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Unconventional Weight Loss is all about losing weight in both an ancestral - and scientific way. Suz Crawt interviews experts on the mind and body covering issues like hormones, psychology, paleo eating, low carb, gut health, thyroid, adrenal fatigue - and so much more. With lots of success stories, if you've been struggling to lose weight the conventional way - it's time to lose weight the unconventional way. Find show notes, transcripts and all the resources you'll need at http://unconvent ...
 
The Rdella Training® Podcast is brought to you each week by Scott Iardella, Author of The Edge of Strength. The Rdella Training Podcast is a weekly professional podcast dedicated to helping people of all levels train smarter, improve performance, and discover the best version of themselves through a foundation of strength. An innovative strength & performance podcast for today's serious fitness enthusiast. High-quality content, expert interviews, and unconventional topics to get results. Lea ...
 
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(#287) In this episode, you'll get 3 key tips to immediately improve your kettlebell swing. I wanted to give you some specific, actionable training advice - no matter where you are in your training. While the hardstyle - or Russian - kettlebell swing seems like an easy exercise, there are always ways we can continuously refine our technique to get …
 
(#286) Training, work, family, projects. Is there such a thing as a balanced life? In this week's session, I had a great question from our community member Anthony who wanted me to open up about how I train and achieve work-life balance. Here's the truth, life balance (or work-life balance) is a myth. There's no such thing. But this is actually goo…
 
(#285) Matt Wan, the dynamic CEO and Founder of Momentous, joins the show this week. Matt shares his story about getting started in training and what he learned at a very young age about the importance of nutrition. His story is what ultimately drove him to "make a difference" and do something bold to disrupt the sports nutrition industry. Here's w…
 
(#284) In this week's episode, I discuss overcoming (minor) injuries to get back to pain-free performance. There is almost nothing as frustrating as dealing with nagging injuries and trying to train, right? You'll learn about the 4 stages of overcoming injuries and the key things I've learned and experienced through decades of training. This simple…
 
(#283) In this week's episode, I'll share the story about the fitness workshop that literally changed my life. By making a simple decision to sign up for a one-day kettlebell training workshop, little did I know that it would change my life and lead me down an entirely new path over the last 10 years. This one experience was the "big domino" that c…
 
(#282) Josh Hillis is our featured guest this week who joins the show to discuss the truth about what it takes to achieve sustainable fat loss. Josh is a renowned nutrition coach who specializes in habit-based, positive changes and has helped countless people reach their health and fitness goals for more than 10 years. He's also the co-author of Fa…
 
(#281) Ron McKeefery is our featured guest this week in a stellar interview session that covers his latest work, as well as actionable strategies for productivity and high performance. Ron McKeefrey is an internationally recognized strength and conditioning expert, author, teacher, leader, father, and so much more. Coach McKeefery is making a retur…
 
(#280) Tim Anderson returns to the podcast this week in our best interview to date. (Honestly, this one is amazing, folks!) Tim is the co-founder of Original Strength and the author of several great books about how to restore human movement. His latest book is titled "The Becoming BulletProof Project" and you'll learn all about his great new book t…
 
(#279) Renowned strength coach and multi-book author, Dan John, returns to the podcast to discuss his latest book, 40 Years with a Whistle. Dan John is one of the top coaches in the industry and a person who has impacted me personally at a very high level, both as an athlete and coach. His books are some of the most highly-utilized resources in my …
 
(#278) In this week's session, I'm going to discuss a topic that is near and dear to me. Youth Sports. As a parent, coach, and sports spectator myself - there are clearly issues that need to be discussed. This session is for parents and coaches to better understand a few of the big problems associated with youth sports today. I'll discuss some prob…
 
(#277) Jason Khalipa, World Champion Athlete, Entrepreneur and Author of the new book As Many Reps As Possible, joins the podcast this week to discuss the winning mindset that has made him so successful in his many endeavors. Jason Khalipa is a CrossFit World Champion, first-time book author, and lifelong competitor. He's a devoted father of two an…
 
(#276) Dr. Eric Trexler joins the show this week to discuss the science and practice of bodybuilding, as well as share key advice for improving body composition. Dr. Eric Trexler is the Director of Education at Stronger by Science. He is a natural pro bodybuilder, researcher (recently completing his PhD with more than 30 publications), and is a pas…
 
(#275) Renowned speed coach and expert, Lee Taft, joins the show this week to discuss what everyone needs to know about how to develop speed. Lee Taft, known to many as “The Speed Guy” is highly regarded as one of the top athletic movement specialists in the world. The last 30 years, he has devoted the majority of his time training multi-directiona…
 
(#274) Dr. Fergus Connolly is the world’s leading sports scientist. He has authored 2 books, Game Changer and the new book, 59 Lessons. I’m extremely honored and humbled to have Dr. Connolly return to the show to discuss his latest work and share his life lessons. His first book, Game Changer, was the first blueprint for coaches to present a holist…
 
