4 Ways Podcasts Can Enhance Your Daily Walk



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Here are four ways podcasts can reinvigorate your walking routine: 1. THEY BUILD CONSISTENCY Having something entertaining to look forward to each time you walk is a great way to get into 2. THEY GET YOU IN THE ZONE It can be hard to carve out time to think about our goals in the midst of our. #03 Four Ways to Improve Your Walk -Podcast. By Caleb Suko In The Gospel Today application, theology 0. I like how Paul uses the “walking” them to indicate how we need to carefully apply our theology to every aspect of daily life.

Walking circumspectly is a great example! Dan Black July 3, 2013. If you’re a serious walker, listening to podcasts is a great way to keep your walks fun and interesting.

Not all of us have a walking buddy or trusty dog to walk with, so having something to listen to can help pass the time while taking those hour-long walks.You might just learn something along the way as well! Though tastes in what to listen to may vary, there are countless podcasts on. So without further ado, here are the 12 podcasts that have changed my life for the better and maybe they can improve your life too: Improve Your Finances: Radical Personal Finance – The Radical Personal Finance podcast was one of the first podcasts I’d ever started listening to.

I love that Joshua, the host, has such a diverse range of topics. The podcast lasts 30 45 minutes, on average, and covers techniques to help you develop better habits, improve your physical health, improve mind management, cultivate self-love, set. Tuning into a weekly podcast can help boost your financial IQ and put some money back in your pocket. The Stacking Benjamins Three days a week, Joe Saul-Sehy broadcasts live from his mom’s basement, which is part of the charm of this awesome podcast that focuses on.

4 Ways To Improve Your Daily Walk. Science Shows Walking is The Way to a Healthy Heart. Follow These Tips to Get The Most Out of Your Exercise.

If a daily walk is part of your exercise regimen, then you’re already ahead of the curve! But are you walking the right way? Pick Up The Pace. Podcasts are a particularly efficient way to consume media, because your hands are free and you can multi-task: you can get dressed, brush your teeth, make breakfast, and do.

To improve your cardiovascular health, aim to walk 10,000 steps daily. Does it seem like a lot? Here are some easy tips for adding steps to your daily routine. Remember, you can. Going for a “pure” walk, (no running at all) allows your body to make small adaptations that strengthen your feet, knees and hips.

Long, brisk walks can help boost your endurance. And walking as a means of cross-training gives your joints and running muscles a well-deserved break, which can help reduce or eliminate the aches and pains caused by.

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I love podcasts and listen to a number every week while walking, doing chores or cooking.

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9 This practice of close analytical listening is obviously facilitated by two of the most distinctive features of podcasting: the ease of back-scanning and repeat listening.

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You can listen to podcasts or audiobooks while you walk.

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from Make Time: How to Focus on What Matters Every Day
by Jake Knapp, John Zeratsky
Crown, 2018

For example, many podcasts are timed for individuals who listen while commuting to and from work.

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Taylor & Francis, 2017

Daily podcasts, though, do not necessarily follow a linear path.

“Podcasting For Dummies” by Tee Morris, Chuck Tomasi
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Wiley, 2017

Podcasts are also a fantastic medium, as you can listen to those while commuting, working out, or traveling.

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The primary usage is while traveling and commuting.”4 Other activities while listening include exercising, relaxing, cooking, cleaning, gardening, crafting, walking the dog, and so on.

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mind to come back fresh for composition.3 In fact, because it has been determined that walking helps us think better, Google has incorporated “walking meetings” into its workday.

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Zondervan, 2019

Podcasts like Left, Right, and Center, NPR’s Up First, or the New York Times’ The Daily are great modes of catching up on current policy while you commute, work out, or do chores.

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Springer International Publishing, 2017

For example, many people listen to audio content during their daily commute to and from work or while exercising.

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  • The proof is in the pudding, uh excuse me, the celery. If people have the heart to try to eat a plant based diet and see for themselves how their A1C, cholesterol, etc. goes down and how good they feel, then they should be convinced that eating this way works. Back in 2016 I “experimented” on myself and in one month’s time when I went back to the doctor she saw that my A1C came way down. She said, “Oh, I see the medicine I prescribed is working.” That’s when I told her I didn’t take it. I showed her a log of what I had been eating. She was shocked. Every time I went to her after that she was excited at my changes and she continued to tell her other patients about it. She was of the opinion, at one time, that ‘once a diabetic, always a diabetic’ and so were some of her patients.

