(#33) Learn a new version of strength training as revealed in a candid and extremely insightful interview with Physical Therapist, strength coach, and kettlebell certified instructor, Charlie Weingroff.
Charlie is a guy with incredible experience, passion, and knowledge about strength training, injury prevention, and maximizing human performance.
He's the ultimate "no BS" strength coach with an uncomplicated, raw view on getting strong and getting results.
I was honored to speak to him recently and learn about his dynamic approach, which you'll hear all about in this interview.
I highly encourage you to take notes and listen while fully engaged without distractions so that you can learn and take in the lessons he discusses in this interview.
Listen, learn, and apply the information that is presented in this (and each) podcast episode.
Here's some of what you'll hear about in this session:
(#32) Maximizing strength, minimizing risk for injury, and programming ideas are some of the topics that are discussed in this informative podcast episode.
Listen to an amazing interview with the Author of the book Maximum Strength, Eric Cressey.
Eric is a renowned strength and conditioning coach, owner of Cressy Performance, and author of many books and articles on strength, conditioning, and injury prevention.
Anytime you can get a guy like Eric to learn from, we need to listen and think about how we can apply his great insights and perspectives into our own strength and performance training.
You'll learn a lot in this power packed, informational audio interview session with valuable, practical advice to your improve strength and performance.
Here's some of what you'll hear about in this episode:
(#31) Here's your guide to Olympic weightlifting with U.S. International Weightlifting coach, Danny Camargo.
You'll learn all about the Olympic lifts in this great podcast episode.
Danny is passionate, knowledgeable, and extremely transparent in his approach.
This is a very insightful and valuable interview if you're new to weightlifting or you want to advance your training progressions.
Here's some of what you'll learn in this episode:
(#30) Learn about 5 specific, powerful kettlebell progressions to consider in your kettlebell training journey.
These progressions are for those that have a strong foundation of fundamental kettlebell skills.
But, even if you're not ready for these yet, this will be important to understand for future consideration and program progressions.
Benefits of the exercises covered in this episode include:
(#29) Get stronger, move better, and regain the body you were meant to have with the new book, Original Strength by Tim Anderson and Geoff Neupert.
In this episode, I interviewed one of the authors, Tim Anderson, as he tells us all about the benefits of Original Strength.
You'll be able to apply this information immediately to your training and better understand why fundamental human movement is so important so that we get the results we want.
Here's some of what you'll learn in this episode:
(#28) Learn how to minimize risk for injuries, understand the value of the Functional Movement Screen (FMS), and learn tips to improve your strength in this outstanding interview with Brett Jones.
Brett Jones is a Master kettlebell instructor, top strength coach, and expert in the area of Functional Movement.
This is an extremely valuable and insightful interview with many great training tips and advice you can use and apply immediately.
Here's some of what you'll learn and discover in this interview:
(#27) What exactly is hormonal optimization and why you must understand your hormones to optimize health and performance.
Find out about this and much more in this in-depth episode of the RdellaTraining Podcast!
You'll get a concise education in optimizing your hormones for health and performance with Hormone Optimization and Kettlebell expert, the one and only, Mike Mahler.
We discussed topics in hormones, supplements, and kettlebell training in this information packed and actionable audio session.
Here's some of what you'll learn:
(#26) Sprint Training has a long list of benefits that most people aren't even aware of.
And, it's not just an important training method for athletes, but many people can reap the benefits of sprint training.
In this cutting edge interview with Sprint Expert, Franz Snideman, you'll learn everything you need to know about the benefits of sprinting, how this fits into strength training, and the best way to get started.
Franz is incredible and extremely passionate about sprinting. Right now, he's currently working with professional surfer, Jamie Sterling (pictured below implementing sprint mechanics).
You'll learn a lot by listening to this interview and be able take action immediately with the practical tips Franz discusses.
Take a look at what you'll hear about in this episode:
(#25) This episode features an interview with the author of the ground-breaking new book "Supple Leopard" by Physical Therapist and Strength Coach, Kelly Starrett.
Kelly is the creator of MobilityWOD.com, which has revolutionized how athletes think about human movement and performance.
MobilityWOD is one of the top fitness blogs on the internet and Kelly is a performance innovator who has been featured in many major magazines and publications.
Supple Leopard is an exciting new book that reveals a big part of Kelly's mobility approach for optimizing human performance.
I was extremely excited to have him share his story and insight on this cutting edge, new book which will be released in April, 2013.
This is an interviewyou'll probably want to listen to more than once, if you really want to absorb all the information and concepts that Kelly discusses.
In this great interview, here's some of what you'll hear about:
(#24) This episode is not to be missed. I was able to chat with the Underground Strength Coach, Zach Even-Esh.
In this open and honest interview, you'll hear about Zach's story and what he learned through all his experiences in the world of "old school" strength training.
This is really great information you can learn from and apply in your own training.
Zach's a no BS guy with a wealth of knowledge and passion.
Here's some of what you will learn about in this episode: