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We believe that every human being is designed to be extraordinary. That means you reading this right now… yes you! Have you ever been scared about the health of a loved one, or about the health of your children? Have you ever felt hopeless about your health and wondered… “I’ve been doing everything they have told me to do… why am I not healthier”? If you are at all interested in health, life, success, and happiness, this podcast is for you. Dr. Jamie Richards and Dr. Kresimir Jug never shy a ...
 
60/20: The Election of 1960 and its Echoes Today This special eight-part audio documentary, from the team who brings you the JFK35 podcast, will tell the story of the Kennedy campaign and how it has influenced American campaigns since. The series features historians, political operatives, journalists, and more as it covers the campaign from the primaries through Election Night, highlighting key moments and lesser-known stories in the race leading up to the final vote. JFK35 The Podcast: John ...
 
Grizabella was the wrong cat to die. After seeing CATS the Musical for the first time in July of 2016, podcast host Mike Abrams was filled with a whirlwind of emotions. He was amused, confused, and a little angry. Almost exactly three years later when the 2019 CATS movie trailer came out, Mike had enough. It was time to speak his truth – Grizabella was the wrong Cat to Die at the Jellicle Ball. In this podcast, Mike interviews CATS cast members, CATS superfans, CATS haters, and explores the ...
 
Thomas Alan Waits (Pomona, California, 7 de diciembre de 1949), más conocido como Tom Waits, es un músico, cantante, compositor y actorestadounidense, famoso por sus canciones de tono áspero, inspiradas en escritores como Charles Bukowski y algunos de la generación beat, en especial Jack Kerouac. Waits tiene una voz distintiva, descrita por el crítico musical Daniel Durchholz como «si hubiese sido sumergida en un depósito de bourbon, ahumada durante unos meses, y luego llevada afuera y aplas ...
 
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This episode features Adam Richardson who played Old Deuteronomy on the CATS National Tour. Adam shares his strong opinion on why Victoria shouldn't be the first one to touch Grizabella before Memory at the end of the show, how his opera and booth singer experience related to playing Old Deut, and why he agrees with me that Peter is the worst Cat i…
 
Most people assume they'll know when they have a problem with their spine. The criteria is simple... it hurts! Until that point, the spine is just a bag of bones doing it's job to keep us upright. Imagine if that's how we thought about our teeth? All good until your tooth hurts. How about the heart? No problem here, until the first heart attack tha…
 
One of the most under appreciated facets of health is the gut. In the past, the digestive system was seen as a simple system. Food entered and left one long tube, only to be digested and nutrients absorbed along the way. Now, an incredible amount of research is accumulating to establish the gut as a primary focus for disease reversal and health opt…
 
This episode features CATS superfan Nat DiMario who saw the 2016 Broadway revival 88 times! Hear Nat explain their fandom, how they were able to see nearly 15% of the performances, and give the background on how their conversation with the actors lead to the infamous Tuggershanks rumor. Produced by: Alan Seales & Broadway Podcast Network Instagram …
 
This episode features Fergie L. Philippe who stars as James Madison in the Broadway production of Hamilton but also played a wild weekend as Old Deuteronomy during the Elon University Production of CATS. Fergie shares how his Elon production utilized a Beyonce and Elvis cat, how CATS influenced his career, and how we would cast Hamilton characters …
 
This episode features Sarah M. Jenkins who played Jennyanydots during the 2016 Broadway revival. Sarah shares her incredible 16 point summary of CATS, tells a behind the scenes secret to the Mungojerrie and Rumpleteazer number, and educates me how the tour used a "bounce castle" set in certain cities. #DoKickGetCheck Check out Sarah on all social m…
 
This episode features the hosts of the brilliant podcast The Fabulous Invalid, Jamie DuMont and Rob Russo. Jame and Rob educate me on the deep history of CATS, their love of the show, Rob's Stage Left thesis on CATS, and everything else you might want to know about the history of the show. Check out Jamie on Instagram: @troutinnyc Check out Jamie o…
 
