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#1301 - Laird Hamilton

2019-05-21 | 🔗
Laird Hamilton is a big-wave surfer, co-inventor of tow-in surfing, and co-founder, with his wife Gabrielle Reece, of XPT Training (Extreme Performance Training).
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the job will gain experience. Orator comment very well. Thank you. First of all, thank you very much for the coffee machine. In this. I just learned that its turmeric, they used to say tumor Rick. I used to not even think there was an hour in there. Some strange reason, while in Hawaii its online Ossoli disciplines on which country or in yeah it's a did what it, what is it? What is its root right agenda, ginger, family and is it by the called Billina. Is that it actually summer why a name of India's probably have another you know in India is probably one of the most use. You know our roots, it's in areas, air all indian foods is full of it. Yeah, that's really healthy for erodes great for inflammation Beata state. What got health too? So you gave me this. Larry Super Food, coffee machine and I'm addicted
now this coffee with turmeric I've, never had before. Well, there some other minerals and stuff in their new. So if you're addicted to discuss things that are good free GAD, like I crave yeah like it seems like something all your body wants, it yeah, you know, I think sometimes people think cravings are based on negative, like all I do is bad cause. I crave it, but I think cravings are natural. I think they went, but it's you know. We abuse it when we use garbage, but when you craving something like that. I mean there's, you know minerals in in a bunch of good fats and there's a bunch of good stuff in their it's hard to tell right like sometimes crape sugar, sometimes Ukraine ICE cream. Yes, it does. Some cravings that are not exactly other ones, are exactly, but the system of craving, I believe what is, of a natural human, that we have. That was meant to crave good thing, but we abuse it with what could sugar, nature is meant to be safe, runs it safe to eat right right,
yeah so that we so did, but then we abuse it by disguising about garbage with sugar, and then people take on that's crazy. That makes sense because whenever I live weight I crave protein yet crave like Fisher, chicken or mistake, or something your view, be not muscles you on protein yeah, but it's an instantaneous craven Gatwick to like right away. My car gotta eat something, so you ve got me, cracking the sauna up your work. I ve told me you crank years up to two hundred twenty degrees that real network goddamn gonna get to turn him like this is how long you do it to twenty while depends on how? How could you go into it so you're. If your body, if your car temperatures weighed down you, can you know if you? You got up a stationary bike and your core was nice. In hot, you went in there you, you know, you'd be lucky to get ten ten or fifteen. Minutes out. If you were out of a ice tub or you been outside with minimal clothing.
You could go in there and for twenty minutes had to twenty. So it just depends You know where you're, what your court it in a way Korea is that? How you do you do from an ice path? I will do it from an ice powder. Just you know, I think you break it up. It's like anything any kind of training this one. I counsel we stress the system and if your to a certain pattern. You know go in. At heart like if you go into a son, a hot governor of some cardio that it's too his heart. If you going called, then you can go for it. Longer period of time. In same with the ice, I mean, if you go into the ice cold, the ice will tat, be you go in hot, you can be there so other turn some studies now on hot yoga at Harvard trying to figure out if hot yoga mimics the positive health effects of sauna and so that the idea
Is it you know, because your straining in resisting it's much. It feels much harder than a hundred four degrees. Yet Carnea there was a hundred four hundred five degrees, be nothing pressure but yoga, two hundred five degrees pretty rough rough because you get core camp. So we do some stationary bikes in the sauna and that I indebted to you you can always up the Annie. You know it's like I'm wait. Stock is slap more lead on there and will do we'll do we'll go on this with an assault like Ivan assault by one of the sun is able to rank ass thing up, and you know I mean you're lucky, for you might be five or ten minutes in your ear, but I think you know we're such The doctors are there in our are adaptation. Is amazing and you do some stuff for a while Thank you did pretty soon. You like, I can handle in on assault by again at ETA survivable pace in a survive. That's a rough machine! rough nine. I have the rogue version. The echo bike out. That thing is fantastic, Lovett pressure that
all four labs. Yeah is one my all time fit to two bottles out about a spam on all time: favorite method of cardio pressure, while low income. On the system. You not beaten every that the joint some every all four things are working and you can join us knows breeding in there or somethin in breadth holding. Your balls are suggesting yeah we're aid and suffering. You explain knows breathing to me out their yap. How knows breathing is better better for you because of, first of all, you are designed to breathe your sinuses in your nose were designed for breathing, and so you who actually admit a gas in your sinuses from my you're standing, the gas called none nitric oxide, which is a vast dilated, helps you absorb oxygen so by breathing through your nose plus, you reduce, The amount of in take that you have that gets you see or to tolerate. So all of a sudden you, your breeding, less volume. I mean you know from the fight game was soon as a guy. Those damn now breeding you're like this, not tell
you know that right. Let your first give away. So your ability to deal with stress in breed. Through knows I mean everybody. She breathed be breathe, through their nose. In their sleep walking around me. We somehow we became mouth breeders in the last two hundred years and they're not sure why there's a great book called the oxygen advantage by Patrick Macdougall, that he actually is on our Board of Ex BP body. He, you know kind of realise that our issues really stem from mouth breathing, chronic mouth breathing his scrubbing our co2 and keeping our co2 levels. Down which is the market of absurd box. You get so unusual levels are down. You don't absorbed judging from your bloodstream, the cells don't take it as soon as a co2 goes up. Then the then the body starts to pull it out. The blood Interesting, so smaller mounts by breathing through the nose actually makes you absorb more oxygen wall. You're tolerate chant, holler, yes, but definitely get yours. You
too tolerant up, but the smaller volume helps your body become more time. I of higher levels of co2. But then the sinuses themselves, amid a gas that helps the long absorb the oxygen is an that's. You know that's what I and led to understand. I die broken knows, entails forty. My nose was useless. I couldn't anything out of it. It would have been broken like who knows how many times and was already inside, was all kicked up with scar, tissue and calcified, and when I got a fixed it was the world changed. It was I I couldn't do that. I just couldn't breathe under my nose. I would go to yoga Classy Tillman, a breather knows my own. Have one way I could smell farts yeah et cetera, gets more gas and Celine like it has to be rough yeah, forming a smell it by an hour. They have a real knows gap. I would encourage people please. If you ever broken those please get that deviated. Ceptin fixed, well egos rising if you'd start to nose breathe. Even if you have struggle because it a that gases, helps you open up a lot of people, I mean it,
not saying that you have that, but a lot of people actually will gain volume after weeks of forcing themselves a nose breed, though, actually start to open up all that that system that doesn't make sense. So in Dubai is adapt and try it forces it did to open. But ya know it's all about knows breathing were now. I didn't think I just thought it was just more difficult, so it probably good thing to do for discipline absolute They and if you can, do your cardio when and retain a nose breath year year you have another guy you're using when you go to mouth. It's like you gotta its eye cabinet no blower on your cars have been up thing. You know you open up the air and it's a whole new game. So by being up to sustain a high up. What are we with knows? Breathing then, and I shit, it's all about the tolerance for Co2 atomic seo too you can handle in your system. You know like that's. Why altitudes people up as a Co2 jack's up and they don't have a tolerance and then you get all week, can you feel like crap
in its interesting you're talking about cravings because one things that I've noticed since I've been cranked up to the, the temperature in the sauna for the first week, two two hundred degrees and I'm doing to ten for the last few days, and you crave it I crave like one. I'm at home on might can wait to get goddamn signing me why, when I'm in there, I can't wait to get out we're there would then lies. The struggle I mean ice is the same way like I have an addiction to ice and I'm in recently I been JFK from Hawaiian. I'm like dealing with this mice, machines broken down and waiting for the new one. I keep on the gangway winning it, but the thing in he's thinking it's like a luxury like you, you know you got it. What do you mean ice machine at your house for him because I have to like rats trot size ones tell them yeah. Why have a lot of friends but he's I've. What do you need that foreign? Unlike like just just get? You know you got the tubs like I'm, but I've, my body craves, you get it listen your body is, just craving that things that are being
the hormones in doing Amazon. You crave exercise and I have a theory that the reason why, people are hooked to cardio activity is because its force breathing that people, because you wouldn't willingly to sit on your floor and breed heavy for an hour or so you're bodies like ok, let's go for rent like article. You need to run better run, you better run and then you go run it and then the body gets that absorption of I'll get it she didn't really wants to feel. I feel pro several factors has also feel like when you re really consistent with my work out, I know that I'm gaining moment I know I am consistent everything's going great, I'm in great shape. Right now. I gotta keep pushing this yeah. That feels like its physical, like just just pause, results are being achieved in exerting addicted to success. While in it, but also to the body the adaptation? If you ever put yourself under some real severe strain, in multiple days, the first day you feel like you, I can be eliminated,
second day, you're feeling you know like you, can't really can't make it the third pretty soon the fourth day, the bodies I owe this the new house we're living in like this is where we are again, while we're gonna, adapt and modify and then pretty soon you do and even more you, then you were doing the first couple days in uniting feeling, and so it's like what were, that were an amazing an amazing machine. You know we're an amazing creature had just the way weaken handle the load in there, and especially in this in our new world, where we, you know, I don't have to do much Unless we want to do you know areas, readers, yeah, the comedian, yeah yeah. He he ran a series of marathons all around the UK down did one in South Africa and he was on them two weeks ago and whose tell me that when you first started doing it like the first few were really hard. But then you bodies like well This is what we do. We run marathons and then, like date, three four things are picking up day five about Tom date. Then came long? He just running Fisher
for sure I got a friend ran hundred twenty, five and Earl, and then he the Boston after that, and then he had a fight in Vegas any ran a marathon the morning in any like knocked the guy on the third round, and after a meeting He ran a marathon in the morning and then thought that day we shit, that's a good one, this Tom Jones yeah, my tie. Seven timely die world champion. Jesus Christ, Toddy John yeah, yeah, fuck man, you're running. Marathon day. If I imagine a dude knocked you out, I believe that this is not me. You learn how to play golf. The flock my tie for this job yeah, that's crazy! So you a hundred twenty five marathons in a row, so hundred twenty five days of marathons to Boston in any ran the Boston when he got there. He ran across the country. What here and across the country, that's how we got. There was so
it read America to get needs of food. Random marathon took an average of of love. I studied by just shows you that you know ability to adapt and in what weaken you know, We can do it as how the body, or just when you push it and you keep it'll just be. Like it'll ramp, I mean- and I think for us in this in our new world that we live in, not seem so crazy, but probably in the past year, like oh yeah. Well, we went all the way down to South America and we did some hunting down there and then we will, you know tract of marathon two per day. We came all the way back to Alaska like dry. He is now lie yeah. Well, especially when they used to persistence, hunt. You know when, just run an animal down animals yeah great for sprints Biafra, especially like gazelles and these plants, but you know that you know what the real technique really is based on. Is that our breathing
that breathing is what gives us. We have an ability to adjust our breath, so we can act Leah. Just how many times we breathe per motion were allotted animals are breathing for a rap. Every rep is a brass or every step is and we can do multiple gaps in one breath and so that why our that's, why we can run a horse, at the end of the day, you will see that in the cowboy movies horses land dead in the desert and the guys, I'll go along, but because of those mammals are breathing of every breath is Arap and you Jeanne, how tiring that is like ear a horseman rang the areas where we running full speed, but we can just do a breath and then use five or six or eight wraps, and that gives us an endurance. That's why we can run those gazelles down because those guys are just break their their breath. Doubt that's it. I I'm always very appreciative of guys, like you that are in my
age range. You're obviously limit yeah yeah limit you're, but you are also very fit and very active and you keep going, whereas a lot of guys around fifty five like its rap. Turn off the car and does not much in the tank, and so I like to see guys at her and my age bracket little bit ahead of me, like oh he's, going go, I can keep going to force. Pin I think a lot of that. It's just thinking, and knowing that you can, because I think so many people feel hey. I'm forty five times settled down it's time to relax and wind down this exercise in unite, I think, by daily. I think that people use added. A disclaimer? Do not do the work guys like me, I'm forty five! So now I don't know I don't I'm too old. Yet I disagree for me I'll. I think that's a way out right. That's the way to go. He had a wife do the work anymore and in I've life one of my best friend just passed his last year and he was eighty five when you pass Anna,
He would call Emmy did the iron man ten times a first time was when he was fifty and then he's done a race Cross America three times and does he was just an animal bang iron every day right the bike just distant! Eighty five years doing all that still an animal and animal till the day he died oversight and his name was in this is the irony was his name was DAWN wild man and so like that's, has not given name? No, I'm serious, that's it! It's amazing his given. May I go anywhere near the wild man's gotta. Keep it up, but he was you know like you're talking about when you can see it. When you got what does it look like? When I see I mean you look at it, interesting to see in sports right now. We have a lot of athletes right now that are operating as their the oldest did. You know that They then seen and believe a lot of it has to do with the fact that dead. You know that they have to have some exam. Poles, but there also not take except that hey now you're too. All like that. Just because that's a decision like hey
you're toward oh yeah, you, you know you're gonna, keep doing out. It's like yeah do it all the way until they throw the dirt on the box like we're, going all the way full speed until we're not and then what we're not we're, not what it. Mr Wild man dive was eventually, it was a cancer that he couldn't get fight through chemo answer by and bye. Bye was within my couple weeks, key was like shouted down hit. Those at one point he was the he was the little bit like the ever. Anybody and an humpty dumpty like he would just like double need surgery like within, like you had a broken leg, any be on a stationary bike with a crush on one of the petals and he be peddling encroaching when the other leg. I mean he was just absolutely out of his mind and the doctors we, like all your healing faster than a thirty year old on my galleys cause, he's just a cardio monster and so he's get not blood flow. Anna, and he were helicopter snowboarding in Chile this
last summer, not this one but the one before and I was with a run with the died in a guy- goes out your buddy and unlike eyes, eighty four and he looked you mean like yeah, not know, but how old is he and, unlike his eighty four and they say, he's eighty four? Like check it out, buddy if you're going to fiji- and like I mean you know he was, but he was are you know he was- are poster child he's guy. We look right, we go, I mean and about a few of those. I think you know that I been exposed to in my life where there's guys it just those the guy's, it always admired. I always admired the guys it tis were always going full speed and never never. Sir Candy note in Sir, come to the all that all that pressure, or from society like your old now, it is still do that. What you think your kid, just all the bullshit right, that you can feed into an and be a victim of here. We have
these preconceived notions of what it's like to be thoroughly. What it's like to be fifty, what it's like to be. Eighty five and some people like here, you can fuck that, interested you because you're never looking at age is some as some like feeling like ran like there, never going old. Thirty five. You feel like this at forty all your slowing down now I've gotta, you know- and I use you later it's like you I always say if people stop doing something like they go on in a retire now we're getting old in sport, it's really not that they are getting all this is that they made a decision on the table. One do anymore, they gets used in ages, it like a disclaimer. Like hey, I'm I'm good. You know yes for some folks. I think it's a mental tiredness, indifferent shower keeping Their enthusiasm has prompted the difficult thing While I think a lot of people look forward to retirement right, they look forward those golden years, for they just hold and hands and walk and towards a sunset, just jump on a sword.
