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The Bledsoe Show

The show formerly known as "Bledsopia" On this podcast, you’ll learn from thought leaders who are dedicating their lives to being a positive force for your physical, psycho-emotional and spiritual health. Your host, Mike Bledsoe, seeker of truth & perpetual student, spotlights premier thought leaders in the fields of emotional & intellectual expansion, behavior change, sexuality & alternative medicine that empower you with the tools and inspiration to transform your mind, body, & spirit. Every week, this is your opportunity to get downloads from exceptional people that will guide you to the connections between your own source, to live your best life & enjoy the process.
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Sep 9, 2019

Dr. Lynn Marie Morski is a physician, attorney, and life-long quitting enthusiast. She practices medicine at the Veterans Administration and shares her love of strategic quitting through speaking, coaching, and her podcast Quit Happens. Her goal is to pass on the strategic quitting skills she's developed to help people go from settling to succeeding. When she's not doctoring, lawyering, or evangelizing quitting, Dr. Morski is also a certified yoga instructor, trains the Brazilian martial art of capoeira, plays guitar and bass, and dances like everyone is watching.

Sep 2, 2019

In this special bonus episode, Mark England and I got interviewed by Josh Trent. We discover the connections between our emotions and healthy habits to live our best life and enjoy the process.

Aug 26, 2019

In this episode. we have Mike Salemi. Mike specializes in human performance and is a sought after international presenter in the field of health and fitness.

We talk about his experience in The Strong Coach Summit, his fascination towards tools such as Kettlebells & Bulgarian Bags, and so much more. Enjoy!

Aug 19, 2019
In this episode, we have Scott Hussa, facilitator and Director of retreats at Soltara. Soltara's mission is to empower you in becoming fully embodied through working with the Amazonian plant medicine ayahuasca.
 
We talk about his journey from his first experience of the ceremony to being a facilitator, the stigma around ayahuasca and the profound changes in mind and body after the ceremony. Enjoy!
Aug 12, 2019

In this episode, we have Marcus Martinez. Marcus is all things Kettlebell. He is a Master Coach for Living Fit, and has online courses that provide unconventional training in Kettlebell.

 

We talked about the limitless potential of kettlebells when it comes to train, mentality in coaching, hustle porn, and using Instagram as a marketing platform. Enjoy!

Jul 28, 2019

Patrick McKeown is an international best-selling author of The Oxygen Advantage and creator and master instructor of the Oxygen Advantage® technique. Having suffered from asthma, rhinitis and sleep-disordered breathing for over 20 years, Patrick is able to offer both theoretical knowledge and his own experiences to help clients to overcome similar challenges.


Tune in as he shares how optimal breathing techniques can impact your athletic performance, sleep, workouts, and so much more.

Jul 22, 2019

Maelyn is a certified yoga instructor, energetic healer, and the founder of Pop-up Yoga Productions: creating concept-oriented yoga experiences. She is a mover and shaker, a full-time truth seeker, an ongoing theatre maker, and a mind-body-soul game changer.

In this episode, we talk about her butt that went viral, her liberating experience with Burning Man and her spoken word piece

Jul 15, 2019

David Zappasodi has been a weight loss professional for over 22 years, is an International Bestselling author, and is the founder of Brain Flip Weight Loss.
 
His approach, called “brain flipping,” is revolutionary in the world of weight loss, and is specifically designed for the most difficult weight loss cases: Those who have major food and body struggles, those who have been frustrated and stuck for years or decade, and those who have tried every program out there without ever having long-term success.

Jul 8, 2019

Larry Fredrick is an award winning international educator. He’s also a sex coach; licensed and certified in Erotic Blueprints, Sexological bodywork, Neurolinguistic Programming, Hypnotherapy, and Somatic Sex Education.

In this episode, we talk about his typical clients, the Erotic Blueprint and extensively discuss each profiles to learn how to feed and be fed according to one's erotic wiring, sexual games that you can do with your partner, and so much more.

Jul 1, 2019
Bryan Boorstein is the founder of Evolved Training Systems; evidence-based programming that bridges the gap between functional fitness and physique-style training.
 
Bryan has spent the last 22+ years lifting weights across multiple modalities, venturing from the strength and bodybuilding world into competitive CrossFit, and then back into the physique space with a unique style.
 
Laurie King a nutrition coach, educational blogger, and total badass who’s passions include nutrition, women’s health, and helping women take up space in the weight room.
Both of them created Paragon Performance Training, which is aesthetics-focused workouts you can do in 30-60 minutes to feel good and look great.
 
