Summary: Biohacking made simple. The Hax was created to introduce new biohackers on ways they can start biohacking their body. We discuss simple but promising ways you can start to biohack your body from nutrition, fitness, your mind, and to even your sleep. Make sure to like and share our podcast to help spread the word of biohacking.
In this episode, Ryan Goodwin goes over the 6 ways you can start your biohacking journey. Ryan dives into the main 6 healers you should be concentrating on to biohack your lifestyle. Ryan Goodwin will be going over the concept of biohacking and how you can hack your biology by simple hacks for ordinary people who want extraordinary performance. The 6 Main Healers of Biohacking Your Body Nutrition Movement Sleep Environment Relationships Mindfulness Ryan Goodwin will give you quick and simple ways to biohack your body in more than one way. Make sure to screenshot the episode and tag @mrryangoodwin on Instagram and he will engage with you on your biohacking journey.
In this episode, Ryan Goodwin is joined by his wife Jacey Goodwin. Ryan and Jacey explain how biohacking your relationship is more than just saying I love you. You can start to understand when your significant other isn’t feeling right, then you can start to understand certain triggers that are causing it, whether its stomach inflammation or brain fog. Then instead of fighting or creating a negative environment, you can now understand how to change how your body is feeling. Ryan and Jacey also explain the benefits of setting up biohacking goals with your significant other can help create a better lifestyle while creating a healthy environment to live in together. Make sure to comment below and tell us how you biohack your relationship. Also, make sure to take a screenshot and tag @mrgryangoodwin on Instagram.
In this episode, Ryan Goodwin speaks with Chuck Hazzard VP of sales at Ouraring.com. Ryan Goodwin dives into how deep sleep is the time when our bodies are working hardest to recover – strengthening our minds and repairing our bodies from the previous day’s physical exertion. Sleep is not the boring part between memorable moments. It’s what makes those moments possible. When you sleep, your body and mind regenerate from the stress of the day. And the need for sleep never goes away – especially if you’re pushing yourself creatively, professionally or athletically. Not all heroes wear capes. But they all need sleep. Did you know the average person may spend more than 26 years of their life sleeping? We say that’s 26 years well spent. Getting enough restorative sleep helps you: Manage weight Stay healthier – longer Perform at your best Be more productive Avoid hangry mistakes
In this episode, Ryan Goodwin speaks with Kristopher Gunther the CEO of True Rest Float Spa. They go over the biohacking benefits of how float tanks or deprivation tanks can help your body and mind. Make sure to take a screen shot and tag @mrryangoodwin on Instagram and tell him for thoughts about this episode. A sensory deprivation tank, also called an isolation tank or flotation tank, is used for restricted environmental stimulation therapy (REST). It is a dark, soundproof tank that is filled with a foot or less of saltwater. The water in a sensory deprivation tank is heated to skin temperature and nearly saturated with Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate), providing buoyancy so you float more easily. How It Works You enter the tank nude and are cut off from all outside stimulation, including sound, sight, and gravity when the tank’s lid or door is closed. As you float weightless in the silence and darkness, the brain is supposed to enter into a deeply relaxed state.
In this episode, Ryan Goodwin has a special guest, Erin Brockovich. Erin Brockovich is known for her movie where Julia Roberts plays her. Brockovich has become a media personality as well, hosting the TV series Challenge America with Erin Brockovich on ABC and Final Justice on Zone Reality. She is the president of Brockovich Research & Consulting. She also works as a consultant for Girardi & Keese, the New York law firm of Weitz & Luxenberg, which has a focus on personal injury claims for asbestos exposure, and Shine Lawyers in Australia. Ryan Goodwin and Erin Brokovich go over how important movement is to your body, mind, and soul. They talk about simple ways of biohacking with movement to help you accomplish your own personal goals. You will want to make sure to listen to the end where Ryan Goodwin and Erin Brockovich gives you some simple hacks to try. Make sure to take a screenshot on your phone and tag Ryan Goodwin and Erin Brockovich so they can engage with your experience.
In this episode, Ryan Goodwin has a very special guest on his show today. His name is Eric Glader and is CEO of https://www.powerdot.com/. Powerdot uses the technology known as EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation) to help with muscle recovery and growth. Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation or NMES uses a device that sends electrical impulses to nerves. This input causes muscles to contract. The electrical stimulation can increase strength and range of motion, and offset the effects of disuse. It is often used to “re-train” or “re-educate” a muscle to function and to build strength after a surgery or period of disuse. Perform Better • Increase muscle strength • Increase muscle size & density • Increase muscle endurance • Activate Type 1 & Type 2 muscle fibers • Improve overall muscle performance Recover Faster • Increase blood circulation • Flush out lactic acid • Reduce inflammation • Release knots in muscle • Improve overall muscle recovery Feel Good • Massage away tension • Increase blood flow to joints • Break up scar tissue • Improve range of motion • Ease muscle and joint discomfort
In this episode, our host Ryan Goodwin will be speaking Jeff Green, the owner of 7 Point Nutrition. Ryan Goodwin and Jeff Green dive into how biohacking your nutrition can make a significant change in your body. They discuss how not everyone can have the same nutritional plan because all of our bodies are different. So its really important to dial in and find that right plan. Ryan and Jeff go over the 7 Points of Health which are: Nutrition, Hydration, Sleep, Exercise, Supplementation, Hormones, and your Support System. They believe in having an overall balance in all aspects of life. Make sure to leave a comment below on what was your main take away from this podcast and make sure to hit that share button.
In this episode, Ryan Goodwin speaks with Brian Tracy which is one of the worlds best-selling authors for time management. Obviously, if you're better at managing your time you're going to be far more productive and if your more productive you're going to enjoy your life a whole lot better. About The Guest: Brian Tracy has consulted for more than 1,000 companies and addressed more than 5,000,000 people in 5,000 talks and seminars throughout the U.S., Canada and 82 other countries worldwide. Brian is the top selling author of 80 books that have been translated into 42 languages. Including the best-selling Psychology of Achievement, which has been translated into 28 languages. He helps corporate and public audiences on the subjects of Personal and Professional Development, including the executives and staff of many of America’s largest corporations. His exciting talks and seminars on Leadership, Sales, Self-Esteem, Goals, Strategy, Creativity and Success Psychology bring about immediate changes and long term results. He has traveled and worked in 120 countries on six continents, and speaks four languages. Brian is happily married and has four children. He is active in community and national affairs, and is the President of Three companies headquartered in San Diego, California. To learn more about Brian Tracy, please visit www.briantracy.com
In this inaugural episode of the Hax, Ryan is joined by fellow professional biohacker Jared Haddock. Ryan and Jared discuss their favorite hacks, their journeys into biohacking, and how they have been able to optimize their brains by taking a look at specific inputs in their body. Now, biohacking is becoming a very popular term being used today. You might be asking yourself what does biohacking mean? Well, Biohacking entered the San Francisco programmer and maker communities as early as 2005, through simple demonstrations of basic experiments. As DIYbio experiments became the focus of hackers, the hobby gained additional momentum. In 2018 there are many ways of biohacking your body such as nutrition, working out, improving your sleep, the way you think, and much more. The best part about biohacking is that you may already be doing it without even knowing. All it takes to dive in is a true desire to improve your life, and we’re here to help you get started. From nutrition to beauty to fitness, LifeVantage has engineered science-backed products and resources to get you closer to meeting your individual goals and challenges every day.