Reconnecting with Nature with Herbalist Yarrow Willard

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It is not everyday that you find yourself in the presence of a 21st century jedi by a stream in the woods, though the Biohacker Summit has a unique way of identifying and bringing these modern day wise men into one mesmerizing space. Enchanting as it may be, that is exactly what Yarrow Willard known […]

Prof. Russel Hanson on How To Make a Digital Copy of Your Brain

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Biohacker’s Podcast Teemu Arina interviews professor Russell Hanson on our current capabilities of making a digital copy of a human brain on the connectome level. Professor Russell Hanson is founder and CEO of Brain Backups a company with the ambitious mission of providing non-destructive non-invasive brain imaging at the connectome level. Why would one want a Brain […]

Jesse Lawler on Nootropics and Smart Drugs

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“Get inspired by what really smart people can talk like, and think about… When I hear one of these guys, their brain is just, flowing out of the screen, it makes me want to push my own brain as far as it can go.” Jesse Lawler is an entrepreneur, media producer, long-distance cyclist, and personal-optimization […]

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 […]

#5 Ben Greenfield on Going Beyond Training

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In the fifth episode of Biohacker’s Podcast, Biohacker Teemu Arina and MD Olli Sovijärvi interview Ben Greenfield. He is an ex-bodybuilder, Ironman triathlete, Spartan racer, coach, speaker and author of the New York Times Bestseller “Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health and Life”. In 2008, Ben was voted as NSCA’s Personal Trainer of the year and in 2013 and 2014 […]

#4 Ari Meisel on the Art of Less Doing

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In the fourth episode of Biohacker’s Podcast, Biohacker Teemu Arina interviews Ari Meisel. Ari Meisel is author, speaker, coach and the creator of Less Doing, More Living, a set of practices and principles designed to help the overwhelmed become more effective. Ari is a Crohn’s disease survivor that almost cost his career. Less Doing, More Living […]