In this episode, Coss Marte tells us how he went from drug kingpin to fitness entrepreneur using a regimen he developed in prison. Then we head outside to find out how people have reinvented themselves, and chat with television pundit Lawrence O’Donnell about how he reinvented himself as a socialist (and why some people are so scared of socialism).
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In This Episode
Intro (0:00 - 2:04)
Alice and Melissa discuss their early attempts at reinvention.
Human on the Street (2:05 - 4:11)
Producer Levi Sharpe takes to the streets to ask people, “How have you reinvented yourself?”
The Interview (4:30 - 26:47)
Coss is the creator of Conbody, a fitness studio in NYC. Here’s how he reinvented himself.
The Playlist (27:38 - 30:14)
This week, Coss Marte suggests a few songs for becoming a beast. Playlist here!
Three-Ingredient Happy Hour (30:27- 32:53)
Our own food editor Claire Lower tells us about one of her favourite reinventions: The Muddle-Free Fauxjito.
Scary Corner (33:00 - 36:57)
We huddle with MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell to discuss socialism. (Scaaary.)
Upgrade of the Week (38:53 - 43:30)
Finally, we’re back with Lawrence O’Donnell to go over this week’s upgrades. This week: Another plug for a certain brand of oat milk; the advantages of hiring an online nutritionist/trainer/arse-kicker; and this universal bike mount for your smartphone.