17 Burst results for "Kyle Kingsbury"

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"I, I wanted to talk to feel right now. Like what the fuck got the hoes ready though there is people are playing drums and everyone's dancing around naked on the fire was a great experience. So anyway, so then I get on my bike, hop bike, walking around, and then I'm starting to kind of not. I don't have any by any means, but I just like man, like I thought by now I'd you just happen to run into people. And so I figured at this point, like someone's gonna be like, Livia, where have you been? You know. Got you. Here you are like it wasn't happening. I'm like, okay, it's not happening. You're so. It just didn't happen. So, but then I look up and the post office is right in front of me when I had my Mon of stopping. So I'm like, this is a sign frosty told me. So right myself of this card and I had to stop. I had to stop. So I go, I parked my bike and then I go. And I'm like, Hello. Frosty. The snowman told me that I need to write myself postcard and like this dude is like Frosties my brother. He's. Everybody knows one. MS Playa and like the one, you know, the one to frosty the snowman was the one who count to me to tell me to write me a postcard. I just like all. I just believe in synchronicity and just shoot freaks me out. Love and I'm like, God. The universe is so great. And I just feel like this is where I'm supposed to be right now. So so then I read myself postcard. I got it since I got a couple of days ago. And I mean not full senses whatsoever. I knew when I. He started writing. I'm like, okay, I don't know if I could actually fully form sentence right now, but I'm going to express whatever I feel. So when you read it, what you like? Oh no, it's it's really cute and it came from my heart. I know what I was thinking. I could take myself back to that place, but it was just bring it. I know I'll maybe I'll post it on. We'll let you that's for you that you personally, I have one more burning man question of my best friend, Kyle Kingsbury was there with his wife. Can you tell me what that guy's drug cocktail was like? Oh, wow. So if you take just for the people out there that don't know who Kingsbury is he is the director of human optimisation at on it. That's his real title. He's a former UFC fighter. He's like six, six to fifty. He's huge. And the most Jack dude I've ever seen. He looks like the mountain from game of thrones. Yeah, he's he's more shredded than the mountain. He's he's a freak and you start rocks with him? Yeah. We stacked rocks once on video, and he also likes. Drugs? Yeah. Well, recently he fought a guy while peaking on mushrooms in an actual boxing match. It's man shit, right? That was really something, but tell me like you told me that Kingsbury the children will talk about the Wasco stuff in a minute to Kingsbury was a part of that, but tell me what the Kingsbury family is like at burning man, they're fucking warriors. The two of them and in tasha his wife is much smaller than I am. She's probably like five one, five to one hundred and fifteen pounds, like tiny little thing..

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Short Story Long

"A lot of books on the ketogenic diet has spend marxists and so people have questions about that i usually referred to that book complete guide to fasting but dr jason fung jimmy more excellent resource on that but as far as cold like getting into breath work getting into cold training yoga things like that women off method at whim hof method dot com it's a day to a ten week online course i think it's only a couple of hundred bucks but that was a fucking game changer for me really absolute game changer and it's only one form breath work but it's it's a pretty important one yeah you know and there's a lot of scientists supports what he's doing now they're studying they studied him in europe they're studying at harvard now and they just you know literally scratching the tip of the iceberg with this guy he's he's moving allot of making a lot of waves when it guys out that i got to that because i've listened to those podcasts and stuff like that and it's it's been fascinated by never dove into it and it's just like everyone that talks about it that has really done it has been changed by yeah completely there's only so many times you can hear that when you're like okay not doing something man how interesting what where do you see going from here like you see just continuing to like explore and to better everything that you're doing me like i said you you feel like you're going to be on it for a long time right yeah there's no doubt about that you know the more podcasts you do the more you learn from these great people and it kinda lines shit up you know you meet a great guy and they plant three more seeds i was hanging with cal tiernan news a big wave surfer and environmentalist and he connected me with ton of great guys you know and and you know and i've done the same for him and it and just kind of works that way and continue to learn continue to grow and then really like paul check told me this too because he saw these books on my desk he's like the guy who reads everything in applies nothing is the smartest guy in the room that hasn't done shit it means nothing right you haven't if you don't ground that into your experience it's not real wisdom you know so it's it's applying these things seeing what sticks that really matters to me and then sharing that as much as possible you know i think that's that's the direction i'm heading and you know continue to do that with all things with different types of training different supplements that we can create news and certainly different forms of meditation breath work and in that connects us to our bodies that we can really feel and certainly the thing that i found that people enjoy the most because everyone's fucking pressed for time you know what can i fit into a five minute window that'll actually help me that feel you know and i think that's where breath work really stands out this is a big like powerful ending in question if you could like you've evolved through so many different stages and learn so much stuff literally essentially learn for a living now if you could go back and tell that younger version of yourself that was fighting and you know whatever if you could tell yourself anything to kind of take the edge off or not you know make things a little bit easier what would you tell that version of yourself.