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Brett Bartholomew – Conscious Coaching, The Art And Science Of Building Buy-In
(#212) Top Strength Coach and Author, Brett Bartholomew, joins the podcast this week for an amazing interview discussing his breakthrough book – Conscious Coaching: The Art And Science of Building Buy-In. His new book is gathering “rave reviews” and generating significant attention for coaches, trainers and teachers of all backgrounds. I’m incredibly excited to share this great chat session and asking questions that haven’t been asked before. Brett is an amazing coach and a highly recognized peak performance training expert. This session is pure content as we move “fast and furious” through the questions. Here’s what we cover this week on the show: Why Brett wrote this book and what “gap” he hopes it addresses How he got this book done – he shares his book writing process What contributes to the “disconnect” between coaches and athletes Understanding the “Tools of the Trade” to better understand yourself Misunderstandings about personality labels – what this means to the coach A great discussion about the psychology of personality What is an “archetype” and why this is important in communication Why there’s always something to learn – no matter what level an athlete How Brett’s uses the “archetype” in practice himself Key attributes in effective coach-athlete communication A simple explanation of the “Art of Coaching” External vs. internal focus – what the research shows Where Brett’s system fits into the coaching toolkit The 3 most important distinctions of a great coach Compassion vs. empathy as a coach What makes Brett “effective” as a coach How Brett wants to help coaches in the 21st century Brett discusses his own training methods – what he does himself The #1 thing he wants readers to take away from Conscious Coaching Simple reading strategies to read more books The takeaway action after hearing this interview… It's easy to feel like you're world-class if you stick to something in your safety zone. -Brett Bartholomew Click To Tweet It’s fast and easy to review the show. To see how to post a review in Apple Podcasts, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN APPLE PODCASTS SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released every Wednesday with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world-class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to “bridging the gaps” in strength, performance, and injury prevention. Specifically created for the serious fitness enthusiast, lifter, athlete, coach, trainer, or rehab professional. SHOW NOTES: BartholomewStrength.com Brett Bartholomew on Instagram Conscious Coaching: The Art & Science Of Building Buy-In StrengthsFinder Hogan Personality Assessment Be sure to follow @RdellaTraining on Instagram for high value tips, training, and education. Have a question? Check out the community page here: RdellaTraining.com/ask. Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS is a strength coach, athlete, and former “physio” who’s mission is to bridge the gaps in strength, performance and injury prevention. Learn how to train at a high level of strength and performance while minimizing (or negating) risk for injury to achieve an unsurpassed level of results. You’ll find free training resources and giveaways at RdellaTraining.com/join.
How To Get Started With Olympic Weightlifting
(#202) In this session, I’ll share a simple 4 step “framework” for getting started with Olympic Weightlifting. This valuable framework can also apply to any new skill you want to develop. I’ll share my story of struggle with getting started with the Olympic lifts and why I think they’re so valuable in the strength and performance equation. This is a “no-nonsense” guide for skill development and long-term training success. No man has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. - SocratesClick To Tweet If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes. It’s fast and easy to review the show. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released every Wednesday with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to becoming the Premier Strength and Performance Podcast online interviewing the industry leaders. Specifically created for the serious fitness enthusiast, lifter, athlete, coach, trainer, or rehab professional. SHOW NOTES AND LINKS: Olympic Weightlfting For Sports Rogue Fitness Kettlebell Training And Olympic Weightlifting: An Analysis Of Hip Power Have a QUESTION, COMMENT, or SOMETHING to share, please go to the NEW COMMUNITY PAGE – RdellaTraining.com/ask. The Edge of Strength – is now available in Amazon. If you enjoy the book, please drop your review in Amazon as this helps others discover the book. Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about strength training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this, join a strong community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
Dr. Quinn Henoch – Weightlifting Movement Assessment And Optimization
(#207) Dr. Quinn Henoch, Doctor of Physical Therapy and Author of the NEW book Weightlifting Movement Assessment And Optimization, returns to the podcast this week to share amazing content and tell us about all about his latest work. Quinn is an amazing physical therapist, strength coach, athlete, speaker, writer and now published author – and he’ll share everything you need to know about his new book and how this addresses “gaps” in the training library. This is a content-rich session that breaks down specifics on movement assessment and optimization for strength athletes. Here’s what you’ll learn this week on the show: Get a quick overview of Quinn’s background in Weightlifting What he learned from his earliest training experiences Is “good enough” ever really “good enough?” Quinn shares the development process for the new book What role Greg Everett had in the process How this new resource could potentially help any fitness enthusiast What the new book is NOT How to use this new resource for maximum effectiveness Understand the key phases of Olympic Weightlifting The real purpose of the book How to use the “glute bridge” How to use “corrective clusters” to maximize performance Does having full ROM (range-of-motion) really matter? The difference between a screen and an assessment (important) Why screens and assessments aren’t well defined in the performance setting Mobility or stability – which is more problematic? Where exactly the new book fits into your training library The actionable takeaway after hearing this interview… The biggest thing is respecting the process of training. -Dr. Quinn HenochClick To Tweet If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes. It’s fast and easy to review the show. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released every Wednesday with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to becoming the Premier Strength and Performance Podcast online interviewing the industry leaders. Specifically created for the serious fitness enthusiast, lifter, athlete, coach, trainer, or rehab professional. SHOW NOTES: ClinicalAthlete.com Quinn Henoch on Instagram Get the book on CatalystAthletics.com Get the book on Amazon.com Have a QUESTION, COMMENT, or SOMETHING to share, please go to the NEW COMMUNITY PAGE – RdellaTraining.com/ask. Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about strength training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this, join a strong community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
The New Chapter In Strength Training
(#210) In this session, I’ll give you an important update about the NEW vision and mission here on Rdella Training – and tell you a little about what to expect in the week’s ahead on the podcast. This is an important episode to learn about the new focus and core philosophy. As always, you’ll still get valuable tips and resources to consider in your training right now. Here’s what I cover this week: Why the new focus – and how this can help you Respect and admiration to a strength icon What I’m reading this week What seminar I’m getting ready to attend this summer I’ll answer questions about an important exercise (the Turkish Get-Up) It’s fast and easy to review the show. To see how to post a review in Apple Podcasts, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN APPLE PODCASTS SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released every Wednesday with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world-class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to “bridging the gaps” in strength, performance, and injury prevention. Specifically created for the serious fitness enthusiast, lifter, athlete, coach, trainer, or rehab professional. SHOW NOTES: The “Gap” In Physical Therapy Clinical Athlete Course Episode 114 Episode 58 Make sure to follow @RdellaTraining on Instagram for high value tips, training, and education. Have a question? Check out the community page here: RdellaTraining.com/ask. Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS is a strength coach, athlete, and former “physio” who’s mission is to bridge the gaps in strength, performance and injury prevention. Learn how to train at a high level of strength and performance while minimizing (or negating) risk for injury to achieve an unsurpassed level of results. You’ll find free training resources and giveaways at RdellaTraining.com/join.  
One of The Most Resilient Exercises (That Most People Never Do)
(#209) This week, I’ll tell you all about an important and high value exercise that, surprisingly, most people never do. You’ll hear about why I think this exercise is so valuable and how it can be a major contributor to any athlete or fitness enthusiast’s training approach. Here’s what you”ll learn this week on the show: What benefits this exercise offers Who benefits the most from this exercise? What I’ve personally experienced in recent weeks How to learn the exercise (big picture) How to easily program the exercise into what you’re doing Next steps and resources If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes. It’s fast and easy to review the show. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released every Wednesday with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to becoming the Premier Strength and Performance Podcast online interviewing the industry leaders. Specifically created for the serious fitness enthusiast, lifter, athlete, coach, trainer, or rehab professional. SHOW NOTES: RdellaTraining on Instagram Simple and Sinister Kettlebells From The Ground Up How To Have Beautiful Strength Have a QUESTION, COMMENT, or SOMETHING to share, please go to the NEW COMMUNITY PAGE – RdellaTraining.com/ask. Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about strength training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this, join a strong community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
Dr. Stuart McGill And Brian Carroll – The Gift Of Injury
