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Best Scott Hambrick podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Scott Hambrick podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Matt Reynolds and Scott Hambrick discuss all things strength. Follow the podcast @barbell_logic on instagram and join the Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/barbelllogiccoaching. Contact Matt at www.barbell-logic.com @reynoldsstrong on IG, Twitter and Facebook. Contact Scott at www.barbell-logic.com @scott_silverstrength on IG.
 
Conversations with authors, teachers, creators, and community leaders that are carefully contemplating the nature and practice of classical education, aesthetic wonder, and Christian community. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Distilled Man Podcast gives you simple introductions to the essential skills you need to become a better man. Each episode we interview experts and thought-leaders that will motivate you to set a higher bar in your life. From practical tips on how to be a more refined man, to insights about social confidence and productivity, we give you the knowledge and tools to become the best version of yourself.
 
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Scott, Karl, and Brett Veinotte of the School Sucks Project continue their discussion of Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals: A Pragmatic Primer for Realistic Radicals. Picking up where they left off from last week, the trio polishes off the remaining rules on Alinsky's list. Scott says, “What he outlines here is pretty much the way things work. I do…
 
One rule? Nah, more like "one-rules." Andrew and Niki return to the podcast to chat about something more lighthearted -- their secret tricks to picking shoes, ordering better drinks at the bar, finding the best pizza, and much more. What one-rules do YOU have? It could be about anything. Email us at questions@barbell-logic.com! Discounts Barbell Lo…
 
Matt's on holiday celebrating his 20th anniversary, so Barbell Logic staff coaches Niki Sims and Andrew Jackson met via Zoom to talk about the role coaching has played in their development as both lifters and coaches. Both Andew and Niki have lifted for years now, and are advanced lifters, yet they still see value in regular coaching. While they ma…
 
Chris discusses how we might begin to acquire wisdom by asking questions of ourselves and of the world around us, reading books to acquire more understanding, and regularly applying what we learn to the problems we confront. As great thinkers like Charlie Munger and others have observed, the accumulation of wisdom comes slowly and patently, by refu…
 
Scott and Karl are joined by Brett Veinotte, creator of the School Sucks Project, for a special two-part discussion on Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals: A Pragmatic Primer for Realistic Radicals. Divided into ten chapters, Rules for Radicals provides 10 lessons on how a community organizer can accomplish the goal of successfully uniting disenfranc…
 
Matt and Scott are back with another round of Thursday Q&A. If you'd like to ask Matt and Scott a question, email questions@barbell-logic.com and we'll feature you on a future Q&A episode! Discounts Never buy toilet paper again! Save 10% off any bidet or bidet accessory from Tushy by going to: https://hellotushy.com/logic Want to try online coachin…
 
Men's style coach Tanner Guzy joins the show to share some tips for improving your style and making sure you are highlighting the physical gains you've worked so hard to make in the gym. Any time you mention style around a group of men, there's an inevitable mixture of bemusement, eye rolling, and genuine interest. Many guys proclaim (or perhaps co…
 
Matt and Chris discuss the reasons for living a life driven by a set of values which you can clearly identify and define. They discuss their own value systems, how they developed them, and how their life has been shaped by them. As always, Matt urges listeners to write down a list of their own life values, and identify the things that bring your va…
 
This week, Scott and Karl read and heartily discuss G.K. Chesterson's What I Saw In America. Chesterson was a prolific English journalist and author who traveled to America on a lecture tour of the US in 1921. What I Saw In America begins as a travelogue of his journey but eventually becomes an extended reflection on what makes a nation a nation. C…
 
Matt and Scott are back with another round of Thursday Q&A. If you'd like to ask Matt and Scott a question, email questions@barbell-logic.com and we'll feature you on a future Q&A episode! Discounts Never buy toilet paper again! Save 10% off any bidet or bidet accessory from Tushy by going to: https://hellotushy.com/logic Want to try online coachin…
 
Matt invites former STRONG Gym coach and now owner of GP Athletics in Springfield, MO, Spencer Graham, to the podcast to discuss how lifters can get started training in the sport of strongman. Strongman is probably the most entertaining sport in the world of strength and power. Athletes regularly perform feats of strength with brutally heavy object…
 
Matt and Chris discuss the value of making mistakes, owning up to them, and learning from them. Many people grow up afraid of making mistakes, and reluctant to own up to them when they do make them. Chris argues that this stunts our growth and creativity as humans, because mistakes are essential to the process of discovering new things. Discounts N…
 
What’s the proper cost of being a citizen? This week, Scott and Karl read and discuss Starship Troopers, written by Robert A. Heinlein in 1959. Labeled both a seminal and controversial military Sci-Fi read, this book is a provocative challenge that makes you think about citizenship, leadership, and moral philosophy. As the plot goes, a recruit of t…
 
Matt and Scott are back with another round of Thursday Q&A. If you'd like to ask Matt and Scott a question, email questions@barbell-logic.com and we'll feature you on a future Q&A episode! Discounts Never buy toilet paper again! Save 10% off any bidet or bidet accessory from Tushy by going to: https://hellotushy.com/logic Want to try online coachin…
 