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Know that came from an eye wasco ceremony did right after i retired from fighting and it showed me this parallel of how i would fight is i would be perfectly cleaned for eight weeks no alcohol no drugs meditate everyday read not even want shady tv and then i'd fight and after the fight is like i've been a good boy for eight weeks let's celebrate drink do blow fucking eat bad food and and watch shitty tv not meditate once not read them book you know and it showed me that parallel and i could feel it in my body the difference in how i felt it would shift from i feel like fucking kong or hercules or fill in the blank to feel miserable and sick and i can't move like it would draw back and forth in it did it enough where i was like okay i fucking get it i get it i don't need to fight the live in a way that serves me you know and then from there there's a cool hashtag from quest nutrition cheat clean and that stuck with me because it's like yeah man i can make my own fucking ice cream with coconut cream yeah i can do different things that are that have been official for me so i don't feel like missing out on life i mean even alcohol we interviewed this guy todd white the ceo of dry farm wines have you heard of them there's a ton of people in health and wellness that support these guys rob wolf dr kirk parsley dollar augustino like guys that i look up to that i want to interview or have interviewed and it's an all organic wine and it's there's there's no added chemicals nothing in it and so you the the thing is you can drink this one and not be hung over does it work it fuck it works really i'd read about it i was like i'm not a big wine guy and you know wasted on i got fucked up i push push the envelope with that you know and i was great the next day you know and i and it's different now with the kid or kids three is a baller light ball energy and six am i gotta be on point they can't be hung over it can be a piece of shit it's like argh watch ipad or do this thing hanging out with yourself you gotta show up as dad and that's been a big determined also for me to really you know i like pushing the envelope with plants and things like that certainly like when we go to the amazon next month my family be watching our son so i don't have to worry about that i can kind of check out and push push the envelope there but when it comes to all these other things that daily practices of like all right you know i want to celebrate tonight we're at a wedding like there's a right way and a wrong way to do everything so figuring out what that looks like i think that's been the thing that's most desirable for me right yeah do you still do any sort of cheat did you have a cheat schedule or it's just based around whatever circumstances i think minnesotan spot like we're here in la on my hit vetoes sometime on this trip this is my favorite fucking pizza on earth and you know i'll deal with that but i mean for the most part i don't do when she meal a week i don't do you know people have this eighty twenty rule i think that's crap because that ends up becoming like clean all day i'll have a bad dinner you know and that doesn't work that doesn't work that's how you get fat and really i feel it with inflammation in my body like all the old injuries come back when like shifts interesting and that's.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Know tai chi you know paul check was big on that he taught me these really dumbed down versions of taichi and she gone and he has us at the end of his book that was one of the books referring to her i was like fuck all that i don't need to read that it's in how to eat move and be healthy by paul check which is an excellent book i recommend a lot of people but at the end of that he goes through these different zone exercises which is like a breath work squat you exhale going down on the squad you inhale coming back up you do that for long enough you fucking feel different you know like off says feeling is believing like when you start to shift yourself internally and you can feel the difference i gravitate towards stuff like that you know and it's quicker it's much quicker so at least once a day or doing something like at least once a day and if i can trickle it in like like pablo tatsu and talks about that greasy in the groove you don't have an hour for your workout do ten pushups every hour on the hour at the end of the day you got one hundred push ups yeah right so that builds strength that trains the brain to the muscle will the same thing applies to meditation same thing applies to breath work the same thing applies it's too hot and cold therapies which is something i've been getting into as a recent so you do like the cold shower cold plunge i'm i'm little past the cold shower got into the whim off beth after hearing him on rogan's in tim ferriss show in doesn't training out here in malibu with gabby riessen laird hamilton and they're big into the contrast but i was spending like forty to sixty bucks a