(#224) Dr. Stuart McGill and Brian Carroll return to the podcast this week to share their story about the “Gift of Injury.” The NEW book, co-written by my guests, outline Brian’s recovery from back injury and how he returned to elite level powerlifting with the help of Dr. Stuart McGill. Dr. Stuart McGill has been the professor of Spine Biomechanics at the University of Waterloo since 1986. He is widely regarded as the world-leading authority in Spine Biomechanics and has worked with individuals and teams all over the globe. Brian Carroll is a world-class powerlifter with over a decade of elite lifting under his belt. He came back from a devastating back injury and returned to the pinnacle of world-class powerlifting, while successfully becoming pain and symptom free. Their new book is a system to maximize function and optimize performance for the strength athlete and should serve as the definitive guide to back rehabilitation and training. Here’s what you’ll learn this week in an amazing interview with the authors: Dr. McGill describes Brian’s initial interaction and assessment How Dr. McGill explains the devastating scenario What Brian’s mindset was like when he went to visit Dr. McGill How the book idea came about – and actually came to reality How fast his pain began to resolve following the advice of Dr. McGill Pain triggers – and their importance in relieving pain The initial “movement” patterns used by Dr. McGill to reduce pain Key cues and tips to improve function and core stiffness The science of “bone callousing” – and why this is important Why Brian says his program was so successful We discuss long-term thoughts on back injuries Who needs to read this book – and why Why they ultimately decided to collaborate on this project How ‘Gift Of Injury’ differs from each of their previous books Should clinician’s read this book? What all humans can learn from the strength athlete Tools and practical applications to use in everyday life How the ‘Gift Of Injury’ changed Brian’s life for the better What Dr. McGill learned from working with Brian And so much more… I'm going to move well everyday, no matter what. -Brian Carroll Click To Tweet Please take a minute to review the show. It’s fast and easy to do. To see how to post a review in Apple Podcasts, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN APPLE PODCASTS SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER SUBSCRIBE IN GOOGLE PLAY How do you know when to progress? We provide the system for that. -Dr. Stuart McGillClick To Tweet The Rdella Training® Podcast is released every Wednesday with valuable training information and amazing interviews with many “world-class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to “bridging the gaps” in strength, performance, and injury prevention. Specifically created for the serious fitness enthusiast, lifter, athlete, coach, trainer, or rehab professional.Gift of Injury by Dr. Stuart McGill & Brian Carroll Check out the NEW BackFitPro.com SHOW NOTES: BackFitPro.com PowerRackStrength.com Gift Of Injury Book Assessing Movement – Dr. Stuart McGill & Gray Cook Follow @RdellaTraining on Instagram for high-value training tips, tutorials and education. Find the RT community page at RdellaTraining.com/ask. Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS is a strength coach, athlete, and former “physio” who’s mission is to bridge the gaps in strength, performance and injury prevention. Learn how to train at a high level of strength and performance while minimizing (or negating) risk for injury to achieve an unsurpassed level of results. You’ll find free training resources and giveaways at RdellaTraining.com/join.
Anton Jefferson – Finding Passion And Performance With Weightlifting
(#223) Anton Jefferson (Weightlifter, Coach and Entrepreneur) joins the podcast this week for episode #223 to share his passion for Olympic Weightlifting and what he’s doing to help spread the word about the ultimate strength skill. Anton is a dynamic coach and passionate athlete, as you’ll get to experience in the session. There are many great insights and nuggets in this one – and I know you’ll get value from this week’s episode. Here’s what you’ll learn in the session: How (and why) Anton got “hooked” with Weightlifting What abilities enabled him to excel in the sport How “technical” is Olympic Weightlifting really? The “one thing” he does to get better as a weightlifter What he learned from injury How Dr. Stuart McGill influences his training We discuss PR’s at seminars – good or bad??? What makes a great coach? Weightlifting benefits for the “general athlete?” The big misconception with Olympic Weightlifting 3 of the most common mistakes with the Snatch As a coach, where does he start with his athletes? What he wishes he knew when he got started What he recommends to learn biomechanical principles The training books he recommends the most How to get better as an athlete His favorite books – and why Actionable closing advice and more… You're a baby in the sport if you don't have 5 years in. - Anton Jefferson Click To Tweet Please take a minute to review the show. It’s fast and easy to do. To see how to post a review in Apple Podcasts, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN APPLE PODCASTS SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER SUBSCRIBE IN GOOGLE PLAY The Rdella Training® Podcast is released every Wednesday with valuable training information and amazing interviews with many “world-class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to “bridging the gaps” in strength, performance, and injury prevention. Specifically created for the serious fitness enthusiast, lifter, athlete, coach, trainer, or rehab professional. SHOW NOTES: HKWeightlifting.com OLift Magazine Podcast Weightlifting Mindset USA Weightlifting Weightlifting Programming by Bob Takano Encyclopedia of Weightlifting by Arthur Drechsler What Doesn’t Kill Us (*My past interview with Scott Carney) Follow @RdellaTraining on Instagram for high-value training tips, tutorials and education. Find the RT community page at RdellaTraining.com/ask. Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS is a strength coach, athlete, and former “physio” who’s mission is to bridge the gaps in strength, performance and injury prevention. Learn how to train at a high level of strength and performance while minimizing (or negating) risk for injury to achieve an unsurpassed level of results. You’ll find free training resources and giveaways at RdellaTraining.com/join.
