A variety show podcast hosted by UFC and MMA champion Rich Franklin.
John Edgar Browning
Real Human Vampires typically do not sleep in coffins, do have reflections, don’t turn into bats and are not immortal. They do however have a taste for blood typically provided by willing donors or animals. John Edgar Browning is the foremost authority on modern day vampire culture and behavior. Growing up a fan of horror films, at a young age he fell in love with Bram Stoker’s Dracula, passion became research which ultimately led to his doctorate. With an estimated more than 5000 people in the US who identify as vampires, John dispels any misnomers and educates us on vampire origins and myths. But, is there a darker side associated with this...Black magic or blood covens?
With Depression levels at relative all time highs many people may suffer from Post Traumatic Stress from last year, but Dave Hollis talks about Post Traumatic Growth. After a divorce and leaving a lifestyle coaching brand he helped build, 2020 truly tested his resolve. Like muscles that grow from resistance, so does our mental and emotional state. Dave discusses dealing with fear, living up to your potential and how he defines success. His morning routine is purpose driven, sets his intentions and is based on his 5 pillars of health. And...he has a pretty sweet 69 Bronco!
Is he part of a psyop run by the government as a shill putting out misinformation concerning conspiracy theories? Mick West has been asked this question and heard these accusations for years discussing popular conspiracy theories such as the JFK assassination, the moon landing and chem trails just to name a few. After leaving the video gaming industry, he put his logic skills to use making arguments against popular conspiracy theories. With new evidence surfacing on UFO’s, Mick gives his thoughts on the changing landscape of an alien life encounter while weighing in on the entire conspiracy theory culture.
One of the most sought after nutritional and weight management coaches on the planet, Mike Dolce earned his reputation working with high level UFC athletes such as Ronda Rousey on managing their weight cuts. In this episode we share our similar nutritional philosophies, and Mike discusses how he psychologically motivates and empowers people to take control of their own health. Though his reputation was initially built on working with UFC athletes, you will be surprised by his favorite type of client to coach. He shares his insights on carb intake, eating out and several other factors keeping you from being shredded!
An aspiring hip-hop artist in the 90’s and early 2000’s, Billy Alsbrooks otherwise known as “White Dawg” reached the top 20 of the Billboard rap charts. Climbing through the ranks of the industry, Alsbrooks worked with artists such as Rick Ross and Pitbull. He shares why he left the hip hop industry, the pitfalls and struggles of that life and how he defines success. Reborn, Billy puts out faith based motivational content and spends much of his time in the prison ministry. Word of advice, avoid his motivational speeches before bed!
Cody O'Connor battled Ewing’s sarcoma cancer in his right leg at the age of 14. Initially diagnosed with achilles tendonitis, the following 12 months he continued with normal life and took his team to a state championship in soccer. Within 1 week of the proper diagnosis, Cody found himself in a battle with cancer to save his leg which ultimately took his right fibula. Told he would never walk again, Cody, now 27, decided to overcome his sentence by walking across the US from New York to LA to raise funds for families affected by cancer.