And I know it's like at tat point. Let us then you're just arrived dead. You know you're discouraging you're dead, but you're alive like, but I think with some people look for to some day where they don't have to struggle, then they can't be on earth. You can't be. What are you? Can I be like I'm sorry, this system is a little bit design to struggle everything that we do that's good for us, as it has a certain amount, dress inside you wanna get. That's gonna wanna get on this I'll. Buy you a job in that you want to hide MT? It's all stress driven and the fact is that our universe, that's the universe we live in and so on. Got some other and you know- and I appreciate let's hack our way through it, and I think there is waste that hacking supports us. We can hacker waited but only support the things that were doing but thinking that you can hack your way through and not actually suffer it's impossible. You know
I also think you don't appreciate the good terms unless you suffer absolute absence. I think I am J Food more went to work out. I appreciate life more I like doing. More at when I struggle absolutely tat. I know said, gown is an incredible thing like when you go. While this feels Oh, could because you're straight for sure, but a lot of people don't recognize that that's a lesson. I think people really needed drilled in their head. It's it's not that Turkey, price rises in rocket science, does it rightly elaborates available for everybody to move the t, move just keep going drive at heart and I can promise. You, you use your sleep better like every. We have a lot of sleeping issues, it now and I dislike- will be born tired enough you have my daughter was like all yeah, you know having a hard time sleeping and now she's been bang and tat.
This ball seven hours a day, Notational promptly been out real. What am guess you know, I think that a lot of its this lack movement or the Swedish, not moving yeah and then your brain races, because your bodies not getting exhausted. So you, well bothers anxiety and all this weirdness Hunter gatherer did not have the need for ambient. I guarantee it there. The idea that there is no melatonin they originally, the melatonin was, was created in their retina from staring at the sun in the early morning. Lying I mean that's, they were up there, removing and their up early and they were and they were, and they were going and till dark and at dark. It was time to lay down, and then you just did that and you were not sleep. Issues were in a problem it's an incinerator, I'm learning from my dog because my dog is,
first thing in the morning when the sun rose up and then when when there's it starts getting dark out once he eats man. His laying down his eye was shell unaware earlier when I am silly studying my Darya would have brought him, but he's getting his nails done today is really have work. As you just rip up the floor, he's got some hooks, but but I Jim never leaves his bed without stretching first everything down up dog down done for uptown dog and then he full speed. Eighty miles an hour like a rocket and then just write to the couch in later, and then just be totally sleeping. That is up for speed by gotcha late. I've got, I gather some to be said about that thing. Low stretch force be laid down for having laid out like, but no warm up, no warm That's no warm up, but people need warm up degree I don't know my ladder. No, I don't know, I don't know about warm up. I think warm up is being alive. I think you know I mean.
Let me now and we worked out- we have been doing what's what about you? Gonna leave something heavy. Do you think the issue warm the muscles? First, while I think if you yet the thing up and you put everything on, and you said it all up in your already starting to warm up and if your site How can I get your brain ready to do something aggressive? I think that you ve already, the adrenaline already go in, and you got a lot of stuff. I'm gonna die get up off a chair. And walk over and try to grab a giant bar with a bunch of weight on lifted. That might be a problem, but that wouldn't be. You would never do that. In nature when you were gonna live something heavy it usually there be some lead up to but where you walk to the place at your gun, you and you ve got the thing, and you know I mean I don't know I don't know about about because I think there's mix opinions about you know what people say. Don't stretch before you work out an that's been the most recent thing before you speak only loosen up before you work out. I'm like I mean my dog does down dog, you know,
down dogging. That's only freeze lay down, and then he just goes full speed. I mean Y know that if I do my tie. If I'm here in the bag, or something like that, I don't do go hard at first outbreak sweat. The idea the first two rounds, I'm just shadow boxing yeah, I'm just put a mean. I don't fully full blast the bag until I'm sweaty gap, but that's just my thoughts. I mean I just a few that's the way you're supposed to do. That's what I've always been told you what I mean I think there I think I would connect More did part. It is because of what we are now too a sedentary and because we're not we're not while we know we are not, fully in our in our nature. Essence: we're not we're not wild! you know if we were wild, I think we would need to make any warmer. We are in your wild you'll need a warm up, but I think because we're not move as much, because if you're moving all the time you dirty be warmed up. I would like to see
human from like five thousand years ago, I'd love to be around like a hunter gatherer and see what they look like air came. Threshold was crazy. First of all there what they could endure. You know pain threshold was just recently had broken. Although an arm and yeah we'd still be operate with broken stuff, no prob yeah. What did they do? They just kind of like tightened up or something that was when they advanced in the medical right yeah a lot of privileges hobbled around until it didn't hurt aloud ass were inflammation, came in everything got inflamed, so they would hold it. You know naturally debate. He would hold it in position. Then you mean inflammation designed a kind of immobilized cast it would you know, if it was your ankle? I just get so swollen could move buttoning still be on? It may still be my role and adjust. They wouldn't be moving around, because the body would naturally do
the future of humans is not look so rosy when you really think about how we are slowly deteriorating becoming these gelatinous balls of meat and white issue and the bodies are connected to them. AIDS, and so that's. Why would we have some mind issues too, because at the end of the day the bodies are functioning correctly, so that's not feeding the brain readily and so the brain. That's why we I mean. I think that when you're really physically well, then your thoughts are physically well. I think it's definitely a deadly helps, but We do not like to hear the due notice that have you noticed absolutely the eve you don't even like you like. You seem like a happy guy. You know you're on any medication and you are, but some people who are now want to think. Like none. I know I have a medical problem and I need this even if they dont exercise that no, no, you don't understand and then what, if I ok, but do you ever exercise they get mad at you, absolute, they get mad I hear you're suggesting I'm lazy, you're, suggesting I brought this
I myself because of my behave I know I have a disease nobody's gonna get. Disclaimer. That's a way out did not have to take be accountable, be accountable. Like eight and if I was out doing moving in doing things that it would actually make this going way. You know I mean I, I think that you know, I think a lot of a lot of depression is connected to too, that you know, I believe iced icing could cure a big per portion of of depression. Just because of the hormonal response to the system and that you know it mean normally, when people are depresses connected to some sort of hormone imbalance, yeah and to have a doctor try to figure out what that is its pretty elaborate, a tricky while they ve shown studies that regular exercise is as effective as us our eyes. Nor more exactly exactly. I think. Also
diet, because of inflammation liked inflammation for sure leads to all sorts of different ailments which could lead to a depressed feeling. Feeling of unwillingness, while just eat a bunch of garbage for a week in Seattle. Yeah. I can stop I'd, be depressed strength somewhere room to manoeuvre, often of shit. So dishonest thing: what is the benefit of getting there what I mean. I mean I at this. It honestly my problem is: is it you know if if if a lot is good, then even more is better than you know. That's a little about them. I would like to know how to say, like you know, have tens good than twenty he's gonna be better for even better by uniting part of it is the natural evolution. If you sit near do in time it a hundred eighty degrees and you'd, and you can go on there in Europe. You know you're hanging out.
Then this twenty minutes. Thirty minutes we rise, while just try to turn it up and, in my understanding, is that the Europeans have been I you know you look at a sweat lodge and you I mean it ain't one! Eighty! You know, if you go into any kind of sweat like if you go to Europe. All the sun is our much hotter like it. It's your new, a russian you know, steam thing. It's not like those things are. You know. I think that the they're pretty conservative with it. I think I think you do Listen to your body. If you go in there and you start pollution aiding, you might want to step out. We might be like hey. You know the age wrong, or maybe I needed to give my body a break, but I beg you to use your. You know, use your ear, your own feeling as your guide in- and you know, I know that I, if I, if I'm hide properly hydrated before I go, my tolerances Stanley greater like. I can really measure, be hydrated going to be like oil out no problem and I can go in.
Dehydration feel wonky and be like yeah, I'm not as good Jamak sense. I definitely adapted of definite down to the two hundred agrees, because when I go to yoga now not seem nearly is hot hundred five degrees even at the end of the class. My does interesting thing into the last class was like. This doesn't feel that bad exactly it will. That shows you right now, they your adapting and then all of a sudden, your tolerance. You know a thing I had really about the sauna. Is I think it really plays into into overheating as an athlete over you know you wrong. That's usually when you have issues right here as you overheat menu, and then you you're performances is income, right. You get in The more your tolerance is for the heat, the lash, the more you handle overheating. Pretty soon you don't overheat, and then you just don't have that Cosette that that's one of the factors it gets an athlete, I think, is in any performances you overheat, whether you're fighting are marathon running or basketball, any anyone
for when you start to overheat, your daddy, DE when year, you're toast yeah you're die You start losing your motor skills and your tall. If you can build that tolerance up, and I think, like you said he ever going two hundred and two when he and then all of a sudden you're at yoga, you know you're at hot yoga and two hundred and five and you dislike the campsite. Now often it really does make a giant if right to have only been doing two hundred for a couple months now, yeah really in two ten like you said last few days yeah, but you have it this hot, for how long Lebanon, for a while. Like I've been doing it's been off over the last couple years, you know I did one idea called it. I heard on no doctor under Patrick's, show and it was holding a one hour a one hour straight at somewhere between one hundred and seventy, two hundred eighty woe. So that's another and you'd. If
do that ten days in a row. I would do it twice a day for ten days in a row and you're supposed to get like some sixteen percent hormonal boost, like your whole body, just goes into this radical hormone. The one. Seventy one, any someone that reaction interesting one. Seventy one Jake, why? Our straight, I was doing I and I get it twice a day for engaged in a row and Anna and an end at the end of that, you are different here. It's like I'll, send you got o d in you're in in your in your gearbox interesting will definitely increases the red blood so counteract absolutely I don't know all the science is usually go off of. You know I usually go off of of instinct. And then and then I and then sometimes it gets validated by by science in and so at the end you know you I mean I, I think
and- and there really is, in any case, any studies on it, but I truly believe that debt that he is better after performance for recovery, then ice. It mean I think, ISIS Comfortable. I had my I have old thing about paying a relationship with pain and- and I was doing a thing with- I had a hip hip replacement and I was set up to do all this icing before and and then I learned that icing suppress the day, the healing hormone I give one there's a healing or mon that helps your body. Heal in pain is kicks out hormone off. That's how the body knows So when you suppress pain, you stop that healing so You go on ice. You suppress that hormonal release of idea, one it's, the healing hormone and all this and it's gonna Slayer healing out. So if you do it because it makes ie you comfortable, like hey, have you been You know running around in your overheating and you could go on ice tat because it feels good. That's one thing, but if you think that it's gonna benefit you,
not sure I don't know yet. I think he could be the better benefit because you get he jaunt proteins which deal with damage shells and for all that and I'm not decide. This is just stop that I read that I'm feeling and then his claims we're both yeah yeah yeah, yeah Dennis Miller this my opinion. I could be wrong a course, so I hated the, but you know so that that and then they talk about growth hormone, that debt, your body produces growth hormone in the heat it is another one of the side effects and so from again from I understand I'm not locker, so I went here that I go old in heat, should be the thing you do cause after every game. Every football. Heavy basketball player every aptly goes right to the ice to cutting off you're goin for comfort. Ok, cool, that's great, but if you think that that's actually that thing, that's really benefiting, you know really to bring you the best recovery. Maybe maybe he's gonna bring you best recovery, but it can be miserable cause lasting. You, wanna do have to finish work,
just go sit, not box range is not answering happy, but these, but for India he's, though, for injuries they say you should reduce the inflammation, but if what you say that that's interesting, right, dwelt them paying the more you not also no pain, no game like snow further dope. No game, no pain, no good. I mean everything's painful like if you go in the heat, is discomfort what you gonna work out, you get sore, I mean no pain, no gained. So if we go with the old that old, you know no Hey no gain I'd! Believe, that the pain is associated with the healing because of that hormonal response. It pain brings into you. So I would add tribute like I had us up a fast recovery, but I a tribute some of it is because that I I was not suppressing any the paying sought. I think if you take payments that suppressing so. If you say he I'm so uncomfortable. I gotta paint pills Tipp to endure this because it so hard will then decide extend the healing that you're just gonna and
the more you suppressed a pain, no matter which way you do it with its ice pain, pills whatever it is, I believe, the longer you extend the healing the more pain you can I mean information is the marker for that are healing hormones so again reduce information. I dare not. I that's that and I would like to see a doctor in somebody to tell me that really has studied its did. They know that they really looked at it. Tell me that that's really working that debt, the icing if you do it immediately right, when you get, you know, use snap your ankle on your right, and I stopped bucket and keep it from fully. You know inflaming, maybe in that instantaneous by doing it over days and diving duchess pain, I think just comfortable making more comfortable. That's just because you see basketball person ice on their shoulders ice on her knees like right after gained as they like,