Germs are a part of the world we live in and are necessary to a healthy productive human life. Bacteria plays a vital role in our normal physiology and not all types should be feared or avoided. It's one of those things that belong in the 'optimize' category. This means you want to avoid deadly or harmful bacteria while maximizing the 'good' or ben…
 
This episode features Jonalyn Saxer who was a swing during the 2016 Broadway revival covering Bombalurina, Cassandra, Demeter, Jennyanydots, and Tantomile. Jonalyn discusses what it's like learning multiple tracks, her experience seeing CATS on the West End as a kid, and how her family hates the musical. Check out Jonalyn on Instagram: @jksaxer Pro…
 
Does vitamin D have any positive direct effect on the immune system? That's the question we seek to answer this week on Life By Design. We are using direct to mean, if you take Vitamin D, is there any data pointing out that you may have a decreased chance of contracting the flu? There is already data and professional hypotheses on how people with "…
 
Despite a growing body of evidence, the peanut gallery still repeats the mantra... "There's no evidence to 'prove' Chiropractic works." Of course, when asked what is meant by 'evidence' and 'works', there is no clear response, yet the same tired rhetoric continues. In this episode, we will review these claims, discuss what does and doesn't exist in…
 
There was, and maybe it's still being circulated on your social media feeds, a meme that goes something like this: "Losing weight is hard; being overweight is hard; choose your hard." "Being broke is hard; Becoming rich is hard; choose your hard." "Change is hard; staying the same is hard; choose your hard." You get the idea. There was just somethi…
 
The long road to the White House in the 1960 campaign between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon comes to a dramatic end. In this final episode, we’ll look at the last days and hours before the election, the uncertainty of possible recounts afterward, and look ahead to how both candidates approached the future. We’ll also look at how lessons learned…
 
Real food first. That's the number one rule for Eating By Design and for good reason. Nothing will improve your results faster than simply eating more real food. Rule number two is eat protein with every meal. That's what today's episode of Life By Design is all about and I'm sharing the details from a recording I made for our private Facebook Grou…
 
Bonus Episode: With Love, Now and Forever! CATS4COVID Relief is a fundraiser conceived by and featuring the cast of the third national tour of CATS. The company of theater artists reunites after 34 years to create an upbeat, inspiring celebration of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s international musical phenomenon to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.…
 
On October 4, 1957, the successful launch of the Soviet satellite Sputnik sparked fear of Soviet Union dominance in technology and space. In this episode, we’ll look at how John F. Kennedy used American fears of the Soviet Union and creeping Communism to his political advantage in the 1960 campaign. We’ll also look at how 60 years later, threats fr…
 
This episode features Bret Shuford who starred in TWO regional productions of CATS as a swing and Skimbleshanks. Bret discusses how CATS is learned from the "outside in," what it was like performing at a dinner theatre known for their peach melba, and why, like most people, he's Team Gus. Check out Bret on all social media platforms: @bretshuford C…
 
This week we review research published in the Journal of Athletic Training, looking at the importance of checking and correcting and movement deficiencies in the necks of people who have suffered a concussion. The challenge is that since the anatomy is very similar - meaning that the nerves and structures that supply and innervate the brain also ha…
 
Don't make the mistake of thinking fish oil is good for you or your children. Fish oil is a vehicle to help deliver omega-3 fatty acids into your body, and because our current lifestyle and environment make that a challenge to get, fish oil might help. That's a real mouth full, but let us explain more concisely on today's episode. An interesting st…
 
In this episode, we take you on a journey that follows the 1960 campaign into millions of living rooms through television, and then explore how the Kennedy team used the new medium to connect with voters. We'll also look at Nixon's television strategy and how the 1960 campaign’s use of television would influence future presidential campaigns' use o…
 
This episode features Annemarie Rosano who played Jellylorum on the CATS National Tour. Annemarie discusses how the Cats relationship in her production are based on their staging, Jelly's sexual attraction to Bustopher, and why, as Jelly, she's obviously Team Gus. Check out Annemarie on Instagram: @annemarierosano Check out Annemarie's website: www…
 
