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31 May Fabio Zonin And Paolo Evangelista – The Biomechanics Of Powerlifting

(#211) In a very unique English-Italian interview, Fabio Zonin and Paolo Evangelista, join me this week to discuss what's been called "the best biomechanics book for powerlifters ever written." "DCSS, Powerlifting for Power Lifters" is a cutting-edge biomechanics and strength training book written by engineer and Italian strength athlete, Paolo Evangelista. This interview is unlike anything else we've ever done on the show, as the episode is in both English and Italian. Fabio (StrongFirst Master Instructortranslates for Paolo to discuss his brilliant work and ideas on the biomechanics of strength training. Here's what you'll learn about this week:
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24 May The New Chapter In Strength Training

(#210) In this session, I'll give you an important update about the NEW vision and mission here on Rdella Training - and tell you a little about what to expect in the week's ahead on the podcast. This is an important episode to learn about the new focus and core philosophy. As always, you'll still get valuable tips and resources to consider in your training right now. Here's what I cover this week:
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22 May The “Gap” In Physical Therapy (Why Most Physical Therapists Don’t Understand Strength And What We Can Do About It)

I was recently talking to a top strength coach.

He was telling me about his experience at a strength seminar where he was doing a presentation for a group of physical therapists.

What he told me was that he was shocked to discover that the group of physical therapist’s had very little knowledge of barbell training - and strength training in general, for that matter.

As a former physical therapist, I was quick to point out that there was indeed an “educational gap” in the training for physical therapists (PT’s) and that I wasn’t surprised at all by his comments.

I do think the tide is changing in today’s world.

For me personally, I was a “lifter” long before I was a PT (I’ll talk more about that in a minute).

The Gap

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03 May Strength (Book) Club – 3 Must Read Strength And Performance Books

(#208) Welcome to "strength club." In this week's show, I take time out to review 3 recent strength and performance books I've read that can truly make a difference. As you may know, I am a voracious reader and I wanted to take this episode to share my own perspective and key learnings from 3 amazing strength training books. I'll also share specific ideas on how you can become a learning machine and give you my own key takeaways from 3 important books. I'll tell you why these are important additions to your education and development. Please let me know what you think about this episode and post your comments or feedback below as I consider how (and if) I'll do future shows like this.
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26 Apr Dr. Quinn Henoch – Weightlifting Movement Assessment And Optimization

(#207) Dr. Quinn Henoch, Doctor of Physical Therapy and Author of the NEW book Weightlifting Movement Assessment And Optimization, returns to the podcast this week to share amazing content and tell us about all about his latest work. Quinn is an amazing physical therapist, strength coach, athlete, speaker, writer and now published author - and he'll share everything you need to know about his new book and how this addresses "gaps" in the training library. This is a content-rich session that breaks down specifics on movement assessment and optimization for strength athletes. Here's what you'll learn this week on the show:
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24 Apr How To Have Beautiful Strength With The Turkish Get-Up

The more I learn about human movement and strength, the more I'm convinced of one thing. A well executed Turkish get-up (TGU) will make anyone who performs it better and stronger. It's beautiful strength. That is, moving better and moving stronger. It's being more resilient. How phenomenal is the Turkish get-up? While, I hate to use the word "magical" about any one exercise or approach, the Turkish get-up (TGU) is about as magnificent as I've seen. It's truly a "one-stop-shop" for many things. Here's a quick list of benefits from this "ancient" exercise:
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19 Apr Robb Wolf – Deconstructing Why We’re Wired To Eat

(#206) Robb Wolf, NY Times Best-Selling Author of The Paleo Solution and International Health Expert, joins the podcast this week. Robb is brilliant guy and shares some very specific insights and actions in this week's show about optimizing health. Robb was a guest on the show back in 2014 and makes a return visit to discuss his latest concepts on optimizing health through his "4 pillars" approach. You'll hear and learn about his latest book titled Wired To Eat and get specific practical applications to improve health and body composition. Here's what you'll learn this week:
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