In this episode, we dive into ways that you can train and eat better, why our society is too obsessed with excessive exercise, why people should stop being OCD on tracking everything, how you can find harmony when working towards your goals, and how coaching has evolved through the years.
Jun 28, 2019
Brooks Meadows is the host of Barbell Buddha Rediscovered where he shines a light on Chris Moore who, before his passing, left a treasure trove of knowledge and wisdom about strength, family, philosophy, science, vice, and how to live an exuberant, self-realized existence.
He also owns Recess 901, a gym located in Memphis where they put the fun back in fitness bound by the same tenets that makes a school recess special: Community, Autonomy, and Simplicity.
 
In this final episode of The Bledsoe Show with Shrugged Collective, Brooks and I talked about his early trials and tribulations when starting out his gym Recess 901, what makes the gym different, and we celebrated Chris' life by taking sharing some memories with him and how Brooks is honoring Chris' legacy through his Barbell Buddha Rediscovered podcast.
May 24, 2019

In this episode Mike, Ben and Jeff dive into strength and conditioning techniques. They talk the Mase community tribes and Ben and Jeff’s experience going through the The Strong Coach . You’ll learn how to play in your workouts while still getting results.  What are mantras and how to use goal setting to get to a place of fulfillment. This episode will help improve as an athlete as a coach and anyone interested in health and fitness!

Minute Breakdown:

0 – 18  What is the steel mase and how Ben and Jeff found their way to it.  Learning to play again as adults. Getting results without measuring everything and using only metrics.  Learning whether your gym time healthy for you or stressing you out?

18 – 29   Generating the connection between mind and body in your workouts.  Connection to completeness allows you to be more engaged and prevents injury. Learning how the Mase can help with this engagement.

29 – 42  Ben and Jeff’s experience with the strong coach and now mentors. How this helps becoming the type of coach you want to be.  Why they call it the Rocket Ship. Saying mantras and becoming the person they always wanted to be.

42 – 50: What is a success story that you want to create and is it life giving to you. How Strong Coach helped get there.  The potential you get from investing in yourself. Using systems to document your goals and making things happen.

50 + The Strong Coach method of thoughts, feeling and emotions and actions lining up is what causes fulfillment.  Creating scenarios where these all line up and massive action happens. Why getting clients for Ben is now easy and retaining them. Becoming the person who is worth what you are charging and charging exactly what you want!  

May 3, 2019

Ryan Frisinger helps individuals restore health and vitality by designing customized health programs that address genetic weaknesses, nutritional deficiencies, emotional traumas, and performance issues. By transforming advanced multidisciplinary research into potent programs, Ryan provides each individual with an operator’s manual for their unique body. His client base includes professional athletes, type-A high performers, autistic children, and individuals with autoimmune diseases, neurological disorders and other chronic illnesses. Ryan’s programs offer solutions for the world’s most difficult health problems and help people transform their health and performance.

Specialties: Methylation cycle analysis, nutrigenomics, multifactorial disease, mitochondrial disorders, chronic illness, ancestral diets, trauma therapy, intermittent fasting, plant medicine, interdisciplinary research, n=1 experiments.

Ryan’s academic background spans many disciplines, including biochemistry, genetics, botany, ecology, finance, literature, alternative medicine and athletic performance training. He holds an MA in creative writing and cultural studies and conducted PhD research in epigenetics, synthetic biology, comparative literature, landscape architecture and ethnobotany.

In this episode, Ryan Frisinger talks how cognition and emotional states impacts physical well being and performance.  Longevity, density, and why supplements aren’t as helpful as you think. Plus mind therapy.

Minute Breakdown:

0 – 18  How mitochondrial products can be inflammatory to some.  When restricting your eating during light, getting sun, getting your enzymes can be better for you than taking supplements.  Inflammatory damage and how you can avoid it. Supplement damage to the body. What are energy molecules and what are the ten things that contribute to it (which aren’t found in bottles on shelves at supplement stores).

18 – 29  Long term effects for athletes.  Substituting emotional health for physical performance.  How emotional and spiritual work can be effortless and helps your ability to be an athlete. Ryan’s spiral out of health that he couldn’t recover from since his body was so stressed.  Asking for help, being vulnerable and asking others for help which lead to his journey of self love and feeling worthy.

29 – 42 How we are removing ourselves from the planet unknowing, and how we outsourced our digestion.  The genes that survive changes in the environment.

42 – 50: Vaccinations discussions  and what you need to know about vaccines and which technology or genetic testing you should take before vaccinating.  If your immune system is robust enough viruses will leave your body without certain vaccines and how to do ths.

50 + Taking toxicity out of your life by doing the simple things like taking care of your teeth.  5 G and Ryan’s concern with cancer skyrocketing. Blocking EMF. Why we are the grand experiment of surviving toxins.  Only drinking water after the sun is down and what this does to our health. Stop over training.

