(#78) In this week's show, I'll discuss 9 important recovery methods to improve your training performance and maximize results.
We train hard and we want results, but if we aren't recovering properly we're limiting our outcomes.
Post workout recovery is one of the most overlooked, but important factors in a successful training program.
We need to make sure we do everything we can to recover appropriately between workouts for our long term training success.
(#77) In this week's podcast session, I'll discuss the benefits of double kettlebell training.
Why train with double kettlebells and how do you know when you're ready?
I'll answer these questions and tell you everything you need to know about the impact of training with two kettlebells instead of just one.
(#76) Carl Paoli is this week's guest and he's the author of an amazing new book titled "Free+Style: Maximize Sport & Life Performance with Four Basic Movements."
Carl is a former elite gymnast and has incredible experience in movement and performance based training.
He's also the creator of GymnasticsWOD.com and he's an innovative strength and conditioning coach, as you'll discover in this interview session.
(#75) Phil Scarito is a coach, trainer, and Strong First Master Kettlebell Instructor.
Phil has extensive experience teaching many top level kettlebell certifications, workshops, and clients of all levels.
He's also been fortunate to learn and train with the likes of Gray Cook, Brett Jones, Marty Gallagher, Pavel Tsatsouline, and many others.
In this week's episode we covered many different topics related to strength and performance.
(#74) Josh Bryant is the author of 4 great books, he's a strength athlete, and a premier strength coach and trainer.
In this week's podcast episode, I spoke to Josh about his great new book "Built to the Hilt" which has already been called "one of the best strength training and muscle building books ever written."
We discussed his approach to strength training and muscle building in an information packed session that you have to hear.
Listen all the way through to the end to find out how YOU can WIN a FREE copy of Josh's new book!
(#73) "De-loading" is a part of every successful training program.
Listen to this important episode and find out how to effectively "de-load" so you don't sabotage your own training.
In this week's show I discuss the importance of "de-loading" to accelerate your training performance.
(#72) You'll get the very latest in Sports Nutrition from this year's annual Sports Nutrition conference.
The annual meeting was another amazing year of topics and updates in nutrition and performance training from the International Society of Sports Nutrition.
While I couldn't cover everything that was presented in this great 2 day meeting, I'll share many of the highlights in this episode.
Definitely listen all the way through and consider what you can apply in your training and nutrition.
(#71) Do we really need supplements?
That's the question I openly discuss in this week's short podcast episode.
Sports nutrition and supplementation can be a debated and polarizing topic.
Do we really need to take supplements to improve our training, performance, health, and body composition?
I'll give some quick perspective on that and tell you about what's coming, as we'll dive much deeper into that question and topic in future episodes.