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The "Architect of Resilience" podcast is a thought-provoking and uplifting series that dives deep into the intricacies of conquering life's most formidable challenges. Through profound personal conversations with individuals who have navigated and triumphed over seemingly insurmountable obstacles, this podcast offers a unique window into the human spirit's capacity for resilience and transformation.

Hosted by Chris Duffin, each episode explores the fascinating stories of those who have harnessed their inner strength to overcome adversity and achieve remarkable feats. These gripping narratives are complemented by expert insights from leading researchers, doctors, coaches, clinicians, and athletes, offering valuable perspectives on how to nurture the mind, body, and soul.

Whether it's unlocking 'superhuman' abilities, igniting personal growth and self-awareness, mastering human and organizational behavior, or discovering unparalleled injury prevention and recovery protocols, "Architect of Resilience" is your guide to unlocking the potential within yourself and evolving into the resilient architect of your own destiny. Tune in and embark on a journey of inspiration, empowerment, and transformation.

May 7, 2019

Today's guest is PNW-native and an industry leader/pioneer in the Strength & Conditioning field. Joel Jamieson is the man who introduced HRV [Heart Rate Variability] training to the masses and continues to break new ground with his recovery platform Morpheus and online education platform 8WeeksOut

Joel is known for his work as a coach in the combat sports arena, having trained world champions since 2004 and worked with athletes in nearly all professional and collegiate sports, not to mention Navy Seals and other elite groups. Today, Joel works with thousands of coaches, trainers, and athletes around the world through 8WeeksOut, an authoritative platform and certification for recovery-driven conditioning and performance. 

In this episode, Joel breaks down the early history of HRV, how it works, and application to strength and conditioning. He and the hosts talk recovery, data, inflammation, and practical application. They also discuss some upcoming collaborative content between 8WeeksOut and Kabuki Education, as well as other little tidbits and funnies. This is a good one folks! 

Joel is also a helicopter pilot, and showed up at The Lab to record this podcast by landing his chopper in our parking lot.