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Train Your Brain To Find Opportunities During A Crisis

The Model Health Show

04:54 min | 2 months ago

Train Your Brain To Find Opportunities During A Crisis

"Welcome to the Mater Hell, show this fitness nutrition expert, Shawn Stevenson and I'm so grateful to you today. We've got a very popular episode nine up today with him. Talking about how we can make the most of the situation that we find our society and right now you know with twenty twenty. It seems like twenty twenty came along and through our lives into a blender, but today we're GonNa talk about how we can make it into a delicious smoothie. You know what I mean and right now here in the state of California that just moved to. We haven't even been here full year yet. Society is re shut down there and just shut it down, opened it little bit open the crack and they shut it back down and right now for the upcoming semester children are you back to school we've got millions of people who are unemployed. Countless businesses are closed and this is a very trying time and I truly want everybody to understand that we have not seen the fallout. Fallout yet. The true fallout and I WANNA help to make sure that as many people as possible are in a position to overcome this, because our mental health is going to be stressed, our financial health physical health are relationships, but we can come out better Albert Einstein said that in the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity, and we have to shift our mindset to that, though because when things are going bad, we're faced with. especially uncertainty, we tend to go to the dark side. Are This is how? An CONSI- Walker you know went down the wrong path it was it was presented with You know those those trying times and trying opportunities you know so shout out to Darth vader shadow to space balls IRA out. They get credit. one of the greatest movie parodies of all time all right instead of Chewbacca, the wookey. They had BARF play by John. Candy. Alright a big shot to them. But again in the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity. We have to shift our mindset there and this has been a trying time for many. But I believe that we are strong I believe that we are capable and I believe that this is a time in history that is offering a great reset. It's offering an opportunity for humanity elevate. It makes me think of you know the original Nintendo the original Nintendo. The game console itself had two buttons. One was a power button in one was a reset button. First of all, why don't if I want to reset? Push the power button often. Turn it back on again. They're like no. You're going to need this reset button. The reset says. I'm playing the game. Maybe I made a mistake maybe i. was exposed to clinch. May. Be I WANNA do something different, but the reset says I'm going to keep playing. is going to tap this real. Quick I'm GONNA keep playing. And I think their life right now is a big reset button that is getting pushed whether we like it or not, and so we need to embrace it because it's happening, you know fighting against what is is what leads to allow to suffering. But the thing is we don't have to. We don't have to be content about it. We need to accept it realize what's happening. Realize what is and then put in place an intelligent. Plan of action which starts from the inside. Truly, all changes in inside game and really getting our mindset right and taking control of our own personal. Economy inside of our minds are personal health and wellness inside of our minds, so we can take that and spread that out to our family and our communities so very excited about this episode in as I mentioned. This is my first full summer here in California I grew up the Mid West S. T.. L.! Right in here in California is, it's amazing. The consistency in the weather, but something that I've noticed is very different from the Midwest Summers. Is that here in California you got the heat he might be to say is nine hundred ninety five outside. And If, there's a piece of shea going. Get into the shade in this cooler cycle is nice shadier. In Saint, Louis, it doesn't work that way. Would you say if it's ninety ninety five and Saint Louis? And you see a little piece of shade going. Get some of their shade, but. He's like what do you think you're going? We have this little extended arm, cold humidity, and it'll grab your by your collar. I make your holiday dollar humidity. It doesn't feel good. You know so. It's like I've got a true experience now of going into the shade and me like Oh. This is nice, nice shade. But Saint Louis doesn't work that way shot to all my friends and family in Saint Louis, everybody listening in Saint Louis I love you guys so much.

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The Fat burn Fix And Our Growing Susceptibility To Viral Infections - With Dr. Cate Shanahan

The Model Health Show

05:41 min | 2 months ago

The Fat burn Fix And Our Growing Susceptibility To Viral Infections - With Dr. Cate Shanahan

"Welcome to the model. Show this fitness and nutrition expert Shawn Stevenson and I'm so grateful to be tuning today. This episode here I am so pumped about. This is one of my favorite physicians. One of my favorite scientists and she's got a new project is really helping shed some light on a very very misunderstood topic in this the topic of body, fat. Sustain that we tend to see is a very cosmetic target is a very cosmetic issue for hundreds of millions of people right now, but in truth, our body fat is a major player in so many different dynamic ways as far as our health as far as our ability to fight infections, viral infections, even and I think that this is going to be incredibly enlightening and something that you're going to walk away with having a better understanding of this. Incredible tissue that we're all carrying around in what's led to the surplus that were carrying around for many of us, and also some more intelligent ways that we can address this in not just for cosmetic issues, but to truly get our society healthier. And hope that you've been employing different strategies to get yourself healthy right now, and also your loved ones. It's more important than ever to reach out. Make sure that our friends and family are doing some of the basic necessities of just getting some fresh air, going out and walk move their bodies, engaging in some stress management practices, and we've done episodes dedicated to these things, and also making sure that they're getting in some high-quality foods as well as supersport right now, but we just recently went on our first outing since the corn team began first outing to a restaurant with our FRIZZ nextdoor, nextdoor, neighbours, families both wint. And it was very a felt like I was visiting another planet, I definitely felt a little bit like that scene and back to the future when Michael J. Fox goes back to pass, and he's got like a has met suit on, and he winds up in a barn, and these folks happened upon him in his hands. Matsue with this delorean in the sign has his comic book. which is like the cover? The Comic Book Kinda shows what the future looks like are. These alien invaders look like. So just to get into the restaurant you walk through. The. Lobby is about five feet of lobby, and you have to wear masks. Go through the five feet, but then there people already there sitting at tables there socially distance. Of course you know one table apart, but they've got. You know they don't have mask on because you can eat with a mask on yet. Until maybe we get permanent mass installed on her face faces in little openings, but the science there. Wasn't really accurate. You know like that five feet, but then once you go pacify feet. Take your mask off, and you can each her. You know whatever your therefore, but he's a very strange experience. Because the waitress had on, the has metsu she had on the face shield. She had on the mask at that point I was like why be here in like there's so much that goes into it, and it's so abnormal. We should just go ahead and you know. Make dinner ourselves have family. Get together something like that. It's just an added. stressor is so much uncertainty in all. The tables had to be labeled that this table has been sanitized in, you know. We've hit it with the flame thrower all these different stuff just to feel comfortable going outside, and it was like this was like a you know there's a strip mall and everybody is just a very dystopia and situation, and this is the situation that we're facing right now. There is a very infectious. Virus that is that we're dealing with as a society and at its core. We Really WanNA. Look at this what we've been dedicated to. How do we get our citizens healthier? so that were not as susceptible to this virus in the mini viruses that are to come because this is right now. This is just the first of many that we're going to be faced with as humanity you know, and the thing that is overlooked in that I've really been working to up level the conversation is. As a species? What are the things that make us more susceptible to viral infections? What are the things that we can do to help? Improve our bodies response because in truth we've had such a relationship with viruses throughout human evolution that we are in fact, the human genome is eight percent over eight percent in dodge in his viruses that we are. Our genome is made of. We've had such interaction with viruses. We are made viruses on that level talking about our human genome, what our jeans are made of the human genes with the things that make us human. We're part virus. And even more tangible aspect because I think there's really a hard pill for us to swallow as society right now that we are virus ourselves. But you know this is something that we can test track now. We have some affirmation to the fact that we all are carrying upwards of three hundred trillion virus particles in and on our bodies all the time. We are. We're like a playground for viruses and. Pathogenic! Many of them Symbiotic. But this equation really plays into. How healthy are we interact with other people's virus load? How healthy are we or what can happen to damage our health immune system health that even the pathogenic viruses that were carrying right now can become opportunistic and take advantage of our system and make us sick.

