Age Less / Live More

What Comes Next? Q&As Galore

with Lucas Rockwood
Will you ever go back to the office? Will kids ever take in-person school seriously again? And what will the bounce-back look like this summer after more people are vaccinated? This week’s podcast is a departure from my usual guest interview, and instead, I answer select listener questions about my post-pandemic thoughts in terms of business and health.

Listen & Learn: 

  • Will yoga studios survive? 
  • Is the “laptop lifestyle” truly bad for spinal health? 
  • How to (re)discover motivation to get into fitness
  • Midlife fitness newbie - how to start? 
  • What has changed in your diet since COVID? 

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Direct download: LRS_461_-_What_Comes_Next_QAs_Galore_with_Lucas_Rockwood.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:13am CEST

Rethinking Physical Pain
with Aaron Kubal 
Have you ever experienced chronic back or knee pain? An estimated 80% of people have a major pain episode at some point in their lives, and it often leads to downstream mental and physical health problems.

But what if pain were a protective mechanism?

What if pain was your body’s way of telling you when you need to back off, be careful, move differently? On this week’s podcast, we’ll rethink pain from the ground up with special guest, Aaron Kubal.

Listen & Learn: 

  • The risk vs. reward of spinal scans
  • How to forget about finding a “healer”
  • Why it’s important to take an evidence-based approach
  • How to take advantage of the placebo effect without getting taken advantage of     

Links & Resources:

Aaron’s Website

Aaron Kubal is a board-certified chiropractor who focused on rehabilitation and chronic pain. 

Nutritional Tip of the Week

  • Lemonade Diet

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Direct download: LRS_460_-_Rethinking_Physical_Pain_with_Aaron_Kubal.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 3:33pm CEST

Making Sense of Food

with Robb Wolf

You step into your local health food store, and the confusion begins. Keto, Paleo, low fat, high fat. It’s all so overwhelming. One approach lowers your cholesterol but improves your blood sugar. Another diet is great for combating inflammation but causes constipation.

This impossible choice is happening to you and me locally, and it also plays out on the macro level with our food systems themselves. How do we end hunger, ensure nutritional needs are met, and protect our topsoil at the same time? This seemingly impossible balancing act might be one of the most-important issues of the next 30 years. Let’s get into it.

Listen in Learn: 

  • How evolution continues today, and yet we are still mostly cavemen 
  • The importance of ruminant animals for topsoil 
  • Hidden inefficiencies of lab-grown meat
  • Can we evolve to be healthy on carbs and canola?

Links & Resources

Robb’s website

Robb is a former research biochemist and is The Paleo Solution and Wired To Eat. Robb has a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. He’s a former California State Powerlifting Champion and an amateur kickboxer. 

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Keto salts

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Direct download: LRS_459_-_Making_Sense_of_Food_with_Robb_Wolf.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:53pm CEST

Tendencies, Habits & Change
with Gretchen Rubin

Every few months a new productivity book hits the shelves, and of course, I read it. I’m a sucker for personal growth hacks. Do I need to fix my morning routine? What about a gratitude journal? Should I drink lemon water or celery juice in the morning? I joke that I’m a walking cliche - but that doesn’t change my behavior.

The reality is that personal growth is, well, personal. What works for me might not work for you. Your organizational system, your calendar or filing system that changed your life might do nothing to help me get things done. One this week’s podcast, you’ll meet returning guest and ultra-practical self help author, Gretchen Rubin. 

Listen & Learn: 

  • What you can learn about envy
  • Intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivation 
  • How to figure out what you really want
  • Thoughts on work, life, family, and friend balance 

Links & Resources:

Gretchen Rubin’s Site


Gretchen is a speaker, podcasterm, and the author of The Happiness Project, Happier at Home, Better Than Before, The Four Tendencies, and Outer Order, Inner Calm.

Nutritional Tip of the Week

  • Canned and frozen foods

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Direct download: LRS_458_-_Tendencies_Habits__Change_with_Gretchen_Rubin.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 11:32am CEST