Announcing the First Ever Bulletproof Biohacking Conference

A panel of 3 photos of A Jolly before and after biohacking with amazing abs
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If you listen to the podcasts, you know that I’ve been planning a conference where you can upgrade yourself with hands-on transformative biohacking using equipment that’s unavailable to most people.

Coming this January 17-19 in the San Francisco Bay Area, we’ve lined up a world-class power lifter and professional sports athletic trainer who created technology that teaches your nervous system to become faster and to better integrate between the body and the mind. It’s technology that I use personally, and pro athletes spend  $40,000 – $80,000 a year to work with Jay’s technology. It can quickly teach your body things that functional movement and yoga never will.

Those of you that follow Bulletproof on Facebook may recall the picture of my friend Jolly after just 6 minutes of this kind of thing. Normal electrical stimulation technology is interesting, but the tech we’re using is in another ballpark alltogether.  Jolly is a fairly lean guy already, so it is easy to see how fast he gets results. For those of you that haven’t seen the before and after photos:

A panel of 3 photos of A Jolly before and after biohacking with amazing abs

The 3 day conference is January 17th, 18th & 19th in 2013.  You will get two full days of hands-on coaching and biohacking led by Jay and his team of pro sports trainers who will use technology to literally rewire the way your brain and muscles communicate, plus another full day of Bulletproof training and lectures and guest lectures from experts in other biohacking fields like biofeedback, neurofeedback, Heart Rate Variability, and more.

We’ll have the Bulletproof Vibe on hand and some other, unreleased technologies for mind and body enhancement. Plus you get to hang with some of the world’s top biohackers for 3 days! You’ll find a Hollywood stuntman there, martial artists, CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, investors…and people like you. This is for high performance people of all walks, not pro athletes.

You’ll also get some incredible Bulletproof meals and share some insider knowledge that’s not on the website.

This is an opportunity to do more self-upgrades, experience more biohacking technology, and gain more knowledge from experts in 3 days than has ever been assembled in one place. I will personally be on hand the entire time for 1:1 sessions as available and to answer questions throughout.

The Bulletproof Conference costs $1950 per person and take place in San Francisco.  The conference is more than half sold out already, and it’s strictly limited to 50 people so that we can maximize your experience with the hands-on biohacking technology. The remaining seats will sell out quickly.

Warning: This is not for the faint of heart. You will sweat hard, you will push your limits, and you will see what your nervous system can really do. You will swear. But you will also walk away transformed and armed to continue the path of upgrading yourself.

EDIT:  Early Bird interest sign-up sheet closed at midnight PST 10/31/2012.  

General Registration is now open!

Click here to register now!

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By Dave Asprey

  • Gregory D

    Train by day, Joe rogan podcats by night….all day!

  • Sonia W

    Hope you come out to Australia/NZ with this in the next year too!

  • This sounds like my perfect holiday…shame I’m in the UK, maybe next year.

  • Christian M.

    It sounds amazing, but it’s just not in my college student budget. Can’t wait to read about it on your blog!

    • abright

      We have looked at space requirements and can add a limited number of people the third day, if you are in the area, it’d be great to meet you!

  • Adam Fiddler

    Hey Dave,

    So picture two was taken the same day after the electrostim stuff?

    -Adam

    • LOL, It’d help if Dave warned me before posting photos 😉 And yes, this is after about 4minutes of work, and picture two/three was taken after fifteen minutes of rest.

      • Jolly you said you were totally cool with it! 🙂

        • Oh, I’m totally fine with it, just amused that I learned it was up by a friend of mine on twitter asking if I was now moonlighting as a fitness model 😉

          Also, I have the full res/non facebook crappified photos if you want to use those instead.

  • KaleShake!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Faggot.

    • JohnnyBalzBlows

      Faggot? Do us all a favor and grow up SVP!

  • Bao

    Can you provide the full name of the guest? Jay?

  • Does the conference need any volunteers? At 6’10”, I’d be pretty easy to spot in a crowd if any attendees needed help 🙂 Either way, sounds like the most fun, ever

    • Dave Asprey

      I forwarded your info to my conference peeps!

      Sent from my nobile phone. You understand….

      • Awesome, thanks!

      • I’m only 5’10” (still tall for a female!), but have a shock of white hair up top so I’m also easy to spot, if you need more helpers!
        Jeanmarie

      • omg

        seriously

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  • Chris S

    Dave, what is the planned release date for your book? I can’t wait to purchase it!

    Keep up the great work on this site. Your info has been invaluable.
    -Chris

    • abright

      For his Better Baby Book it is at the end of January 2013

  • Derek P.