(#273) Pavel Macek, Master StrongFirst Instructor and founder and chief instructor of KB5 Gym, is this week's podcast guest where we had a fantastic chat about training principles and unconventional methods to become resilient, strong, and your best self. Pavel was the first StrongFirst Certified Instructor in Czechia, Central Europe. He is also an…
 
(#272) The guest this week is Sara Hendershot, a two-time World Champion rower and 2012 Olympian. In this session, Sara shares her fascinating story of overcoming chronic injuries to become strong and resilient by focusing on strength and movement. She covers the specific challenges she faced and what she did to address weakness and injury. Sara is…
 
(#271) Erwan Le Corre, the creator of MovNat and author of the NEW book The Practice of Natural Movement, is the amazing guest this week on the podcast. Erwan Le Corre is the founder of “MovNat”, a synthesis of his long-term passion for real-world physical competency, his love of movement in nature, his extensive knowledge of Physical Education his…
 
(#270) Josh Henkin returns to the podcast to share a comprehensive "masterclass" about the benefits and uses of ultimate sandbag training. Josh Henkin is a CSCS with decades of experience. He is one of the most respected names in fitness and his innovative Dynamic Variable Resistance Training (DVRT™) has allowed him to present in more than 13 count…
 
(#269) In the final episode of 2018, I'll share 7 key lessons as I look back and reflect on the past year. These "life lessons" are the big things that came to my mind as sat down to review the past. I believe these lessons can be useful for any listener to get set for an amazing year ahead. I also took some time to thank everyone that has been a p…
 
(#268) Listen to this week's session to learn how to easily and effectively plan your strength, health, or performance goals for the next 3 to 6 months with the 1-page strength plan. I'll share the 7 key questions you need to be answer to set yourself up for focused training so that you stay on track to accomplish the big, bold goal you want to ach…
 
(#267) Pat Flynn returns to the podcast this week for a stellar interview covering a variety of topics, including how to be better at almost everything. Pat shares his unique approaches to minimalism and generalism and why these are such good things. Pat Flynn is a 'fitness minimalist' and co-author of the book Paleo Workouts For Dummies. He has wr…
 
(#266) Gratitude is a powerful thing. How often do we really take time to reflect on all the great things in our lives that we are grateful for? Probably not enough. In this week's short session, I'll explain how using the practice of gratitude amplifies your life and helps you "win the day." Learn the simple way to use gratitude in daily practice …
 
(#265) Strength coach Dustin Rippetoe joins the podcast this week to discuss the biggest life challenge he's had to deal with and how he finds strength to move forward. Dustin has a long history as a kettlebell instructor. He has been devotedly training with kettlebells since 2004 and has been a certified kettlebell instructor under Pavel Tsatsouli…
 
(#264) Dr. Robert Pastore, PhD, CNS, is the founder, Chief Science Officer and CEO of Vitalere and its sub-brand, Modus Nutrition. In this session, Dr. Pastore shared some of his vast experience and knowledge about optimizing human health. We spent the majority of our time on an in-depth and comprehensive discussion about protein, specifically look…
 
(#263) Coach Johnny Parker has been one of the most highly-regarded strength coaches in the NFL with an accomplished list of success. He's also the co-author of a NEW book titled "The System," which outlines his approach to program design in which he produced some of the strongest, high-performing, and durable athletes in the NFL. His list of accom…
 
(#262) Atomic Habits is a new, breakthrough book by James Clear and it's about how small changes make the biggest difference. Habit development is something that can have a major impact on all of our lives in nearly every way possible - health, business, family, and so much more. It's been a while since I've done a book review on the podcast and I …
 
(#261) The first rule of great training is to "do no harm." Train safe has been my unbreakable first rule for strength training and I've personally learned the importance of this the hard way. In this session, I'll discuss 7 ways we can work to minimize risk for injury with strength training. While the risk for injury is inherently small with stren…
 
(#260) Danny Sawaya joins the show this week. Danny is the Founder and owner of Tucson Strength and Tucson Barbell Club in Tucson, Arizona. He is a Strong First Team Leader, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and FMS level 2 certified specialist. His athletic background spans from being a competitive powerlifter to competing in marathon…
 
(#259) Jeff Pelizzaro is this week's featured guest. Jeff is a licensed physical therapist, golf fitness professional, and authored the #1 Amazon Best-Selling book The Golfer’s Guide to a Bogey Proof Workout. He’s the co-founder of 18STRONG, a golf fitness website and podcast where the mission is simple: Help golfers Train Harder, Practice Smarter,…
 
(#258) Tim Anderson, multi-book author and co-creator of Original Strength, returns to the podcast this week. In this week's session, we discuss practical ways we can all move better, feel better, get stronger, and live a better life. The methods he teaches are simple, scalable, and valuable for all. So, this week Tim came back to the show to tell …
 
