Tripp Lanier: The New Man – #77

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Americans spend billions each year on self-help, and this maybe isn’t totally surprising, but women are the target audience of the industry more often than not. Which is why the role of men’s coach Tripp Lanier is so important, to help fill in the gap. Let’s face it! Men need help too, right? On this episode of Bulletproof Radio Tripp talks about self-help from a man’s perspective and how to upgrade your life from a more masculine point of view. You’ll hear about why understanding your whole body matters, how being in the wrong relationship can keep you from being optimal, and Tripp shares a very personal story of trauma and how it affected his own personal development. Tripp’s a great guy. It was awesome to have him on the show. Enjoy!

Tripp Lanier is a men’s coach and host of The New Man Podcast. He coaches and teaches men all around the world how to break out of mediocre lives and create the careers and relationships they really want. As a host, he’s interviewed experts and authors from all walks of life including Tim Ferriss, Laird Hamilton, Ken Wilber, Dan Millman, Marcus Buckingham, Bill Harris, Steven Pressfield, AJ Jacobs, Chip Conley, Dr. Robert Glover, and Shawn Phillips. The New Man Podcast reaches thousands of people in over 110 countries and regularly finds its home on the iTunes Self-Help Top 10 list.

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What You’ll HearThe New Man with Tripp Lanier

  •   0:00 – Cool Fact of the Day!
  •   0:26 – Welcome Tripp Lanier
  •   1:45 – How do bacon and love come together?
  •   4:00 – A man’s worth
  •   6:00 – Eastern development
  • 10:00 – Vipassana Meditation
  • 13:00 – From outside to inside
  • 16:00 – The whole body matters
  • 18:00 – Working with family
  • 20:00 – The wrong relationship can keep you from succeeding!
  • 23:00 – The unvarnished truth
  • 25:00 – The drama triangle
  • 28:00 – Tired of waiting
  • 30:00 – Knowing vs thinking
  • 33:00 – Checking in
  • 35:00 – Testosterone
  • 40:00 – Tripp’s diet
  • 44:00 – The effects of childhood trauma
  • 52:40 – Top three recommendations for kicking more ass!

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By Dave Asprey

  • MarkBousquet

    Loved the Doctor Who reference! 🙂

  • JNV

    If you are so bulletproof (and I say this respectfully), and no longer obese, why don’t you have normal testosterone levels without using testosterone? I would think, given your rigidity of your lifestyle, and the healthy fats, and everything else you do, your hormones would be optimal. Please explain? Thank you.

    • betsy

      Often when one gets sick from chronic/debilitating conditions like Lyme, CFS, being exposed to mold toxins for extended periods it permanently causes a need for supplementation due to something being irrevocably damaged. When this happens it is best to find the most bioidentical and natural way to assist the body to function in normal ranges so that it can handle being coaxed into functioning at peak performance.

    • fox

      Its very simple he been taking exogenous testosterone for so long his body has stopped producing much of its own. Dave also only has one kidney. The increase in saturated fat intake does increase your testosterone levels thats fact look it up. Just because a diet doesn’t fix every single thing does not mean it doesn’t work…………Dave I will say this though its possible to reboot your system. Please see S.E.R.M and HGC research most commonly found in steroid profiles. If this is a route you choose to take Toremifene is the safest and most effective. You are healthy and already supplement with high amounts of detoxifiers so you should be fine for 1 month.

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  • 4sset

    Love this. The interiors and the exteriors of men’s optimization 🙂

  • Sonia Christensen Meccage

    Bravo! This was an excellent and enlightening conversation to listen to from a woman’s perspective.

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