This no-nonsense health and wellness show features best-selling authors and thought leaders in nutrition, mental health, relationships, and self-improvement. Each episode also includes listener Q&A. Hosted by yoga trainer, writer, and expert speaker, Lucas Rockwood, the founder of YOGABODY and The Yoga Teachers College.
Understanding Your Bloodwork with Todd Strong
Allopathic medicine is exceptional at treating illness and disease but not great for preventative care. For health-seekers, this means you need to take ownership of your health, ask questions, and request the tests and analysis you need to understand your own body.
But where do you start? On this week’s show, we’ll help you think strategically about getting your bloodwork done and interpreting the results.
Reverse Aging with Lifelong “Play” with Stephen Jepson
Aging starts with the loss of lean muscle and mobility. Next, you notice you’re not sharp as you used to be, and then things accelerate as you become less active, less engaged in the world, and one step closer to the grave.
Our guest on this week’s podcast is in his late 70’s and learning new skills daily, skills that even 20-year-olds find challenging.
Sex Robots & Vegan Meat with Jenny Kleeman
In the next decade, technology won’t just disrupt industries, it will disrupt the moral fabric of society. How do we navigate the complexity of artificial wombs, lab-grown meat, sex robots, and euthanasia? Do you have a firm moral stance on any of these issues? I don’t, and I’m not sure how to resolve these open loops.
On this week’s show, you’ll meet journalist and author, Jenny Kleeman who shares her deep-dive research into morally disruptive technologies.
How to Succeed with Yoga & Fitness At Home with Lucas Rockwood
This week’s podcast is a solo show where I’ll share five tips for success with an at-home yoga or fitness regime based on my 17 years experience.
Is Personality Permanent with Benjamin Hardy
The guest psychologist on this week’s show dispels the myth that personality is fixed and unchangeable, and suggests strategies for creating a new future for who you are, personality-wise, that is not bound by the past.
Fast, Feast, Repeat with Gin Stephens
Enter: time-restricted eating (aka intermittent fasting). The simple practice increasing the break time between your last meal today and your first meal tomorrow can have exciting effects on your hormones, blood sugar, body fat, and overall weight. For most people interested in weight loss, this is the simplest, safest, and easiest place to start - so why not?
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Reverse Aging with life long play
This was very enlightening. The concepts were simple and powerful.
Calm and educated
I recommend either starting at the beginning or end of the long list of podcasts and consider each one. There are so many topics. You would be surprised what turns out to be really interesting. And if not, move on to the next one. I learned about Lucas from his Instagram ad to improve hip mobility. I have been doing Gravity Yoga for my hips since August with him and have seen great improvement. He is so pleasant and friendly.
Really Accessible Health Information
I found Lucas through Instagram a few months ago and I have been through a few of his yoga programs and currently his sugar detox. I love his approachable style. He shares a wide variety of health information (nutrition, supplements, lifestyle, movement, stress reduction) in a very easy to access formats and is offering lots of ideas on how to improve your health, starting wherever you are and building from there. He is non judgmental offering a variety of ideas and hosting a wide array of interesting guests to share their ideas about the latest science has to offer us for improving our health. I always compare the podcasts to my friends and Lucas is the friend you go to when you are not feeling great and you want some practical ideas on what to do right away that will get you back on track towards better health.