(#257) Sue Falsone, author and performance training expert, joins the podcast this week for an in-depth discussion about her latest work. Sue Falsone is the Founder of Structure and Function Education and Falsone Consulting and she's a return guest on the podcast. She has an amazing background in Athletic Training, Physical Therapy, and Strength & …
 
(#256) Dr. Ryan DeBell, founder of The Movement Fix, joins the podcast this week for a fantastic discussion about human movement. Dr. DeBell is a chiropractor, seminar leader, writer, and creator of The Movement Fix. The Movement Fix is an educational website that teaches us how to master our body through better movement. Here's what you'll learn a…
 
(#255) What are the best exercises for strong, powerful, healthy shoulders? In this session, I'll discuss 7 proven exercises to keep your shoulders supple and strong. While there are many considerations when strengthening the shoulders, I'll share what I have found to be most valuable in recent years to maintain strong and injury-free shoulders. If…
 
(#254) Does the latest research shed new light on the overhead press? Or is this shoddy science that leaves little practical application? In this episode, I'll discuss some of the latest kettlebell science. Unfortunately, this study had a major flaw and I'll tell you what it is and why it's important to understand the limitations of a study like th…
 
(#253) PJ Nestler returns to the podcast this week to discuss his role as Director of Performance with XPT. This session is not only cutting-edge, but it's filled with ideas and next steps to optimize health and performance - at any level. Coach PJ is a human performance specialist with over a decade of experience preparing top athletes for competi…
 
(#252) What's the difference between training for maximum muscular development and true strength training? Yes, this is often misunderstood. Thanks to a great question from Ian (one of our loyal listeners to the podcast), I wanted to answer this question in detail - especially since I'm a former bodybuilder. While it's true that resistance exercise…
 
(#251) Strength training over 40 is our big topic this week on the podcast. In this week's episode, we'll explore 10 ideas that are important considerations for the "over 40" strength training enthusiast. I'll discuss the ideas and actionable takeaways. Here's the 10 topics we discuss in this episode as they relate to strength training: Specific re…
 
(#250) In this session, I'll answer some common kettlebell training questions. It's been a while since I've done a listener Q & A session, so here's some detailed answers to some great questions I've received recently. Here's the questions and topics discussed in the episode: Can you really build muscle by using kettlebells? (Still a common questio…
 
(#249) Here's part II of the "pillar" content series. If you haven't heard part I, please go back and listen to episode 248 before listening to this session so that you better understand the full scope of content. In this episode, we'll discuss the critical NEXT STEP you must do to make your training easy and effortless. If you struggle with motiva…
 
(#248) Let's call this a "pillar episode" here on the podcast as we dive into the psychology of your training. This is part 1 of a 2-part podcast series for all serious fitness enthusiasts. And coaches, you'll benefit from this, too. In this episode, we'll discuss the first critical step you must do to make your training easy and effortless (no I'm…
 
(#247) After a 2 month hiatus from the podcast, this week's episode covers the latest happenings and explains why the layoff. Most importantly, I'll tell you about the future of the podcast. Please be sure to take a listen this week and hear what's been going on and learn about what's coming. Please take a minute to review the show. It’s fast and e…
 
(#246) In this short episode, I'll tell you why it's a good idea to take a step back when you want to move forward with something. That's exactly what I'm doing with the podcast right now. I'll tell you the 4 reasons why the podcast is 'off schedule' these days - and why this is actually a good thing. Sometimes you have to take a step back, when yo…
 
(#245) Fitness professional Jason Pak joins the show this week to discuss his no-nonsense approach to helping people achieve their fitness goals. Jason and his wife Lauren opened Achieve Fitness Boston in 2012 after realizing that there were not enough gyms out there who truly cared about...
 
(#244) Katie Gould is a highly successful gym owner in Philadelphia. She’s the founder of KGStrong, which was recently voted the “Best of Philly” and she caught my attention because of her unique approach to health and fitness in the gym business. Katie’s approach blends...
 
(#242) Dominic Matteo is our guest this week. In this week’s session, Dominic openly shares his own story of transformation and struggles in overcoming obesity. Dominic is now a top coach at Precision Nutrition. Once morbidly obese, Dominic shed over 100 pounds and discovered a deep...
 
(#241) Aaron Jannetti is our gracious guest this week on the podcast and we cover an important (and uncomfortable) topic. Aaron is the author of the book, “How To Survive An Active Killer: An Honest Look At Your Role In The Age Of Mass Violence.”...
 
(#240) Josh Trent and Dr. Tim Brown join the show this week to discuss breath, posture and intentional movement. Dr. Tim Brown is the Founder of IntelliSkin, a human technology company, and the Co-Medical Director for the World Surf League. Tim is a world-renowned Chiropractor and Movement...
 
(#239) Ben Pakulski is the featured guest this week and he shares great perspective on his unconventional approach to muscle building. This is actually a deep conversation covering a lot more than just muscle building. Ben is a IFBB professional bodybuilder (now retired) who helps people...
 
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