Sue Hitzmann is creator of The MELT Method, founder of the Fascia Research Society and author of The MELT Method.
Sue’s interest in neuromuscular and manual therapies began when she was in her twenties with her quest to find a resolution to her own debilitating pain. Even top doctors and physical therapists couldn’t explain what was going on in her body. In hands-on bodywork, she found solutions she was desperately seeking. Determined to share this, she changed her focus from fitness to manual therapy and became known in New York City as the person who solved seemingly impossible pain issues.
In 2001, Sue was inspired to create “homework” for her clients, which led to the development of the MELT Method – the first-ever form of Hands-off Bodywork®.
[1:50] The importance of keeping our connective tissue hydrated
[4:08] How massage and other movements can help create hydration
[7:44] How much water you should be drinking when you wake up in the morning (it's not as much as you'd think)
[9:35] Some tips on how you can help yourself drink water throughout the day to keep your connective tissue properly hydrated
[11:34] Finding your circadian rhythym and why it's important
[14:36] How MELT can help you go to sleep easier and actually reach the cell restoring deep sleep that we need
[16:22] What we do to implement the MELT Method
[18:58] The dangers of excessive compression and pulling on connective tissue and how MELT can help
[22:13] Comparing body work techniques to sex, different strokes for different folks
[24:04] Yoga and the MELT Method, the goods and the bads
[26:26] Why hyper mobility is actually a warning sign instead of something impressive
John Tesh’s highly successful and varied career path includes a 10-year run as anchor on Entertainment Tonight, six hit public television specials, including his landmark Live At Red Rocks in 1994, a string of #1 radio hits, his popular nationally syndicated radio show “Intelligence For Your Life” in which he has 14.5 million listeners, and a high profile advertising and marketing company. His musical accolades since releasing his debut album Tour De France in 1988 include seven million units in total sales; a Keyboard Magazine Award; a 2003 Grammy nomination for “Best Pop Instrumental Album” for his double CD The Power of Love; and gold certification for his Live At Red Rocks album.
His advertising and marketing company, TeshMedia, handles clients such as numerous Fortune 500 companies, including General Motors, Home Depot, Macy’s, Kohl’s Petsmart, Amway, Geico Insurance and PetSmart. Tesh’s book “Intelligence for Your Life: Powerful Lessons for Personal Growth”, has spent time on the New York Times, USA Today, Publisher’s Weekly, Wall Street Journal & Amazon.com best-seller lists. The award-winning daily and weekly show he calls “purpose driven radio”, recently secured the trademarks for three more categories in their “Intelligence for....” family. “Intelligence for Your Health,” “Intelligence for Your Pets” and “Intelligence for Your Love Life” have been added to Tesh's core brand, and will be developed into stand-alone content-rich websites with products designed around the “Intelligence” Tesh and his staff have gathered in the 10 years since they launched the show.
[4:36] How The John Tesh Radio Show found its niche and is designed to run on any format
[9:35] The importance of "picking a lane" in life and how it can lead to success
[15:15] The most important type of books John thinks you should be reading
[20:07] How John and his wife met, and why pretty women don't seem to get asked out as much
Focus: The Future of Your Company Depends on It
Differentiate or Die: Survival in Our Era of Killer Competition
John LaRocco is Head of Engineering at Humai Tech, a company that's seeking to create a bionic body and synthetic organs. John's areas of research interest include neuroengineering, brain computer interface (BCI), prosthetics, additive manufacturing, sports biomechanics, 3D printed weapons forensics, digital currencies, synthetic organisms, and historical technology. He has a BS in Biomedical Engineering from The College of New Jersey, and an MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Rowan University.
John and Jason discuss the upcoming head transplant, the progress toward synthetic organs, what a bionic body could mean for humanity and more.
[2:03] The preparation for the first human head transplant
[3:24] Head transplants on monkeys were being done in the 60s
[3:39] The applicatoins of head transplants are broader than you might think
[6:04] The difference between a monkey head transplant and a human head transplant
[7:23] How creating a synthetic body for heads to be transplanted onto differs from singularity
[9:21] Why John having an electric engineering background is important
[11:41] Why a transplanted head is much easier than a transplanted brain
[14:12] The practical application of John's research moving forward
[16:30] The quest to optimize systems for output
[17:49] How human reaction time could be sped up with prosthetics
[19:49] The future of human transplants and the impact it will have on our lives
Jason talks with his friend and business partner, Fernando, about Fernando's journey from a normal man who THOUGHT he was eating healthy, to someone who actually studied his diet and lifestyle. Fernando and Jason dive into what people are actually putting into their body, what Fernando read/watched/did when he was moving to a Longevity lifestyle and how he even brought his kids along for the ride.
[2:34] Fernando and his wife started their journey in 2011, but didn't start off quite right
[5:06] The start of a new journey, a cleanse in 2013
[7:47] Documentaries Fernando's watched that really helped him on his journey
[9:47] Fernando's weight loss journey once he started his longevity lifestyle
[11:31] How the food companies are deceiving us
[12:25] Fernando's kids relationship with candy changed because of their documentaries (and how his oldest child turned it into a money making venture)
[14:10] Why Fernando isn't a vegan
[15:55] The issues with dairy
[17:21] Dangers of added sugar
[19:55] The goods and bads of juices
[22:38] How Fernando uses the Fooducate app with his whole family when they're grocery shopping
The Master Cleanse
Hungry for Change (2012)
Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead (2010)
Fully Raw Kristina
David "Avocado" Wolfe