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, “You Gotta Be Intentional”, our hosts discuss snacks that are good for you, dead relatives, their hobbies, board games, competing in a triathlon, the greatest position in football, health and nutrition, major challenges in life, 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 we hear which relative our hosts would bring back and why. Then we move into learning Monaghan and Rubio’s hobbies. Finally, we wrap up this segment when our hosts share if they like to play board games and if so, which ones.
The guest on this episode is Samuel Rodgers. He was a Long Snapper for Syracuse. He went to Cornell for Law School and became an Assistant District Attorney at Madison County in New York. Samuel has completed a triathlon and has recently started a new healthy eating Substack title “Dear Dad” which is a weekly newsletter to optimize their nutrition and health.
The second segment covers the interview with Samuel Rodgers. We start by hearing if a triathlon was more challenging physically or mentally for our guest. Then we learn Sam’s go to cheat meal. Finally, we settle the debate over why a long snapper is the best position in football. Then we dive into the depth of the interview. Sam shares some of his strategies for success, why he started his Substack and much more.
Moving into the Bottom Line segment of today’s episode, “You Gotta Be Intentional”. The Bottom Line is all of the “stuff you should have learned without even realizing you learned it.”