14 Oct Greg Robins – Train With A Purpose
(#142) Greg Robins, strength coach and athlete, is this week’s podcast guest.
Greg is a strength coach at Cressey Sports Performance and is the founder of TheStrengthHouse.com, a community based website teaching people how to train stronger and train with a purpose.
In this interview, you’ll learn about:
- His vivid memory about his first experience in the “iron game”
- Why he started The Strength House
- The importance of “train with a purpose”
- People who have influenced him the most
- How he defines his approach to coaching
- What he thinks is the key to motivation
- Specific things he does to improve as a coach
- The one thing we can all do to get better – faster
- If he had to start over as a coach – what would he do differently?
- What he likes about the future of the fitness industry
- How he likes to assess movement
- What drives him in his own training?
- His success psychology for competition
- Specific mistakes with the deadlift (and how to fix)
- A key tip to learn to be a better deadlifter
- Best position for the shoulders in the deadlift
- The book that impacted him the most and why
- The one thing he would do to take his training to a higher level
- Hear about his upcoming seminar
- His great closing advice after listening to this interview
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