The Exhaustive Podcast List : 10 podcasts every man needs to subscribe to

The Exhaustive PODCAST list


Often times I find myself asking questions about things like finance, fitness, fatherhood, you know, man stuff.

This is where technology has made a positive ripple into our culture. Why? Because now we have experts and enthusiasts advice right at our fingertips.

So long are the days of dial up internet and card catalogues in libraries. Now we have smartphones, USB ports, download speeds that will make your pants fly off faster than Van Wilders in the naked mile.

We also have podcasts, these wonderful and enjoyable discussions and interviews with extraordinary people that we would otherwise have no access too. It’s like having a team of mentors in your pocket.

For me, the hard part is figuring out which podcasts are really worth listening to, especially because there are thousands and thousands, and new ones being added every day.

I have several that I listen to on a regular basis, and others that I might get a chance to listen to once in a while.

I have made a list of the ones that I definitely think are worth your time. It is unlikely that you will be able to get through to all of these, so just find maybe one or two that you can listen to consistently.

These are in no particular order. Let me know what you think or would like to add in the comments below. As always, I appreciate you reading and supporting my efforts.

Enjoy!


Want some in your face, no holds barred information, advice and hard earned wisdom. Look no further.

Warning: If you get offended easily, then you shouldn't listen to this.

Jocko is a 20 year Veteran Navy SEAL, who was in the midst of the Battle of Ramadi. He brings his practical leadership advice, history lessons and knowledge into this podcast.


I can't say enough about Dave's Podcast. He, in my opinion is the ultimate authority on finances. Dave doesn't give advice or share his wisdom so that he can make money off of you. He genuinely wants you to succeed and be a millionaire. No one else is going to give you the "tough love" talk that he gives.

I love Dave for his honesty, integrity and ability to cut through all of the BS. 

I am a product of Dave's program. My wife and I paid off $55,000 in debt using it. If you are looking for a good book of his, check out the 360 Man Project Library.

You can also Subscribe to his YouTube Channel, or visit his website.


This is a great Podcast for men. It is run by a guy named Ryan Michler. He is a veteran, and Spartan Agoge finisher. 

Ryan has a great lineup every week, and does a lot with his group called the IRON COUNCIL, and wraps things up with a Friday Field Notes. These are action steps a man can take to improve.

If you are looking to get involved with an action plan to help you in your career or life journey then this website is where it's at. He will get you to think in a different way.


Mark Divine was my mentor when I first started my fitness journey. He might not even know how much of an impact he has had on me, though I let him know often.

He interviews some of the leading innovators on fitness, pushing limits, mindset and nutrition. You don't want to leave this one out.

He has also written a book called Unbeatable Mind, that you definitely need to get your hands on. Every man needs to read this one.


This show is ultimately about doing hard stuff, and the stories that you will hear are from some of the toughest individuals that will ever walk this planet.

It is hosted by David "Rut" Rutherford and Mr. Never Quit himself Marcus Lutrell. If you don't know who he is, then you should read about Operation Red Wings or watch the movie Lone Survivor.

These two guys are a riot, veteran Navy SEAL's, and extremely bad dudes. I like to listen to this one when I'm working on projects around the house.


This podcast is full of episodes on a variety of topics.

You will be inspired on how to incorporate what you hear from the guests into your every day life. You will want to be a better man.

Brett is an exceptional host, and finds some really great guests who challenge you with what they say, or just inform you on something you didn’t have much knowledge on.

I recommend this podcast for any man who’s looking to grow and be the best version of himself.


I love Jerred Moon. He has got some awesome content on his blog, and Has just written a book called The Garage Gym Athlete.

I am constantly inspired by this guy, and he is one of the major reasons that I have been building my own Garage Gym.

His idea on how to make your own kettle-bell in 36 seconds was awesome! Jerred is a strength and conditioning coach who loves what he does, and wants others to love it too.

You won't be disappointed.


This one is kind of a selfish plug. What can I say, I like MMA. I presume that most men do too. 

This is high quality, has amazing hosts and amazing guests. 

I especially love that I can stay up on all of the great upcoming fights.

If you like MMA, then you will love this Podcast.


New episodes every Wednesday!! 

If you are a weightlifter or fitness enthusiast of any kind then you will enjoy these conversations about fitness, training, and interviews with Crossfit Games Athletes.

Lots of training tips and information to help you grow in the gym and get in shape.


First of all. I love these guys. They are hilarious and easy to listen to.

They are the nerds of the athlete world. They make fitness and nutrition fun, and informative.

Scott and Armen interview the fittest athletes. Navy SEALS, Crossfit Games Competitors and Strongmen.

Can't say enough good about this one.


Well, there you have it. A list that is short and sweet. Let me know if you have any suggestions or experiences listening to these podcasts.

Have any of them helped you and changed you in any way?

As always, Thanks for reading.

Stephen


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Stephen created the 360 Man Project to give men a fighting chance in the battle of their lives. He hopes to lead an army of healthy, fit, confident, and humble men against the unseen darkness in this world.

No longer will we act like victims and let fitness lies, awful marketing, and other people tell us who we should be. We are fighting back.