May 20, 2020
Have you ever horribly messed up and felt like you couldn’t turn back from your mistake? I mean, that colossal, EPIC f*%ck up that changed EVERYTHING?! Well, insert Micah Kearns, the Chapter Founder of F*%ckup Nights in Sacramento, CA. Evan and Guest Co-host Chady Dunmore sit down with Micah to talk about what it means to embrace failure and how our struggles should be used as a stepping stone for growth and success. This is a HILARIOUS episode you don't want to miss!
Featuring: Evan DeMarco, Chady Dunmore, David Garibaldi, Janna Breslin in spirit and Micah Kearns.
May 13, 2020
Janna Breslin and Evan DeMarco head to The Downtown Aquarium in Denver, Colorado where they interview Shane Taylor, GM of A-1 Scuba & Travel Aquatics Center and Wendie Murray, Dive Operations Manager of the Denver Downtown Aquarium.
Check out this interview where they discuss the TRUTH about sharks, Janna gets scuba certified and more!
April 29, 2020
Life to the Max heads to Boulder, CO to interview David Oakley, the creator of WAVi. The team discusses brain scans, brain health and how to really improve your brain in a month.
Janna and Evan get their brain scanned and discuss their results with this genius, a neutrino astrophysicist by training, who tells LTM that he started the company as a midlife crisis.
Sadly, a portion of the interview was spent discussing the trip to Costa Rica where LTM would be filming the ayahuasca experience of vets with PTSD to see how they responded. The first ever objective test on ayahuasca using WAVi have been a groundbreaking trial on how the brain responds to plant medicine. That trip was put on hold due to the Corona Virus outbreak but we look forward to resuming that conversation and sharing the results with you all.
Enjoy the show!
April 22, 2020
It’s hard to discuss the business of dietary supplements without acknowledging the contribution that Loren Israelsen has made. Join us for a candid conversation about his role in shaping the supplement industry and how he has set his sights on the very controversial topic of CBD.
April 15, 2020
Travis Ricks concludes the three part series for the Challenged Athlete Foundation. After talking to CAF founder Bob Babbitt and adaptive athlete Liv Stone, Janna Breslin and Evan DeMarco join Travis Ricks at the Challenged Athlete Foundation Corporate office in San Diego for a facility tour of this incredible organization and a great conclusion to the epic trilogy of CAF and their far reaching positive impact on the world.
April 8, 2020
Mike Bledsoe joins Janna and Evan in beautiful La Jolla to discuss plant medicine, nihilism, his divorce and why he is channeling a pyramid. Like Mike, this conversation is unique and diverse and something you don’t want to miss.
Sadly, this episode was supposed to be a two part interview where we were going to reconnect with Mike in Costa Rica while supporting Healing our Heroes as we helped Vets with PTSD experience plant medicine. Corona has postponed those plans but we hope to be back with you with the exciting conclusion of the Bledsoe interview as soon as the world returns to normal.
April 1, 2020
John Wayne Walding was born on the Fourth of July sounds like a fictional hero from a movie or book. Turns out, John Wayne Walding, born on the fourth of July, is every bit the real-life hero we could only imagine from some incredible work of fiction.
Janna and Evan join John Wayne Walding as he recounts the harrowing tale of The Battle of Shok Valley where he lost his leg to sniper fire. He discusses his recovery from addicting pain meds and how this hero now devotes his time and resources to help first responders. The crew even gets to fire off a couple of rounds with him at the shooting range in Texas. This is one episode you do NOT want to miss.
March 25, 2020
In Janna and Evan's FIRST ever podcast, they chat with Chase Chewning. Janna and Evan talk to Chase about his military career, how he almost died and how 'ever forward’ went from being a family motto to one man's crusade to show the world what is possible.
March 18, 2020
Want to be inspired? Janna and Evan interview adaptive surfing champion Liv Stone. We discuss the challenges and hurdles of being a high school girl with a limb difference (that means she has short arms), and why this amazing teenager moved her family across the country to pursue her passion of surfing. Don’t miss this incredibly inspirational episode!
March 11, 2020
What do snowflakes, mediation in a yurt and jokes about a one-armed man have to do with each other? The answer is Mo! At the convergence of these seemingly random things is Mo Brossette, trainer at the Adaptive Training Facility in Dallas, Texas. What does it take to get someone doing a 40-inch box jump only months after losing their leg to a motorcycle accident? Listen in as we talk to Mo Brossette about the power of mediation, breathing and why the "feel sorry for yourself" box is so small.