About The Ready State
We live in a world of extraordinary human physical achievement. More people today are fitter, stronger, faster, and pushing their physical limits than at any time in history. And yet, we are still often bewildered by many of the most fundamental questions relating to our physicality.
What constitutes the peak of physical well-being and how do we get there? Should men and women train differently? Where should the limits of performance enhancement be drawn? How does physical fitness really affect our mental state? What should we eat? These are questions not just about physical fitness, but questions for our time.
As hosts of The Ready State, Dr. Kelly Starrett and Juliet Starrett, bestselling authors and luminaries in the health and fitness world, will guide you on an intellectual adventure to find answers to these questions and many more. They will engage top athletes, entrepreneurs, academics, and scientists in conversation, sharing theories and stories about human capacity and self-actualization. The goal: to help us all more fully realize our talents and skills, and explore what it means to be human in the 21st century.
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Season 3 of The Ready State is here and it's all about KIDS! We wanted to understand how we can raise happy, healthy, well-adjusted kids without mucking it up. We talk extensively about nutrition, fitness, sleep, the current state of childhood obesity, sports specialization, what we are doing right, and what we are getting wrong. Our goal was to provide parents with tons of practical advice and takeaways that are both actionable and reasonable. Check out these fascinating conversations with Mark Verstegen of EXOS, John O'Sullivan, Dr. Jose Greenspon, Dr. Stacy Sims, Gray Cook, Dr. Mark Benden, Katie Wells, and Nic Gill of the All Blacks.
Season 2 of The Ready State is all about PAIN! Pain is a universal experience and we wanted to understand more about how it works, the role that the brain plays, and how we can shift our relationship with pain. We spoke with athletes, scientists, filmmakers, and writers to help conceptualize the very complex and subjective nature of pain. Check out Season 2 for our chats with Georges St-Pierre, Chris Bell, Laird Hamilton, Amelia Boone, Sue Falsone, Dr. Stu McGill, Dr. Andrew Huberman, and Dr. Alex Hutchinson.
In this season of The Ready State, we cover the current state of genetics in episodes 1 and 2, focus on training kids in episodes 3, 4, and 5, talk about being fear-adapted in episode 6, then finish up with nutrition in episodes 7 and 8.