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Pushing the limits - the show that gets deep into the psyche of limit pushers. World leading health experts, biohackers, doctors, scientists, Out the box thinkers, elite athletes, social change innovators and high performance experts. Helping you be the best version of yourself that you can be. Cutting to the chase to find out the latest information to optimise your health, fitness, mindset, longevity. Hosted by Professional Adventure Athlete Lisa Tamati, 3 x Author, Documentary Producer, Me ...
 
Jo is pretty savvy when it comes to connecting to audiences large and small. Jo has led strategic communications, marketing, channels and content for organisations in the International & Global Airline industry, Banking, Tourism, Urban Regeneration and Local Government sectors. Jo is an Author and Public Speaker. Creator of Queenie Alice Moon. www.jobrothers.com
 
A detailed insight into the Australian Fitness Industry through the eyes of a 30 year veteran coach, trainer, educator and business owner, Russell Jarrett (M.Ex.Sci), and the guests that he interviews on the show. Fitness industry experts, influencers, movers and shakers. Covering all aspects of fitness, training, nutrition, business, trends, the future of fitness and some of the fakes and frauds as well. It's all about fitness facts, fun, some education, lots of inspiration, with a liberal ...
 
Steven Langenhuizen helps you achieve peak human performance in everyday life. Learn mindset, diet, training and race tactics from the brightest minds and strongest endurance athletes in the world. Steven's interviewed over 100 Professional athletes and loves picking their brains on self-hacks to becoming a peak performing athlete. Steven takes the longevity approach to performance, which is why he invites some of the top cutting-edge health experts on to discuss nutrition, diets, chronic il ...
 
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At least at one point in our lives, we will all experience body pains and headaches. However, did you know that these may be signs of a vitamin deficiency? Around 60-70% of Americans are calcium and magnesium deficient. We may be vitamin deficient and not even notice it! That's why it's vital to be tracking biometric markers. Tracking biometric mar…
 
How to develop mental toughness for sport business and life Developing mental toughness is an underrated skill in, not only sport performance, but in business and for overcoming life's many challenges and obstacles. With the right mindset and approach you can achieve more than you ever thought possible. Professional adventure athlete Lisa Tamati wh…
 
Getting a disease is inevitable; no one is exempt from it. Some people are fortunate enough to be cured of their illnesses. However, some diseases and conditions do not have cures, such as cancer. In a pandemic-stricken world, a deeper understanding of our immune system is crucial now more than ever. The body's immune system is the body's primary d…
 
So much about the world remains unknown. What lies in the ocean’s depths, the composition of outer space, life after COVID — these are all questions yet to be answered. However, we can discover different solutions for many unresolved problems using critical thinking. We need to stop looking for answers today and look forward; we need to seek the ar…
 
Dr. Sherr believes that Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) -- the administration of 100% oxygen at greater than atmospheric pressure -- is one of the most powerful ways to decreasing inflammation, accelerate wound healing, and optimise both physical and mental performance. He is one of the few HBOT providers in the USA that creates personalised treat…
 
Cancer treatments in modern medicine often have long-lasting and harmful side effects. While modern treatments like chemotherapy can be useful in some cases, not all cancer patients need to — or should — resort to it. When cancers aggressively develop, patients are often told how many weeks they have left to live. Why is this the case when there is…
 
In today’s modern world, we have seen numerous advances and progresses in the medical sciences each day. There is an even high demand for non-invasive procedures to maintain physical and mental health. In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Lew Lim as he talks about photobiomodulation (PBM). He shares his journey in studying and inventing this thera…
 
How well do you think you’re managing your stress? If you work in a fast-paced environment, this can be difficult. We tend to power through our tasks and stress, but this can lead to burnout in the long run. Burnout can then result in anxiety and depression that can make it even harder to deal with stress. Stop the cycle by going back to the basics…
 
Becoming a championship medalist — or an Olympic medalist — is an ambitious goal that many athletes dream of. But are we training the right way? In reality, training to be an Olympic runner is more than just stretching your physical limits; it's also about your recovery, mental strength, environment and so much more. In this episode, famed Olympic …
 
