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Stefan Heck & John Cullen

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Twitter Genius/Idiot Stefan Heck and comedian John Cullen invite guests on the program to talk about the who and the how of getting blocked on social media. From celebrities to jilted ex-lovers, every block has a story and we’re here to get to the bottom of it.
 
The Live Long and Master Aging (LLAMA) podcast is a weekly series of extended, one-to-one interviews, about human longevity. Hosted by Peter Bowes, leading scientists share their latest research into living a long and healthy life. We delve into the clinical trials and challenge new ideas. We also feature some remarkable people who have already mastered the art of aging. Hear about their insights into growing old, without feeling old, and the secrets of their longevity.
 
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One of our most requested guests, Dave Weigel (Washington Post) is finally able to make an appearance on our show after getting the approval from the higher-ups, and it does not disappoint. Despite writing about politics and all the blocks that come with that, we dig into one of Dave's weirder blocks: Amy Schumer, who blocked him for saying Trainwr…
 
Achieving a great age, with good health and vitality, is at the heart of everything we discuss on this podcast. But who are we, as human beings? What is our purpose and what is the difference between getting old and growing old? Richard Leider, founder of Inventure – The Purpose Company, is one of America’s preeminent executive-life coaches. He has…
 
Matt Wright (comedian) joins us for a landmark recording, as it's the earliest recording we have ever done! With Stefan out of town next weekend, the Blocked Boys were forced to record at 9 am, with some predictably delirious results. Matt gets blocked by an "Open Mic Cabaret" after a joke about cheap wine, and that sits couched in some great discu…
 
To maintain mental and physical vitality, the status of the most basic building blocks of our bodies is all important. There has been an explosion in research relating to cellular health and the measures we can take to nurture their wellbeing. Greg Macpherson is a biotechnologist, pharmacist and the author of Harnessing the Nine Hallmarks of Aging:…
 
Justine Stafford (comedian) joins the show as our first-ever Irish guest and teaches us that no matter what side of the Atlantic you're on, there will still be weird feet guys in your DMs! She gets the episode started off with a weird request and the energy only goes on from there as we go into dairy farming, small-town Ireland, Irish candy, partyi…
 
John Semley (writer) joins us to throw another Steven Crowder block onto the scrap heap as we wax nostalgic for childhood candy, lunch items, and crushes. John also enjoys having a fellow John on the show and we get into getting mistaken for Jons and Jonathans and John Semley tells about his brief foray into being a Jack. Plus, Stefan digs into the…
 
As we grow older, frailty becomes an issue due to declining muscle strength. For athletes, muscle fatigue can be a huge challenge at any age, but there is scientific evidence that nutritional interventions can slow down or reverse the process. The LLAMA podcast has previously covered the science behind muscular health and the potential benefits of …
 
Rax King (writer) introduces us to the world of SantaCon, something that sounds joyous but is in actuality, very grim and bad. Her fateful day trip into NYC during SantaCon leads to a block as the dark side of the internet sees fit to get involved. The rest of the episode is pretty light though, as we celebrate John's birthday! Recorded the day of …
 
Amy Goodmurphy (comedian/actor) gets fooled by the Blocked Boys into thinking they're wholesome, as the episode starts with some very pleasant conversation about acting in commercials, chocolates, and Christmas. But it quickly devolves as Amy herself takes it off the deep end with a story about some illicit messages her friend received and we get i…
 
Regular exercise is key pillar of healthy longevity. But which activities really make a difference – running, walking, a gym class, yoga, weightlifting? Does it have to involve breaking into a sweat, or ten thousand steps, to do any good? Some health practitioners have taken to advocating daily movement over traditional exercise. Stefan Zavalin is …
 
Jesse Farrar (Your Kickstarter Sucks) returns to the show fresh off of doing a Go Off Kings stream with Stefan and that vibe permeates throughout the show as it starts chaotic and keeps that feel all the way through to the end. Jesse finds a block from the lady who did that very weird calf cramp tweet and John lets Jesse and Stefan try their hands …
 
