I remember not too long ago interviewing Dan John for the podcast.
In the interview, he mentioned that he had a coach to help him with his training.
I was shocked that even Dan John had a coach, but quickly realized how right he was.
You see, we all need a coach, no matter what level we're at.
We all need a coach to get to the next level - assuming you want to actually get to the next level and I'm sure you do.
Here's 7 reasons why we all need a coach.
(#134) Chip Conrad is this week's featured guest. It's a session you have to hear because there are so many great take-aways.
Chip is a strength coach, movement expert, athlete, speaker, and writer.
He's the founder of BodyTribe.com.
One of his projects is the great DVD he created with Dan John titled "How to Create The Holistic Athlete."
This is a raw, honest interview loaded with content.
Here's what you'll learn in this week's show:
(#133) Becca Borawski Jenkins, Managing Editor of the wildly successful Breaking Muscle joins for a great interview session this week.
We discuss the evolution of Breaking Muscle, her training journey, and she shares unique success tips and strategies for writers.
We covered many great topics in this informative interview.
Here's what you'll hear about this week:
(#132) This episode is unlike any other.
This week's show is about the inner game and the battles with ourselves - You Vs. You.
You've got to hear the episode to understand what I mean.
In this episode, I'll put back the veil and openly discuss some of my own struggles and battles.
Here's some of what we'll cover this week:
(#131) Artemis Scantalides is the featured guest this week.
Artemis has an accomplished athletic background and discovered the unique benefits of kettlebell training, which transformed her training approach.
Artremis is a fitness professional who focuses on strength and performance using the principles of kettlebells and the hardstyle approach.
She's a Strong First Level 2 kettlebell instructor, as well as RKC level 2 certified and other notable fitness credentials.
She also created her own workshop series and is doing innovative things in the fitness industry to help people improve strength and achieve a variety of fitness and performance goals.
Quinn Henoch, physical therapist and strength coach, is this week's featured guest on the podcast in a mind-blowing, content rich interview session.
Quinn has a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Indianapolis and is the head of rehabilitation for Juggernaut Training and Darkside Strength.
This is an amazing interview loaded with great insight for athletes, coaches, therapists, and fitness enthusiasts wanting to know more about the role of rehab and strength performance training.
Here's some of what you'll hear about this week:
Matthew Ibrahim is this week's podcast guest and he'll share his simple movement and mobility approach to performance training.
Matthew is a dynamic strength coach, movement teacher, writer, group leader and creator of Mobility-101.comwhich isan educational platform to help bridge the gap between rehabilitation and performance.
Here's what you'll hear about in this week's show: