Hacking Time with Chris Dancy

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Have you ever noticed different the time could be? It flies when we are in a flow state, moves like a snail when we are standing in a queue and disappears when we start reading our Facebook feed. Setting the jokes aside, we all experience time in our own unique way. To understand our experience […]

5 Things You Can Do To Boost Your Genital Health

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2-3 time a week. That’s how often average couples have sex. The numbers of course differ from person to person, but the truth is sex is not a numbers game. When we are sexually aroused, our dopamine levels rise up and at the time of orgasm we have a dopamine whirlwind, which some researchers compare […]

Ben Greenfield on Hacking Your Body for Longevity

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“Health experts might be killing their bodies.” – Ben Greenfield Ben Greenfield has been obsessed since a teenager to use the most cutting edge fitness and nutrition hacks to get the most out of the human body. Today he uses it for the benefit of his audience not only to achieve peak potential but also to feel as healthy […]

Teemu Arina on Upgrading the Workplace

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“To me biohacking reduces the distance between the feedback that you get and if you are getting the results that you want. So, if you do some kind of measurements, you can become more sensitive to whats actually going on.” Teemu Arina has a professional career of over 15 years as a technology entrepreneur, author […]

Maximilian Gotzler On the Flow State

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Teemu Arina interviews Maximilian Gotzler, the founder of Flowgrade on the flow state. What is the flow state and how can we access it for higher performance? Maximilian Gotzler is the Founder and CEO of Flowgrade, a leading brand for cutting-edge Performance Nutrition. As a biohacker, former professional athlete, blogger, and organizer of the Quantified Self […]

Tiina Hoffman On Measuring and Biohacking Stress

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Teemu Arina interviews Exercise Physiologist Tiina Hoffman from Firstbeat about measuring stress and goes through his own data. What can we learn from the heart? Below are some highlights from the podcast. Normal person can suffer from overtrainning just because of chronic stress. Work can easily carry to your free time. The most common causes of sick leaves in […]

Andrew Steele on Using Genetic Data For Fitness and Nutrition

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Andrew Steele is an Olympic athlete, running the 400m and 4x400m for Great Britain. Having competed internationally for over 12 years Andrew is one of the most experienced athletes on Team GB, having been part of national teams at European, Commonwealth, World and Olympic level. Alongside his training for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Andrew […]