Rates of anxiety and depression are up among school-aged children and teens, but why? Research shows it stems from the feeling of a lack of control. How can we, as parents, better prepare our children for the many decisions they'll need to make throughout life, and help them cope with their anxiety.
Robert Santana is a Starting Strength Coach and a Registered Dietitian who currently trains clients out of the Revolution Training Systems in Tempe, AZ.Brett and Robert get deep into the weeds of macronutrients, how we should eat to lose weight, and what our diet/exercise regimen should look like if we're trying to gain muscle.
Recent surveys have shown that rates of anxiety are up, especially among young people. What’s going on? And if you’re someone of any age who struggles with anxiety, what can you do about it?Kevin Ashworth is the clinical director at the NW Anxiety Institute. Kevin and Brett discuss the difference between regular worrying and
Your network is your net worth. What are you doing to maintain yours? How should we go about staying in touch with people? Because someday, that network might really come in handy - like it did for Jordan.
Back again.. everyone's favorite scientist, Dr. Rhonda Patrick.Brett and Rhonda discuss micronutrients: what they are, what they do, and why we’re not getting enough of them. They then dig dig into her research into nutritional genomics, or how genes affect how your body processes nutrients. The conversation concludes discussing how stressing yourself with cold
When you study for a test or you’re trying to learn a new skill, what’s your typical approach? If you’re like most people, you might repeat facts over and over again or do the same task over and over again until you can do it in your sleep. While these brute force tactics might make
7/10 microphones Listen to the Podcast, Find Mr. Money Mustache at his website How to retire at 30 by just mainly spending less, AKA “Financial Baddassery” Change your mindset/goals: Mr. Mustache focused on retiring by 30 to spend time with kids Saved through 20’s by earning 2 incomes, spending <50% of post-tax income, paid off