In this episode, Lucas has a chat with Dr. Mary Pardee to explore key areas of human optimization. They talk all about immune biohacks, integrative medicine, preventative medicine and gut health. Mary also discusses the critical role of thyroid function and metabolic hacks. Mary has years of clinical experience and is a wealth of knowledge.
In this episode of Getcha Rocks Off, Mick and Jon look at the glue that keeps rock n' roll together.... no, not the drugs...the managers! From Colonel Tom Parker and Don Arden, to Peter Grant, Peter Mensch, Doc McGhee and Alan Niven...the boys cover them all.
In this episode, Lucas speaks with Steve Glaveski, founder of innovation consultancy Collective Campus, NoFilter media, host of the Future Squared podcast, and author of new book, Time Rich: Do Your Best Work, Live Your Best Life. They discuss how you can get twice as much done in half the time, differentiating yourself in business, mindset, and so much more.
In this episode, Lucas has a chat with Gaige Clark, the founder of Qwerky Science. They discuss different serotonin receptors, the NMDA receptor, Dynorphins/Addiction, Psychedelics, and psychoactive foods. This episode is a prelude to the world’s best online Nootropic/Cosmetic Neurology Masterclass that is currently being developed by Lucas Aoun.
Join Mick Wall and his guest co-host, author and journalist Jon Hotten, as they do their first Greatest Frontmen of All-Time episode on the one and only Mr. David Coverdale, of Deep Purple and Whitesnake fame.
In this episode, Lucas has a chat with Ryan Carter, the man behind @Livevitae, where they discuss all things nutrition, lifestyle hacks, nutritional science. They explore the current trending diets such as the carnivore diet and vegan diet.
In this episode, Lucas invites Dr. Benjamin Bikman onto the show to discuss Metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance. They talk about intermittent fasting, high protein diets, high sugar diets and other lifestyle habits.
Join Mick Wall and his guest co-host, author and journalist Jon Hotten, as they jump into a DeLorean and venture back in time to the spandex and AquaNet hairspray-adorned Sunset Strip of West Hollywood in the '80s.
In this episode, Lucas has a chat with Jake Carter, to discuss all things fear, healing and immune health. Jake unmasks many truths and dispels overinflated myths. Jake is an independent researcher who has a mission to educate and awaken the masses.
Gentlemen. The wait is over. If you’re looking for PERMANENT erection enhancements then look no further. Lucas interviews Stephanie Wolff from the biggest Erectile Dysfunction clinic in North America. She explains how this device can improve blood flow and erection quality, which is based on multiple clinical trials.
In this episode, Lucas chats with fellow aspiring Naturopathic doctor, to discuss nutrition, health and wellness. We discover nutritional medicine interventions, herbal therapies, detoxification and much more. Tune in to find out some lifestyle behaviours, that lead to ultimate health and wellbeing.
In the fourth installment of the Weekly, Shay and Steve discuss Trump using Triller, Apples and Pears, PC culture, Kamala Harris' endorsement of biological males playing in womens' sports, and Lionel Messi wanting out of Barcelona FC.
In this episode, Shay and Steve discuss the Phoenix Suns 6-0 run, the Reboots of Ren & Stimpy, and Bill & Ted, Filter Bubbles and Music, Identity Politics and Seth Rogen, the 45 Days for Tiktok as well as the new Battle of the Bands podcast.
In this episode of The Alley-Oop Show, Drewy and Copes discuss the NBA season resumption, the LA Lakers vs LA Clippers, DBook's clutch shot buzzer-beater over the clippers, THAT tomato, NBL signings as well as a very special interview with associate head coach for the Arkansas Razorbacks men's basketball team, David Patrick.
In this episode, Lucas invites Krystian Sarzynski, a high-performance coach, to go chat about some highly philosophical and deep topics around motivation, reward systems, mindset, biomechanics, posture and more. Krystian dove into the research on nutrition and optimal biomechanics at an early age, he did this out of desperation for finding answers to his many injuries… The injuries not only threatened his ability to achieve his dreams in soccer but also stripped him of his identity. As every professional he encountered was telling him that injuries are a normal part of being an explosive athlete, he stopped looking at what was common and began the search for what was possible.