Nov 13, 2017
Thaddeus Owen - Biohacking with Primal Hacker - Part 1 of 2
Thaddeus began his journey
outdoors, camping and fishing as a boy in the Adirondacks and
Central NY forests. After a decade spent developing pharmaceutical
products, he just couldn’t face another day adding terrible
ingredients like high fructose corn syrup and numerous red dyes
into children’s medicine. He shifted gears and engineered a
successful work from home assignment following Tim Ferriss’s 4 Hour
Workweek. From there, he was able to find a way to incorporate more
movement, nature and sunshine into his work
After learning about biohacking from the man who coined the term, Dave Asprey, Thaddeus healed his own anxiety, lowered his blood pressure and fixed his sleeplessness using biohacking, PrimalHacking and Qigong. He spends his free time experimenting on himself in hopes of helping others on their journey. He writes about his experiments on PrimalHacker.com. He also spends time with his two boys learning martial arts, shooting arrows at targets and hiking.
Thaddeus is a certified Bulletproof Coach from the first ever class of coaches, holds a personal training certification, nutrition certification, Master’s degree in Holistic Nutrition and studied Chemical Engineering a long time ago.
“The Truth is that you need to first address your disconnection with the natural world before you begin biohacking with devices, technology and supplements”.– Thaddeus Owen
In This Episode, You Will Learn:
Muscles only do what they’re commanded to do by the neurological signals that feed them. You’re retraining the brain over the muscles.
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