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Ep 044 Random Show: Training, Thoreau, Media, & Margin

“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.” -H.D. Thoreau Sometimes controlled randomness is what EVERYONE needs right now. […]

Ep 043 Interview: Chris Long

“If you’re going to tell me that nothing you do matters, then stay inside.” –Chris Long Our mission at the WFO Life Podcast is to provide valuable content to our listeners. We reach out to many unique and diverse people to accomplish this mission. Episode 43 undoubtedly advances our mission to provide valuable content and […]

Ep 042 Interview: Lieutenant Colonel Nick Lozar on Leadership

Early in the morning…Collect your thoughts and don’t be scared of silence from time to time… –LtCol Nick Lozar Continuing on the theme from Episode 41: Tribes, we reached into our own Tribe for this week’s episode. We are fortunate to have someone in our personal Tribe who is an Iraq and Afghanistan Combat Veteran, […]

Bonus Ep 003: Covid 19 Update, Easing Restrictions

“The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today.” ― H. Jackson Brown Jr. Topics Covered Medial insights to consider moving to more relaxed social distancing High Risk individuals Things you can do and should consider even after major bans restrictions are lifted Connect with us! Did you like this topic? Leave a comment by […]

Bonus Ep 002: Joint Hardening and Injury Prevention

Push harder than yesterday if you want a better tomorrow. –Unknown Guru This bonus episode explores specific issues related to starting physical training or ramping up existing work out programs. Dr. Curtis explains the need to allow joints to “harden.” He also explains how to tell the difference between injury and soreness. Connect with us! […]

EP 038 Interview: Sebastian Giraldo, Ph.D., Insights on Training Youth Athletes During Covid 19 Quarantine

Show Notes: Welcome to another timely, practical and insightful interview. In this episode, we bring back Sebastian Giraldo, Ph.D. Sebastian has a doctorate degree in Elite Athlete Development. He is a Professional Soccer Coach/trainer and a coach for the US Soccer program. Sebastian delivers many insights on youth sports training ideas during the COVID-19 social […]

EP 037: Stoicism 101-Ancient Operating System for 2020

I will throw you into prison.” Correction – it is my body you will throw there. ― Epictetus, Discourses I, 1.24 Our lives are disrupted right now no doubt, but perspective can be a powerful thing. Can you imagine being tortured for the better part of decade and having to write messages with a piece […]

EP 036 COVID-19, Life Challenges, and Stoicism

That what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger…. Random Ancient Warrior Topics Covered Covid-19 Life challenges Rise of the Virtual Life Social stressors, lost graduations, playoffs, and opportunity Lies, damn lies, and statistics Stoic conversation rises again Get your house (health) in order…it matters Social distancing? Think again Media fasting could save you sanity Amazing […]

EP 035 Interview: Dr Rick Cortes, Pediatric Perspectives on COVID-19, ADD/ADHD, Childhood Obesity

If we could give every individual the right amount of nourishment and exercise, not to little and not too much, we would have found the safest way to health… Hippocrates Topics Covered Introductions & lessons from 20+ years in pediatrics How kids are different than adults Living the example (Fitness, Nutrition, Lifestyle) Thoughts on Childhood […]

EP 034 Interview: Sara Perry, PhD, How to thrive in a remote work world

“He who is best prepared can best serve his moment of inspiration.” ― Samuel Taylor Coleridge Sara Jansen Perry is an assistant professor of management in the Hankamer School of Business at Baylor University. She is an expert in how employees and leaders experience stress at work, including in remote work settings. She has been consulted […]

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