Dr. Stacy Sims – How To Match Food And Fitness To Your Physiology
(#180) Dr. Stacy Sims joins the show this week to discuss the unique topic of gender differences in training and nutrition. Stacy Sims is an environmental exercise physiologist, nutrition scientist, and specialist in performance nutrition and gender differences in athletes. She’s also the author the innovative new book “ROAR: How To Match Food And Fitness To Your Unique Female Physiology For Optimum Performance, Great Health, And A Strong, Lean Body For Life.” This session is filled with important training and nutrition nuggets, so you may want to listen through a few times to fully understand. Here’s some of what you’ll learn about this week: The one word that makes coaches turn red The truth about gender differences in training and nutrition Why she wrote her new book and what she hopes it will do for people The important differences between hormones for men and women The critical importance of BCAA’s around training Training considerations around the menstrual cycle Why she’s not a fan of vegan proteins and what she recommends Understanding “low carb” and the female athlete The biggest misunderstandings in training about men and women And so much more… If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes or Stitcher. It’s easy to review the show and it’s greatly appreciated to help the show grow. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released each week with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to become the Premier Strength and Performance Podcast online interviewing the industry leaders to help people of all levels live their strength and discover their greatness. SHOW NOTES: Stacy’s New Book – ROAR Supporting Research by Dr. Stuart Phillips High vs Low Protein Study Dr. Stacy Sims on Facebook The Edge of Strength – is now available on Amazon. Check out The Unconventional Guide To Live Your Strength And Discover Your Greatness. Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about strength training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this, join a strong and growing community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
David Joyce – High Performance Training And Injury Prevention
(#175) David Joyce, a world-leading expert in athletic performance and injury prevention, joins the show this week to discuss his approach to peak performance and preventing injury. David is the head of athletic performance for GWS (Greater Western Syndey) Giants in the Australian Football League in Sydney, Australia. He specializes in strength and conditioning, sports medicine science, nutrition, psychology, recovery, and rehabilitation. He has a Bachelor in Physiotherapy and Masters in Sports Physiotherapy, as well as in Strength & Conditioning. He’s been a part of two Olympic teams with China and Great Britain, and he’s worked in the English football Premier League. He is also the co-editor of two ground-breaking books – Sports Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation and High-Performance Training for Sports –  together with Daniel Lewindon. These books have gathered many of the world’s top experts and compiled their knowledge and insight on all topics related to proper injury prevention, rehabilitation, and optimal performance. Their goal was to give us two masterful hands-on guides – and they’ve achieved that goal brilliantly. In this episode, David and I discuss the content from both books and the close relationship between pain, injuries and their proper treatment. We go through topics such as the evolution of training in the world of professional sports, different types of injuries, and their various treatments. Not only will this dynamic interview give you the knowledge and resources to prevent and recover from injuries, but it will do it in a way that’ll ensure you’re performing at your highest level. We go through topics such as the evolution of training in the world of professional sports, different types of injuries, and their various treatments. Not only will this dynamic interview give you the knowledge and resources to prevent and recover from injuries, but it will do it in a way that’ll ensure you’re performing at your highest level. The content is fantastic, but the truth is that we only scratched the surface on these topics. I’m extremely honored to bring you this session. Here’s what you’ll hear about in this week’s amazing episode: The most common injuries experienced in the unique game of Australian football Find out how David’s books are bridging the gap between pathology and performance Why rehab is about much more than just getting someone back on their feet How to get the most out of David’s books (and take action with what’s most relevant to you) How athletes today are different from the athletes of the past Why an interdisciplinary approach to training will have a MASSIVE impact on team performance Why pain is NOT a linear response to injury What is pain really – and how does it impact an athlete’s performance? Discover effective strategies for dealing with tendon injuries Learn conventional modalities for managing pain The importance of strength as it applies to injury resilience Discover the most important strength quality for an athlete And more… If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes or Stitcher. It’s easy to review the show and it’s greatly appreciated to help the show grow. