Rich is a man of many hats – a wellness advocate on behalf of plant-based nutrition; a writer; an entertainment attorney; and a husband and father of 4 children. But most of all, he is a passionate and inspirational ultra-endurance athlete.
I’ve always been intrigued by endurance. Growing up as a competitive swimmer gave me the discipline to train effectively. I’ve chosen the Ultraman distance to rebirth my athletic self. My future goals are set on a number of unique ultra-endurance events around the world.
View a select assortment of press I’ve received over the past few years. There are many like-minded people following a similar path to mine and press is a great way to share.
Check out Rich’s selection of products ranging from his acclaimed books, Finding Ultra and Jai Seed Cookbook, to Jai Repair, a 100% plant-based, non-GMO custom proprietary blend specifically and scientifically devised to promote optimum long-term wellness, longevity and unparalleled athletic performance.
From the Blog
RRP #114: How To Maintain Optimal Physical, Emotional & Spiritual Health During The Holidays with Julie Piatt
Prepare thyself, because ready or not, the holiday season is indeed upon us. For most, this is that special time of year when -- whether by conscious choice or simply due to external circumstance -- Read More
RRP #113: David Clark: How One Man Overcame Alcoholism, Lost 150 Pounds & Conquered Badwater, The World’s Toughest Footrace
I’m obsessed with the idea that we can all do and be better. That's what this show is about -- a loud and clear call to action. A graceful nudge to help anyone and everyone Read More
RRP #112: Bryant Terry On Why Good Food Should Be an Everyday Right for Everybody
You could say this show has been on a bit of a plant-based tear lately, and this week it continues with with my friend Bryant Terry – eco-chef, cookbook author, educator and most interesting to Read More
RRP #111: Lisa Lange’s Vision For a Better World & Why It’s Cool To Be Compassionate
Confession time. I’m the first to admit that my initial reasons for adopting a plant-based lifestyle were selfish. I was overweight. I felt lousy. I looked lousy. I had a health scare. Basically, I just Read More
RRP #110: Josh Spector on Badwater – What It’s Like to Run 135 Miles Across The Desert
This show is about chasing dreams. Making stuff happen. Helping others. And sharing the journey. We can all use a little education. Some solid information. And a dose of experience-based inspiration to guide our own path Read More
RRP #109: Kathy Freston On Letting Go Of Perfectionism & Why We Should “Lean In” To Positive Change
I say it all the time. Change is not an overnight miracle, people. I know there's nothing like the neatly packaged narrative of the overnight success story, but honestly that’s just well, not that honest. The Read More
RRP #108: Mark ‘Fightshark’ Miller On Why “Pain Don’t Hurt” and What It Takes to Overcome Extraordinary Obstacles
Life throws all of us obstacles. Everyone meets barriers. Nobody is immune from setbacks. It’s how we confront and navigate past the curve balls life throws that moulds character and ultimately defines who we really Read More
RRP #107: Tim Van Orden Runs Beyond The Kale — Why Personal Growth Begins With Self-Acceptance
If you are a consistent listener to this show, then you know very well that my goal is to elucidate the experience, insights and knowledge of my guests as a tool to aid you on Read More
RRP #106: Jackson Foster on Millennials & Why It’s Cool To Be Conscious and Actively Involved
The subject of "Millennials" generally conjures up adjectives like lazy or entitled. No work ethic. Spoiled brats, the lot of them. TIME Magazine went so far as to call millennials the "Me Me Me Generation". This Read More
RRP #105: Daniel MacPherson: From Chubby Kid to Celebrated Athlete & Host of Dancing With The Stars
Some people are artists. Others are athletes. It's the rare individual who can excel at both. As I kid, I was interested in sport and things creative. But for some reason, I came to the conclusion that Read More
RRP #104: Mishka Shubaly on “Of Mice and Me” — The Journey From Being Loved To Giving Love
Safe to say I am mildly obsessed with Ganesh, the famous Hindu elephant boy god. Even if you don't know anything about this odd creature or what he represents, you likely know who I'm talking about. Read More
RRP #103: Preston Smiles – It’s Your Job To Be The Dopest Version of You
Wise words that capture the essence of this week's guest, Preston Smiles. When you meet Preston, you immediately understand who this guy is. He wears it on his sleeve. It's written all over his face. He just is Read More
RRP #102: Amanda Slavin on The Power of Community to Catalyze Positive Social Change
In case you missed it, and because it's highly relevant to today's show, let's begin this week's offering with a read (or re-read?) of a piece I posted a while back on Medium.com entitled, Why You Should Stop Read More