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"shawn stevenson" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

02:07 min | 3 months ago

"shawn stevenson" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

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"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:23 min | 9 months ago

"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

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"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:54 min | 9 months ago

"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"You're doing right now because there are times in your life when you know you've had to sleep more if you're somebody's training for whatever your body just needs needs a little bit more sleep. Maybe you're under a lot of stress. Whatever the case might be? It's GonNa Change. Then we have to honor our bodies. Obviously I'm a big fan of routine because your body's always looking for routine but when you're up life is dynamic like things are going to happen and so I allow myself to change my sleep schedule a little bit and I try to stay within a nice framework. What if something's going on like and I know that I'm stressed like you know like I really need to back off? I need to recover. I don't need to push it down more and this also just comes with experience variance to sure you know what I mean so that I can wake up recovered and get back on my grind. You know what I mean so but just a little quick thing that I want to share with people. That's another big. The point is that our quality effects are appearance right specifically are everybody. Nobody's waking up like you know what I just WanNa be super ugly today like. It's possible you know what I mean. I want to scare children. You know what I mean and there was a really cool study. That was done recently so this was just in two thousand seventeen gene sweetest researchers and what they did was they had study participants. Take a picture. After a full night of good sleep and then they had take a picture after sleep. Depriving them where they're getting about. Five hours by six hours of sleep for two days are sleep. deprived them for two days. Take the pitcher again as a a mixture of pitchers that These raiders people who were raiding all the peoples beauty. And what they did was. They looked at all the different pitchers. And this is looking at. What's happening in our brains just again through evolutionary biology when we see people we get feedback and what the scientists? We're wanting to find out to sleep. Deprivation caused a hesitant to want to be around some bite. Well all right. And so. What the raiders? Foul was that when people were sleep deprived they they were deemed to be less attractive. They were deemed to be less healthy and they also decided like I would be less interested in socializing with this person. Okay aw just in two days of sleep deprivation and another study by Swedish researchers found that just five days sleep deprivation. You know just getting less than six hours. I was asleep led to forty percent increase in fine lines and wrinkles in the face it age do very quickly but the good news is it. It reverses not as quickly rebound yeah. It's called beauty sleep. Why don't we talk about it's called beauty sleep for reason there's there's Israel rejuvenate tive magic in this in sleeping? I mean and so looking at how we feel about other people in how we're showing up in the world old like your sleep has a big impact on that and tell people about sleep debt. I mentioned this before..

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"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

