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A master-class in personal and professional development, ultra-athlete, wellness evangelist and bestselling author Rich Roll delves deep with the world's brightest and most thought provoking thought leaders to educate, inspire and empower you to unleash your best, most authentic self. More at: https://richroll.com
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A master-class in personal and professional development, ultra-athlete, wellness evangelist and bestselling author Rich Roll delves deep with the world's brightest and most thought provoking thought leaders to educate, inspire and empower you to unleash your best, most authentic self. More at: https://richroll.com
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    Van Neistat Is The Spirited Man

    Van Neistat Is The Spirited Man

    A mysterious artist on the cusp of breakthrough success walks away from it all. Beyond the public’s gaze, he spends the next decade pursuing purity, beauty and truths both personal and universal.
    Then, like a Jedi returning from parts unknown, the artist resurfaces as ‘The Spirited Man’. And this ‘Spirited Man’ goes by the name Van.
    Van Neistat to be precise.
    The elder half of The Neistat Brothers, it’s a name that will ring familiar to many, a name typically associated with a superstar YouTuber, OG vlogger, and friend of the pod, Casey Neistat.
    In the Neistat Venn Diagram, Van and Casey overlap on many traits. Both are artists with an utterly distinct aesthetic. Both are exceptional filmmakers who honed their skills in the days before YouTube even existed. Both have a preternatural aptitude for storytelling, perfectionist dispositions, an appreciation for the analog, and extreme respect for detail. The list goes on.
    And yet, Van and Casey are also very different artists with disparate sensibilities.
    Back in 2010 after the Neistat Brothers HBO show wasn’t picked up for a second season, Casey went on to become, well Casey Neistat. Van on the other hand, embarked on a very different journey. An artistic journey of self-discovery—outside the public sphere—until recently.
    Now re-emerged by dint of his recently launched YouTube Channel, ‘The Spirited Man’, Van muses philosophical and explores questions large and small with a curious, introspective flare that is totally unique, utterly compelling, and just-so-perfectly Van.
    I was (and continue to be) thoroughly entranced by this series—and so curious about Van—that I reached out to Casey to connect us.
    Today Van shares his story, and it is wild.
    My plan was to unfurl ‘The Story of Van Neistat’ in a relatively linear fashion.
    That’s not at all what happened. And this exchange is better for it.
    Fluid and conversational, this is an excavation of the artist life. It’s as much about hardship and survival as it is about creativity and productivity.
    We discuss curiosity, sobriety, discipline, the value of being meticulous, and his commitment to preserving an analog life.
    We talk about why he didn’t continue making films with Casey and Van’s many collaborations with artist Tom Sachs.
    Finally, Van spins a few epic yarns featuring Werner Herzog, the Safdie Brothers, and the lore of 368 Broadway—a building in lower Manhattan that birthed many an amazing creative career in the early 2000s.
    To read more click here. You can also watch our exchange on YouTube. And as always, the podcast streams wild and free on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
    Van is super awesome. I love this one. Hope you do too.
    Peace + Plants,

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    Crush It As A Plant-Based Athlete: Matt Frazier & Robert Cheeke

