A Nomad is capable of thriving with only the essentials. They aren't bogged down by unnecessary "stuff".. I'm Ross Hillier, the host. I have been a strength and health coach for almost a decade now, and I created The Nomad Strength Show to satisfy my curiosity to find what is truly essential to success in life. To help find what men can do to improve in strength and health, business, faith, relationships, or any other avenue of life. We'll bring on high performers such as CEO's, athletes, authors, coaches and other successful guests to help you learn what is truly necessary to grow and progress. Shows will release on Monday's and Thursday's, with the interview shows on Monday and shorter, Solo episodes on Thursday. These solo shows will tackle any and all areas of life; AMA's, Top 5 lists, health and strength questions I get regularly, and any other things that will be helpful or entertaining. Head over to www.nomad-strength.com and sign up for the newsletter so you can stay up to date with the show and get bonus content every week. Thanks for checking out the show, and stay strong. Cheers. Follow on Social Media: www.instagram.com/coachrosshillier
The way we view our food is the foundation of our relationship with it. If we're talking long term health here; how do I get long term results and also enjoy my food?
It doesn't have to be one or the other, but it begins in your mind, not on the plate.
How you view your food's purpose is going to have a massive effect on your ability to be successful; so I recorded today's episode to dive into exactly how do this ...
Today I had the privilege of speaking with the one and only, Tony Blauer.
Coach Blauer has been in the martial art, self-defense, defensive tactics and combatives industry for almost four decades and is one of the only combatives experts who has successfully affected training across all the combat related communities: self-defense, combat sports and the military & law enforcement sector. His research on physiology, mind-set as...
Today's solo show is a short one, for the sole purpose of giving you a little kick in the pants to go do something.
Whatever it is you've been putting off, or afraid to try, now is the time to start. Listen to today's episode and start the momentum of success NOW.
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Today I'm joined by Robbie Kroeger, founder of Blood Origins. Robbie has created an amazing nonprofit organization who's mission is to "Tell The Truth About Hunting."
Through funding conservation projects around the globe, telling human stories in an incredible documentary series about the true call to hunting we have as humans (In The Blood, as he calls it), Blood Origins is doing things that most aren't in th...
For today's solo show, I wanted to breakdown a concept that has come up in several conversations lately.
Many might not draw a distinction between a coach and a trainer; but I do, and I wanted to go over how I classify them for the show today.
This episode could be helpful for you if you are currently on the search for someone to guide you along in your quest, whatever the medium may be.
If this is in anyway helpful for you,...
For today's episode I had the pleasure of being joined in person by Sam Campanella.
Sam is the owner and professor at 208 Jiu Jitsu, the school I have been attending since beginning my BJJ journey.
Sam has a great story of how he began in the martial art and the journeys it's taken him and his family on. He also has some great opinions on gi vs. no-gi, how to start training BJJ, and the current state of Jiu-Jitsu as a sp...
In today's solo episode, I'm breaking down my process for creating habits. This is the same outline I use with all of my coaching clients and it is super simple, and incredibly effective.
If you are struggling to get things going on the right track and need to develop some powerful habits, grab a notebook and pen and check this episode out!
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Today I had the pleasure of chatting with Joel Burham of Whitetail Fit. Joel was one of the first hunting accounts I remember following several years ago.
Joel has a great story of how he became infatuated with bowhunting and the process that led him turning that into a career.
He has a very inspiring story and is a great follow for hunting content and information.
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In today's solo episode, I'm breaking down the few things that have made the biggest impact on my training, coaching, and health overall since I began this journey at 13.
There have been many such things, but the things I cover here are what have completely shaped my training style.
I hope you enjoy this one and thank you for the question via Instagram!
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A while back I wrote a guest article on for a website on the concept of Balance.
The way that I define balance in life between work, training, life, family, etc. is probably a bit different than what you usually hear. So for the solo episode today, I wanted to read and expand on the article that I wrote almost a year ago.
What is balance?
Is it even attainable?
If so, how?
I cover all of these things in the episode, and ...
Today's episode was a real treat for me as a strength history nerd. I am joined today James Fuller, of Strongman Archaeology.
James has been studying and performing the old time strongman lifts for years and his instagram page has fascinated me for a while now.
We go over a ton in this conversation;
This show today is, you guessed it, all about sleep! Sleep is inarguably the most vital component of health in my opinion, so I wanted to take this episode and give you guys my top sleep tips to improve your nights.
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Today my guest is Ian Strimbeck, founder of Rune Nation, LLC a self-defense and firearms training company.
Ian and I had a great conversation about the importance of preparedness, proficiency in self-defense, and the current state of the country.
There are a lot of takeaways in this episode and some really valuable advice from Ian on steps to take to be more prepared, hint- It's not getting another gun.
Today I'm breaking down a piece written by Steven Kotler on the concept of Flow.
Its a word that has become pretty trendy in recent years and I think Kotler's thoughts on it, and how to use it to be more productive and successful are brilliant.
I don't usually just read things out loud for a podcast but I thought it was important to analyze his actual words.
This one was fun, hope you enjoy!
Here is a link to the...
For today's episode I'm joined by my good buddy, Bo Sandoval.
Bo is the director of S&C at the UFC Performance Institute in Las Vegas, and has been in the strength field for over 20 years.
We had a great chat that touched all the corners of Bo's experiences coaching for the last 20 years and his love for the outdoors and hunting.
In this episode we cover:
-Bo's strong feelings about the current climate of th...
Today's solo show is a short Ask Me Anything episode with questions taken from the Instagram audience.
It was a little more light-hearted today, with less health and strength stuff and more nonsense.
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We've reached episode 50 of the podcast! And for this milestone I couldn't have picked anyone better to have a conversation with than Bert Sorin.
Bert and his wonderful wife Lesley are the proud parents of three children. Bert and his family, a family rooted in strength, have been entrenched in the human performance world for as far back as he can remember.
Growing up with a barbell in his hand has been pivotal in chartin...
Today's episode was one of my favorite that I've recorded since starting the podcast, mainly because this one was in person!
Austin Legg joins me today on the show to talk about some great lessons and motivation from his time spent hunting in the deep backcountry, usually alone.
Austin came out to the patio gym to get a true Nomad experience, Ice bath in the freezer followed by a kettlebell and sandbag training session pr...
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