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released each week with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to becoming the Premier Strength and Performance Podcast online interviewing the industry leaders to help people of all levels live their strength and discover their greatness. SHOW NOTES: High-Performance Training for Sports Sports Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation David Joyce Twitter Giants APU Twitter The Edge of Strength – is now available in Amazon. Check out The Unconventional Guide To Live Your Strength And Discover Your Greatness. Some of my favorite educational resources can be found here: RdellaTraining.com/learn Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about strength training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this, join a strong and growing community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff that will help you out! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
(IS 02) Strength Training And Well-being As We Age With Jim Hatcher
(Interrogation Session #2) The next short interview in the interrogation series features Jim Hatcher.  Jim has an amazing story and mission, not only because he’s 74 years young, but because he’s got a powerful message for all. And if Jim can do it, anyone can! Here’s what you’ll hear about in this short session: Special considerations for training with the older population What are the REAL goals for the “older” client – that we all need to know The story of how he became the “oldest” StrongFirst kettlebell instructor What we can all take away from this short, powerful interview! Please take a minute to post a review in iTunes! To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER SHOW NOTES: SFG Certification: An Event For All Ages by Jim Hatcher Jim on the Strength Matters Podcast The Edge of Strength – is now available in Amazon. Check out The Unconventional Guide To Live Your Strength And Discover Your Greatness. Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about strength training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this, join a strong and growing community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
Dr. Zach Long – Strength And Performance Meets Physical Therapy
(#172) Dr. Zach Long, Founder of The Barbell Physio, is this week’s guest on the podcast. He joins the show to talk about strength and performance as it relates to his approach as a physical therapist. Zach is a Doctor of physical therapy, strength and conditioning coach, mobility expert, and Founder of The Barbell Physio. He specializes in improving athletic performance and injury rehabilitation of athletes of all skill levels. His expertise is sought out by high-level athletes in Olympic weightlifting, CrossFit, professional bodybuilding, the NFL, and elite runners and swimmers. In this episode, Zach teaches you how to break down movement and identify limitations to achieve maximal results. During our discussion, we talk about the future of physical therapy, injury prevention, programming, rehab tools, mobility exercises, and many more awesome topics. This dynamic interview is loaded with solid advice and resources that are going to SERIOUSLY help you optimize your movement, so you can perform better and improve your health!   Here’s what you’ll hear about in this week’s amazing episode: Zach explains his journey to becoming a Physical Therapist The future of physical therapy – where strength & conditioning meets injury prevention Zach reveals the BEST rehab tool you can have in your arsenal as a physical therapist Adapting to your clients needs and seeing how they move under the bar The benefits of “Landmine Exercises” Hear what Zach recommends for improved hip mobility, motor control, and core stability The importance of proper technique Find out what’s causing the most common injuries Why just because a muscle can be stretched, doesn’t mean it’s tight! Why you should be pinpointing specific mobility limitations The #1 thing you can do to prevent mobility issues and injury Active range of motion vs. passive tension Learn how to avoid corrective exercises that aren’t doing you any good! The stability, mobility, and motor control discussion… The top 4 rehab professionals that have influenced Zach the most Why you NEED to separate yourself from others as a physical therapist The 5 training tips and insights you wish you knew! Should you get someone else to take over your programming? The MAJOR impact of outsourcing your programming Discover the 3 most important exercises for better movement Find out what is limiting your performance in the squat! How to find someone who can help you break down your movement and identify limitations Learn about the upcoming Global Performance Summit (see below) And so much more… If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes or Stitcher. It’s easy to review the show and it’s greatly appreciated to help the show grow. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released each week with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to becoming the Premier Strength and Performance Podcast online interviewing the industry leaders to help people of all levels live their strength and discover their greatness. SHOW NOTES: TheBarbellPhysio.com Dissecting The Squat HeavyMetalBarbellClub.com Movement by Gray Cook Raving Fans: A Revolutionary Approach to Customer Service The Edge of Strength Facebook Instagram DON’T MISS THE GLOBAL PERFORMANCE SUMMIT! GlobalPerformanceSummit.com The Edge of Strength – is now available in Amazon. Check out The Unconventional Guide To Live Your Strength And Discover Your Greatness. To check out the specific kettlebell I use and recommend, go to RdellaTraining.com/kettlebell. Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about strength training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this, join a strong and growing community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff that will help you out! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
Kelly Starrett – How To Free Yourself From Being Deskbound
Dr. Kelly Starrett returns this week as a 4-time guest on the podcast to talk about a critical topic for enhancing your health and living a better life. Kelly Starrett is a movement teacher, strength coach, visionary physical therapist, international speaker, and co-founder of MobilityWOD.com, which has transformed how athletes think about human movement and athletic performance. His first book, Becoming A Supple Leopard, is a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller and was one of the 100 Most Notable Books in 2013 on Amazon. His most recent book (co-written with his amazing wife Juliet and Glen Cordoza) – Deskbound: Standing Up to a Sitting World – unveils a detailed battle plan for surviving our chair-centric society. This book provides creative solutions for reducing the amount of time you spend on your backside, as well as providing strategies for transforming your desk into a dynamic, active workstation that can improve your life. Deskbound is set to become a “game-changing” new approach to biomechanics and human movement. During our discussion, Kelly and I chat about the new book and the dangers of slipping into a sedentary lifestyle. More importantly, though, this interview will open up your eyes and remind you that as humans, we are all designed to move. Kelly outlines the benefits to optimizing your physical environment and teaches you simple approaches to standing more often, self-mobilization, resting load, and so much more!   Here’s what you’ll hear about in this week’s amazing episode: Find out why humans are designed to move The correlation between kids with ADHD and movement How Deskbound is much different from related books The dangers of slipping into a sedentary lifestyle Discover the positive effects of creating a dynamic movement environment How squatting “ass to grass” can eliminate hip and lumbar disease A gradual approach to standing more often How to optimize your position and improve function Looking at the human being as a self-organizing system The concept of “practice makes permanent” How to avoid living in dysfunction and adapting poor positions Understanding the resting load for different positions What in the heck does sitting have to do with the boom in the adult diaper business? Discover a simple approach to standing more often If you can’t breathe in a position – you don’t own that position. The amazing benefits of sitting on the ground versus in a chair or couch For every 30 minutes that you sit, move for 2! The benefits of the “Fidget Bar” Understand posture vs. position Taking the load out of your spine with the “Captain Morgan Pose” Creating an environment where you can constantly move and adjust your position Deadlifting from the “Zombie Position” Putting the skill back into movement The benefits of performing 10-15 min of self-mobilization Learn how to avoid over mobilization The sliding surface concept His favorite mobility tool – and “Partner Smashing” Why exercise doesn’t negate living a sedentary lifestyle Why you can’t “out-train” bad physiology The big question – are you walking enough?  Kelly explains how the Deskbound project came to life Find out how standing helped one company make an extra $40 million in sales Learn how YOU can become a part of the standing revolution Find out how you can win Kelly’s new book – Deskbound: Standing Up to a Sitting World If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes or Stitcher. It’s easy to review the show and it’s greatly appreciated to help the show grow. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released each week with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to becoming the Premier Strength and Performance Podcast online interviewing the industry leaders to help people of all levels live their strength and discover their greatness. SHOW NOTES: MobilityWOD.com Deskbound: Standing Up To A Sitting World StandUpKids.org GilHedley.com The Edge of Strength – is now available in Amazon. Check out The Unconventional Guide To Live Your Strength And Discover Your Greatness. Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS is a strength coach, athlete, and former “physio” who’s mission is to bridge the gaps in strength, performance and injury prevention. Learn how to train at a high level of strength and performance while minimizing (or negating) risk for injury to achieve an unsurpassed level of results. You’ll find free training resources and giveaways at RdellaTraining.com/join.