day on ice in that ended up quick enough yeah in in like a horse trough that i got on amazon and kelly stirrat who wrote becoming sup leopard he's been a good friend fantastic book on mobility he's dolled in all this he actually got me in with the people that expertise with gabby and layered and he was like dude by chest freezer like a meat freezer he'd put extra meet in from a hunt you fill it full of water epsom salt and hydrogen peroxide and you land that you only got to plug it in three days a week and it stays unique thirty and fifty degrees problem solved i've got an ice bath that i can use every single day and it costs next to nothing what a hack yeah it's the best and everyone does that now ben greenfield's into that like a lot of people that i follow in whether it's the biohacking or health and wellness or even from the meditation standpoint with this awesome guy on the show luke story who's out in la and luke superdome dan on that stuff but he's got different methods for the cold bath but everyone's doing that it's five hundred bucks so it's a little investment but if you compare that to a five thousand dollar sauna yeah it's a tenth of the price in the benefits are everywhere like it burns fat tremendously fair stuck by that in the four hour body so if your goal is weight loss that's an excellent way to lose fat changes the neuro chemistry in your brain you feel different coming out of it gives you.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Professional athlete that's shit that i cared about so i have that whole new new area to push towards supplement wise but but it's much bigger than a supplement company you know obviously we make kettlebells and things like that but it's a brand that wants to move the needle on everything that optimizes you you know like how can we live a little bit better each day than we did the day previous and when you think about that that's all the fucking things that's that's health and wellness the physical that your mental emotional and it is something spiritual it is you know what happens in these plants are ceremonies you know and i think that's really cool to be a part of something where it's not just like yeah you can say that it's like no dude we're fucking down like i'm going with aubrey and my wife and a bunch of people to don howard spot in peru at the end of next month for watch huma within what schumer is san pedro cactus it's similar to pay otani but it's the south american version and yeah you know i've never done it before so i can't speak on it too much but i i like to refer people to the podcasts that don howard did with aubrey marcus marcus podcast you really dives deep on it something i've wanted to experience for a long time we'll get to do three three ceremonies every other day there for that and then followed up by villca which is completely out of body like on the death and rebirth yes it's a powder you snort out of a three thousand year old shaman's finger and giant abalone shell it's got an indian t five am tea and before turning all psychedelic and yeah you and it's forty five forty five minutes to an hour at the tail end of this what schumer trip but it's fucking blast off so that will be i'm sure we'll podcast about that and then you have we're going to have to that is still freaking cool and do you feel now like your like in the ultimate sort of home on the right path like found the right spot everything's spoken clicking as heels lane it's cool too because like when i first got to on it having just lost my job the way that i did there was panic you know i wanted to i had a show everybody how good i am i got a fucking hit the ground running it'd be the best and i'm drinking a half half a coffee day i'm trying to schedule everything schedule meditation at this time that kind of thing and it all sucked meditation sucked when you're just trying to fuck and cram it in cross your schedule yeah just check off all the boxes that kinda shit and went out to spirit ranch is obvious get away in sedona and they do this caffeine detox for six days and you're out in the mountains and the energy there's palpable like you feel it and i just realized like this there was so much deep piece that started crying i realized like i haven't felt that invoke in months and like you can't you can't get yourself jacked on stimulants natural or not and then think you're going to meditate your way back to baseline like there's a you just can't get back down that far right so having that really dowd me in and i realize the importance of that the importance of that piece to find the piece of the equation for finding enterpise for being able to touch that piece at least once every day you know how do you do that now how'd you apply that i've got so many fucking methods that i love i don't stick to one every day you know sometimes they'll do the traditional forty five minutes to an hour in the dark room the ones that i've really gravitated towards recently are the things that i can do quickly that will shift me breath work has been amazing breath afire where you're breathing in and out of your nose belly breasts really quickly you do that for three to five minutes and feel different you know you.