The topic of mental health has never been more prevalent. Browny and Luke don’t pretend to have the answers, but are trying to break down the stigma of being embarrassed to talk about your feelings and mental health. Through raw and real personal experience, they share their stories with a wide variety of inspirational guests, from Sydney’s Northern Beaches and beyond.
There’s tears of joy, laughter and sadness as they explore the world of Mental Health. Skip lunch, Skip leg day, but whatever you do, please don’t Skip This Podcast!
E18 - “WE RAISED 25 GRAND!!"
They came, they saw, they talked a lot, but most importantly they raised $25,000 for Gotcha4Life through the Fitsom 9 hour challenge. 3 mates, 3 machines and 9 hours of fitness to raise funds and awareness for Mental Health & Fitness in the community. Join the fellas on the journey as they speak with guests Rob Pisto, Gus Worland, Pete Burge as well as some interviews with the athletes, and of course Luke has his usual struggle of controlling Browny. Get ready to be inspired and have some LOL’s, it’s a fun one.
E17 - "Making Good Men Great" with Gunter Swoboda
He’s been mentioned in almost every episode, and now the Skip This audience finally gets to meet Browny’s Psychologist. After 40 years of working in the Mens Mental health space, he is a wealth of knowledge in an area we all need to learn more about.
E16 - Adam Peacock
Browny finally meets his self proclaimed sporting knowledge match, when Fox Sports host and presenter Adam Peacock joins the boys for a chat. From the UFC, Roger Federer & Manly Sea Eagles to being a father of four, life in lockdown and raising a daughter with Juvenile Arthritis, no subject is off limits with one of the best blokes on the Northern Beaches.
Check the link in our Bio to find out where you can donate to our Mental Health Challenge & also launch our podcast in your preferred podcasting app
E15 - “FOREVER JOHNNO” with Mal "Wardy" Ward
This week the boys get the opportunity to chat to someone very near to Luke’s heart, someone who has dedicated his life to raising much needed funds for the patients and the staff at the very same hospital that his son lost his life in at a very young age. With a heart of gold and a “she’ll be right” attitude, Wardy gives an great insight into how he’s managed to keep it all together in loving memory of his son Johnno.
E14 - “GOTCHA4LIFE” with Gus Worland
Gus Worland, the founder of Gotcha4Life, a non profit organisation established to reverse the tide of declining mental health and reduce suicide rates. His 11 years on radio with TripleM has also turned him into an amazingly raw and beautiful story teller & the boys were super stoked to be able to chat with him. How will Browny cope with a Roosters tragic on this weeks episode?
E13 - "Bonesaw" Ben Jones
Long time friend Jonesy tells of his heartbreakingly frustrating story of just bloke trying to look after his family and the trials and tribulations that kept hitting him & his family along the way. The boys are extremely humbled to hear of the help that they’ve been by stepping up and facing the stigma of Mental Health chat between mates by doing the podcast.
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BEST Podcast in years!!!
Listening to people talk about mental health may seem taboo, but these 2 guys do such a great job of it. A very easy listen - literally 2 mates having a chat with some insightful guests. They’re not trying to provide solutions or solve your problems, but quite often they do by opening up a dialogue that allows for self reflection. This podcast is for anyone and everyone. Keep up the great work!
Hilariously Honest and Heartfelt
This series is a bit of an emotional rollercoaster ride.
Browny and Luke both dish out the laughs while somehow managing to keep you on the edge of your seat with their own personal accounts of life struggles and lessons learned.
The guests along the way all provide a different perspective on how they’ve each dealt with their own individual circumstances. A great insight into how to cope with whatever life throws at you.
Hilariously honest and heartfelt with a serious undertone. This definitely isn’t one to skip.