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This is a podcast for those who want to become the best version of themselves. You know that you are better than where you are, but you may feel stuck, lack motivation, or need a little advice to get over that hump. You're in luck because Dorian shares personal development, goal achievement, and motivational tips in a practical way so that you can apply them right this moment. If this sounds like you, dive right in, and let's get you on track to being the person you've always envisioned your ...
 
If it’s happening, Dorian Jones has an opinion about it. #Basically is all about today’s hottest topics ranging from celebrity issues to just plain life. Listen in as Dorian gives his view on today’s topics while also sharing about himself along the way!!
 
High Intensity Business is a high intensity strength training and strength training business podcast offering content to help you realise your health goals, become a great personal trainer, and build a successful HIT business. Content includes training protocols, workouts, exercise science, nutrition, and biohacking. From a HIT business perspective, we cover personal training, coaching, startup, sales, marketing, operations, systems, hiring, scaling, etc. Guests include Dr Doug McGuff, Drew ...
 
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Tim Ryan (info @ stronglifetraining.com) is a Master Super Slow instructor and the owner of Strong Life Personal Training in Barrington, Illinois. Aside from personal training, Tim offers mentoring, workshops, and seminars for studio owners. In this episode, Tim joins me for Part 9 of our HIT Fundamentals Series where he shares his position on aero…
 
We have all dealt with some sort of fear, which has stopped us from doing something we really wanted to do. On your journey to becoming a better you, you will have to find a way to deal with these fears that are sure to arise at multiple points in your life. In this episode, you will learn how to handle the fears you are sure to encounter as you st…
 
Luke Carlson (luke @ discoverstrength.com) is the founder and CEO of Discover Strength based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Discover Strength owns and operates strength training studios as well as the Discover Strength Franchise. In this episode, Luke talks about intentionality in business, different filters for deciding dress code, talk triggers, atti…
 
Life sends us many challenges that can sometimes knock us on our backs. How you respond to them is what sets you apart from being defeated or flourishing in life. In this episode, I share why and how you should keep going when it feels like life has gotten the best of you. Audiobook Audible iTunes Paperback Version Of My Book: Amazon My Website Gro…
 
Tim Ryan (info @ stronglifetraining.com) is the owner of Strong Life Personal Training in Barrington, Illinois. He is a Master Super Slow instructor with certifications from ACSM, ACE, and the Super Slow Exercise Guild. His expertise includes personal training, mentoring trainers, and exercise equipment design. In this episode, Tim joins me for Par…
 
All things we attract in our life, good or bad begin in our mind. So if you are wondering why you keep getting undesirable results, assess the thoughts that you are producing. In this episode, you will learn how and why you need to flip your thoughts to attract the results you wish to come true. Plus so much more. Audiobook Audible iTunes Paperback…
 
Singer/Songwriter/Actor John Doe tells terrific tales: hanging with Dennis Quaid and Winona Ryder in Memphis, gigging with Nick Lowe in London and hearing his voice come out of Christian Bale’s mouth in Todd Haynes’s Dylan biopic I’m Not There. Did John’s appearance with LA punk band X on the Letterman Show in 1983 inspire Dylan’s wild 1984 set wit…
 
Matt McGunagle (matt @ strengthportal.com) is the CEO and Founder of StrengthPortal, a software platform for personal trainers, gym owners, and multi-location gyms to manage their personal training staff and track personal training services. Matt graduated from Cal Poly SLO as an Economics major with a concentration on Entrepreneurship. In this epi…
 
Tim Ryan (info @ stronglifetraining.com) is the owner of Strong Life Personal Training in Barrington, Illinois. He is a Master Super Slow instructor with certifications from ACSM, ACE, and the Super Slow Exercise Guild. His expertise include personal training, mentoring trainers, and exercise equipment design. In this episode, Tim joins me for Part…
 
Skyler Tanner (skyler @ smartstrengthaustin.com) is a fitness and nutrition coach, exercise physiologist, and owner of Smart Strength in Austin, Texas. Skyler and his team at Smart Strength focuses on helping clients gain strength, boost energy, improve mobility and balance through evidence-based strength training. In this episode, Skyler shares Sm…
 