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Fight heavyweight for me and if you like it you can keep going if you don't like it you don't have to ever do it again and there's like all right i'll give it a shot no one my first two fights and under thirty seconds and from there it was like all right fuck was do far we can go yeah he what i love about it sounds like quickly if i'm wrong but it sounds like it's kinda like sure you had this moment but it was like a slow dig out of that phase right i think that a lot of people like and some people have these moments but like he no they kinda hope for this moment that's just gonna change your life and make you see the light and from that moment i was change and it's like sure you might notice in one moment like hey i'm going to far here whatever but like i just love the like slow i was similar went through a similar phase it didn't go that far but felt very similar and to me it was what it took to get to positive was literally just starting by going for walks around the block then seeing if i could jog around the block then going the friend to a soul cycle class then reading a book than reading too you know what i mean then finger meditation was and it was such a slow thing that i feel like even today just my natural personality like i have to constantly keep moving or else i know that that exists somewhere right yeah yeah but that's the beauty of it you know everything's snowballs so like which direction are you heading are you making progress or you in and everybody thinks you know especially in the west we think about progresses financial gain or more things or more follow initial freedom yeah more callers more like shit and it's and it's about like what are you doing for yourself you know like the financial pieces and important piece of it but the same time it's really what are you doing that builds you up that that fulfils human life no that that that really makes you more whole you know at the end of each day i think m may was the first catalyst for that and obviously you know having started my career the way that i did like it hooked me in and i realized you know i was still distracting myself with video games in between training i was just playing video games and hanging with friends and drink and still and at a certain point i realized that if i'm not doing something for recovery like massage stretching yoga i should be reading i should be learning more about the things that it will actually propel me further and at some point video games were out an ice to play madden like twelve hours a day in college you know so that was a big shift for me too but those were all the things like in fighting i read more books on health and well illness diet nutrition mobility recovery bio hacks and supplements you know far more than i ever did in college yeah yeah that's fine man how that works i just there's such a his such like reoccurring theme of this with people that are high achievers like of it just makes me wish that there was a different schooling or a different you know what i mean like you see the same errors go wrong time and time again and it's like man i just i don't know so then what how did your fighting career progress you're on alternate fighter yet fought in region the cage got to five no button king of the cage a few times lost my first fight there and you know being from the bay area i trained a little bit about at a american kickboxing academy when i was in high school and they had blown up i mean a lot of guys that i when i was at playing football at issue a lot of guys that were on the wrestling team in a fighting the ufc ryan bater cb doll away and came alaska's and cain was at a k he wrestled heavyweight at issue and mild strength coach who's a savage he's big house joe can he he's the head coach of the carolina panthers now for their string program uhhuh he was like kingsbury.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Short Story Long

"That's changing quite a bit but there was still a lot of kids that wanted to tear shit up yeah and how did your parents react to that like did they get super upset when you got in trouble or do they just kinda let you do thing no the gotten the you know the different got upset they paid attention the rule of thumb was i can't start a fight don't bully people but if you know somebody starts to fight with you you can defend yourself i think they got more pissed off how many times ago the principal's office for being a clown class clown disruptive behavior things like that that was pretty common too so i think they had a real issue with that in and looking i would as apparent now that's i'd have a big problem with my son doing that too yeah that's funny how that perspective changes it would just be so annoying you know like if you like on you get called again by the principal mining's almost better you know at least like defending yourself you know what i mean like come on man chill out and then what about socially like were you were you popular did you get along with people i think so a lot of friends you know growing up and it was always easy for me to make friends i think that i don't know it was i didn't have issues with that you know it felt good and i like that i just didn't always vibe with my teachers there was a lot of the course material that i thought was complete bullshit kids can see the writing on the wall you know like you know what you're gonna use in life you know if it's important or not and there's quite a bit of stuff that we force feed her kids learn that's just it's worthless information that's why i can't imagine what's going on right now right like i'd love to see what they're teaching in school but i'm guessing that it's not that much different than what we learned in basic high school right yeah well there are there are i've looked into this you know rudolf steiner was a really intelligent guy he started the waldorf school and i'm not for everybody that's like all our small shit it's just one possible difference yet right it's not i'm not saying my son's to go to waldorf but they teach differently one of the things they do is they allow you to proceed faster at things that you're good at so if you excel in math you can ball out and math and take college level courses by the time you're senior or junior and if you suck in history or some other course all they make you do finish the minimums yeah that's cool so you can accelerate on the path that you wanna do that specific like tailored school yeah but do you think that in like normal lack in akron ohio there teaching this pretty much the same thing symbol shit yeah which is what's crazy is i feel like now i was i was owned out then so now with social media you know what i mean all the other shit that's going on and they have a bit more computer science classes but probably the bulk of it is the same that's why people love podcast so much which is great for instant information as this is the real information they're not teaching this in our chemistry class and then what about did you go to college with any goals or was it more driven by sports i'm wanted to play football and you know it's funny because the goals change over time in order to stay eligible add to keep taking the easy classes so business major becomes communications major becomes bachelor of interdisciplinary studies which is like to to minors sequel one major as a fucking basket weaving degree you know and i didn't know what i was going to do with that and by the time i was a scene there's so many courses on the r b i s courses on how to sell yourself in you know an interview like you're going in for your job interview this is why you're going to tell them why you're degrees actually worth the shit and it just it made zero sense to me like i don't wanna fucking desk job i want to do.

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Hardest part is figuring out what you want to master focus on your product tagliatelle somebody that you've gotta just go this is don wanna do breath could take your whole life you worth the products number one if it scares me probably contents content that is the coolest shit they have ever seen ladies and gentlemen welcome back we are joined by very special guest and a another all my listeners know how much i love fellow podcasters because it's just makes my job so incredibly easy but kyle kingsbury from on it from a million other things that will get into thanks for coming on and doing this man yeah thank you brother having hit i'm looking forward to your one of the people that i just know is like we talked about before this like you just have a bunch of knowledge in a bunch of useful information and ecole story to go along with it and i think that like i don't i'm just looking for i love anytime when i i'm kind of outside of maezono with this human optimization stuff and i love when i can just kind of be dumb and soak up information and maleta my listeners can too so i'm excited oh yeah that's doing this do it so like i told you i usually on here like to get people's stories i and find out how you even got into doing what you're doing right now so where you're from california yeah i'm from northern california cupertino sunnyvale near san jose and didn't didn't get sucked into the tech industry no for that drove me the fuck out if you're if you're if you're trying to live there now and you're not in tech i mean you got no business being in silicon valley that's what it's too expensive and i'm a little bit like i don't know bias or whatever because i've never really spent much time there but every time i see cupertino just imagined like everyone's developing the next iphone oh it's just it's ridiculous demaim so as a house out there and she's in real estate so she's she's safe but it's not a it's just skyrocketing right it's always going up yeah i mean they're open in the new apple building not far from where my mom lives and that's good for her you what i mean for everybody else trying to buy a home screw yeah you're fucked man and so what was it like when you were growing up oh oh it it was was pretty i mean it was different for sure we had i think seventy percent asians and my high school like a lot of my friends growing up like some of my best friends to this day asian that's different being a minority in america but i mean as a white person the white male but like not a big deal you know like obviously near san francisco it's different vibe you know people are cool and never had an issue with with your choice of who to love shit like that you know like it's just different there yeah so has trittin think about that it's funny because as i get into these more like i get that different you know i'm from akron ohio it's pretty small town and it's not like crazy like you know i don't know what the word is but like a mississippi what i picture like mississippi being or something like that but like it is pretty like you know gay don't talk about gay stuff it's not very diverse and i just think that like i don't remember when i first moved to la i was like this is crazy like i felt like well like i like it i'm into it but it felt like super overwhelming you know what i mean i guess growing up an area like that would just kind of seed you with a little bit broader like acceptance of everything and everyone you know yeah it is different it's funny my brother my sister married in american whose parents are from thailand so he's tie and like he's never experienced that he went to another high school right next to mine that's pr primarily agen.