Mark Hunter: Heavy Metal Bulletproof – #75

What’s better than sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll? Sex, drugs, rock-n-roll and Bulletproof® coffee, perhaps?

On episode #75 of Bulletproof Radio heavy metal biohacker and front man of the band Chimaira, Mark Hunter, gives us an inside look at living like a rock star and being Bulletproof. It was great to get to hear about how Mark got turned on to the Bulletproof lifestyle and what he does to stay optimal as a performer. You’ll learn about Mark’s works to help people live a better life, how coffee affects his music, and why sexual abstinence can help you attract more women! This is a down to earth conversation with a hardcore fan and a crazy talented musician. Please enjoy!

Mark Hunter is the vocalist and founding member of Cleveland-based metal band Chimaira. Mark has been a professional musician for 15+ years with more than a million records sold. He is a producer, blogger, float tank enthusiast, biohacker, and newly found wellness coach. After losing over 40 pounds on the Bulletproof® Diet, Mark has helped his mother lose over 120 pounds and recover from type-2 diabetes. Links on where to find out more about Mark and Chimaira can be found below.

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What You’ll HearMark Hunter Chimaira Performance

  •   0:00 – Dave’s Cool Fact of the Day!
  •   0:38 – Welcome Mark Hunter from Chimaira
  •   2:00 – Mark talks about helping his mother and himself using Bulletproof methods
  •   5:20 – Sex, drugs, and ROCK-N-ROLL
  •   7:00 – How do you remain positive at the head of a death metal band?
  • 10:00 – Lyrical catharsis
  • 13:30 – Chimaira on Bulletproof
  • 17:00 – Mark talks about addiction…
  • 19:00 – Float tanks!
  • 22:00 – What is biohacking to Mark?
  • 25:00 – Stage fright
  • 28:40 – Sex, DRUGS, and rock-n-roll
  • 31:00 – Psychedelics and the gates of hell
  • 33:00 – Dave and Mark talk Ayahuasca
  • 37:00 – SEX, drugs, and rock-n-roll
  • 40:00 – Sleeping between two virgins
  • 45:00 – Upgrading yourself helps attract women
  • 49:00 – Life after heavy metal and Mark’s coaching practice
  • 52:00 – Top 3 recommendations for kicking more ass!

Featured

Mark Hunter on Facebook

Chimaira.com

Twitter – @ChimairaMark

Twitter – @ChimairaBand

Crown of Phantoms (album)

Resources

Drugs and the meaning of life (SamHarris.org)

Bulletproof

Bulletproof Sex

HRV Sense App

HeartMath emWave2

Brain Octane™ Oil

Bulletproof Coffee

Sensory Deprivation Tank on BP Forum

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