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Training with kettle bells seems a little intimidating, and it is intense, but it provides an amazing sense of performance because really, everyone can do it. The Steel bells are a cross of a sandbag, a dumbbell, a barbell, a handle bag, a medicine ball, a slam ball, a stability sleeve, a sliding disc and a kettle bell.
Squat: The base bend is performed with one or more kettle bells in the rack position or a single bell in the cup position, which can help develop hip mobility by using the elbows to push out the knees at the bottom of the squat. Row: While bent somewhere from 45 degrees parallel to the floor, the kettle bell is held hanging on a straight arm, pulled up to the hips or sideways and lowered again.
The trainee squats deeply, then swings again on his back and lowers the bell above his head so that the handle touches the ground before reversing the movement and getting up again. Grips The Kettle bell has more than 25 handles that can be used to provide variety, challenge different muscles, increase or decrease complexity and work on proprioception.
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We do talk about hemp, but a lot of the subject in the podcast in this particular show is somewhat outside the scope of cannabis. We talk about Dot, Athabasca, the Gut Biome and a whole sleuth of interesting things, but I just wanted to let you know that this is somewhat of a personal enrichment podcast.
So I really hope you enjoy it, and if you hear a little trickling noise in the background that’s Aubrey’s bubbling brook water fountain. As you’ll see Aubrey’s a fascinating guy, so I really hope you enjoy the show.
Aubrey is the founder and CEO of Innit which provides nutritional and health supplements like Hemp Force, which we’re going to discuss today. You know when I was growing up my mother was a nutraceutical doctor that worked with a lot of NBA basketball teams, all of Pat Riley’s teams and worked with a lot of other athletes and top performers.
And so you know on game day I would have a stack of vitamins that would be on a paper towel for me to take. And on test day I would have a different stack that looked differently, and I was a young man and I didn’t really, you know, pay attention to what I was doing, but I got used to the paradigm of not only the supplements I was taking, but the nutrition that I was ingesting, the food that I was ingesting, how that would affect performance.
And then going on from there all the different other practices like meditation, different psychedelic experiences, how those could optimize my mental and spiritual state so that everything could work together and allow me to achieve my highest goals and my highest potential. Matthew: Now you talk a little about, you know, plant is medicine and Hemp Force is one of your flagship products.
I’m interested in your thoughts about, you know, a lot of people are taking protein supplements. Aubrey: Sure yeah, so the Hemp Force chocolate flavors is really what you’re talking about there.
One is vanilla and one is chocolate, each with different super foods and other nutrient profiles in there. But the Chocolate Mac, as we call it, I guess first talk about the hemp.
Hemp has a lot of advantages over the rest of at least the vegetarian proteins. And second it has also Omega 3 fatty acids in there which are really under found in the typical American diet.
And then another advantage is that hemp is actually comprised of two compounds that are readily found already in human muscle, destiny and albumin. And so when the body is digesting this it’s really easy to translate those two compounds directly into a muscular structure.
Matthew: Now at first you also integrate Mac powder into Hemp Force, and I first became aware of Mac powder from David Wolfe’s book Super Foods and reading about, you know, it has qualities that can help you at high altitudes. So it makes sense that it would help with high altitude conditions and issues.
And you know the exact mechanism of action is not always easy to pin down in those, but there’s been some good studies to show that Mac is beneficial in optimizing kind of hormone levels. And that could be because it’s feeding the different glands and the different source engines basically of our hormones with enough of the micronutrients and minerals that they need to perform optimally or it could be some other compound than the Mac.
I think there’s a lot of noise out there about Omega oils and their importance, but not a lot of a drill down as far as how we should be thinking and framing our thought about Omega 3, 6 and 9 and how they relate to each other and how much we need. They affect everything from your brain to your joints, to long term immune related issues.
