Today we will sit with Dr. Jordan Shallow, Canadian Head Coach Killian Hamilton, and the behind-the-scenes tech guru Kyle Lundy. RX’D Radio Team Canada discusses what life was like for Shallow and Lundy growing up in Windsor, Ontario which leads into a conversation around violence and the role it has played in each of their lives. Killian provides a different perspective on fighting as a sport and gives us insight into how his father nurtured his approach to confrontation. The group discusses why violence should be considered the answer, and how exposure to technology and the internet has changed societies' understanding and perception of the world around them.
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Today RX’D Radio welcomes returning guest and old friend, Jordan Moffitt. Jordan is the owner of Bacon and Barbells Co, an athletic apparel company that he founded as a creative outlet and way to support the Powerlifting community he loves.
Shallow, Killian and Moffitt chat round table-style today, starting with the founding of Bacon and Barbells Co as well as Moffitt’s transition into skateboarding over the last year. The crew discusses what it really means to be “100% in” on One Thing versus Everything, and whether this approach can be sustainable or not in the long term. Each of them discuss their different passions, outlets for creativity, and views on where work and fitness have fit into their lives. They debate etiquettes of social media, question its positive and negative impacts, and reflect on its worth in their business versus personal lives.
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Dr. Jordan Shallow and Killian Hamilton start off this episode of RX’D Radio by reliving some of their most interesting and awkward DM interactions. After some entertaining personal stories, the conversation turns to defining “the best athlete of all time.” The team runs through names of their most respected and favorited athletes, breaking down the criteria they value in an individual’s athleticism. We talk skill, epigenetics, and all the intangibles that create some of the best in the world, bringing up names such as Serena Williams, Usain Bolt, Tom Brady and Tiger Woods. To finish off Killian, Shallow and behind the scenes man, Kyle Lundy all conclude by giving us their favourites based on their own personal criteria.
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This week we sat down with good friends of RX’D Radio, Dr. Stefi Cohen and Mr. Hayden Bowe who together own Hybrid Performance Method in Miami, Florida. Both Hayden and Stefi are two of the world's top strength athletes, and they use their collective experience and knowledge to educate and revolutionize the strength community.
Kicking off today’s podcast, the group discusses the manifestation of fear and how a person can adjust the mindset to better cope with and mitigate fears and anxieties. The discussion also dives into deep topics of gender equality and stereotypes in relationships and careers. Stefi speaks out on personal experiences of discrimination, and the crew discusses how evolution and natural selection have been impacted by the criteria society now uses for mate selection. We talk perspective, dancing monkeys, and when violence IS the answer to a problem. Tune in!
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This week on RX’D Radio the boys sat down with the team at Hybrid Performance Method, specifically to speak with Fernando Reis. Fernando hails from Brazil, and is one of the top 5 Olympic Weightlifting athletes in the world, having set multiple world records and competing in both the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games. He is currently a coach at Hybrid Performance Method gym, and is preparing for the next Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Fernando talks about growing up in Brazil and he walks us through a personal story about robbery, and he highlights the astounding rates of violent crime in the country. He discusses how he became connected with Hybrid Performance Method, and reflects back upon his experiences preparing for and competing in the Olympic and PanAm Games. He discusses the greatest achievements and failures of his career in Olympic lifting, what motivates him to continue to improve, and provides his best advice to up and coming weightlifting...
We're back with the RX'D Radio Docs this week as we dive into the topic of professional athletes. Specifically, Shallow expresses his rather strong opinions on the athletic career of veteran QB, Tom Brady. Shallow shares with us his theory of "Tom Brady as America’s Smoke Bomb," that is, Brady's mistakes have only to been deployed when the USA needs a distraction. Shallow and Jiunta compare and contrast Brady with Michael Jordan and even bring the controversy of Jeffrey Epstein into the mix. The boys share frustration over “certified body coaches” and what that credential - or lack thereof - really means in the fitness industry. Join in for a wild ride through conspiracy theories and good stories!
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For the first time in over one year, Dr. Jordan Shallow and Dr. Jordan Jiunta are reunited in person today to bring back the rants that started RX’D Radio. After reminiscing on the past decade of their friendship, the conversation turns to discuss opinions - examining the “whys'' and “hows'' of the people who feel the need to share them. The boys discuss when opinions actually matter and differentiate between using those opinions to have influence versus have an impact on the world around you. Shallow discusses the age gap that falls into the blurred line between “old” and “new-school,” and how technology has impacted the development of younger generations. Jiunta and Shallow highlight the growing gap between power and competency in society, discuss understanding the consequences of one’s actions and provide us with some entertaining stories of discipline and consequence from their childhood.
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Today Dr. Jordan Shallow welcomes Matt Vincent to RX’D Radio. Matt Vincent is a 2X Highland Games World Champion, the CEO of HViii Brand Goods, UMSO Podcast host, CEO of Habit Coffee Co, and a full-time adventurer.
Shallow and Matt start the discussion off about the value of experience versus education, as well as their personal beliefs on religion and the afterlife. Matt retells of his time competing in Iceland, and the pair pontificate on how 100 million dollars may (or may not) change their lives.
Matt provides us with perspective on the importance of fostering more intimate relationships, and the two challenge each other’s viewpoints on the moral obligations of social media platforms such as Instagram. We finish with some advice on what it really takes to branch out and create your own...
Today Dr. Jordan Shallow welcomes Dr. Ian Kaplan to RX’D Radio. As a coach and COO of Hybrid Performance Method, Ian is a former chiropractor who transitioned into software design and is now “the engine” and the mastermind behind the consumer interface of Hybrid Performance.
Today we get deep into the weeds of how Ian transitioned from the role of chiropractor into software design, and then we go on to explore the “behind the scenes” of social media and internet privacy. Ian gives us insight into how targeted ads are generated, and he explains a few details about some of the biggest deals made between some of the largest companies in the Silicon Valley. We talk machine learning, software hackers, and Ian shares some of his personal opinions on information sharing and the ethics of the internet.
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