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The Breaking Muscle Podcast is a weekly show that takes you into the minds and lives of some of the leaders in the fitness industry worldwide.
 
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Abel Csabai knows a thing or two about hypertrophy and podcasting. Abel got into the nutrition and training game as a part of his quest for personal growth. He started the Sustainable Self-Development podcast. Through hundreds of hours of podcasting and his own fitness journey, Abel got the chance to be mentored and educated by some of the best ...…
 
Our guest for this episode is Valentin Tambosi. Valentin is a Natural Pro Bodybuilder, Prep Coach, and Educator through the Intelligent Strength Coach Program. His passion for training shines through on this episode and you can really feel that he gets a kick out of helping people to reach their fitness goals. In this episode, we go in-depth on ...…
 
Our guest for this episode is Menno Henselmans. Menno is an online physique coach, scientific researcher, and fitness educator who traded his company car to follow his passion for fitness. In this episode, go in-depth on: If hard gainers really exist How to predict your genetic potential for muscle growth Realistic rates of muscle gain How to e ...…
 
Borge Fagerli’s background as an engineer and later on as an entrepreneur and CEO has enabled him to put his methods into a step-by-step system that can transform your health, appearance and your performance – both mentally and physically. Borge has been in the industry for over 20 years and is the creator of “Myo-reps” – one of the most time-e ...…
 
Our guest for this episode is Michael Goulden. Michael is a personal trainer and he founded his training facility, Integra way back in 1997. Since then he has been integrating exercise mechanics with neuromuscular preparation to create a uniquely sustainable approach to health, fitness, and performance. On top of this, he has gone on to become ...…
 
Our guest for this episode is Dr. Joel Seedman. With over 15 years of personal and team training, strength coaching, and nutritional counseling experience, Joel works with a wide variety of clientele. To maximize performance and health, Joel focuses on improving his clients' muscle function and movement mechanics. By doing this, all characteris ...…
 
Starting out as a scrawny 125lb kid at 6’ 2” Brad Borland took up weight training at the tender age of fourteen and ended up a 220lb competitive, drug-free, natural bodybuilder several years later. Now, armed with both knowledge and muscle, he has helped countless individuals domestically and abroad. Brad is also a University Lecturer with a Ma ...…
 
Our guest for this episode is Eric Bach. Eric describes himself as a bacon, bourbon, coffee connoisseur, and overly invested sports fan. For a decade has helped high school, college, and pro athletes. Helps guys to build confident, strong, athletic bodies. Works both in-person and online. Eric has tried all the industry BS gimmicks. Discovered ...…
 
Our guest for this episode is JC Deen. JC has been involved in athletics for over a decade, and now works as a fitness consultant to fitness enthusiasts and athletes all across the globe. He whips people into shape and helps them learn how to make fitness complement their lives, as opposed to ruling it. In this episode, we discuss the importanc ...…
 
John Rusin is one of the fitness and sports performance industry’s leading experts in the pain-free performance training model that blends the world of strength and conditioning with clinical movement based diagnostic medicine to provide the ultimate results based methods. In this episode, we discuss, red flags that might be holding you back, t ...…
 
Our guest for this episode is Dr. Andy Galpin. Andy is a tenured Professor in the Center for Sports Performance at CSU Fullerton. He is a pioneer in the field of human performance education and has his finger on the pulse of all the cutting-edge modalities you can use to level up in your athletic pursuits. In this episode, we dive deep on all t ...…
 
Our guest for this episode is Damian Lees. Damian is a Personal Trainer, Online Prep Coach, and WNBF Pro Natural Bodybuilder. He placed second at the world championships. In the interview, we go in-depth on how you can apply the principles and strategies he’s learned, from years as a top-level competitive natural bodybuilder to your own trainin ...…
 
Strength & Conditioning "Truth and Consequences". A new guest each month, interviewed by Greg Walsh of Wolf Brigade. Mind over matter; Critical-thinking and accountability; Unconventional origins and philosophies; We will speak with and strive to reach those that embody each and all. Progressive, desirable demographics- by nature and nurture- o ...…
 
Dr. Wendy Walsh is a human behaviors expert. She teaches Health Psychology at California State University Channel Islands and speaks often about pro-aging (mental and physical wellness,) gender dynamics and relationship science. She is an award-winning television journalist, radio host, an influencer and brand ambassador. Time Magazine named he ...…
 
Brad Davidson talks to Daniel Tromello about helping people to overcome outdated fitness and nutrition advice, waking them up to the possibilities of a truly healthy life. At the age of 33, coming off competing for the Olympics, Brad finds himself confronted with the news that he is diabetic. his thyroid has shut down and he has the testosteron ...…
 
This July, Shannon Farar-Griefer will run her 8th Badwater. So far she has completed all seven of the previous 135-mile races and is the first woman in the world to double the Badwater and run 292 miles. The 57-year old Farar-Griefer is a speaker, entrepreneur, author, and culinary chef, but she is also an ultramarathon trailblazer. When she wa ...…
 