Aubrey: Well the Shrew Tech sport which is our preworkout formula, we really focused on the codices kinesis mushroom, and that was based on the research that has shown its ability to help people improve oxygen utilization. Again this is a high altitude mushroom naturally found in the mountains of China and Tibet.
And so when you’re working out all of that huffing and puffing is really designed to supply your muscles with oxygen. And there’s a couple of other great ones as well that we put in the Shrew Tech Immune like the rash mushroom line.
So it helps stimulate an immune response even though the compounds are benign. So we’re generally pretty chronically deficient in immune function based upon our gut flora.
Matthew: Gosh that seems to be such a new and broad topic with the gut flora. I think that’s going to be one of the main frontiers of medicine and people are just realizing that right now.
So much is involved in the gut, and I think figuring out the proper ways to get that right is going to be the key. And so so much of what makes us up is involved from both health and now they’re, you know, evidence potentially linking even to personality based upon our gut flora.
Here at home we make a rejuvenate which is fermented cabbage and distilled water and it helps replenish the mycobacteria. And I can tell a difference after a few days of having that, but I mean my understanding is there’s kind of three broad categories that make up most gut bacteria, the mycobacteria, the acidophilus, and Fido.
You know, really approved right now only to treat one the most difficult stomach infections called C DIFF, that’s the only way you can get it, but it treats it with like a 95% success rate, whereas usually you would have course of antibiotics is just massive destruction to your entire biome, or they actually strain all the actual poop out of there so it’s not as gross as people think. Matthew: It almost sounds like a Saturday Night Live satire commercial like fecal transplants, but you know I keep on reading about how it’s just transformational for people that just can’t get things worked out in their gut any other way.
And there’s actually a company in Canada that’s making them in pill form, so they isolate all the bacteria, and then they coat it in enteric capsules and you can actually take it in pill form. Matthew: I think listeners would be really interested in your daily habits and routines.
Matthew: I mean you have so much knowledge in your head about, you know, optimization and diet and lifestyle. You’re kind of on the frontier of things that most people will start to hear about in 3 to 4 or 5 years.
Can you just tell us a little about your routines, what you do to optimize your health, your lifestyle, your diet, all those things? Aubrey: Yeah, you know, there're some things that are pretty consistent and that’s, you know, just staying away from putting chemicals in my body like unnatural compounds.
I’m not like particularly strict with anything, but I try and just maintain balance by keeping a pretty wide spectrum of possibilities. Flotation tanks, another excellent way to quiet the mind and find that still space.
It’s really difficult to have the great ideas when your mind is running on these short loop programs where you’re constantly just problem-solving and figuring out your daily task and being stressed. Really the best ideas come when you can drop into that stillness and flotation is a great way to do that.
Meditation is a regular practice, and then when I really need a reset and go to the deep, the deepest cycle as possible that’s when I go to South America and do something like Athabasca or Pachuca. And the first time I heard you was on the Joe Roman Experience podcast, and I felt like I was pretty familiar with psychedelics until you came on and started talking about Athabasca and some of your experiences in Central and South America, and I was just blown away.
I think there will be some people that have heard of Athabasca, but they really don’t know what it is and what it’s capable of doing. Aubrey: Yeah they call Athabasca down in South America the “Master Medicine”.
And they boil those two together and you get an orally active form of Dot because of the Mali that comes from the vine. And really the character of the experience is deeply cleansing for one, both physically and mentally and spiritually.
I mean you feel like everything that you’ve been holding on to literally flushes out of your body either through purging through vomit or, you know, going out the other direction. I feel like this is several times we’ve mentioned shit in the same podcast.
And then the Dot creates, you know what really feels like an opening to a source of knowledge that’s beyond ourselves and a lot of time that involves interaction with other beings, and sometimes it just involves really incredible insight into your own life put together in this beautiful, fantastic kaleidoscope of colors and lights and sensation that you’ve never really experienced before. Matthew: Now I really feel like the listeners who are cannabis enthusiasts will be open to this probably much more than the typical person you meet on the street.
