11 May Dr. Eric Goodman – True To Form With Foundation Training

(#173) Dr. Eric Goodman joins the show today to talk about optimizing movement patterns, so you can build a solid foundation for strength and overall health. Eric has spent years studying human physiology and movement. He has trained world-class athletes for better performance and has helped heal people of all ages and occupations from lifelong debilitating pain. As the creator of Foundation Training, Eric combines his experience as a strength coach, personal trainer and Chiropractor to create a simple strengthening program that facilitates the body’s natural healing ability and quickly improve degenerative movement patterns. His new book - True to Form: How to Use Foundation Training for Sustained Pain Relief and Everyday Fitness - will show you how to transform ordinary physical actions into active and mindful movements that help to eliminate pain, boost energy, and strengthen the body. By harnessing the body’s natural movement patterns, you can be fit, healthy, and pain-free for good.
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04 May Dr. Zach Long – Strength And Performance Meets Physical Therapy

(#172) Dr. Zach Long, Founder of The Barbell Physio, is this week's guest on the podcast. He joins the show to talk about strength and performance as it relates to his approach as a physical therapist. Zach is a Doctor of physical therapy, strength and conditioning coach, mobility expert, and Founder of The Barbell Physio. He specializes in improving athletic performance and injury rehabilitation of athletes of all skill levels. His expertise is sought out by high-level athletes in Olympic weightlifting, CrossFit, professional bodybuilding, the NFL, and elite runners and swimmers. In this episode, Zach teaches you how to break down movement and identify limitations to achieve maximal results.
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29 Apr (IS 01) A Passion For Training With “Kat” Tabakova

(Interrogation Series #1) This is the first interview of the Interrogation Series on The Rdella Training Podcast.

The Interrogation Series features "real world" stories and lessons from amazing people of the Rdella Training community.

This is a GREAT interview to kick things off as Ekaterina "Kat" Tabakova shares her inspiring story and "lifestyle ninja" approach to training.

This short, rapid-fire interview is content-rich with awesome resources and takeaways for every fitness enthusiast or coach - including an incredible resource to profile your approach to training (you have to hear about this one).

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27 Apr Greg Nuckols – A Masterclass In The Squat

(#171) Greg Nuckols, Founder of Strengtheory, joins me on the podcast this week to talk all about squatting - and so much more. Greg is a strength coach, world-class drug free powerlifter, fitness writer, and creator of Strengtheory. His passion is synthesizing scientific research and in-the-trenches experience to stay at the forefront of the strength game, and to become the best coach and athlete possible. With best lifts including a 755 lb squat, a 475 lb bench press, and a 725 lb deadlift, Greg has become one of the strongest drug-free athletes in the world. During this interview, Greg and I drill down on some of the most frequently asked questions people have when it comes to the squat. You'll learn key insights about spine extension, bracing techniques, common mistakes, and most importantly, how to experiment with your training so you can figure out what works best for you. If that wasn’t enough, Greg also shares phenomenal resources that can help your training right now.
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20 Apr Kelly Starrett – How To Free Yourself From Being Deskbound

Dr. Kelly Starrett returns this week as a 4-time guest on the podcast to talk about a critical topic for enhancing your health and living a better life. Kelly Starrett is a movement teacher, strength coach, visionary physical therapist, international speaker, and co-founder of MobilityWOD.com, which has transformed how athletes think about human movement and athletic performance. His first book, Becoming A Supple Leopard, is a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller and was one of the 100 Most Notable Books in 2013 on Amazon. His most recent book (co-written with his amazing wife Juliet and Glen Cordoza) – Deskbound: Standing Up to a Sitting World – unveils a detailed battle plan for surviving our chair-centric society. This book provides creative solutions for reducing the amount of time you spend on your backside, as well as providing strategies for transforming your desk into a dynamic, active workstation that can improve your life.
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13 Apr Steve Kamb – The Hero’s Journey To A Great Life

(#169) Steve Kamb, author of Level Up Your Life and the Founder of Nerd Fitness, joins the podcast this week. For the past 5 years, Steve Kamb has transformed himself from wannabe daydreamer into a real life superhero and actually turned his life into a gigantic video game: flying stunt planes in New Zealand, gambling in a tuxedo at the Casino de Monte-Carlo, and even finding Nemo on the Great Barrier Reef. Steve’s book – Level Up Your Life teaches you exactly how to use your favorite video games, books, and movies as inspiration for adventure rather than an escape from the grind of everyday life. Steve has helped hundreds of thousands of everyday people through his popular website, NerdFitness.com, to lose weight, get stronger, and live better. During our discussion, Steve shares his inspiring journey and the steps he took to build a life worth talking about. In this interview, you’ll learn how to shift your mindset and prioritize your time so you can accomplish anything you set your mind to.
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10 Apr How To Excel In Anything And Avoid Being Average

There's no doubt that one the biggest training mistakes when I started out was that I wasn't training to improve my performance. I was training for other reasons. Honestly, I never understood the importance of technique or pursuing the path to mastery. Today, it's a completely different story and I want to share with you a lesson I wish I knew years ago. The greatest thing about chasing excellence is that you can perpetually improve yourself, your skills, your results, and your life in so many ways. In today's world, the truth is that people mostly live without developing themselves physically anywhere near their full potential. Why?
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