Sinopse

Welcome to My Parents' Basement (MPB) Podcast! MPB is is a reflective life commentary, guest interview, and story sharing show hosted by YouTuber Ralph (and sometimes his lovely wife Lou) from Ralph & Lou (http://youtube.com/ralphandlou).Broadcasting from their parents' basements, Ralph & Lou tell stories of recent comedic life events that brought them to living with their parents as a married couple, almost 30 years old. Ralph also interviews an array of interesting guests who define success on their own terms and live adventurously and intentionally, in hopes of "extracting life lessons from those well lived". Use the hashtag #MPBPodcast or tweet at @raphandlou to get in touch on twitter. For general inquiries, guest recommendations, or to give us a virtual high-five, e-mail us at ralphandlou[at]gmail.com.

Episódios

  • Episode 20 | Concussion Management amp Prevention

    Episode 20 | Concussion Management & Prevention

    05/10/2017 Duração: 01h09min

    Consider supporting the podcast with a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/ralphandlou Welcome to Episode 20 of My Parents Basement and the long-awaited part 2 of my discussion on Concussion with Dr. Crawford! In this podcast, we cover strategies and therapies for managing concussion and post-concussion symptoms as well as methods for concussion prevention. Dr. Jon Crawford is a Chiropractic Sports Science Specialist, a Board Member of the Canadian Academy of Pain Management, Certified in Concussion Diagnosis and Management and has a Certificate in Vestibular Rehabilitation. His protocol has been an integral part of my personal recovery and journey Concussion and Post Concussion Syndrome recovery. ---- "My Parents Basement" podcast is a result of several months of my concussion recovery and an inability to use screens because of visual impairment, but still talk for days. In addition to giving me a project to spend my time on, it satisfies my craving for social interaction after a long stint of hermetic living. I hop

  • Episode 19 | Mark Petersen on Love Giving Well and the Camino De Santiago

    Episode 19 | Mark Petersen on Love Giving Well and the Camino De Santiago

    13/04/2017 Duração: 56min

    Today on the podcast, I'm talking to my awesome cuz, Mark, about his life in the area of charity and philanthropy, his multiple pilgrimages on the Camino De Santiago, his new book "Love Giving Well". Pre-order his book here: http://www.strongerphilanthropy.ca/book/ Check out Marks Podcast: http://www.strongerphilanthropy.ca/podcasts/ The Camino Forum: https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/ ---- "My Parents Basement" podcast is a result of several months of my concussion recovery and an inability to use screens because of visual impairment, but still talk for days. In addition to giving me a project to spend my time on, it satisfies my craving for social interaction after a long stint of hermetic living. I hope you will enjoy this experiment and join me as it evolves. I want to tell entertaining stories that provide life lessons and chuckles for all. Welcome to My Parents' Basement! You can watch our daily vlog on YouTube at youtube.com/ralphandlou and feel free to tweet us @ralphandlou and use the hash

  • Episode 18 | Finding Will Byers: Our First Float

    Episode 18 | Finding Will Byers: Our First Float

    04/10/2016 Duração: 17min

    Welcome to Episode 18 of My Parents Basement! Today my brother, Kevin, and I went for our first "Float". After 90 minutes of floating in our own individual isolation tanks, we decided to chat about our experience in the Upside Down. Float tanks, usually approx. 4' x 8', have a sealed door to block out light, and is filled with 10" of water and 200lbs of Epsom salt. This makes the water Hyper-buoyant, allowing you to float effortlessly on top of the water. It creates an isolated environment for you to achieve brain rest and relaxation. Links Learn more about Float Tanks: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isolation_tank Watch the Float Vlog: https://youtu.be/8bZKUF9nTsE Check out Kevin's art: http://www.kevincoghill.com/images ---- "My Parents Basement" podcast is a result of several months of my concussion recovery and an inability to use screens because of visual impairment, but still talk for days. In addition to giving me a project to spend my time on, it satisfies my craving for social interaction after a

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