partner in every definition of the word, Julie excels across an impressive variety of disciplines. She is a serial entrepreneur. She’s the founder and CEO of SriMu, her plant-based cheese enterprise, and soon-to-be empire. She’s a musician. An artist. A designer. A devoted mother to four.Most relevant to today’s conversation, Julie is also a yogi and lifelong, devoted pursuer of spiritual wisdom, which she insightfully practices and instructs by way of her online spiritual community, Water Tiger.In this exchange, Julie shares actionable ways to celebrate your lived experience, amplify your awareness, and elevate your consciousness as we emerge from the pandemic and the multitude of experiences that period wrought.Julie also shares ways to inject entrepreneurship with spirituality.With the holiday season soon upon us, we also discuss how to gracefully navigate the emotional complexity of family gatherings.We conclude with valuable business insights from the front lines of growing her *not* cheese brand.Watch: YouTube.Read: Show notes.Special SriMu Offer: in a gesture of gratitude for listening and watching, Julie is kindly offering a special discount on her SriMu plant-based cheese. Visit SriMu.com and enter code RRP18 at checkout and receive 18% off. If you are ordering for Thanksgiving make sure to place your order on or before November 13th, 2022. If you want it delivered in time for Christmas, the order deadline is December 11th, 2022.I think you’ll come away from this exchange inspired, enlightened, and armed with a few tactics to infuse your life with more purpose, passion, and joy.Julie tends to have that effect on people.Today's Sponsors:Ten Thousand: tenthousand.cc/richrollROKA:  roka.comBetterHelp: BetterHelp.com/richroll.Indeed: Indeed.com/RICHROLL.Salomon: salomon.com/richroll Peace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Meet François D’Haene.One of the greatest (some say the greatest) ultra-distance trail runners in the world, French superstar François is a former physiotherapist turned winemaker who has collected 36 victories and 51 podiums across some of the most prestigious and challenging races in the world. His palmarès include taking victory at UTMB an astonishing four times, a record only recently matched by Kílian Jornet this year. In 2017, François clocked the fastest-ever traverse of the 210-mile John Muir Trail. And in 2021, he won the Hardrock 100, one of the most difficult trail ultras, breaking the overall record previously held by Jornet.Beyond the glow of ultra superstardom, François keeps things simple—a lifestyle that prioritizes his family as a dad to three. And an approach to sustained excellence that values community, connection, and nature over race results and rewards.It’s this disposition—a rare balance many athletes of his caliber struggle to master—that I find most compelling. And it’s the focus of today’s fascinating exploration.Today we explore the elements of François’ mastery.We parse his humble and grounded approach to craft—and how this mindset has contributed to sustained success and career longevity at the highest level of sport.In addition, we discuss the principles that drive him, the details of his training regimen, the allure of nature, advice for tackling your first ultra, and many other topics.But more than anything, this is a conversation about the tension between the rigors of pursuing mastery and the value of important life experiences beyond the parameters of sport.Read: Show notes.I should say up front that François’ French accent can be a bit thick at times, but if you listen closely and aren’t tempted to increase the playback speed, you should be able to follow him just fine. Captions are available on YouTube if you want to capture every word.Today's Sponsors:Outerknown: outerknown.comInsideTracker:  insidetracker.com/RichRollNative:  www.nativedeo.com/rrpSquarespace: Squarespace.com/RichRoll Athletic Greens: athleticgreens.com/richroll Note: this conversation was recorded on June 30, 2022. On July 15, 2022, François placed 2nd at the Hardrock 100, 14+ minutes behind Kílian Jornet.I thoroughly enjoyed my time with François—may this exchange leave you equally enriched.Peace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
A Tribute To Hilaree Nelson

