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January 08, 2017

Episode 49: Chahan Yeretzian, Coffee Chemist


Chahan Yeretzian, coffee chemistLet's dive deep into coffee!  Apparently most of the (admittedly limited) information I had was wrong, especially on freshness.  Here's Chahan Yeretzian, a professional coffee chemist, on coffee quality, advice to students, and how his coffee is made for him 6-8 times per day.  Enjoy! View full article →
August 10, 2016

Episode 48: Bob Gannon, World Flying Adventure

Bob Gannon on the Paleo Treats Podcast
Ready to listen to the embodiment of curiosity?
  Bob flew around the world two and a half times in a plane about the size of a Ford F-250.  He’s visited a few hundred countries and the “accomplished” side of his bucket list reads like a compilation of any 5 normal people. View full article →
July 16, 2016

Episode 47: Brad Barlage

Brad BarlageA superb climber (redpointed 5.14), a real adventurer (kite skiing Baffin Island with Andrew McClean), a dog lover, and the kind of dude who is willing to build his life based on the "do the right thing always" mantra that marks so many of my mentors. View full article →
June 30, 2016

Episode 46: Gavin McClurg and Adventuring Excellence

Gavin McClurg, paragliderHey, I thought paragliding was boring too.  Boy was I wrong!  If you're into adventuring, whether it's kayaking, sailing, kite surfing, or paragliding, you'll probably dig Gavin McClurg's take on the world.  
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March 30, 2016

Episode 45: The Anderson Brothers on Training for Rock Climbing

In this episode of the Paleo Treats podcast we talk about where the Anderson brothers learned about hard work, why climbing satisfies so many human cravings, and what stops most climbers from becoming better. View full article →
February 07, 2016

Episode 44: Skymind & Artificial Intelligence

Want to know about Artificial Intelligence?  In this podcast we talk with former New York Times writer Chris Nicholson about the company he helped found, Skymind, and what's going on in the fascinating world of machine learning.  Enjoy the show! View full article →
September 22, 2015

Episode 43: Going deep with Peter Defty

 

Peter Defty's biplane in Guatemala

Peter Defty from Vespa Power rejoins us and shares the life that brought him to be on the leading edge of fat burning performance.  From his early days hunting and butchering animals on the farm to flying a biplane all over Guatemala as a young man to his current day job working to bring Vespa & OFM to performance driven athletes, this is a deep dive into a fascinating life.  Enjoy!

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September 10, 2015

Episode 42: David Easton, Rammed Earth Master

 

An amazing house built of rammed earth by master David Easton.

David Easton builds "museum quality, visual masterpiece walls that happen to support the roof."  His medium is rammed earth, he's been doing this for 40 years, and if you've ever loved any kind of architecture or building you'll dig this show.

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July 27, 2015

Episode 41: Charlie Glass - Broadcaster, Journalist, Author

Charlie Glass, podcast
While you might not think a journalist has any connection to Paleo, these story tellers are vital to one of what we believe are the 7 Pillars of Paleo, and that's Community.  Without someone to tell our stories we remain individuals only aware of those we know personally; people like Charlie allow us to know and come to understand other communities living in wildly different worlds. View full article →
July 10, 2015

Episode 40: Brian Mackenzie

Brian Mackenzie
Of all the paths to excellence, perhaps the most reliable is one based on the importance of personal responsibility.  In this podcast, Brian Mackenzie from CrossFit Endurance shares with us what drove him from being a broken down ex-swimmer getting crushed on the run sections of the triathlon to one of the foremost minds in cross training for endurance. View full article →
July 02, 2015

Episode 39: Peter Defty & OFM

Peter Defty from Vespa Power
Peter Defty of VespaPower goes through the OFM (Optimized Fat Metabolism) pyramid in this fact-packed podcast.  Peter is a long time student of endurance performance and specifically the effects of nutrition and goes through the whole process of transitioning from being a carb burner to a fat burner. View full article →
June 23, 2015

Episode 38: Ian Dunican, Student of Sleep

Ian Dunican
Ian Dunican joins us today to talk about one of his favorite subjects (other than jiu-jitsu and ultra running), which is sleep.  He's currently working on a PhD at the University of Western Australia (UWA) focused on the question, "Can you use sleep as a performance enhancer?" View full article →
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