Skoopcast - Our own Chief Ruckus Maker: Dr. James Rouse!!

June 07, 2018

Skoopcast - Our own Chief Ruckus Maker: Dr. James Rouse!!

Healthy Skoop's Chief Ruckus Maker - Dr. James Rouse

Vegan Sufi commune dweller. Jack LaLanne-inspired body-builder. Himalaya hiker & spiritual seeker. Ironman competitor. Naturopathic doctor and wellness ninja. Above all, ruckus maker. And now, entrepreneur. Skoop co-founder Dr. James Rouse takes us through each of his colorful incarnations to show how he's evolved to the sweet spot he's sitting in now, and talks nutrition, exercise, the power of grit, and the profound value in getting comfortable with discomfort. Buckle up, have a listen, and SKOOP ON!

 




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