Category: Podcast

Cian Lanigan on Feedback Loops, Nootropic Recovery Shakes and Graded Training for Performance (#10)

Whether you’re a coach or looking to be smarter about structuring your training, my conversation with Cian is going to jumpstart your brain. We dive into the idea of creating feedback loops for improved learning, Cian’s homemade nootropic recovery shake for body and brain, and the unique grading system he uses at Enhanced Performance to monitor and progress training for the members.

Cian Lanigan is a strength and conditioning coach and owner of Enhanced Performance, Vancouver, Canada.

Joey Fritz on Mental Performance for Combat Sports, How to Enjoy Running, and Approach vs Avoid (#9)

Working with combat sports athletes, to snowboarders and even motorcycle racers, Joey took some time to chat with me about all things cognitive. We cover what the mental performance component for combat athletes looks like, how to enjoy running if you currently hate it, and the key differences between the approach and avoidance mindsets.

Joey works with a host of professional strikers and mixed martial artists at Elevation Fight Team, Denver Colorado and received his MA in Sport and Performance Psychology from the University of Denver, Denver in June 2016.

Garyth Moxey on Your First Psychedelic Trip, Healing Addiction With Ibogaine, and The God Molecule (#6)

Garyth is an Ibogaine provider and entheogenic worker, specialising in opiate addiction detox. You can learn more about him and his work at Inner Realms (

Had a wild time talking to Garyth about his own experience with substance addiction, his journeys with psychedelics, suggestions on plant choices for your first psychedelic trip and what it’s like to work with the God molecule (5Meo-DMT) and how it differs from the Spirit molecule (N,N-DMT).

Phil Wittmer on Your First Handstand, One Arm Chins and Staying at Sub 10% Bodyfat All Year Round (#4)

It was a great pleasure to have Phil on the show. You’ll get to hear a clear insight into the pathways towards achieving your first freestanding handstand, what it takes to get the illusive one arm chin, and how he manages to stay at sub 10% body fat all year round!

Phil Wittmer is a performance coach and co-owner of West Coast Strength and Movement, a private training studio in Vancouver, British Columbia.