11:35 min | 9 months ago

"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Just want to do for a a couple of guys you know what I mean. And so that's one of the things is if you have children play with your kids is that. What's that mean? Play Wrestle one great exercises and what I used to do my asylum. You know we just moved out here hell. I don't know the landscape is much but I would take my son to to the park and then I would just follow him do whatever he does whatever he wants to do his own going through the tunnels climate stuff. I follow you. He's the boss Simon says that that's one thing. Okay by the way your wife has some like some of the best home cooking ever has with your wife as your amazing easy. I can't remember what it was specifically. We have some like casual type of all the casserole. Yeah good at Buffalo Castle Man. It was amazing. And did she make cookies. A No vote took A. That's my downfall sugar. How bad is shorter? I sleep. That's such a great question because that's the only the only but one of the negatives about me that I eat too much sugar and then I'll go off offers for like sixty days right. I'm like stream. Yeah I'm always on a bag of cookies. I can't just do one or I'll do nothing for a long time but I think that deprivation approbation can lead to the rebound behavior. Now I need it. Yeah Yeah it was. So here's the thing so. There was an incredible study that was done. And there's it's difficult to do human studies when it comes to addiction because of the implications right but there was a fantastic study done using rodents using mice race and what they allowed the mice to do was have free access to either cocaine or sugar and they picked sugar ninety six percent percent of the time Coke Gina Right they were so addicted to sugar. Sugar broad tastes better too right. They took rats that. Were already even addicted to cocaine and they quickly progressed and shifted over to an addiction. Sugar wow it's that's strong in like we humans. We're hardwired if we're just looking at our biology. We're hardwired hardwired through evolution to crave into enjoy sweet things for biology's implication that. There's a lot of dense dense calories. There it's a dense calories. It's not a calorie. Rich is not like a healthy calories. Great Right not necessarily. But even the sugar we'd be exposed to drive Aleutian would be something like the biggest gift after we've run into maybe with some honey but today we have everything twenty four seven. It's a hold. We're not we're not wired up for this exposure honey was probably like a nice was probably so strong you just put a little bit on yeah to add not like dump the whole thing like a winning the players. It was like looking jar jar. Yeah you know what I mean. I was so addicted to hunting cheerios. Like all my others were so that little man it was like my best demand. Oh well even met my wife and I was like shifting like I change my health and I've been working as a personal trainer for like like a year and a half I was like eating organic whatever but honey. This is my midnight snack right. But here's a this is amazing mazing. Afterwards the milk Mike so we started. I haven't had cereal in a long time. That was one of the things that was the hardest meal ago. But that's something eliminated eliminated. The century from my Diet and replace with. Cookie is crazy. Do this the culture again. That's the big thing but just on on that point of how does this affect our sleep really great question so the first thing to understand is the impact that sugar has has on various hormones. If thinking about you know Cortisol for example or stress response and basically what happens is when we eat a high concentration of sugar we get this hit and it feels good. You know we like Serotonin sort of you know and this is why some carbohydrates like if we are select selectively getting our carbohydrates. It can be a good thing right but it's just when we go too far and we go We have a hypoglycemic responds right. And so we get a blood sugar spike and then a blood sugar crash and that for us. That's emergency to our biology because when your blood sugar goes too low you have reduced brain function and your body if we're talking about survival in the conditions that we evolved in. You're not sharp. You're tired exactly. You can be more of a victim right and so our pray and so what happens is you get a response from your sympathetic nervous system in your cortisol levels calls norepinephrine adrenaline. All those things start to spike to lift her blood sugar back up against. You're not vulnerable exactly exactly so that. You're just sharp and ready in okay. AM prepared so your your body just going up and down all day as opposed to a steady and maybe a spike when you eat a little bit and then steady and right or talking to close in proximity go to sleep. That's going to really messed up. You know there's all these different people to talk about intimate fasting or when you should stop eating by. What does the research research say about eating before sleep? Anything whether it's healthy your snack of dark chocolate y. I don't care what it is. Is there a time limit. You should stop eating by before sleep. And is there a certain foods you can eat before sleep that actually benefit or we're not. This is a good question. I've been looking into this for quite some time so we let's address both of these things. Let's address wine lesson. Jurists alcohol endless address food food so when it with alcohol so what we do know is that alcohol does in fact help you to fall asleep faster. This is a fact across the board relaxes as you said if you know. And that's all good. The issue however is that we experienced something with alcohol in your system and in your body metabolize alcohol. It's called Rim rebound effect right rim rebound effect. And so what happens. Is We go into we earlier. We talked about those sleep stages basically your unconscious but your sleep stages are fragmented broken and so we'll go into a deep sleep. What's the main stages again of sleep? So we're transitioning as as we go from waking state to sleep we go from Beta Alpha Data Delta but within our sleep we have these four stages so we have non rooms. Lebron sleep in some transitionary stage Gotcha and so some of these stages. When we're actually asleep unconscious unconscious get broken and so our rim sleep is suppressed right and remember rem sleep is where a lot of memory processing place? So if you're drinking a lot doc at night you'll have less memory is ever hearing. Do you know anybody who was drunk before they went to sleep and not remember what happened. Lots of people. Yeah Yeah Wow because of the sleep so it doesn't matter it doesn't matter that you've got sleep. It's the quality of your skits modern. Yes yeah and you can literally forget what happened in those people say that. I don't remember a thing. Yeah because in their room sleep is damaged. But then there's a big rebound effect with the RIM sleep towards at the end of the sleep cycle if we if somebody's getting eight hours of sleep on alcohol so again but this is not to say you can't trink issues I would recommend give yourself a little bit of a curfew with alcohol of a couple of hours. If you can't if you plan on getting a bed at midnight you know maybe just stopped drinking around ten and give your body your body metabolize alcohol relatively quickly for most folks and you can accelerate support. The process by having some water is is our thing is having too much water before sleep. If peeing is a problem Bob Moon you know. Yeah like so. Many people come into my clinic and they're just like you know I keep getting up in the night. They don't drink water all day guzzled before they go to bed but there are obviously there are some situations when folks have issues with the bladder shirts like that but for the most vote. He's drinking water before bed. And you're waking up once even once messes up your sleep tournament area. I mean it can but I don't WanNa make a psychological big deal because it's okay there's even research now and it's come out recently just in the last couple of years about Humans having basically two faces asleep You know there's a for a moment and then so what would happen if we're talking you know a thousand years ago. Let's go oh back even further ten thousand years ago when folks are you know you're living in tribes. You GotTa Hut going right so you go to sleep but first of all we would go to asleep earlier because when it gets dark AMAC safety right. You're not out and about on the Tundra. You know what I'm saying where the line can see the cave. This is N.. Even if you think about sleep because gay like processing this stuff in the last years if it wasn't as valuable as it is as we would be bombed out of it a long time ago if you think about how vulnerable you are right so much magic happens when you're sleeping that we just can't get anywhere else and so anyways we would go to sleep when when the sun goes down and wake up maybe just say somebody goes to sleep at nine. o'clock is sleep until maybe one you get up. Maybe have a little snacky maybe have sex. Maybe if you got fire maybe you write or read by fire But today Fong all right. We get up midnight snack beaming light coming out of the refrigerator. Raise your right and you know and we're bathroom but then and you go back to sleep and you'd have time to get another. You know three four hours of sleep in addition to minimum. So what I'm trying to say is. It's not a problem that we wake up at night and I've seen so many people get just very just psychologically troubled messed up. You know that I wake up. It's okay it's okay. We have to relax into and understand that you know things happen or bodies for some folks. It is chronic chronic issue. And they usually have to do what's happening with their hormones. And if we did a hormone panel we'd see that a lot of times we we call him clinically tired and wired where even though they're physiologically tired their bodies wired night cortisol is spiking way too early in the evening. Because Your Cortisol is actually supposed to elevate in first thing in the morning like between like when the sun comes up. That's how we were. hardwired cortisol is not a bad thing and this is another thing. I want to make clear today. None of our hormones are bad. We wouldn't have them you know but it just gets all of the bad press now. A Cortisol helps your thyroid to work right. Your thyroid is regulating metabolism awesome. You WanNa burn fat unique cortisol all right. It's not a bad guy it's just it's producing the wrong times or the wrong amounts. It could be okay I I think of it like Hawk you know into ventures like he's got a role but you know my smash them stuff on accident I give in too much. It's responsibility so yeah so if we're looking at alcohol go back on that before. Don't expect excessive with it. I'm assuming right you'll get drunk if you if you're getting drunk. You better believe like it is for them and how much time we got yet. The hangover is a result of the sleep damage as really the big thing. Really get great sleep. You shouldn't have a hangover absolutely..

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"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

