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Wolf & Iron Podcast: How to Get Strong with Joe Strada of Unleashed Fitness – #45

by Michael Yarbrough June 04, 2018

Every man wants to be strong. To know and to push the limits of his own strength. Joe Strada is a man I respect in the area of strength. not only is he faithful to the iron, he’s using it to hone character. He and his wife, Margaret, are setting the example of ...

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Wolf & Iron Podcast #33: How Epigenetics Puts You in the Driver’s Seat of Your Health

by Michael Yarbrough December 11, 2017

How many times have you heard “It’s in my genes” or “My mom had it so I have it“? In many cases it’s a copout and a farce. What we were taught in school about genetics has led many men to believe that their lives and health are predetermined. Everything from high cholesterol ...

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Wolf & Iron Podcast #25 – Aaron Dokos on True Strength, Health, & Intermittent Fasting

by Michael Yarbrough September 18, 2017

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Men, we’ve been sold a lie. Actually, we’ve been sold several lies, particularly around what it takes and what it means to be healthy and strong. My friend Aaron Dokos has such enthusiasm for life. In this episode we talk about strength, health, and intermittent fasting, and in a way that is ...

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Wolf & Iron Podcast #23 – Joel Salatin on Regenerative Farming, Eating, & What We’re Doing Wrong

by Michael Yarbrough September 04, 2017

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My wife and I picked up Mr. Salatin’s book Folks this ain’t normal a few years ago, and we still reference it as a must read for those frustrated with everything related to food: how it gets to our table, how it is raised, why my lettuce only last ...

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Wolf & Iron Podcast #012: All About the Bacon with Tender Belly Founder Shannon Duffy

by Michael Yarbrough October 24, 2016

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Hey guys! This may be the most epic podcast episode to date — it is certainly the most delicious! I had the pleasure of talking to Shannon Duffy, one of the founders of Tender Belly, makers of some of the finest bacon you can get, and we not only covered the subject ...

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Wolf & Iron Podcast #010: Daniel McKim on Scottish Highland Games, Being Big, Training for Power, & Being a Christian Athlete

by Michael Yarbrough August 01, 2016

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This was easily one of the funniest and easiest podcasts talks I’ve done thus far. Daniel McKim is a Scottish Highland Games World Championand as you can imagine, and see below, he’s a big fella. I have always been interested in how these guys train for these ancient games and what ...

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TRThursday: Theodore Roosevelt Gets Fat…
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TRThursday: Theodore Roosevelt Gets Fat…

by Mike Yarbrough May 21, 2015

“It is clear to me that the President is running his machine too hard.” – Irving Fisher, Economist and Progressive Campaigner, on Theodore Roosevelt

My son, Harvey, did a report for school on Teddy Roosevelt and his influence over the course of history. In doing so he came across a photo of young ...

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A Man’s Guide to Quitting Sugar: Part 4 – How to Quit
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A Man’s Guide to Quitting Sugar: Part 4 – How to Quit

by Mike Yarbrough April 10, 2015

“I want to get a vending machine, with fun sized candy bars, and the glass in front is a magnifying glass. You’ll be mad, but it will be too late.” – Mitch Hedberg, American Stand-up Comedian, 1968-2005

Towards the end of Naval boot camp, the families of the enlistees would ...

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A Man’s Guide to Quitting Sugar: Part 3 – Are You Addicted?
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A Man’s Guide to Quitting Sugar: Part 3 – Are You Addicted?

by Mike Yarbrough April 09, 2015

“Gollum is entirely based on the notion of addiction. The way that the ring pervades him, makes him craving, lustful, depletes him physically, psychologically and mentally.” – Andy Serkis on Gollum

When fishing for bass it’s important to “set the hook” else, the bass will come flying out of the ...

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A Man’s Guide to Quitting Sugar: Part 2 – The Problem with Sugar
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A Man’s Guide to Quitting Sugar: Part 2 – The Problem with Sugar

by Mike Yarbrough April 07, 2015

“Sometimes we struggle through a tasteless coffee till the last sip, then we find sugar lying at the bottom. That’s life, sweetened but not stirred well.” – Unknown

Let’s get one thing straight: Sugar is not evil! The current health and nutrition culture treats sugar as if the world has ...

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A Man’s Guide to Quitting Sugar: Part 1 – I, Marshmallow Man
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A Man’s Guide to Quitting Sugar: Part 1 – I, Marshmallow Man

by Mike Yarbrough April 06, 2015

“Pie…it fills the cracks of the heart. Go away, pain.” – Paul Blart, Mall Cop

Several years ago I decided to go for a jog around the outdoor track of my local YMCA. Like the mighty sequoias, I too believed that fresh air and sunlight were essential to life, and decided ...

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Eugen Sandow: Part 3 – Views on Diet and Exercise
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Eugen Sandow: Part 3 – Views on Diet and Exercise

by Mike Yarbrough August 05, 2014

“Perfect health is a consciousness of full vitality, of exhilaration, keen enjoyment of life, and strength to perform any task, and it is a melancholy reflection that not one in a thousand men and women of middle-age has it.” – Eugen Sandow, The Gospel of Strength

Over the years diet ...

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