Life is one big wave. We have highs, lows, and other times we are just cruising and going with the flow of things. In this episode, I talk about how to deal with each stage. Whether you are at a low, just cruising through, or at your high point, there is something in here to take away and keep in mind for your future use. Audiobook Audible iTunes P…
 
Clay Steffee is the owner of Imagine Strength and VP Engineering and Product Development at Exerbotics. He has worked alongside Arthur Jones designing Nautilus and MedX exercise machines as well as engineering strength equipment for LifeFitness. Listen to Part 1: 351 - Clay Steffee - Designing Exercise Machines for Arthur Jones, Nautilus, MedX, Lif…
 
If we can turn back the hands of time, I'm sure we'd all change something about our past. The way life is set up makes that impossible. The next best thing would be to change our present to change our future. In this episode, I share why the past years you've felt are wasted aren't really what you think they are. Audiobook Audible iTunes Paperback …
 
Belfast’s Steven Cockcroft (co-host of leading Beatles podcast Nothing Is Real) offers unexpected takes on The Boys and Bob: “Roll On John isn’t about an individual, it’s about the sanctification of Lennon” and “The Travelling Wilburys was a calculated move by George”. Also on the menu: Dylan’s questionable harmonies on an obscure Ringo album track…
 
My book is finally available as an audiobook, grab your copy today. Audible iTunes Separating From The Pack is for those whose life isn’t exactly where they want it to be at this moment. You know that you’re destined to do great things, but somewhere along your journey, you got lost. Your days feel like they are all the same, and you don’t know the…
 
Tim Ryan (info @ stronglifetraining.com) is the owner of Strong Life Personal Training in Barrington, Illinois. He is a Master Super Slow instructor with certifications from ACSM, ACE, and the Super Slow Exercise Guild. His expertise includes personal training, mentoring trainers, and exercise equipment design. Contact Tim for his business services…
 
Holding on to what we know is something that we tend to do unconsciously. It's something embedded within our minds that tells us to hold on to what is familiar even if it's not good for us. Whether that be people, thoughts, or habits we will hold on to just because we are comfortable and familiar with them. Doing so stops our personal growth and ha…
 
Albert Coleman (albert @ phxstrength.com) became interested in strength exercise in high school to improve his performance as a baseball player. A few years later in 1999, Al passed the SuperSlow Exercise Specialist Certification Following. He then spent the next 10 years under the tutelage of Master Instructor Rob Serraino and honed his craft. Fro…
 
Tim Ryan (info @ stronglifetraining.com) is the owner of Strong Life Personal Training in Barrington, Illinois. He is a Master Super Slow instructor with certifications from ACSM, ACE, and the Super Slow Exercise Guild. His expertise includes personal training, mentoring trainers, and exercise equipment design. In this episode, Tim joins me for Par…
 
It's past that time. You've done all of the studying and know more than enough. Now is the time for you to apply all of your knowledge. It's time to put it all into action. In this episode, I am encouraging you to take action on that thing that you've been thinking about for so long. You already have everything within and more than enough knowledge…
 
Tim Ryan (info @ stronglifetraining.com) is the owner of Strong Life Personal Training in Barrington, Illinois. He is a Master Super Slow instructor with certifications from ACSM, ACE, and the Super Slow Exercise Guild. His expertise include personal training, mentoring trainers, and exercise equipment design. In this episode, Tim joins me for Part…
 
The best time is right now. No more putting it off and saying you'll do it later. You are only delaying your progress. There will never be a perfect time, so you might as well start at this exact moment. In this episode, I share reasons and tips for you to stop waiting to do the things you want to do. You'll not only gain tips but find motivation i…
 
Our special culinary episode with critic Eric Asimov includes the story of long-time Dylan bass player Tony Garnier’s delicious Christmas gumbo and Dylan’s wine-making venture, Planet Waves (“the wine has aged better than the album”). A fan since hearing “I Want You” the age of eight, Eric is “drawn to the atmosphere Bob creates. It’s misty. It’s a…
 