Matt talks with Sam Pogue, VP of Brand at TrueCoach, about his journey building Barbell Logic into an online coaching powerhouse, and how he utilized the TrueCoach software platform to make it happen. This interview originally aired on TrueCoach TV -- link below: https://truecoach.co/thinking-remotely/5-steps-the-founder-of-barbell-logic-took-to-cr…
 
After taking the "Understand Myself" personality test based on the Big Five aspects, Matt and Chris take the Myers-Briggs and Enneagram to get a more comprehensive look at their personality types. As Matt says, the results of the personality test shouldn't be too much of a surprise, but if they are, perhaps that points to some areas you can work on…
 
This week, Scott and Karl put on their tin foil hats for a reading of George Orwell's 1984. Published in 1949, the enduring relevance in 1984 is hard to overlook. Of its message, Karl says, “There are definitely right stories to tell and wrong stories to tell. The wrong stories get pulled which is why I’m frustrated with George Orwell— you wrote th…
 
Matt and Scott are back with another round of Thursday Q&A. If you'd like to ask Matt and Scott a question, email questions@barbell-logic.com and we'll feature you on a future Q&A episode! Discounts Buy your mom the gift of strength this Mother's Day! Use the code strongmom at checkout to save 50% off your first month of our Classic or Premium Onli…
 
BLOC coach CJ Gotcher returns to the podcast to share how the Barbell Logic Coaching Academy has evolved and improved since he has taken over management of the curriculum. Discounts Buy your mom the gift of strength this Mother's Day! Use the code strongmom at checkout to save 50% off your first month of our Classic or Premium Online Coaching plans…
 
Following up from Episode #302, the tenth episode in the Principles series, Matt and Chris discuss the results of their personality test from "Understand Myself," an online test based on the Big Five Aspects of personality and developed by Dr. Colin DeYoung, Dr. Lena Quilty, and Dr. Jordan B Peterson in Dr. Peterson's lab. Understand Myself Persona…
 
This week, Scott and Karl read a collection of stories starring Conan the Barbarian, a series by Robert E. Howard. Known as the “Father of Sword and Sorcery,” Howard helped create this subgenre of fiction. To this point, Karl adds, "There is so much of your popular culture, dear listeners, that comes out of Conan." You think of other heroes that we…
 
Matt and Scott are back with another round of Thursday Q&A. If you'd like to ask Matt and Scott a question, email questions@barbell-logic.com and we'll feature you on a future Q&A episode! Discounts Never buy toilet paper again! Save 10% off any bidet or bidet accessory from Tushy by going to: https://hellotushy.com/logic Get 50% off your first mon…
 
Matt and Scott discuss several ways to modify linear progression for senior trainees. Seniors have many challenges to overcome when they first start training with barbells: low muscle and bone mass, low testosterone levels, obesity (others have very low bodyweight), lack of mobility in their joints, and a general state of deconditioning. Consequent…
 
Matt takes a moment to reflect on the things that are most important to him, and encourages you to do the same. For many life is moving at a slower pace right now (involuntary or not), and that means it's a good time to take inventory of the things that bring value and joy to your life, and the things that rob from your life. Discounts Never buy to…
 
This week, Scott and Karl read two short stories by Edgar Allan Poe. Poe’s stories are known for following many traditions of Gothic fiction, and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue" and “The Masque Of The Red Death” are no different. First, the duo dives into “The Masque of the Red Death” published in 1842. The story follows Prince Prospero's attempts …
 
Matt and Scott are back with another round of Thursday Q&A. If you'd like to ask Matt and Scott a question, email questions@barbell-logic.com and we'll feature you on a future Q&A episode! Discounts Never buy toilet paper again! Save 10% off any bidet or bidet accessory from Tushy by going to: https://hellotushy.com/logic Get 50% off your first mon…
 
Matt and Dr. Krista Scott-Dixon, Director of Curriculum at Precision Nutrition, discuss a challenge many are facing right now -- practicing good nutrition habits in this time of crisis. With families locked down and cutoff from their normal eating and exercise schedules, some have struggled to make healthy food choices. Dr. Scott-Dixon offers some …
 
Matt and Chris Reynolds discuss how self-honesty can be the key to personal and professional growth. Recognizing and acknowledging where you are weak can help you to find more fulfilling work, foster better family relationships, and help you find friends and mentors that are strong where you are weak. Personality tests mentioned in the episode: Enn…
 
In 1580, Michel De Montaigne is asked by the pregnant Madame Diane de Foix on what the best way of educating a child is. In his essay "Of the Education of Children," Montaigne provides her with a glimpse into his own upbringing, advising her on how children should apply their education to their own life. Karl warns, “I don’t think you should let an…
 
Productivity expert and YouTuber Thomas Frank joins the podcast to discuss strategies for working at home without sacrificing efficiency and productivity. Since many listeners are currently stuck at home during the lockdown, unable to work at their normal office, Matt invited Thomas to help us all make the most out of our "new normal." The first th…
 
David Puder, psychiatrist and host of the Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Podcast, returns to the podcast to address the fear, anxiety, and chaos that many are experiencing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Puder explains how cognitive distortions can skew our perception of the world and influence our emotions, and offers some ways you can "put your tho…
 