    Crush It As A Plant-Based Athlete: Matt Frazier & Robert Cheeke

    How can you possibly excel as an athlete on a plant-based diet? Where do you get your protein? Don’t you need meat to be fit?
    If you’re a long-time whole food, plant-based enthusiast, chances are you’ve been asked these questions more times than you can count. For the rest of you, let’s put these questions to the test.
    My comrades for this inquiry are friends Matt Frazier & Robert Cheeke, here to testify on how to absolutely kick ass and take names as a plant-based athlete.
    The occasion for this conversation is the publication of Matt & Robert’s aptly titled new book, The Plant-Based Athlete—the ultimate primer on maxing peak performance the plant-based way, a drum you I’ve been beating for years.
    Long-time listeners will remember Matt from from RRP 54 in the early days of the podcast. A plant-based marathoner and ultrarunner, he’s the man behind everything NoMeatAthlete.com—the wildly popular community, blog, books, and podcast.
    Making his first and long overdue appearance on the show, Robert is a former champion vegan bodybuilder, public speaker, founder of Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness, and a solid dude who’s been crushing it on nothing but plants for more than 25 years.
    Today, Matt and Robert bust myths and break down the basics of plant-based performance. We talk about optimizing athleticism from strength training to endurance. We discuss proper fueling and recovery techniques. We get into responsible supplementation, balancing macros, enhancing micronutrient intake, and the importance diversifying your microbiome. Plus, we dive into the latest science and research behind why plants reign supreme when it comes to peak gains.
    Of course, we also bust some common myths, including the big one: where do you get your protein?
    Whether you’re seeking to break a strength plateau, hit a PR, compete in your first ultra event, or simply lose a few, shape up and feel better—this is the intensive, in-depth, masterclass on plant-based performance you’ve been waiting for.
    And it might just change your life.
    To read more click here. You can also watch our exchange on YouTube. And as always, the podcast streams wild and free on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
    It was a blast hosting these awesome humans and long-time friends. I sincerely hope you enjoy the exchange.
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    SHOW NOTES:
    Connect with Matt: Website | Twitter | InstagramConnect with Robert: Website | Facebook | InstagramPodcast: A Closer Look at “The Plant-Based Athlete” by M

    • 2 tim. 39 min
    Guru Singh On Our Addiction To 'Normal'

    Guru Singh On Our Addiction To 'Normal'

    It's been over a year since we dipped our toes in the rippling currents of the spiritual deep end.
    To make amends for this grievous and much delayed pause, today marks the the welcome return of my favorite wizard and sparring partner when it comes to matters mystical, Guru Singh —here to resuscitate another round of Guru Multiverse.
    The master of the Kundalini arts, now presiding over Kundalini University, Guru Singh has paid many a visit to this show. For those newer to the podcast, Guru Singh is a celebrated master spiritual teacher, third-generation Sikh yogi, author, accomplished musician, father, grandfather, and gift to humanity at large who has been teaching and studying Kundalini yoga for the past 40-plus years.
    Our last get-together focused on navigating grief. Today we extend and apply that theme to aid in processing this most unusual year.
    We discuss our addiction to the idea of normalcy. We explore the idea of a 'global reset' — the personal and planetary growth opportunity in the wake of what we have collectively weathered. And we weigh the pros and cons of incremental versus revolutionary change.
    Make sure to stick around to the end. As has become his custom, Guru Singh takes it out with a song.
    To read more click here. You can also watch our exchange on YouTube. And as always, the podcast streams wild and free on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
    Final note: Guru Singh is kindly offering all of you a $330.00 discount on his Kundalini University August course. Simply visit: KundaliniUniversity.com and use code RichRoll at checkout. I have no skin in this game, just sharing Guru's generosity.
    It's great to be back with my wise friend. I sincerely hope you enjoy this exchange.

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    SHOW NOTES
    Connect With Guru Singh: Website | Twitter | Instagram | FacebookKundalini University: kundaliniuniversity.com (code RichRoll for $333 off the August teacher training course.)Guru Singh Podcast on iTunesGuru Singh on YouTubeGuru Singh: Online ClassesAwaken: Articles by Guru SinghAwaken: Awaken Interviews Kundalini Yoga Master Guru Singh – Awakening Is a Spectral ProcessBooks By Guru Singh
    Infinite Zero: Everything Comes from Nothing* by Guru SinghBuried Treasures: The Journey From Where You Are to Who You Are* by Guru Singh108 Ways to Great Days: A Journey Through Journaling* by Guru SinghAngels Gather Here: Nine Angelic As

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    Dr. Andrew Weil Is The Medical Mystic

    Dr. Andrew Weil Is The Medical Mystic

    The godfather of integrative medicine and a true pioneer of health, today’s guest is a legend in the realm of mind-body healing.
    Meet Dr. Andrew Weil.
    Named one of the 100 most influential people in the world by TIME Magazine (among a zillion other accolades), Dr. Weil is a New York Times bestselling author of 15 books, the founder and director of the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona, and a man who’s spent the last 50+ years studying and evangelizing holistic wellness, under-appreciated healing modalities, medicinal plants, and the reform of medical education.
    As an entrepreneur, he is the founder of matcha tea brand Matcha Kari and a partner in True Food Kitchen, a chain of healthy food restaurants located all across the U.S.
    Dr. Weil has occupied a space in my consciousness for as long as I can remember. However, it wasn’t until I read Michael Pollan’s book How To Change Your Mind that I began to more fully appreciate the vast extent to which Dr. Weill has served as integrative medicine’s greatest pioneer.
    the legacy of integrative medicine can be traced to Dr. Weil’s breadth of this man’s contribution to introducing and mainstreaming so many ideas and practices he has been advocating since the 70’s.
    A long-time advocate of simple practices like breath work and healthy eating decades prior to it being vogue, Dr. Weil’s storied legacy also includes the evidence-based study of clinical applications for psychedelics, and marijuana. The nutritional properties of mushrooms. And the advisability of a variety of other alternative healing modalities that, back in the day, were considered anathema and ridiculed by the medical establishment.
    Simply put, integrative medicine would exist as it does today without the path courageously blazed by Dr. Weil.
    Today we explore this man’s extraordinary life. Counter-culture days at Harvard. And his convictions as a healer.
    We talk psychedelics, funghi, food and breath—and the best practices you can adopt to sidestep chronic lifestyle disease and thrive.
    We also explore what’s wrong with medical education. How to change it. And his quest to completely reinvent health care.
    To read more click here. You can also watch our exchange on YouTube. And as always, the podcast streams wild and free on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
    This was a fun one. I learned a ton, and I know you will too.
    Final note: Dr. Weil was gracious enough to offer all of you a 15% discount on his Matcha Kari matcha tea. Let it be known this is not a sponsored thing, he’s just being a mensch. To avail yourself of this act of kindness visit matcha.com and use code RICH15 at checkout.
    This is a glorious conversation with one of the most wildly fascinating individuals of our time. I was honored to host it and more proud to share it.

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    Olympian Katie Hoff On Embracing The Suck & Alchemizing Pain Into Gratitude

    Olympian Katie Hoff On Embracing The Suck & Alchemizing Pain Into Gratitude

    We all create imagined blueprints for how we want our lives to unfold—but what happens when things don’t go according to plan?
    Today’s guest knows a thing or two about managing pressure, prioritizing intention over expectation, and transforming disappointment into gratitude.
    Meet Olympic swimmer Katie Hoff.
    Dubbed, for better or worse, ‘the female Michael Phelps’ Katie is an 8x world champion that made her first Olympic Team at the ripe age of 15, the youngest member of the 2004 USA Swimming Team. She won 5 first place Olympic berths at the 2008 Olympic Trials, took home 3 medals in Beijing, and over the course of her career toppled more than a few American & international records, accruing 8 world championship titles along the way.
    But Katie’s story isn’t what you think it is. It’s not some totally unrelatable Olympic fairy tale, filled with empty platitudes and cliché mottos.
    It’s a story about not living up to the expectations the world set for you.
    What’s most interesting about Katie is that she’s an athlete that should have had a far more decorated career.
    So what happened?
    Today we explore her storied career, covering the complicated mental and emotional implications of elite performance, as well as the external forces beyond an athlete’s control.
    We dissect the vertigo-inducing success Katie experienced at such a young age. The insane pressure she faced that accompanied high highs, the bitter disappointment she experienced by failing to live up to unreal and unfair expectations, and the process of picking up the pieces and moving forward with life in the wake of dreams unrealized. And of course, the valuable and applicable life lessons extrapolated along the way, which she chronicles in her book, Blueprint: An Olympian’s Story of Striving, Adapting, and Embracing The Suck.
    Katie is an absolute delight and our exchange is littered with gems—big ideas on managing stress, expectations, and knowing when and how to push your limits.
    To read more click here. You can also watch our exchange on YouTube. And as always, the podcast streams wild and free on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
    This was a fun one. I learned a ton, and I know you will too.

