A couple of weeks back, Karl Watson presented us to his pal Andrew Huberman, who is a neuroscientist and tenured teacher at Stanford. Andrew likewise matured skating San Francisco’s Embarcadero in its prime time where he fulfilled a variety of incredible skaters, Karl being among them.
Andrew’s research study discuss worry actions, along with sleep and dream states and how they connect to discovering. You can discover this things on his podcast which can be really science-heavy and thick sometimes, however Andrew shares some innovative findings that we and Karl felt other skaters might significantly gain from.
So when Karl asked us if he might interview him and assist present the research study to the daily skater, we instantly got on.
We parsed their convo to offer you the very best, most absorbable bits, however if you are fascinated and wish to dive a little much deeper into the complete research studies, ensure to take a look at Andrew’s website and Instagram where he publishes more information on his research study and findings.
1:21 Andrew’s background and objective.
3:13 Skateboarding’s connection to science.
4:12 Why are somedays much better than others?
5:06 Breathing strategies to stay calm.
7:10 How do you overcome worry?
8:31 Dopamine in skateboarding.
11:05 Learning techniques in your dreams.
12:19 How do you not let fear get to you?
14:14 Muscle memory is a misconception.
14:46 Are skaters much better off in society?
16:40 How to move into Andrew’s DMs.
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2:46 Mike Blacbac by means of Chromeball
2:14 Dan Mancina by Christian Alexander
2:56 Danny Way shot my Mike Blabac
3:21 Jenkem The Second Coming of Brandon Turner
3:51 Genesis 2 by Ian Ostrowski
7:42 Welcome to Hell by Toy Machine
9:52 Thrasher My War: Sammy Baca
12:40 Thrasher My War: Jamie Foy
13:00 Thrasher My War: Dane Burman
15:10 Emerica Stay Gold B-Side: Jerry Hsu
15:34 @fancyladskateco on Instagram
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