Woke to the news that my friend and mentor David Clark has died. I would not be where I am today without his inspiration and support.
My heart breaks for his children.
We are ALL Superman.
Rest In Power my brother
This podcast was recorded Thursday April 4th 2019 and originally released on Episode 40
To help with David's funeral expenses, Mishka Shubaly, Josh LaJaunie and Rich Roll have set up the below Gofundme page. If David...
Host Ian Lawton connects with the legendary Josh LaJaunie on this episode of Workshed Podcast.
Josh is a former morbidly obese Louisiana native turned plant fueled ultra-athlete.
He is the author of two books, Sick to Fit and Use the Weight To Lose The Weight (both co-authored by former Workshed alumnus Howard Jacobson (see episode 50)) but more importantly he is a public speaker, who openly shares his transformation story and as ...
Host Ian Lawton reads from his essay that was published in the latest issue of Moments Magazine.
Moments is a publication of A Little Lifetime Foundation, a charitable organisation that offers services to bereaved parents.
Ian is a regular attendee of the bereaved father's group hosted by A Little Lifetime.
On his website www.runningforhank.com, Ian has been raising funds for this organisation through his running.
In this episode host, Ian Lawton shares the recording of a personal coaching session he had with none other than Howard Jacobson, PhD.
Howard has co-authored some of the most influential books on evidence-based nutrition available today. Including Protienaholic with Dr Garth Davis, MD. & Whole with T. Colin Campbell, PhD. along with Sick to Fit with Josh LaJaunie.
Howard is also the host of the Plant Yourself Podcast.
For this ...
In this episode host, Ian Lawton connects with Ultra Athlete Keith Russell.
An intimate conversation between two bereaved fathers who have found solace and insight, in the simple act of running.
Keith is currently in training for the infamous Marathon Des Sables considered to be the toughest footrace on earth.
If you wish to support Keith in honouring his daughter Alanna visit:
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The stars at night! Are big and bright! Deep in the heart of Texas!
Episode 47 and Earl Ray Martin shares his incredible story of recovery from multiple heart attacks resulting in triple bypass surgery to embracing a whole food plant based lifestyle to running long distance races including the Leadville Heavy Half as a former meat lovin' Texan in his mid sixties determined to live till 110! Phew!
He's quite a guy and a wond...
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Host Ian Lawton and author Mary McGrath discuss how one may experience grief without the trappings of religion. Mary is the author of Grieving Without Gods, contributes to Moments Magazine and volunteers at A Little Lifetime Foundation.
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Host Ian Lawton speaks with Peter Hanlon a Bereavement Therapist from A Little Lifetime Foundation in a podcast that was never intended to be a podcast. This episode is the rescued audio from an interview conducted for a documentary where the footage is unfortunately unusable.
Ian and Peter speak openly and honestly about infant loss from the point of view of the father.
If you are effected in any way by this episode, please do no...
Host Ian Lawton connects with Buddhist Recovery Teacher Vince Cullen as they discuss Vince's colourful history in how he became connected to the world of Buddhism as a form of recovery from addiction.
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The Forgiveness Workbook mentioned on the show.
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Freeform update from host Ian Lawton on his dramatic weight loss, one year later.
A rough unproduced, unedited, off the cuff 30 minute catch up on the last year. (and why there hasn't been a podcast for the last two months.)
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Host Ian Lawton connects with Filmmaker, documentarian and ultra runner Jason Cohen to discuss documenting the incredible story of the human ability to adapt, change and endure.
What is it with the compulsion of those who have lost extreme amounts of weight to run extreme distances?
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Host Ian Lawton connects with ultra athlete and bestselling author David Clark in a raw, open, emotionally charged conversation about conquering obesity and the essence of what it means to be human.
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In this episode host Ian Lawton sits down for a lengthy conversation with Barry Drennan the 2016 Winner of the Kerry Way Ultra. The insane 200km Ultra Run held every year in the beautiful south eastern peak of this island.
Barry goes into detail in how he found his way into the sport of Ultra Running and in turn imparts some genuinely sound advice for anyone finding their feet as a runner in their advancing years.
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In this episode host Ian Lawton visits the home of film historian and author Wayne Byrne to discuss is new book The cinema of Tom DiCillo | Include Me Out.
It's a lengthy episode but please do strap in if you have any interest in an engrossing conversation of film appreciation, VHS culture, Tony Scott, Masters of the Universe, Burt Reynolds and of course Tom DiCillo!
Find Wayne on Twitter: @DiCilloBook
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In order to advance, one must retreat. And in this case, back to January 2015. A conversation I had with Robert Holt that ended up on the cutting room floor. An embarrassing tale of frustration. Considering what has changed in the past 4 years, it's time to share.
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