No Labels, No Limits podcast
243 - The Human Predicament with Frank Forencich
The No Labels, No Limits podcast warmly welcomes Frank Forencich to this week's episode. Frank is an internationally recognized leader in health and performance education.
He earned his BA at Stanford University in human biology and neuroscience and has over thirty years of teaching experience in martial art and health education. He proudly holds black belt rankings in karate and aikido and has traveled to Africa on several occasions to study human origins and the ancestral environment.
He’s a member of the Council of Elders at the MindBodyEcology Collective and a Diplomate member at The American Institute of Stress. We were surprised to learn that he's presented at numerous venues, including the Ancestral Health Symposium, Google, the Dr. Robert D. Conn Heart Conference, and the Institute of Design at Stanford University.
A former columnist for Paleo Magazine, Frank is also the author of numerous books about health and the human predicament, including his book: "Beware False Tigers" a book about focus, responding appropriately, to the right tigers, in the right proportion, at the right time.
He says, "I look at the big picture of human history and life in the modern world. The takeaway is this: "You are not diseased."
For teachers, coaches, trainers, parents and anyone who works with people, we need to see and remember the autonomic nervous system.
In short, 'treat people like animals.'"
Learn more and connect with Frank here:
Exuberant Animal Short Form Video https://vimeo.com/26561453