  • Why does this dude get so much trust from vegans or plant based whole foods religious people with samme agenda. Every one here supporting him, is here because of the pre religious believe, which Can comfort your belief with an doctor who shared the same religious belief in order to justify your beliefs. But the fact he states whole plant based diet is the optimal solution as he claims is flat out factual lie. But your religious fruit cakes is not interested in the truth But only what suits your tailored narrative. And it’s just intelletual lazyness, or a deficiant in understanding the reality. Any one with commen sense would seek the truth, not seek comfort in a lie�� The truth of the matter is a clean Well balanced diet without any supplements are WAY superior of any vegan diet, since No Extreme diet belief is the best, or the most healthy. He clams we are designet to eat plants? And you Think he is right? Well the science already proves since we Can trace modern man back to 250k years, and the most used food was meat in our diet. Our biochemestry, our biology Evolved us to consume meat in our diet. And the best proof of how superior our brain Evolved was when we mastered fire for cooking, the best way then do get the nutrients we neede, never fucking plant based foods ��

  • At the beginning he states that stress is what is going to advance as a species. Then at the end he states that teaching the next generation to be calm advance.
    Some people just like hearing themselves talk.

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  • This ideas awesome! One of the best ones I’ve heard from him! Great interview! Please….. Dr Gregor please do the MENTAL HEALTH book SOON!

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  • Idk why but he speaks like he’s only half sure about things. Like he just sorta glosses over things really quickly and then says “ahhh, but, ummm, you know, a lot of it we just don’t know, uhh”. I’ve never heard someone speak and sound like they are so unsure of everything they are saying haha.

  • I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease nearly 4 years ago, at 51. I had a stooped posture, tremors, muscle stiffness, sleeplessness, slow movement. I was placed on Sinemet for 7 months and then Sifrol and Rotigotine was introduced which replaced the Sinemet but I had to stop due to side effects. Last year, I started on Parkinsons disease herbal treatment from Madida Herbal Clinic, this natural herbal treatment totally reversed my Parkinsons disease. WhatsApp +2348071333118 or email [email protected]  The treatment worked incredibly for my Parkinsons disease, i have a total decline in symptoms including tremors, stiffness, slow movement and others.

  • Oh my I just realise I have done the double inhale exhale all my life. I always thought it was a qwerk, turns out I was calming myself.

  • I hate to say it, but on the discussion about how moods, feelings, thoughts, perceptions, all FOLLOW behavior I couldn’t help but to think of the Nike slogan, “Just Do It.”

  • I am a night shift worker who has a desk job. Now with the pandemic going on, I don’t even lift weights anymore. I may walk but not consistently and I did go vegan to help with my diabetes, cholesterol, and fatty liver. My blood pressure was high in the beginning but I got off that medication. My blood sugar and triglycerides are hard to control. I do eat junk food. Now I want to improve my diet some more but what holds me back is making good food takes time. If the book has a grocery list with bulk meals I can make, then I am sold on it.

  • Best interview ever, love it! No matter how many of Dr. Greger’s videos I watch, I always learn something newl Nice to meet Rich Roll who does an excellent job of keeping it moving.

  • 45:30 I’m highly sceptical about the carnivore diet and think it sounds dangerous. But I also thought the same about intermittent fasting and low carb diets at one time, both of which have improved my health, body and mind significantly and have gained vast amounts of research promoting their benefits.

  • This video has great information, but I’m not sure about the best diet plan which i need to work with, only because I have never taken any. Anyone tried the Custokebon Secrets? I’ve heard many people talk about unbelivable things about Custokebon Secrets.

  • I keep trying to tell fellow intermittent fasters that skipping breakfast is bad!! Most of the fasters I know skip breakfast and not dinner. I’m going to share the hell out of this video.

  • Yeah, I too am guilty of jumping through weight loss plan to others as well, I do believe that I must have tested every single fat reduction program that was available, but eventually not one of them made it easier for me to shed and maintain the weight off. I ended up trying for the very last time using the Custokebon Secrets mainly because my work buddy who told me incredible things about it and so far to date I’ve effectively dropped 19 pounds within 4 weeks!

  • Thank you E2IELTS!
    I have a request, could you please upload a video explaining the all-new IELTS Indicator test?
    Thanks in advance.

  • Because of you Mr. Jay videos i succeeded my ielts… you are one of the best teachers and channels i ve been introduced to.. thank you… if i got the chance i will turn my friends who will take ielts to you directly..

  • I like this video… But i have one small point to bring it to your notice. When i look in stitcher app for Health report pod cast i see a number of pod casts. Here i lost which one you are referring to.
    May be i request you to add the screen shot of the first page. So that it can be identified easily.

  • What an inspirational guy Dr. Huberman is. Trying to stay on my path and find ways to build structure in my life. Interestingly, even though knowing things will ultimately make me feel better, I avoid doing them (i.e. keeping my morning ritual, exercising, eating properly, getting enough sleep). I guess I am realizing that me doing these things consistently will prove and change the way I look at being let down (by letting myself down by avoiding said things). Anyway, good talk here and really enjoyed hearing about someone else’s experience and the learning opportunity presented in this discussion. Peace, love, and strength to you all!

