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05 Apr RT 204 | Max Aita – What We Can Learn From The Bulgarian Method

Max Aita, Head Coach at Juggernaut Training Systems, joins the show to discuss his key learnings from his personal experiences with legendary Bulgarian Weightlifting coach, Ivan Abadjiev (who recently passed away at the age of 85). Max is truly a wealth of knowledge and in this session, he brings insights you won't get from anyone else about the key principles of training and performance. This Max is a highly accomplished coach, athlete, weightlifter, and powerlifter who shares incredible knowledge and ideas discussing what we can all learn from the infamous Bulgarian Training Method.
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29 Mar RT 203 | Dr. Aaron Horschig – The Squat Bible, How To Master The Squat

Dr. Aaron Horschig, author of the new book "The Squat Bible," is the featured guest this week discussing the most debated movement on the planet - the squat. Aaron is a physical therapist, strength coach, strength athlete, and creator of Squat University - a growing educational website teaching principles of human movement and performance. This is a phenomenal interview with practical, actionable advice for every listener. I'm very excited to share this great session with you as The Squat Bible is on the verge of release! I'm looking forward to the new book and know you'll be as excited about it as I am. Here's what you'll learn this week:
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22 Mar RT 202 | How To Get Started With Olympic Weightlifting

In this session, I'll share a simple 4 step "framework" for getting started with Olympic Weightlifting. This valuable framework can also apply to any new skill you want to develop. I'll share my story of struggle with getting started with the Olympic lifts and why I think they're so valuable in the strength and performance equation. This is a "no-nonsense" guide for skill development and long-term training success.
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15 Mar RT 201 | Dr. Jonathon Sullivan – The Barbell Prescription

Dr. Jonathon Sullivan, co-author of the ground-breaking and important new book, The Barbell Prescription, joins the podcast this week for a phenomenal session that's not to be missed.

Dr. Sullivan is an MD, PhD and owner of Greysteel Strength & Conditioning where he specifically serves the "over 40" population. He has written and presented extensively on the topic of strength training and has a background as a researcher, as well as his medical expertise.

The Barbell Prescription may be one of the most important and comprehensive books ever written in the area of strength development - at any age. You'll learn about this incredible book - and so much more - in this valuable interview with Dr. Sullivan.

Here's what you'll learn about in this week's episode:

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08 Mar RT 200 | Celebrating 200 Episodes – Selected “Sound Bites” From 200 Podcasts

We celebrate 200 episodes of The Rdella Training Podcast! In this milestone session, I wanted to take some time to thank everyone for tuning in to the RT podcast and also talk about all the work that goes on "behind the scenes" to produce these episodes. I've been gearing up for #200 for some time and have some great "sound bites" for you from past guests and episodes to celebrate the milestone. This is a very cool episode and I'll also be very transparent in discussing things I've never mentioned before about the show.
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07 Mar How To Beat Low Back Pain (A Bulletproof Plan To Speed Recovery And Forge A Strong Back)

I've got quite a backstory. Literally. I'll give you the abbreviated "cliff notes version" if you haven't heard me discuss this before. I had a major low back injury many years ago in my training career (*severe L4-5 disc herniation with persistent radiculopathy that required surgery. Indeed, it did require surgery after conservative measures failed and symptoms worsened quickly and progressively). Fast forward to today. My back is doing extremely well, although it will never be 100%. In my opinion, you are never 100% anytime you have had a major injury. What was one of the worst experiences of my life ended up completely reshaping my training and my entire life in many ways that go way beyond the scope of this article. My injury was one of the key factors that led to me becoming a physical therapist (although I have since retired my role as a active clinician). Today, I'm strength coach and movement teacher that integrates my education and background as a PT.
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01 Mar RT 199 | Juliet Starrett – The High Performance Life Of A CEO, Mom, And Athlete

Juliet Starrett returns to the podcast to discuss her high performance lifestyle and how she balances life as a CEO, athlete, wife and mother of two. In this session, we dive into Juliet's own approach to training, her background as an athlete, her approaches to business and life, and so much more in this high-energy and rapid-fire interview session. She's been called "a killer business woman and the nicest person in the world." In short, she's pretty amazing and has a lot to share. The goal with this session was to really dig into what makes her so successful as an athlete, business person, wife and mom. Here's what you'll learn this week:
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