11:35 min | 9 months ago

"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"How can we sleep better at the main keys for sleeping better moving forward? We talked about this on four years ago ago. What's the same what's updated on how we can sleep better? Yeah you know the thing for everybody understand. I think it always starts with us. Asking asking the right question and a lot of us. Sleep is become it's just exploded and I'm so grateful that I was there to kind of thrust this new movement and sleep wellness. I mean now. Now there's even so many apps that are that are podcasts that are just storytelling to go to sleep at all has like a series which is just sleep stories. I think it's called to help people go to sleep because it's so hard for us and we'd now we know but why. Why is it so hard to go to sleep? It's just the environment that we live in today and it's looking again at the question. So what is sleep. Actually we have to start there. What is it so this is this thing we're chasing after we're trying to get more of it? We know it's important but sleep is really first first of all. It's very strange. If you look at some of the characteristics from the outside like your unconscious for our you're not really moving your senses senses dulled and gone down. Obviously your visual senses are reduced or just nine lesser weird. And you have your eyes open but even your auditory your sense of smell so your sense of touch all those things reduce and your. What's different from that and like a coma is that it's easily? You can come out of it if somebody nudges you. uh-huh or something that goes to like coma. Yeah is like a little minor committee hibernation. You're like a baby bear you know but what what will we see in the inside and this is what's so cool now is that we can track and we can study the brain and see what happens. We know you're sleeping based on changes that happened in your brain waves and so right now. We're in a kind of normal waking state of Beta frequency and our brainwaves. Maybe a little gamma if we get to like Bruce. Banner like amped up a little bit but from our normal waking state of Beta we shift into Alpha. And it's just a slower pattern and Alpha is really aligned with what we would refer to as I getting in a flow state right right. It's just a calm relaxed state of presence and we naturally transition into that state when we're getting close to sleep this one. A lot of creativity can kind of manifest. So when we're we're getting ready for sleep we get into Alpha. Yeah okay is why it said it's very good to like when you first wake up because you go in reverse when you wake up you know to focus on your day. Hey your goals for the day because okay so we move from Beta two Alpha and then we go to Theta Theta is a really strong transitionary every state in theta. You're in what it would be considered if we looked at it as compared to something like a hypnotic trance all right and data data and so this is when you're asleep this you're not asleep. This is a transitionary stayed very close asleep and when you're not translate we were just talking about Moore disappeared and I was just talking today but we're kind of trying to manipulate that data frequency to kind of get in there deeper in the brain and to give a good analogy like kids up until the age of about seven and are spending a lot more time in data. And so you're very impressionable right. This work why kids like believe everything you know. I'm not going to throw out any names. You Know Santa Claus Boston anything like that. I'M NOT GONNA say it's not real but you know like everything just taking in very deeply right now. This is where a lot of our programming that even lasts into our childhood takes place the state of your very impressionable and then from there we transition into Delta and so this is when we know that we're in sleep and then within our sleep there there are four primary stages. We have the big that people know is non room sleeping rims sleep right so rim sleep rapid eye movement. Sleep this when you're getting your dream on and this is when is literally like our. It is freaky really. This is a weird weird thing. Yeah so it's rapid eye movement. Your eyes are moving and that's the best type asleep no and I'm not gonNA say best. It's a part we need all of them and this is the point. We're GONNA come to and so this is when the process for example during rem sleep is when when you have something called memory consolidation. This is where things that you're learning even right now get converted into your short term memory so it gets filed away me becomes more of a permanent potential thing in your brain. You need sleep in order to remember. Stop you and so. There's a study recently. And what they did was they had folks to do do a memory test and they had one set of the participants take the the the study. Take the test in the morning and then they have to repeat beat the test at two hour increments for twelve hours and then they track their results girl then they had another set of study participants. They had them take the test first and then they had them just kind of wait all day. Get a good night's sleep in the retests in the morning without doing it over and over again and they performed twenty percent better on a memory tests only testing once and then getting a good night's sleep and remain. We tend to think that we need to keep hammering the overnight stay up all night testing and quizzing ourselves. We should be actually practice for an hour. Get a good night's place and hopefully have better results. Yeah Yeah I mean the point is you know we've been in this situation where we're pulling all matter because we don't know any whole book so Oh yeah man. But that's that's that's REMM sleep. And then we have non room sleep this is. It's considered more than anabolic deep sleep. This is where a lot of the anabolic anabolic hormones like hgh secreted right and it's also known as the youth hormone so kids have a lot of hgh up until around eighteen to twenty. We have a big sharp decline the HGH production sleep. You produce the greatest amount of hgh because we secreted during the day all of our hormones are based on the time of day and this is another really important point is that weird lined up with nature's clock but we just don't realize it because humans have the unique ability. We can cut ourselves off from it. We could shut although although the blinds and we could just create eternal daytime in this room if we wanted to. You know what I mean but all of our hormones are getting releasing a cyclical cyclical pattern and human growth hormone are greedy egregious. Greatest secretion or skeet of the. Hgh happens during sleep and specifically during that first stage of sleep and we go for the first time in too deep Delta Non Room Sleep. That's when we're producing. Hgh Gauge creating more. The biggest secretion happens then. Okay Yeah and so. If you're not getting optimal sleep you're missing out on this powerful vital hormone and whenever never I would hear hgh. When I first started doing research getting close a decade ago I would think of Barry Bonds and like Jason a rod no disrespect? This is Marion Jones builds. But it's because of a ESPN just seeing the highlights in the news but human growth hormone is something that we produce you know within our within our bodies you know what I'm saying so produce more of it. It's only through sleep. No no we could be with exercise especially like resistant drivers of Anabolic Bali growth. So resisting but more so powerless you can get a really good. Polishing will produce help produce more H. T. H H do for you when you go to the benefit of. Hgh is not that we tend to think is that it makes you perform better specifically makes you bigger. You're right that's what we have. You See. The transformation of somebody like Barry bonds his body. It's not that just makes you bigger and you can hit the baseball fast if they already have these skills. It's it's the recovery. It helps to recover faster my son my eight year old son can get out and run. Do sprints with us like crazy. We're we're just demolished the next day and he's totally fine doesn't feel a thank. You just produce Major League baseball really healing so it helps with healing. It does help with protein eighteenth synthesis and also retention of muscle mass. So this is huge. This is something we tend to lose as we get older as our muscle mass and I think it's really important for us to understand. We're talking about body composition laws fat loss all that stuff muscle is your body's fat burning machinery really. That's on your more of it if you want to burn fat because even as we're sitting we're not training right now but depending on the amount of muscle mass that we carry on. Our bodies has a huge impact. On how many calories burning to sitting here are resting metabolic rate eight. H H helps you to retain that muscle that you're out there working hard to build. Those are just a few things. So what are the main lifts that you would say. I'll tell you straight up. Dead lift is like it's money in the bank for produce. Hgh heavy heavy. Or is this just like you're doing seventy eighty percent. I mean even eight hundred eighty percents. Pretty good we're talking about getting up there close to your Max. Yeah absolutely and that's for a lot of people's like that might be a little bit of fear comes up. I don't WanNa lift that heavy. I'll tell you right now for my I've been in this field for almost twenty years and what I've seen people don't get hurt. They're lifting seen people getting hurt. Picking up a feather. You know getting her picking up a pillow highest does just because our bodies are so conditioned to sitting not performing. And we're not doing the things that that kids do that. Keep them healthy right. One of those things on jumping on the couch. Were just running around or just picking up stuff. We'll do we'll do them. We did as a kid and then something happens in our environments are say. Stop playing. Stop playing so much especially from where I'm from. It's like leaving. That's something we say. You play too much the surgery. Oh man you play too much but you shouldn't play a lot. You know what it does and this is the thing. This is why both of us love sports. It's a dimension of that they're there's still socially acceptable. But we love it you learn boundaries you learn how to communicate in different ways besides just vocally you learn how to move of your body in space and like things like proprio section. This is the awareness that your of your body in space. You Improve Your pro -ception neuro -ception all these different aspects. Thanks so our bodies interacting with our environment and also our internal environment. And if we're not playing we're missing out on this vital part of our development you know one of the best ways we can play adults. Man Is it's warrants or just go out and throw a football and play Frisbee or what's what are the activities you think are best. I is such a great question. Man This is so funny. I've been thinking about this the last two weeks I have so. I didn't realize I was doing this. My two sons live with three kids. My daughters oldest Mars two sons living the other nineteen year old son and a eight year old son that live in my house and we have a culture of like. We're dancing every day. You you know like I don't know why we just do it. We're playing every day just the other night my son's we you know. We sat down and ate dinner together and then afterwards they were fighting for like twenty minutes but it was like play fighting. But there's with you being a parent after washes like would you shut up. You know like stop. You know like we start Argon here take you played too much and then I catch myself like they're just having a good time. They're learning how to have those boundaries how to play with each other how to move in space how to grab somebody embody and not hurt them versus hurt them. You know what I mean. So and they're playing they're having a good time and the thing is I'm the one who usually initiates it. I.

