Tareq Azim is more than just a high profile trainer. He’s not in the business of helping people lose weight, be cute, or fit into their favorite jeans. Tareq transforms people’s lives from the inside out. “Fear is a disease that has infected everyone. My job is to get people to embrace their fear.”
The Disrupter is an hour long docu-series that places the audience in the middle of these real life transformations. Each episode will showcase how Tareq uses extreme sport and physical activity to push people way outside of the comfort zone.
BEHIND THE VIBE
CHANGING THE STIGMA ON MENTAL HEALTH
In 2015, Matt Bahnick drove across the country with only a duffle bag, 100 “Positive Vibes” hats, and a mission. He showed up to MLB spring training in Arizona begging security to let him show these hats to the players. Four years of tireless hard work later, hundreds of the best players in the world are wearing Positive Vibes across their chests and on their hats supporting Bahnick and that mission. Positive Vibes — is a movement close to Bahnick’s heart that is committed to spreading positivity and mental health awareness.
Behind The Vibe is a new digital series that will help change the stigma on mental health, shining a light on this epidemic and highlight the extraordinary story of Matt Bahnick’s journey for mental health. Through open, honest conversations about a topic that has traditionally been kept quiet, we will be able to make a difference.
THE GREATEST SHOW ON GRASS
The WorkShop is collaborating with Rickie Fowler & his production company, Main Event Productions, to create a documentary on the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Narrated by Fowler, The Greatest Show on Grass will celebrate the craziest golf tournament in the world.
MODERN STONE AGE FAMILY
He grew up obsessed with Robin Hood, Indiana Jones and Julia Child. He turned his obsession into a career as an experimental archaeologist, but it was the arrival of his three kids that caused Dr. Bill Schindler to focus on how the earliest humans fed themselves.
Bill built an international reputation as an expert of primitive tools and diets. He earned his nickname, Professor Caveman, by teaching college students how to butcher deer with stone tools and start fires with sticks. His newest challenge is taking his family to remote villages and tribes to learn what humans should be eating in this modern world.