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Set rancho san antonio and it's you know it's it's not super steep at any one particular point but i mean in the training i never ran more than ten k okay so that was one of the beauties you know in a lot of this stuff comes out as you don't necessarily have to put in the mileage if you're running hard and you're still putting indecent mileage and then you're lifting and you're doing plow metrics in you're working on mobility it's going to carry over right it's more about form and strength and and the ability to have snapping your legs than it is necessarily about just constantly putting yourself through the meat grinder especially as a guy my size right in your size how come nobody at your house has closed on while i don't what is what is what has happened i don't think they're necessary it's hot in texas we don't need clothes come on it does get pretty warm there your wife is these she'd learning right now teaching yoga yeah she's doing yoga teacher training right now they're second hundred hours and being tested on she goes she had to do a sanskrit test with one hundred eight words of sanskrit with the definitions and got a ninety percent on it so she's doing really well she might start calling up positions insects are in sanskrit so like some naked twister might have to start learning some the lingo but you know she she has a great teacher there jen peru breeze law gatos sin it's a it's an amazing facility of had some of the best times i've ever done yoga been there so she's really excited you know when she finishes the two hundred hours she can start teaching but she's like to get the five hundred hours before she actually started teaching at a studio and there's places in costa rica where we can go i'll take bear and we'll just hit the beach all day long with some coconuts cool while she's learning getting your extra hundred hours in at a time so we're really excited for that awesome is.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Billable at now one of my first coaches mixed martial arts was on a number of sri's and depression pills and different things for his anxiety and he's come off ninety percent of his medication with just three single dose treatments of ketamine what does that originally it was used as an anesthesia for horses and dogs and cats and they call it a disassociate of so it kind of pulls you back a ways in your own psyche so you can kind of review things as an observer rather than in the emotion it self i think a great book is the ketamine papers they sell that on maps dot org and there's just that just shows all the science that has come out across with ketamine but you know for people that are looking into this stuff and don't know where to start i think the psychedelic explorer sky by jim fatima n is an excellent book there's an old podcast at tim ferriss with him aways back that can show you the right way and the wrong way michael poland just had a great book come out on psychedelics that's phenomenal book you know and he he's mentioned you just on the fairest podcasts as well mentioned that he's not an advocate but he's an advocate for the science and there's quite a bit of science that showing that this shift in perspective and these mystical experiences are achievable you know ryan it's not just something that's you know for the guy that likes to go down the rabbit hole myself right something that can be found across the board it's repeatable well it can be it can be recreational because you just you know i mean let's face face it and escape from reality feels good right and being high on something feels good but also it can be beneficial period just to to take yourself through something that may be otherwise you wouldn't be able to get through right it's it's about as simple as that hundred percent you've done some of these you know i don't even know what to call them but i guess you'd say like rituals and you've done some stuff with like paul check obviously you've done some stuff with aubrey marcus these what are the ceremonies call the andrew won't i think he signed.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"A fast as well you know over time right it's it's overtime so doing intermittent fasting in a day is not going to have the same effect as doing a twenty four hour fast it's not going to have the same effect is doing a forty water only fast but if you were to do intermittent fasting for a year it's probably gonna look pretty similar okay i know i didn't know what that ended up looking like do you do you end up cheating on your diet or you know how do you when you're on akito genyk style diet do you allow for you know some pizza or something like that here and there yeah i mean i was when i was out in sedona recently i had a gluten free chocolate cake they got this place chocolate tree that has some really dope screens that are awesome with honey and things like that again no it's still carbohydrates it's still sugar at the end of the day but you know have a gluten intolerance so no gluten and no no refined sugar then those are kind of two things that i don't necessarily budge on for the most part it's a fucking cheat meal at the end of the day you know not going to drink you're not going to drink a coke yeah i'm not drinking a coke for that's for damn sure so there's there's there's some play there when it comes to that and i was really strict for about six months i like to be strict hito during the winter months when carbs weren't seasonally available in then allow some flexibility during the warmer months when we'd have berries naturally available that aren't necessarily flying in from mexico and bananas coming from panama year round you know shipping change a lot of things on this planet but that's true have we yeah i think it's a it's a good mindset to to be in that your worst meal will still be a lot better than your average person's worst meal right like i think it's just a.