Episode Number: 601
Episode Guest: Katy Bowman
Original Airdate: January 14, 2015
Episode Sponsors: Trunk Club, DraftKings, Onnit
Topics Discussed: Living in Washington; living off the land; drought; California power outage; cool small towns; salmon; people deforming; captive orca whales and their fins; sitting and posture; eyesight; looking far distances; sitting on thick wallets; back problems; posture; being healthy in modern society; shoes; MBT shoes; toe shoes; being barefoot; artificial limbs; walking; importance of walking; animals in zoos; walking up hills; cross training hands; carrying things; not owning a stroller; changing your dominant side; changing the shape of bones; flexibility; instant gratification; electromagnetic fields; cell phones; wireless signals; trees; pellet grills; world’s oldest tree; Alaska; diffusion of responsibility; community; world’s largest city; prepping; finding food; four-day work week; working 24/7; sitting on the floor; not owning a couch; walking as a filter for the body; forest school for her kids; movement vs. exercise; furniture; sleeping on the floor without a bed or a pillow; no bed works like deep tissue massage; not vaccinating her kids; breast feeding; measles; food; kids getting sick; her diet; forest school; water birth; narrow hips; training muscles for childbirth; eating the placenta; toilet squatting; Squatty Potty toilet stool; beneficial technologies; driving; exercise; cardio; criticism; vaccines; online negativity.
My Thoughts: At a certain point you get the feeling Joe says to himself “oh, this girl is crazy” and that’s when this podcast gets a little more entertaining than what came before it. Pretty dry up until that point. I also think this is the first episode where you can clearly tell that Joe is reading questions that he has prepared in advance.
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