lay comforter yeah, just think if they have to pay Sony games in a row that yeah, but it's only audit of comfort right convert. Like I mean I think it's Does it feels good if her shoulders jacked up- and you know it- you know just like a paint pill would do he's just a topical numbing icing, just creating they ve other guided the that created rice, which is like rest ice curtain compression of eleven he can out last year and said I was all wrong, I know he did that guy came out last year well, nonetheless, to couple years he should feel really bad well, what is it about so? He came on said. You know that he he was. You know that he he takes it all back, so I don't know I mean I just to go. I think there's no absolute! I don't I, but I am I be interest. It I've been trying to learn about it like Can you really tell me what really is the best thing, or maybe it's he'd, nice combo? You know that that heat nice comparable
is that does so much flushing to the system of squeeze down the ice? Squeezes everything in the Alps and the heat expand your contraction expansion and that I know that that is a you know, but that takes energy too, tyres, you down the more then you know then than the heat, but the you You do do ice bath, he'd eyes, bessys back back yard, you like them I'll take I'll, do it on a Sunday. I do like seven rounds of that stuff. You now. Nine rally get you home. It's time you did when you get up, you know you're. Well, that's why we want the intensity right. So cold or it is the Shorty be there in the harder it is a to be their rights if you're hanging out. So if you can get it done to fifteen minutes- and you know three to five minutes- it was a three minutes in the ice in fifteen minutes in the in the sauna, then all of a sudden, you know a twenty minutes around then you're talking on then hear you here you go. You got up to now. Three hours. You know
Why one? Seventy two one! Eighty! You do a whole, our very eyes. You have had to have different protocol. That was just it when I heard about he had an I just try. I tried it. A part of it is hard to stay in that thing for an hour straight at two hundred and seventy I mean it's, that's not an easy task. Are you listening to anything in there you, but you just as the beat of my This is seated in the music room, all listen to music or something like that are more a podcast or get somebody else to suffer with me. Get some jobs strategy at its heart. Try to get seventy also. Maybe they come in for half and then their back out, then they come in for the other part of something. When I hear the road I try to get comedians to come in the sun with me at a hotel, and it's only A hundred and fifty two hundred and sixty nine come out might you're out Fifteen minutes I share they saw the job, but it's all. What year? It's not your brain. It's in your mind. It's it's worse, so
Comfort is less decayed, heiress gymnastic. Oh it's hard, it's cold its is it. You know we're just where were nest something that is you. Or is it that the whole surfing community are they in this kind of stuff? No, I mean I I it. What will you know it's interesting is is because monsieur for obvious everything's. All you know the surfers infringe the surfers. I really I shall not. I really I'm kind of outside of the community itself. I have sir friends it served, but I'm so not part of You know any my career, I haven't been part of the industry of surfing in really So in a way I am I mean I have friends, it serve that come and do it and we definitely there's been some influence interests servers in general listed. The good ones are our Pino training, and and and using these icy protocols, and so there there there you know there. There are aware in and motivated by the by,
serving in general. As you know, I mean I don't even know what have those guys are doing, I would think that we will be looking to you. I mean if, if I was a young sir for another man, I fucking love surfing. I'd like to be doing this one and fifty five swear to Herald and doing you have it. I don't know why. I think sometimes you know I mean I think, for a lotta. Such change now, but in the past I mean you know, and it happens a lot. With the younger people in general as dislike, don't tell me what to do Can you whatever I want new? Whenever I want, I can go to talk of Bell and Burger King and and still and stay up all night, and still you notes, rip you know our do are do my thing in its true, probably in every sport and then, and then you know, say, there's a thousand. You know twenty year olds and then there's five hundred thirty years old and two hundred fifty four year olds and then there's like you know any just go as you go and There is less and less in it. You know I always loved that the term the victory through it,
shit. You know we use the last guy and hear this. SK. I understand it is going to be any good. You just when you're like that, one you're, the only guy laughed yeah. I like that. Just you, you, ve, been following this just to improve your physical performance just for life absolutely absolutely end, and you too, I think really a chair. I cherish feeling good. I cherish feeling like I really enjoyed feeling good and so that drives me towards you know running and, like I said, either whether I had Paul check years ago, when did an assessment damn and interesting guy very yeah watches Falada mine, yeah and him and I had an instant connection and in but you know I love the philosophical approach to certain things like he said, and this had a huge impact on me. You know twenty five years ago
he was like you know the three white Devils or white flour, white sugar and white milk and enlighten okay, let off without drink that last year, Jonathan just put Callanan, but couldn't rock a cow and raw milk to get tat, a powerful drank, yeah, that's real! But if you put dead, milk denies pasteurized just abused and then you and then you take some really bad kick out if there's any at all in it with a bunch of who knows you can't pronounce it? You know he said if it wasn't your ten thousand years ago, don't eat it any pronounce. It don't eat it and then the three white devils I mean that's a philosophical, hard time would turmeric, though yeah. Why don't you say the word struggle pronounce guy, but it was your kids thousand years ago. So yeah five there's a good piece of advice, though yeah, but just to look at
food that waiting people go what you're dying of plants and animals plants and animals like what you don't make it difficult dont be like why eat is indeed. I think that the stress around that stuff is is crap. But I I really believe that a truly be to have optimum performance and to be in to be optimum, that you have to have the holes every spoken, the tyre that you need. Every single spoke that you have to have a good relations with your family. You gotta have love and you got to have good things with the kids and you got to have friends and you got to have your help and you got to sleep well and you got to be hydrated, you got to work out and you got and you got to have a you know your business thing and you got to have. I think you just have to have all these things to really have balance and I think of you
one of the spokes, isn't tight. That there's a bump in the wheel and you're just not minimum. I dont truly believe that that you, your performing at your optimum because you need your head needs to be clear when you go into your performance, whatever that looks like I think that's excellent advice. I think that makes a lot of sense and it doesn't keep your mind clear. You know you have your bases covered, covered United, this you're, not here, but air, but somewhere else I mean, and I know I've dealt with not being having all the spokes good, and I know that the How that feels- and I know when it's good huge, your clear, your good you're you're here and it's out were meant to be any were meant to have that be real. Clean were meant to have that there be some Silence battle had seemed to have it. That's why I mean even overworking many people think that lend it gets a badge of honor yeah like I worked. I thing I don't sleep, it doesn't like yellow. Then you're compromising yourself, I told you, I must that did you I was. I went to space export.
I mean I pull them aside. He was standing article hey, you know yet to care this, but my hand was justly disco. You take your this by you take care, you would be so he just she had the honour of yonder That is what about eighty. I don't get it barely a purse, I'm just saying I don't think I decided. I say that with all due respect and yeah, but I don't know blunders, I did what I meant. I guess I didn't I felt like you know someone like if they were really taken good care of themselves, getting the right sling, getting the right food, getting a work out, all those things are magic brown magic like a bit. And do what they're doing you know burn it both ends. Imagine what they could do fully balanced. Why don't they I want to do any more than ways do I just think he's so obsessed with getting Tesla run correctly when he was sleeping on the floor of the tests are factory and working seventeen hours a day I mean that's, that's that's insane person when he was
is there all day, long trend MC we're in. Obviously it does work their amazing car out everything's, yet its its beneficial that this drive that he has. But I- we wish you like for overall enjoyment of life. That's not the way. About one? I think you have a blockage there, though, to I think if you dont can't pull back and look at it from a distance you when you're in it, I, like you, too detailed, and then you can't you know you you can't be. I think you. I think it could be better because of that I think. Maybe I'd be profit. Yeah it's hard so hard for businesses. Now I mean you're you're competing against. You know the big boys yeah right but what's interesting is oil, even though they are doing they ve managed to he's managed to make something that so different than anything else. You have one that now I don't fuck manner crazier,
I was reluctant, I told by wound he did the pot castnia, whereas I goddammit I like muscle cars like your engines, but I drove the thing is: I owe other cars are stupid. There are stupid there Ok, if they are part of that thing, there was already you see all the companies go in that way. Now you know you see, I mean we were caused, my buddy Wildman in Irian Jaya, electric stuff and and we were and there was a guy that has elected drugstore and we went down with this electric greater any just smoked, any top. The old dragged her like beyond, and but it didn't make noise, so no one to watch it. I mean it's in your What I did not know no smell row: noise, no flames right out now, a good still burning gas. No, no, no pollution, yeah, no pollution to people like that's a fine, so yeah, but you drive a tesla like I've. The model ass, the he one hundred d ya. Think has called when you drive it. It's effortless like everything, just
You just go where you want a girl like I'd like to be over their show, a video game. So you're over that we have to get used to it. Cause I've been in, amend and driven driven em. It's interesting how the body has two acclimated acceleration Bernajoux here used it. That children are collected shifting you know for insurance. I can get their gear all that delay like aids, like a sea versus DC round normal cars a similar gap between the Bauer and when you get that you know it's, it's the body has to get used to the absurd. Not totally. Ok would not looking for you on and distributed on autopilot by yeah. That's that's! The next generation will that's funny. The highway, but yet I look where I'm going to keep my hand wheel, but is fun delight, shut, ten percent, your brain off, just let the car can handle the speed and one it does it. Well. Does a world does it? Why are just like? I said I think you need a person whose is obsessed as Elon Musk is to make something like that, but I agree with you: if you, if you will soon enjoy his life, while just little
you're right, you're, right out of range Louis I just be. I am only speak in that way. I this means it in the way of optimizing him Brighton, optimizing him for because of his he's so amazing that ok, let's optimized you're amazing, near by by making you like be healthier right, take carry yourself, so you can be around longer and maybe do more great things right. So it is again in alarm to speaking personally about you try to look at optimization right, like you're. Here you only get so long. You know what you're doing and and are you really optimizing it by by in a burn by by taxing the system and not at not getting all of it, the out of it that you know, but I guess it away its kind like unhappiness he will use that as a work out. That's a load that makes retired near get hungry and
It is always that was the choices you may grow like sometimes you just get stuck in the momentum of the choices made in its very difficult to like take that pause and go ok. My doing this the right way may be needed. He sat with his teeth, some time a really consider if this is making me happy and how many years I'm gonna be able to do this and sustain it. Now, that's a tricky thing. That's it! That's! That's self self! You know analyzing yourself and putting that up is, I think, it's you're. Just keep go in the direction of gorgeous tat takes a matter all in the teeth of force, be if we keep how long you been living in a why. Well, my mom took me from San Francisco NOS six months old. Well, why? Framing? It was only a locality, one that I was born there, which actually worked against me, because you know when you're not born end when you're not born there than you're not from there
their law you're not warn her eye and ear like oh yeah, but I have been here since I was. You know, as I can remember psychologist tat, we re with I'm every actually worked these to hold it against you, the sick. Months. You were oh yeah, oh yeah, we, Mr Brown, oh yes months! Where area you shit about it here, but other here, as in this date back, but yes it. I was a little kid I mean I want my mom took me. I was born in several just go and she took me when I was a few months old. I have a theory about people, Why there's a ground deadness today seem to exhibit that is universal, it's almost yet you're very rarely find completely frivolous. Did dopey people that live in the they dared, not learn now show some people in another smart, but there's a ground
Necessary that so many of them have because there on a volcano young long, an ocean. Any knows it. Your signal. You talk about that because yesterday we're having a conversation about what is that right and we have a turk couple terms. One of them is Mona, which is a power from the land and other one is Aloha, which is our kind of a spirit of how people act from why. But I believe it has a lot to do with islanders. I think I'll indoors have that and I and it has a lot do with it has a lot to do with the ocean being around the ocean at the ocean surrounding you in the ocean is the most conductive substance on our so Aleck electrically and there's all this thing. So you get influenced by this. You know, and I think energetically, that nature is so powerful. I think it puts us into a there's a certain. Of humility that you have when you're in that year. Next to a volcano, that's fourteen thousand foot and you gotta, two thousand for waterfall and yet a giant wave. I mean this stuff, they kind of
Oh yeah we're just lance here this little specks in we don't it's humbling but it's also inspire energy plan and energetic gives you power. The Mont the monarch We have always wondered why people that live in peach communities are there. So chill like I've wondered. Is that because of just the humility that get me just looking the ocean Looking Omar at, have you ever seen that book now called the blue mind on the guy's pretty interesting in Gaza, steady of why we gravitate towards being on the beach why all the most expensive real estate is beat front and that something about when we stare at the ocean they did all these studies were them. It is totally lights, the brain up that our whole, something about the horizon and about the ocean itself that that affects our whole. Well, being,