Ryan Frisinger helps individuals restore health and vitality by designing customized health programs that address genetic weaknesses, nutritional deficiencies, emotional traumas, and performance issues. By transforming advanced multidisciplinary research into potent programs, Ryan provides each individual with an operator’s manual for their unique body. His client base includes professional athletes, type-A high performers, autistic children, and individuals with autoimmune diseases, neurological disorders and other chronic illnesses. Ryan’s programs offer solutions for the world’s most difficult health problems and help people transform their health and performance.

Specialties: Methylation cycle analysis, nutrigenomics, multifactorial disease, mitochondrial disorders, chronic illness, ancestral diets, trauma therapy, intermittent fasting, plant medicine, interdisciplinary research, n=1 experiments.

Ryan’s academic background spans many disciplines, including biochemistry, genetics, botany, ecology, finance, literature, alternative medicine and athletic performance training. He holds an MA in creative writing and cultural studies and conducted PhD research in epigenetics, synthetic biology, comparative literature, landscape architecture and ethnobotany.

In this episode, Ryan Frisinger talks how cognition and emotional states impacts physical well being and performance.  Longevity, density, and why supplements aren’t as helpful as you think. Plus mind therapy.

Minute Breakdown:

0 – 18  How mitochondrial products can be inflammatory to some.  When restricting your eating during light, getting sun, getting your enzymes can be better for you than taking supplements.  Inflammatory damage and how you can avoid it. Supplement damage to the body. What are energy molecules and what are the ten things that contribute to it (which aren’t found in bottles on shelves at supplement stores).

18 – 29  Long term effects for athletes.  Substituting emotional health for physical performance.  How emotional and spiritual work can be effortless and helps your ability to be an athlete. Ryan’s spiral out of health that he couldn’t recover from since his body was so stressed.  Asking for help, being vulnerable and asking others for help which lead to his journey of self love and feeling worthy.

29 – 42 How we are removing ourselves from the planet unknowing, and how we outsourced our digestion.  The genes that survive changes in the environment.

42 – 50: Vaccinations discussions  and what you need to know about vaccines and which technology or genetic testing you should take before vaccinating.  If your immune system is robust enough viruses will leave your body without certain vaccines and how to do ths.

50 + Taking toxicity out of your life by doing the simple things like taking care of your teeth.  5 G and Ryan’s concern with cancer skyrocketing. Blocking EMF. Why we are the grand experiment of surviving toxins.  Only drinking water after the sun is down and what this does to our health. Stop over training.

Ryan Frisinger helps individuals restore health and vitality by designing customized health programs that address genetic weaknesses, nutritional deficiencies, emotional traumas, and performance issues. By transforming advanced multidisciplinary research into potent programs, Ryan provides each individual with an operator’s manual for their unique body. His client base includes professional athletes, type-A high performers, autistic children, and individuals with autoimmune diseases, neurological disorders and other chronic illnesses. Ryan’s programs offer solutions for the world’s most difficult health problems and help people transform their health and performance.

Specialties: Methylation cycle analysis, nutrigenomics, multifactorial disease, mitochondrial disorders, chronic illness, ancestral diets, trauma therapy, intermittent fasting, plant medicine, interdisciplinary research, n=1 experiments.

Ryan’s academic background spans many disciplines, including biochemistry, genetics, botany, ecology, finance, literature, alternative medicine and athletic performance training. He holds an MA in creative writing and cultural studies and conducted PhD research in epigenetics, synthetic biology, comparative literature, landscape architecture and ethnobotany.

In this episode, Ryan Frisinger talks how cognition and emotional states impacts physical well being and performance.  Longevity, density, and why supplements aren’t as helpful as you think. Plus mind therapy.

Minute Breakdown:

0 – 18  How mitochondrial products can be inflammatory to some.  When restricting your eating during light, getting sun, getting your enzymes can be better for you than taking supplements.  Inflammatory damage and how you can avoid it. Supplement damage to the body. What are energy molecules and what are the ten things that contribute to it (which aren’t found in bottles on shelves at supplement stores).

18 – 29  Long term effects for athletes.  Substituting emotional health for physical performance.  How emotional and spiritual work can be effortless and helps your ability to be an athlete. Ryan’s spiral out of health that he couldn’t recover from since his body was so stressed.  Asking for help, being vulnerable and asking others for help which lead to his journey of self love and feeling worthy.

29 – 42 How we are removing ourselves from the planet unknowing, and how we outsourced our digestion.  The genes that survive changes in the environment.

42 – 50: Vaccinations discussions  and what you need to know about vaccines and which technology or genetic testing you should take before vaccinating.  If your immune system is robust enough viruses will leave your body without certain vaccines and how to do ths.

50 + Taking toxicity out of your life by doing the simple things like taking care of your teeth.  5 G and Ryan’s concern with cancer skyrocketing. Blocking EMF. Why we are the grand experiment of surviving toxins.  Only drinking water after the sun is down and what this does to our health. Stop over training.