So here we are in September... Are the kids going back to school? Should they go back to school? When is life going to return to normal? Is life going to return to normal? Am I putting my kids at risk? Will they be safe? Am I a bad parent for sending them back? What will others think of me? How are we going to pay for all this? What if Jim loses hi…
 
What would it take to win the White House in 1960? For the Kennedy campaign, it started with building a trusted team, and a readiness to try new campaign strategies and tactics. In this episode, we’ll look at how Kennedy and Nixon’s campaign decisions helped make or break the election, and how some of those innovative strategies would influence mod…
 
This episode features Lauren Elder who started in her own one-woman production of CATS in her garage in LA as an 8 year old. You may recognize Lauren from her Broadway performance in Hair, from TV on Law & Order SVU, or from her new album. Lauren discusses her childhood performance, gives incredible examples of how she would perform each character,…
 
"Some people have a lot of pride in not taking drugs or supplements, but the primary goal should be to feel your best. Not using a medicine that improves your health because you take pride in being 'substance-free' is counter-intuitive to your main goal of feeling well." This was an online quote from an excellent physician that we respect. We find …
 
While John F. Kennedy was formally launching his run for president at the start of 1960, another movement was gathering steam. This week, we’ll find out how the emerging modern Civil Rights Movement affected Kennedy’s and Nixon’s campaign strategies, and see how Kennedy worked to win over Black voters who were skeptical of his commitment to civil r…
 
You are what you eat. Maybe not literally, but to pretend that what you put into your body doesn't affect your health and performance is nonsense. Today we review a study from the University of Michigan seeking to establish an association between chronic spinal pain and diet. In some ways, we already know (there was a Nobel prize given in 1982 for …
 
This episode features Georgina Pazcoguin who played Victoria during the 2016 Broadway revival. Georgina discusses being recruited for CATS, her relationship with Dame Gillian Lynne, and gives a thoughtful defense on why she believes Grizabella was the right cat to die. Check out Georgina on Instagram: @georgina_pazcoguin Check out Georgina's websit…
 
They do, but probably not in the way that you think. If anything, emotions are the part of your consciousness that makes life worth living. What we mean by them not mattering, is simply not in the process of making decisions. Imagine if you couldn't feel love, pride, happiness, joy and even negative emotions like anxiety, depression, and grief...em…
 
Despite clear victories over some of his opponents during the primary season, John F. Kennedy’s path to the presidency still wasn’t certain as he arrived in Los Angeles for the Democratic National Convention. In this episode, we’ll hear about the young senator’s rise to the top, the challenges he faced in uniting a fractured party, and how he would…
 
This episode features CATS superfan and YA fantasy author Ryan La Sala whose professional author bio says that he "loves CATS the musical unironically." Ryan and I discuss why he's obsessed with the show, how he tricks his friends into going to see it with him, and how he'd write the CATS 2 sequel. Check out Ryan on Instagram: @ry_la_sa Check out R…
 
A study from the International Journal Of Spine Surgery concluded that individuals with Type-II diabetes have an accelerated rate of spinal degeneration, and the amount of degeneration is more severe than non-diabetics. We also don't think it's too far of a stretch, although you can't claim this study as a source, to suspect that prolonged elevatio…
 
This special eight-part audio documentary, from the team who brings you the JFK35 podcast, will tell the story of the Kennedy campaign and how it has influenced American campaigns since. The series features historians, political operatives, journalists, and more as it covers the campaign from the primaries through Election Night, highlighting key m…
 
To say that poor mental health is an issue would be an understatement. Mental health, at least to us, is the most important asset you have in your arsenal of human powers. Since humans live and depend on ideas (all of which rely on mental health), the health and well being of your mind is priority number one. That's why when we see any information …
 
This episode features Eloise Kropp who played Jennyanydots during the 2016 Broadway revival. Eliose discusses her one act middle school production of CATS, why she thinks CATS is just a version of Chorus Line, and all the things she was told "Jenny wouldn't do." Check out Eloise on Instagram: @eloisekropp Music by: Anthony Norman Produced by: Alan …
 
