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Learn the Spartan mindset. Founder & CEO of Spartan Race and NY Times best-selling author, travels the globe seeking and answers authors, academics, athletes, adventurers, entrepreneurs, CEOs and thought leaders. It will shift your thinking, make you laugh and and give you the tools you need. He’s on a mission to find the secrets to success in all aspects of life. Not only does Joe interview epic people, he has brought together an amazing panel to break down and analyze every aspect of these ...
 
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Brian Nunez, IDEA World Fitness Personal Trainer of the year in 2019 and owner of FNS Training Center, talks to us about how your purpose drives you the hardest, not just your passion. “If people are having a tough time and struggling with it, ‘I hate social media, my engagement is down, this is set.’ It's like, because that's exposing the truth of…
 
West Point Performance Psychology Director Dr. Nate Zinnser talkies with Spartan founder and CEO Joe De Sena about tactics he uses with high performers and shares an easy daily self assessment tool you can use at home. Dr. ZInsser’s Book “The Confident Mind” https://amzn.to/3fX6FZi Joe De Sena’s Parenting book “10 Rules for Mental Toughness for Fam…
 
Sarah Wilson and Josh Clemente break down the impact of sugar in our diet and how to reduce our dependence on it. “I don’t have the numbers off the top of my head, but it’s something like, we’re now eating 100 pounds of sugar per year, per person, and previously it was, I think, on the order of 1-3 pounds…it’s essentially two orders of magnitude hi…
 
Amy Culp, RD, CSSD, LD, CEDRD, tells us about getting the right nutrients in your day. “What are you hungry for? What’s going to scratch that satisfaction piece of nutrition, while we’re also scratching the nutrition side of filling your plate? So there’s nutrition, and then there’s satisfaction. And if you’re never thinking about the satisfaction,…
 
You’ve seen the iconic photo of the 1967 Boston Marathon race official attacking female registered racer Kathrine Switzer. She went on to become the first registered racer to complete the Boston Marathon and continues to believe in the power of running to change lives. She and Joe De Sena, founder and CEO of Spartan, find they have a lot in common.…
 
Adam Alter, author of "Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked," Dr. Amishi Jha, author of "Peak Mind: Find Your Focus, Own Your Attention," and Nir Eyal, author of "Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products" and "Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life," help us put down our…
 
Amy Culp Performance Nutrition RD, CSSD, LD says “I always tell people, the weight will take care of itself when you focus on your healthy habits, you focus on your fitness. So many people focus too much on the weight and on the scale,” she is the President of the Collegiate & Professional Sports Dietetics Association, Director of Sports Performanc…
 
Joe talks about a few of the big projects he and the team have been working on to spread the message of grit and resilience, drops in a superpowered sleep and focus tip from Andrew Huberman, and closes with a 2022 message to all of you. PLUS the first stories from behind the scenes of the new CNBC show “No Retreat” that premiere’s this February. Th…
 
“I took notice to some of the other dads, and I saw that as soon as life, you know, quote unquote, life happens, they just stopped everything, aside from work and sitting down. Meaning they stopped being fit, they stopped trying to be strong. They stopped trying to develop themselves, not just physically, but mentally…They just let it go,” says Zac…
 
“Coach each other. You may not have a certification, but put that coaching hat on. Like, ‘Hey, you want to go to class today with me?’ My wife went to a cycle class this morning at 5:00 AM. She had a friend, she asked her, ‘Do you want to go with me?’ And it’s really, really hard to say no to that,” says Yancy Culp, co-host of the DEKA Series and C…
 
Joe’s Best podcast Lessons of 2021 Joe De Sena discusses 5 lessons from the 2021 Spartan Up season. You can ALWAYS come back from failure, friends who stand by you but tell you the hard truth really help. Human connection is critical, and shared struggle is the fastest way to build it. Save the fun for later, play the LONG game. Freedom is complica…
 
Joe - “You woke up one day and you were like, ‘I’m done, I’m not going to the bar?’” Anders Varner - “Yeah, it was, like, pretty much exactly like that.” In this episode, we look back to some classic episodes to help you figure out your mission going into the new year and letting go of your negative lifestyle. In this episode you’ll learn… Understa…
 