A Tribute To Hilaree Nelson

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On Monday, September 26th, Hilaree Nelson—one of the world’s most accomplished ski-mountaineers and adventure athletes—tragically passed away while descending mount Manaslu in Nepal after summiting the 26,781-foot mountain with her partner Jim Morrison. She was 49.Named one of National Geographic’s 2018 Adventurers of the Year, Hilaree was an adventurer at the absolute highest level—a giant who summited, explored & skied some of the most exotic and treacherous mountain ranges on Earth and served as an inspiration, mentor, and role model to many.In tribute to her extraordinary life, this episode is a re-release of our conversation from 2018 (RRP 364). It’s about risk, fear, resilience, potential, and the allure of the outdoors. But mostly, it's about placing yourself outside your comfort zone—and what that can teach us about potential, the preciousness of life, and what it means to be truly alive.Watch on YouTubeOriginal Episode 364 Show NotesRest In Power, Hilaree.Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
If you’re someone who actually believes that people don’t change, prepare for a major mindset shift.Meet John McAvoy.Returning for his 2nd appearance on the podcast, John is positive transformation rendered in human form—and his story is one of the most compelling, improbable, inspirational, and cinematic tales you will ever be privileged to hear.The McAvoy name might ring a bell for longtime listeners. He first appeared on the show a little over four years ago on episode #379—a conversation that ranks among the most memorable and impactful in the ten-year history of the show.For those unfamiliar, John is a former high-profile armed robber, one of Britain’s most successful career criminals and most wanted men. His reckoning was delivered in the form of a double life sentence (the 2nd of 2 prison stints) on the notorious Belmarsh high-security wing—a space he shared with extremist cleric Abu Hamza and the 7/7 bombers.To the rational outsider, John’s future was bleak. But a chance encounter with prison gym indoor rowing machine would ultimately change his life forever. In short shrift, John ended up breaking a cluster of British and World indoor rowing records while incarcerated, and upon parole, began forging a new life as a professional endurance athlete.Today, John is a Nike-sponsored Ironman athlete living in the Alps, a vegan (not my doing—I promise), and a stalwart mouthpiece for prison reform who has testified at 10 Downing Street. But above all, he’s a staunch advocate for the inherent power we all possess to course correct the trajectory of our lives, no matter how dire the circumstances.I was in London recently and couldn’t resist the opportunity to reconvene with this legend. This episode is old school—no video, just two guys vibing across a kitchen table. We pick right up where we last left off four years prior and dive even deeper into John’s remarkable story to further mine the extraordinary, latent potential we all hold to better ourselves.Watch: YouTube.Read: Show notes.Today's Sponsors:Whoop: WHOOP.com Birch Living:  birchiving.com/richroll.Express VPN: expressvpn.com/RICHROLL.Daily Harvest:  dailyharvest.com/RICHROLL.Seed: seed.com/RICHROLL.As you’ll soon discover, John’s greatest heist isn’t a bank—it’s his life.Peace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
For too long, the growing body of evidence showing that a spiritual practice is associated with better health and wellbeing has been dismissed by stoics and scientists. That is, until now.Welcome to our sixth masterclass episode, where we share big truths from some of my best podcast guests, honing in on a single theme or subject matter. Today we are diving deep on all things spirituality, sharing new perspectives, the latest scientific findings, some concrete and non-secular spiritual practices, and the value that an awakened state of being can add to your daily life. Whether you’re already part of a rich spiritual tradition or someone just beginning to seek a spiritual path, this one’s for you.I sincerely hope that after hearing all these perspectives on spirituality, you find yourself with an open heart, armed with new practices that can elevate your thinking and behavior toward a more spiritual consciousness—and ultimately, a more fulfilled life. If you’ve been inspired, then consider visiting the full, in-depth conversations with these esteemed guests. You can find links to each episode posted in the show notes below.Watch: YouTube.Read: Show notes.Today's Sponsors:Athletic Greens: Visit: athleticgreens.com/richrollLMNT: Try it out at: drinkLMNT.com/RICHROLLIndeed: Start hiring NOW at Indeed.com/RICHROLL.BetterHelp: BetterHelp.com/richroll.Masterclass Series: Click here to listen to our first deep dive on the microbiome, here for our second on mental health, here for our third on addiction & recovery, here for our fourth on mindset, and here our fifth on longevity. The full episodes for all guests featured in this episode can be found in the show notes below.I sincerely hope you find this experiment helpful and instructive—and/or that you share the episode with those who could benefit from it. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Meet the masters of resilience. 80’s metal trailblazers: Anvil.For those of you who bristle at the thought of heavy metal, set aside that resistance. Give this one a shot with an open mind and heart. And thank me later—because the story of Anvil—and the filmmaker who captured their tale—is nothing short of remarkable.At 14, Steve ‘Lips’ Kudlow and Robb Reiner made a pact to rock together forever. In 1982 they birthed a highly influential album that would inspire the likes of Anthrax and Metallica—and then proceeded to drop off the map, toiling in obscurity for decades while the bands they impacted rose to superstardom.Then, in 2006, filmmaker (and former Anvil roadie) Sacha Gervasi set out to find out what happened, discovering to his astonishment that 25 years later the band was still making music and remained steadfastly committed to the most impossible of dreams: making it big.Now this is a story, he thought.So Sacha grabbed a small camera crew and proceeded to follow the band as they persevered through obstacles, navigated a botched European tour, and recorded a thirteenth album. Despite rejection that would devastate the strongest among us, Anvil refused to give up on their dream—and never lost hope.Today we tell this surprisingly touching and remarkably inspirational story.And now, 50 years since the band debuted and 13 years after the rockumentary first premiered in 2008, the film is being re-released in 200 theaters across the US this week and later in theatres across Europe and beyond—a response to a new generation of enthusiastic young people who discovered and fell in love with the movie during Covid.Watch: YouTube.Read: Show notes.Today's Sponsors:ROKA: roka.com and enter code RichRoll for 20% off.Navitas: navitasorganics.com/richroll and enter code RICHROLL for 30% off.Calm: 40% off a Calm Premium subscription at calm.com/richroll.Whoop: WHOOP.com and use the code RICHROLL for 15% off.Levels: Learn more at levels.link/RICHROLLLips and Robb hold an unwavering conviction and extraordinary amount of courage that is nothing short of superhuman. They are inspiring examples of perseverance in the face of adversity, and I’m delighted to share their story. I hope you find it as touching and compelling as I did. Enjoy!Peace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dr. Paul Conti is a graduate of Stanford University School of Medicine. He completed his training at Stanford and Harvard, where he served as Chief Resident. He then served on the medical faculty at Harvard before moving to Portland, Oregon, and founding the Pacific Premiere Group—a clinical practice helping people heal and grow from trauma and other life challenges.Dr. Conti is also the author of Trauma, the Invisible Epidemic: How Trauma Works and How We Can Heal From It, which I feel strongly is required reading for everyone, particularly those of you looking to not only heal from your own trauma, and for anyone desiring to break cycles of generational trauma.This conversation is truly a master class on all things trauma.Dr. Conti begins by defining trauma, and explaining what trauma is and isn’t. We then look at the many ways in which unresolved trauma perniciously manifests in our lives, discuss the various ways in which the medical establishment fails us with respect to mental health, and explore a vision for how to improve it. And we close with tools available to effectively process, heal, and even prevent trauma from negatively impacting our lives and the lives of our loved ones.Watch: YouTube.Read: Show notes.Today's Sponsors:Salomon: salomon.com/richroll and use code LOVETHEPAIN (exclusions apply).Whoop: WHOOP.com and use the code RICHROLL.Athletic Greens: athleticgreens.com/richrollInsideTracker:  insidetracker.com/RichRollDr. Conti’s wisdom on this important subject is profound. This conversation is appointment listening. And it was an honor to host such a bright mind. Enjoy!Peace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to ‘Roll On’, the semi-bi-weekly version of the podcast where Rich Roll & Adam Skolnick indulge in some good-natured banter and ramble on matters of interest across culture, sports, art, literature, politics, self-betterment, and more.Today Rich reflects on what he has learned from his almost 10 years hosting this podcast, plus endurance news, recent episode recaps, streaming selects, listener questions and more.Watch on YouTubeShow notes + MORE: bit.ly/richroll704Newsletter Sign-Up: https://www.richroll.com/subscribeToday’s Sponsors:Squarespace: Squarespace.com/RichRoll Athletic Greens: athleticgreens.com/richrollBetterHelp: BetterHelp.com/richroll.Whoop: WHOOP.com and use the code RICHROLL ROKA: roka.com and enter code RichRoll Peace + Plants,Rich Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Christian Sperber