Steve Kamb – The Hero’s Journey To A Great Life
(#169) Steve Kamb, author of Level Up Your Life and the Founder of Nerd Fitness, joins the podcast this week. For the past 5 years, Steve Kamb has transformed himself from wannabe daydreamer into a real life superhero and actually turned his life into a gigantic video game: flying stunt planes in New Zealand, gambling in a tuxedo at the Casino de Monte-Carlo, and even finding Nemo on the Great Barrier Reef. Steve’s book – Level Up Your Life – teaches you exactly how to use your favorite video games, books, and movies as inspiration for adventure rather than an escape from the grind of everyday life. Steve has helped hundreds of thousands of everyday people through his popular website, NerdFitness.com, to lose weight, get stronger, and live better. During our discussion, Steve shares his inspiring journey and the steps he took to build a life worth talking about. In this interview, you’ll learn how to shift your mindset and prioritize your time so you can accomplish anything you set your mind to. Here’s what you’ll hear about in this week’s amazing episode: Find out how Steve started leveling up his life and living the hero’s journey The 3 mentors that have influenced Steve’s training What Steve’s currently working on – specific training goals Why introducing chaos to your body will make you more resilient Learn how Steve finds balance between bodyweight and barbells Becoming conscious of your actions and prioritizing your time Turning life into a videogame and living the ultimate life Find out how Steve wrote 100,000 words in 4 months! How to eliminate self-limiting beliefs and gain momentum in ANYTHING you do Overcoming mental barriers and living like James Bond The importance of finding out what you’re truly capable of accomplishing The correlation between a healthy lifestyle and running a successful business Why you should never say “I don’t have time” ever again How to quit relying on motivation and start building systems that support your priorities If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes or Stitcher. It’s easy to review the show and it’s greatly appreciated to help the show grow. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released each week with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to become the Premier Strength and Performance Podcast online interviewing the industry leaders to help people of all levels live their strength and discover their greatness. SHOW NOTES: LevelUpYourLife.com BeastSkills.com Anthony Mychal The 4 Hour Workweek Ido Portal Scrivener If you have kettlebell skills and are looking for a powerful program to improve strength, conditioning, and performance check out Kettlebell Domination. It’s a proven, effective program for the serious kettlebell enthusiast. Go to RdellaTraining.com/dominate for complete information. The New book – The Edge of Strength – is now available in Amazon. An Unconventional Guide containing 27 Chapters and a complete system for long term training success. It’s now available as a KINDLE edition or PAPERBACK! To get a FREE sample chapter of the New Book – The Edge of Strength – go to RdellaTraining.com/edgebook. You’ll be able to download the Table of Contents, Introduction, and Chapter One. Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about strength training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this, join a strong and growing community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
Introduction To Strength Stacking
(#152) In this week’s show I wanted to give a few important updates about the release of my NEW book – The Edge of Strength. It’s been a bit hectic since the release of the book, so I wanted to share some key updates and let you know what’s going. I also thought I’d dive deeper into the book and discuss the importance of these 3 chapters: Chapter 4 – How Strong Is Strong Enough? Chapter 9 – A Systems Approach To Strength Chapter 19 – Strength Stacking And, a big THANK YOU to the people I’ve been able to work with and learn from along the way! A short, but valuable episode this week on the show. If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes or Stitcher. It’s easy to review the show and it’s greatly appreciated to help the show grow. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released each week with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to become the Premier Strength and Performance Podcast online, helping people of all levels live their strength and discover their greatness. SHOW NOTES: The Edge of Strength in Amazon RdellaTraining.com/book If you enjoyed this, please share it on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about strength training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this, join a strong and growing community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
Training Challenges, New Resources, And Valuable Insights
(#149) In this week’s episode, I’ll discuss some interesting training challenges to consider, great new resources, and key insights. I also announce the 3 winners of the book give-away contest and also give you a quick update about my own new book – The Edge of Strength (which is less than 2 weeks away). This is a short episode, but has key takeaways about training and valuable insights – not to be missed. If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes or Stitcher. It’s easy to review the show and it’s greatly appreciated. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released each week with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to become the Premier Strength and Performance Podcast online, helping people of all levels live their strength and discover their greatness. SHOW NOTES: RdellaTraining.com/book RdellaTraining.com/learn 40 Years of Insight – Part I 40 Years of Insight – Part II You can now pre-order my NEW book, The Edge of Strength in Amazon. The release date for the paperback edition is December 15th. Click here to check it out! If you enjoyed this, please share it on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about strength training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this, join a strong and growing community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
Ray Toulany – Lessons From Super Strength
