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Relax and Conquer Radio

Relax and Conquer Radio hosted by Brad Davidson and Ruth Anderson Horrell will guide you through real world proven strategies to Reset and Optimize your Metabolism giving you limitless energy. Exercise strategies to build a body that breeds the confidence, strength, and stamina to live life aggressively while maintaining a resiliency to stress, and lifestyle strategies to produce balance allowing you to experience joy and fulfillment while avoiding the fatigue and overwhelm that plagues so many high achievers today.
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Aug 23, 2016

In episode 2 of Relax and Conquer Radio Brad and Ruth explore the world of Caffeine.  They talk about everything from using Caffeine for enhanced physical and cognitive performance to abusing Caffeine and wiping out your adrenal glands.  Whether you are a world class athlete, a high powered business executive, or a fitness enthusiast you will learn strategies on how to use caffeine for improving your health, optimizing your performance, or improving your mood. You will also learn the signs for when it's time to take a break from the Java.  Enjoy a cup of Joe while listening to this conversation around our world's favorite stimulant.  

 

RUTH ANDERSON HORRELL

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BRAD DAVIDSON

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1 Comments
  • almost two years ago
    Derek Parkes
    Nice talk! With coffee, I wonder if when I loose the ability to 'take it or leave it', when I start wanting more and more, then feeling I need it, maybe that is when I should acknowledge my pleasure has once more become a drug. Perhaps I need to ignore the justifying stories and stop until I genuinely could take it or leave it again? Incidentally, If you find some good research could you post it up please?
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