What happens when Silicon Valley meets fitness? A futuristic ‘biohacking’ human upgrade facility is born. In this episode, Erin explores the very latest in sports technology that was once only available to elite athletes and the uber wealthy. Upgrade Labs promises to biohack your body and mind by finding ways to promote cell regeneration.
The Root of Chronic Illness with Viome CEO Naveen Jain. Why acne led me to get my microbiome tested. What is your microbiome and why is it the cause of chronic inflammation? Could we make chronic illness an option? Why is it so important to keep it balanced? What happens when you take antibiotics and … Continued
How often do pro athletes hide their injuries from medical staff and how harmful are some of today’s treatments? Toronto Blue Jay’s Dr. Glenn Copeland discusses what an athlete REALLY goes through during recovery and safer alternatives including marijuana and CBD
The first version of XFL launched in 2001, but lasted only one season. This February, the XFL is BACK and expected to be more innovative than ever before. Almost 2 decades later, what can we really expect? President of the XFL’s Los Angeles Wildcats, Heather Karatz, gives us an inside look at the new league.
Erin Coscarelli is a Bleav and NFL Network Host. As a Los Angeles native, she attended the University of Southern California and received a degree in Communications and Journalism. Coscarelli began her career as sideline reporter for many sports networks including Fox Sports West, Pac-12 Network and NBC Sports Network. She also reported for ESPN where she covered the World Series of Poker and the Summer X Games.
In 2013, she was hired by Comcast SportsNet Bay Area to be an anchor and reporter in which she covered many regional professional sports teams that includes Golden State Warriors, San Francisco 49ers and San Francisco Giants. In July 2014, she left CSN Bay Area to join NFL Network to become the host of the NFL Network’s new morning show, NFL AM, with Rhett Lewis. In 2015, Coscarelli was the co-host with Cole Wright in the NFL Network’s weekday morning show NFL HQ.