Now this is is cool.
I was a fan of the original Onnit Primal Bells and Zombie Bells. The sculpts of them were very well done but I’m not into primates the same way Rogan is and I feel like the whole zombie thing has kind of run out of steam. But the Werewolf Legend Bell kettlebell is truly badass.
Like the other sculpted Onnit kettlebells that have come before it, the Werewolf Legend Bell is made with chip-resistant iron, is perfectly balanced so it performs like a traditional kettlebell, has the enlarged handle to really enhance your grip strength, and it looks awesome too. The Werewolf Bell weighs in at 28 kg. which translates to 62 lbs.
I remember a while back that Aubrey said on an episode of The Joe Rogan Experience that Onnit was working on a series of Monster Bells. This Werewolf Bell is likely the first in a series of monsters that Onnit will introduce. It makes sense though, right? Introduce multiple monsters in different sizes and even if people don’t use them to workout with, they’ll likely collect them so they have the complete series.
The Onnit Werewolf Legend Bell kettlebell is now available from Onnit, priced at just under $147.
I’m no scientist, so I’m not going to delve too deply into glutathione, but I wanted to learn a little bit more about it after hearing about it on The Joe Rogan Experience. One of Joe’s guests–Dr. Mark Gordon–was talking on the podcast about glutathione and its effects on the body when consuming alcohol. This is what appealed to me about taking glutathione.
Glutathione is an antioxidant. It is produced naturally in the body and is not considered to be an essential nutrient, which means our bodies don’t need to obtain it through eating food. That being said, a wide range of factors can impact how much glutathione our bodies produce. A poor diet, stress, age, and medications can all affect how much glutathione our bodies create.
Glutathione is helpful because it will “grab” free radicals (created when the body is exposed to toxins, such as alcohol) and it will dispose of them naturally via our bodily functions. When our bodies are overwhelmed with too many toxins, our glutathione levels become depleted.
Dr. Mark Gordon said that taking glutathione will help reduce hangovers. Taking some after a night of drinking before you go to bed could reduce the effects of a hangover significantly. Someone who Dr. Gordon knows said they took glutathione after a night of drinking and actually found it difficult to get drunk again the next day.
Obviously there are a few things to be cautious of with glutathione. It shouldn’t be taken to sober you up quickly so you can drive. Don’t think about taking it a few hours before attempting to drive home. That’s not what it’s for and shouldn’t be used in that way, nor would I suggest driving at all after consuming any amount of alcohol.
Glutathione is a molecule that can benefit us in a number of ways, and reducing hangovers is just one of the positive effects it has on the body. If anyone has had any experience with glutathione, I’d be interested to hear your feedback, especially in regards to how well it worked to reduce your hangover after a night of drinking.
There are a number of glutathione supplements available on Amazon. I’ve heard that the powder form of it isn’t absorbed into the body that well, so if you’re looking to try this for yourself, I’d start with the capsule versions first.
I realize this isn’t specifically a Joe Rogan T-shirt, as it doesn’t have his face on it and it isn’t a part of his Higher Primate line. But let’s face it: Joe was the one who made the “POWERFUL!” phrase popular, at least to listeners of his The Joe Rogan Experience podcast.
What I like about this powerful shirt is how clean and simple it is. It’s not like the garish Deathsquad T-shirts that Redban sells, and it doesn’t scream that you listen to TJRE podcast. It’s a subtle nod to let those who know know that you have good taste in podcasts and fitness gear and supplements. Yes guys, this is actually an Onnit T-shirt available on the Onnit website, but it’s clearly Rogan-inspired. Grab one if you like Joe, like his podcast, or want to support Onnit and the awesome things Aubrey and the guys over there are doing.
The shirt is heather gray with big black block letters across the front. The left sleeve has a tiny black patch with the double N Onnit logo, and the back has a small Onnit logo just below the neck hole. Clean, subtle, and comfortable. This shirt is a tri-blend crewneck T, made from a 50% polyester, 25% cotton, and 25% rayon blend. It weighs 4.26 oz. if you care about how much your shirts weigh. For detailed measurements, head over to the Onnit website and figure out which size you are. They come in all sizes from small up to XXL for you guys who are extra swole, and they’re less than $20. POWERFUL!