Are you taking a bath?

One of my best improvements for #leanlife was about 10 years ago I learned from Winston Churchill about taking a daily bath. It’s definitely improved my life and then as I started to work in Japan, I started going to the Japanese onsen and that further improved my life. Studies have indicated that lingering in the bath can also improve mental efficiency and reduce the likelihood of dementia.

01.31.21 | Categories: Lean Health, Lean Life

Lean Health changed my life


“At 66, Lean Health changed my life” ~Max Lemberger

12.29.17 | Categories: *Contains Videos, Lean, Lean Health


On this week’s show, Paul Akers talks Lean Health with the folks at Steelcase, the world’s largest office furniture manufacturer (and the largest chair maker).

10.28.17 | Categories:


On this week’s show, Paul Akers describes his Ironman journey and why he did it!

09.30.17 | Categories:

Swimming Lessons with Karlyn Pipes

On this week’s show, Paul Akers introduces us to Karlyn Pipes, world champion swimmer and his swim coach in Kona, HI. Check out her pointers!

For more information on Karlyn Pipes, visit her website.

03.18.17 | Categories:

Airline Lounge Orientation

Paul Akers recommends looking around at airports and airport lounges. Sometime the best stuff is a little harder to find.

01.06.17 | Categories: *Contains Videos, Lean, Lean Health, Lean Travel

Magical Kona

Paul Akers is living the dream in Kona, riding the half ironman route.

12.16.16 | Categories: Lean, Lean Health

Waste at the Broken Yolk Restaurant

Paul Akers and his Mom check out customer waste at the Broken Yolk Restaurant.

09.17.16 | Categories: Lean, Lean Health, See Waste

Long Flight? No Problem!

Paul Akers doesn’t let a long flight keep him from exercise!

For more information on Living With A Navy Seal, go to this link.

09.16.16 | Categories: Lean, Lean Health

Mountain Biking with Lukas

Went mountain biking with Lukas yesterday…what a blast!

And I made a little salad to complement my big mountain bike ride! Eating healthy the only way.


09.12.16 | Categories: Lean, Lean Health