Daniel Aipa wants to help you build a kū body and live a kū life. The goal of The Kū Project Podcast is to share empowering thoughts and stories about bringing more strength and meaning to your life.
Aipa has a curiosity and interest in all things strength. He shares thoughts and interviews guests on their journey of finding strength physically, mentally, and spiritually. It’s a space for talking stories, learning and sharing. Topics range from fitness and health to finances and career advice, and from Hawaiian Culture and spirituality to minimalism and life-hacking - Aipa touches upon all aspects of life that bring more meaning and strength into your life.
Rob Mora - Marathon Training, Fatherhood, and Work Life Balance
In this episode, Daniel Aipa sits down with Rob Mora to catch up on fatherhood and his Marathon Training.
We go over how Rob began running marathons and what made him decide to run a Marathon on each major Hawaiian island in one year. We cover how it's been with balancing training, work, and family especially with the birth of his first child. Enjoy this episode of Hawaii's podcast with Rob Mora and Daniel Aipa
086: Mario Quezada - designing work and life balance
In this episode, Daniel Aipa sits down with Mario Quezada of Made x Maker who's a brand strategist, CrossFit Coach, and most importantly a father and family man.
085: White vs Brown Rice, Butter in your Coffee, and Exercises for Women Only
In this episode, Daniel Aipa, touches upon solid topics such as the ultimate white vs brown rice debate, whether or not you should put butter in your coffee, and a discussion around exercises that are ONLY for women (which there are none).
084: How to Warmup, Intermittent Fasting, Training Paddlers, and Olelo Noeau
In this episode, Daniel Aipa goes into topics around Train, Live, and Be Ku. He shares how to properly approach warming up before a workout, whether or not intermittent fasting is right for you, how he approaches training paddlers, and leaves you with a few thoughts on how to be Ku.
Morning Ritual, Podcast Comeback, Updates, and More
We are making a comeback to the podcast world and wanted to take the time to say "Aloha", give some updates on whatʻs been going on this past year, what Daniel Aipa has been experimenting with and diving into lately, and he shares his morning ritual and thoughts the over complexity of health, fitness, and performance and the need to simplify it all.
Tell your ohana and friends about Hawaiiʻs health and fitness podcast, by Hawaii and for Hawaii. Shoots!
Starting in Strength and Conditioning, Women playing Football, Bringing up Lagging Muscles
Daniel Aipa shares recent news that he came across such as Hawaii's first female QB to throw a touchdown, Alexandria Buchanan, and if women will ever play college football. He answers how he got into strength and conditioning, if he always wanted to be a coach, and how you can bring up lagging muscles.
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Get ready to learn, laugh, and begin you’re own journey to being Kü
Coach Aipa is a great, no nonsense source of fitness knowledge. He’s a grounded, hardworking teacher that genuinely wants to help others achieve their greatest form of overall health, starting with his own community. I have experienced his values and energy first hand as a former collegiate football player under Aipa’s instruction. His growth and determination at Kü Performance in the years since then have been a real inspiration as I have made my way into training in the fitness space. Get ready for a good time and good luck to all.
The best locally produced podcast I’ve come across. Cool and knowledgeable host. Covers a wide variety of topics. And above all else an entertaining listen!
Soul, Body: Be Ku
I started listening for a link to home. I’ve climbed, cycled, martial arts and organized sports (mostly rugby and football). It’s a great match for my life. Hawai’ian spirituality combined with sound PT. This is a gift to us on the mainland. Thank you brother!