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Blunt Talk

Gino Arcaro is a former police officer/detective and College Law Enforcement program co-ordinator and professor. He is a widely-published author, gym owner, strength and football coach. Blunt Talk podcast gives Gino a voice to inspire the entire planet "To Lift" – each other and themselves – on any field and in any field. Read his book Soul of a Lifter, available on Amazon, to get an in-depth insight into how to improve your life and reach your fullest potential.

Nov 30, 2016

 

We are blessed by the best who bring out our best and cursed by the worst who bring out our worst. What you focus on grows. Life is too short to focus on those who bring out our worst. Guest Dr. Joanny Liu from Calgary, Alberta – author and concussion expert – explains her concussion research project. And we...


Nov 27, 2016

 

Worst loss: It’s easy to lose yourself, lose what you’re working toward, and end up in a losing streak that will continue to grow unless you make dramatic changes needed to turn it around. Guest Catherine Carrigan from Atlanta, Georgia, best-selling author and medical intuitive healer, shares insights and...


Nov 22, 2016

 

Change doesn’t just happen. Nothing just happens. Change for the better or worse is the result of conscious decisions determined by past conditioning, revealing your current condition, shaping your future condition. Guest John Asanga, fitness & health trainer and fitness model from Atlanta, Georgia, explains how...


Nov 20, 2016

 

How you define risk determines reward. Live vicariously or live furiously. Pay to watch others make it or pay the price to make it yourself. Julius Sparkman Jr. of Detroit, Michigan, CEO & founder of Royal Mafia Music, shares powerful insights about how to make a dream happen instead of just dreaming. Guaranteed to...


Nov 17, 2016

 

Women’s university sports get nowhere near the same attention as men’s university sports. But it takes the same level of gut-spilling to get to that next level. Every next-level is separated by a restraining barrier that won’t break on its own. You break it or it breaks you. Guest Jessica Wesolowski from...