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  • 5 Mistakes for New Trainers to Avoid
    on May 13, 2021 at 9:38 PM

    Let my pain be your gain as I’ve put together a few common mistakes trainers make at the beginning of their career. When I started training clients, I thought I knew it all, and I would strut around the gym floor like a peacock, willing to assert my superior gym knowledge. When in fact, looking back, I knew absolutely nothing.   This attitude hurt more than helped me, and this was the first of many mistakes I made at the beginning of my career.   read more

  • Emotional Intelligence as a Success Marker for Fitness Training
    on May 10, 2021 at 8:23 PM

    Training people for fitness, nutrition, health, and wellness requires emotional intelligence. Successful personal trainers have EI in abundance. The pandemic taught us one important lesson: everyone has an opinion and people in the fitness industry seem to have a lot more than most business-minded people. And it wasn’t really much fun to watch because, well, I don’t really need a personality dump from a trainer or coach, just training and coaching.   read more

  • How to Redline for Results
    on May 6, 2021 at 7:42 PM

    If you’re uncertain what role conditioning plays in meeting your goals, or you’re confused about how to program it effectively, then this is a must-listen.   Mike Tromello is back on the show, and in this short, sharp, content-packed episode, he explains:   read more

  • No Legs, No Worries- Keep Your Upper Body Strong and Quick
    on April 30, 2021 at 9:45 PM

    The seated dumbbell clean and press for stability, strength, and a strong back. Becoming a college strength and conditioning coach isn’t easy, but it was the young guy Jesse’s dream. There wasn't time to sit and revel in my epic triumph as I had dreamed. I was thrown right into the thick of it.   On day one, I was the head strength and conditioning coach for three teams.   I had to balance that with being one of the primary strength and conditioning assistant coaches for football, which took up a hefty chunk of my time.   read more

  • Primer, Build, Solidify (P.B.S.): A System That Unlocks Long-Term Muscle Growth
    on April 26, 2021 at 2:05 PM

    If you have hit a plateau in your muscle-building journey and aren’t sure what changes to make to kick-start your progress, then I think the P.B.S. approach may be the solution for you. Most people can put together a killer workout, but very few can design a proper program. Even fewer know how to adjust a program from month to month to keep making optimal progress.   read more

  • The Four Cs of Metabolic Conditioning
    on April 22, 2021 at 1:34 PM

    How to bring a method to the metabolic conditioning madness with Opex coach, Georgia Smith, laying out four key principles and progressions to design a workout program. When it comes to strength training, most coaches and even clients understand the concept of progressing in a structured and systematic way, using percentages to build strength slowly over time.   But, for some reason, when it comes to metabolic conditioning, fitness becomes a free-flowing ocean of random, high-intensity efforts, filled with varied, whatever modalities are en vogue that week:   read more

  • Why Gyms Are Coming Back More Essential Than Ever
    on April 21, 2021 at 6:01 PM

    I've heard people rave about their home workout routine and predict the death of traditional gyms, so why would they go back? It was the year of the at-home workout—Peloton, Nordic Track, and Beach Body. Or maybe you just got on craigslist and outfitted the garage. Over and over, I’ve heard people raving about how much they love their home workout routine and predicting the death of traditional gyms. Why would anyone go back?   read more

  • Enhance Muscle And Strength With These Sleep Extension Techniques
    on April 18, 2021 at 6:43 PM

    There is a growing body of research on sleep extension and the potential implications on athletic performance. Most of the literature on sleep is regarding restriction and its impact on health and performance. However, there is a growing body of research on sleep extension and the potential implications on athletic performance. It’s relatively understood that sleep is a primary contributor to recovery and performance.   read more

  • Nutrition for Building the Most Muscle Possible
    on April 17, 2021 at 1:29 PM

    By the end of this episode, you will have all the information you need to plan out your muscle-building diet plan.   In this episode, I explain exactly how I think you should eat to build the most muscle possible.   Most people train their asses off but build very little muscle. This result is because they are fighting only half the battle.   read more

  • How To Optimize Your Training for Next Year's CrossFit Open With Former Champ James FitzGerald
    on April 14, 2021 at 4:01 PM

    Here’s some food for thought from James FitzGerald, the 2007 CrossFit games champion, about what to consider to maximize the next 320 days of training for next year's CrossFit Open. For more than 99 percent of those who participated in the 2021 CrossFit Open and the quarterfinals, it’s back to the drawing board: eleven months of training ahead of you in hopes of improving upon your efforts next year.   Have you spent much time thinking about the method you’re going to employ to maximize your performance in, give or take, 320 days from now?   read more

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