and part of it. We don't even know why, but we're just drawn like white. You know. Why is why? Are we drawn their? Why do we you know, and it has it has an effect on our system. I wonder if it's because we evolved to be close to the water because that's where the bounty is worrying get fish, and while we have from the one that true visa, Gary follow that the whole aquatic ape theory error. Yeah! I haven't really you know I haven't I haven't. I haven't really studied that. I mean you, know I know that. I know that when you're around dolphins and when you're around whales, how and like IE notes interesting today I was in the ocean and- and I felt something was around and I could feel it- I just knew something was around and then it just five ten minutes later bigs see lion kind of pop
up and went, but I could feel before, but but you know, when you're around those animals that are in the ocean, you definitely feeling a kindred spirits with them. Unlike you do with land animals, you know you don't really Had that mean, I mean ok, maybe a wolf for dogs, because we were connected with them for thirty thousand years. We have that relationship, you feel so something with a dog, but With this seeing animals, like I say when the dolphins come around and your way you just feel some kind of their just
some there. You know and they slave done. Some studies with you know dolphin how they affect kids, that have you no different disabilities and stuff and how it is totally help someone, and so is there. Some healing ability and actually dolphins are capable of having a collective consciousness. That's why they, when they get surrounded the big ones, don't just jump out of the net. They everybody stay together, so they, but but again you know the aquatic eight, but the that were from the ocean. I mean listen. I recalled the super life right. The ocean is. That is the reason why this? Why were we were here in my room and beer, if it wasn't for that, we will do it be Mars and he'll be harder, lived there yeah. This is something that attracts you too. At its very strange. It's it's very trying it will you, when you stand
There are two seated its peaceful just sit down the beach just stare out at the blue. It is, will the blue minds a great book, a beautiful book about talks about that and the science behind that an end they affected has honoured on our system. But you know it's in a way watching the ocean move is loaded like watching a fire. You know how fires mesmerizing ever fireplace and you just watch the flames move on the ocean. Has that movement and Anna and also not to go to the beach and I'll, do ahead, stand and stand and look at the ocean upside down, which is crazy because now it's the ocean is this is the sky and the waves, moving opposite to what your brains used it. So I did did it's. You know it's something. I do when I'm bored at the beach and even if you could ever live in a city of state
in a city for a little while before I mean I moved Manhattan at one point, thirty room didn't ya. I lived in Manhattan when I was about seventeen or eighteen. I had some friends at used to come to Hawaii. They lived in Manhattan and they invite me back for the summer and I lived there for summer and use dangerous for me to be there. That was because a danger. Cause you're kind of morals are pulled wild, your little more wild. You know your little more like an animal and then you're like you're in confinement. You know they're, just not enough. Nature like I gotta central park and showing off trees. Stop it that does what are you only got? Only didn't so much from you'll be the time seventeen or such like what you felt a real urge to be run. Nature always always pulled. Old to me, I'll just go to central park all the time. Wow, that's interesting
We just need. I needed that, and it will. You know people don't realize when they live there, but when you, when you're in a place with giant cement buildings in the herb tall, urine fighter flight the whole time, because the big yeah, because you're you're threatened by these big masses. They could fall over and absolutely and you intuitively you're living in that and then the new ways and all of the all the people, because in I Groups it in the back of the class right. I got a restaurant, I find it targets wall like I go, look for a chair and got worse. Also in the corner, I want to see what's comment. I, like you was governed so and you go, you know you go to New York and there's just your bombarded from every single. Angle run and sewed Urien fighter fight you're, just your constantly on guard to you know you don't know. What's gonna you know I'll take. My chances in the ocean yeah I'd love, visiting, banning yeah yeah but is
as living there. Now I just don't and my friend lives there and he's like the energy of the city, s eyes with the energy. It's amazing am. I augur retail therapy, Gill, yeah Retail pair Edison s neck. It's why every woman in the world move their sharp shop and then her friend goes on a lot. Energy is all people. People are given their doing things and makes me want to do things yeah yeah, but I want to do things anyway. I don't need that yeah while we were meant to live stacked on top of each other. That's not in our nature that around in our biology. Now These are an abundance of everything at yeah. There's a lot of things. It make an attractive right into two others editor I mean there's beautiful women that make it attracted, there's blue or the food you ever wanted to makes it attractive in others, all there's an abundance of step and there's always of the adieu you gotta theatre, you don't have to be self motivate young, be self driven, broken. Just there's all.
Three, you know ten parties in a bunch of dams and must be curbed in Siam. Just we need that. You can think others. Every aspect of it were so, I think that's has an attractiveness about it, but in our essence, do we belong in these these metropolises? They don't really have any and nature, that we shall we wooden. Actually that wouldn't be a place it no and we can only handle so many people at once. Anyway, like we can only have row intimate relationships with like a hundred gotta know, three hundred and thirty people up some crazy ass. If one fifty yeah yeah, I'm But I m fascinated by, though, is that these things exist everywhere and its citizens this in almost every single country. There's a place like or like an elite where everybody jammed and together like what is it about people that makes us want to live like this? That's an interesting thing: that's it question. Why are we attracted to that too that, while the abundance that we're and were were drawing
to go where everybody wants to go a little bit like sheep. You know we all go where, but he wants ago opportunity Emmi, there's all these things it in a white as every Why? Why does every city draw every year person from the countryside right because it will operate we need excitement, possibility the possibilities my friend Michael. Also on the show yesterday, and he was tell me that he was choking- he swallowed a piece of food, he got it stuck in his throat. You went to a table in Manhattan using Manhattan and it was like an choking, and he said this to this table people and he said this woman just stared at him with no reaction like didn't smile, anything and he coughed and the food came out because I was choking to death and she said well, you should take more bite please just the harshness: the harshness of New York dilation of the the The value of a human being is self so much less because so many of its potential tons of dread, that's a parliament of earth
now our value for and we become such a voice we become such voyeurs of, like will others watch you die, yeah. I wish all get a video of it and put in a post this stuff. My I mean instead of like, while that guy's need tell peace hurting. Let's let me help em right now, it's like, while, let's no, I mean we, you see it's it's a strange phenomenon. You'll get more help when there is less people and then you will when there's all the people around. You have again they'll Davy three thousand people now I'll do sit there, ensnaring guy, that's bleeding to death, where, when there's two people, They are one of the people, walk tourniquet, the guy's leg right right, right, like if you met the v, saw someone in the woods fall and bright delay and was just you. Two you'd feel totally connected that person or If you saw some other hundred people around the guy falter gets hit by a car like well nigh my problem day. My problem and everybody goes: that's not my party's emulating you hadn't defused responsibility happens in large groups of people who, like somebody's gonna hand
and they tell me, I know one dice yeah, no one does the yeah. There was a video that are watch recently of this guy. There was, I don't what was happening but was outside at night some sort of a night club sort of situation. This woman hit this guy this guy knocked out this one woman that another girl came out of me knocked her out to the girls, filling it someone's filmy and then not doing anything about it. No one's no, instead from this guy knows grabbing the guy runs away successfully and then the Ellie p d, put a thing out. Looking for this guy, like how the fuck does the guy with the camera live for themselves, how did you six elm adjust guy punch two women, exactly exact. Unless your woman to you, I don't want to scare fuck up to now to know why you just get on with their erect and if I don T, know whatever happiness and this year now. Rather our drive a car on what you know, but it says strange? How we lose our humanity- and these joy we're doing more to now? Just with all that, there's a bunch of factors that are playing in entered into that right into into us kind of
separating ourselves from the person next door and their right there, but were were over here, we're on our work on our device look down, and they are right. Next to us in were lights almost like we bring. We think that that's an invisible screen, yeah dissolved. The thing about Hawaii that avoids found interesting, seemed kind. I know everybody, so you can't be an asshole attributes. Thank you count. Ability, building, If we are to see him at that, you're gonna seem at the store in five minutes, so either you work it out and you agree that you don't like each other and they just like an accepted thing in or you work it out in you get through it yeah. I love that. Why loved that about small towns to small towns have the same thing, but the spot but an island, it's a small town with an ocean around. It really know where to go, not cooperate the imo piker up uncle. I, how many people of their about sixty something now sixty five thousand- that's Larry S, yeah, that's less than the big island which yeah pretty soon.
Yeah, but he begged the giant and giants like hundreds right now. I've been I let them for a while as well, but I grew up on Co. Likewise, my that is my you know. That's my that's got my heart right on my heart, so Yes, sir Guy just and then you ve got Honolulu which might as well be Chicago or something absolutely it's like city. Rob absolutely their email city problem, lion and and heavy military, so they have a huge military units in the military of influences. A city like any any initiative, it has another there next week, it there's an effect that the military has on the city Honolulu has that Honolulu is connected to the melted it up or Arbour malo that stuff. So there a million people which is insane and say Ellie imports, a gathering, pay Honolulu means the gathering place,
it's like where everybody goes to. You know, that's where the state Capitol lose. That's our whole! That's all! That's Waikiki that soon I'll know. How does that one place become so populated its item? I don't know why I it's it's. You know I think it has to do with. If you look at most places that cities have been created, it's usually
some geographical design, some shape like a Marbre odyssey Honolulu, an incredible harbor of great harbour, great protection, so that probably has a lot to do with with the fact that it was developed like it was because of the nature of any was you know, I used to say it like. If you went to Rio De Janeiro and no one was there and you showed up one day with a boat- and there is no one had built anything, it would be amazing drive you showed up in Manhattan and you went up there. You know Hudson and you pulled up on that island you'd be like, while this spices amazing sir most of these places, you know you're in Paris in you,
in the same way around it you'd be like, while this so most most to the places where cities have been developed are amazing, geographical location and any out of necessity. There are easy to get do with boat. You know that that as a big factor to it, there is always some sort of you, no strict strategic there's something do a stretch into being a strategic location as well, but now I dont know why Honolulu other than great for mooring and harbours and unprotected real protected. All that pearl, harbor stuff is very protected, and so that made it very easy to develop. If you didn't live there, where they live the entire planet. Money that you didn't. I love Alaska, you don't I, but I dont think I honestly, you know both Gabby and I have been so splitting the years for since we met and
I realise that I am I'm nomadic like I'm here, I'm that I really like, like the animals like I like to move in a season, it feels more natural actually and I've weak iconic with my daughter's we kind of influence in that way. But I don't wanna be anywhere all the time. That's what I really realize. I realise that I'm not good they. I guess there's will you get caught up in a dream? stick with your neighbour and your sister destroys something about being in one location all year round and it feels more natural to move according to the seasons right, like hey summertime, energize you go to. You know we come to California summer, the surface down in Hawaii. In the in the summer time, that's when the wager flats, others they don't, I don't have the sea, which means I would shifted to other land stop. It brings a whole set of opportunities. It's like. Why would we go north? I mean why we go. You know in north in the summer, because that would be a more
and it nominate button a winner. You wouldn't go because he be do arch. So it's a little bit like that mentality, where you move more like if your hunting and gathering you definitely be moving according to the seasons, Ike yeah where the fruit was when the fruit was you no good and you'd go where the hunting was great, when the honey was good in all of those things, and at that feels natural for me to speak, you know to be back and forth, but city likes it, months needs places. I wish you d say your Malibu in Calais, yeah, yeah, that's nice! One and you get seek both things too. Thanks and one was open. Your eyes open your mind moment. You're mine, in an energetic the malady, who is very powerful like where we are. You know it's like indian mountains and the mountains meet the sea in their some you know people don't realize how abundant that sea life is too. They always malibu. They have like a preconceived idea about what Malibu is but Malibu, whose has as it You know Malibu means Gateway the sea and to gash. That's an indian word, Malibu, the gate which is in a
ways the valley that open from the planes were the Buffalo word to the fishing in the end, the an ocean. So there there's there some. You know something to that place that that we feel comfortable and if you're gonna be here for us it is, I can still be in the ocean. I can still have that nature part by then I can run into you know allay and try to expand. My brain allurement yet is really a weird spot right. Look mile, booze, gotta, weird combination of really rich people that are completely detached in their own pills, like the pc age, the terrifying place to draw one of the most dangerous. So many fuckin was drowning accidents and its wine and yet the ocean, so good job houses and click on the other, narrow winding and their all our drivers in America. Let's even there's something about that range to wrestle. Somebody's bar, in restaurants or people, drink areas That's it that's a wickedly, dangerous road, but this does detached p.
