Closing 5 Energy Gaps for High Performance with Rusty Osborne [Limitless MD, Episode 44]


An essential key to building your influence is how you present yourself to the world and to the people around you. A huge part of that presentation is the physical vibe you emanate as you connect with them, day in and day out. You’ve got to be the most vibrant, most positive, most authentic version of yourself because that’s what people love to be around. With that, constant growth and transformation are required.  

The only way you can transform into your best version is to fill in the holes that are draining your energy. When the energy is low, it is impossible to achieve high performance and strike your goals. Rusty Osborne has experienced being fat his whole life UNTIL one turning point made him decide to change for good. He knows the pain of failed attempts and today, he shares the secret to his permanent weight loss.


“I went through enough pain, and I knew there was more to life than just eating and drinking.”

– Rusty Osborne



In This Episode:

00:00 Welcome back to another episode of the Limitless MD podcast

01:29 Rusty shares why he believes he is very healthy and some of his health metrics

03:33 Hear Rusty’s experience of getting from where he was to where he is now and his background story of being obese

04:37 Find out the heaviest weight Rusty weighed in at, and one of the biggest turning points on his journey

06:44 Exercise alone was not enough to cause huge weight loss for Rusty. But when he aimed for these two things, the weight melted off…

08:06 Discover how to make permanent changes to your health and own them for the rest of your life

08:48 Rusty shares the importance of asking yourself questions that shift the way you think 

11:04 Stop “firing” your friends when you can just “edit” them

12:14 Learn about the biggest energy gaps and how to close them without depleting your energy

14:48 Rusty and Vik are big fans of elimination diets, here’s why…

15:28 This one thing isn’t talked about enough but is extremely beneficial to your health

19:22 Find out the difference between intellectual gratitude versus emotional gratitude and why they matter

19:58 If you practice gratitude but don’t feel it much, here’s a tip to help…

21:25 Hear some common character traits and the biggest driving factors of high performers 

24:58 Podcast Outro



Resources mentioned: 

– The Silmarillion: The legendary precursor to The Lord of the Rings –

– Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art –

– Way of the Peaceful Warrior: A Book That Changes Lives –




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