We pick up from where we left off in Part 1 of Getting Your Diet Right... Nothing has changed, we still think the whole world has lost it’s mind when it comes to nutrition! The purpose of this podcast is to review and continue teaching the principles of Eat By Design. What we cover What type of veggies are best? Cooked or raw? How about organic? Is…
 
This episode features CATS superfan Flynn Lockett who runs a fan Instagram page called @TheJellicleJunkyard and is the number one contributor to Quora answers related to CATS. Flynn explains how he became a superfan and dives deep into the world of CATS Tumblr. Check out Flynn on Instagram: @TheJellicleJunkyard Music by: Anthony Norman Produced by:…
 
"The thing about common sense is that it's not so common." Voltaire Nutritionally, the whole world has lost it’s mind. How can you have one group telling you to eat meat and another telling you avoid it. They both can’t be right, but they both can be wrong. Every once in a while it's important to go back and remember the principles from which you o…
 
Do people with high self-esteem adopt an open (power) posture, or does an open posture produce high self-esteem? In general, it's commonly believed that your feelings produce your outward appearance, but that concept is being challenged. In the late 70's Richard Bandler and John Grinder founded a controversial psychological technique called NLP (Ne…
 
When President Kennedy became his party’s nominee in 1960, Eleanor Roosevelt would eventually endorse him from her role as the leading member of the liberal wing of the Democratic Party. However, he wasn’t her first or even second choice. We talk with historian Barbara Perry, who’s working on a book about the political pair, and how Kennedy was abl…
 
How do you prolong healthy aging? For us healthy aging is normal aging. We know that we are not getting any younger and that eventually, we will die. In the meantime, since loving your life is essential to Life By Design's core beliefs, we want to do everything we can to ensure the quality and length of our lives. Today we examine a study looking a…
 
This episode features Lili Froehlich who played Electra during the 2016 Broadway revival. Lili discusses how all of the characters have elaborate backstories and we discuss a few of my made up theories. Check out Lili on Instagram: @lilifro Music by: Anthony Norman Produced by: Alan Seales & Broadway Podcast Network Instagram & Twitter: @TheWrongCa…
 
"Chronic low back pain (LBP) is the most common cause of disability worldwide. New ideas surrounding LBP are emerging that are based on interactions between mechanical, biological and chemical influences on the human inter-vertebral disc (IVD). The degenerate IVD is proposed to be innervated by sensory nerve fibres and vascularised by blood vessels…
 
While JFK was only a year old at the time of the 1918 Flu Pandemic, Ernest Hemingway, whose papers are housed at the JFK Library, was old enough to witness and record his thoughts throughout the pandemic. Hear from Hemingway scholar Susan Beegel to learn how the flu affected his family and loved ones while he was a young man overseas in World War I…
 
Dr. K here... My relationship with food used to suck. It's hard to admit that to you. Growing up, food was the go-to for everything. 'Have a bad day? No problem, let me make you a pie'. 'You made the team? Awesome, let's celebrate, let me make you a pie.' Let me be clear: I used to think fat made you fat, I used to think carbs made you fat, I used …
 
Anytime you deny your nature as a human being, you are hurting the most essential part of yourself, namely your mind and consciousness. Such is the case with the common saying - don't compare yourself to other people. Are we saying you should compare yourself to others? Not really, more like you can't stop comparing and contrasting since it's liter…
 
To say that the recent events (more so the reactions to said events) haven't shaken up our lives, would be a tremendous understatement. We all react differently to stress and stress impacts us differently depending on where we are in our lives. If you're in a better spot - great relationships, support and solid finances... you will handle your stre…
 
This episode talks about the worst character in the entire musical Peter. Since there is not a single written word about Peter on the internet, hear me make everything up including my theory on Peter's real role in the play and his true significance for Grizabella. Plus, I introduce you to Gilbert, my new favorite Cat. Peter Ranking: -9 out of 9 Bo…
 
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