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  • (gentle music)

  • - As a human, we're designed to move.

  • The athlete is always thinking how can I

  • improve my performance?

  • You get looking better, but you never train to look better.

  • When I'm stretching, I'm in my element,

  • and I'll call it work.

  • I'm doing this 'cause I love it.

  • I just won't frickin' stop.

  • - What am I, a mentor?

  • What am I? - Yeah, a mentor, 100%.

  • - Ultimately, the reason a mentor helps you

  • is because they see that you're not gonna waste their time.

  • - You went do you want to do a TED Talk?

  • And I went yes.

  • - Hi. - Thank your lover.

  • - I love writing.

  • I'll pick up my phone and I just start writing.

  • - This whole book was written on your phone?

  • - Yeah.

  • Like most people do jobs that you don't like.

  • That's insanity.

  • Get in your head, like, what it is you love.

  • Create your business around that.

  • - I know that it must sound weird,

  • but, you know, I'm very proud of you.

  • - Seriously, from the bottom of my heart,

  • thank you, 'cause if I hadn't bumped into you,

  • I wouldn't be sitting on this chair.

  • And that's just mad.

  • It's just mad. (laughs)

  • (light music)

  • - [Brian] They say that the human race is doomed.

  • That we have lost touch with our true nature.

  • That the media has corrupted us

  • and that the planet has no future.

  • I disagree.

  • I believe that humanity is full of hope

  • and that our salvation lies within each one of us.

  • My name is Brian Rose, and my job is to listen,

  • the oldest method of learning known to man.

  • Each week, I seek out individuals that are

  • changing the world, people who are living

  • and thinking in a different way.

  • Their stories will challenge your beliefs,

  • make you question your choices, and, perhaps,

  • inspire you to change.

  • I never planned on doing any of this,

  • but, now, I can't stop.

  • Join me on this mission, and make humanity

  • something we can all be proud of.

  • - It's time for you to man up, to once and for all

  • tell your mind who the fuck is boss.

  • I need a fuckin' answer.

  • What's it gonna be?

  • I don't know what it is about this fuckin' sport,

  • but it attracts people that really need

  • to do deep work on themselves.

  • - I failed in this city.

  • All these bad memories, I never really felt

  • like I gave a fuck about me or my life.

  • I almost killed myself like.

  • (breath labouring) (violin music)

  • - Think about something that is gonna drive

  • you when it really hurts.

  • Some kind of demon you want to fight.

  • - This is not pussy man, this is iron man.

  • Under pressure reveals true character.

  • What are you gonna do?

  • You gonna be in Chattanooga May 20th or what?

  • (upbeat music)

  • - You've got to do a TED Talk.

  • Those were my exact words to this week's

  • guest, Mr. Roger Frampton, who's now the author

  • of The Flexible Body.

  • I pushed him over the course of 16 months

  • to get up on that TED stage the same way

  • I did, and it literally changed the course of his life.

  • Two million views later, that TED Talk was one

  • of the most watched ones last year.

  • And now he's built a book and a business around it.

  • I'm a huge fan of Roger.

  • He's a good friend of mine.

  • He wrote this book on his iPhone,

  • and he's going to write more.

  • He's super passionate about movement,

  • and, now, he's gonna build a business around it.

  • I really think you'll enjoy this episode.

  • We talk a lot about how to find a mentor and what it's

  • like to be a mentee and that entire relationship.

  • This one's very close to home,

  • 'cause I've watched him grow because of it,

  • get the book deal because of the TED Talk.

  • So sit back and enjoy this show.

  • And, folks, this is exactly what we teach

  • inside the London Real Academy.

  • I show you how to publicly speak and do your own TED Talk.

  • I teach you how to start your own

  • personal business and take your passion

  • and turn it into something like London Real.

  • I also teach you how to broadcast yourself

  • and, of course, how to accelerate your life.

  • To learn more about our eight-week accountability courses,

  • here's a little bit more about it.

  • (upbeat music)

  • London Real doesn't stop when the conversation ends.

  • You see, that's when we get started,

  • because everything begins with a thought

  • and then comes the action.

  • The London Real Academy is our global

  • transformation platform.

  • Here, we bring together thousands of students

  • from over 75 countries.

  • Whether you want to build a profitable business

  • from your passion or learn to speak to inspire

  • or broadcast yourself with your very own podcast

  • or accelerate your life to become a high-performance person,

  • we have the online accountability course

  • and personal mentoring programme that will

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  • Join us, and we'll take your life

  • to the next level together.

  • Our next accelerator course is starting soon.

  • (electronic music)

  • This is London Real.

  • I am Brian Rose.

  • My guest today is Roger Frampton,

  • the international model, TED speaker,

  • author and corrective exercise coach.

  • After 15 seasons as a male model on the catwalks

  • of Milan, Paris, New York and London,

  • you recognised the importance of human movements

  • and wrote the book The Flexible Body:

  • Move Better Anywhere, Anytime in 10 Minutes a Day.

