Revolutionary You!

Revolutionary You!

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June 17, 2021 40 min

In the second part of our 4-part series together, Sohee Lee is back with another episode tailored more to our fellow coaches. We talk about content creation this week. Sohee has the perspective of the online coach with a very large following and her thoughts on what platforms and what types of posts she feels perform best for her and appropriately target her demographic. I offer my thoughts on content creation from the viewpoint of...

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Sohee Lee makes her triumphant return to join me in the next 4-part series of the show. Longtime listeners may remember her first episode with me way back at #77 in August of 2017. It has shockingly been that long since I circled back to get Sohee back on the show. Fortunately, this miniseries makes up for a lot of lost time. In this episode, we cover what we feel to be many of the basics that fellow trainers would need to get star...

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I conclude this excellent 4-part series with Dr. Stuart Phillips with this week's episode. This time, we discuss how protein is potentially associated with the acid-ash hypothesis, kidney failure, correlations with cancer and the potential roles it can and has played with COVID-19. A very special thanks again to Dr. Stuart for partaking in the series with me. Stay tuned next week for an all new 4-part series. 

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Dr. Stuart Phillips is back this week as we continue with Part 3 in a 4-Part series. This week, we tackle the role of protein and resistance training with regard to the aging individual. We discuss why protein needs differ as we age, considerations between genders and gender related differences with aging, why resistance training remains so important as we get older and diet philosophies which can help us live our best lives beyond...

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I am back with Part 2 of this 4-part series with Dr. Stuart Phillips. We continue our conversation on protein after last week's primer episode with the roles protein can play in exercise. In this episode, we talk about nutrient timing, considerations for smaller or larger doses of protein at one time, how and if the type of exercise you do is affected by protein intake, considerations for whole food sources versus supplementati...

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I begin the next 4-part series of the show with a guest who needs little introduction within the fitness/nutrition industry: Dr. Stuart Phillips from McMaster University. Dr. Stuart has arguably done more research on protein and the intersection of exercise with its use than anyone else I know. We kick off the series with a primer of sorts and start building the foundation for the following three episodes together. In this episode ...

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I wrap up the final episode in this 4-part series with Mike Howard of Lean Minded this week. We touch on what Mike calls The 4 P's Of Progress: Practice, Patience, Persistence and Presence. Mike talks about these factors when it comes to food and I took a leaning towards exercise and strength training. A big shout out to Mike for being my guinea pig on this new venture as I hope you, as the listener, enjoyed what we were strivi...

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Mike Howard of Lean Minded is back with me again this week as we continue our 4-part series together. This week, we dive further into the nuance of food environment and how what we're exposed to can influence how and how much we eat. Mike and I talk about better ways to craft that environment so you can see better fat loss results.?

To learn more about Mike's work:?

www.leanminded.com

www.facebook.com/leanminded

www.instagr...

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My new direction of the show continues this week as Mike Howard of Lean Minded returns for Part 2 of a 4-Part series. In this episode, we cover the concept of steps over leaps and why small changes may be more important, more sustainable and more realistic with fat loss over larger, perhaps more dramatic changes. 

To learn more about Mike's work: 

www.leanminded.com

www.facebook.com/leanminded

www.instagram.com/leanminded

To le...

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As I looked into the future for this podcast, I wanted to take the show in slightly different directions. I credit returning guest, Mike Howard of Lean Minded, to be the "guinea pig", if you will, for the first in a 4-part series. To hear our previous episodes together check out Episodes 64, 102, 159, and 221).This week, we kick off the series with habits for fat loss. Mike and I tackle what we believe are some of the most ...

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Maybe it comes as little surprise to long-time listeners of the show but Leigh Peele makes her 6th appearance for the milestone 300th episode. You can also check out our previous conversations via Episodes 28, 118, 150, 200 and 215. She has been in the midst of a complete re-write of "The Fat Loss Troubleshoot" which will be released at the end of this year in a very big way and, according to Leigh, is nothing like the orig...

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I'm joined this week by fellow coach Caroline Juster. In this episode, we talk about her journey from musician to personal trainer and her own weight loss transformation. Caroline talks about how she takes inspiration from both of those areas to inform how she coaches her clients to better success. We also talk about how her clientele and her approaches to training evolved in light of the pandemic. 

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I welcome research engineer and scientist, Chris Burres, of MyVitalC to the show this week. In this episode, we talk about the plethora of sleep aids, sleep devices and better sleep hygiene for individuals who could benefit from them. Chris also discusses how he got involved with MyVitalC and the potential for being helpful in that conversation. 

To learn more about Chris's work: 

www.myvitalc.com

To check out MyVitalC with a s...

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I've been connected with B-Well Nation's Leslie Benedetto for several years and of many things we have in common within fitness we also have raised children with autism and have struggled with addiction leading into this industry. In this episode, we talk about the intersection of those factors, how her own business with group exercise has evolved over time and most recently, how they have shifted and changed their business...

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Ned Parks has been a client and friend of mine for almost 3 years now and, within that time, he has not only referred friends and colleagues to the business but his wife and daughter have become a part of the community as well. In this episode, we talk about what inspired him to start, how he remains motivated to improve, where a tendency to fall to extremes may have backfired on his journey and how sustainability plays a  signific...

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March 4, 2021 43 min

Last year, I had the pleasure of joining a group of fellow fitness professionals looking to understand how to maximize their mailing lists to help their clients. Tara Arndt led the way and she definitely knows what she's doing! Tara is the wife of Tim Arndt who made an appearance on the show way back on Episode #161. If you are a fitness professional tuning in, I highly recommend checking out how Tara helps me dive into my own ...

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I welcome Chris Kershaw a.k.a The Heavy Metal Strength Coach to the show this week. In this episode, Chris and I talk about coaching philosophies, thoughts on writing words that have an impact, how grief informs the work that we do, how he helps his clients thrive and how the UK's response to the pandemic made him a better coach. 

You can learn more about Chris's work at: 

www.instagram.com/theheavymetalstrengthcoach 

www.f...

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February 18, 2021 34 min

Susan Niebergall joins me for the third time on the show (see Episodes 94 and 231) and this time around, we get to talk about her excellent new book, "Fit At Any Age: It's Never Too Late". We discuss the pitfalls she experienced with her own weight loss journey, how she had her "a-ha" moment and what we see affect our clients in practice. Susan's story never ceases to inspire and I know you'll love the e...

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Derek Saunders of Macros Inc. joins me this week for his debut on the show. In this episode, we talk about his journey into the industry and how his own story of weight loss informs how he coaches clients to this day. We also dive into the importance of better habits with weight loss, focusing on what we can personally control in life, trigger foods, and the dangers of comparisons in dieting. 

To learn more about Derek's work: 

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A.J. Morton, of FitPro Mentorship Review, joins me this week on the show. In this episode, we talk about the origins of his Mentorship group and why it might matter not only to fellow fitness professionals but to those who hire us for professional services. This was a fascinating conversation and I think A.J. has done a fantastic job keeping this group of the highest value and caliber around. 

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