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    Connect with Katie: Website | Twitter | InstagramBook: Blueprint: An Olympian’s Story of Striving, Adapting, and Embracing the SuckTeam USA: Katie HoffTeam USA: Olympic swimmer Katie Hoff shares successes and struggles in new memoirTED: Finding Your Relentless Spirit | Katie HoffSwimming W

    • 2 tim. 26 min
    Roll On: Why Balance Is Overrated

    Roll On: Why Balance Is Overrated

    Striving to achieve a ‘balanced life’ on a daily basis sets you up for failure. Approach it instead from a long-term perspective. Aim for self-awareness. Go all-in on what lights you up. Along the way, be gentle with yourself.
    We are here to follow our curiosity, not mercilessly judge ourselves. Awareness is key. Shame is counterproductive.
    Welcome to another edition of ‘Roll On’, wherein myself and Lord of the podcast manor Adam Skolnick wane and wax on philosophical, spiritual, and practical ideas both big and small. Beyond bantering sundry matters of varying interest, we play show and tell, share a few wins of the week, and round it out by answering listener questions deposited on our voicemail at (424) 235-4626.
    Beyond RRP hype-man duties, Adam Skolnick is an activist and journalist best known as David Goggins’ Can’t Hurt Me, co-author. He writes about adventure sports, environmental issues, and civil rights for The New York Times, Outside, ESPN, BBC, and Men’s Health. He is the author of One Breath and is currently awash in his umpteenth draft of an untitled novel—slowly losing his mind in the process.
    Topics explored in today’s conversation include:
    the ultramarathon tragedy in China and why there must be better protocols and oversight in this growing sport;thoughts on Adam Grant’s recent NYT article, There’s a Name for the Blah You’re Feeling: It’s Called Languishing;Rich’s current approach to writing, motivation, and why balance is overrated;SriMu’s Father’s Day Special, 10% off not-cheese boxes for all hard-working dads;Hellah Sidibe’s impressive, history making ultra-run across the United States;an update on the Iron Cowboy’s history-making Conquer 100;Van Neistat’s The Spirited Man series on YouTube;the Malcolm Gladwell vs. Chris Chavez journalist / influencer 1-mile challenge; andthe legacy of Duke KahanamokuIn addition, we answer the following listener questions:
    How do you create time to care for yourself without disappointing others?How do you avoid late-night hunger pangs following a day of rigorous training?What is the best way to transition from road to trail running?Thank you to Sierra (or Ciara) from Kalamazoo, Michigan, Kevin from Northern California, and Ben from Columbus, Ohio for your questions. If you want your query discussed, drop it on our Facebook Page or better yet leave a voicemail at (424) 235-4626.
    To read more click here. You can also watch our exchange on YouTube. And as always, the podcast streams wild and free on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
    Peace + Plants,

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KentGbg ,

True inspiration

I am a late adopter to Podcast listening, but am completely blown away by these interviews. Besides the very great topics and guests, I appreciate how the interviews are conducted. Rich is a great listener and in a very intellectual and experience-based way strikes up the best mind picking ever! And Rich does every interview in a spirit of great humility and appreciation of the perspectives offered by interviewees. In conclusion, a plant-based diet really makes Rich mind brilliant, being so focused, alert and curious, in all his interviews. This effect alone makes me want to go plant-based forever. Thanks for the great work, Rich! You and Julie are truly inspiring.

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Best podcast of all!

This is my favorite podcast! Changed many things in my life in a good way. Keep up the great work!

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