Ep 080 - Live Longer and Feel Better with Dr Al Peters​

Ep 080 - Live Longer and Feel Better with Dr Al Peters

Dr Albert Peters is the owner and medical director of the Center for Anti-Aging Medicine & Hormone Wellness. In this episode, learn how to transform your family and your community to live longer and better.

Dr Peters joins Tim and Steve to share some of the longevity secrets that cultures in the blue zones of the world all have in common. The first 3 lifestyle habits include:

  1. Move naturally and stay physically active

  2. Have a sense of purpose in your life

  3. Have a routine to get rid of stress

SUBSCRIBE to Attack Life, Not Others on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, iHeartRadio, or Spotify. If you like the show please leave a quick RATING and REVIEW!

Ep 079 - Surviving an Active Shooter Assault

Ep 079 - Surviving an Active Shooter Assault

It's pretty hard to “Attack Life” if you're living in fear and anxiety because of extreme violence which seemingly is becoming more prevalent. The US Department of Homeland Security's official recommendation is to “Run, Hide, Fight.” Timothy Spiess, retired Senior Special Agent with the US Secret Service joins us to break that down even further.

There are no guarantees, but here are some practical and tactical things you can do to increase your chances of surviving an assault by an active shooter:

  • Immediately crouch down

  • Seek cover or concealment as quickly as possible

  • If possible, move laterally to the shooter(s) and work your way back to where they have been — typically they don’t return to the entrance or area they came from

  • As a last resort — or the opportunity arises and you feel you’re able to safely attack and neutralize the shooter — commit using any available means and extreme aggression

Most importantly, work on becoming more aware. Eliminate distractions. Get rid of the noise. Having more awareness won’t just make you safer — it will enhance your life in so many ways.

SUBSCRIBE to Attack Life, Not Others on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, iHeartRadio, or Spotify. If you like the show please leave a quick RATING and REVIEW.

Ep 078 - You Cannot Control Everything

Ep 078 - You Cannot Control Everything

Contrary to what many other podcasts similar to ours are telling you — YOU CAN’T CONTROL CERTAIN THINGS. A trending topic these days seems to be people telling you things such as “Take control of your life!” and “You’re in control of what happens, so take charge!”

While these people are attempting to empower and embolden you — what they’re really doing is setting you up to fall harder when circumstances strike.

Saying you are in control is simply not true. Don’t misunderstand. We are big proponents of energy. In other words, if you work on being positive you’ll see more good things in your life. Alternatively, if you’re a negative person you’ll see a lot of negativity showing up in your world. Either way, things in life are thrown at you — things that you have no control over.

  • Life is a fight — show up and take it on

  • Life isn't as pretty as some would make it out to be

  • What you CAN control is how you choose to handle what you’re dealt

  • Why it’s important to have a support system of faith, family, and friends

  • Why it’s important to maintain a strong mind, a strong body, and a strong spirit

We have no control as to whether or not you are going to SUBSCRIBE to our podcast! All we can do is tell you here are some of the places you can: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts

You’ll benefit by being first to receive every new episode each week. By listening regularly, we’ll all grow together on this journey to strengthen our minds, bodies, and spirits!

Ep 077 - How to Reduce Anxiety with Dr Jarrod Spencer

Ep 077 - How to Reduce Anxiety with Dr Jarrod Spencer

Anxiety is something we all deal with to some degree. What most people don’t realize is how dangerous and detrimental it can be if it’s allowed to grow. It can get out of control, lead to other issues, and ruin lives. Dr Jarrod Spencer from Mind of the Athlete, LLC is back again to offer his expertise on how to reduce anxiety. Some of the things discussed include:

  • Why for the first time in history an entire generation is over-scheduled and overwhelmed

  • One of the commonalities of poor sleep and anxiety is cell phone addiction

  • What the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems are

  • We can't stop feeling anxious if we don't first get better sleep

  • If you’re feeling anxious, what the best way to relax is

In case you missed it, last week Jarrod gave us ways to keep our emotional energy high and positive — thereby avoiding depression. He’s also told us how high performers focus. In Ep 073 he went into more detail on how important good sleep is. Contact him if you’re interested in his keynote speech for business leaders or his signature keynote speech for athletes.

SUBSCRIBE on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or iHeartRadio! And while you’re there, we’d appreciate a quick RATING and REVIEW on Apple Podcasts!

Ep 076 - How To Avoid Depression, Keeping Your Emotional Energy High with Dr Jarrod Spencer

Ep 076 - How To Avoid Depression, Keeping Your Emotional Energy High with Dr Jarrod Spencer

Dr Jarrod Spencer from Mind of the Athlete, LLC has been on the show a couple times before. First he talked about how high performers focus, then he proved to us how important good sleep is. Contact him if you’re interested in his keynote speech for business leaders or his signature keynote speech for athletes.

Last week Tim and Steve shared some personal stories about emotions getting out of control, and now Jarrod joins us again to provide his knowledge and firsthand clinical experience on:

  • How to keep your emotional energy high and avoid emotional depletion

  • Why we need to improve our emotional regulation management skills

  • What a truly tough person does to manage their emotions

  • What causes depression, self-pity, and negative thoughts

SUBSCRIBE on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or iHeartRadio! And while you’re there, we’d appreciate a quick RATING and REVIEW on Apple Podcasts!

Ep 075 - Control Your Emotions

Ep 075 - Control Your Emotions

Tim shares a recent story about anger and rage. It could have ended very badly. Other things discussed include:

  • Tim’s 15-minute rule with his wife

  • The reason why indignation can be good, even though rage is bad

  • The major difference between combat sports, such as MMA, and real-life fighting

  • If you want to see what real focus looks like, try to observe yourself when you get angry

Tell us about a time you got so angry you couldn’t think of anything else. What’d you do to eventually snap out of it? When you think back, does the situation still make you angry?

SUBSCRIBE on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or iHeartRadio! And while you’re there, we’d appreciate a quick RATING and REVIEW on Apple Podcasts!