I mean you were talking about the purging of the body, and that’s kind in a way to prepare you for what you’re going to go through. Aubrey: I think a lot of times people put a false distinction between mind and body.
And the Shamans down there and the colanders who are like the plant doctors down there, they don’t make that distinction. But if it hasn’t gotten rid of the root issues that are in the body, those thoughts will be easier to come back.
And vice versa, a good physical cleanse like a juice cleans or a fast can help remove some physical residue in the body, but if you haven’t changed your mental patterns, those can come back. And I’m not saying those aren’t great practices, but the reason why Athabasca is called the “Master Medicine” is because it hits you on both levels simultaneously, and it’s really unlike anything else out there.
Do you think there’ll start to be kind of curated experiences where North Americans looking for kind of experience where they could have a North American guide take them to some place where it’s been vetted out, so they can, you know, don’t have to research it too much on their own and just know hey this is a safe Shaman to visit in Peru? I can personally vouch for a couple of places and I have those on my website www.aubreymarcus.com, if you go to plant medicine and FAQ, you can see some of those.
But there’s a place called www.biopark.org, that’s the website, then there’s also Temple of the Way of Light. So it’s the International Center for Ethnobotanical Research, and they’re going to do a major flagship, three year study at the Temple of the Way.
But you really got to know what you’re doing and certainly don’t just show up in Peru and start asking people if they have Athabasca because you’ll get something, but it might not be something good. Matthew: Now is this equatorial part of South America then where there’s, you know, did you bring like a mosquito net.
You know, it’s not like a highly dangerous area where malaria and dengue and all of these things are just rampant, but it’s possible. You’re paying homage to the home where the mother earth is the strongest.
You know, whatever that presence is, you know, they call it Pachamanca, but whatever you want to say, that kind of presence of life teaming on life is real energy of creation is never stronger than in the rain forest. I mean per cubic foot there're more things alive there than anywhere in the world.
Too often we as humans try to escape from that and get away from it, put ourselves in a skyscraper 40 feet above the Earth where nothing is flying around us. There're no insects, there’s no life and that’s not necessarily what we’ve been used to being around growing up as an organism.
In our past history we slept close to the ground, and we were part of the Earth, and now we’re very isolated from that. So part of the medicine is going down to those areas, you know, paying homage to that energy and that place and that can be really valuable and a great teacher in itself.
Aubrey: Yeah, I’ve actually been working with the producer of that, Mitch Schultz, and we’ve put out one documentary already on Pachuca, and we’re coming out with another one on Athabasca in about a month or so. And this contains Dot, so I’ve read, and in the documentary they talk about the possibility of the, you know, when you go through extreme stress or you’re dying or you have an Athabasca experience that this becomes very active and this may serve as kind of gateway for us to other dimensions as you were kind of alluding to earlier.
You know, it’s difficult for me to say things that I haven’t directly experienced or that the research hasn’t shown, you know, with 100% certainty, but it makes a lot of sense to me that there would be a physical manifestation of this and kind of mechanism for this spiritual experience because if you’ve been there, you know, and experienced these things, you know it’s something different and it normally makes sense that it would have a root in the body, a root cause. And we have receptors in the brain that are ready to receive these floods of this compound.
So it’s not an accident that people discovered ways to provide the body with Dot to get these experiences. That’s what a sensory deprivation tank is, and what that means is you’re floating in water that’s the same temperature as the outside of your skin.
Hopefully it’s perfectly quiet so you can’t hear anything, and you’re floating in Epsom salt in a room which has no smell. So all of a sudden all of your senses shut off, and the part of your brain that’s worried about processing all of this inventory input is just like, ah, okay well nothing to do here.
Even some great monks and the great people like the Dalai Lama and other people, it takes them hours of meditation to get to these states that I think you can reliably get to in a float tank in minutes. There’s still some benefit, but at least if you know what the final goal is, I think it’s going to be a lot more effective to implement in your life.
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