Matt and Chris discuss the simple yet surprisingly difficult concept of paying attention during work, and developing the disciple to ignore distractions. A commonality amongst many successful people is the ability to focus and get things done, even in the face of endless distractions. Matt and Chris discuss some techniques and concepts for those th…
 
This week, Scott and Karl are joined by Aristotelian scholar and OGB seminar host, John Pascarella. The trio talks about the not-so-obvious side of Jane Austen's novel, Pride and Prejudice. Austen’s Aristotelian ethical ideas are often overlooked by the majority of readers, but as Scott points out, "This isn’t a chick book. This is a people book. T…
 
Matt and Scott are back with another round of Thursday Q&A. If you'd like to ask Matt and Scott a question, email questions@barbell-logic.com and we'll feature you on a future Q&A episode! Discounts Get 50% off your first month of Standard, Premium OR Club plus a FREE gift card to help you build a home gym. Use code "april20" at checkout right here…
 
Bert Sorin of Sorinex Exercise Equipment joins the podcast to discuss how Sorinex is helping in the battle against COVID-19. Sorinex has a long reputation as a top of the line equipment manufacturer, and you can find their equipment in serious strength gyms around the world -- professional sports team gym, college facilities, and high end commercia…
 
Matt and his brother Chris Reynolds discuss how reading is a cumulative endeavor, so one's goal in reading should be to read well, to read for understanding, and with patience, knowing that the contents of one book will inform many others down the line. Connect With Matt Matt on Instagram Barbell Logic Online Coaching — Matt’s website Matt on Faceb…
 
This week, Scott and Karl discuss Schopenhauer's Metaphysics of Love. Among 19th-century philosophers, Arthur Schopenhauer was one of the first to contend that at its core, the universe is not a rational place. His view of love is no different— earnest but slightly unromantic. Scott sums up Schopenhauer's theory by saying, “Love is an experience yo…
 
BLOC master coach Michael Wolf returns to the podcast to talk about the many ways you can turn a relatively spartan training environment into productive training. Like many people across the world, Wolf has been stuck in his apartment under lockdown due to COVID-19, with only a couple kettlebells and some loadable dumbbells to train with. So, Wolf …
 
Matt and Scott reflect on the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic and how it impacts everyday activities, including training. Connect With Matt Matt on Instagram Barbell Logic Online Coaching — Matt’s website Matt on Facebook Matt on Twitter Connect With Scott Scott on Instagram Silver Strength – Scott’s website Scott on Facebook Scott on Twitter Conn…
 
Matt talks with his friend Eric Bandholz, CEO of Beard Brand, about the value of freedom and how it has shaped Eric's life and his company. https://www.beardbrand.com Connect With Matt Matt on Instagram Barbell Logic Online Coaching — Matt’s website Matt on Facebook Matt on Twitter Connect With Scott Scott on Instagram Silver Strength – Scott’s web…
 
This week, Scott and Karl read The Sound of Waves, a 1954 novel by the Japanese author Yukio Mishima. The novel follows Shinji and his romance with Hatsue, the beautiful daughter of the wealthy shipowner, on the island of Uta-Jima (Song Island). It’s a charming coming-of-age story, but as Scott points out, “There’s not a reformer in this book.” Do …
 
Barbell Logic Coach and VP of Coaching Excellence, Andrew Jackson presented a lecture to students at the March 2020 Professional Barbell Coach (PBC) Seminar on what being a professional barbell coach means. Many aspiring coaches get caught up in the nuts and bolts of training, programming, teaching, and cueing, while neglecting the business side of…
 
Over the last decade or so, the term Memento Mori has become rather well known. It's a call for men to wake up, get off their arses and seize the day. It translates as "Remember you are mortal" or "Remember that one day you will die". While this perspective is certainly needed, it's only 1/2 of the equation, and, I believe that it is actually makin…
 
Continuing from Episode #285, Scott expands on how he uses the MED Toolbox to troubleshoot problems that arise when programming in the MED (Minimum Effectives Dose) style. The episode begins by revisiting the SRA model and Zatsiorski's two-factor fitness/fatigue model. Then Scott discusses the most common presentation of programming problems in int…
 
Matt and Chris Reynolds discuss what they are doing with their families to stay healthy in both mind and body during the coronavirus quarantine. Connect With Matt Matt on Instagram Barbell Logic Online Coaching — Matt’s website Matt on Facebook Matt on Twitter Connect With Scott Scott on Instagram Silver Strength – Scott’s website Scott on Facebook…
 
Welcome, dear listeners, to a show that explores what it means to be human. Sound intriguing? This week, Scott and Karl read Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel Dune which is a book thought to be The Lord of the Rings equivalent in the science fiction genre. Scott expands, "In The Lord of the Rings, there’s something comforting and familiar about that world…
 
Confession time: I used to be in Amway. Yeah, it's a bit odd for me to even think back on that time. But, I was young and it was my first introduction to the concept of being successful. Coming from humble beginnings as I did, the idea of making it big was tremendously powerful. If nothing else, I learned how to dream for the future I wanted and sa…
 
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