  • Although it’s probably true that calories eaten in the morning creates less fat than calories eaten in the evening according to studies, if I have to give up a meal or eat less during a time of day, dinner is the hardest meal to give up or eat less of. It’s easier to replace breakfast with a tea, coffee, or even a 200 calorie smoothie. I stopped eating breakfast two weeks ago and I’ve already lost 6 pounds. I grew up not eating breakfast and my weight stayed the same for years, but 12 years ago I started eating breakfast and my weight slowly climbed to an additional 25-30 pounds more. I finally decided to go back to no breakfast after noticing that coworkers who don’t eat breakfast tend to be slimmer.

  • you’ve people saying keto diet is the way to go, and you’ve got carnivore diet is the way to go, then theres this guy saying plant based is the way to go,they all profess to reverse diabetes, weight loss, autoimmune reversal. wtf, maybe just cut out high carbs and sugar and we’ll all be fine?

  • Yeah, I too am guilty of jumping through weight loss plan to others as well, I think that I must have tested every single weight-loss system that was available, however eventually not one of them helped me to lose and maintain the weight off. I ended up trying for the very last time using the Custokebon Secrets simply because my buddy who told me great things about it and so far to date I’ve successfully dropped 17 pounds within 4 weeks!

  • 21:35 Dr Greger mentions the deaths per year from heart disease. Here are the facts from the CDC… https://www.cdc.gov/heartdisease/facts.htm#::text=Heart%20disease%20is%20the%20leading,1%20in%20every%204%20deaths.
    The irony is how the MSM vilifies Americans for going against the tyrannical lockdowns over Covid-19 and never once mentions that almost 1700 Americans die every day from heart disease which, by the way, is not only treatable but reversible. I’m not in anyway saying the virus isn’t concerning but on the contrary I can’t seem to agree with the fact that their narrative is pushing the envelope to where you can make the case for all transmutable diseases require similar actions. I don’ see how that would be ‘living’. More like surviving or shall I say existing.

  • As one who has lost over 100 lbs twice in my life I can honestly say that when I was over weight I was not conscious of what I was putting in my mouth. People just let their subconscious habits run their lives. 1st step To get ride of those nasty LBS you have to be aware of your own behavior. I don’t know anyone that would consciously want to become Obese.

  • Hi Rich, fantastic video, as always with my personal hero, Dr. Greger!!! Next chance you get, could you ask him to comment on fatty liver disease?

  • Thank you for your videos, E2 is excellent. I would like to recommend the podcast Science VS by Gimlet media is really entertaining. In addition, the podcast has transcript and citation, the best podcast I’ve listened so far. https://gimletmedia.com/shows/science-vs

  • this has taught me about my efforts to become a better artist and somehow him talking about focus is a very key importance in order to become good at what you are doing.

  • How not to dieSorry to tell you this but we’re all going to die no matter how healthy you are, the better question is how to live your life to the fullest without pain and suffering and live as long as possible. it Ain’t about eating a lot of these so-called fruits and vegetables that are supposedly so healthy many of them If we had a time machine and were to show to our caveman ancestors of more than 12,000 years ago modern fruits and vegetables they would have no idea what they even are! By selective breeding and gene splicing use of chemicals, we have learned how to grow candy.

  • The How Not To Diet book is incomplete it focuses on food and not on psychology. The most successful researched fat loss regime BY FAR is the Bright Lines programme developed by a psychologist. The keys are 1) avoiding trigger foods and 2) Most importantly, a highly structured approach to eating that reduces the need for choice and willpower. Combining Greger’s ideas with the Bright Lines ideas would be a truly powerful approach to weight loss.

  • I’m from Spain and in a few weeks I’m going to take a important english test, my mom scared me saying I was more American English, but actually, I understood everything perfectly, I hope the guys in the listening speaks like you

  • God Bless you Alex and Jay you really helped me to get an overall 8 in IELTS only by watching your youtube videos. Wish you the best guys and hope everyone who needs IELTS to find out your amazing channel and your site. Wish you the best!

  • Thank you for sharing your research. People like you change the world for better. America needs scientists like you more than ever.

  • Maybe it’s too late but ‘ fluench Show’ is very average name. You can be more creative. So sorry, i’m brutally honest:) By the way, thank you for everything.

  • What is the best way to lost tons of weight? I read a lot of great reviews on the internet about how exactly Custokebon Secrets will help you lost a ton of fat. Has any one tried this popular lose weight method?

  • I took my ielts today. Im feeling so worried abt my writing right now. I used paragraphs but I forgot to clearly indent or leave a line between them. Tho every last line of a paragraph doesn’t fully fill up the line. Will the examiner still regard them as paragraphs and will this significantly affect my score? Plz someone help.