Celebrated author, counselor and motivational speaker, David Essel, talks about his life and his latest book, Focus. David wants you not just to read his book but to do the work because he believes what we get out of life is what we focus our thoughts on, and just as importantly, what we focus our actions on, on a daily basis. In David's belief ...…
 
What makes sport compelling to watch? What drives us to compete against each other? I would argue that we come back to watch the same sports over and over again because of the thrill of the unknown. Until the moment the runners cross the finish line or the clock runs out, anything can happen, and often does. The critical element that preserves ...…
 
On an all-new edition of Fight Strength NSFW, the show takes a turn into the world of medicine, as it focuses on a treatment that is growing in popularity across the world. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy has become a legitimate option for surgery, for many professional athletes and fitness enthusiasts. This week, Florida’s NovaGenix clinic ...…
 
Fight Strength NSFW is once again on Breaking Muscle. On this edition of the fighting and fitness-themed podcast, hosts Jason Burgos and Phil Daru speak with Dr. Andreo Spina. The creator of some very influential techniques in the world functional movement. Spina -- a black belt in Kempo karate and a blue belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu -- talked a ...…
 
In the most basic sense, a tool is a small thing you use to create a large effect. The most profound tools are simple and unglamorous but require a high degree of skill to wield effectively. This is just as true in a carpenter’s workshop as it is in the gym, but we don’t spend nearly as much time talking about those tools as we do the finer poi ...…
 
This week’s episode is a special one for me, because I get to talk about an issue that is deeply personal. It’s easy to become jaded by statistics, but the 22 veterans a day who take their own life is one number that has touched me personally. When there’s a name and a face that you once knew behind a number, it takes on a deeper significance; ...…
 
The gap between what we know and what we do is perhaps largest when it comes to what we put on our plate. Compared to nutrition, putting in the work in the gym every day is easy. Part of what makes eating right so difficult is the cultural mindset we’ve developed about food and our relationship to it. Food plays into our emotions, accompanies o ...…
 
For our 50th episode, we’ve seized on the opportunity to do something pretty special and bring you a joint episode with another new podcast, The Gravel Lot. We’ve talked a lot on the show over the past several months about the positive effects of fitness on our communities, and this week I get to talk to a couple of guys who have real world exp ...…
 
A common thread among those who have changed the way we think about fitness and movement is that they were dissatisfied with the answers given by existing systems. With so many different exercise methods and scientific explanations out there, you’d think we had cracked the riddle of how to make people strong, capable, and healthy. But if that w ...…
 
When you’re on the road as much as I tend to be, finding someplace to work out becomes part of your travel planning. I do my homework as best I can, to find out about the facility, the programming, and the level of coaching I might expect for my drop-in dollars. Still, my experiences as a visitor in gyms across the country tend to follow a bell ...…
 
Most modern training programs are variations on the same scientific themes. You take a human body, and measure its capacity. Then you subject it to repeated, measurable stresses, rest, recover, repeat. After a sufficient duration of this pattern, you test the body again, and if the program was effective, you have a quantifiable improvement. Thi ...…
 
It’s become reflexive to collectively shake our heads and mutter “kids these days.” That trope used to refer to the somewhat innocuous change in culture from one generation to the next, but today it carries a much graver significance. Kids these days are suffering from exponential rises in everything from diabetes to depression, and it all stem ...…
 
My brother, Daniel Tromello, and I are both in the business of mentoring and helping people be the best they can be. We have always been active and successful in competitive sports but are also able to share our experiences and teaching with trainees of all ages and levels today in our businesses. While I enjoy being a trainer and owning a gym, ...…
 
What are the stories you’ve always told yourself about your body? If you’re like most people, you either believe you were born strong, or you weren’t. The role of genetics in body type, physical capacity, and longevity has been emphasized for so long in the scientific literature and pop culture alike, that a whole lot of people have subconsciou ...…
 
Fight Strength NSFW is back with an episode heavily focused on some of the key strategies and techniques related to building high-level fighters. This week's show is an “Ask Daru” episode, with a primary focus on what he believes are the important strength training practices to focus on in a fight camp, training methods for fighters with fast a ...…
 
When Rochelle Basil tossed her running shoes to the back of the closet after a collegiate career that nearly broke her, she assumed it was for good. But years later, the marathon came calling, and she had to answer. After an injury ended her first training cycle, she hired a coach. He promptly told her she wasn’t to race her first marathon; she ...…
 
Every year as the CrossFit Open approaches, I end up Googling last year’s schedule, because I’m convinced it’s earlier this year than last. And every year, I’m reassured that the Open starts the same week it always has. It only feels like it’s creeping up on us. On the show today to help us get ready for the 2018 CrossFit Open is our own Mike T ...…
 
