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Zestology: Live with energy, vitality and motivation

Sky Sports presenter and author Tony Wrighton goes on a podcast journey to find more energy, vitality and motivation. Packed full of awesome guests, fun biohacking gadgets, supercharged supplements and some of the most respected and well-known experts on the planet. Get inspired, motivated and healthy, and come and join Tony on his zesty journey. New to Zestology? Look for the 🍊 for some fave episodes.
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Now displaying: October, 2016
Oct 30, 2016

So I was in California recently. I got to record a few podcasts, not least with Zestology regular The Life Stylist Luke Storey.

Here's what happened when we went to the beach in Santa Barbara and recorded a podcast, joined by our good mate Ryan Carter.

Includes: 

A simple hack to make your fridge totally awesome. (Don't pretend you're not intrigued by this!)

Luke Storey is well known as a stylist, appearing regularly on MTV and VH1 and working with top names like Kanye West, Marilyn Manson, Foo Fighters, Kim Kardashian and many more. But he's also a biohacker, experimenter, coach and he is now becoming as famous for this as for his styling work. 

So as always, there was a lot to talk about.

Oct 28, 2016

Next time on Zestology:

I am roadtripping, biohacking, and experimenting in California.

And on our roadtrip, I got to record a few podcasts, not least with Zestology regular The Life Stylist Luke Storey.

Includes: 

  • The benefits of (naked!) sun exposure
  • How to feel ten years younger 
  • A simple hack to make your fridge totally awesome.

That's next time on Zestology

 

Oct 23, 2016

Hacking jet lag, sleep quality and (yes) hangovers at the Bulletproof Biohacking Conference #86

You are in the right place for the most innovative, unusual and downright crazy hacks for better performance.

Today we are hacking

  1. Jet lag
  2. Sleep quality
  3. Alcohol (and hangovers)

We are in LA for the Bulletproof Biohacking Conference. Some of the world's top biohackers all in one place. And we organised a pre-conference Zestology podcast party, where I got to ask some of the world's best how to hack their energy, vitality and motivation levels.

The weekend was an awesome chance to try out some interesting, unusual, and downright crazy hacks for energy. If you are interested in some of the stuff in the pics, and a lot more, listen on.

Also. This podcast features an in-depth look at no hangover wine.

There are more biohacking pics on the site - tonywrighton.com/zestology

Oct 21, 2016

Next time on Zestology:

This podcast was recorded live on the scene in LA, at the Bulletproof Biohacking Conference. Together with the Bulletproof UK crew, we organised a pre-conference Zestology podcast party, where I got to ask some of the world's best how to hack their energy, vitality and motivation levels.

Includes hacking

  • Alcohol
  • Jet lag
  • Sleep

That's next time on Zestology

Oct 16, 2016

Uri Geller has had an astonishing amount of press and publicity over the years. He's been on primetime TV and front page news for bending spoons, paranormal experiments, influencing football matches, being best mates with Michael Jackson and all sorts of other psychic shenanigans.

Now he speaks at huge consciousness conferences and energy events around the world. Hmmm - energy - well, that got me thinking about getting him on Zestology.

I first interviewed Uri 16 years ago when I was a radio presenter on Atlantic 252. I spoke to him a few times over the years, but we'd lost touch until I contacted him recently and asked him to come on the podcast.

This might be one of the more controversial podcasts I've recorded so far. Why? Well, because it's Uri really. Some love him and some don't. But prepare for a fascinating, interesting and fun journey on Zestology today. If you're sceptical about Uri, that's cool, rest assured I ask him about all the negative publicity he's received over the years. I don't let him off lightly.

And then, after that, it's time for a little experiment. And... guess what, it turns out Uri still bends spoons. So grab a spoon, and get listening to the wonderful Uri Geller on Zestology.

Oct 14, 2016

Next time on Zestology:

Uri Geller has been in the public eye for decades. Now he speaks at huge consciousness conferences and energy events around the world. Hmmm - energy - well, that got me thinking about getting him on Zestology. And... guess what, it turns out Uri still bends spoons. So grab a spoon, and get listening to the wonderful Uri Geller on Zestology, next time.

Oct 9, 2016

Recently, I've been enjoying going back and inviting some of the very best Zestology guests on again to catch up and see what they've been up to since the last time.

Derek Loudermilk has been up to some serious adventures (scroll down for pics). And that's cool, because he hosts The Art of Adventure podcast. In fact I was on Derek's podcast previously... episode 43 if you want to check that out.

Coming up:

  • How to use adventure to make better decisions,
  • How to listen to your animal body,
  • The way to use state management
  • And why becoming a super connector might be a good idea.

This podcast is brought to you by Bulletproof Coffee and supplements. Bulletproof is for anyone that wants to perform better, and features supplements and products based on 20 years of mind and body performance research. I use Bulletproof - all the time - and I've sorted a 10% discount for Zestology listeners. Simply use the code ZESTOLOGY at checkout. (Code works in both US and UK/Europe stores).

Oct 7, 2016

Next time on Zestology:

Adventurer Derek Loudermilk is back, and you'll hear:

  • How to use adventure to make better decisions,
  • How to listen to your animal body,
  • The way to use state management
  • And why becoming a super connector might be a good idea.
Oct 2, 2016

How to improve your focus with leading performance coach Karl Morris #83

According to scientists, we are surrounded by so much technology these days, even a goldfish can now focus on something for longer than a human.

Researchers surveyed 2,000 participants, and the results showed the average human attention span has fallen from 12 seconds in 2000, or around the time the mobile revolution began, to eight seconds.

Goldfish, meanwhile, are believed to have an attention span of nine seconds.

Yeh, we need to do something about this.

When I spoke to my friend Karl Morris on Zestology a while back, it got a big response. He's a leading performance coach in the world of sport and kind of a big deal (though he'd be far too modest to admit that himself).

Last time we looked at designing a good day, and asked the question, 'What does a good day look like'.

So we've gone in for more good days, more staying in the present and more what Karl calls Neutral Thinking.  It all adds up to improving your focus and attention.

How will this podcast help you? You'll get tips on staying in the moment, and improving your attention and focus.

And we look at mindset too. Not positive thinking (which can be unrealistic), not negative thinking (which is just meh), but Neutral Thinking, which is more based on being optimistic but realistic at the same time.

This podcast is brought to you by Bulletproof Coffee and supplements. Bulletproof is for anyone that wants to perform better, and features supplements and products based on 20 years of mind and body performance research. I use Bulletproof - all the time - and I've sorted a 10% discount for Zestology listeners. Simply use the code ZESTOLOGY at checkout.

 

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