Even the most resilient and strongest individuals are not safe from the bone-deep exhaustion that cancer can bring. Treatment protocols will vary depending on a patient’s condition, but they may cause fatigue. While it takes an average of 17 years for medical research to reach clinical practice, it is beyond doubt that there are now better ways to …
 
We deal with a lot of stress every day. From balancing our responsibilities to merely reading the news, stress is an inevitable part of life. But contrary to popular belief, stress isn’t always the enemy. A healthy amount of stress allows us to grow more resilient to tougher conditions. Too much stress, however, can lead to the downfall of our well…
 
We often associate illnesses and pains with old age. But our guest today reveals that the real cause of health problems is how you’ve lived your life. Accumulated amounts of stress can change our bodies down to the cellular level. Luckily, scientific discoveries such as peptide therapy can help our cells function better. Age is not the issue. If yo…
 
Our hormones affect almost every aspect of your body. Mood, metabolism and many physical processes are all governed by hormones. However, you might not recognise just how unique you are genetically. Our genetic profile and predisposition to certain hormones impact our daily lives more than we think it does. Learning more about ourselves can drastic…
 
Your hormones play a big role in how your body functions. And so, hormone imbalance signs can cause health issues. Many women live hectic lives and forget to adequately take care of themselves, leading to imbalances in their estrogen levels. Unfortunately, conventional medicine seems to focus on invasive solutions without addressing the root causes…
 
We are regularly exposed to toxic heavy metals, from uranium used in war weapons to lead in our food, burning coal and even vaccines. Exposure to these toxins leads to a lot of fatal diseases, such as cancer. How does our detox system flush them out, and what is the role of amino acids in it? Dr David Minkoff joins us in this episode to explain how…
 
Losing someone we love is one of the most painful experiences we all have to go through. While we all grieve differently, and some people find it hard to heal even after years have passed. As they relive the suffering day by day, they forget that they have a whole life ahead of them. But at one point, you have to unburden yourself from this feeling…
 
‘Learn to live with your pain.’ How many times have you heard this statement? For people with chronic pain, this is common but unhelpful advice. Pain is more than just mechanical damage. Context and the expectations you have around it play a significant role in how you experience pain. Remember, it’s possible to recover from pain. But you must be a…
 
Many popular diets and exercise crazes assume that they're going to work on everyone who tries them. However, every human being is unique. Health isn't one-size-fits-all. What works for one person may not work for you — it might even be detrimental! That's why we need to personalise our health programs to suit different body types. Dr Cam McDonald …
 
Dr Thomas Levy is a cardiologist and a lawyer and author of more than 13 books including his latest "Rapid Virus Recovery." In this podcast, we discuss ways to boost our immunity and protect ourselves from viruses. Our bodies are more capable than we think. If it has the correct nutrients, the human body can simultaneously recover from viruses and/…
 
Do you ever pay much attention to your feet? Our feet are our first point of contact with the ground, and we walk around on them all day. But most people just wear shoes and call it a day. And if you’re a runner, then all the more reason to maintain good foot health! So how do we take care of our feet? Dave Liow, an exercise physiologist and holist…
 
Are you facing an obstacle that you fear you can’t overcome, or a milestone you can’t seem to reach? Don’t let this emotion trap you; everyone experiences difficulties when starting something new. Face the challenge head-on! Conquering will make you stronger. And what better way to challenge yourself than by running a marathon? This week, Angie and…
 
Fear can be debilitating. It's natural that we all experience fear and it's part of being human but if we don't want to be limited in our potential by fear, if we want to push outside our existing boundaries and expand our horizons and if we want to to be high performance and to bring our best when it counts then it pays to learn the strategies you…
 
In our fast-paced world, everyone feels pressured to be the best and to do their best. It's easy to succumb to worry and anxiety during this time. This week, a superstar athlete encourages us to reframe pressure as an opportunity. You may not be involved in the sports world, but you can still learn from it. For our guest, overcoming high-pressure s…
 