  • I’ve watched this video when i woke up at 7 p.m
    I wanna learn english a lot more in this channel
    I just found this channel and interesting for me

  • In the Initial Stages of My Listening Journey using Australian and New Zealand Accents understanding was more difficult to me but now its easily understanding to me…

  • Im so confused. I was told about the 16/8 diet and i couldnt sustain it then i went to low carb and i always felt like crap and put on weight. One diet saying the pyramid is upsidedown omg its all confusing. Ive never been successful.

  • Taxpayers don’t fund anything on federal level. I know that is not conventional wisdom. See Stephanie Kelton’s recent “Deficit Myth”. It is never a question of affordability at federal level, fed gov creates money, it is a question of availability of resources and political will.

  • Hello. I am from Azerbaijan. I am watching all your videos and these completely benefit, so I really appreciate you taking the videos of learning the English language.

  • Hi, Alex thanks for your videos which is understandable and very clear speeches. I want to take the IELTS exam soon. And I ‘ll try to watch your video for preparation. You are very helpful I think.

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  • This podcast is feeling heavy as I’m writing stuff down, thinking about everything they are discussing, and how I can utilize it. So, now I realize this agitation / low grade stress is actually indicating that I am learning (and that feels rewarding now). Truly mind changing podcast. Thanks, Andrew and Rich..!

  • Another extremely, useful video, thank you. Recently, I came across a video were you mentioned various sites such as National Geographic, BBC among others, which you could watch and listen, too improve your English. Can you please tell me which one it was as I can’t find it anymore. Thank you once again and keep up the excellent work!

  • I admire Dr.Gregor so much, he is just so informative yet he is so kind, I bet this pandemic has kept him so much less busy with no traveling, he probably has been researching, and maybe writing another book, I do t think he can sit still

  • I appreciate this dude, and the inteview is awesome but sometimes I think our western way of trying to piece things together or understand things objectively/scientifically sabotages the very thing we are trying to get at? The ancients knew the gut is the seat of the soul and self. If you guys allow me to self indulge a bit then I’ll say I believe our bodies are designed to produce fields of energy and vibration that keeps us grounded and PRESENT and feeling good/ourselves/in a happy state/flow etc. But maybe putting the brain/mind in charge is not helping us. And we are always trying to distract ourselves from paying attention to internal information with more brain activities. Switching off and FEELING present only happens when the gut is in control of the mind. Maybe that’s why someone like Goggins go to great lengths to swithoff that thinking path? Here is something I recently discovered on my own. Try this. Lye on your back put one hand on your forehead and the other behind your neck. Become aware of the amount of pressure your are applying with your hands on your forehead and relax them as much as possible. Close your eyes and imagine your brain is in your gut/focus on your gut? Do this for at least 5 minutes. Let me know if you became aware of anything? Thanks guys.

  • A small suggestion to u Alex and Jay. Kindly don’t delete the videos which u make as it may help the needy. I see that all old videos are being deleted as soon as u make a new video. Thanx.

  • I’ve just come across this channel and found it very helpful and subscribed immediately! My favorite podcast is “the New Yorker Magazine”.

  • Hello, Alex, What if my IPhone can’t connect to the server cause I’m located in china and the connection is blocked quite intensely

  • Hi Alex,
    I just completed my IELTS test today.
    My topic for general writing task 2  was Do mobile phones destroy social interaction.agree or disagree?

    I wrote about the advancements the mobile phones have brought to mankind and supported and explained this view in the first paragraph and wrote two lines and examples for how it has helped develop social interaction.

    In the second paragraph, I wrote how children have become lonely and have lost social life due to the use of mobile phones.

    I think I went a little off topic. I would like to ask in which portions will I lose marks and how badly this could affect my overall score?
    I think my grammer and vocabulary was pretty decent.

    Please respond. Thanks in advance.

  • То чувство, когда понимаешь всé, что этот чувак говорит, но ты настолько плох во временах, что просто пишешь на русском, в надежде встретить такого-же сверх разума как ты.

  • At 59:00, Dr. G mentions Sorghum. I made some last week. It’s as tasty as any other whole grain. I’ll keep it as one of the variety of grains in my diet.

  • My favorites are:

    Talks at Google: The speaker can be anyone, an writer, a chef, a diplomat, etc. In general they have certain impact on their field.

    Google Cloud Platform Podcast, Microsoft Research Podcast: The interviewees are engineers, scientists talking about their projects, research that can help changing the world. As a computer science student, I really love those because they help me to catch up with the latest.

    6 minute English: I’ve been listening to this podcast for nearly 5 years. The topics of the podcast never let me down.

  • Great show! I’m going to put in a request for a sequel. I could have continued listening to this topic for at leasted 5 more hours!

  • I can recommend Google Podcasts App for Android. There are some subscriptions for it:
    Pop culture happy hour
    Hidden brain
    Freakonomics radio
    Luke’s English podcast
    Luke’s phrasal verb podcast

  • Love at first sight so describe what I have felt on this page. Now I know that I’m going to understand English and I will be able to communicate. This is a great lesson like every one I saw. Tanks Annemarie

  • Dear E2 IELTS followers,
    You can also use app named “STITCHER” enable users both by using iPhone and Android mobiles.it comes with a variety of podcast channels.just install it and listen it.

  • for myself, I prefer native podcasts to the educational ones I find the latter a bit boring. Try Freakonomics it covers almost everything of your interests and my advice to you is to listen to the same podcast for one week or more daily to master it and you will find yourself use chunks and idiomatic expressions from it naturally without thinking. This is after studying the transcript a little bit.

  • I wonder how Dr. Andrew Huberman would teach his own children, knowing what he does about the plasticity of the brain and it’s development before the age of 25.

    I am not fond of our one-size-fits-all, stuck mostly to a desk, babysitting system, etc… A day for a child is a full day, unlike a day for an adult whose brains seem to clip away information making a day speed along much faster, which makes sitting in a desk unhealthy not just physically, but for the brain as well, which. Dr. Andrew Huberman seemed to rebel at when he was young. I wonder what strategies he feels would have worked better for him as a child.

  • I have subscribed channel to learn british english so pls try to provide podcasts which helps me in learning british english. seriously I am not interested in American english

  • It just occurred to me that I should at least listen to English in order to learn the language like a baby. And here I am. Calm conversational podcasts are great. I really love English. Your speech is beautiful, as well as your thoughts.

  • I know he’s already said Keto makes insulin resistance worse but it kinds of bugs me when people say Keto improves insulin resistance, I wish Dr Greger could talk about this

  • My mother is 68 and she was diagnosed with perkinsons disease 8 months ago.. she is under constant treatment and physiotherapy.Still her condition is getting worse.. the only problem she faces is the movement problem.She is almost unable to walk, or it takes a great amount of effort even to take a single step.She is under severe depression.Should i get her a wheelchair? Or it will worsen the condition?

  • I noticed something different about my walk. It was difficult getting up from` a chair and getting out of a car. I was diagnosed a year later and i have to find a better solution and was introduced to try the help of herbal doctor. I am now 59 tho and am fully cured from Parkinson’s disease. contact Dr E-Mail [email protected] gmail.com and [email protected] yahoo.com, Website doctorstellaidemudia. weebly.com WhatsApp +2348157471852 i had to use the remedies for 15 weeks usage which really help on my condition.

  • I don’t know that much about Dr. Greger so if he donates ALL the money he makes on his books to charity, how does the man make his living??? And if he’s always working, researching, writing, and traveling, and never home, how does he manage to stay married??? Yeah those two questions baffle me. Because a normal person would be A.)poor and penniless, and B.)divorced.

  • Great conversation! Dr. Huberman should be studying sleep deprived mothers and their biological mechanisms of coping with all the stress, learning new things on the go, etc. and also what happens with their brain when they get to the breaking point of exhaustion.:)

  • I am doing intermittent fasting since February 2020 and I have lost 28 pounds! I am very happy with it. Now I am doing 23/1 fasting but I am stuck in 149 pounds and I do not know what else to do. I am 5.4 feet tall and I am 57 years old. I would like to get some advice of what to do next. I must be making some mistakes not to be able to loss more weight
    I am drinking a lot of water and I am taking super greens supplement and b12 and anti-stress magnesium, I quit all the regular medicine that the doctor had prescribed like levotiroxine, hormone replacement, bupropion, fluoxetine etc. I feel much better though a little sleepy during the day, at night I sleep like a log during 9 hours or 10. I eat almost the same every day because my stomach has shrinked a lot, I am having 2 eggs cooked in 1 spoon coconut oil as scrambled eggs, 100 gr of salmon, raw spinach, 5 nuts, half avocado, half tomato. And the vitamins thank you so much! ♥️ I need to get to 130 pounds to feel light!
    I used to be 100 pounds all my life

  • It’s a shame so many people can’t understand these concepts, as in, they’ll instantly turn off at the complexity and language. Our education systems are shit.

  • Thank You E2 IELTS, I would recommend this channel to anyone who is preparing for IELTS.
    Got overall band of 7.5
    Thanks again….��

  • A ttention
    Non slip bath mats
    Remove obstacles
    Avoid slippers

    Take bigger steps: step over imaginary lines

    Feet feel stuck to floor: stop, stand upright, shift weight side to side, step over imaginary lines

    How to walk in
    Walk sideways
    Remove clutter
    Turning: avoid quick sharp turns
    Use clock face strategy

    In out chair:
    Use clock face strategy
    Leans forwards
    Sit slowly.
    Tuck feet in und knees
    Shift weight s to s
    In out bed:

  • Currently living with a sociopathic feral so my stress is through the roof this shithead doesn’t deserve the good people he lives with most people know what a sociopath he is, grateful for the law we reap what we sow grateful for my gym and healing vegetables and sleep for anti stress this selfish asshole doesn’t deserve any reward for the pain he’s caused soooo many people including me! My traumatised mind gives all stress back to him as he directly deliberately caused it. Also keen to turn it into something positive though hopefully to use it for my running. Gentle on self ftw ������

  • I can relate to having the feeling of wanting to be adopted when encountering a “normal” family, cool to hear someone else articulate that. I got over it..I’m really glad that he got and created opportunities, and then he obviously worked his butt off.
    Success stories are always wonderful!

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  • You were talking about the younger generation leading and what they need to do that. I am older than you are but i am teaching others the things i have learned so that they can do things for themselves and they can in turn teach others. I believe we should not pay others to do things we can do ourselves and we need to pass those skills on to others. Beyond that when you can do something you have a sense of accomplishment that you don’t get from buying what you like or need. I have learned somethings that i share with others so those skills wont be lost since some things are almost a lost art. I also teach those art forms to those who want to learn so they can enjoy what they make after I die and they cant find anyone who knows how to do those things. I also believe there is a greater sense of self worth from doing excellent work that doing a mediocre job so I help others do better at the things they already do as well. I don’t know if you get to read what people write but having real life skills and teaching those things to others bring a true sense of accomplishment to all those involved.

  • This is a wonderful podcast for what’s happening in the world today. I know a lady who focuses on the eyes in her practice of helping people deal with trauma. Listening to this gives what she does make some sense to where before I was skeptical.

  • I’m surprised that someone who had the disorderly youth that Andrew describes has become so extraordinarily articulate. Even many fine scientists, hence people of obvious intelligence, are not nearly so clear-thinking in oral presentation.

  • Love this and I would totally do an experiment. We need to know more about our brains and it’s flow. Would be great to evolve and not be dummy-ed up as we have been. Thanks truly enjoyed.

  • Intense focus and urgency followed by complete disengagement with the activity is the recipe for optimal neoplastic learning

    Dopamine system
    acetylcholine spotlight of attention
    norepinephrine gets you going

    Highly focused work:

    When we hit a sort of milestone, dopeamine is released which suppresses acetylcholine and creates a larger opening for more narrow focus towards that activity which feels rewarding

    Would sit and set a timer where he couldn’t get out of his chair till it rang while doing school work, struggled with agitation but eventually overcame it and became an asset for Focus

    “Growth mindset” the agitation you feel when first starting something and can’t focus is just a recognized gate, you have to pass through that gate to get to the focus component. And then if you can reward the effort process you really start to feel joy and low levels of excitement in the effort process. That’s that buffering of adrenaline like yes I’ve got a lot of adrenaline in my system but I’m on the right path, it feels good to walk up this hill.
    When you do this repeatedly you create brain pathways that allow this process to be applied anywhere.

    Don’t try to suppress thoughts it’s futile, if anything focus on introducing new thoughts.

    Self reward the effort process #stackwins
    If you can recognize the agitation, stress, and confusion as an entry point to where you eventual want to go it makes it easier. Most or think they’re doing something wrong when they feel these things. And then rewarding yourself when you achieve any milestone and registering that as a partial #win
    This’ll suppress the adrenaline caused by the first half and give you more energy to win

    Why do we quit?
    When we exert effort, a certain amount of nore-adrenaline is released and there’s a sort of counter in the brain stem and at some point the noreadrenaline is released and it shuts down cognitive control over the motor circuity and we quit, that’s it.
    The thing that can restore/reset those levels is dopamine
    Reframing can help
    Internal rewards
    If you want to grow, do not attach to external rewards

    Linking duration path outcome with internal reward.
    The more we can reward the process in the right direction of what we’re trying to achieve, the more energy were gonna have for that, the more focus we’re gonna have for that.
    If you set little goals to buffer the adrenaline and stack wins inside the process, you have an infinite amount of energy and focus to pursue those goals.

    Focus on changing behavior rather than thoughts, emotions, perceptions
    Mood follows action
    In fight, flight or freeze, if you choose fight, to move forward, it better sets you up to move forward in the future


    “Need to ramp it up”
    Super oxygenated breathing. Tummo type breathing
    30 Deep and quick breaths through the nose and out through the mouth
    Then exhaling the breath and holding
    Learning how to self generate adrenaline
    Ice bath does same thing
    Getting good at taking yourself from low energy to high energy

    Too many things going on in head “monkey mind”
    Learning how to calm the nervous system
    Physiological size
    Bringing levels of autonomic levels down
    2 inhales followed by an exhale

    Getting past mindsets
    Body leading the mind

    During panoramic vision, our perceptions of time broadens feels like we have more time
    Deliberate decompression
    Will allow you to focus more when it’s time to
    Being able to control this and switch between the two is key
    Ex: working on something intensely and then when you take a break do something with a panoramic vision rather than looking at your phone which is a focal vision.