That was awesome. Thanks Camille and Rich for the inspiring listen. Lots of the themes you went into are real pertinent to me right now! That bit about the beer had me chucking. I had a flashback to the mashup of SCJ Brett Kavanaugh talking about all the beer he liked to drink in highschool. I bet his was piss water though. I'm in complete agreement in giving righteous props to IPAs! Lagunitas hop water is the bomb. Hope to meet you at a race sometime!

Jul 2nd
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James Wilson

I enjoyed and learned a lot from this episode, but the second Will claimed depression is just diet, he lost me.. Other people's personal experiences may be different, but depression has taken to many mates from both sides of the healthy and unhealthy diet side of the spectrum.

Jun 4th
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Todd. H.

Too commie for me. No thanks.

Apr 22nd
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Ashley Bagg

What an amazing, empowering and deeply inspiring podcast!! So many profound statements and observations about the human condition and the world we live in. A must listen!!

Apr 5th
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Jørgen Rolighed Thyme

extremely valuably and insights in Harveys philosophy are fantastic

Mar 22nd
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A Te Atawhai Tibble

just as I was thinking Tichs guests are all great....boom...Joe turns up! lol

Mar 13th
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The Apollonian

great episode

Mar 11th
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Robin Gill

I am and avid listen of both Rich and Simon's podcasts. This is a match made in heaven. Fascinating listen and a must for everyone. Don't be put off by the length - times flies and you don't have to listen to it in one go.

Mar 4th
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Debbie King

I was one of the lazy American citizens who fell for the bs that was spread about Williamson. Thank you so much for this interview

Feb 21st
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Rich Frissen

More from Ray here:- https://bit.ly/3F5StHY

Jan 9th
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Cristian Concha

Ripple of Impact

Dec 24th
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Nervino Karas

Why is it odd? These two should stick to vegan ism.

Dec 11th
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Paul Bass

normal did not cause this.

Oct 26th
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Angel Tregunna Bainbridge

the whole line is "Curiosity Killed the cat, but satisfaction brought it back."

Oct 16th
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William Woo

Love the content

Oct 15th
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Darla Seifried

loved the second half the first half was a little too self-aggrandizing. and a little too much, "YOU'RE AWESOME"... "NO.... YOU'RE awesome!!"... "no, no, no,... YOU'RE awesome!". and the name dropping... 🤮

Oct 4th
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Cristian Concha

one of my favorite episodes ever. need to listen to it again and again. thanks for the great wisdom. Namaste.

Sep 29th
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simon thomas

this could be the perfect script, for a bond villian

Aug 17th
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