When we optimise our performance, we usually think of the basics of training, sleep, and food. Yet, we often miss one important aspect: breathing. If you have ever felt brain fog, a racing mind or insomnia, breathing may be the solution you need. In this episode, Patrick McKeown joins us to explain how mouth breathing can harm our health and perfor…
 
Mark Divine is an entrepreneur, New York Times best-selling author, philanthropist, and one of the world’s top leadership and coaching experts. After a successful 20 year career as a Navy SEAL and SEAL Commander, Mark was hired by the Navy to create a nationwide coaching and leadership program for the SEALs. The bold goal of this program was to giv…
 
Cam has a long and distinguished career in elite Strength and Conditioning and also business. After stints in elite soccer and elite AFL, he turned his diverse skill set to private enterprise and in 2017, BFT was born. This is a deep dive into his mindset, skillset, attitude, and application of self to steer his company through 2 years of turmoil a…
 
When was the last time you got up and ran? Simply jogging around the neighbourhood during the weekends to keep fit may be daunting for some. Now, imagine the sheer amount of dedication, endurance, and resilience ultramarathoning requires. This type of long-distance running is an activity that tests the limits of human endurance. You might think run…
 
Australian Fitness Podcast regular, Jay Ferruggia is back. Love this guy's attitude, energy, outlook, and pure desire to win the day. We went over some training stuff, life stuff, personal development stuff and we hope some of that ‘stuff’ is something you can use. Thanks once again to the Transformation King - @jayferruggia. Jay has worked at the …
 
Goal Setting, we all know and are told almost daily to set your goals, if you don't have goals to aim for you won't have a chance of hitting them. Ok, but what next. How do we break down huge hairy audacious goals into bite size pieces, what are SMART goals, how does our brains RAS filter work, how do we stay motivated when the going gets tough. Ne…
 
How do you handle stressful situations? Everyone’s built a little different — some people can take their hits on the chin and come out smiling. But not everyone can take those hits. The pandemic has taken its mental toll on so many people. Others might still be struggling with past traumas and dealing with anxiety. Their situation keeps them in a s…
 
Lisa interviews one of her athletes from our Running Hot Coaching Tribe, Matt Scrafton. Matt joined Running Hot with the goal to run a 100km trail race at Taupo in New Zealand. Previously he had successfully run a couple of 50km events and really wanted to push himself but as a Dad, husband and having a full on career he wanted to do this challenge…
 
AUSTRALIAN FITNESS PODCAST EPISODE #64 - Luka Hocevar, The Legit Entrepreneur Many people, too many, describe themselves as entrepreneurs. Unless you have started something....a business, a product, a service, literally from an idea formulated in your own brain and built it from the ground up to be a legitimate source of income and furthermore a sa…
 
AUSTRALIAN FITNESS PODCAST #EPISODE #63 - The Goldilocks Zone of Exercise (Part 2) Craig Harper - THE YOU PROJECT and I catch up again to talk about the importance of Optimising your Workout, which involves a number of different elements, attitude, application, consistency, design, technique, and more. Craig and I have been good friends for nearly …
 
AUSTRALIAN FITNESS PODCAST #EPISODE #62 and #63 Craig Harper - THE YOU PROJECT and I catch up again to talk about the importance of Optimising your Workout, which involves a number of different elements, attitude, application, consistency, design, technique, and more. Craig and I have been good friends for nearly 30 years, we’ve worked together, ow…
 
We are living through multiple crises. Not only are we going through the COVID-19 pandemic, but there is also a hidden epidemic going on. Over the years, people have become more obese. In 2013, only 34% of our population was within a healthy BMI range, and this statistic is falling exponentially over the years. We need to take action now because ob…
 
In this episode Run Coaches Lisa Tamati and Neil Wagstaff look at the structure of a good run training system. The many elements of a holistic program - run sessions, skills and drills, mobility and flexibility work, strength work, sleep and recovery, nutrition and supplementation and mindset. They look at the benefits of video analysis and when to…
 
