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April 20, 2015

Episode 32: Mike Friton, Innovator Extraordinaire

Mike Friton, The Innovator
Mike Friton has been working as an innovator for over 30 years.  Known for his shoe designs and his extensive work with Nike, he's also helped smaller companies like Soft Star Shoes design minimalist shoes that support a healthy foot. View full article →
April 09, 2015

Episode 31: Professor Tim Noakes

Tim Noakes
"You must believe nothing."  So says Tim Noakes, one of the most well respected exercise scientists in the running world.  Author of Lore of Running and Waterlogged, Tim has radically changed his beliefs throughout the course of his 30+ year career, always in response to his own questions and the answers (or lack thereof) found in scientific literature.  From discussing why studies of 7 people aren't that useful to talking about his next big interest (infant nutrition), Tim is a wealth of information and well worth listening to on your next long drive. View full article →
April 08, 2015

Episode 30: Barry Murray, Sports Nutritionist

Barry Murray
Barry Murray is a sports nutritionist and coach for elite endurance athletes.  His main focus is on adapting athletes to burn fat instead of carbs, and his work with Tour de France cyclists along with his own performances (several wins in ultra marathons) lend credence to his ideas.  In this podcast we discuss how long it takes to fat adapt, how fat adaptation is not the only part of athletic performance, and why you shouldn't go out and run 50k on no breakfast starting tomorrow morning. View full article →
April 03, 2015

Episode 29: Phil Maffetone on Purpose & Music

Phil Maffetone, part II
Phil Maffetone is back on the Paleo Treats Podcast, though this time we swing well away from athletic performance and into the realm of Purpose and Music.  Phil has had 2 major epiphanies in his life, the first took him down the path of becoming a world class coach and doctor.  The second drew him into the world of music and songwriting. View full article →
March 19, 2015

Episode 28: Phil Maffetone, Endurance Coach

Phil Maffetone
Our guest on this podcast is Dr. Phil Maffetone, coach of legendary athletes Mark Allen, Stu Mittelman, and Mario Andretti.  Phil has worked with more than just sporting greats, he's been an adviser to the military on how to make  B2 bomber pilots more effective, has worked with NASA and has even helped race horses improve their performance via heart rate training. View full article →
February 26, 2015

Episode 27: Matt Kuzdub from Train with PUSH

Matt Kuzdub on the PT Podcast
Ok, so you lift weights as part of your training routine.  How do you measure that?  Up until now, you could only measure what you did (the weight) and how many times (the sets and reps.)  Matt Kuzdub comes on the podcast today to talk about the PUSH armband which tracks how fast you did it; it's called velocity based training, and it opens up a new dimension in how you can train. View full article →
November 25, 2014

Episode 26: Brooks Kubik, round 2

We are stoked to welcome back Brooks "I like a black iron gym" Kubik, 5 time National Bench Press champ and prolific author in the Iron Game.  Brooks & I continue our conversation, this time heading into the territory of the mind... View full article →
November 09, 2014

Episode 25: Brooks Kubik

Brooks Kubik, ready to liftBrooks Kubik is a fan of pure strength along with what you might (if you were a CrossFitter) call "ultra heavy metcon." Heavy sandbags, barrels, car pushing, farmer's walks, and as many odd lifts as you can imagine make up Brooks' routines.  He's a 5 time National Champion in sub-masters bench press, so he's definitely not some armchair writer; this guy lives it.

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November 04, 2014

Why do we have a podcast (that doesn't talk about paleo desserts)?

Why are we in business - Paleo Treats signI spoke with Lloyd Kahn today in an attempt to get him to come on the Paleo Treats podcast. Lloyd is exactly the kind of guy whose ideas I want to share with you; well educated, former military (hey, the Air Force is still a part of the military!) and a total sustainable and small footprint true believer.

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October 06, 2014

Episode 24: Kevin Stacy & The Station Foundation

Kevin Stacy of The Station FoundationIn this podcast we speak with Kevin Stacy, former Army officer and 160th flier who has developed a program aimed specifically at helping the Spec Ops community post-combat.  Kevin talks about what he's doing with The Station Foundation, how it's different than other programs, and how you can help (if you're so inclined.) Enjoy!

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September 01, 2014

Episode 23: Sarah Red-Laird, The Bee Girl

Sarah Red-Laird, The Bee GirlSarah Red-Laird from joins us in an attempt to drill some very basic bee information into our heads. We talk about everything from the slowly receding threat of colony collapse disorder to beekeeping in the UK to a brief dive into the intricacies of the US subsidy system.  Enjoy!

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July 17, 2014

Episode 22: Pete Scobell, Traumatic Brain Injury, Combat, and Guitar

Pete Scobell, TBI spokesmanWe asked Pete to come on because of his work with treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and bringing awareness of what TBI is (a concussion) as well as the best ways we currently know to treat it.  Funnily enough, the most advance treatment for TBI sounds an awful lot like the 7 Pillars of Paleo. Pete talks about the National Intrepid Center of Excellence, The Fallen Heroes Fund, and a piece of music he wrote for the movie The Hornet's Nest. Enjoy!

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