The Inspiring Lives Podcast looks inside the minds of some of the world’s foremost thought leaders.
We interview top health experts, nutritionists, entrepreneurs, athletes and professionals who are pushing their personal boundaries and living truly inspired lives.
Learn how their struggles, successes and failures have helped to shaped their own views and discover key insights that can help you live a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life today.
David Putrino: Leveraging Technology and Embracing Possibility To Improve Lives & Performance
David Putrino, is a physical therapist, a PhD in neuroscience, and he studied computational neuroscience at Harvard Medical School, MIT, and NYU. David is a guy who loves to take on and find solutions to the most challenging and complex problems by bridging the gap between professional athlete care and stroke patients and general medical care.He also works with the guys at the Not Impossible Labs and is seen working with many leaders in sports performance, including frequent collaboration with the high performance division at Red Bull. David's research has been featured in multiple media outlets, including the ABC, Sports Illustrated, The Wall Street Journal, BBC, Time, Wired, and The LA Times. David has spoken on the TEDx stage and most recently was awarded the Global Australian Of the Year.
John Romaniello: Finding beauty in Adversity
John Romaniello is an author, angel investor, media personality, and consultant who helps entrepreneurs improve communication skills and increase revenue through writing.
Well-known across multiple industries, John is one of the most highly regarded experts in the fitness industry and hundreds of articles covering topics from business and marketing to fitness and self-development, in publications from Men’s Health to Fast Company. He’s also the author of the New York Times bestseller, Engineering the Alpha.
Today we have a vulnerable conversation with John about finding beauty in adversity and how he leant into fitness to create an alter ego and psychology that moved him towards living out a different story.
Karl Egloff: Planning for Everest, Comfort Zones & Risk
Karl Egloff is a Swiss-Ecuadorian athlete, Mountaineer, cyclist and mountain guide who is best known for his speed ascents of the highest mountains in the world, including the Seven Summits. In this episode, we're venturing into the world of FKTs, Fastest Known Times for mountain ascents. Karl Egloff is a mountain guide who was virtually unknown outside his home in Ecuador until 2014 when he set the FKT for running up and down Kilimanjaro in Africa. Now, the previous record was held by a legend of the sport Kilian Jornet, and since that time Karl has broken two more records of Kilian, including the recent ascent and decent record on the mountain of Denali.
Eric Cressey: Driving Performance in Coaching, Athletes and Business
Eric Cressey is a highly sought-after coach for athletes at all levels, from juniors in youth sport, right through to the professionals, and the Olympic ranks. He's essentially the go to guy for anyone that wants to achieve at their highest level of performance. Eric is perhaps best known for his extensive work with baseball players, with more than one hundred professional players, traveling to train with him at his off-sites during the off season. An accomplished author, Eric has authored over 500 published articles and is a competitive powerlifter, holding several state, national and world records.
Erica Liu Williams: Being Bold and Doing Something Different
Erica Liu Williams, founder and head chef of gr8nola, is a former Olympic Trials and Stanford swimmer who ditched the tech industry to start her own granola brand. Super passionate about health, wellness & fitness, she set out to create a palatable snack that was healthy and not full of artificial sugars. The result, gr8nola, now a thriving brand that is available in the kitchen of some of the highest profile brands in the world, like Facebook, Twitter, Uber, Square, Dropbox, Google and more. Her story is inspiring and a great reminder that if you lean-in, anything is possible.
Almost 30: Vulnerability, Community, and Self-Awareness
Almost 30 is a top-rated lifestyle podcast, brand, and community brought to life by LA-based best friends, Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik. The community and podcast dive into subjects such as wellness, entrepreneurship, spirituality, self-development, relationships, and more. Krista and Lindsey are also known for creating authentic moments that are real and raw. With over 12 million downloads, their podcast has reached more than 150 countries and now includes live events that attract over 2,000 attendees.
I thought I would give it a listen because I just started using athletic greens. Wow, lots of valuable content!
great series of self improvement interviews
great series of interviews with some excellent thought leaders in different fields
Great podcast with interesting guests who have overcome serious challenges through getting their minds right.