All in all, I had friends that had the kids go to now behind the Jesus Christ, everyone's to entrust all fucked up the children of these rich people are often neglected raised by their nannies. Oh yeah parents are home, and yet there just pious that contracted by some of the coolest people. Ever and you have some of the people that dont want live in tat. On that work in the industry, highly successful that one nature they want nature and they want to be, There are now they're willing to drive that hi every day and go to work in town to have the balance of being in the. Enjoy. So you know it's it's it's what we always say bright light dark. I mean it's too. That is what you get whether you know what the with the greatness you get is the you know the destruction and attracts weirdos does either so many strange. This eclectic people eclectic make which got an exit, but it makes a great too like if you for the good group, you got guys, you know you go the store,
you ve got guys that are that? Are you know they lived in Malaga for their whole life. Since your kids, they don't do you know they live up up, one of the canyons in their totally grounded, an annual and then you got right next to him. Some you know, giant mansion and with, like you said in your kids at are neglected. But there's a good ocean there and there's some good mountain sulphur. Like mountain bike, sin and ocean activities. It's pretty. You know about it that the land stuffs always him. Key with you, you know yet the humans, land revenge for the place on the water, fully three months work in our kitchen done, and it was crazy. Like you to sit there, a wake up, eat breakfast you're on the water down to just what he added. When the place we re whereat. Yet it was. The water would literally come under the edge of the house. So it looks like you're sitting on a lot of what I ve been on about you watch and do see, otters, others, wildlife and bird tat. Amazing You'll want home one of those houses, but there
to stand? Well, if you only you really don't own for long now, not in this sounds very. If we get it, we never know where I get a big way. I'm always gun shy about being on the wall. Are living on the water. I think I, when I was a kid we had to evacuate and so I've written army for giants future surf. So we had to leave our house at our house, but your house got a road and sixty nine Jesus Christ. Now so I'm always been. I think I've had a thing in the back of my head, like at one besides highly expensive, but just living on the beach it's like nor go to the beach, albeit the beach all day, but then I wanna be away like I want to go. And and be away right and not have sand in my bed. Not have yes, my tv and you know not like everything, gets corroded corroded waiting after build about dear should, if you build a house there, just pretend it's a boat, that you don't have to worry about thinking? Maybe it might might
slowly. How far? Where do you live from the water about a mile as a crow flies, but I'm up a he also. I overlook overlook the ocean and I could see- and then I don't have any neighbours. I have only one neighbour on the front back and that both sides know neighbours, so its I've, always liked being on hills and being back, I'm using seems that's where I end up, I saw views having view you're really good for your brain good, for your brain to be up and let everything fall below good for the brain, such building on the mind. What is his saw, this physical training company that you're doing doing something expiate here. What is that extra de is, I would describe it as a kind of a it's a lifestyle programmed it evolved doubt of what how I'll Willie we live like what we were
we do, and so we started at experiential thing where people can come for like two and a half days and go through this. You know get exposed to speakers in they do heat nice. We do pull training and breadth, work and mobility conference is instant third exposed to speakers liquid mean well. What I'll invite you know. I would invite you to come and speak for an hour and I didn't bite, appalled check or we have somebody speak on long jeopardy or somebody's me on YO still have during that. During the the experience we have a couple. Speakers Talk on you know, nutrition, fitness wellness career whenever, just as something as another piece of the of the element and then and then and like I say, we, I pull training and then we try and we ve been certifying trainers now to kind of help people go through the the process as well as to its. You know, it's it's really about rest and recovery and breathing it's more based on on
that part is not just another training thing of like hey how we deal with how it can harry you owe me right. I think that's overplayed. I think the ways we can train and and Howard training is really overplayed. I think we're we're not creating enough things at nurture the system. You know and really look at trying to to support people in there in there. In their already, you know hammering life there already being themselves down. As I just get up the red, I will go to the German. Will hammer ourselves there now old stay up all day, and you know- and I think we they need some support, so breadth. Work is a big part of it. Knowing how to move correctly, I think that's a big part of it has plenty of people hurt themselves session agenda without you know about some knowledge of movement in form, and then I have a pool training system developed, which is the Gabby was telling you about some Jeffreys yeah. That's the most proprietary thing I think we have is,
It's a marriage between the Jim in the in the pool cause. I despise swimming that you, like yeah, that's a letter. I know I did I just. Why do you if he said go, do lapse in the pool I'd be like sham who and I get the floppy fin and real? Oh yeah, I just its ideas, that's crazy out! Your fuckin serve nor what I'd say but it. But if you said, hey weren't, take these mask in this things and we're in a swim. This coastline were the waves, are breaking on the rocks and we're gonna go for five miles. I mean like I, but if you said hey go down there and and and and where some swim goggles, where you can't even see and Swimming a murky waterway. You don't know what's in it and we swim a mild down there, and you can do that every day. I d I'd rather step in a rusty nail, the do that. I mean it's site that so because of my MIKE disdain for swimming. That kind of swimming
I mean? I mean, if there's its, if it's in the surf in the waves at two different that the different game? That's a whole different Blaine. I want to do lapse in the pool. You'd kill me, you I'm gonna die. I just I would. Rather yeah? I guess I'd rather get my internet. So weird joy moving in the water by deal with it, I've done bells, so carrying a dumb bell, jumping within dumb bills, lot about. Why did you start Ex Peter like what was the motivation, because you're you're, obviously into doing this stuff yourself yeah? Why create a foundation or well the reason why we started it was because an opportunity to expose yourself ensure, with more people we were doing in ourselves. Naturally, and then we have friends common. They were like this sucks awesome and then can I invite my friend and then we were. We realise that that if we really wanted to occur both to more people and share. We were gonna, be a limitation. If everybody had come to my house
giving a website and every young yeah what is not easy to use and for export delight. Expedient life, dot, com and expertise stands for. While my my answer is: it is it exploration in performance training. There is a high performance fuels limitless life domvilles in the pool their earlier? So this is all you are you are you have opened up? We need yeah yeah, in its model Kyle Car kings, Borgia, another guy yeah. The will have some beautiful guys come like I'll. Give you a great thing that you depreciate is. I have this whole, but first of all, there's a bunch of things that happened in the world, night, which one of the things it happens is when you're underwater the compression of the.
Water allows the blood to flow through your lymphatic system, which normally takes about a twenty four hour period, happens in one hour, so imagine compression tight, taking IP wearing reckon. It really helps the blood flowed right. Well, this is the ultimate compression the water is so then you deal with the psychology saw it's good for fighters like I am I. Fighters because of the psychology of what we can do, because you deal a lot with stress. Were able to implement stress in a very controlled environment and then and then and then like, for example, and grant hill at one point in his career. But I have a friend shook him, nor whose basketball player- and we were doing these- we're doing these in the water we're doing these Dunkin drills last summer. So he try train with them and get about just up, because you can do a lot of highly The explosive heavy loaded movement with protection, because now you know more about momentum, which wishes to pour showed
How can Europe is? Gonna hurt your knee where I can take a basketball player, and I can run him through thousands of jumps, thousands which, at the end of if I did that on land he would be broken. He's already. Jumping too much in his season, he doesn't need to jump more right, so I could load him up in and make him do these dynamic. But but now is protected as easy, because we ve taken gravity outside. So it's it's like it's like saying: hey, we get to a trade in outer space, but it's in my back yard right now. What what kind of results of these bats leads spirits well thought vote, so joke him in his career, and I don't know how many years he's been the NBA. He came back after doing this dumping job is using this as an example, and I had the most dunks per minute that he's had his entire career. Woe. He was dont get on it was slamming on every by me and it helps eighty seven feet tall, but the fact is that he he he noticed now
in a grand he'll was talking about. He gained three inches in the last year of his career after playing in the NBA for twenty yourselves in each of the three inches higher yeah yeah. So I mean we're getting. Were I'm that's the kind of tangible step that I'm that I that I'm getting? Despite that, there's a lot more things. A lot of it has to do with breath because as in the waters, are controlled breathing patterns? So everything is control because you can't breathe and take it to the top so you're doing a drovier jumping and most of the things we do or leg driven. So is mostly arms. Part of the reason why people, only user arms is cause. You use five times the oxygen with your legs as you do with your arm. So the laser very enough.
Shit for swimming, but yet they create a lot load on your heart, which that can boost your breath holding and so there's a bunch of other other things that happened, but a lot of it is just that environment is very protective. So for recovery to four, like what somebody's gotta hurt me hurt here, purred ankle, you can go in there and start moving dynamically early before you would ever do it on land and be protected. So there's an lunches, you know, and then we can just ratcheted up. I can make you know if I I truly believe view gave you said you know I'll get. Few Phelps is going to come to your house and you can have Phelps for three months. I could make false faster yeah, this is this. Is this? Is this I'm? So I'm he's doing it? Duncan Drilling is using a medicine body. Seventy jump out of three feet of water right so when he gets on land. When he gets on land and say like he gets
a whole other game. You how to manage a whole another game now. Did you invent this protocol this whole of dumping in doing in the water. Would what motivated well, I came. The original concept came out of the drilled, not a drill, a thing we used to do in the summer when we were kids, it's a hawaiian kind of Waterman Drill you run on the bottom with stones those he now be. Japan does that we get a stone. You run along the bottom, then you put down your friend swims along the surface and then when he, when you go up here down, grabs hidden and he goes along as far as he can in you swim and you just go back and forth Intel. Neither one of you can do it so is based kind of on that concept, and then, but I want It takes spanned because that's kind of limiting you to swim in you run and you can't isolate movements in you not working it like you can with dumbass. So now I shift dumb bells into the water and- and I have all different way so, depending on your skill level, you know everything
we do and that's one thing about every thing that I'm involved, then is it usually has to have a speck aid has to be able to be. You know for everybody to do. It asked the old people and kids too. In my mind that is not viable. Unless it's it, you can appeal to everybody that you need. You need a kids needs Vila do at an old PETE person, be able to really be valid. That really have legitimacy. You know it's like. Ok, the coffee its has to be. There has to be things at the kids can can have that dreamer they will can have it is how to get a canvas be special. I think the specializations of some of this stuff is creates the lack of validity. I dont think that that its valid, if its specialised and so that I could take a little kid My daughter does a bunch of the pool, training stuff right. I have an older older guys. They come and do a bunch of the pool, training staff, United Pat Riley, comes in there and he change in the summer.
Time, whether it'll stop yeah yeah. So we get up really broad spectrum of people on that and that confirms Jimmy that it's really legitimate right, because in its like now, this is really like. The kids can do at all. People can do at the top guys can do at the bar guys can do and everybody can do it then do you know that that something needs debts? I disagree that. Do you know what what what is real how many years even doing this x bt. Well I mean the poor training I, I developed over the last probably ten to twelve years ago, twelve years now in the pool with any you have evolved to start off with a couple idea: I've the boy had like of velcro, wait: Jacket Marine Velcro like wings, yet jumping to deepen its all scary. Get the jacket. Often now can you get up, so
was in TAT, was whose catch that was via the flowers. So then we moved have done bills were you can drop on Iraq, but we know there's probably twenty exercises them unless weighty using it depends. Sometimes we do We have of a move called the gorilla were using. You know, sixty to seventy seventy pound, DUMBO redoing, a curl press jump so huge ye and you're jumping on the slope. So your curl, pressing and jumping with with With no sixty seventy pound dumbass, depending on your side, were swimming with fifty pound. Sixty bound dumb bells were jumping off the bottom, with fifteen pounds bells, it depends on the exercise. So it's all depends on the person, skill what the drill is, but we have a whole. I have all the weights next to the pool, so we have everything from seventy two to five pound will double. I love that idea of the jump press like doing some sort of Oh yeah, it's how you'd love it. It's crazy. I called the gorilla curls.
It's a squad, curl press jump and then you, when you come out of the water you just let the weights drop in the water catches but you could never do that land. How dvd older out right right? How do we do this new order, while you ve? on your height, so I have. I have a about. Eleven foot deepened and then I have a slope, so you can choose every get all the way, and then I have what you saw in that last video, it's about three and a half with shallow, and so this is the first pool I'm trying to build a couple. I'm trying to build one in Hawaii right now: that's that's. Gonna fall what I learned from this poor. So this boy I just kind of built it with you- know with the hopes of designing a programme and then out of it came all they all this stuff. What are you an altar? I mean a create me. The deaths, so I'm gonna do like an area that has twelve foot, then we're gonna shit back to feed, have a ten foot and then another flat area of
foot and then another flattery, six foot and then I have the magic with is about somewhere between thirty five to forty feet wide and that's like if you're trying to swim a heavy dumdum you're, we do a lot of individual limb stuff so that you I salute each Lamb, so we'll do pistol squats in russian lunch squats in a bunch of other end and movements that you can you be very vulnerable, you did that in the gym? Yuki DE jets are, you could hurt yourself, but because you have that stability and that environment, it totally port, you! So you can. You can be and go into ranges, emotion that you don't have like you. You know you might I'll, be able to go sink all the way down into a deep lunge on one leg and press out with DUMBO in your hand on land, but in the water you can and again the water actually makes it lighter too. You have the boots, the weight and stuff. So there's a bunch of great stop that comes out of it. That sounds very attractive to people who have had injuries, but
the and what but the irony is. Is it a kind of it's a little bit like what comes out of rehab. Were you actually get better performance? Still like you like? You know a lot of, a lot of rehab exercises become performance dry, being exercises and others. I I don't do that shit only when he had heard roused are doing that get strong that way, so that mean maybe won't get her. Yes, you know. So it comes that way to. It goes both direction and do have work out, so people can follow online. Someone goes to the BT. Life is Ex BT life, as we ask me to life website. Yeah, She was the thing that we have done the thing we have right now. It is probably the most the most kind of problem. One thing: it's happening as soon as we have a breathing app coming out so a breeding out that has almost every different modality a breath work, and so there some pretty cool self in there you can go choose hey before I go to sleep are before my work out after my work out. You know during my,
thanks. So we have a bunch. We have a pretty cool breathing app that that working on it as well. So you ever talk to him half I dont want. Do you know him? yeah yeah, I'm doesn't he doesn't give a factory breeders who knows your mouth, just brave man. I know I know he doesn't really crazy. I love that comedy of I've had a few, We have more women. I've had a few without a few experiences assessment that way, but we'd have demanded. We ve had a couple of experiences I've done some stuff with when I've known whimper, unlike for five fears now, maybe we will no longer so hope he can usually when he was down. I think the last time, maybe when you see when you saw him he came, he comes to visit, so I get up. I if I use when I go with when I usually translate for him when he goes to one This classes, I'm usually like trying to hasty or don't understand by peseta I'll, be with somebody that we like what you say I'll be like what he means is take a deep breath.
