Buy Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers, Third Edition by Robert Sapolsky.
Vinnie and Anna welcome Serena Scott Thomas in the studio to answer listener questions.
Vinnie and Anna welcome race director Eric Friedman to the show to promote his event Skydive Ultra.
Finally, favorite guests ever Bobby Kelly and The Tea Inspector come by to chat about how NSNG is treating Bobby. Answer: NSNG is treating him well. Check out Vinnie on Bobby's podcast, "You Know What Dude."
Vinnie and Anna welcome documentary filmmaker Donal O'Neill about his excellent film Cereal Killers.
Vinnie and Anna welcome Chris Kostman, owner of Adventure Corps and race director of some pretty huge races, including the Furnace Creek 508 and the Badwater 135, into the studio. And hello, he drives a DeLorean, which means he's super cool.
About Chris Kostman:
Chris Kostman got his start early in ultra sports: He set world ultra cycling records in high school in 1984 and 1985 (riding against the clock from San Francisco City Hall to Los Angeles Cith Hall) and completed the 3127-mile, eleven-day Race Across America bicycle race at age 20 in 1987. That was a springboard to competing in events as diverse as the Triple Ironman in France, the 6.5-mile Skaha Lake Ultra Swim in Canada, numerous winter ultras on mountain bike or snowshoes in Alaska, and scores of 24-hour mountain bike races and 200-mile or longer road bike races. This led to a career producing some of the toughest endurance events available through his company, AdventureCORPS. Hosted in Death Valley, on the slopes of Mt. Shasta, Mt. Laguna, Mt. Tam, and beyond, these events include multi-day cycling lifestyle camps, centuries and double century bicycle rides, the venerable Furnace Creek 508 bicycle race, and the world-famous Badwater Ultramarathon 135-mile foot race and its sister events, Badwater Salton Sea and Badwater Cape Fear. Chris has also published over 250 articles about the endurance world. He is trained and educated as an archaeologist and works part-time in that field, both undersea and on land in the Middle East and South Asia.
Vinnie and Anna welcome Serena Scott Thomas into the studio and talk to Danny Dreyer the founder of Chi Running about how he came up with a way to run injury free.
Check out Dee Dee Silverstein's blog post: They Call Me Missile Tits.
Buy The 80/10/10 Diet.
Check out The Woodstock Fruit Festival.
Vinnie and Anna talk to blogger and natural cosmetics expert Estelle Hayes from Pink Moon Daily about her success with NSNG and toxic cosmetics and beauty products. Plus a brief mention by Dr. X about why Activated Charcoal may not be a good idea.
More about Estelle Hayes:
Estelle Hayes is a freelance writer, blogger and corporate communications specialist. Her blog, pinkmoondaily.com is devoted to all aspects of natural beauty and healthy living. She is passionate about sharing organic recipes, gardening tips and tricks and nontoxic make up brands, as well as the best in sustainable and environmentally-friendly insights for a healthy home and family.
Read Estelle's fantastic blog Pink Moon Daily and her articles on The Huffington Post:
Vinnie interviews Anna to ask how to set up an NSNG kitchen.
Some items Anna mentioned (this list will increase and be on its own page...eventually):
Vinnie and Anna talk to the great Bob Babbitt of Competitor Magazine and Challenged Athletes, and about their weekend at the New Media Expo in Las Vegas.
Vinnie and Anna talk about their trip to Las Vegas and the New Media Expo.
Vinnie and Abel James of Fat Burning Man!
Wrap your head around these here accomplishments of Zach Bitter: 100 mile American Record Holder, 12 Hr. World Record holder (101.66 miles). 6th fastest 50 mile in North American history (5:12:36, fastest run in North America in 33 yrs), 2012 USATF 50 National Champion (road), 2011 & 2013 Fastest 50 mile performance of the year, Nine first place finishes in Ultra events.
Ponceman on Free Radio:
Vinnie and Anna welcome the great Dr. Peter Attia onto the podcast to start 2014 off right.
Photo Credit: Terry Manier