Wearable technology has evolved at a pace recently, making it possible to better understand how our bodies respond to food and exercise. A continuous glucose monitor (CGM) device provides real-time feedback, tracking blood sugar levels throughout the day and night. LLAMA host Peter Bowes has been wearing a CGM to learn more about my metabolism. It …
 
Aiden Arata (writer, content creator) joins us to discuss a time that a combination birthday party went awry as one guest in particular got very possessive over the leftovers. The rest of the episode is all content that's never been reheated though, as the Blocked Boys get into Lindsay Lohan's beach club, sparkling water, movie novelizations, MLB's…
 
Real-time information about how our bodies respond to food and exercise is transforming preventative healthcare. Wearable technology provides immediate feedback during a workout and can collate and interpret complex data based on our food choices. One of the deepest dives into the inner workings of our metabolism is achieved through continuous gluc…
 
Tony Hawk (legend) joins the show to fulfill John's dream and to talk about the time that the International Olympic Committee booted him off the Park Course and then the time right after that when he got home from Tokyo and got blocked by NBC for doing his own commentary on their content. Before all that, we reminisce about how Tony's appearance on…
 
It's often the little things that help us most. Enhancing our wellbeing and living better usually starts with baby steps. Small changes - you could call them lifestyle hacks - can make a big difference to both our physical and mental health. In our latest LLAMA LIVE! conversation, via @TwitterSpaces, we discussed the ways we can kickstart a healthi…
 
Dr. Jonathon Sullivan has spent much of his professional life treating patients on the brink of death. Working at a Level I trauma center he became familiar with medical conditions that claim lives far too early. But emergency medicine also helped the former US marine develop a deeper understanding of the human body and the reasons people get sick …
 
Our good friend The Zubes (Wrestling Brain, Sportsfeld) joins the show to talk about being blocked by a former Major League Baseball player, who he then works with in sports media and gets unblocked by, who he then finds out is dating a very terrible person and wishes he was still blocked. It's a whole range of emotions this week on BP and we are h…
 
Healthspan - what is it and why is it important? This is our second LLAMA LIVE! - a Twitter Spaces conversation about human longevity. Host Peter Bowes chats with Dr. Jonathan Sullivan, owner and Clinical Director, Greysteel Strength and Conditioning Stefan Zavalin, a doctor of physical therapy and owner of Love to Move, a consulting company which …
 
Juliana Rodrigues (comedian) joins the show to discuss how an older guy who works at a comedy venue has an extremely strange Instagram account that only shows his workplace injuries and bad pictures of his food, leading Juliana to block him. Of course, Stefan loves it. With John and Stefan just returned from their fantasy hockey boys' trip, they gi…
 
This is our first LLAMA LIVE! episode - a Twitter Spaces conversation about human longevity, healthspan and lessons learned from Covid-19. Dr. Felice Gersh, an integrative medicine specialist, based in Irvine, California, joined Peter Bowes for a live discussion, earlier today. The conversation, published here as a podcast, covers children and Covi…
 
Mineral deficiencies can have a crippling impact on our everyday health and vitality, as well as long term implications for healthspan. The food we eat and the environments we live in, play a critical role in maintaining a delicate balance of chemicals that sustain life. But even the most ideal-sounding diet can fall short of providing an essential…
 
Clare Belford (comedian) returns to the show and she's got a new view on life where she doesn't want to hear about your weight loss program, your diet, your latest fad, or just your weight in general. And she's got a block for that! We discuss how COVID has distorted everyone's view of their own bodies and it gets a bit real but it gets very nice t…
 
Nathan Hare (comedian) joins the show to tell us of the time that an innocent joke about Subway went sideways and he got blocked by one of the world's largest fast food chains. Most things on this episode go sideways as a discussion about fancy juice leads to speculation on what would have to happen for us to wear a diaper, which of course leads to…
 
Developing a health strategy to navigate the decades ahead can be a daunting task. In fact, many people focus on their wellbeing only when ill health strikes and an intervention is needed to tackle sickness. Jim LaValle, a California-based clinical pharmacist, health educator and the author of Cracking the Metabolic Code: 9 Keys to Optimal Health, …
 
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