The Rubio Method
A show about men’s health and a place where men
can go to learn how to take care of themselves.
A Show By Men.
Let’s face it. We men don’t want to talk about it. But we have to, our lives depend on it. Give us a listen and see if we can help.
About The Rubio Method
The Rubio Method is a show for men and women. It’s a place where you don’t have to be a rocket scientist. We talk through men’s health for all.
Rubio is learning along with everyone else listening to The Rubio Method and Monaghan is explaining what it is like to work through men’s health and both are exploring what it looks like to grow in men’s mental health. We will have a variety of guests who candidly share their experience with men’s health.
New Episodes Bi-Weekly
Live Every Other Wednesday @ 6am
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Hire Rubio To Speak
Needing a speaker to meet with your business, group, school or team? Contact Rubio! Needing someone to come in and deliver an inspiring message? Contact Rubio! If you are a business owner or event leader in need of a keynote speaker, please contact Rubio@TheRubioMethod.com
Rubio has been featured in Freakonomics, NFL Films, Sports Illustrated, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and countless other publications. Rubio has spoken to thousands of people in Las Vegas, Nashville, Miami and many other locations.
Reach out today to have Rubio speak to your group today!
Who We Are.
The Rubio Method is just that. A show from the eyes and experiences of Chris Rubio – the world wide authority on Long Snapping and Nick Monaghan – a man that has been through the battle of mental health and men’s health in general. Rubio, a tremendous communicator who has the uncanny ability of getting people to learn something without even realizing they are learning something. Both hosts are here to create a place where men can go to learn and grow in the area of men’s health.
Did you know that depression impacts 6 million men a year?
Percent of men aged 18 and over in fair or poor health: 14.9%
49% of men feel more depressed than they admit to the people.
You Owe It To Yourself To Take Care Of Yourself.
Making the decision to learn about our health is not an easy one. It is okay to not be “okay.” If you are struggling with your mental health or health in general, reach out to someone. It does not make you “weak” or “soft” it makes you strong. You don’t have to go it alone. If you are struggling with your health we have attached some resources below to help get you connected with professionals that are here to help.