Brad Kearns is a New York Times bestselling author, Guinness World Record-setting professional Speedgolfer, #3 world-ranked Masters age 55-59 track & field high jumper, and former national champion and #3 world-ranked professional triathlete. He has written twenty books on diet, health, peak performance, and ancestral living, and is a popular speaker, retreat host, and face
of the Primal Blueprint online multimedia educational courses. In 2017, The Keto Reset Diet became a New York Times bestseller and briefly ranked as the #1 overall bestselling book on amazon.com.
Brad hosts the Get Over Yourself podcast, covering healthy living, peak performance, and personal growth with his carefree style and lively sense of humor. Brad promotes a nutrition, supplementation, and lifestyle transformation program he calls the “ Mofo Mission,” designed to optimize male hormone function in order to maintain the passion and competitive intensity throughout life. His signature morning regimen is a six-minute plunge into a chest freezer filled with 38F water to build focus, discipline, and a natural hormonal boost.
In 2018, Brad broke the Guinness World Record for the fastest single hole of golf ever played (minimum hole length of 500 yards). Playing with a single club (3-wood) and sprinting full speed between shots, Brad played a 503-yard hole in 1 minute, 38 seconds, scoring a birdie four.
Brad is a 4-time top-20 finisher in the World Professional Speedgolf Championships. He placed third in the 2017 California Professional Speedgolf Championships, shooting 78 on a championship course in 47 minutes for a Speedgolf score (adding together strokes and minutes) of 125.
Brad is an avid high jumper and sprinter. In February 2020, competing in the high jump in the Master's age 55-59 division, he cleared 5’0″ (1.52m), which ranked him #1 in the USA and #3 in the world. His 400-meter time of 1:04.97 ranked him #3 in the USA. In 2016 at age 51, Brad high jumped 5’5″ (1.65m) at a practice session, exceeding the All-American standard. At age 50, he
ran a 400-meter time trial in 59.8–running in the 50s in his 50s!
During his nine-year career as a triathlete, Kearns was one of the world’s top-ranked professionals, amassing 30 wins worldwide on the pro circuit. Career highlights include a remarkable streak of seven victories in a row (’91-’92), a world duathlon series championship, two national triathlon championships, and a #3 world ranking in 1991. Kearns is the last
American professional male to place in the top-5 in the ITU World Olympic Distance Championships (1992) and still holds the Hawaii Ironman 24 & under age division American record at 8:57 (1989).
While the world’s revolving on its axis he comes with mad love and plus the illest warlike tactics. Welcome to the show Brad Kearns.