20 Mar Dominic Matteo – How To Achieve “Real World” Body Transformation

(#242) Dominic Matteo is our guest this week. In this week's session, Dominic openly shares his own story of transformation and struggles in overcoming obesity.

Dominic is now a top coach at Precision NutritionOnce morbidly obese, Dominic shed over 100 pounds and discovered a deep passion for health and fitness.

Today, he has an impressive list of certifications and credentials, over a decade in nationally competitive men's rugby, and a powerful, diverse skill set to help his clients achieve their own life change.

This is an amazing session and Dominic shares not only his powerful story, but specific actions and strategies we can all use to improve health and performance. Here's what you'll learn this week:
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13 Mar Aaron Jannetti – Strength, Self Defense, And Survival (Our Role In The Age of Mass Violence)

(#241) Aaron Jannetti is our gracious guest this week on the podcast and we cover an important (and uncomfortable) topic. Aaron is the author of the book, "How To Survive An Active Killer: An Honest Look At Your Role In The Age Of Mass Violence." Aaron is a self defense expert, teacher, coach, and author. This is a riveting, honest, and actionable interview discussing how we can empower ourselves in a time of mass violence.
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05 Mar Dr. Tim Brown And Josh Trent – Breath, Posture, And Intentional Movement

(#240) Josh Trent and Dr. Tim Brown join the show this week to discuss breath, posture and intentional movement.

Dr. Tim Brown is the Founder of IntelliSkin, a human technology company, and the Co-Medical Director for the World Surf League. Tim is a world-renowned Chiropractor and Movement Specialist who trains athletes at the highest levels of professional sports.

Josh Trent is the Founder of Wellness Force and host of the Wellness Force Radio podcast. As a health and wellness influencer and technology consultant, Josh has spent the past 14 years discovering the physical and emotional intelligence for humans to thrive in our modern world.

We had a great chat recently with many insights related to better breathing, better posture, and better movement. This is a valuable interview for all.
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26 Feb Ben Pakulski – The Mind-Muscle Connection

(#239) Ben Pakulski is the featured guest this week and he shares great perspective on his unconventional approach to muscle building. This is actually a deep conversation covering a lot more than just muscle building. Ben is a IFBB professional bodybuilder (now retired) who helps people take an intelligent approach to muscle building and beyond. We had a great conversation that covered the mind-muscle connection to maximize training results. Here's what you'll hear about this week:
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12 Feb The Philly Special (Life Lessons From Championship Football)

(#237) This week, I'll bring you something very different, something I've never done before. Motivational? Inspirational? Maybe. Many life lessons can be learned from sports. I believe that. It's hard to explain why this podcast is so important, so please take a listen to understand what I mean and hear about the 5 life lessons I share. [jbox color="grey" radius ="2"]Photo attribution at the top of this post goes to Keith Allison. The photo comes from Flickr from an Eagles football game on 9/10/17. To find more about this photo, check out Flickr here. This photo has been modified from it's original version with text and graphics to support this post.[/jbox]
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05 Feb Kettlebell Science Meets Sports Nutrition

(#236) In this week's episode, I'll discuss one of BEST fitness and performance conferences you should consider attending this year. Kettlebell science and sports nutrition - what do they have in common? I'll tell you in the episode. I'm very excited to share some "breaking news" with you this week about a great conference that's coming later this year. As always, I have ideas and actionable takeaways for you to think about in the year ahead. Plus, I'll tell you about some important changes to the podcast.
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18 Jan How Common Are Injuries In Strength Training?

(#235) How common are strength training related injuries? Specifically, how common are injuries in strength sports such as powerlifting, Olympic Weightlifting, and bodybuilding as compared to other sports? We'll take a look at the surprising body of scientific research and the rate of injury in strength training. We'll discuss the bottom line of the research findings and discuss ways to further minimize the risk for injury.
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