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"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"And they're just like shah i love when you give these references to like nineties movies or hip hop or something like that that is just like man they get me right there connecting with that these little weird quirky things about me are the very things that people connected to me so going from being in that other brand to having my own brand gave permission to be one hundred and twenty percent authentically myself. That's what i'm being with. You guys here today. In the great news is you'd never get figured. They found out that you're not that person. If you just be that person so many people you end up finding out. They're not the person that they perceive themselves to be or that. They're broadcasting themselves to be. I don't have that issue. I don't have any skeletons the hi i'm being myself so be yourself. This is the number one competitive advantage because there is never you in the entire history of humanity been somebody like you before that has the same experience that has the same story never and will never happen again. You are very very special and you were here with a gift a very special gift talent some some type of quality that no one else has ever had before and so does show that and to be authentic about it to have the courage to do it. It's going to free you now now. It's not easy to do it. Okay especially in the beginning. I'm worried like are people going to resonate with this or are they going to be cool with me or they're going to like me but i gotta get over that that stuff and just know when you're being yourself. The right people are going to like you. The right people are going to connect with you and those who don't they just get moved to the side. Fuck him but fuck. Em would love so the right people. You were here to connect with the right people in you do that by being yourself and so with that. I said you've got something special. You've got something special to offer and it is your duty. That's why you're here. That's why you came out to freak import. The goal is to really help to accentuate this and to cultivate this because every single person here feels what i felt when i was a little oh boy that i was here for something special and it's time to really own it because i used to be concerned about it like is it okay for me to feel like i'm meant for more. Is it okay for me to share my story. I used to be in fear about sharing. What i share the beginning about my health. I would teach these classes and one day it slipped lived out. One day story came out and i shared what happened with my spine because that was embarrassed for whatever reason and digging into it. I was embarrassed embarrassed. I let that happen. I was embarrassed that i was so low but when i share that story the next we did a class somebody who was there in that class brought all these people and this was like a can you make sure you share their story that you've seen and i was like okay. I guess so i share the story and i found out that my story is what connects excellent people and so right now is your opportunity and you're gonna reach more people and connect with more people by sharing your story by opening up by having the courage is to share even the hard stuff because i promise there are many people who've been through similar things and that's how we connect so you've got something special and employing knowing these seven strategies consciously is what's going to take you from idea to a little bit impact to great impact. Thank you guys for your time so this fogcast episode was brought to you by mine. Valley talks are youtube channel. You definitely want to be subscribed. Mind body talks. If you will join this episode you are going to find over two hundred additional video base talks ranging from twenty minutes in its two an hour now what makes abound talks unique and different from other talk channels such as

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"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Month now from his podcast so for me i'm really lee more quality over quantity and so i'm making like masterclasses and it can take weeks at a time sometimes in preparation just to create the episode so i'm publishing one a week. You might do monday wednesday friday right with your content be intentional about it because the worst thing that you can do when you're creating up leveling your brand is to be sporadic because you want your audience to feel like you're the favorite t._v. Show growing up back when we didn't have instant access to everything like mondays seven pm and for me i was there no matter what you wanna be alf for your audience and so they know that tuesday evening slash wednesday morning wherever they are in the world. They're going to have my show. They're in they're gonna be able to have it for their morning commute. You don't wanna mess that up and i don't want to give them three shows and start taking away so be intentional about it. You can always go up and i would highly suggest not to go back down if that makes sense all right so days per week is another way to differentiate yourself so next up operate at a micro level so now we're going to zoom in and you guys have probably heard the statement that if you try to talk to everyone you talk to no one and so this is about niching down and so if you are in a space of business that's very general there's massive massive massive competition. It's very difficult to stand out saying i have a business blog. I've a business podcast so let's drill down marketing so specifically focusing on marketing is is how distributing my content drill down further marketing tips specifically for healthcare providers now really starting people's ears start perking up if if they're in that space and it's for me. I'm in the healthcare space. It's marketing for me now. We're really starting to make connection immediately just because you're getting more focus but i golden further than that marketing tip specifically for chiropractors. I've a friend of mine who is called cairo candy and he's created this and he's built a million dollar brand by specifically focusing on carburetors marketing tips and he's not a chiropractor so the more that we kind of niece down and get clear on the person. We want to talk to but i know a lot of us here. We feel like lacking help everybody. There's so many different people that i can assist. I'm not saying you can't help them but start off getting more hyperfocused. That's what i did in practice by practice really started off as really focusing on weight loss and then transitioned to start to really focus more on diabetes and cancer patients then so on and so forth but getting really good at one thing build your foundation by really focusing on getting micro another one games in hobbies video games specifically then from there we could drill down sports video games and their people again six figure incomes talking about video games sports video games from there specifically sports video games for xbox the more that we can drill down the more people start to here okay. They're talking specifically to me by number four. This one is huge. This is the one that took me from things. We're kind of really slow going at first year of the model health show and we were getting like a couple of hundred downloads a day. It was amazing at the time for me but i knew wait a minute. There should be thousands of people listening tens of thousands millions but when i first started i started with the intention mentioned that i'm speaking to millions of people like from episode one and literally thousands of people every single week go back and listen to my first episode and i have almost four hundred episodes ourselves and they listened from one every single day..

