(#287) In this episode, you'll get 3 key tips to immediately improve your kettlebell swing.
I wanted to give you some specific, actionable training advice - no matter where you are in your training.
While the hardstyle - or Russian - kettlebell swing seems like an easy exercise, there are always ways we can continuously refine our technique to get maximum benefit.
You'll get 3 simple things you can walk away with after listening and go and implement in your kettlebell training - today.
(#286) Training, work, family, projects. Is there such a thing as a balanced life?
In this week's session, I had a great question from our community member Anthony who wanted me to open up about how I train and achieve work-life balance.
Here's the truth, life balance (or work-life balance) is a myth.
There's no such thing. But this is actually good when you understand how it works and how it actually makes your life better.
This was something I discovered years ago and now I'm sharing this with you.
I'll tell you the secrets to how I've sustained my excitement and passion for training for decades and how I manage this through life's challenges and stresses.
(#285) Matt Wan, the dynamic CEO and Founder of Momentous, joins the show this week.
Matt shares his story about getting started in training and what he learned at a very young age about the importance of nutrition.
His story is what ultimately drove him to "make a difference" and do something bold to disrupt the sports nutrition industry.
Here's what you'll learn this week:
(#284) In this week's episode, I discuss overcoming (minor) injuries to get back to pain-free performance.
There is almost nothing as frustrating as dealing with nagging injuries and trying to train, right?
You'll learn about the 4 stages of overcoming injuries and the key things I've learned and experienced through decades of training.
This simple framework is important to understand to get back to full training, as quickly as possible.
Here's a few things you'll hear about this week:
(#283) In this week's episode, I'll share the story about the fitness workshop that literally changed my life.
By making a simple decision to sign up for a one-day kettlebell training workshop, little did I know that it would change my life and lead me down an entirely new path over the last 10 years.
This one experience was the "big domino" that changed everything.
I'll tell you the story and the 5 major lessons I look away from that experience.
And, my hope is that you come away from this episode knowing what your next step is.
Here's a few things you'll hear about this week:
(#282) Josh Hillis is our featured guest this week who joins the show to discuss the truth about what it takes to achieve sustainable fat loss.
Josh is a renowned nutrition coach who specializes in habit-based, positive changes and has helped countless people reach their health and fitness goals for more than 10 years.
He's also the co-author of Fat Loss Happens on Monday and is finishing up his second book, Lean and Strong.
We had a fantastic chat recently discussing practical applications and strategies for healthy eating.
Here's what you'll hear about in the episode:
(#281) Ron McKeefery is our featured guest this week in a stellar interview session that covers his latest work, as well as actionable strategies for productivity and high performance.
Ron McKeefrey is an internationally recognized strength and conditioning expert, author, teacher, leader, father, and so much more.
Coach McKeefery is making a return visit to the podcast this week to discuss his coaching, learning, and productivity secrets that have allowed him to rise to the top.
We also chat about his latest book, Weight Room Wisdom.
Here’s what you’ll learn about this week:
(#280) Tim Anderson returns to the podcast this week in our best interview to date. (Honestly, this one is amazing, folks!)
Tim is the co-founder of Original Strength and the author of several great books about how to restore human movement. His new book is titled "The Becoming BulletProof Project" and you'll learn all about his latest work this week.
This was a great conversation from the beginning and there are many practical applications in the session.
Here's what you'll hear about:
(#279) Renowned strength coach and multi-book author, Dan John, returns to the podcast to discuss his latest book, 40 Years with a Whistle.
Dan John is one of the top coaches in the industry and a person who has impacted me personally at a very high level, both as an athlete and coach.
His books are some of the most highly-utilized resources in my home library and that says a lot about the value he provides to coaches, trainers, and athletes around the world.
As always, I learn something new and valuable in each conversation. This is a special interview with amazing insights and lessons from his life and his new book.
(#278) In this week's session, I'm going to discuss a topic that is near and dear to me, Youth Sports.
As a parent, coach, and sports spectator - there are clearly issues that need to be discussed.
This session is specifically for parents and coaches to better understand a few of the big problems associated with youth sports today. I'll discuss problems that I have observed through the years.
This is certainly a massive topic and we could easily make this a series of podcast episodes, so we'll just consider this a starting point for discussion.
What's the #1 problem in youth sports?
I'll discuss that and so much more this week.
I don't believe in discussing problems unless you have some answers, so I'll offer simplesolutions for each point I cover in the show.
There's a lot of content in the episode and I know you'll find this session valuable and useful, but I'd love to get your feedback on this.
Let me know your thoughts or experiences by posting your comments below.
This session is designed to inspire action and taking the next step, whatever that "next step" is for you.