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September 16, 2020 43 min

James Krieger returns for his 4th appearance on the show this week. Check out Episodes #67, #79 and #159 for more of his insight. This week, we discuss his new book, co-authored with Michael Matthews: "Fitness Science Explained". In this episode, James and I dive into what you should consider when you're trying to understand fitness and nutrition studies, how journalism can impact what you see both positively and negati...

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This week, I welcome Dr. Debi Silber to the show. Dr. Silber is the founder of the Post Betrayal Transformation Institute and is a holistic psychologist, a health, mindset and personal development expert, the author of the #1 bestselling book: The Unshakable Woman: 4 Steps To Rebuilding Your Body, Mind, and Life After a Life Crisis and her newest book: Trust Again. Her recent PhD study on how we experience betrayal made 3 groundbre...

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I was first connected with Storme Gray through our very own Kimberly Young who was also recently on this show. Storme joins me this week to discuss her journey into and around fitness and how she has embraced powerlifting to enhance not only her strength but her life as well. Storme has so many great takeaways in this episode as we chat about how what you do in the gym can crossover into how you approach your life. This is another ...

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Dan John joins me again for his third appearance on the show. You can reference Episodes #100 and #181 to hear those. This go-round, we discuss his brand new book "Attempts", Dan John University, the importance of habits, thoughts on fitness "hacks" and so much more. Dan John is always a guest you'll want to tune in for. Download, subscribe, share with your friends and please take a moment to leave us an iTunes ...

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Initially, it was my intent to get as many of my clients on the show who had the desire to do so before I had a repeat performance back on. However, Erin's story I knew would resonate with so many of my listeners that I had to bring her back to talk about it. You can hear her first episode with me back at #179. This episode does have some explicit language, so listener advised depending on how you like to enjoy tuning in each w...

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I'm joined this week by the owner of Rackhouse Whiskey Club, Dannie Strable. We veer slightly out of the norm with this episode but we cover a lot: a fondness for bourbon and whiskey, the story behind Rackhouse Whiskey Club, an appreciation for exercise and, of course, how the pandemic has affected his industry and how they've used their resources to help the distilleries they partner with. Stay tuned at the outro for a spe...

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I'm honored to share time this week with Parmjit Kaur. She was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2008 and has spent her time since then undergoing a successful experimental procedure for MS, advocating for MS and learning how to rebuild her body through strength training. Special thanks goes to Jim W. for making the recommendation to connect with Parmjit to make this episode happen. Download, subscribe, share with your frien...

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I kick myself for not getting legendary coach, Lee Boyce, on the show sooner. That problem is solved with this week's episode. We cover a lot of ground in this episode: his evolution as a writer, learning how to recover and train around injuries, how he and his clients have been reacting to the pandemic and why the path to fitness success shouldn't necessarily be the easy one to take. Download, subscribe, share with your fr...

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I welcome back two returning guests and two great coaches: Melody Schoenfeld (Episodes #88 and #205) and Chad Landers (Episode #106). As they are both gym owners in the state of California, a state which has been more aggressive than most with lockdowns, I wanted to know more about how they've been reacting to the situation. Both Chad and Melody operate different formats of training and both had to shift their clientele to meth...

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July 15, 2020 42 min

It's a topic that is very close to my heart, having a son with autism. This week, I welcome Eric Chessen of Autism Fitness to the show. We talk about how he got started focusing on this incredible niche demographic and what eventually led to him creating two certifications to help trainers learn how to effectively coach individuals on all degrees of the autism spectrum. Download, subscribe, share with your friends and please ta...

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Alex Leaf returns to the show this week after a great episode he did last year, featuring wife Briana Theroux (Episode #187). This time, he's here to talk about his new program which he has put together with Briana and Ari Whitten called "The Fat Loss Blueprint". While there are many components to the program itself, I asked Alex specifically about a few areas that I felt don't get enough mention on the show: circad...

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This week, I'm back to another client spotlight to share time with our very own Kimberly Young. We talk about the events that led to her starting with us two years ago, what's kept her with us throughout that time and thoughts on improving the gym atmosphere to be more inclusive to black communities. She's been an awesome person to work with and you'll find out why we think so when you tune in. Download, subscribe, ...

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I'm honored to be joined this week by fellow coach Chrissy King. This is her debut on the show and she has put together a timely and incredible workshop called "Anti-Racism For Wellness Professionals". There has been a lot happening socially and I'm very grateful to Chrissy for putting together an exhaustive and comprehensive project to help others in the industry know how to better serve others at this time. This w...

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Tony Gentilcore returns after a great first episode with his wife Dr. Lisa Lewis back on Episode #157. As of the recording of this episode, he is not only recovering from an injury but still dealing with business closure in the state of Massachusetts. We talk about why studios like his CORE and my RevFit should be considered different entities from box gyms and group exercise formats in light of the pandemic. We also discuss how al...

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Patrick Umphrey of Eat, Train, Progress fame returns for his 4th appearance and 4th year in a row of our Father's Day celebration (See episodes #70, #125, #195). As many know, he and I are both fathers to two children, one with special needs and one who is neuro-typical (Patrick has a son and daughter and I have two sons). In this episode we talk about what's been happening in the lives of our children, our coaching practic...

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Georgie Fear returns after some time away and three extremely popular episodes we've done together (#51, 81 and 121) and K. Aleisha Fetters returns with her (see episode #249) as they have recently released an awesome book they co-authored: "Give Yourself More". In this episode, we talk about why women have continued to be encouraged to be "less" as opposed to more and how that affects their diets, their self-im...

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Kelly Coffey returns for her third time to the show (see episodes 72 and 137). Taking inspiration from a recent video she released to her audience, we dive into her take on the "three eater types". We discuss the pandemic, the eater types and a better understanding of how and why to draw boundaries around our eating behaviors. This is a can't miss episode. Download, subscribe, share with your friends and please take a m...

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I'm honored to welcome co-owner of Mark Fisher Fitness and Business For Unicorns, Michael Keeler, to his debut on the show. Mark was previously a guest back on episode #85 and it has taken me too long to get Michael on as well. This week, we discuss the evolution of MFF and the origins of Business For Unicorns as well as how they have adapted their business to the trying times with New York's pandemic response. At the heart...

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Fellow coach and podcast host (see The Lifestyle Chase), Chris Liddle makes his debut on the show this week. I wanted to hear Chris's perspective and take on how the pandemic has been affecting him both personally and professionally. He brings the angle of being an independent trainer working for a larger facility in Canada and I wanted to see how coaches like himself were adapting to all of the changes. Chris is as down-to-ear...

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Returning to the show for a record 7th time, Meghan Callaway is back (see Episodes 62, 89, 118, 128, 150 and 198). In this episode we talk about her most recent program release "The Ultimate Push-Up Program", how she continues to push the envelope with her own training and why embracing the stages of progressions and regressions is so important with exercise. Download, subscribe, share with your friends and please take a mo...

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