I have been getting lots of questions about our float tank.Here is a video tour of our tank. Let me know if you have any questions, there is a contact form on the main page of the blog or you can post a comment.
Recently I have been doing a self experiment of sorts called Neurofeedback. It has been interesting to say the least I have a long history of head trauma, for years I have struggled with memory, focus and organization. The first week was really rough I actually went backwards in my sleep but I stuck with it I am starting to improve. My sleep is now the best it has been in years and I have noticed some pretty impressive changes day to day. I will be doing a Podcast in the near future about my experience and I am excited to see how I continue to improve over time.
This an excellent podcast by Robb Wolf . Robb interviews Dr. Byran Walsh the topic is a controversial one "Adrenal Fatigue" I highly recommend this interview it's excellent.
Another cool thing on Robb's site. I made the best of list which is pretty cool. It's an interview I did several years ago I think you will enjoy it.
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This was a really cool interview that Suzanne and I did together. Suzanne is a client and a member of the Missfits. You can check her story out here: You can't serve two masters. Check out the Interview here: From crazy cardio to the weight room Photo credit to Abby Laub, BG Magazine. See a complete article about the Miss Fits in the fall issue of BG magazine. lanereport.com/bg
I was super excited to be the first male guest on Better Everyday podcast with Sarah Fragoso and Dr Brook, We talk about everything from powerlifting to gallbladders and of course dealing with negative emotions. I love what these ladies are doing!
Here is a show I did where I go over a phrase I got fromPaul Check, Working in vs. working out. I also talk about the float tank and how having no gallbladder effects fat loss. Here is the supplement I recommend for people who have had their gallbladders removed. Please consult with your doctor before taking.
Since it has been so long since I regularly updated my blog I am going to be backtracking. This is episode 1 of The Gym Laird Show. In this episode we talk with Carla about her struggles with PCOS. With the help of Carb night and adjustments from AJ she was able to get healthy and lose some bodyfat. The main theme of this show is how individual this process is there is no one size fits all, as my good friend Robb Wolf says "You have to tinker." Carla is doing fantastic and expecting her first child soon. More exercise is not always the answer.