  • Your system features a combination of body weight

  • exercises, gymnastics and yoga

  • but with the utilisation of conscious thought.

  • Your TED Talk, Why Sitting Down Destroys You,

  • which I attended, and pushed you to do,

  • has been viewed over two million times.

  • Roger, welcome to London Real.

  • - Thanks for having me.

  • - Dude, it's awesome having you here.

  • It's been amazing to watch your journey

  • for the past three years or four years since we met?

  • - Yeah. - And I mean, seriously,

  • it's like the rise and rise of Roger.

  • I've seen you lately on BBC, in Men's Health magazine,

  • on all sorts of television shows, your book's out,

  • you're probably working on your next book,

  • your app, your TED Talk continues to be

  • two million-plus views.

  • You know, when I met you, none of that was going on.

  • What's the last couple years been like?

  • - (laughs) Yeah, see, this is all your fault.

  • You caused this.

  • - When did I meet you?

  • - So we met in Primrose Hill Park.

  • So I was training.

  • Actually, I came across you before that,

  • 'cause I watched London Real.

  • I think the first time I saw it I came

  • across it I saw a bit of Kelly Starrett.

  • - Yeah, Kelly Starrett, Mobility Wod,

  • one of the first CrossFit guys in America.

  • That was the old-school days.

  • - Exactly.

  • I saw that and then I think I saw another one,

  • the Dolce, the Dolce Diet? - Mike Dolce, yeah,

  • Dolce Diet, okay.

  • - I saw that, so I got familiar with your face.

  • I was like this is interesting.

  • It was a bit different to my stuff.

  • I like YouTube a lot.

  • And then training in Primrose, and I'm like,

  • I think I know this guy.

  • - People who don't know, Primrose Hill,

  • it's just above Regent's Park.

  • And, if you're not from London, it's kinda,

  • not the Central Park of London, it's a major

  • park in London, and they have pullup bars there,

  • which just don't exist in this city, really.

  • It's not like LA or on the beach, where they're everywhere

  • or in Brazil in Rio de Janeiro.

  • There's just a few places with them,

  • which means anybody who likes to get their

  • muscle ups on or train with bars, they kinda

  • gravitate to that park, don't they?

  • - 100%, yeah.

  • It is like a little hidden gem.

  • And, if you like callisthenics, everyone knows it

  • or like gymnastics.

  • You can walk in there, and there'll be like a yogi

  • in the corner, an acrobat over in that corner

  • and then some other people running laps.

  • You just get every different sport.

  • - Yeah, it's a nice vibe,

  • of course, the secret's out now.

  • (Roger laughs)

  • But also, sometimes, you go in there in the summer

  • and it's like a prison yard.

  • Sometimes the muscle up guys show up,

  • and they're just like 30 dudes, and they're just ripped.

  • - Yeah, with the music.

  • - And they've got the music, and they're pumping

  • out like 15, 20 muscle ups, just like cali muscle.

  • - And then you got someone walk in there

  • who's just trying their first pullup.

  • They're like, I'm so intimidated.

  • - It's intimidating, yeah. - Yeah, yeah.

  • - To just walk out.

  • - If you don't know it, but once you get used to it,

  • you realise that everyone's really friendly.

  • It's just like everyone says hello, how you doin'?

  • How you gettin' on, people sharing tips.

  • There were times we were there

  • when people wouldn't leave us alone.

  • - Yeah, I know, they would just come over

  • and start talkin' to us and wouldn't leave.

  • So we met each other how many years ago, three?

  • More? - No, it's gotta be longer.

  • - 3 1/2. - Was it 3 1/2?

  • Yeah, something like that.

  • Something like that.

  • - And you saw me, and we just--

  • - I saw you, and I was ah, I think that's him.

  • I wasn't 100%.

  • I was training, and then I left to go somewhere.

  • - Was I trying to get a muscle up?

  • - No, you were doing a movement on a bar.

  • It's called a low bar, and you were just practising

  • the flick over. - I was trying to learn

  • the muscle up. - Yeah, you were doing

  • this little skill.

  • It was on the low bar, and you were

  • like flicking yourself over.

  • - Yeah, and for people who don't know,

  • the muscle up is the bane of every young man's existence.

  • - Yeah, you're basically instead of doing a pull up,

  • you pull the bar down and then bloop from there.

  • - Yeah, it's almost impossible to get for most people.

  • Some people can get it easily,

  • but it involves a lot of coordination, some strength,

  • a lot of practise.

  • - And, if you get it, it looks awesome.

  • - Yeah, exactly.

  • - Which is why everyone has to do it.

  • - Exactly, so you saw me training for that.

  • - Yeah, I saw you training, and I was like,

  • I think that's the guy, I think that's

  • that guy from YouTube.

  • I left, and I was like I've got other stuff to do.

  • And then I left, and I was like, no,