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Body and then start to work on at an caffeine or food or whatever it is you choose i was just hearing the other day talking about putting salt under your tongue have you heard about some of this i've done some of that on how big of a difference it makes but they said it's different blood supply i guess under your tongue versus sub lingual yeah kind of gets into your bloodstream gets in your system a little faster maybe you said you did how long have a fast ten days who five day water fast water only really messes with the sleep you know you're not gonna i mean first couple of days or fine then after that your body's like you know if you think about this from hunter gatherer standpoint you're not gonna sleep for eight hours perfect your body's like hey we're we're starving let's go find food in the middle of the night let's go forward i'm asleep you gotta go fuck and get food time to go eat right yeah you're not gonna get the perfect sleep and just try to hack it out during the daytime because clearly that's failed to pass two days you know so i think there for a lot of people might be easier to try to work on twenty four hour fast initially but certainly there's a lot of benefit and scientifically a lot of benefit to doing an extended faster four days we're talking about the science that they they did at stanford university when it comes to a tough gene and cell cell death you know where you're actually removing cancer cells and old cells and an analogy i like to use especially when it comes to munich function if you've got one hundred thousand soldiers and fifty percent of them are old turds just don't retire yeah you can help force that retirement process and then when you re feed with good food you get fifty thousand brand new guys that come in there they're hungry and ready to go so you know you keep the working forces within your body young and fresh that's really important for for all things is that work with the shorter.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

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01:32 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Squares a day with snacks all key to genetic food the second week you'd eliminate one meal and go to two meals a day with snacks in the feeding window from twelve to eight and then the third week you might have a couple of snacks but you're only gonna have one large meal at night so you can you know almost like coach house do the tier system strength training here tiersystem kito dieting with fasting spaced out and i think there's a lot of benefit to that there's a lot of benefit intermittent fasting even if you're not in the state of ketosis and really for a lot of people they're not hungry in the morning you know so it's pretty easy to skip that meal and just really hydrate and i find that the more i do my wife and i both do intermittent fasting for about fifteen sixteen hours a day we typically will finish eating between five and six pm and we'll start at nine am with usually like an optimized coffee similar to bulletproof good fats that kind of thing maybe a little collagen in that breaks the fast so i got count that as part of the deal but given that space i mean what happens when i'm up at six with bear and i've got three hours to kill and i'm feeling tired if i started at sea salt to the water and pounding water that hydration picks me up a notch i'm feel so awake and alive prior to that coffee that by the time the coffee kicks in i really feel coffee again you're not like i'm doing coffee just to pull myself up to baseline right so many people are hydrated if you have a window for that to actually focus on hydrating to kill your appetite and give yourself energy it's a beautiful time to to frontload to rehydrate the.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Naturally we had to deal with these stressors everyone can argue over what paleo mon eight if there was grains in the mix how much carbohydrate was there those kind of things but no one can argue they didn't have a fucking refrigerator and he didn't have air conditioning right like we go from the climate controlled house the climate controlled car the climate controlled office and back every single day and we're at this beautiful seventy two degrees year round that's not what we're designed to do we're designed to experience a cold winter in a hot summer unless you're from the equator then you're dealing with heat consistently right so but you're still dealing with heat here not an air conditioned home and don't on your or in your yacht or whatever the case may be like you're still dealing with some form of the elements and the body does respond to that positively in a number of ways and i think it's important that it's such an easy fix you know it's such an easy fix to say i'm gonna give myself five minutes a day to go to this and and that goes into circadian rhythm like you sleep better at night like a number of benefits happened from doing something like that and really from the mine the mental emotional standpoint like knowing all right i'm gonna push myself five minutes more here in breathe through it and slow everything down like that that's a big deal it can't be overlooked i know michael walker talking about you know the importance asleep and any just hammered at over and over again you know we need that like eight hour time slot he was saying there was like you know one percent of the population or something can sleep a little bit less but everybody else's screwed they got a match it with those eight hours how a lot of people just don't think they have time a lot of people like to wake up early in and get things going how do you how do you get eight hours sleep like what are some tips that people can utilize to have a more restful sleep to have a better sleep well there's a couple of things you know obviously walker gets into by physics sleeping a lot of cultures still have siesta it's a big that's a big one right not a lot of offices alive you to take naps at work.