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 Podcastand 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.
It's that time where I review the top 5 "fitness" books I've read over the last year.
This is my 3rd annualreview of the top 5 books of the year.
While it's never an easy decision, this year was extremely difficult based on the number of great books I've read.
Josh Hillis is the featured guest on this week's podcast and the topic is Fat Loss.
Josh is a fat loss expert and he is the co-author of a great new book titled "Fat Loss Happens On Monday."
The book was co-authored by Dan John and it's a powerful, habit based approach to hacking fat body fat.
Here's what you'll hear about this week in episode #99:
Is there anything more debated in fitness than the squat?
Is there anything more fundamental in fitness that the squat?
The squat and it's variations are regarded as one of the most effective , if not the most effective exercise, to build total body strength and enhance functional and athletic performance.
When I started training years ago, the squat was always one of my favorites and still is.
Gary Ward is a pioneer in human performance and he’s the featured guest in this podcast episode.
This is Part II and a SPECIAL EDITION of the amazing interview with Gary.
Gary is the author of an incredible book titled “What The Foot” which is a “game changing” philosophy on human movement to eliminate pain and maximize potential.
It's very important that you listen to Part I (episode #97) to fully understand the information in this session.
Gary Ward is a pioneer in human performance and he's this week's amazing podcast guest.
Gary is the author of an incredible book titled "What The Foot" which is a "game changing" philosophy on human movement to eliminate pain and maximize potential.
This session is the literally the "cutting edge" in performance and we covered a lot of ground in this interview, yet we truly only scratched the surface on his philosophy.
This interview is split into 2 episodes (Part I and Part II) because of the depth of information covered and I wanted listeners to be able to absorb the high value content and brilliant insight that Gary shares.
What are the hottest fitness trends for 2015?
In this week's show, I'll share the latest research about the top fitness trends for the upcoming year.
This is the 2nd annual podcast episode discussing emerging trends in the fitness industry and it's important to understand where things are headed.
There are fads and there are trends.
Minimalist kettlebell workouts are time efficient - and simple.
They're also extremely effective.
Obviously, time can be an issue for many of us and sometimes we just need to get in a quick training session.
So, here's a streamlined 3 day a week training program built around the kettlebell fundamentals.
Simple, efficient, and effective.