Tooth chats with Dr. Lenny about the mental game as it pertains to training and competition.
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Tooth chats with pro surfer Eli Olson who was recently nominated for a Big Wave Paddle Award for paddling into a massive wave at Jaws, a spot previously only surfed by towing in with jetskis.
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Tooth talks with the Cal State Fullerton physiology researcher about training, recovery, genetic freaks and the near future of gene modifications as it relates to sports performance.
Tooth talks with filmmaker Roddy Tabatabai about identifying mental constructs from our childhoods, and overcoming the limitations inherent in those constructs. Roddy is a principal with Change for Balance, a film production company focused on spurring positive change.
Tooth chats with Mrs. Tooth about diet, raising kids to eat healthy, and the importance of routine in establishing effective eating patterns.
Tooth and Uncle Creepy chat about training, the parallels between the life of a writer and a fighter, and why Tooth left the reality show, "Looking for a Fight."
First up Tooth & MMA trainer Anthony Gonzalez break down the four fight cards for the UFC 200 extravaganza: Brock Lesnar, Mark Hunt, Meisha Tate, Joe Lauzon, Diego Sanchez, TJ Dillashaw, etc, etc!
Rafa and Tooth talk intense training, mastering the Mushin Mind, and dealing with extreme setbacks leading up to competition. Rafa recently won his 6th world title, cementing his place as the greatest featherweight competitor in Jiu Jitsu history.
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Tooth continues his chat with Eddie, picking up with Bravo's infamous 2003 ADCC victory over Royler Gracie, commentating for the UFC, launching the 10th Planet schools, and EBI (the Eddie Bravo Invitational).
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Tooth chats with Eddie in his Van Nuys music studio wherein they delve into Eddie's strange path from metal music to DJ'ing at a strip club to geeking out on boxing and finally discovering Jiu Jitsu after UFC #2, which led to his training under Jean Jacques Machado and winning the 2003 ADCC trials!
Next week's Part 2 picks up with Eddie's infamous 2003 ADCC victory over Royler Gracie, so listen for both.
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Tooth chats with Jason about his roller coaster journey from amateur and professional boxing to career-ending injuries that left him reeling, then back to the top coaching fighters such as BJ Penn, Cyborg, and now Mike Bisping to World MMA Titles.
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Tooth and Bear geek out and breakdown the brackets for each division of next week's World Jiu Jitsu tournament. * For only the most geeked out BJJ fans :-)))
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Tooth sits with professional beach volleyball player Casey Jennings. The talk ranges from competing at the elite level for sixteen years, the joys and difficulties of being married to the most dominant female in the sport (3x Olympic Gold medalist Kerri Walsh Jennings), and teaching inner city students how to meditate.
TV Writer drops into the garage and talks with Tooth about his unorthodox career and also spending his vacation in a Syrian refugee camp, which resulted in an amazing piece in the Los Angeles Times.
Tooth chats with Richie Vas about Richie's history as a Bra Boy, surfing waves so hellish they defy description, fighting in the UFC, and his gig co-hosting a TV show in Australia. This episode is sponsored by www.kimerakoffee.com and t-shirts available at www.nickthetooth.com
Tooth drops by the Venice Beach loft of the team that developed the world's first Virtual Reality Acid Trip, and once there he plugs into the Matrix and experiences the unfolding future, coming soon to your living room! An awesome chat about VR, AR, and whether life is actually a computer simulation. For more info on their cutting-edge work visit www.masterofshapes.com. This episode is brought to you by Kimera Koffee. www.kimerakoffee.com
Tooth sits with Craig and talks about his book, 'The New Prime.' They discuss increasing performance, naturally upping Testosterone, the dangers of Estrogen, and insights into Craig's investment criteria. This episode is sponsored by Kimera Koffee... and Nick the Tooth custom t-shirts! Available at www.nickthetooth.com
Nick Curson puts Tooth through an unorthodox challenging workout then they chat about how Curson has helped so many athletes reach the pinnacle of their respective fields. From Rafael Dos Anjos (current UFC Lightweight champion) to Aaron Pico (Olympic wrestler) to basketball and football players.
Armen has served as the source of countless stories, particularly a Fightland piece Tooth wrote on DIY Surgery. The old friends trade tales and shit gets real.
Tooth answers questions and breaks down the diet that he used to lose 40 pounds and keep it off for seven years and counting.
In celebration of the 2016 Pan Am Jits Tournament Nick chats with Jon Tuck UFC fighter and grappling phenom. Nick also talks about the hilarity of getting TAZED on Looking for a Fight, and the limited edition Tooth t-shirts!!!
A two-part episode, the first featuring Jason Parillo wrapping up the shocking upsets at UFC. How/why Nate Diaz beat Conor McGregor + Meisha Tate's submission win over Holly Holm. In the second part of the episode we chat with MMA broadcaster TJ Desantis about life behind the microphone and weight loss.
Great chat with renowned UFC referee Herb Dean, wherein we chat about his lifelong devotion to martial arts, the exotic locales he's visited by way of MMA, the international rise of the sport, and Fight Formula, the non-IV rehydration drink that he's launching with former MMA fighter, Savant Young.
Incredible hang with Kenny wherein we talk about what is the ego, and how do we banish it and get real. We explore why fighters, and people in general, think the facade protects them, but how it actually hinders personal and professional growth.
An amazing podcast with one of the founders of Tapout! Like or dislike the brand, this incredibly emotional episode chronicles the journey of three friends who hooked their wagon to the new 'sport' of MMA, and the wild times and the millions of dollars that followed... until the leader of their crew, Charles 'Mask' Lewis, died in a tragic car accident. That's when the drama really started. Buckle up.