In today’s episode, I sit down with Melissa Martin and Sandy Vo, co-founders and creators of Ladies Aligned. We got deep into both of their stories, how they met and how
Today I sit down with my dear friend and mentor Todd Durkin. I first met Todd in 2012 at his Mentorship program, and that event literally changed my
Leveraging Functional Medicine as a tool for healthier and happier living. Welcome back to the show everyone, today’s guest is someone that I’ve been wanting to talk to
This week I sit down with cover model turned mindset coach and podcast host, Felicia Romero. Felicia shares the “ugly truth” of being a fitness model including body
Today on the show, I had my dear friend Johnny Elsasser on to talk about his journey through the elite special operations military system. He was forced to
My guest on the show today is the legendary Dean Graziosi. Serial entrepreneur, multiple New York Times best selling author and all round great guy. Our main
Today I sit down with holistic healing health icon Danette May. We spoke about her journey, the power of forgiveness, nutrition and all things adversity. Danette is the
“I’m thankful every day,” he said. “I mean, I honestly didn’t think I was going to live to see my 25th birthday, let alone 31 that I am today.
Doug Bopst was always “on the heavier side” growing up, and by age 18, he had another problem, too: an opioid addiction. But when he got busted for selling
How does someone rebuild from the depths of failure, self-inflicted harm, and feelings of worthlessness? Doug Bopst knows all about hitting rock bottom. But sitting in jail, a miserable
Interview I was initially introduced to Doug through my friend Amy Dresner (another sober warrior you may remember from episode 341) and knew immediately I wanted him on the show.
As a part of my series about “Heroes Of The Addiction Crisis” I had the pleasure of interviewing Doug Bopst. Doug Bopst is an award-winning personal trainer, author, speaker and
Personal trainer and podcast host, Doug Bopst believes extra square footage or investing in expensive equipment isn’t necessary. “You can just corner off a section of your basement, family
Did your felony and conviction play a role in your interest in fitness? After being convicted on drug charges, I started exercising in jail. I felt so much better
Prison gave him a chance to get clean and get fit. Read the full article on The Epoch Times HERE
Doug Bopst’s wake-up call came when he was 21. He was high on prescription pills and on his way to make a drug deal when he was stopped by