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I wrap up the final episode in this 4-part series with Mike Howard of Lean Minded this week. We touch on what Mike calls The 4 P's Of Progress: Practice, Patience, Persistence and Presence. Mike talks about these factors when it comes to food and I took a leaning towards exercise and strength training. A big shout out to Mike for being my guinea pi…
 
Mike Howard of Lean Minded is back with me again this week as we continue our 4-part series together. This week, we dive further into the nuance of food environment and how what we're exposed to can influence how and how much we eat. Mike and I talk about better ways to craft that environment so you can see better fat loss results. To learn more ab…
 
My new direction of the show continues this week as Mike Howard of Lean Minded returns for Part 2 of a 4-Part series. In this episode, we cover the concept of steps over leaps and why small changes may be more important, more sustainable and more realistic with fat loss over larger, perhaps more dramatic changes. To learn more about Mike's work: ww…
 
As I looked into the future for this podcast, I wanted to take the show in slightly different directions. I credit returning guest, Mike Howard of Lean Minded, to be the "guinea pig", if you will, for the first in a 4-part series. To hear our previous episodes together check out Episodes 64, 102, 159, and 221).This week, we kick off the series with…
 
Maybe it comes as little surprise to long-time listeners of the show but Leigh Peele makes her 6th appearance for the milestone 300th episode. You can also check out our previous conversations via Episodes 28, 118, 150, 200 and 215. She has been in the midst of a complete re-write of "The Fat Loss Troubleshoot" which will be released at the end of …
 
I'm joined this week by fellow coach Caroline Juster. In this episode, we talk about her journey from musician to personal trainer and her own weight loss transformation. Caroline talks about how she takes inspiration from both of those areas to inform how she coaches her clients to better success. We also talk about how her clientele and her appro…
 
I welcome research engineer and scientist, Chris Burres, of MyVitalC to the show this week. In this episode, we talk about the plethora of sleep aids, sleep devices and better sleep hygiene for individuals who could benefit from them. Chris also discusses how he got involved with MyVitalC and the potential for being helpful in that conversation. To…
 
I've been connected with B-Well Nation's Leslie Benedetto for several years and of many things we have in common within fitness we also have raised children with autism and have struggled with addiction leading into this industry. In this episode, we talk about the intersection of those factors, how her own business with group exercise has evolved …
 
Ned Parks has been a client and friend of mine for almost 3 years now and, within that time, he has not only referred friends and colleagues to the business but his wife and daughter have become a part of the community as well. In this episode, we talk about what inspired him to start, how he remains motivated to improve, where a tendency to fall t…
 
Last year, I had the pleasure of joining a group of fellow fitness professionals looking to understand how to maximize their mailing lists to help their clients. Tara Arndt led the way and she definitely knows what she's doing! Tara is the wife of Tim Arndt who made an appearance on the show way back on Episode #161. If you are a fitness profession…
 
I welcome Chris Kershaw a.k.a The Heavy Metal Strength Coach to the show this week. In this episode, Chris and I talk about coaching philosophies, thoughts on writing words that have an impact, how grief informs the work that we do, how he helps his clients thrive and how the UK's response to the pandemic made him a better coach. You can learn more…
 
Susan Niebergall joins me for the third time on the show (see Episodes 94 and 231) and this time around, we get to talk about her excellent new book, "Fit At Any Age: It's Never Too Late". We discuss the pitfalls she experienced with her own weight loss journey, how she had her "a-ha" moment and what we see affect our clients in practice. Susan's s…
 
Derek Saunders of Macros Inc. joins me this week for his debut on the show. In this episode, we talk about his journey into the industry and how his own story of weight loss informs how he coaches clients to this day. We also dive into the importance of better habits with weight loss, focusing on what we can personally control in life, trigger food…
 
A.J. Morton, of FitPro Mentorship Review, joins me this week on the show. In this episode, we talk about the origins of his Mentorship group and why it might matter not only to fellow fitness professionals but to those who hire us for professional services. This was a fascinating conversation and I think A.J. has done a fantastic job keeping this g…
 
Coach Ashley Day of Kick Ash Training joins me this week. In this episode, we talk about the mental obstacles that stand in the way of our progress and how a change of perspective can be the difference in whether we succeed with our goals or not. We also talk about how a foundation of strength and self-respect can be the best place to start. To lea…
 
Melody Schoenfeld returns for her 4th appearance on the show this week. You can check out episodes 88, 163 and 205 to hear her former appearances. This time, we get to chat about her new book "Diet Lies and Weight Loss Truths" which she co-authored with another veteran of this show, registered dietitian, Susan Kleiner. If you're looking for a great…
 
I am honored to welcome Coach Brendon Rearick to the show this week to chat about his brand new book "Coaching Rules". We get to touch on his fascinating story in the industry to date and the origins of his book. On the cover, are 4 bullet points that Brendon tackles in greater depth within the book. We break down each point and why they matter to …
 