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  • sometimes we wonder how to change our brain, with a deep searching i found something call Neuroplasticity it is how to change your brain by changing your thoughts https://youtu.be/n2gCg1-CKjM

  • Thanks for this interview! really amazing content. I don’t know how many times I listen to it, took notes and now I am applying it!

  • It’s just amazing talk about neuroscience…�� no meat, no eggs, yes dairy…. makes us calm person and it do have affects our mind which is stimulated by our brain…. skins are relax as the blood is calm because it’s plant based nutrition diet….plus compassion practice….considering other person or being is more important than one’s own suffering and oneself… makes mind and brain v relax… perfect well being! Thank you very much for bringing this topic…. big brain, small brain, thousand brains…

  • I went into the military for many reasons, but the main one, was that I could not back out of the plan, I would have to see it through.

  • I love this podcast. One of the best. It answers so many questions about behavior, neuro plasticity, brain chemistry, and how to lead yourself through positive change. Well done.

  • I accidentally had the video on 1.5x speed and didn’t realize it. I just thought they were really thinking that fast XD. Damn those techniques must be good!

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  • I’m glad I watched this until the end. I just realized a few years ago that I’m not the only one who has those glitches, as he called it. I jumped in all the way but I do a vegan brownie in a cup every evening. I still noticed the sweetness of that roasted (plain) zucchini this evening. I was flabergasted. I was so happy also when I went into my garden and picked a sugar snap peas and ate it. WOW! I’m so happy now and it’s only been a couple of weeks. I feel so good now. It’s a little hard when I have to go out to eat with my 89 year old mother (cracker barrel, Bob Evans, etc.) It’s sad how those places have nothing but a salad. I’m trying to let them know we need more choices.
    I’m glad I don’t go to the Dr at my age. I’m 56 and have nothing wrong with me. Yay!
    The reason I started eating this way was because my mother takes 10 pills just in the morning because of all her Heath problems. Thanks guys for making this video! So much information.

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  • AT 53:27, Dr. Huberman discusses not controlling negative thoughts, which is harmful to people who seek alleviation. (I’m not faulting his views, just wish to expand the amount of information available.) Negative thought patterns actually a pretty easy process to subvert with rewarding benefits, and builds into a habit loop pretty quickly. The ‘auditory swish’ taught in NLP is the method I personally use, and you can learn it in about 10 minutes and try it yourself. I don’t agree with a significant amount of what NLP practitioners promote, but I find that the results from several of the more regularly practiced techniques are difficult to overlook.

    If you’re suffering negative thoughts that are difficult for you to control, do yourself the favor of looking into the auditory swish technique.

  • Excellent advice! Here’s my new goal from now on my daily routine: I think in English every thing that I do and mentione every object that sorrounds me. I discovered there were lots of things that I didn’t know how to say in English!

  • This interview and the content is unbelievable. Just hearing this automatically changes my internal motivation and desire to do more. Great interview

  • I love this… Andrew H is so interesting….but the other man makes me nervous….dont know why…maybe the higher pitched voice…and dont find him interesting at all

  • He’s expanding the concept of “brain” to include the whole sensory system (whole body in fact) and then interchanging THAT with mind. The strict definition of the brain, as in the organ in the skull is not interchangeable with mind unless you redefine mind to mean only cerebral activity.

    In any case, there is no scientific proof that consciousness arises in the brain/body there is only inference. The “hard problem of consciousness” has not been solved and you shouldn’t believe those who reduce it to meat.

  • Back in 2018, I devoured How Not to Die at the start of the year in a couple of days and began implementing the ideas straight away. I dropped 20lb pretty fast and by March it was time for my full health checkup. My GP took my blood at the session and lectured me on how I needed to lose weight. I explained what I’d been doing and how I’d lost some already but he was unconvinced. He seemed uncertain and asked if I struggled to come back and he’d give me drugs to help me lose weight.
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    Now, I still have loads of weight to lose, don’t get me wrong. I’m looking forward to that point for many reasons, and I hope that it will encourage my doctor to look further into this way of eating and hopefully that can have a positive impact on other patients that he sees.
    I’m truly so grateful to Dr Greger’s work. The work of Dr Doug Lisle has really helped me too!

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  • That quote at the end was profound-

    “I think it’s clear that most people,
    young or old are content to be passive consumers and spend out their dopamine doing essentially meaningless activities.
    And consuming food and consuming air and light that is basically damaging to themselves and I don’t think they care.

    I think our species, let’s be fair, is probably divided into those that are really going to try and maximize on this gift of neuroplasticity.
    We’re the only species that has neuroplasticity throughout their lifespan. And that neuroplasticity and childhood last as long as it does as a function of our total lifespan, that’s incredible. So we were gifted this and I think some people leverage it and take advantage of it and other people don’t.”