The Resistance Exercise Conference (REC) brings together the leading researchers, coaches, and strength training practitioners to talk about the application of strength training for health and human performance. It's a great event where you can learn from experts and connect with peers in the area of strength training, as well as rejuvenate your pa…
 
This one is reserved for me people out there grinding and putting in the work while holding it down. I know how it is, working, and still chasing your dreams. I did it for 12 years, so I have an idea of what you are going through. It may feel like there is no end in sight to your struggles, but trust me it won't last forever. In this episode, I sha…
 
Tim Ryan (info @ stronglifetraining.com) is a Master Super Slow instructor and owner of Strong Life Personal Training in Barrington, Illinois. He has 40 years of experience in the health and fitness field operating various personal training businesses, mentoring exercise instructors, and taking part in exercise equipment design. Tim has earned vari…
 
As we walk the journey of life and grow into adults. We learn to hold some things in and not show everything to the world. During this process, we suppress our most inner feelings and thoughts. This then becomes a trap for our true selves that we may be scared of or just don't know how to put into the real world. We may not be sure how we'll be per…
 
If you're having problems with workout quality, client retention, or trainer retention, you might also have a process problem. In this episode, I provide the steps on how to create a workout process for your strength training business. We’ll delve into the benefits of creating checklists, how to facilitate iteration, process implementation, and muc…
 
In this episode, I share my repeatable 8-step process to creating the life you want. This is a process that I developed after failing multiple times along my journey but learning every failed attempt. All of these steps are practical things that you can begin doing this moment. Receive The First 2 Chapters OF My Book For Free Purchase Book Today: A…
 
Singer, songwriter and saxophonist Curtis Stigers tells us true stories with a cast of characters including Van Morrison, Eric Clapton and Bob Dylan. A fan from way back (“Bob is the perfect creation. He’s an art form in himself”), his jazzy cover versions include Things Have Changed (“people go nuts for that song. Their heads explode”). A committe…
 
James Steele, PhD (james.steele @ solent.ac.uk) is an Associate Professor of Sport and Exercise Science at Southampton Solent University and the Principal Investigator at ukactive Research Institute. He is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine, and the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences, and is a Fellow of the Higher E…
 
It is easy for us to point the finger at everything outside of ourselves. We can make all of the excuses in the world, but at the end of the day, we are the ultimate decision-makers in our life. In this episode, I share ways for you to get out of your own way. Stop standing in your way and reach the heights you've been hoping for. Receive The First…
 
Sheila Melody (info @ thestrengthcode.com) is a Certified Health & Wellness Coach, Certified “Power of 10” Slow Motion Fitness Trainer, and owner of The Strength Code. She is an expert in small business start-up, management, and operations in the music, entertainment, health and fitness industries. Sheila is also the Host and Producer of Sound Mind…
 
Tim Ryan (info @ stronglifetraining.com) is a Master Super Slow instructor and owner of Strong Life Personal Training in Barrington, Illinois. He has 40 years of experience in the health and fitness field operating various personal training businesses, mentoring exercise instructors, and taking part in exercise equipment design. Tim has earned vari…
 
Albert Coleman (albert @ phxstrength.com) became interested in strength exercise in high school to improve his performance as a baseball player. This interest became a passion when he went on to play Division 1 baseball and was at the mercy of ill-informed strength coaches. Needing to find a better way to keep him injury-free than what was being pr…
 
Life didn't come with instructions. We were put here to figure it all out. As we evolve, we begin to develop this vision in our minds. A vision of how our future will look. That future comes up and it doesn't look anything like what we thought. Life throws us curve balls and we may sit there like a deer in the headlights and get stuck. Sometimes we…
 
Having a "Can Do Attitude" is something that seems to illude a great percentage of people. It is much easier to highlight the negative and bad situations in life. These situations can drag you down mentally and leave you feeling defeated. You may lose motivation, even lose confidence in yourself and your abilities. As I continued to go through life…
 