Yeah he's such a care. He is a character. Guy went too far in the top of avarice barefoot, dahlia like one I was lost. His toes. Do ya criteria? No, he goes Maria, Well, he's is his are actually is tumor is. Is it is it derivative of tomorrow and I'm not sure if you know what new always but to Malaysia HIM, a lan breeding technique that that the the monks have that they were they. They had this one thing where they dry sheets, so they have this thing the ceremony where they go at night in the Himalayas when its frozen snow and the guy it's there and they put which sheets wet blankets autumn and they breathe and get their bodies so hot tat. They why the blankets and then in the guy they can drive the most blankets at the end of the night is the is like the guy you, nobody so yeah yeah eye is called tumult and its You can go online and look it up. A tomb always is is
himalayan breathing technique that back at was never. Both to westerners big until just as of recently by the whims whims. Work is a derivative of of tumor, but no, Bree. It's all about knows, breathing it's all about, breathing and when you do understand the science of it, but he's right about getting people to just because people are not breathing. Then we in fact we had another your, I want to say it's Russia name, but but she has again book sheet: trains, fire fire in police and military bridge We just had her heard. We didn't expertise in Miami about a week two weeks ago, and she came as a guest speaker and win was king on really trying to create more volume and then are a lot of people's rip. Cages are moving so they have a horse. You know, there's ways: to try to increase your movement of your ribcage, your ribcage, it actually open like you, you could
a tape and measure your ribcage when you are fully exhaled and then, when you inhale, it should expire and, like you know three, and she's or more for you to be really are only breathing and a lot of peace Well, I mean part of it has to do with the whole six pack Arabs in what's aesthetically pleasing. But meanwhile, when you have a real nice six so six back Abt yuri you you're not able to die dramatically, breathe you're, not able to use your diaphragm you're, not using your diaphragm, we're going out that. Yet cause you're. You hear that Agnes in allowing the diaphragm to push down the Frahm and tell the pelvic floor, act, sheep squeeze your organs together and and that She massaging the organs which influence is your digestion and everything and deals with a bunch of acid reflects and a bunch of other things. But when the weather Well, that's the Arabs are so tight that that's the that the study can expand the organs can push this belly out. Then,
you then, then you have a limitation in your in your brain in the ribs aren't moving. I mean it just because you can hear the single gonna stay fat, Anita, six back well, bye, bye, Not only has the bite, but I actually, if you're, really using your lungs, you you can use your strengthen your core in a way that you'll get, core. You could have six back Abner, not have course stability. Like so you know I mean in you know this. I mean when you look at a lot of every single great fighters. Just ripped now, some of them, yes, as ever, not ribs at all or phaedr. Exactly so. Let's talk about that varies. Very example up. You know that, Yet it is and always functioned brown right and work and of course, we know that the mind is always ahead of everything I care. What car looks I give the God no motor that a new annex I to the body on those were the brain tells it, but the fact is that you see some of the best athletes when you look at certain athletes. You're not like they're, not the physical
Bessie means that you ve ever seen you like that that guy's, the most ripped in shredded, will add tabs those guys get knocked usually you say a guy can only just got this. Guy's gonna kill this guy and then he gets you know now. Laid by the guy that looks. Maybe I'm not quite sure as hard right by fire is dynamic, smacks Holloway Proof example: Hawaiian yeah he's not like shredded. His strong ya, but he looks smog. Swimmer yeah the hour you you might find that his breathing he might have better air. Because at the end of the day, a lot of its about oxygen, Cardio Ben MAX's cargoes off the chart exactly so he's getting more movement out of there. I mean you know again. We ve created these. You know aesthetic things in in our culture, like oh six, back ABBA sign of this indebted up, but when you look at real breath work and how the diaphragm works and how the ribs expand he realizes like were. None of us are really doing right now and you can actually create
or volume. You know you said you like court set mushrooms. Yes, will those are actually a vassal dilate? Those helps unhappy absorb oxygen you'd. Those can up here the two MAX. I did only a couple of things you can how to increase your beauty max, but quadriceps, one of em beaches beach. Another one you can more volume by expanding your lungs. So, by opening the rib cage in creating more room that concrete em, you're bio to MAX now. People are here in this new breath, work of folks who have never done anything like that that there really don't understand what you're saying like. What do you mean by breastwork like give us an example of the protocol? Well Annette mean a real, simple, loving print. They do it in protein Yama. They have it an app NEA there's, a thing called Hollow Tropic, but breath work really is is when isolate the breathing just a man- and you know the simplest way- and that's why whims says hey, I don't give a shit you very briefly on a fog bribery, yeah yeah, so you know
like we do a breath routine and we'll sit somebody down and will say: ok breed like your running breathed, you're running and what, the guy breed like he's running another that's a slow run like breed like you're running you know like, like any time make any movement in any air in and out is good. It is a form of breath, work right and especially new, isolate the system and you're not doing it because of an activity. The fact Is it when you use that system and you work it and you're not detracting from it? By doing exercise. If you're doing the assault bike, we arms are working in your legs are working so all the oxygen that your absorbing is going into your arms and legs. When you're icily, you just do the breathing alone. Now the auction. Is going into that system in that system is going to develop and get better. Then what Do your assault bike after you develop that system so we'll isolate, breath, work and will just do it alone. Will weather We're doing you know whether
we're doing breath. Holes were doing some kind of Albania breath work which, as we know, we do a pattern where you're doing like you eat you home. For thirty seconds, and then you breathe in for fifteen, and then you it out for fifteen than you hold again you go in and out and hold in and out and whole that's one pattern other pattern is in hold out hold in hold out hole, in hold out all thy. She again, those are theirs. It you know. I then there's Proto Yama app NEA hollow trouble. They're just subway your oxygen system way, you know, like whims, would be We just get their rhythm going. Do that for five minutes and you more about your light at an angle yeah, because you have an energy and lay down your head yet at auction in your system like that right so again, a conscious but can't bringing consciousness.
Your breath were not just walking along Unlifelike, not thinking about breathing, that's The beginning a breath were just awareness of hey. I need. United States debris than analysis. I still conscious and that's a big one with martial arts, you see in Jujitsu with beginners when they first start sparring for the first they panic and they have shallow graphics, and yet it ok stop right now to breathe, berry. Oh yeah well might applying yeah right of light, but it's interesting. They can't get a deep breath yeah they they d hyper ventilate yeah. Well, you will put somebody in the age for the first time that had already that's them too crazy. I want to see it right that that's it you sit down, you don't know yet. I can't breathe oh yeah, but you eventually learn whether the system, this to turn that Acta, an involuntary sponsor, get out right strike. Do you have the option
exercise. Adoption of that it is going to respond that your that's your subconscious, mind protecting the organ organism like here this in the EU adding intuitively knows this is dangerous environment get out, and so that reaction is, get you to get out. When you see when you make it, Conscious effort did not leave that environment. Then the body goes. Ok, not going to get out. Ok, it will now organised I'll, bring the blood the organs adjust. Everything I'll go boost your hormones and so on and pretty soon you don't get that response team are what you do on a regular basis. The body discos over here we are again back to that. I sang bring the Barcelona boost the hall moans bring all the blood no organs. You know that so, but that cadets, that's a similar thing. To the way you talk about Jujitsu, where people are the stress on the sis in their stressed, and so there involve carefully. You know and that's fighter flight. One thing, you can really do the calm like com. A kid down. This is the You get yourself into parasympathetic, where you bring your thing down, is when you extend your breath for seven,
seconds on the inn, he only exhaled that reduce devil, bring everything down like if you want to calm down in your or your kid stretch, your kid just all, and you get him to discreet in four seven seconds and I shall be will think about a sigh, my youngest daughter when should get upset you do that I'd, try, you gotta, breathe you gotta breed harmed at seven seconds is a magic number. If they'd, if you can extend the breath for seven seconds in the body, goes into parasympathetic and totally that's that's what you do too like go to sleep at night, like if you are having a hard time zone, there's a bunch of stuff to learn about the boy which is amazing, I think the reason why the the breath has always been so. Important to me is this: because of the ocean should, because you know going up when you almost drown, you know a thousand times you you you what error is important You know I've? U just getting a priest like there's none down there here and it's all up there and so be cool down there.
So when you say you can get back while I learned breath work because of Hickson Gratia Room watching Hickson Gracie Practice, YO goes a friend, you know he again, you know he does that. What does all that young? I think what it has done, little that that's the pony, I'm yeah yeah, there's a name for Ya Thursday. Twisted your your view. He really success. Organs gap in his hand, can do it amazing chrome can do it. Amazing YAP supper get very well that the organs year and that the ability to control your I think that is so critical when you sparring so political did to get oxygen. These long training sessions offer your life yeah for your life? Any time here in the stress of union enjoy your breath controls your high rate de overdue thirty seconds in thirty seconds out, never do that yeah! to slow, Eau de Garrison gas low depressing. That's an amazing actress axis. Well, that's thinking Don't you know that you do that
during periods of authentic, that's bringing seven just a minimal amount in whom we would never you go into any of those long extended stuff. In the end, then those breath holds anytime. You hold the breath, then you get that she'll You level naturally gives you the answer to your did you, as you know, whims done like some record breaking stuff and you had that free, diving stuff, where were they scrub auction You know where they hyper ventilate and scrubbed this year, doing get that real low, but yet to be careful about shallow waters got so we don't really practice any of that stuff. We do more like assault bike, jumper the ports along. You can hold your breath and then it's a mania, then Daniel five tents. Ten seconds is like that's big time. Fifty you like, while I was amazing maximum heart rate. Hello Can you hold your heart? I mean how can you hold your breath that some that's a challenge. Keep us all by right. Next to the pool gap, I wanted to draw you rather the way I oh yeah, yeah
there's always another enough twisted pretzel. Now what are the coming? Because of your hip? Do you have limitations on other kind of stuff. You can do. Not imagine running would be a real Pierre. Not now I like deeps, deep texture running so soft San because in the foot in the articulation of the feet and not shoot and none not wearing shoes. So how do we shall do San running and If I mean it's not like, I ll ask ourselves like out, but I love barefoot and deep stuff like round hard ground ages small is sitting here. You know if you have to fifteen or to do and what everything over to interpose I mean you shouldn't be running more than a couple more week, if you're over a buck twenty I mean it it, really oh yeah, it's so hard on nooses on our ground Absolutely, I suppose is pounding you I mean it. One thing to go in a soft teach, something that as absorb
you know like it if you're running in the sand or your runnin, are you run in the snow you're running in some deep thick grass or something it's got absorption but yeah. You go run you you know your an eighty. Two thousand. You run a new just pound everything. Just you know. Seventy your body weight on the download and then you're wearing a shoe. That's you know, that's kind, Deceiving you it's all a bit like a sunglass. You notes you could get block in the light, but let no bad light in you know you think it's a block in the absorption, but you diskin pounded. I mean you and your feeder You know I mean barefoot is so important grounding so important to me. Neither these are things, but I have a new body I have a cool like that. I just somebody just gave me recently called a standard by which the company called a lip to go, but I just standing by its position so for standing alone, and so the postures unbelievable and you want to grind on a hill- a mean Yoni running You have zero impact, it's like you know it. So
DE gruntings harder. I mean I understand of high of running, but you know what are you a rule for me? Real running is barefoot in some soft sand. I this one beach in Hawaii that I run on it that that's a little bit like what Santa, probably your sink in like mid, you a lower, lower lower calf, like I know your sink in afoot in do it why you don't need to go far, but here you don't need to go in your term patches now, so I grew up with I groped farming like around on a pig farming, then with terror, patches and fishing and psychotic group, but there's a terror terra patches, as is a rice, Patty much much right, and so you we grub workin in that stuff, in walking, carrion, buckets and being in that much washing the MIKE Mike Foot, deep, my, but we have seen an environment like out where you have to pull your foot out in an sink in words absorbing the impact I mean. That's where work,
You know I always question the damage forces. The work right like the pounding that you and most I mean once you're a certain size, the war, the pounding that you get? I think you can get all cardio you want. You jump up, trouble trade land on your toe. You know that about when you're running every. Inevitably, people go to heal, striking their landing. Their heels, because I have a shoe that they so they think they're getting. You know they think they're getting protecting their landing on something Can a sop still sending the needle that impact up your spine and inevitably anything. You do and you and you come back in your backards. I have to question like optimum working on that wasn't dead left ear. Was it right right yeah? But what about your friend mortified? what he was about. He runs. He runs like on the very shippers, short short step balls of his feet like I would I would even I would call it more like it. I don't even I described the pace, but its saw slow at a slow pace.