If you want to work towards success, you need to start living a life that’s indistractable. We know we need to be focused. Yet, how many times a day do you get distracted from doing your most important work? It's easy to get sucked into hours of scrolling through social media or mindlessly skipping channels. These external triggers often take the b…
 
In today's episode Lisa's talks about the two minds. The conscious mid and the Subconscious mind. The subconscious mind can process 20 000 000 bits of info per second. The conscious mind can only process 40 bits of info/sec. So the subconscious mind can process 500 000 time more what the conscious mind is able to. This information has powerful impl…
 
As the saying goes, trust your gut — and this isn’t only figuratively. One of the most overlooked aspects of health is our digestive system. We tend to ignore and underestimate the symptoms we experience around our gut. But with its link to our brains, our guts play a much more significant role in our overall health. The simple act of eating health…
 
It's the clear liquid that surrounds the cells of your body. Except for cartilage, nails, and hair, your entire body is bathed in lymph. You are literally swimming in lymphatic fluid, so its nickname is the Body Aquarium. If you have a chronic pain or illness like Lyme, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue, IBS, Crohn's Disease, etc., you will have a lymp…
 
Brett Turley has had one very productive and extreme life. As a teenager, he entered the military and eventually wound up as a dog handler in Bomb Detection, with two tours of Afghanistan. Following that life, he entered the Fitness Industry and worked for some time as a PT. Now, he’s running his world online and working in the Corporate space afte…
 
Health optimisation often involves a good diet, sleep, and exercise. But do we know how to implement practices that are compatible with our bodies? For some people, intense exercise can lead to more oxidative stress and inflammation! Not only that, some of us take medication and pills to treat pain and hormones, but are these really helping? Small …
 
Lisa deep dives into your top rules to live by to achieve your dreams, visions and goals, to integrate into your psyche. They are a blueprint for achieving what you want in life on your terms. Learn why failure is only a feedback loop, why the naysayers in life can be the biggest blessings you have on your road to success. Why you should never subo…
 
.You’ve most likely experienced pain at least once in your life. When you visit a medical doctor for pain relief, they might prescribe you painkillers. Similar to other traditional medical programs, you would find that this is passive. This is because your clinician is trained to treat the pain as a symptom rather than target the underlying cause o…
 
BRODIE SHARPE is a Melbourne based physiotherapist who specialises in training and treating runners. He has an incredible knowledge base on all thing running and how to build strength to avoid the most common injuries, how to recover if you are injured and much more You can find Brodie's podcast on all your favourite podcast apps, his show is title…
 
How can we hack the human body to reach its full potential — and beyond? Right now, we can't stop aging. However, we can slow it down by optimising our health to lead long and fulfilling lives. One day, we may even be able to age backwards. Through biohacking, we can use the latest medical research to our body's advantage. Dave Asprey, the Father o…
 
I asked him 10 questions, and he was only allowed to speak for 3 minutes on each one. He was under pressure, but as always produced concise, common sense and useable answers. The questions were; Why do (some) people still feel intimidated by regular gyms, and where are we getting it wrong? Do Superfoods really exist? The best 6 exercises for buildi…
 
I think I spoke about 50 words during the whole show, I was simply enthralled. Enjoy this remarkable human talk about her remarkable life - thus far. Lisa Tamati is one helluva lady. I initially wanted to talk to her about her 25-year career in Ultramarathon running, but like many good Podcasts, it went in all sorts of directions, including how she…
 
We live in a fast-paced world, with more everyday demands. And we know that we need good health to keep up. Nutrition, exercise, and mindfulness are often hailed as important pillars. However, there is something even more fundamental for better health—sleep. Sleep ensures we can actually perform. With better sleep, we’ll be living better lives. But…
 
Dr Paul Wood has had a very colourful life. At age 18 and having just lost his mum he was on a path for disaster, a drug addict and entrenched already in a criminal underworld. One night a drug dealer tried to molest him and the young Paul reacted violently and caused the death of this man. He had just days before lost his mother and had been the v…
 
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