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"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Following the formula. I'm giving you guys is and so with their structure is because his him c._j. His business partner and carl who really runs tech behind the scenes they have this interesting dynamic right there and they start to show off their structure is catch up the all caught up with each other talk about current events. That's going on in each other's lives then they move into a segment called. There are file and basically c._j. Puts out a fair afoul scenario and one of the latest ones was he never really confessed to his wife that he does this this whenever they go to a store together he'll go in like teller just continue shopping in heels behind a young lady so he can kinda flirt with her to get a discount he was saying is it fair afoul and then they get into a debate about it. The audience starts chiming in as well sending in messages. Do you guys think it was fair. Is that fair sure. I mean he's not like deuce bigalow like selling his body. You know what i'm saying so they do that and they move into the subject matter specific context they wanna get to business idea something to share because they're in business in speaking and then from there they do the dougie of the day nugget of the day to close the show right so that's that's their structure if you're not coming out intentionally having a structure you're really setting yourself up for failure. Even if you like all organic you still have structure. You know just like random. Shit happens in what you're doing. You're the random show and so if you come with some actual structure might throw people off but be intentional about it and consistent instant about it. Delivery is another macro thing that you could work on and so what do i mean by this. There's two parts number. One is is the delivery of the content itself. So how are you doing this for me. In my space they are people who do interviews the interview experts in their space face. That's their means of delivering the content. There are some people who just they are the talent. That's like show they're the ones doing solo shows and delivering the content or there's also somebody like christine hassler. She takes her live coaching calls. She's one of the top personal coaches in the world and she will literally poster <unk> her coaching calls with clients on her show of course with their permission so it's another way that she's delivering the content and so for me when i started it was really unique because i was doing a mixture sure of interviews and solo shows and i can actually test and see the metrics and i see that my solo shows when i'm doing masterclasses on particular subject matters. Those are the most downloaded episodes so that's not something i want to let go of but now a lot of people do this and they'll do a mixture of both so really thinking intentionally like how am my delivering the content. What is my lane. What am i choosing to do and you could be again innovate. If you're doing speaking i saw guy yesterday who mentioned that he's doing some speaking and you can take your live talks that you're doing and you can post on your podcasts or your youtube channel or your blog whatever the case might be and also with delivery livery so we've got a lot of different podcasts platforms. We've got spotify. We've got stitcher. We've got apple podcasts right now. A a lot of these organizations are signing people to exclusive deals that they're only on their platform and sometimes you know these are six and seven figure deals and so oh it's constantly deciding. How am i going to deliver this to my audience. Do you wanna create your own app like people exclusively to get your app in order to get the show..

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"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"I am so excited to get this particular episode out to you unexcited because the person's will not about to make you listen to is someone who is so so charismatic on sage in fact. She is the guy who got me excited about. Solving the mind valley podcast in the first place backstory in shawn stevenson is an incredible author and broadcaster islam casts immortal held show which you should be subscribed to is one of my favorite podcast out there by far in this one of the trump podcast in the world right now is focused on how but it's also also focused on a remarkable story my favorite episode of the model podcasts episode where he goes through the history of this cola he goes through the history of coca cola sprite and all of these other drinks that billions of people put into their bodies and when you understand that his is a fascinating but you understand the manipulation that goes on behind the scenes to make you put so much hyper sponsor deal and that is what i love about sean style style. He is just so brilliant at getting these messages out now in this episode of the mind body or cast brought on sean to discuss something something that he knows best which is how to stop your own podcast and the same ideas here apply. If you want to stop a youtube chat so listen to this talk. This talk was delivered at nine bally's eighth incorrigible the particular theme of this as as was growing your influence. It was for anyone out there who wanted to grow the audience size our reach for themselves for the of this and sean across was the number one name on myanmar hi my when i asked myself who can i put on stage that did teach us all how to build a world-class forecasts so again if you are thinking about growing growing you instagram following or building podcasts or starting a youtube channel the idea you're going to hear here will apply to you. This is not just for podcasting stick shawn's method of thinking this philosophy here applies to matter what type of audience you're trying to build and in today's world but they said body insists assist matter in a way all of us get to be a media company what and whether you're trying to get out or service or even just grand yourself the next job interview being able to have an audience truly matters so listen to this podcast. Take a lot of notes and i wanna give you one tip. If you're driving i mean obviously listened to the podcast and trump remember as much as you can put it in action..

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"shawn stevenson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"shawn stevenson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Had like the celery and parsley things would never eat in start to get that intelligence in my body and started change my palate and so i've learned like okay we do have these supplements climent but the food is really the biggest thing because of like this bioavailable more bioavailable nutrients like i really kinda start to click these things together me being my i best subject was really like math in in signs you know but not like biology <unk>. I hated it. I don't understand why we dissecting fucking worm. The you know in the because it didn't wasn't relevant to me and so but my analytical nature i started to ask questions and i just realized wait. This supplement was just invented like last week. Versus food like people have been eating this grass fed beef for thousands of years so i started to just go and eat more of the foods at the nutrients senate and not still doing some supplements but that's when really things shifted so it was both but the nutrition took longer like i i kind of like fiddled with it a while the exercise part was the thing that i really went into. What do you see the biggest. Excuse people make when you're trying to help them like the the person that you're dealing with that does really struggling and not making progress yet such a good question man you know this is the first thing jumps to mind was it's they're. They're they blame other people you know they don't have the support of the people are making it difficult for them. He knows their kid. I i would do that but i don't have a fridge at work. Yeah do that but my wife. She's not going to help not gonna cook cook different from me. You just like my husband. He's always frying. Whatever or you know like and so. That's what it is. It's nice to just do that. Just take all the blame shut off on other people and that's what goes back to what changed. My life was like taking responsibility <hes> but i understand how easy it is point fingers. Yeah you know and the crazy and this is why the i even got to a point in my practice whenever i could. I wouldn't just talk to the patient listen. I would have like their significant other. Come along too so we can all talk about this shit together so we can get onto an accord. You know because a lot of times. It's just that that comfort the same thing in a relationship. It's not that they're trying to sabotage. You know your success but they're comfortable with who you are where you are right now themselves you know even though they want you to get better but that's going to push up against them as well and their their belief about who they are. Maybe they need to improve and of course there's like fear ear envy involved as well like people leaving you in these kind of crazy things your spouse lose fifty pounds whereas that leave you right yeah so you know just getting people in the household together are there on the same accord and then pointing out excuses that we give like you said like. I don't have a refrigerator work. There's like the reason one hundred pounds overweight excessive. You knows like literally we can go from like here. Bring a mini fridge to your job..

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"shawn stevenson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"shawn stevenson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Then. He told me he's gonna simeon for <hes> m._r._i. My spine. I'm i literally mike but my leg hurts like what the what you mean yeah because i didn't get it there any of this was connected and so he put the morale for me to see and he showed me i two ruptured discs as well because there were so degenerated l four or five one and he told me that i had the spine of an eight eight year old man when i was not a healthy eight year old man and the thing marxist like maybe ten years from that his disk look fantastic but anyway so so <hes> yeah i i was happy because i was like okay now. I know it's wrong and so but i want to ask him. What can we do to fix it. He laid he looked at me like us from another planet and he was like like this. You know there's nothing new about this. This is something that happens and i'm sorry happen to you and is was one of the biggest miracles in my life life because i don't know where the question came from because i had no idea that matter but i asked him. Does this have anything to do with what i'm eating and he i mean he he looked at me like i literally just came from another from uranium area fifty one is so he looked at me like just like this. This has any told me. This has nothing to do with what you're eating and little. Did i know it had everything to do with whereas eating made out of just the worst possible possible you know and so bottom line long story short for me. It took two years before i started asking different questions because all it did from that point took twenty. Two twenty two was asked why me why won't they help me. I've been to this doctor and went to four different doctors total and they all gave me the same story and they were telling me. There's nothing you can do about this. I'm sorry you know this is just something that happens and it took me two years before i took responsibility for myself and just like let me find out about my body because i live here and i didn't know a thing about myself in so i this like with the doctor google you know and the internet was kinda. Just this pop in a time now and i just was like looking at like what what are what are bones made of what are your disk made of asking different questions and i found out my intervertebral disc disc that were so degenerated their most water a big portion of it but here's what what was so interesting is that there is there called their non vascular that means is in water and nutrients. Don't get their directly. It's a process called. Remote diffusion so bottom line is your body puts a lower priority on the head the the health of your disc versus other things in your body like your brain. If you bring in any water scotto their first for your blood <hes> in came across some research researchers found that when your body's deficient in these key nutrients it will literally leach from your bones and from your spine one of the first places at your body will go and take those minerals to eighty processes like clotting your blood. Maybe that's what happens when you're sick like your back hurts when you're sick you back at stiff neck that type of thing ever thought about that but <unk> but could be related to stem cells and things like that but and so for me i realise it wow like i've been doing this to myself like this is my fault. It's not just something anthem at happens or being. There are things that do happen are absolutely but i realized that i put the responsibility of myself and caring for myself off on all these other people external to me we even if they meant well. They don't they don't do this stuff for me. They can't they're not like spoon feeding me and so once i started to find all of these different nutrients insana found out what like my bones all i knew about calcium because marketing <hes> are found out like there's like twenty five other things many of them might be more important than calcium for for aiding in the development art bones and sell..

