S1E33 – Rick Carr “Tough Men”

The Rubio Method is a light-hearted and funny show on mens’ health, led by Chris Rubio with co-host Nick Monaghan. You are going to love the stories that Rubio tells and the way in which he tells them, all while learning about being a more healthy overall man.  In today’s episode, “Tough Men”, our hosts discuss the benefits of Telehealth, baby talk, finding a happy place, if they are classy, Jack Nicholson movies, the best concert in your home, funding the police, fixing college football, being soft but tough and much more.

Firstly, this show starts with Minute with Monaghan, where Monaghan gives great tips for men.

At this point our hosts answer three questions from listeners. Starting us off today Monaghan and Rubio share their take on baby talk and similar concepts. Then we learn our hosts ‘happy places’. Finally, we wrap up this segment by hearing if our hosts think they are cultured and why.

Our guest today is Rick Carr. He is a father, former Director of Athletic Security at USC, and is currently a Civilian Code Case Homicide Investigator in Arizona. Rick shares his thoughts on college football is broken now with the transfer portal and NIL deals. How do we get more people to become cops after the whole “defund the police” movement, why aren’t more people about simple truths? The interview finishes off with Rick’s thoughts on creating tougher men that can still be sensitive. These tough times create a stronger man.

The second segment covers the interview with Rick Carr. We start by learning our guests favorite movies. Then we discover which artist he would choose for a personal concert in his home from a list given by Rubio. Last question, we hear what is Carr’s favorite food. Then we dive into the depth of the interview. Carr and Rubio discuss college football today, recruiting cops, and much more.

Moving into the Bottom Line segment of today’s episode, “Tough Men”. The Bottom Line is all of the “stuff you should have learned without even realizing you learned it.”