“The thing I think that's true, no matter where you live or who you are, most people in the fitness community are going to cheer for you and push you to be better because they're pushing themselves to be better,” says April Lauren, who is on a journey to lose 200 lbs, and to live each day a little brighter than the day before. Today Yancy and Jarod…
 
Nutritional Psychiatry. Dr. Uma Naidoo, a Harvard-trained psychiatrist, Professional Chef, and trained Nutrition Specialist, offers simple tips to help you stay on track. She's the Director of Nutritional and Lifestyle Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital and wrote the best seller "This Is Your Brain on Food." She joins Joe De Sena, founder…
 
“The thing about negative thoughts, though, is that they can become barriers to us moving forward and achieving the things that we want, when we listen to them. Negative thoughts are a bit, a little bit like seeds, right? We plant them in our brain. But if we attend to them, right? And if we water them through that attention, they will grow and the…
 
“The trajectory of everything, everything that was going on in the world, my emotional state, that if I didn’t put my foot down, that I was going to be someone on TV…someone on TV where they’re so heavy that they’re completely immobile. And I did not want that,” says April Lauren, who is on a journey to lose 200 lbs, and to live each day a little b…
 
You can build your capacity for attention and focus, just like you build your muscles. Today's guest Dr. Amishi Jha is a professor of psychology at the University of Miami and is the Director of Contemplative Neuroscience for the Mindfulness Research and Practice Initiative, which she co-founded in 2010. Her work has been featured at NATO, the Worl…
 
“Start grading yourself Sunday night. But know, your grade’s going to be shxtty, a lot, if you set yourself up for failure,” says Yancy Culp, co-host of the DEKA Series. Today Yancy and Jarod are going to tell you how to get back to your old regimen or begin completely fresh before the new year. In this episode, you’ll learn: - How to overcome the …
 
The Food Babe, Vani Hari, lived on soda, fast food, and processed food (the typical American diet.) It landed her in a hospital. That's when the research on food ingredients, additives, and chemicals that became "the Food Babe" began. Vani and Joe De Sena, founder and CEO of Spartan, share a passion for clean food, even when it has become socially …
 
Sleep is the platform that all good health sits upon, says Dr. Kirk Parsley. A Navy SEAL who became an MD "Doc Parsley" found that almost all the high-performing patients he worked with had sleep issues. The more he studied it, the more he found out about the importance of sleep for resilience and performance. Today he talks with Joe De Sena, Spart…
 
“The nervous system in the body is very intelligent, and is based off of survival. Which means, it is going to find a way,” says Dr. Emily Splichal, Functional Podiatrist & Human Movement Specialist. Spartan Up Endurance Series host, Johnny Waite, talks with Dr. Emily Splichal about how your feet can be the foundation of opportunity and how to keep…
 
“You don’t want it to just be challenging for the most capable person in your formation, because then you’re going to crush everybody below them and they’re gonna feel awful. And you don’t want to just make it challenging for the less capable folks in your formation, because then you’re not going to challenge the folks up high. You have to consiste…
 
“But then after these events that you see as only having negative outcomes occur, after they happen, you can, oftentimes, look back and be like, 'Alright well that actually ended up being something that forced me to think about things in a completely different way, that challenged me and made me a lot better.' And that's how I view that now. Like, …
 
Joe - "What if your neighbor's kid started to see what--" "Then so be it. Right? I was cool with it. I mean, again, I wasn't chasing dollars, I was not trying to become famous, I was not trying to take over the world. I really just wanted to make a great product and share it with the world. And again, if it was one bottle or one million bottles, to…
 
Greek scientist Apostolos Atsalakis, founder of PNOE, and athlete Alex Wisch join Joe De Sena, founder of Spartan, to talk about metabolism, zone workouts, and VO2 max. Apo is the co-founder of PNOĒ which adapts a breath analysis test that was known for over a century, to allow the mass adoption of metabolic analysis (RMR and VO2Max testing). He gr…
 
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