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"shawn stevenson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"shawn stevenson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Had like the celery and parsley things would never eat in start to get that intelligence in my body and started change my palate and so i've learned like okay we do have these supplements climent but the food is really the biggest thing because of like this bioavailable more bioavailable nutrients like i really kinda start to click these things together me being my i best subject was really like math in in signs you know but not like biology <unk>. I hated it. I don't understand why we dissecting fucking worm. The you know in the because it didn't wasn't relevant to me and so but my analytical nature i started to ask questions and i just realized wait. This supplement was just invented like last week. Versus food like people have been eating this grass fed beef for thousands of years so i started to just go and eat more of the foods at the nutrients senate and not still doing some supplements but that's when really things shifted so it was both but the nutrition took longer like i i kind of like fiddled with it a while the exercise part was the thing that i really went into. What do you see the biggest. Excuse people make when you're trying to help them like the the person that you're dealing with that does really struggling and not making progress yet such a good question man you know this is the first thing jumps to mind was it's they're. They're they blame other people you know they don't have the support of the people are making it difficult for them. He knows their kid. I i would do that but i don't have a fridge at work. Yeah do that but my wife. She's not going to help not gonna cook cook different from me. You just like my husband. He's always frying. Whatever are you know like and so. That's what it is. It's nice to just do that. Just take all the blame shut off on other people and that's what goes back to what changed. My life was like taking responsibility <hes> but i understand how easy it is point fingers. Yeah you know and the crazy and this is why the i even got to a point in my practice whenever i could. I wouldn't just talk to the patient listen. I would have like their significant other. Come along too so we can all talk about this shit together so we can get onto an accord. You know because a lot of times. It's just that that comfort the same thing in a relationship. It's not that they're trying to sabotage. You know your success but they're comfortable with who you are where you are right now themselves you know even though they want you to get better but that's going to push up against them as well and their their belief about who they are. Maybe they need to improve and of course there's like fear ear envy involved as well like people leaving you in these kind of crazy things your spouse lose fifty pounds whereas that leave you right yeah so you know just getting people in the household together are there on the same accord and then pointing out excuses that we give like you said like. I don't have a refrigerator work. There's like the reason one hundred pounds overweight excessive. You knows like literally we can go from like here. Bring a mini fridge to your job..

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"shawn stevenson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"shawn stevenson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Then. He told me he's gonna simeon for <hes> m._r._i. My spine. I'm i literally mike but my leg hurts like what the what you mean yeah because i didn't get it there any of this was connected and so he put the morale for me to see and he showed me i two ruptured discs as well because there were so degenerated l four or five one and he told me that i had the spine of an eight eight year old man when i was not a healthy eight year old man and the thing marxist like maybe ten years from that his disk look fantastic but anyway so so <hes> yeah i i was happy because i was like okay now. I know it's wrong and so but i want to ask him. What can we do to fix it. He laid he looked at me like us from another planet and he was like like this. You know there's nothing new about this. This is something that happens and i'm sorry happen to you and is was one of the biggest miracles in my life life because i don't know where the question came from because i had no idea that matter but i asked him. Does this have anything to do with what i'm eating and he i mean he he looked at me like i literally just came from another from uranium area fifty one is so he looked at me like just like this. This has any told me. This has nothing to do with what you're eating and little. Did i know it had everything to do with whereas eating made out of just the worst possible possible you know and so bottom line long story short for me. It took two years before i started asking different questions because all it did from that point took twenty. Two twenty two was asked why me why won't they help me. I've been to this doctor and went to four different doctors total and they all gave me the same story and they were telling me. There's nothing you can do about this. I'm sorry you know this is just something that happens and it took me two years before i took responsibility for myself and just like let me find out about my body because i live here and i didn't know a thing about myself in so i this like with the doctor google you know and the internet was kinda. Just this pop in a time now and i just was like looking at like what what are what are bones made of what are your disk made of asking different questions and i found out my intervertebral disc disc that were so degenerated their most water a big portion of it but here's what what was so interesting is that there is there called their non vascular that means is in water and nutrients. Don't get their directly. It's a process called. Remote diffusion so bottom line is your body puts a lower priority on the head the the health of your disc versus other things in your body like your brain. If you bring in any water scotto their first for your blood <hes> in came across some research researchers found that when your body's deficient in these key nutrients it will literally leach from your bones and from your spine one of the first places at your body will go and take those minerals to eighty processes like clotting your blood. Maybe that's what happens when you're sick like your back hurts when you're sick you back at stiff neck that type of thing ever thought about that but <unk> but could be related to stem cells and things like that but and so for me i realise it wow like i've been doing this to myself like this is my fault. It's not just something anthem at happens or being. There are things that do happen are absolutely but i realized that i put the responsibility of myself and caring for myself off on all these other people external to me we even if they meant well. They don't they don't do this stuff for me. They can't they're not like spoon feeding me and so once i started to find all of these different nutrients insana found out what like my bones all i knew about calcium because marketing <hes> are found out like there's like twenty five other things many of them might be more important than calcium for for aiding in the development art bones and sell..