This time of year, fitness media is awash in platitudes and memes, exhorting everyone to get in the gym and get after it. But in a few months, another crop of resolutioners will have fallen off the wagon, and Americans will continue their inexorable slide into physical disease and decay. We at Breaking Muscle, and the fitness industry at large, ...…
 
It’s easy to look through a screen at our favorite athletes and be filled with awe and envy. We tend to tell ourselves that if only we had their genes, or their athletic upbringing, or their sponsors and coaches and facilities, we could be that badass, too. But of course, this is a gross oversimplification of the person on the other side of the ...…
 
If there’s one universal truth in the 21st century, it’s that life doesn’t slow down. For many, the time and inconvenience required to go to the gym have become a barrier to their fitness goals. This has sparked the rise of the home gym, as garages and basements across the country are repurposed from man caves to iron oases. But just because yo ...…
 
With the 2017 World Championships and the American Open Finals in our rearview mirror, the future has never looked brighter for Olympic Weightlifting in the US. Records fell, and American lifters took historic podium finishes, capped off with Sarah Robles sweeping the gold medals in her division. With nine nations banned from competition as a r ...…
 
On the latest edition of Fight Strength NSFW we switched things up a bit from our usual format of having on a guest. Instead, co-host Phil Daru and I took our weekly “Ask Daru” segment to the next level. Listeners of the show have sent Daru a whole pile of questions lately, and we felt the need to dedicate an entire episode to deliver answers f ...…
 
Of all the misconceptions that exist in western society, perhaps the hardest to overcome is what aging should look like. This is especially true for women, who face a mountain of cultural nonsense when it comes to their bodies in general, and in particular once they reach age 40. Amanda Thebe has rejected those societal norms outright. A born n ...…
 
If the statistics surrounding the obesity crisis weren’t scary enough already, all indications are that our kids are going to fare even worse. Ubiquitous technology and a society that has long neglected and forgotten the needs of the body have created the unhealthiest generation in American history. One of the greatest challenges we face as a n ...…
 
On the first edition of Breaking Muscle Presents: The Fight Strength Podcast (NSFW), hosts Phil Daru and Jason Burgos interviewed strength and conditioning coach Nicholas Davenport. Davenport is the founder and director of programming at Mind Body 1. He is also an adjunct professor at Broward College. As a longtime friend of Daru’s—they played ...…
 
A decade ago on YouTube, one of the very first viral videos was of an impossibly muscled man who called himself “Hannibal for King.” In that video, he does equally impossible things on pull up bars and playground equipment in a park in Harlem. Five hundred miles away in North Carolina, a young, aspiring filmmaker watched in awe at the power, fl ...…
 
Welcome to the second installment of the Socially Conscious Squatter Show. Here we examine the intimate link between fitness, health, and the issues of our time. Our society is in deep need of authentic support systems and outlets that promote physical expression and health. In a world increasingly at odds with adult play and communities that b ...…
 
Antonio Squillante, Giulio Palau, and Ted Sloan - 3 young stars of the coaching world - talk about the topics and subjects that matter in strength and conditioning. For athletes, enthusiasts, and coaches alike.By Breaking Muscle.
 
What would your life look like if you had the freedom to do whatever you want? Would it be all relaxation and goofing off? Spontaneity and fun? Probably not. In fact, it would probably involve a greater degree of discipline and structure than you have previously imagined. If that sounds counterintuitive, you’re going to want to keep listening. ...…
 
For all our advances in medical technology and understanding of how the human body works, we don’t seem to be getting any healthier. In fact, the first generation in American history with a shorter life expectancy than their parents has already been born. Lousy diet choices and a culture that demands sedentarism from cradle to grave have spawne ...…
 
Most of our societal problems stem from not respecting our nature, chiefly our natural inclinations for movement, nutritious food, and time outdoors away from digital stimulation. There is a community role in fitness and promoting healthy lifestyle change. Eating healthier and working out are far harder to do against the tide of a culture that ...…
 
CrossFit, SoulCycle, and many other group-class fitness brands have exploded in popularity over the last decade. Part of the success these brands have enjoyed is owed to the fact that each of them fulfill the fundamental needs people have for community and exercise. One of the greatest fitness communities ever created came about in the 1950s, b ...…
 
There are two choices to make when faced with society’s problems, or your own. You can sit and talk about how horrible and sad they are, or you can get about the business of doing something about them. Michael McCastle falls in the latter camp, and his Twelve Labors Project has allowed him to raise funds and provide services for a wide variety ...…
 
In the pursuit of mastery, most coaches and trainers choose to specialize in a particular discipline, sport, or modality. But Jenn Pilotti took a different approach, letting her natural curiosity guide her toward a uniquely holistic understanding of the human machine. After completing her formal education with a Master’s Degree in Human Movemen ...…
 
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