Comic actor Thom Tuck discovered Bob Dylan when, growing up in Bangladesh, he caught the promo for Subterranean Homesick Blues on MTV Rewind. His family eventually returned to Leeds, where his outsider status was made even worse/better by his obsession with all things Bob. At university, he didn’t improve his lot by writing a play called “One More …
 
Tim Ryan (info @ stronglifetraining.com) is a Master Super Slow instructor and owner of Strong Life Personal Training in Barrington, Illinois. He has 40 years of experience in the health and fitness field operating various personal training businesses, mentoring exercise instructors, and taking part in exercise equipment design. Tim has earned vari…
 
Clay Steffee has worked alongside Arthur Jones designing an array of game changing exercise machines. He is also responsible for engineering strength equipment for MedX and LifeFitness. Clay has a degree in Mathematics from the University of South Florida. In this episode, Clay shares his story working with Arthur Jones, designing exercise machines…
 
Honestly, there is no natural way around burnout. We have so much that we have to deal with daily. At the pace that life tends to operate, we rarely take a moment to evaluate our energy. Failure to do so can frequently lead to burnout. Our overall well-being relies on being aware and operating on our highest frequency. While this isn't realistic, i…
 
James Fisher PhD (james.fisher @ solent.ac.uk) is one of the leading exercise scientists publishing numerous peer-reviewed articles relating to resistance training, health, and fitness. He is also a Senior Lecturer for the School of Sport, Health, and Social Sciences at Southampton Solent University in the UK. In this episode, James talks about his…
 
Have you ever stopped and thought to take inventory of things in your life? The inventory I speak of is the things that contribute to your well-being and growth. Too often we put ourselves at the bottom of Our To-Do List and we are the ones that suffer from this neglect. To achieve our goals, we must continue to re-invent ourselves. In this episode…
 
Brad Stanke (brad @ stangaardfitness.com) is a resistance exercise recruiter and a Discover Strength franchise owner. He has 8 years of recruitment experience working with various recruitment agencies. Currently, his focus is to bring support to strength training businesses in hiring great trainers. In this episode, Brad shares the hiring landscape…
 
What happened to the dream that you once had? It is easy for us to lose our drive and ambition as we try and balance life. For this reason, dreams become lost in the middle of it all. I'm here to remind you that it's not too late to pick that dream back up. You can still become what you might have been. The beauty of living in this generation is th…
 
Fellow podcaster Laura Tenschert’s Definitely Dylan contains multitudes of theories and insights which she shares in this eye-opening episode. German-born Laura learned English by listening to Bob, which gave her sharper ears than most. Dozens of songs are given forensic treatment, ranging from classics like Lord Protect My Child and Buckets of Rai…
 
Brian D. Johnston (logicbdj @ hotmail.com) is the developer of Zone Training and Triangular Training methods. He has authored 20 books on the subject of exercise and nutrition science, is a contributor to the Merck Medical Manuals, and has written for various magazines including Iron Man Magazine and Olympian News. He specializes in the area of spi…
 
Your pride can be one of the biggest things to get over for some people. It can feel like you are taking a loss or someone is getting over on you and that isn't the case. When you are trying to become better, and/or achieve your goals sometimes your pride is best left at the door. In this episode, I cover a few quick tips and reasons for you to get…
 
Luke Carlson (luke @ discoverstrength.com) is the CEO of Discover Strength, a strength training studio located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His team at Discover Strength operate the Discover Strength Franchise and host the Resistance Exercise Conference (REC) annually. In this episode, Luke talks about the scientific paper The Role of Fitness Profess…
 
Josh Jarrett is the Chief Exercise Officer at Quantify Fitness, a personal training studio in Nashville, Tennessee, which uses the latest exercise technology to provide time-efficient workouts. He is also a National Strength & Conditioning Association Certified Personal Trainer (NSCA-CPT) and a Certified Bulletproof Coach. In this episode, Josh sha…
 
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