Apr 12, 2019

Garry Lineham (@humangaragela), co-founder of Human Garage, is a lifelong bio-hacker who believes that the human body was designed to heal itself. He started Human Garage as a vehicle to give people the correct input to start that healing. Garry himself lived in chronic pain for over 20 years.

During that time, he became increasingly frustrated with the countless treatment modalities that only addressed his symptoms. He realized the root of the problem wasn’t being solved and set out to do just that.

Human Garage is based on the principle that optimal health is achieved through complete alignment— restoring the natural functions of the body to enjoy pain-free, full-range of motion. Garry is proud of the fact that medical doctors and therapists from around the world are now coming to Venice, California to learn the Human Garage way of repairing and re-balancing the human body.

In this episode, Garry gives why stretching doesn’t work and the issue isn't the issue. How the body is all connected as one. How the Human Garage began and what sets it apart from other places.

Minute Breakdown:

0 - 18 Muscles have signals. If you don’t get a signal to body part you are working on, then you need to fix that because you are over compensating other areas.  Traditionally people power through aches and pains and don’t resolve it. What does it mean to have your body compensate itself back into alignment?

18 –29  There’s one reason why all these injuries happen and it is stress.  People work out to get rid of stress and then end up injured. Fascia is woven everywhere throughout your body. It’s like an intricate network of webbing that connects each part of you to everything else.  How we walk with our hips not our feet. If your systems aren’t working together than it has an effect on performance. You want your muscles to work better, but really you need the whole body to be working together.  

29 - 42  How meridian lines show hidden throughout your body,  connections you can’t see and would never consider. They are useful in showing us the connections between muscles, joints, nerves, and organs.   Drilling down to the real issue, lin internal organs, then you heal faster. Food staying in the system too long and doesn’t absorb protein which then turns to cards.  When your body is achy in muscle and joints, it’s because the body can’t recover.

42 – 50: Gary changed model so people don’t have to come in as much.   They are now training external practionars so they can expand the Human Garage.  Human Garage having CBD essential oil steamed shower, hot or cold baths, offering the total conscious spa experience.  What’s organic structured wine? People from all over the world are calling for Human Garage treatment because of what takes 3 hours to heal, will take minutes at Human Garage because of their techniques.  Postural alignment and client education are two key elements of the Human Garage program.

Apr 5, 2019

Guy Ferdman is a modern-day shaman and co-founder of Satori Prime. A spiritual truth-sayer whose warrior spirit merges ancient wisdom with modern practicality against the backdrop of everyday life. In the past, Guy has helped thousands of entrepreneurs in over 23 countries launch their businesses online. A marketing genius, the essence of his work has always been to coach people to profound breakthroughs at lightning speed.

Satori Prime’s message is deeply personal to Guy. Having spent 7+ years in a state of anger and depression, he opted to take his first Landmark Forum. It was there that he realized his ability to craft his own reality. That he had always had a choice in how felt and in how he viewed his external reality. Guy now teaches thousands of people around the world to claim that same power.

In the past, he was a head coach for the Self Expression Leadership Program at Landmark Education where he was personally responsible for coaching thousands of people. He’s graced the stages of New York, DC, Boston as well as internationally. He’s been seen in the Huffington Post, Less Doing, The Art of Charm, and 6 Figure Mentors among others. He currently lives in magnificent San Diego with his two cats, Simba and Ginji.

In this episode we talk about physical, mental and emotional alignment for optimal performance.

0 – 18  Intro to Guy’s reason for the personal development over the years.  The psychology behind these fearful stories we tell ourselves and why.  Why gaining awareness was great but how Guy didn’t feel different. Why people compensate in other ways. Guy tapping into the integration of physical, mental and emotional alignment. Discussing the lack of this integration today.

18 –29  The different energy systems.  Discussion of Embodiment. Different patterns and subconscious things we do.    Resolving parts of the system that are holding on to different patterns Ex: Built up body gives you confidence but energetically things aren’t changing so you tend to live you in fear still.   Discussions of aggressive, controlling rigid, emerging patterns.

29 – 42 Restful connection with yourself so problems aren’t arising.  Getting your body in a peaceful connection with yourself. Human body is not built for chronic stress and 70% of America have chronic illness.  4 levels of consciousness. Your body telling you stories with in survival mode. Where your attention goes energy flows.

42 – 59  Energy systems taken in from environments, people etc.  and how we push them away because we aren’t in restful state and holding onto energy because we feel we have to be happy. Body has natural intelligence and will move things though.  Letting the body digest the energies you are taking in so they don’t become stuck in the body. Energy and experiences metabolism. The story will disappear and dissipate along with energy.

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