Is that your landing on the toes the whole time, so it's not like a rat in our hard. I run where your pounding cell so is probably do like ten minute miles or something I don't know. I don't even know what is his range, as you know that Mr President, why do I think running off your toes grey? There is, though, the huge eyes owes the running. Who does who does it? How do I run with minimal yeah I mean who say: authorities are standing by ties ridiculous when we got done that the war. Can I from me that that day that is the limited go. They have the new, a new one, that's just a petal, I'm just kidding. Yet it looks awesome now that you know, I think I made that silly the guy was a runner and couldn't run any more got injured and then he said he started the bike and he said vikings not running, and so then he developed that thing because its. Simulates running with on the impact that, unlike I said, that's why, like the pool? That's why in and I think, do it's like, if you think about doing things forever,
what are you doing? Things are ever yet. I guess we'll die by doing things for ever, so how we gonna do so we can do for ever no impact. Well so reducing impact, and if you actually see in doing that. Initially then, you might not have the worry about trying to recover right all that stuff that you so its agreed on. On a train in a way that we're gonna have to change training to try to make up cause all the day. Which we ve done, let's try to avoid the damage. For the beginning, I much already too late. For me, I got seven Nino. I got six broken goals? Is your angels, daddy and what the hell did you just do your anglers, what program? Annex six or seven times broke the arch broke all the medicines from surfing doll, different motorbike surfing snowboarding. As you mess up your hip public broke walking on a broken ankle fur all those years thick ass, each time I broke it, I've five or six different breaks, and then I would keep going so I would keep walk in
and but I'd means I had to carry the load on my right here, so I think I just war the cartilage out from offsetting and carrying the loaded, the broken leg Jesus. So that was so I mean AIDS, so wasn't like one injury? We hurt your help, owes us slung. I just had a word. I, as I said, I lived a couple lives with Alan. I was that there was only one life hip and I had three I would like a little vague hope. It incredible Bionic, the things not even my in my in my brain not even how so as I told you, I don't ever even bring it in in the consciousness its they and its slicker. It's like a shady bends ball join him mean it's absolutely perfect. Why it's an end. No, I mean I've had a c. I had some new stuff before that was harder to recover from the hip. They was, I just felt like it. Kick by a horse for a couple months and then, after that it was like no brainer jump off a cliff go stand, a paddle run,
I mean I tell you did not do certain things. No really don't you like you could just he just don't do anything. You should do with your Roman, really That's I do anything you shouldn't do with your real applicable. That was you only thing I mean to guide the Doktor Brandenburg who did mine he he did it to a contortion. I get, some contortionists had some blown hips and he did it to and stood there I'll still performing and stuff so early. I don't. I think it's a mean. This stuff is the technique energy is amazing and the thing that I the thing that I would consider it I ever had to do it again is that the atrophy from the the the initial problem is harder to recover from then you just go in and get in the new one, and I think when people push it, you know they used to private push that stuff because they want to. For the technology got better and they only last fifteen years and all that stuff. But the atrophy that you try to recover from
is harder to recover from then, if you would have gone in and guidance done when you knew when, as soon as you needed to have it so the one you have now, you have to get it swapped out every fifteen years. No, no, no, no, but on the back and early do all aid they. They don't know how long this new stuff last they had some. They had some material that debt wore out after, like they cause there's a alike. Some kind of polyurethane some kind of slick outer layer. Well, like a cart, let like alike, are man made cartilage between the mall joined in the socket and so that, stuff wore out in the past, but that you out- and they had this now stuff that that has been for ten years, and a lot of people are ready and they ve seen zero aware on it. So you don't know, could be thirty could be. You know could be ten mean I was actually, I stayed conscious and I was able to stay awake for my hip Marjorie that
because I didn't have to recover from the from the seizure Real YA, take people month to get them to show their system really oh yeah, to try to get amnesty ammunition is controlled death there. Despite what you write to the edge to die and keep you alive, I mean anesthesia some hard stuff on your system to get that stuff out your organs, you gotta do like a fool dogs clans. It's not dislike! Oh yeah anesthesia, I'm! Never her, though before I didn't. I didn't know that I thought you feel like shit for a day or two, but I know tat shit in your organs and stuff. There's no way that's up to Gaza. They can't they can dose he out and knocking out like that without that stuff? Lingering I mean you know how to take to when you get a hang over me so that they do look epidural block on you haven't Euro block yeah and they had is so good that they could just isolate the left. The left hip
they did that to me when I had my first ACL surgery, I wanted to see it yeah because I was like I am. I want to watch. I felt like ammonium do this once in my life. I want to see this turns out three of them you have three surgeries but I wanted to see a wanted. I wanna be they reserve was pretty freaky. I was Asia. Eighty shelter, I saw the right light on yeah. Nobody ever died. Cadaverous right, leg, left leg out a battalion and grow yet so now your hip. Doesn't even you don't feel it? You don't feel. Thing not even in the wheel, not even a thought. Why not even lights like amazing- and it was I was- it- was debility I could barely walk. I mean I could still surf but get the land I ve hobble and around. Like you know, my friend Maynard from tool in other ban Tulia Maynard is he's a jujitsu enthusiast and he had to get his hip done and he fucked hyssop up from stopping onstage
ok, so is stopping with one leg: the up he Blue Whiting minds attributed allowed to buy back leg and surfing S. Arm on that back leg and that none leg is loaded loaded, so I think that, but but I know that eggs, the breaks in the other in the left, ankle and left foot and how many I had and that I was always on it. I know that attributed the lock cuz this this this right leg, carried the load for that thing. For it, you get your left leg fixed my ankle yeah, I guess so every time you that, while this it I went, I went to my need to get my knee worked on in the guy goes. He saw me gone egos and then he said about how much mobility I had and he called it some foot specialists and they had to take x ray these just want to see, have no metal in their there's. No screws, there's! No, nothing! I just let it you know so I retain all snapped you just let it sort of he'll itself up. So it's now. You just walk around our pretty much cut the cat
saw the moors timers our sixteen the cast off in you know, and I went out re broke it the first time and then and then I had broke it. Other ways had got little smarter rhodium, but so an enlarged, the arch I broke, the arch busy ankle was so cows, so bonded that when I broke it, I actually bro. By arch that was the polydorus. How is the most painful breakdown I talk to Kelly Slater. He broke his foot, lay out too yes aims or his. I was just recently yeah and his his was fucked up for a long time. So that's a painful things. Snap. Your toes likely hearing them automatically our little yeah racy, well, yeah yeah by seventy five percent of the bones in your body or bluer ankles. Why really? Seventy five percent like games of numbers, yeah numbers above, but your feet- your feet- have like half the bones of your entire body.
I never thought of that. That's crazy, but it made there's a lot of shit down there. A lot going lot little little ones at the little nubs in weird little ankle. So that's why kickboxing so stupid thrown though Things are people slam, unamended, elbows knees and stuff. Come by a guaranteed broken. My fellow like kickin, some breaking your feet No, but it's a little embarrassing if its wall. Now, how did you know I have to say I don't mind? Was I like? I said I broke my broke, mostly sports related motor. My way, surveying? You know towing now? Well, I guess, with as many injuries is you had, though you do understand like what's good what bad for you pressure you but you know its edges. Yes, a little bit like an karate, where you know you when you know how to heal. You know how to wound- and you know
Where did the more that more? You understand? It's like. I think them by think my injuries. First of all, that's a form of failure. I think that is taught I've learned a few things from here and in an you learn I also how to recover and how to heal, and so I think that feeds into how to drain and perform like a thing. That's all interrelated. She could you start to have a more intimate relationship with your body and know how it responds. So I think, there's something I I'm eating- learn a lot from winning you know and succeed. That doesn't right you anything compared to losing boozing teaches you have in any way. Injuries are full forms of loss shorter. On an unsuccessful endeavours. When you lose your and then you lose your ability to do stuff and then you wonder why you're doing it Nick you're gonna be able to do it again that stuff? Do you flowed at all no, but I saw your flow tank. You have done I haven't. Oh man,
we read up your out. I know I just haven't. I this I've been invited by friend, has won in math but I have never use it every time you want you. I should try to vote now come on down, and I tell you want it's either. I can tell their salt near by the way the everything's crust up in the air and tedious thousand pounds weapons. Also yeah tank yeah yeah. If you eight Ivan Oceans. I float there and noise NEO knowledge through its fur, but that's what made level about the poor, because you floating already soon You go under axis speakers underwater. So anyway, who really are you play music? Why so? You can get get lost over there. It's pretty cool. So what are the things you do? Besides the curl breasts jump thing like what other with other tabs ashes, has you doing in the pool we're doing we're doing NEA You know like single, dumb bill, so letting go, ease, clean, single arm, dumb Bell and then stroke get a breath free.
Also you're doing single arm, Jumping Boca and then we're doing swapping single arm swimming alarm swimming carrying DUMBO, I box and much we do know is fifty sixty. Why do we now it's called enamel box would be like if yet enamel box. Yet from across the River of Canada concept, we have set for we have the Yuki. We have found you one another water, young, in this way. With your hand out. Why, then, and then a budget like, I said, single leg stuff, so lotta a lotta like Russians, Pistol squat jump lunges. What else a bunch of a bunch of fast breaks were doing this one where we drop down you run along the body but to dumb bells to the other side. You set one dumb bell up, you jump up, you bring one dumbo out, you go back down grabbed the other one brain now. Without the pull both of a mountain run back down and run back, we got out fast break cannon. Mimicking like of his basket court you'd run down, you jump up twice,
back jump up twice a year, and then we have spider man. We have I mean we, ladies Spiderman, when were you swim? You carry a dumb Balin, you descend into one end, you jump up, you grab it a breath you descend into the other end and then and then all these exercises were able to we to make em harder will do a modern exhale. So you can do so. We take a ramp up. You know we can either increase wait. We can create increased distance or weaken. Do it Do it on an exile. So when you developed others have did you run all this down from your own practice from all trial and error like how to develop this? while some of them came from failure. So you don't you try to do one moving. Then you'd fail. Someone came from friends that I was working out. What they would go well tried this and then with a modify it some sort of game. For my daughter, I watch my daughter, my one daughter, swim down one day and grab awakened and try to swim up within. Unlike all that's a great movement
We can also wee wee wee. Some of it came out of necessity for movement, like certain dynamic movement, said the basketball guy. You know one wife friends needed are and then so it is naturally all the movements kind of naturally, of all. I think. That's why they're also great in isolation to each whim. So we haven't I solution, so you can really see if the dexterity me of your right arm breaches your left arm and how strong it is versus the other one. How strong one leg is next to the other one of them. The ranges, emotion and mobility word we're doing. We can do of from back flips in front flips multiple, so you jump up, get a breath and then do multiple, flips and Anna and and extend work time so that your extend breath work where you'll do you know like three or four moves in one in one breath, so we have a bunch of ways to to wrap it up as we evolve cause. You know it is it's like in any exercise you get proficient in your
well, how do I make it harder while you're at it longer you make it fast stir you make it heavier. I mean these, but you're in the water. We always had the breath holding element and then we had the distance element and then we have the weight because we have weight. So we have the weight elements of those are different ways that weaken ramp. It wrap it up. So when you developing this programme, are you writing on the stuff down? Are you doing these work out yourself and saying? Ok, I really started to fatigue after thirty these, so try to have grown, for I have a goop, a guy's, a train that come to my house a train six days a week, so there's lakes days a week in Malabar and Yahoo, I'm not a bit o sausages he's a show that loses summertime right and turned summertime is when is really like the season for training costs, are known. For the winter time, you're not going to train and then have a giants, I'll be tired out, be just stupid. Sir. I never want to let the problem with it is that you get here. I tell people illegally probably in any sport, you get the money,
out of shape during the season you're in a certain kind of shape game shape, but you're really not ensured, because you can have a regimented work out routine if you're competing not right and itself. And so, in my case, the oceans dictating the perform That's right! So you could be. Others can be twenty feet to next dying on three areas and then all of a sudden, you showed this not there's no surf debts. Only half the size of the wind screws interpreted the so you get all that build up. So we have to do things to kind of exhaustion energy, but you can't be. On Monday, when they Friday poor training with today Thursday Saturday Lino lifting Mobility yoga and where you know it's like you can't get into that kind of a rhythms and and her wise not conducive for that any weights. The beauty of it is like I always so beautiful is go the thing, a really go down the coast cause it's a nice day, it's good day for fishing on the mountain, which is so much more other act,
if it is to be done, we're in this environment here in the desert- and it's got like ok, that's it June gloom, no problem, the bang iron I'll write them. Nor do it every gonna do so that's the end, but in that summer time routine. I have a group of guys in that we bounce everything off of each other. So I'll do tat, will do ten and he'll do ten in here. Lieutenant me like TAT. I was good. Ok up the way. Ok out, He's too many are that wage too much or that waits enough in so we just kind of it's a boy naturally that way, and then and then I got some other friends that are a little bit more professional. We have my friend of mine, Pga. Who's been involved at all of the stuff for annex B, Tita right programming and do that kind of stuff, the king. He trains, alot of fighters and great mobility and and and in some other training stuff. So he he'll come in and they got they start to really break it down and make it you know into a real programme, but we have routines
We do. We have circuits that we do that. We know you know how you know when we're tax and united an interesting thing about what poorly teaches you is it? You know you have a voice William of energy available. We okay, we know yet the fifty Alan Tank and I can do three or four drills in in the fifth tear fifty Manasseh. Do you just there's? None left. You didn't blew off. Fifty gal, right you do extended breath holds with super hard work. Where I can, you know, make the guy You some things that are little lighter, and now we can take that fifty gallon tangley can drag it out, make it make it last two hours right, Do these were doing much volume, less weight, and so were you know, breeding more off? and we can expand that they. So everything in between just blow and our whole tank up at once. Right through real, intense breathless with maximum weight, is being o max breath. Hold max wait max