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"shawn stevenson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"shawn stevenson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Interesting when you start to somebody comes to you and they're like hey man. I'm heavier than i wanna be. I need need help. You write out your are extra prescription has like hey you need to sleep better and they come back and they're like i haven't lost any weight yet in like any to sleep better they come back and he needed to sleep better and you keep saying it over and over again you finally start to get them to sleep better and this is something i've been communicating with people for a long time not so much about sleep and i don't know nearly the amount that you know when it comes to sleep but what i do know is that so many people in their effort to lose weight or in their effort to like feel healthier feel better they're going to the gym and they're really they're working faces off here and they are sleep deprived and not only are they sleep deprived and working their faces off but they're also calorie deprived and so each day is a really hard battle for them. They might do pretty good for two days or the three days. Then they fall off they go out with their buddies have a drink or whatever it might be and they kind of keep repeating the cycle and they really are working really really hard and i would say the majority of the time they're probably putting in you know seventy eighty percent of the time it probably pretty good here but pretty good isn't enough to kind of swing all those hormones moans in your favor to get you going and i've been trying to share with people as like. Let's figure out your sleep. Let's figure out your food. I have people eat more and they come back to me and i cannot even understand understand how this is working right because it doesn't make sense from what we hear with the calories in calories out debate you being a nutritionist kind. Of where do you stand stand. <hes> in terms of nutrition and you know what do you recommend. Oh man this is. This is huge man. <hes> i got into focus on asleep a necessity. I just didn't see anything in the market that made sense for people but man for me. Food was my bridge to change in my life you know and i think it's a really powerful onramp because could something we all do and we interact with you know multiple times a day consciously will unconsciously too sometimes but you know this is a very simple thing. Uh when i i went to a traditional university and i was taught by my overweight professor to have people expend more calories than they take in thermodynamics pyramid the whole thing like it was strong seven to eleven servings of whole grains. A day in man was following this advice. He was working hard he didn't they want to be in the state that i resent and for me. I didn't even know that food matter like that. I took the class.

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"shawn stevenson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"shawn stevenson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I'm just coming here was just an obvious would move sooner. If my son he was in high school though so i just let him finish and so you just moved from saint louis to los angeles. That's that's a big a big culture shock. Join the food because i know like in in saint louis. It's it's way different because i used to live on east coast from new york originally and even when i go back home and visit family you know it's it's a big deal about ordering food at restaurants and stuff like that 'cause i'm from a smaller area upstate new york and if you try to order like aig egg whites. We try to get something different here. They kind of look at you twice but here in l._a. Is easy to get good food. Grant omar gosh. The access is incredible man. So is this rolling okay a._m. But yeah i grew up on a lot of people say a shitty growing up but i mean i'm like you got to. We need a salad till i was in my twenties. The first time i eat a salad while you know unfortunately my grandma snuck in brooklyn like put some velveeta cheese on and got that that in my body but like i have my birthday party at mcdonald's and just like you know when you're younger. Your parents want you to eat something a lot of times too and especially like grandparents because i live with my grandma's about seven. It's like food is like a communication of love in a sense you know and so she's wanting to eat stuff. I like so a lot of fish sticks macaroni and cheese. Just you know kind of had that whole thing and when i think about going to a restaurant i think about po- folks. I don't know if you know that restaurant. They might not have one of the east coast. It was just like you know fried fish and it sounds like good eating the meals guy man but they all you can eat shrimp and i was just shoveling shoveling man like i remember the waitress coming by the table and gobbled up all this shrimp and then she thought we were stealing it is just like pointed his little kids as like now. Is this little little garbage yeah. What do you think of <hes> like a loppy made. I've heard you mentioned this a bunch of times at but <hes> i've heard you mentioned being like neurotic. You know towards like what kind of water you're drinking and what kind of food you're eating and <hes> your parent of three apparent of to man. I i got a hard. I i don't say anything i bite my tongue. You know because i've i've taught my kids since they were very young about nutrition and now they're teenagers agers and we're getting into their teenage years and i'm kind of like i'm just gonna like let them make their own decisions. You know some trying to let it go but i hear them order kokin looking. I'm like i can barely hear it. You know i could barely stand how do you how do you handle it for yourself and for your family sure you know was so awesome man and i would <music>. I'm so grateful for my older self my older version of me because i wasn't arrived like i went all the way to the other extreme from like eating the shittiest food possible to everything. Everything had to be a certain way. Even my water like you mentioned like i was going to spring in gathering water like some kind of you know <hes>. What does that michael landon <hes> what does that this show the the prairie little into a pond and stuff. I always think about intro to this show. Do you remember that meet. Turn the t._v. Off but anyways disrespect anybody love your show but man. I got so erotic i did <hes> but that's a great thing too is that i'm willing to experiment so i did like five years vegan three years raw food. Just i didn't eat anything cooked not cooked morsel food pass pass. My lips and i live in missouri. Get hard core winter's too you know and just like.

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"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"Welcome to the shalini show she lena's new york times bestselling author celebrity fitness trainer eight obsessed with helping you lick your dream life hey guys thanks so much for joining me on this live edition reported of this aline show i'm with my friend shawn stevenson really excited to be here with him today you know sean because he's been a regular featured guest whether he's been on my show me referring to him because he's really someone who's helped bring awareness to how important sleep is to your health and what i love about sean and his show the model hell show is we share a common belief about health that it's so much more than working out absolute here and you're here today to help understand fat loss is in just about your workout or your nutrition has a lot to do with your habits absolutely yeah how you start your day really does play a huge role on which metabolism so can we talk about this stuff which is crazy so i hope you have a piece of paper i do these are the little things it's like the little things that people don't realize all add up every decision that we make has an impact on our health so we want to talk to you about your morning routine i think a lot of people that's a very stressful time for them definitely because you have kids oh my goodness you know forget about it you know but it was really how we start our days for a lot of us is in panic mode yeah i know and we really miss out on the fact that you know how you start your day says the tone for your entire day but just a pre caveat yeah a great morningstar's tonight before which we talked about in your show then the show notes yeah i'm talking about your sleep quality but i want to share with you today when i go through the six fs that you can utilize to really maximize fat loss maximizing productivity maximize the function of your brain and just keep it together through the day so love so let's get right to it awesome to the good stuff what's your.

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"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The Model Health Show

The Model Health Show

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"shawn stevenson" Discussed on The Model Health Show

"You are now listening to the model show with shawn stevenson for more visit the model health show dot com welcome to the motto host show this is finished intrusion experts john stevenson and i'm so grateful retuning today on this episode we're talking about something that is truly icon iq in our culture it's tied to a sense of happiness since it would venture even but also the dark side today we're going through the history of soda i we're going to travel along this time line and take a look at some of the fascinating aspects of this very very popular beverage that's embedded itself into our society global sales of carbonated soft drinks are about three hundred fifty billion all right that's what the be a billion per year ness according to industry reports from grand view research now two of the top fifty companies in the world in the world are soda companies are coca cola and pepsi co are they're up against huge tech company he's like google and apple therapy against card companies financial companies like wells fargo j p morgan never right there in the mix with giants because they are giant all right so and would you believe that sodas actually started off as something that was seen as a medicine right it start off with these kind of good intentions to help people to feel better to heal from different ailments so we're gonna go through all of that today is going to be incredibly fascinating but you also gonna get some huge insights some actionable things to go along with it as well as we always do.

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