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 #81: Spoken Word Artist IN-Q on Reimagining Your Truth
The past couple weeks we went deep into nutrition. Now it's time to take a new direction. To delve into spirit. Creativity. And art. All powerful vehicles for connecting with, unlocking and ultimately expressing the Read More
RRP #80: Howard Jacobson, PhD. on Rethinking the Science of Nutrition
Wow! Last week's guest, T. Colin Campbell, got a huge response. It's only a week since publication and the episode is well on its way to becoming one of the most popular editions of the Read More
RRP #79: T. Colin Campbell On China Study Critics and How Plant-Based Nutrition Can Prevent & Reverse Disease
This week we hit a huge milestone - 2 MILLION DOWNLOADS! Wow. I was blown away when we hit 1 million after about a year since we started this experiment. Then just five months later, we Read More
RRP #78: Ultrarunner Timothy Olson on The Spiritual Road to Athletic Supremacy
I had to put my dog down the other day. I want to tell you about it. It might seem unrelated to introducing today's podcast guest, but it's not. So bear with me. Bodhi was a Read More
RRP #77: Dr. Michael Klaper on Leveraging Plant-Based Nutrition to Treat, Prevent & Reverse Disease
A few weeks back I had the pleasure of being a keynote speaker & instructor on the Holistic Holiday at Sea -- 1500 people cohabiting for 7 days on a Caribbean cruise ship for the specific purpose of Read More
RRP #76: Osher Günsberg: From Chubby Kid to Plantpowered, Marathon Running Host of Australian Idol
I'm told that Osher Gunsberg is quite the thing Down Under. Under former stage name Andrew G he lit up Australian airwaves as host of the popular Channel V -- the Oz version of MTV's Read More
RRP #75: James Altucher on Why You Should Choose Yourself
I love people who ask questions other people aren't asking. See trends others don't see. Have the courage to try a new approach. Risk the illusion of security. Think differently. Jump into the abyss with Read More
RRP #74: Jonathan Fields on Leveraging Mindfulness to Change Your Life
Jonathan Fields is a super popular guy. There is a good reason for that, which I'm going to get into in a minute. Before I do, I wanted to check in with you in a bit Read More
Why You Should Stop Lifehacking and Invest in the Journey
“Maybe stop trying so hard to find shortcuts to “hack” your life. The best things are hard. Invest in the journey. Just sayin’.” A lark of a tweet I fired off last December that -- somewhat Read More
RRP 73: Casey Neistat on Making It Count and How To Do More
"Work hard and be brave." Simple yet profound words from Casey Neistat, a man in full embrace of the ethos of living an impactful, creative, authentic life in overdrive. Uncompromising. Unapologetic. Filmmaker, photographer, builder, father, humanitarian, athlete. Read More
The Art of Living with Purpose
Note 3.11.14: this post is now also up on Medium. "What makes your heart beat hardest?" Answer this question for yourself. Then move in that direction with every fiber of your being. Because in truth, nothing else Read More
RRP 72: Dr. Frank Lipman on Breaking the Shackles of Apartheid in Medicine
We need more doctors in the world like Dr. Frank Lipman. Western medicine is astounding when it comes to treating acute, isolated conditions -- a catastrophic injury, an arterial blockage or a serious infection, for example. Read More
RRP 71: How Adam Scully Power Transformed His Life, Dropped 50 lbs & Became the First Person to Run the 163 Mile Pan-Mass Challenge
Straight up, this conversation encapsulates every aspiration I ever had for the show when I embarked upon this podcast journey a little over a year ago: inspiration, in the form of a relatable everyman guest Read More