wrap. Ok, we're good. Where mean it's in, I think lifting the same way. You know like how many max do you have in a certain day and how many per week? The add, though, that its real, tangible and pull the pools real? You know that the interesting thing about the points it doesn't get you don't get muscle soreness, because that impression, so you don't get that like wives, are you getting you almost single person that comes and it's one of those eyes, I always say you know you gotta, call me and tell me if you fell asleep at lunch and every guy every, but every got every person you'd, allows in this day and is in their das, get the work or whenever this fall asleep like guaranteed at guys, you know all I fell asleep for an hour. I saw twenty minutes. Ten million about everybody wise ninety night I think it has a lot to do with the oxygen and that an end, and and the taxation of that environment, but exhausts you in inner in,
a terminal way like it's. It's it's a complete exhaustion and I Don't know why a part of it is the threat of being underwater part of it is, though, that the water is sucking that the cap, he's out you. You know because a psycho when they they are talking to Phelps about burning all those calories. While you know three so the calories he was burning is because he was in a seventy report and people. What's our seventy five degree porn, I go yeah but the by the bodies. Ninety eight point: six: for the body to keep itself warm over in three hours, It's at seventy five TWAIN degree differentiation, you gotta, keep the body just work into keep itself warm in in the NBA as the water affects you more more than they urge you know it's it's more intense on your system. They did you just get tat so that the water temperature, the the oxygen load that psychology of being underwater with weights of the work
load that he's taking all those things play into just for fun, oh exhaustion and nothing nothing. I do exist, ask me more thoroughly and yet more kind of comfortably that does not yet have experienced doing we're out. Woogie it'll come if I train out hard the gym, I'll feel hurt Africa or the be wounded, I'll, be a little like, and if I move brought her up they'll, be that all in all, you feel like some, you tweet Something to this allows you to do the six days a week. That's one of the reasons why why actually helps flush the other days when you doing other land training, so you actually helps support your butt No, I mean we're not doing we're doing portrayed probably every other day, which is I end up. Turning the kind of I love being the poor. So much that we have, we do think serpent turf so that we have surf, inter for your doing, like some sort of some sort of Barbie Press lit some kind of lifting on the
deck into the water and then a routine in the water than back on the deck it back in the water. You might be doing. We have one in a move called seahorse where you hold a dumb bell between your legs and then you hold your feet up in front of you and you swim. This, with a double in your lap Iowa. And then, when you get to their side, they do pushups cedar pushups. On that side, you you see horse over you to push up. That's I'd, see horseback. You do that. I mean you just blow up, right. So we were, I think, I enjoy that that part of it just just being creative, making fun making an interesting. That's the part that really is enticing the drudgery in the monotony like when you said, oh yeah, swimming lapse. Angle, that's just dredging! just like which there's a mentality. For that I'm good. I could be good at that I can get on a I can get on my board in I've. I've done some enduring stuff. Twenty two hours, one time, I've done so much hours, yeah! Oh there,
so I've done I do I do I. She did a thing in Hawaii called to Hawaii five. We called the wife five hundred start on the South point, a big island and we biked across a big island so hundred twenty five miles. Then we paddled to Maui thirty eight miles and though we biked across Maui and though we paddled too, Allah kind and we biked across Molokai that we politicians who then we biked across along with that we paddled decoy that we back to Cross Calais. We need that in five days, so that stay, six like that's when you start common good, The year by year, but you're good, no, it's way it's what you said about. You know about you're not ready about Eddie, where you know you all of a sudden beer, the bodies, as this are new house. Whereas this is this, what we do, what we did, what we do, what we? once the body makes a decision all this in your good, like ok, I'm I'm, I'm I'm good, the hands had blisters everywhere, but the the body felt like
all. This is where we united the reach across Amerika, would dine with. While Then he talk me into I want to do it and he suckered meander and do it and out. He said because I was he had other plans you cause. He was operator needs like he wanted to go in this race in there for its a forman, deeming ram is now called the rate Ass, Americans, a bicycle race across him, or can you start in Oceanside Ninon Delaware until you bike across any guy just goes like forty five, forty five, forty five, forty rather than you chase the other guy? Wouldn't he's right and you get out, then you just go full bores You can't for forty five minutes the next guy gets on. He goes but you're right in the carcase. India guy need to this day and night right. You do in a day and night, and here you know we the first couple days we felt pretty sick you felt you don't even you and even want water like what you like, a water. You like that when I really learned hub appreciate Cambodia, but but we
we want water and then day to day three of us a day three or like. While some thing goes away, I'm ready to go. I feel good, let's go Anna, but it was at thing about the body being comfortable with that that kind of drudgery, but I dont mind the the monotony of that of that kind hey I'm go that island in a paddle for, but if I do it in my in a routine like something that a little more, not out, of a mission right. I did. I might then you this It I don't want to go and do the same, lifting routine, day in and day out. Just not. I bride prefer creating new stuff in making it interesting and having that that the distraction of the of the Alan job, something new in keeping interest or does it make sense do what about massage yeah love that lead for what kind of get,
only good ones. Well, get like d: to live down jargon, I've done economy, almost every single the guy. You can think it's usually about the person and you About the person that gives it and and how it they're healers are not so I just Try to find healers in. When is what we mean, the people that they do it because there into taking care of me, Then they not doing it as a profession like they dont. Do it to make money. They make money as aside partner but their healers. They did they. They just have a gift that did you know you go you. You know you can you can ten massages right and an end then and they're all can be good, but there's just one of them people that they just to have a skill. They know how to do They know what it is. They know where they know how to feed they know how to that. They know how to do to use a system I've done that. Might that thing that I'm crazy
about right now, as I am crazy about dry kneeling, that's the thing that has been the most profound and I mean I've done job. You know I've done. I walk she ought to and acupuncture in that thing in just I mean I, U nine, and I'll thing and done the ten series three times, and I mean I've had all different modalities, but dry kneeling has been you don't end, have another person they did they just does. I don't even know what It's just massage. She dis this is able to understand the tissue no out and she's, relentless and in an eye and war won't leave. Won't leave it until everything releasing Gmos. Hannah delusion in dry, needling to people dry kneeling is a technique. Were they use keep puncture needles on soft tissue and He touched
trigger point and get the system the stuff to release like a that. It's a it's, not acupuncture. It's it's! It's a different modality that debt. That I am not sure. If it's what state its legal or not, and I know most of the athletes that I know that you do a lot in Austria. They do in Europe. Although you want some places, someplace is not legal yeah. Why? I have no idea how, because it worked, and somebody swayed by it really be is that you say that case well, gas or someone doesn't understand, it may think someone's quack and get those needles, always people. You know you, don't no science here, yeah well, there's some science behind it and it, but it absolutely is the most in I may I got friends with giant knots in their traps in the Vienna one session. That thing goes away extremely ruin intense, yeah, intense intense, but did
but but dry kneeling. Is you know If I ever have my friend who really good at it? through all also, stare, her your wake as institutes? It's it's it's the most effective. I mean I I you know. I think as someone that you always looking right, whereas looking like what what you know pay, we need the heat, we need the ice, we need a thing. We need the food, we need the thing where's the the tumor where's it. You know we always are looking, and so, when I run into things that are effective, I'm I cherish because I know that you know and the problem. Is you have a high bar, because when you ve experienced great work, you just you can't you go get somebody who does the little monkey mushy like dying. I have time for that Lee I'll lay still. For three hours? If I know somebody knows what they're doing right, but I won't be there for twenty May, If somebody, if I feel like it's like you, have ass yet, which is a lot of it,
you know a lot of that steps out there and no fault to the people. I think part of it is just a protest, don't know and their intentions. It's gotta, be our intentions. Why do you do? It gets interesting. Some people just find those poor. But Mary as they do so it's right here and how do you know they, a day and they feel it with their hands uneasy with their hands, and they know right words like connecting worded dig in how to release it? That's at our that's why selfish release its real? It's well, when you're, good and you and somebody really knows what they're doing. That's, why I say more about that people than the technique users. I can yeah yeah yeah, but but Gimme the person, but that dry kneeling is Is it it's the most effective of any other of the stuff that I view in this person is in California the that girl that helps me as in Hawaii and then date, but they too, in Colorado. It's actually it's actually a tick needed. They developed some guys were studying pain.
Is for my understanding. There are studying pain and so they do say at all these people that were injured in different areas in the Nay injected and with different solutions, and they inject him with. A placebo, unlike sailing and Nova Cain and all kinds of different things, and everybody got better and what they realises, that it was the needle and the acuteness the needles themselves in the areas that were painful that were causing that was causing this release, and so they develop the whole pain referral chart. And now and then made and they develop this this technique and of its its conformity, always confute miss could view you know confused with acupuncture. They all Yacu portray Odin S got acupuncture. Since in the soft tissue acupuncture on the mediums and on the electrical system, Then this is soft tissue. This is this is to get the soft tissue to release, but don't take stop that you ve had that sis like a cave somewhere, not or something that this won't release, and but it's you know in its back to that
pay. No gay, if it can only ever shorter, is always that I got a lady does trigger point massage and is the most painful should have ever experienced in my life like it's illegal, want to quit absolute. When I get out of there. The next day it everything like loose and pliable. I've had things that like I've, really injured myself and she fixed it and then, like a day later, like it, doesn't hurt me more like this. A strange for any it's been hurt like four months. Yes, so there was something in there. There was not enough and I always assume that that's an injury, and sometimes is not an ear. It's not now, since the tissue, it's just not ran up, why this has happened would do with the factor and some others. I've gone on the dead did that they have to know how to release it is sauna, seems to help their quite a bit too and ice crazy. The combination of those two org I mean: that's, that's what I've and is it sought an ice,
eliminate the need really to get worked on unless its super acute ran like if it's not if its super cute, then there you you! You know you need! You need some need to go in there and you know, but the jackhammer honor, but but if it's not you like that just a normal maintenance and and and actually preventing the stuff from getting too why were you really need to get the work at the sun ends? Magic, that's dancing is crazy. And it seems to me that what I've been ramping up the temperature alike in the two hundreds and now attitude it seems more effective, more effective, more effective, widely, more intense yeah, more torture. Yeah more now and more results, but I'm a little bit united no, maybe something you can find out, but I this thing with I'm a little room key right now, with the with the infrared, was gonna. Ask you that I'm a little rocky with the infrared were not only because of just some of them are something that happened to me. With my skin and then and then
I met a dermatologists that was pretty educated. He was saying that you know that debt that he says it damages the college in a new era, does ruin it damages origin in your body. His way affects the structure of the skin because the penetration of it and that the most you should ever do is this is done not my words, but though The most you should ever do is is is not three times a week for fifteen minutes at the most for infrared, for yeah and Andy was saying that, and you should never look at it as well. Guitar voted through the eyes yeah so sure I got a regular saw just because the protocol that the doctor run a patch was talked about for those. I guess who was it Norway, out of those data, that was all right. Your song, yet so my book of their going This results from regular saw not just irregular, saw why, I like regular anyway. Can it just seems like its natural sky, like ice like give about crime, hey one
a crowd of harmonised, have many crap and by the way, if you, if you want it Do you realize gonna nice tub cause crimes cakewalk compared to a real? I stopped You can only do cry for couple minutes and you don't have heat next to it. I mean you can only do eyes for a couple of minutes as I say, about cry or those you can do cry and then work out, Yak We want an iron work out till January. You don't you have any note ye. Do that, all the time that we incorporate ice into training and so one things that we do is we were three quarters into the training? Will this pull out? right, when you start to cut a lose some of your juice and you'll go, do like three minutes and come out than trying. You have another gear, so that's another thing to incorporate ice within that within that system or will do ice. As we as we train as one of the stations imagine doing circuit and one of the stations is no, we are doing we're dead.
The horse a couple months ago and they last season maybe, but we do not like an iron horse, were standing in a worse position with your arms and we stand that position for ten or fifteen when it was a horse position when you're on milk a horse stance largesse yoke Ass, I went we're stand and what you do in your arms were the arms of straight out, ok, you're, holding a so called iron horse, would ever do standing in the horse stand. Where's position. Ten minutes go any ice. Three minutes come back out. General said in the thank God like in the ice in the thing blow you up explode, you like I mean, there's always like, I said: there's always a little you know a little hook to give it but the ice to incorporate it with in your training? I think is phenomenal, like people, that's why I question warming up because you're going warm on how to do things five minutes ice and then go start. All your cardio start to train right now. You're bodies be freaked out, gout but its, but you, the nice, makes you stimulated like when you feel the system
it's it's cold, but you're, not cold, gave his trying to heat up Michael Phelps in the pool heat up its revving interesting. So there all of that. That's like the science of the fun. You know the fire for me, I look at it like a laboratory. It's a little bit like being an certain playing that survey. That brings makes that keeps be interested. Keeps me excited about about learning a learning. Could it's about learning, it's all about learning, learning about your body now about what too? That's why I'm glad as Gaza there are really guinea pigs. Will the guinea pigs, nausea guinea pigs again or in my age yeah so like? I know that its past the kids, Baroness, when are you have defined absolutely long after that? Will this amount? Thank you ve, thanks for coming, Thanks for doing out. Do you work out to the outcome? You have an open invitation. Iran's might happen. I gotta I got a still after the fires. I'm still
and so I get this weekend. I should we're doing asserts or training some people this weekend, but after We get a moment for the summer, so you you wanna, come in. You know beautiful. Do. That ban was make it happen. Dangle brother regulation a low. How do you do is. Thank you. Thank you by everybody. Thank you, everyone! four tune and into the show, and thank you to the cash app, the other funding cash. It actually says that in the copy they send me, it says the mother fucking cash. That should tell you how cool companies download the cash out from the app store or Google play market, and when you download the cash app enter the referral code. Joe Rogan, all one word: five dollars would go to you and five dollars. We go to support our good friend, just IRAN's fight for the forgotten charity building wells for the pig meat in the Congo. Thank you all. So too,
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