    Hi Dave, as an avid Bikram yoga practioner, I am highly intrigued and curious as to why you do not recommend this style of yoga. Your feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Dave!

    • Rod

      Hi Derek,

      I just used the search function and pulled up why he said it’s not recommended.

      “Many people over-stretch in yoga and forget or are not able to engage muscles at all times, even in the “softer” poses like forward fold. Yoga done without engaged muscles can hurt your movement patterns.”

      I hope this helps you and anyone else wondering.

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  • Sam Jansen

    Hi Dave , I would love to come over for this Biohacking conf in January but im travelling in Asia alas .We have a growing movement in Europe ,would you be interested in presenting here sometime end of next year .If yes lets discuss .Sam http;//www.thesmarterbrain.net

  • Did someone mention volunteers? I’m down and available.

    I’m dying for a new podcast or blog post.

    Also I’d like to talk to Armi about possibly getting some consulting.

  • Would love to make this, but its a no this time.

    Hope it goes well and there is another one soon

  • Noa

    Hello Dave,
    I wanted to know 1.)if it is OK to do the Bulletproof Diet while breastfeeding and 2.) if I will still lose weight?
    Thank you

    • daniel

      If you want to subject your child to environmental toxins found in anmal products.

  • Rod

    Will that insider info ever be public in a relavent time? =)

  • Tom

    Could this conference improve my drawing? It is a motor skill.

  • Psychonaut

    All of this information you provided both excites and depresses me.. It’s all geared solely to people of wealth. So now not only do the wealthy get wealthier but they get smarter and healthier. This should nicely expand the division of the supposed superior beings from the inferior. Three days for $2000? LOL.. Sucks to be a broke philosophy student!

    • daniel

      What your reading is fraud, the best things in life are cheap. The healthiest diet contains primarily legumes, grains, potatoes, fruits, vegetables. Look at the data of the traditional Okinawan or Kitavan (longest living hunter-gatherer) to know what I’m talking about.

      Vegan is the answer. Dave is another carnival barking huckster.

      • yugguth

        Okinawans eat tremendous amounts of pork

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  • omaharob

    I ordered some coffee last monday and some mct oil, anyone having issues getting a response back from these guys? I have sent them emails asking for a status and i get nothing.

    • abright

      omaharob– email me at alexis@bulletproofexec if you haven’t received an answer yet, with order number in the heading

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  • daniel

    All of you should just stop this nonsense. Dave is completely retarded to have missed the lipid hypothesis. Infact, I presume most of you reading this have never heard of that.

    • Steven
      • Dave Asprey

        The most excellent thing about the lipid hypothesis is how easy it is to disprove – in 30 days – for any biohackers willing to test it.

        • Lawrence Farnsworth

          You, a man with no medical training or credentials relevant to the study of atherosclerosis, claim that you can disprove a theory which, despite being held to scientific method since the 1850s, has remained a consensus among the world’s foremost medical researchers.

          Good luck….

        • Mansal

          Your numbers don’t lie, Lawrence. Technology can be used to track…Wow, what a concept!

        • Alpha Elite

          Your claim is irrelevant to the situation as new discoveries continuously disprove old ones. Experts constantly change the reality of the general consensus. Try to drop the undeserved superiority mindset and contribute something useful

          —-An actual PHD

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  • Zeke Gray

    They are talking about the POV Sport and ARPwave technologies and there are a number of clinics around the U.S and abroad who can introduce you to these protocols for a lot cheaper than $2000, and you could actually get treatment from a functional neurologist, which I don’t think any of them reach those qualifications. Might I recommend the guys at ARP Wave Austin in TX. http://www.arpwaveaustin.com

  • Matthew

    notice how the sikh in the photos has 2 necklaces on in the first picture, but then only 1 in the next two? also notice how his shoulders are much further back in the first photo… clearly posturing. oops, clearly not the same day. second pic is after few weeks/months of working out/slimming down. third is simple flexing/pose. $2000? snake oil extraordinaire; good information (diet etc…) with some misinformation for profit (whatever device he claims does that in 6 minutes, earthing mat, some products he sells, etc…)

  • leogodin217

    Would this treatment be similar to what Justin Marchegiani does?

  • Kathleen

    I am signed up for the full three-day conference, but would like to attend Saturday only. Is there anyone who is signed up for Saturday only who would like to attend all three days?

  • EvoCamps

    Biohackers who missed the conference or want more, Jay Schroeder Evo Ultrafit webinar: Nervous System Training for Elite Performance, March 7. More info: http://www.facebook.com/EvoCamps

  • Chris

    Hey Dave, can you post something about this conference? I heard podcast 35, and I’m curious to hear more about this secretive technology

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