Podcast

13 Apr RT 169 | Steve Kamb – The Hero’s Journey To A Great Life

Steve Kamb, author of Level Up Your Life and the Founder of Nerd Fitness, joins the podcast this week. For the past 5 years, Steve Kamb has transformed himself from wannabe daydreamer into a real life superhero and actually turned his life into a gigantic video game: flying stunt planes in New Zealand, gambling in a tuxedo at the Casino de Monte-Carlo, and even finding Nemo on the Great Barrier Reef. Steve’s book – Level Up Your Life teaches you exactly how to use your favorite video games, books, and movies as inspiration for adventure rather than an escape from the grind of everyday life. Steve has helped hundreds of thousands of everyday people through his popular website, NerdFitness.com, to lose weight, get stronger, and live better. During our discussion, Steve shares his inspiring journey and the steps he took to build a life worth talking about. In this interview, you’ll learn how to shift your mindset and prioritize your time so you can accomplish anything you set your mind to.
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06 Apr RT 168 | Shawn Stevenson – The Most Underrated Habit For Health And Performance

Shawn Stevenson returns to the podcast this week for one of THE MOST AMAZING interviews on the show to date! I’m extremely pumped and excited to have him back on the show for a second round. If you missed our first interview, definitely go back and check out episode 146 for more context around Shawn and his backstory. Shawn is a best selling author, creator of The Model Health Show, and Founder of Advanced Integrative Health Alliance.   His book – Sleep Smarter – is the ultimate guide to maximizing your sleep and health. It’s a comprehensive resource about creating smarter sleep strategies so you can improve your mind, body, and performance, plus practical solutions to help you get the best sleep ever!
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30 Mar RT 167 | Craig Ballantyne – How To Design Your Perfect Day

Craig Ballantyne is a HUGE success in the fitness industry and beyond. This week I’m really excited to share this interview with Craig who shares incredible value during this episode. I can't wait for you to dive into this one! Craig Ballantyne is the Editor of the world-renowned success website, Early to Rise since 2011. He’s also an international fitness expert, author of Turbulence Training, a contributing author to Men’s Health magazine, and a member of the Training Advisory Board for Maximum Fitness and Oxygen magazines. Craig is the creator of The Perfect Day Formula which is a complete step-by-step blueprint that anyone can use to achieve more freedom in less time and start living the perfect life. During this interview, Craig and I discuss some of the key aspects of his program, including productivity hacks, identifying what matters most, the 5 pillars to success, goal setting, and so much more. He also teaches you the importance of creating personal commandments, which will ultimately allow you to have more freedom in your life to do the things you’ve always dreamed of doing.
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23 Mar RT 166 | Danny Kavadlo – Fitness Minimalism With Calisthenics

Danny Kavadlo is this week's guest on the podcast and this interview is not only insightful, but inspiring. Danny has made his mark in the fitness world as a personal trainer, world authority in calisthenics, and Master Instructor for Dragon Door’s Progressive Calisthenics Certification. He is known for his minimalist philosophy, simple approach to training, and getting results for his clients. Danny’s book – Strength Rules - How to Get Stronger Than Almost Anyone – is a #1 Amazon best-seller and has been called the master blueprint for progressive calisthenic training. Whether you’re just starting out, or you’re a veteran to the strength game, this book will help you take your fitness and nutrition to the next level. During our interview, Danny and I discuss the new book, along with his unique path to succeeding in the fitness world. You’ll learn about his approach to getting his clients real world results and his philosophies in training and beyond.
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09 Mar RT 164 | Chris Duffin – Strength Training Is Practice For Life

Chris Duffin, world renowned powerlifter and coach, is this week’s featured guest on the podcast. Chris is an elite level powerlifter, coach, inventor, owner of Elite Performance Center, and founder of KabukiStrength.com. His goal is to inspire and motivate men to chase their dreams despite adversity - to think bigger, dream bigger, and BE bigger and stronger than they’ve ever thought possible. His most recent endeavor  – Kabuki.ms – is an innovative new web tool for learning and coaching proper movement patterns. I’m excited to talk with Chris today about his approach to training, coaching, and the movement principles that have become the foundation for his new online coaching tool, Kabuki.ms. Here’s what you’ll hear about in this week’s amazing episode:
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02 Mar RT 163 | Hot Topics In Kettlebells, Strength, And Programming

In this week's show, I answer some fantastic reader and listener questions about training and performance. You're guaranteed to learn something new in this week's episode where I'll chat about some "hot topics" in strength and conditioning. And I want your feedback on this - so post your big takeaway, comments or any questions below. In this week's show, you'l learn:
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24 Feb RT 162 | Greg Everett – Olympic Weightlifting, A Complete Guide

Greg Everett, Olympic weightlifting coach and multi-book author, is today’s featured guest on the podcast. Greg Everett is a national-level competitive weightlifter & coach, author, writer, producer, director, and founder of Catalyst Athletics, which is a the world’s largest source of educational material for Olympic Weightlifting. Greg is the author of the most popular book on Olympic weightlifting - Olympic Weightlifting: A Complete Guide for Athletes & Coaches - and has just launched the 3rd edition, which has been completely revised, improved, and expanded by 150 new pages.   During today’s interview, I talk shop with Greg about Olympic weightlifting, coaching, training, the 3rd edition of his book, and so much more!    Here’s what you’ll hear about in this week’s amazing episode:
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17 Feb RT 161 | Dr. Stuart McGill – How To Achieve Optimal Back Health

Dr. Stuart McGill, Professor of Spine Biomechanics, is BACK (pun intended), and is this week's featured guest on the podcast. Dr. McGill is a world-renowned lecturer and expert in spine function, injury prevention, and rehabilitation. He has written more than 300 scientific publications on lumbar function, mechanisms of low back injury, investigation of rehabilitation programs matched to specific categories of back pain patients, and the formulation of work-related injury avoidance strategies. He has also provided expertise on assessment and reduction of the risk of low back injury to professional athletes and teams around the world. Dr. McGill’s latest book - Back Mechanic - is a step-by-step guide to fixing back pain and his approach has helped thousands reclaim their lives. During this interview, you'll learn the truth about optimal back health, so you can improve your training performance and better achieve long term results.
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10 Feb RT 160 | Charlie Weingroff – Moving Beyond Training Equals Rehab

Charlie Weingroff, strength coach and renowned physical therapist, returns to the podcast this week. Charlie is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, a Certified Athletic Trainer, a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and an elite level powerlifter. Charlie’s DVD series – Training = Rehab – has redefined the language between rehabilitation and performance enhancement training. It is a “must-have” for every physical therapist, strength coach and personal trainer. Charlie’s no-nonsense coaching style will force you to start asking yourself tougher questions. You’ll walk away from this interview wanting to search deeper for more reliable answers that will make you a better athlete, coach, and overall person. In today’s episode, I talk with Charlie about his philosophies on training, coaching, and the importance of incorporating rehabilitation into your training. He also answers a few great listener questions. I greatly admire Charlie's "un-filtered" thoughts and opinions on training and performance.
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