    -Neuroscientist Dr. Andrew Huberman

  • The brain function is important for sure. I’ve invested time and study into medical dryfasting and recently I noticed the body was finally starting to work on cleansing lymphatic fluids in the cerebellum (spatial orientation). That’s all I’ve been doing strict medical dryfasting no supplements of tinctures just dryfasting for autophagy. Body is great at fixing things all by itself.

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  • All educators need to watch this and also learn key take-aways to practice themselves and perhaps discuss with their colleagues, students(age appropriate) and parents. We all can help ourselves and esp. young children how to self regulate and maybe learn breathing techniques. SEL social, emotional, learning is just beginning to be introduced in many school curriculums k-12 but I haven’t seen any in higher ed at this point.

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  • I hope someone gonna read this and reply me..

    I am from Turkey and ı’m just 17 years old. I can’t say my english is perfect but ı can say that my english is kinda good for the posibilities of Turkey. I am student on a tourism school in Istanbul city, ı was start learning english on 3th class and there was no english lesson for my class on my year. My english or “other languages” interest has begun with video games, but the big and important one was Call Of Duty xddd whatever. After a long time, ı started talk with people from other places,countries in the earth and ı was just having really fun with it. There is a sentence in Turkey like, “One more language creates one more person inside you.”
    Then ı always study hard about english, ı always talked with people, ask what is all in my mind, ı talked randomly, ı listened music, watched movies, always got 10/10 of exams, thousand times ı got 1st in school about english.
    And after that, ı was thinking like “ı think ı want to be more person, ı need to be better, or more international” idk what ı was thinking about but ı started learning more languages. The second language will make u shocked maybe but ı wanted to learn Kazakh language, yeah..
    This is about my life goals, if ım gonna tell it shortly;
    Everyone want to go America,France,Germany,Russia or another high level countries like Canada,Norway. But ı said like “ı should not be the same as everyone, ı want to be different..” and ı made long n long searchings, ı liked their people, their culture, their language and they came symphatic to me cuz of nation, they are turkic and me either. at the final ı found a University in Kazakhstan that ı can directly go there from here, that university is “Hoca Ahmed Yesevi International Kazakh-Turkish University”
    Then now ı can speak kazakh as a normal people. If we pass all the things (and ım learning totally 5 languages right now.)
    I was always wanted to be a study on language school, but there was no any posibility around of my house, of my district…
    There was a normal school and a tourism school. I choose the tourism for just use my language interest. I am kinda happy now, cuz ı have a alternative job in a country that live with just the money comes from tourism.
    I heard “think the first day sitting in the class on language school” and ı clearly cried for a while..
    That was my biggest dream.
    If ı say cleary, there was nobody to help me about learning languages and even english…
    I never went out of my country, ı need it to learn it better ı know it, but there is no any possibility for a while..
    And about learning others,
    For right now ı am still not geting any support from somewhere and ım trying to learn
    Kazakh,Russian,Mongolian,Kyrgyz,English and the accents of english but the mostly British and Scottish.
    Soo, ı just wanted to type here and say something, if ı made mistake somewhere please forgive me. I hope you read all of my comment, thank you for your time:’)) ��

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  • Really this is very beneficial for me because if I will do this in my daily routine then I can make sure that then English will not be a stranger language for me so thanks for making great effort for us����☺️

  • Love Hidden Brain and Fresh Air!
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  • fantastic interview! Thanks so much fir this, I learned a lot! And yes, hypnosis scrips of any kind are available on Youtube. I learned to shut off my brain and sleep by using them.

  • The amount of knowledge in this podcast is amazing, I really got related to when he talks about how fear and just acting can benefit us humans. There’s a river patch we’re I stay and have neglected going through it at night since I was a kid I take the same path when going on my morning runs but I have a feeling that taking a run through it at night could be more beneficial than day times, this podcast is really something else

  • Hello I am yogesh for India I really enjoyed the way your teach the English language I am able to understand everything you asked even I am able to speak but I don’t have any one those who speek me I want to speek English because my friend lives in Australia and he is quite good in English and I am really interested to chatting him English if someone have those have a little bit of time to help me thanks.

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  • Can you please let me know different type of topics list, which will be helpful for IELTS Acadmic preperation, Ex. Globalization, Human Rights etc..

  • Wow! I wish all native English speakers had a crystal clear pronunciation like yours. Why wouldn’t I subscribe to your channel? Thumbs up to this video. You’ve just got one more subscriber. Greetings from Brazil. Cláudio.

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  • I do not think about door handles and whether something is sullied or made infected bc I know this event is bullshit, and my body is great and healthy. I do not worry about this shit. Zero. I simply laugh.

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  • This kind of videos are helping me a lot to learn english, and it’s a very nice way to do it.

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