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Benefit to me there's no doubt from fatburning perspective to shift and dopamine neurotransmitters there's a response but if it's damn near freezing and i get into three to five minutes it's going to have a greater response so working on all those variables and how i quiet the mind in that kind of adversity that's shit that could extrapolate it out into the real world you know when i'm comfortable in that discomfort that parallels in everything in life right does that's why did you do such a beautiful thing when i got mark bell sweating on the atlanta me huffing and puffing it's kinda gross you end up sweating rinta my mouth yeah sweat if i can feel comfortable with you on top of me i feel comfortable in traffic i can feel comfortable getting yelled at right you know like the that that shit translates everywhere i it it's really important that we are able to put ourselves in a comfortable positions that strengthen us not just the body but the mind the spirit all of it why the fuck would you get yourself into that cold water what's it doing it's doing a lot lower systemic inflammation we talked about dopamine going up at drilling goes up there's an immune response longevity purposes cold shock proteins some people call it he chucked proteins still but a lot of science coming out dr on patrick's been big on that whim hof is being studied at harvard now a lot of science done in the netherlands before but you know there's just so much more to it and that's what i'm saying when i talked to prompt there's a performance aspect it's going to help me burn fat and recover quicker from workouts but the longevity aspect you know i like i said i'm not i'm not trying to live to two hundred but i would like to live to.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"And you know what spawned your interests of it i think i heard dominant douglas tino on the tim ferriss show in dr peter tia both talking about it on fair geyser both great they're savages you know they have a wealth of knowledge and you know really what intrigued me was the the cognitive function you know the these these supposed claims that it can help you think more clearly retain more information and lower systemic inflammation and you know coming out of fighting in two thousand fourteen knowing i had taken my lumps of had my left eye blown out twice left eyebrow fractured jaw broken in two places among all the other body injuries still great just my head yeah thank you brother you know all those things played a factor but really it was it was about the brain you know and i think giving it a real go the first time the first time i really got into nutritional ketosis i just i could retain everything i mean those flying through books still still reading but a much faster pace and really able to retain the information that was the telltale sign that drew me in in maybe wanna learn more and type two diabetes runs on my mom's side of the family type three diabetes alzheimer's runs on my father's side and you know reading grain brain from dr david promoter cement that you know really the the chronic elevation of blood sugar and how it contributes to a myriad of diseases and that was kind of the nail in the coffin for me to want to continue to learn about it and really fine tune what works since that point you know getting back into jujitsu and in high intensity intervals powerlifting with jesse burdock things like that there has been a time and a place where i needed carbohydrates for performance and i think what's beautiful now in books.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I think two years ago i was in no but yeah like five years ago asinine yeah no question there's there's there's no question yeah kyle it's gonna make you healthier if he just don't eat and here's your here's a mill prep i don't have anything and i can get stronger right so i mean that's that's kind of the that's kind of the rub when you think about that stuff is am i still getting the gains that i want my still able to get stronger may still able to move better my still labeled a think appropriately and be sharp you know when i need it if that's all there then the i'm moving in the right direction and it doesn't matter if that is switching to all starches or eliminating all starches in on carbohydrate doesn't matter it's what's working for you but you never know unless you give it a go have you ever had any problems with food in terms of like i don't know like i think you've always been fairly thin yeah have you ever had any problems where you just like i don't know you just love to eat like sweets or you know you get like food addiction yeah when i played football issue i was trying to gain asu here we go ready andrew aflaid the coach house stories all over again how house from the sec oh shit where are you at where you at son you son you'll grew to which is deepa what the hell's wrong with that guy he's a he's a maniac but yeah i was trying to gain weight and i didn't realize gluten intolerant so i'd polish like two pizzas and a twelve pack of crispy cream donuts at night i mean anything i was eating mcdonalds freeze a week you know just fucking my body from the inside out and that was swollen but literally swell swale from my goal in like swollen like my liver kidneys aren't processing things correctly everything's just a waterway through the roof we like to sixty to sixty eight and my biggest going into senior year that balance out about two fifty five and you gotta try look at pictures we gotta talk i want to see what a bloated kyle kings just look on the bench that's the photos will be i only can find half naked photo so i'm not upset that that sounds pretty good.

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