Next up in the interrogation series is a fantastic new interview with Caine Folkes-Miller.
Caine is a 42-year-old management consultant who travels relentlessly, yet still finds time to train, eat healthy, and get great results from his programs.
Here's what you'll hear about in this quick, valuable interview:
There's a brand new study comparing muscle activation and power with the straight bar versus the hex bar deadlift.
Is one style or variation better than the other?
This study definitely sheds some light on that question.
And it’s also a really interesting and exciting study, so let's take a look.
The new study comes from the May 2016 issue of the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.
The title of the study is An Examination of Muscle Activation and Power Characteristics While Performing The Deadlift Exercise With Straight and Hexagonal Barbells.
David Joyce, a world leading expert in athletic performance and injury prevention, joins the show this week to discuss his approach to peak performance and preventing injury.David is the head of athletic performance for GWS (Greater Western Syndey) Giants in the Australian Football League in Sydney, Australia.He specializes in strength and conditioning, sports medicine science, nutrition, psychology, recovery, and rehabilitation. He has a Bachelor in Physiotherapy and Masters in Sports Physiotherapy, as well as in Strength & Conditioning. He’s been a part of two Olympic teams with China and Great Britain, and he’s worked in the English football Premier League.He is also the co-editor of two ground-breaking books – Sports Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation and High-Performance Training for Sports – together with Daniel Lewindon.
The next installment of the interrogation series features Jessica Aspiras.
After a very successful job in corporate America, Jessica left her job to pursue her true passion - a career in fitness.
Hear how she left the "corporate world" and put together a 6-week plan to pursue her passion.
She talks about her lessons from "corporate life" that were transferrable to her career in fitness.
Jessica has a great story and you'll get her key advice to take away from this short interview session!
Charlie “The Spaniard” Brenneman, is today’s guest on the podcast and he’s here to share his transformational life story, from classroom to cage. This is a fun and informative interview that I know you’re going to love! Charlie “The Spaniard” Brenneman is a professional mixed martial arts fighter, speaker, and mentor. Following a successful high school wrestling career, Charlie took his talents to Lock Haven University where he achieved a top 12 finish at Division I Nationals and 1st Team All-Academic. After teaching Spanish for three years and winning Spike TV’s Pros vs. Joes, Charlie decided to leave his job to pursue a master’s degree and begin his professional fighting career—“The Spaniard” was born. In 2011, he was ranked as high as #7 in the world.
The 3rd installment of the interrogation series features fitness professional and coach, Justin Grinnell.
Justin Grinnell is a strength coach, personal trainer, nutrition enthusiast, training facility owner, husband, and father. He's also the owner of State of Fitness in East Lansing, Michigan.
In this short interview session, you'll hear:
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.
The next short interview in the interrogation series features Jim Hatcher.
Jim has an amazing story and mission, not only because he's 74 years young, but because he's got a powerful message for all.
And if Jim can do it, anyone can! Here's what you'll hear about in this short session: