Tune in to a new kind of talk! The Primal Blueprint Podcast is relaunching as the Primal Kitchen Podcast, hosted by founders Mark Sisson and Morgan Zanotti. Every week, they're sitting down with the biggest names in the health, wellness, and personal growth space. Listen in on Spotify, Apple, and on PrimalKitchen.com.
09: Building Barcode Through Basketball with Founder & Former NBA Trainer Bar Malik
This week, Morgan learns the tips and tricks on tackling hydration and health in the athletic world with former NBA Director of Performance, Mubarak Malik. Bar left the NBA world to pursue his entrepreneurial vision of disrupting the sports drink industry with Barcode: a gluten-free, plant-based natural sports drink praised by celebrities and NBA players alike. Tune in to learn which celebrity elevated his brand before it was even officially created and his hacks for high-performance athletic ability!
08: Mark Sisson Q&A - Turkey Traditions & Hacks for the Holiday Season
With Thanksgiving around the corner, join Primal Kitchen Co-founders Mark Sisson and Morgan Zanotti as they start the holiday season with a Q and A that covers everything from Turkey Day traditions to managing all the holiday indulgences. Listen in as Mark offers his top tips for feeling your best and listening to your body's cues during the season of eating. Plus, Mark reveals his secret favorite holiday food...and the answer will truly shock you!
Farmlink: How a College Non-Profit Sparked Monumental Community Change
Morgan takes an in-depth look at the current food shortage situation happening across the country and how one college non-profit created monumental change and sparked an unstoppable movement. The Farmlink Project helps connect farmers to local food banks to decrease food waste. Joined by founders James & Aidan, this episode explores how this powerhouse non-profit found success in the middle of a global pandemic, and why you should never underestimate the power of driven college students.
Exploring Your Own Potential with Dr. Michael Gervais
In this week's episode, Morgan interviews a high-performance psychologist and co-founder of Complete to Create, Dr. Michael Gervais. He shares his insight with Morgan on how to train for our body & mind in order to flourish and explore the heights of our own potential through psychological training. His program, Complete to Create, has been used by Olympic athletes and large corporations to create the internal skills to meet the demands in an increasingly stressful world.
05: Vegan-Turned-Omnivore Yovana Talks Fertility & Internet Fame
On this week's episode, Morgan chats with social media influencer Yovana! Join this duo as they discuss Yovana's personal food journey from raw vegan to omnivore. She goes in-depth on how her diet and lifestyle impacted her mental and physical health, as well as the challenges of internet fame, including cyberbullying. Yovana shares with Morgan how she found her diet fit, overcame fertility issues, and launched her new diet-inclusive app, SimpleFit.
04: Mark Sisson Q&A on Entrepreneurship and Mark's Biggest Failures
This week, Morgan tackles our most-requested topic yet: Primal Kitchen co-founder Mark Sisson's entrepreneurial journey...from mowing lawns to making mayo! Mark gets real talking about his biggest failures on his road to success, taking us all the way back from his small-town childhood adventures, his early career, and the business (and life) lessons he learned along the way. Listen in & find out fascinating facts about this thought leader's life, like what Mark's college buddies had in mind for his future.
I like it, however...
Great information, however I find the person reading it rather robotic. It sounds just as though he is reading it. Couldn't they find someone that uses some expression?
Lots of pseudoscience
Lots of pseudoscience and inaccurate, not verified facts. The host sometimes seems pretty lost.
I sometimes learn a lot from this podcast, but sometimes it’s tends to be long winded before a good point is made. Brads conversation with Tania today is a good example. The conversation was not that informative. I only have x amount of time to listen to a podcast and this wasn’t worth my time to Listen to the rambling that took place.
I thought Brad interrupted his guest a lot and talked way too much. It’s nice to be knowledgeable and enthusiastic but being a good listener is important. I wish Tania had more opportunities to talk.