1 hr 36 min

(ENG) #46 - Austin Haedicke - The Mindset of a Warrior: Training, Discipline, Sacrifice as Preconditions for Freedom and Growth Sapien's Playground - Medicine, Psychology, Truth Seeking and Fascinating Experiences

    • Health & Fitness

Welcome everyone to Sapien's Playground! I am very pleased to have Austin Haedicke, @savagezen, on my podcast today. He currently holds a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and has also trained within the SPEAR System.  In addition to being a licensed professional counselor in the State of Georgia (#LPC011834), Austin is also a certified nutrition coach with Precision Nutrition (PN1) and an Eagle Scout (2006).

He has been practicing and researching a "carnivore" diet since February 2020 (screenshots | data).  In 2012 Austin earned his Master's Degree in Psychology at the University of West Georgia where he was also honored with the Mike Arons Award (named after the department's founder).  As we proceeded in our discussion on Austin's training journey, he told that he used to compete in indoor rock climbing, having amassed hundreds of outdoor pitch ascents,  bouldered V6+ and traditional climbed 5.10c.  Many moons ago Austin also competed in boxing and mixed martial arts. Now, he enjoys coaching  and assisting with law enforcement defensive tactics and civilian  self-defense / preparedness instruction.  He also has a few archived and not well maintained open source projects on GitLab. 

Having been an athlete for almost a decade, having gone through multiple injuries, while certainly having also had the chance to celebrate a number of successes over the course of his training career in close combination with his acquired knowledge from his philosophical and psychological studies Austin came to realize a whole bunch of crucial lessons, many of which carry along profound wisdom. In that spirit, we discussed, among many other equally intriguing topics, the necessity for sacrifice and discipline as a precondition for real freedom and genuine growth, what we can learn from children as adults, the mindset of a real warrior, and more. Unfortunately we didn't have sufficient time to chat about Austin's views on diet and other controversial aspects of health, which is another great reason to look forward to having him back a second time! 

I learned a lot from having this conversation and I am sure that you will find it equally enlightening. Enjoy listenting!

Please share, like and leave a review if you found this helpful!



Austin's LinkTree with all important links and information: https://linktr.ee/savagezen 

Follow Austin @savagezen on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/savagezen/

Learn more on his website: https://www.savagezen.co/



Find me on Insta: https://www.instagram.com/monky_caliplayground/

More free stuff (books, videos and PDFs): https://linktr.ee/sapien_health

You can text me at sapiens.playground@web.de for podcast inquiries or any questions you have.

Welcome everyone to Sapien's Playground! I am very pleased to have Austin Haedicke, @savagezen, on my podcast today. He currently holds a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and has also trained within the SPEAR System.  In addition to being a licensed professional counselor in the State of Georgia (#LPC011834), Austin is also a certified nutrition coach with Precision Nutrition (PN1) and an Eagle Scout (2006).

He has been practicing and researching a "carnivore" diet since February 2020 (screenshots | data).  In 2012 Austin earned his Master's Degree in Psychology at the University of West Georgia where he was also honored with the Mike Arons Award (named after the department's founder).  As we proceeded in our discussion on Austin's training journey, he told that he used to compete in indoor rock climbing, having amassed hundreds of outdoor pitch ascents,  bouldered V6+ and traditional climbed 5.10c.  Many moons ago Austin also competed in boxing and mixed martial arts. Now, he enjoys coaching  and assisting with law enforcement defensive tactics and civilian  self-defense / preparedness instruction.  He also has a few archived and not well maintained open source projects on GitLab. 

Having been an athlete for almost a decade, having gone through multiple injuries, while certainly having also had the chance to celebrate a number of successes over the course of his training career in close combination with his acquired knowledge from his philosophical and psychological studies Austin came to realize a whole bunch of crucial lessons, many of which carry along profound wisdom. In that spirit, we discussed, among many other equally intriguing topics, the necessity for sacrifice and discipline as a precondition for real freedom and genuine growth, what we can learn from children as adults, the mindset of a real warrior, and more. Unfortunately we didn't have sufficient time to chat about Austin's views on diet and other controversial aspects of health, which is another great reason to look forward to having him back a second time! 

I learned a lot from having this conversation and I am sure that you will find it equally enlightening. Enjoy listenting!

Please share, like and leave a review if you found this helpful!



Austin's LinkTree with all important links and information: https://linktr.ee/savagezen 

Follow Austin @savagezen on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/savagezen/

Learn more on his website: https://www.savagezen.co/



Find me on Insta: https://www.instagram.com/monky_caliplayground/

More free stuff (books, videos and PDFs): https://linktr.ee/sapien_health

You can text me at sapiens.playground@web.de for podcast inquiries or any questions you have.

1 hr 36 min

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