Super Human Radio is the world's first broadcast radio show dedicated to fitness, health and anti-aging. An emphasis on exercise, nutrition and hormone management makes this one of the most progressive shows about preventative and regenerative techniques designed to increase longevity.
SHR # 1508 :: CASUAL FRIDAY :: Co-host: The Lovely and Talented Alisa Profumo :: They Say It's Your Birthday - Pearls of Wisdom - Mirror Mirror on the Wall - Conflicting Information About Ebola - Shrink-Wrap Ebola Victims - GMO: What Do People Really Know - Farmer's Market Frauds - Susan G. Koman: A Bunch of Fracking Ice Holes - Vitamin D Levels May be Linked to Liver Cancer - Study Shows How Exercise Protects the Brain Against Depression - Lung Cancer Hides for Up to 20 Years - Plus More ::
SHR # 1507 :: Trans-Evolutionary Fitness Radio: Homo Noeticus + It Takes Real Strength Not to Be a Bully :: Co-host: Ken O'Neill :: Guest: John White - Bud Jeffries :: On the episode of TEFR John White joins O?Neill and Lanore. One of the founding fathers of the Neotics movement, White is attributed with coining the term Noetics in its current use of the word. The discussion of an emerging human population which is both enlightened and advanced is the core of the discussion. How technology both contributes and impedes enlightened mindful individuals is touched upon. PLUS October is also Bullying Awareness Month and no single person has done more to both bring awareness to bullying and find solutions for it than Jeffries. His traveling anti-bullying workshop incorporates strongman feats of strength couched in the message that ?Strong People Don?t Have to Bully?. He has traveled to schools in over 40 sates spending as much as 200 days each year on the road. Children love him and identify with his message as this gentle giants weaves stories of his own pain at the hands of bullies and how he became a strongman who does not feel the need to use his strength to intimidate others. ::
SHR # 1506 :: The SuppVersity Science Roundup + Longevity Medicine: Supporting a Healthy Inflammatory Response + Who's Responsible When Labels Lie :: Guest: Adel Moussa - Dr. Jerry Mixon - J. Clark Baird Esq. :: The long awaited visit from Adel Moussa paid off. He discusses the dangers of low-sodium intake especially in active individuals, extreme high-protein-low-carb diets driving people into the ground, a logical application of ketogenic diet and much more. PLUS Dr. Mixon has a very unique view about inflammation. Helping inflammation "resolve" should be the focus and not completely shutting down inflammation as do NSAID's and other pharmacological approaches. PLUS Recent label-claim scandals have reached many of us. So what can a consumer do? Who should be the target of your retaliation? What recourse is available? These and other questions are answered by Attorney J. Clark Baird. ::
SHR # 1505 :: The BluePrint Power Hour + Nourishing Broth: An Old Fashioned Remedy for the Modern World :: Co-host: Rob Regish :: Guest: Sally Fallon Morell :: Regish answers listener questions about training, nutrition and supplementation. PLUS Broth is a combination of culinary art and apothecary techniques. Fallon Morell discusses the science behind the benefits of real broth as well as the qualities of better broths. This is more than a cook book. This is a one of a kind book. Broth recipes from hundreds of years ago using a variety of ingredients from all different cultures. A must have book. You can find it here. ::
SHR # 1504 :: REPLAY MONDAY :: The Flinch: An Intro To Hormesis PLUS More Forgotten Training Protocols :: Guest: Julien Smith :: This show originally aired in 2012. In light of the recent discussion goals and motivation Carl thought this would be a good show to rebroadcast. They say "That which does not kill you will make you stronger" and Smith's book The Flinch teaches you how to embrace this notion and make it your ally. This book can transform your life if you apply it. You can download a free copy of The Flinch here. PLUS Three forgotten training protocols discussed. ::
Love this show. From top to bottom, covers all aspects of physical culture. Interesting guests and info.
First heard it driving across the country a few years ago. I'm so glad that the show is growing and continues strong.
Reviewed on 1/5/2010
Great topics on the shows and great guest. I have learned a lot of useful information listening to SHR.
Reviewed on 11/9/2009
Aussie's Love Carl
Carl's show is great for the novice thru to advanced in all areas of health and fitness. Insightfull chats with guests who know what their talking about. Carls experience and knowledge make for an interesting listen every time. GO CARL !!
Reviewed on 4/26/2009
Lame beyond description
And here's why: When you pause during the show, and then unpause, you are auto-skipped ahead to advertisements, completely losing your place in the show! WTF????
Completely lame, will never be back.