In this week's session, I'll give you a brief recap of the 4th National Congress of Strength in Italy.
The congress was amazing and I'll tell you about in this week's show.
And, I'll share 3 key takeaways - the 3 simple "transformative" things I've done in recent years that have made all the difference.
This is another short, but important episode you'll want to check out.
Mobility, mobility, mobility.
We hear about it all the time and we all need more mobility, right?
Mobility is very important and I'm even working on a new program right now to improve mobility (although it actually addresses much more than that).
But what about stability and how important is stability in strength and performance training? Is mobility more important or is it stability that really matters most?
First, let's get a clear definition of each. Both mobility and stability have to do with our joints and this is important to understand.
I don't know about you, but when I think about training I think about being a high performer over a long period of time.
Take a minute to think about what I just said - being a high performer over a long period.
Isn't that the real goal of what we should be training for?
For me, this is a radical shift in thinking over the years when I look at my training.
A high performer is anyone that performs at high level in everyday life. It's anyone that operates closer to their physical potential on a consistent basis.
What does it take to be successful in your training? What does it take to get the absolute best results from a program or training regimen?
I've thought a lot about these questions and have also been fortunate to have had countless discussions with world-class authorities and experts all over the world in the fitness industry.
To be highly successful in health, fitness, and athletics, I think it comes down to the 8 Pillars of High Performance.
What's important to know is that when you have all of these pillars working for you - you can become unstoppable.
I want to keep you in the loop, so in this week's short episode, I'll share the latest happenings and what's going on behind the scenes at RdellaTraining.com.
There's a lot of exciting things going on right now, so I'll tell you about a few of them and where things are headed in the upcoming weeks.
I know this is an important, short episode you'll want to check out.
After a short sabbatical, this episode kicks off theRETURN of The Rdella Training Podcast.
I'm very excited to get the show rolling again with this episode.
In this session, I'll tell you what I've been up to and why I took off for the last 2 months.
I'll also share 5 major challenges that have put a kink in my training progress. These are common challenges and I'll share the solutions to get back on track in training and performance.
In this session, I answer some GREAT listener questions about programming, progressions, kettlebells, and even supplementation.
In addition, I also have a BIG announcement that you'll want to hear about as a valued listener of the RT podcast.
Strength Athletes, Hayden Bowe and Stefanie Cohen, join the podcast this week in phenomenal "live in-person" interview session.
In this session, I sat down with them "LIVE" in South Florida to do this amazing interview.
Hayden and Stefanie have a truly unique approach to training - and performance - as they're successful in both competitive Olympic weightlifting and competitive powerlifting.
You'll hear how they maximize their training approach with The Hybrid Performance Method.
Here's what you'll learn this week:
Dr. Stacy Sims joins the show this week to discuss the unique topic of gender differences in training and nutrition.
Stacy Sims is an environmental exercise physiologist, nutrition scientist, and specialist in performance nutrition and gender differences in athletes.
She's also the author the innovative new book "ROAR:How To Match Food And Fitness To Your Unique Female Physiology For Optimum Performance, Great Health, And A Strong, Lean Body For Life."
This session is filled with important training and nutrition nuggets, so you may want to listen through a few times to fully understand.
Here's some of what you'll learn about this week: