50 episodes

The Caveman Poet Society, co-hosted by former NFL players Eben Britton and Nate Jackson, offers riveting insight into surviving and thriving as a professional athlete. Through revealing interviews with athletes, doctors, and experts, we tackle the challenges of healing and rebirth that confront all of us. Come with us on a journey through the highs, lows and the unconventional paths of a purposeful life.

Caveman Poet Society Eben Britton and Nathan Jackson

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9, 31 Ratings

The Caveman Poet Society, co-hosted by former NFL players Eben Britton and Nate Jackson, offers riveting insight into surviving and thriving as a professional athlete. Through revealing interviews with athletes, doctors, and experts, we tackle the challenges of healing and rebirth that confront all of us. Come with us on a journey through the highs, lows and the unconventional paths of a purposeful life.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
31 Ratings

31 Ratings

Neely79 ,

Vitam Impendere Vero

These men speak about seeking the truTh. And the truTh shall set you free. Don’t believe me? Let your heart guide you and select any podcast and give it a try. All you have to lose is the truTh.

Krazy Indian ,

Finally!

Been waiting for someone who understand my world! Keep GRINDING!

Deacon_Dan_W ,

A Very Important Conversation

Nate and Eben have created a space for all of us who played competitive sports to come together, to share our stories, and to connect with others who have had similar experiences. It is a community of recovering athletes. It is a community that is desperately needed and, thankfully, now exists.

Including spirituality, cannabis, holistic health, and healing is a significant piece of their work. This podcast dives into the dark places of athletic competition, of “corporate sports,” of injury and rehabilitation, and it leads listeners back into the light with wisdom, with experience, with love, and with compassion.

Nate and Eben have opened up the door for all of us who have played the games we love, and who have experienced the loss that comes with the end of our playing days, to reconnect with the games we loved and with people like us who gave so much to compete.

Spread the word! This is good stuff!

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