The guys are back for another full season of life changes and biohacks with a quick episode live from the Starbucks at the corner of Leslie & Lakeshore in Toronto where it all began. This episode is only meant for those with an interest in the guys as they look at some of the stats behind season one’s listens, give some news on how the podcast is changing for season two, and then interview each other to see which biohacks are still a part of their lives and which ones they left behind.
Some of the topics discussed:
- Alex talks about the wedding that fueled his efforts in season one
- Rick talks through the anxiety attacks that saw him in the hospital and a NY ambulance
- Alex & Rick compare notes on the differences between anxiety & a heart attack
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Looking for some specific highlights? Fast-forward to the following timestamps:
- A glance at the numbers from season one, including most & least popular episodes (2:10)
- What’s changing about the experiments & podcast for season two? (5:47)
- Rick interviews Alex to figure out what’s happened since the end of episode 12 (9:45)
- Alex interviews Rick to figure out what’s happened since the end of episode 12 (13:48)
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