Stephanie Ring is the founder of Endure Yoga, a multi-sport athlete and the creator of Yoga For Strength. She's the first "yoga expert" to be featured on the podcast and she discusses some amazing content this week.
In this great session, Stephanie shares her unique and successful approach to incorporating yoga for the strength athlete. You'll get a complete understanding of why and how this fits into the strength athlete's program - and how this can greatly enhance performance and recovery.
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Scott Carney is an award-winning investigative journalist, anthropologist and multi-book author. WARNING: This is one of the most "mild-blowing" interviews we've done on the podcast to date. This information is for your background use only - please use discretion.
Scott is the author of 3 books, including a fascinating NEW book titled "What Doesn't Kill Us - How Freezing Water, Extreme Altitude, & Environmental Conditioning Will Renew Our Lost Evolutionary Strength.
In this session, we discuss Scott's personal journey to debunk these theories. What he experienced turned into a series of transformational events that improved his health and performance.
Adam Wolf (PT, LMT, FAFS) is this week's featured guest discussing his revolutionary approach to human movement.
Adam is a licensed physical therapist, massage therapist, movement teacher, and author of the new book "Real Movement, Perspective on Integrated Motion And Motor Control."
In this session, you'll learn about his dynamic, comprehensive, and innovative approach to human movement. If you're a "movement enthusiast" or want to know more about the importance of fundamental human movement, you'll love this episode!
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In the final episode of 2016, I wanted to share the 2 big things I'm doing right now that will set the stage for an amazing year ahead.
These are 2 simple things you can do to have a major impact in the upcoming months - and beyond.
We'll also celebrate a few highlights from last year and look forward to bigger, bolder things ahead.
Here's 3 important questions we should constantly be asking ourselves - about our training.
These are simple questions, but simple is not always common practice.
In addition to discussing the "3 questions," I'll share some gratitude as I look back at this year's podcast episodes and guests.
Aaron Alexander is the featured guest this week on the show. This session is "unconventional" and fast-paced as we cover some great topics and practical applications.
Aaron is the creator of Align Therapy and a fitness podcaster who's passionate about helping people maximize function and athletic performance through better movement.
He's a corrective exercise specialist who's had quite a journey in exercise training and you'll hear his unique approaches to improve movement and performance.
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Joe De Sena returns to the show this week in "The Return of The Spartan."
Joe's a great man and is now a 3-time guest on the podcast. He's the founder of Spartan Race, a multi-book author, ultra-endurance athlete, and mega-successful entrepreneur.
There's a lot that I admire about Joe, such as his mental toughness and grit, among many other strengths and attributes.
You'll get some of his latest insights and advice in this rapid-fire session.
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I've got a HUGE announcement in episode 186 - not to mention it's a cool episode to listen to...
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