It's been a long time since I've done a solo episode but due to some tech issues on my end, the show I had originally planned to release will be coming out next week instead. I give some more insight on that in today's episode. I also take some liberties with my most recent blog of the same title to give you some thoughts on how to make 2021 a grea…
 
I welcome Robert Linkul to the show for our final episode of 2020. Robert is the owner of Be Stronger Fitness and the creator of Training The Older Adult. In this episode, we touch on how the pandemic affected his brick-and-mortar business, how he has continued to improve the lives of his clients in light of those changes, and why his community has…
 
This week, I welcome the debut of coach Nick Zimmerman to the show. In this episode, we talk about what it was like for him to build his personal training clientele before the pandemic began. We also chat about how he transitioned his clients into the virtual platform and how they have thrived as a result. Nick talks about how authenticity and flex…
 
I have the great pleasure of welcoming Abby Langer to the show this week to talk about her upcoming book, "Good Food, Bad Diet". I was privy to an advanced copy and if you are already familiar with Abby's work, you'll know it's a great read. If not, we chat about the "core beliefs" section which comes at the beginning. Abby and I discuss the core b…
 
This week, I welcome Karen Love Lee to the show. Karen and I talk about how traumatic experiences like abuse, grief and addiction, even at an early age, can shape the way we look at life as adults. In this episode we talk about steps you can make to understand how it happens and some tips to help uncover it. To learn more about Karen's work: www.ka…
 
I welcome Lift The Bar's Head of Education, Gregg Slater, to the show this week. I have been continually impressed by the work Gregg has committed to the Lift The Bar community especially since the virus has affected coaches and their clients across the globe. In this episode, Gregg and I talk about better strategies for a 30-day lockdown program a…
 
This week, I welcome Chris and Eric Martinez to the show. We cover how trauma in their lives influenced their path into the fitness industry. We also talk about how there are lessons to be learned in 2020 whether you are a fitness enthusiast or a fellow coach who is trying to navigate this year and still be successful in reaching your goals. You ca…
 
This week, I'm doing another client spotlight with the debut of Georgeann Jones and her son, Alec Pinter. Georgeann started with me nearly two years ago and one of our common bonds is having sons with autism. Her son, Alec, recently started training with us as well and this episode is about their experiences and successes as clients of RevFit. We t…
 
My better half joins me on the show for the first time to talk about her own journey with strength and improving her health. We talk about her background on the stage as a lifelong performer and how motherhood has since transformed her. We discuss support systems, trigger foods, the importance of health in our family and the influence of our enviro…
 
Rog Law makes his triumphant return to the show for his third appearance this week (see Episodes #21 and #47). We catch up on what his life has been like in the nearly four years since he was last on the show. He's a married guy now and he's been working for Mark Fisher Fitness since we last spoke so we touch on that and how 2020 has been affecting…
 
The "Mary Poppins of Menopause" has returned! Amanda Thebe has released a brand new book called "Menopacalypse: How I Learned To Thrive During Menopause And How You Can Too". We had a great conversation back on Episode #166 and this time we dive even further into the pitfalls and solutions for women who are experiencing perimenopause and menopause.…
 
I was recently sharing time with Nikki Naab-Levy on her IG live about responsible fitness marketing and the conversation was so fascinating, I asked her to come back onto this show so we could compare thoughts on how we approach marketing in our particular stratospheres in the industry. Nikki has been on fire lately with her own content and I highl…
 
Darko Botic, of Macros Inc, returns to the show after a great chat back in February of 2018 (Episode #104). In this week's episode, we talk about what the last two years have been like for him. His coaching has evolved since we last spoke and we touch on if he feels his own weight loss journey of losing 200 pounds gives him an inherent advantage ov…
 
It's been a while since I've done a cross-promoted show but this week I wanted to feature my friend and client, Shon Christy, as he premieres his entry into the podcast world. Some may remember that Shon was my first "official" guest on this show and he was also featured in my most recent book "A Revolution A Day". Shon is a local mover-and-shaker …
 
It's been two years too long and Kate Galliett returns to the show. You can hear our first great conversation at Episode #123. In this episode, we talk about building unbreakable bodies, how we handle stress and learning how to make diet and exercise work into the chaos of our lives (especially in 2020). Download, subscribe, share with your friends…
 
James Krieger returns for his 4th appearance on the show this week. Check out Episodes #67, #79 and #159 for more of his insight. This week, we discuss his new book, co-authored with Michael Matthews: "Fitness Science Explained". In this episode, James and I dive into what you should consider when you're trying to understand fitness and nutrition s…
 
This week, I welcome Dr. Debi Silber to the show. Dr. Silber is the founder of the Post Betrayal Transformation Institute and is a holistic psychologist, a health, mindset and personal development expert, the author of the #1 bestselling book: The Unshakable Woman: 4 Steps To Rebuilding Your Body, Mind, and Life After a Life Crisis and her newest b…
 
I was first connected with Storme Gray through our very own Kimberly Young who was also recently on this show. Storme joins me this week to discuss her journey into and around fitness and how she has embraced powerlifting to enhance not only her strength but her life as well. Storme has so many great takeaways in this episode as we chat about how w…
 
Dan John joins me again for his third appearance on the show. You can reference Episodes #100 and #181 to hear those. This go-round, we discuss his brand new book "Attempts", Dan John University, the importance of habits, thoughts on fitness "hacks" and so much more. Dan John is always a guest you'll want to tune in for. Download, subscribe, share …
 
Initially, it was my intent to get as many of my clients on the show who had the desire to do so before I had a repeat performance back on. However, Erin's story I knew would resonate with so many of my listeners that I had to bring her back to talk about it. You can hear her first episode with me back at #179. This episode does have some explicit …
 
I'm joined this week by the owner of Rackhouse Whiskey Club, Dannie Strable. We veer slightly out of the norm with this episode but we cover a lot: a fondness for bourbon and whiskey, the story behind Rackhouse Whiskey Club, an appreciation for exercise and, of course, how the pandemic has affected his industry and how they've used their resources …
 
I'm honored to share time this week with Parmjit Kaur. She was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2008 and has spent her time since then undergoing a successful experimental procedure for MS, advocating for MS and learning how to rebuild her body through strength training. Special thanks goes to Jim W. for making the recommendation to connect wit…
 
I kick myself for not getting legendary coach, Lee Boyce, on the show sooner. That problem is solved with this week's episode. We cover a lot of ground in this episode: his evolution as a writer, learning how to recover and train around injuries, how he and his clients have been reacting to the pandemic and why the path to fitness success shouldn't…
 
I welcome back two returning guests and two great coaches: Melody Schoenfeld (Episodes #88 and #205) and Chad Landers (Episode #106). As they are both gym owners in the state of California, a state which has been more aggressive than most with lockdowns, I wanted to know more about how they've been reacting to the situation. Both Chad and Melody op…
 
It's a topic that is very close to my heart, having a son with autism. This week, I welcome Eric Chessen of Autism Fitness to the show. We talk about how he got started focusing on this incredible niche demographic and what eventually led to him creating two certifications to help trainers learn how to effectively coach individuals on all degrees o…
 
Alex Leaf returns to the show this week after a great episode he did last year, featuring wife Briana Theroux (Episode #187). This time, he's here to talk about his new program which he has put together with Briana and Ari Whitten called "The Fat Loss Blueprint". While there are many components to the program itself, I asked Alex specifically about…
 
This week, I'm back to another client spotlight to share time with our very own Kimberly Young. We talk about the events that led to her starting with us two years ago, what's kept her with us throughout that time and thoughts on improving the gym atmosphere to be more inclusive to black communities. She's been an awesome person to work with and yo…
 
I'm honored to be joined this week by fellow coach Chrissy King. This is her debut on the show and she has put together a timely and incredible workshop called "Anti-Racism For Wellness Professionals". There has been a lot happening socially and I'm very grateful to Chrissy for putting together an exhaustive and comprehensive project to help others…
 
Tony Gentilcore returns after a great first episode with his wife Dr. Lisa Lewis back on Episode #157. As of the recording of this episode, he is not only recovering from an injury but still dealing with business closure in the state of Massachusetts. We talk about why studios like his CORE and my RevFit should be considered different entities from…
 
Patrick Umphrey of Eat, Train, Progress fame returns for his 4th appearance and 4th year in a row of our Father's Day celebration (See episodes #70, #125, #195). As many know, he and I are both fathers to two children, one with special needs and one who is neuro-typical (Patrick has a son and daughter and I have two sons). In this episode we talk a…
 
Georgie Fear returns after some time away and three extremely popular episodes we've done together (#51, 81 and 121) and K. Aleisha Fetters returns with her (see episode #249) as they have recently released an awesome book they co-authored: "Give Yourself More". In this episode, we talk about why women have continued to be encouraged to be "less" a…
 
Kelly Coffey returns for her third time to the show (see episodes 72 and 137). Taking inspiration from a recent video she released to her audience, we dive into her take on the "three eater types". We discuss the pandemic, the eater types and a better understanding of how and why to draw boundaries around our eating behaviors. This is a can't miss …
 
I'm honored to welcome co-owner of Mark Fisher Fitness and Business For Unicorns, Michael Keeler, to his debut on the show. Mark was previously a guest back on episode #85 and it has taken me too long to get Michael on as well. This week, we discuss the evolution of MFF and the origins of Business For Unicorns as well as how they have adapted their…
 
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