04 Feb RT 105 | Matt Foreman – Bones of Iron (Part I)

Matt Foreman, author of Bones of Iron and Olympic Weightlifting for Masters, is this week's podcast guest. Matt has been a competitive weightlifter for 20 years and actively competes in various strength meets and competitions each year. Matt is a football and track and field coach in Phoenix, Arizona. His writing is featured on Catalyst Athletics. I'm honored and excited to share this great interview with you. This episode is the 1st half of a 2 part interview series.
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03 Feb Does Strength Training Ruin Our Joints?

If you're like me, you care about your joints. The last thing any of us would want is to have joint pain or any joint issues that limits us in any way. I’ve been thinking a lot recently about the effects of heavy strength training on our joint health. Does heavy training ruin our joints? This is a big deal if you think about the consequences of wearing down the joint surfaces and what that can mean for us in terms of pain, loss of mobility, and functional decline. This topic was prompted by a great podcast interview I had with Chad Waterbury. First, let me review some science. Then I'll share common sense and personal experience about this question so we can logically approach strength training for the long term.
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28 Jan RT 104 | Joe De Sena (Spartan Race CEO) Life Lessons and Living Your Legacy

Joe De Sena, the CEO of Spartan Race and author of the best selling book Spartan Up, is this week's podcast guest. Joe is a return guest to the podcast and this week is a truly an incredible interview session as we discuss his amazing life lessons, his new project, and how to live your legacy. This is a very different and "outside the box" interview as Joe shares amazing stories and resources for life success. Here's what you'll hear about in an amazing and powerful interview session:
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14 Jan RT 102 | Chad Waterbury Discusses High Frequency Training

Chad Waterbury is this week's podcast guest. Chad is a highly respected fitness writer, author, and coach who's known for his unique approaches to strength training, muscle building, and performance. He's worked with professional athletes, celebrities, and non-athletes producing outstanding results with his innovative training. Chad has written for many fitness publications, authored books, and has given presentations for major fitness organizations. Currently, he's pursuing his DPT (Doctor of Physical Therapy) degree at the the University of Southern California and his background and training is in the area of neurophysiology.
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12 Jan Best Strength and Conditioning Tool Under $100 (That’s Not a Kettlebell)

There are many great tools we have to hack body fat, improve cardiovascular conditioning, and build qualities of strength. A kettlebell is obviously one of them. But, there's one tool in particular I'm a huge fan of because it builds high levels of conditioning - fast. This awesome tool is also low cost and doesn't take any space to store away.
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07 Jan RT 101 | Gray Cook on Advances in Functional Movement (Part II)

Here's Part 2 of the interview with Gray Cook. Gray Cook, Creator of the Functional Movement Screen and author of the amazing book “Movement” is this week’s podcast guest. If you haven't heard Part I of this interview series, please be sure to go back and listen (episode #100). Gray is truly a pioneer in strength and conditioning, as well as rehabilitation, with his books Athletic Body in Balance and Movement. He’s also the Founder of Functional Movement Systems which promotes the concept of movement pattern screening and assessment.
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31 Dec RT 100 | Gray Cook on Advances in Functional Movement (Part I)

Gray Cook, Creator of the Functional Movement Screen and author of the amazing book "Movement" is this week's podcast guest. This episode marks the 100th episode of The Rdella Training Podcast and I couldn't be more excited and honored to share such an amazing and brilliant guest, the renowned Physical Therapist & Strength Coach, Gray Cook. Gray is truly a pioneer in strength and conditioning, as well as rehabilitation, with his books Athletic Body in Balance and Movement. He's also the Founder of Functional Movement Systems which promotes the concept of movement pattern screening and assessment. Before getting into the interview with Gray, I take a few minutes to reflect on 100 episodes of the show, recapping some of the great guests and show highlights, as well as discuss the vision of the podcast.
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