18 Oct Anton Jefferson – Finding Passion And Performance With Weightlifting

(#223) Anton Jefferson (Weightlifter, Coach and Entrepreneur) joins the podcast this week for episode #223 to share his passion for Olympic Weightlifting and what he's doing to help spread the word about the ultimate strength skill. Anton is a dynamic coach and passionate athlete, as you'll get to experience in the session. There are many great insights and nuggets in this one - and I know you'll get value from this week's episode. Here's what you'll learn in the session:
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11 Oct What’s The Most Valuable Exercise?

(#222) How would you answer this important question? What's the most "valuable" exercise for the human body? What exercise could enhance everything else without detracting from any training program or exercise approach? That's the question we'll discuss this week and I'll share my list of reasons on the answer. So, how would you answer the question? What comes to mind? Post your answer below or catch me on Instagram.
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04 Oct Steven Low – Overcoming Gravity, A Comprehensive Approach To Bodyweight Strength Training

(#221) Steven Low is the author of one of the most amazing and comprehensive books on Gymnastics and Bodyweight strength training I've ever seen. He joins the show this week to discuss his approach and key learnings as a coach and a clinician. Steven is the author of Overcoming Gravity, a complete systemic approach on bodyweight training. He is a former gymnast and coach who spends thousands of hours independently researching the scientific foundations of health, fitness, and nutrition. Steven holds a bachelor's degree in Biochemistry and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Maryland.
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27 Sep Donnie Thompson – Body Tempering, The Secret To Strength Preparation

(#220) Donnie Thompson joins the podcast this week to discuss the topics of Body Tempering, Fatbells, Kettlebells, and much more. He'll share personal stories, experiences, and his beliefs on why these tools and techniques are so effective and enhance training benefits. Donnie is a world-class strength and performance coach and has 8 all-time world records in professional powerlifting. He is most known for being the first human to ever total 3,000 pounds in powerlifting. He's known as "Mr. 3000." He's also the founder and inventor of many innovative training tools and techniques, including Body Tempering, Fatbells, and the Bowtie. His list of accolades is extensive and I'm very excited to have him join me on this week's episode. Here's a few things that you'll hear about this week:
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20 Sep Reclaiming Focus After Chaos

(#219) Well, I'm excited to finally get back to the show this week. In this episode, I'll explain why the long hiatus and share a simple formula I'm using to get back on track after dealing with chaos. I'll tell you about my personal story of dealing with mayhem and what I learned in the process. We'll also be getting back to the regular weekly episodes of the RT podcast and I'll share a little about what you can expect moving forward. Just a short "return episode" this week to let you know what's been going on and what's coming in the weeks ahead. As always, I have some tips and resources in this week's show, as well.
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29 Aug Big Problems With The Latest In Kettlebell Science

I love research. We can learn a lot from it. Each and every study I read, I respect the work that went into it. I know how much time, effort, and commitment goes into doing a research study at any level. No study is perfect. Yet, each one is a potentially important piece of the puzzle, right? So, I was really excited to see the title of the latest research study about kettlebell training. Shortly after immersing myself in the study, I found myself feeling let down and disappointed once again that another kettlebell study missed the mark. This one in a major way, which I'll explain. This article is an attempt to "bridge the gaps" between the scientific research and the "real-world" practical applications.
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26 Jul Just Breathe! 4 Techniques To Improve Physical Performance

(#218) This week I discuss one of the most important topics in strength and performance training - breath control. I'll discuss the critical importance of breathing for maximum performance and share 4 specific techniques you can use (or teach) in your training programs right now. Whether you're novice or advanced, proper breathing is essential for peak performance.
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12 Jul Brian Mackenzie And Dr. Andy Galpin – Unplugged, Evolve From Technology To Upgrade Your Fitness

(#217) Brian Mackenzie and Dr. Andy Galpin join the show this week to discuss their amazing new book Unplugged: Evolve From Technology To Upgrade Your Fitness.

Brian Mackenzie is a world-renowned strength and conditioning expert and the author of the New York Times bestseller Unbreakable Runner. He is the founder of the training program Power Speed Endurance and the cofounder of the complete fitness lifestyle system - XPT Life.

Dr. Andy Galpin is a professor of kinesiology at the Center for Sport Performance at California State University, Fullerton. He has a PhD in human bioenergetics and is the founder and director of the Biochemistry and Molecular Exercise Laboratory.

This is a fantastic interview discussing many different topics related to human health and performance.

Their new book is for everyone from the elite coach and competitive athlete to the everyday exerciser to better understand the upside and downside of fitness technology.

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