(#148) Ray Toulany, host of The Super Strength Show, joins me this week to discuss his story and approach to strength and performance. Ray is passionate about physical culture and he shared many great insights in this episode. This is a rare opportunity to learn from Ray and hear about his own journey into training and performance in a “no-nonsense” interview. Here’s what you’ll hear about in this week’s episode: How Ray got started in the “iron game” How he describes his approach to training His early influences in training The books that made the biggest impact Early mistakes in his own training A specific example of one of his recent training sessions His top training tools for strength and “function” What he really likes about Sandbag Training What he thinks about kettlebells The advantages of integrating different trainings tools Why he decided to start The Super Strength Show The problem with too much information on-line A deep discussion about the real purpose of training Key lessons learned from Arnold Ray discusses his biggest challenges in training When he finds time to train – insights on “time of day” training What was the “aha” moment is his training journey How Ray is better today than he was 6-12 months ago The top things he does everyday to be successful Why it’s important to get to bed early The most important things he does for his health If he could train with anyone – WHO would it be? His simple description of his training philosophy Where you should start if you’re new to The Super Strength Show Fantastic closing advice… If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes or Stitcher. It’s easy to review the show and it’s greatly appreciated. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released each week with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to become the Premier Strength and Performance Podcast online, helping people of all levels live their strength and discover their greatness. SHOW NOTES: SuperStrengthShow.com RossTraining.com UltimateSandbagTraining.com JoshStrength.com You can now pre-order my NEW book, The Edge of Strength in Amazon. The release date for the paperback edition is December 15th. Click here to check it out on Amazon! If you enjoyed this, please share it on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about strength training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this, join a strong and growing community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
5 Important Things I Did To Get Stronger
(#143) In this week’s show, I’ll tell you about the important things I did to get stronger over the last few years. These 5 things are what took my training, performance, and strength to the next level. Learn about these 5 strength training tips and consider them in your own training to improve results. “Common sense is not always common practice.” Be sure to listen to the end of the show for a SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT about the podcast. If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes or Stitcher. It’s easy to review the show and it’s greatly appreciated. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released every Wednesday with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. Get the 36 page TRAINING MISTAKES Guide with valuable training tips for long term success – get it now at RdellaTraining.com/mistakes The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to become the Premier Strength and Performance Podcast online, helping people of all levels live their strength and discover their greatness. If you enjoyed this, please share it on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this article, join a strong and growing community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
Mike Robertson – Physical Preparation and The Holistic Athlete
(#140) Mike Robertson is this week’s featured podcast guest. Mike is one of the most recognized names in the fitness industry and the creator of RobertstonTrainingSystems.com. He’s also the co-owner of Indianapolis Fitness and Sports Performance (I-FAST). Mike has made a name for himself as one of the premier performance coaches in the world, helping clients and athletes from all walks of life achieve their physique and sports performance goals. I’m honored to have Mike on the show this week to discuss his approach to performance training and I know you’ll learn a lot in this episode. Here’s what you’ll hear about in this week’s interview: His short story about his beginnings in the weight room Where he “specializes” as a coach – not what you’d expect Defining the holistic athlete The 3 highlights of his career How he joined forces with the “smartest man in fitness” His viewpoint on who is an athlete Challenges and struggles he’s faced as a coach The biggest influences in his coaching career and why What he’s doing in his training right now What he likes most about competition Where he rates strength on the scale of importance Can you ever be too strong? How to train heavy over a long period of time What he recommends for “de-loading” The simple way he likes to assess movement How he gets better as a coach The one thing he’d like to fix in the fitness industry Why everything starts in the mind His great advice to coaches and trainers The one thing he wished he knew years ago The specific thing you can take away from this interview And, much more… If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes or Stitcher. It’s easy to review the show and it’s greatly appreciated. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released every Wednesday with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. Get the 36 page TRAINING MISTAKES Guide with valuable training tips for long term success – get it now at RdellaTraining.com/mistakes The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to become the Premier Strength and Performance Podcast online, helping people of all levels live their strength and discover their greatness. SHOW NOTES RobertsonTrainingSystems.com PhysicalPreparation101.com UltimateMMA Conditioning by Joel Jamison Mike’s Deadlift Article Mike’s Squat Article If you enjoyed this, please share it on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this article, join a strong and growing community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
Dr. Mike Israetel – Scientific Principles of Strength Training
(#136) Dr. Mike Israetel, co-author of Scientific Principles of Strength Training, is this week’s podcast guest. Dr. Mike Israetel is a true “strength scientist,” athlete, and one of the most brilliant minds in the fitness industry. He co-authored an AMAZING new book that is a “must have” for the serious strength athlete – Scientific Principles of Strength Training. Mike is a college professor in Exercise Science and has coached many athletes including powerlifters, weightlifters, bodybuilders, and others to maximize training and nutrition benefits. His athletic background is that of a completive powerlifter, bodybuilder, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu grappler, as you’ll hear about in this interview. This is an awesome session and a huge honor to have Dr. Israetel join me this week – I’d take out the notepad for this one. Here’s what you’ll learn about this week: What frustrates him the MOST in the fitness industry His story about how he got started in strength training What he does for “cardio” to burn massive calories What his current approach is to strength training His first experience with “leg training” What his “active recovery” phase looks like – and WHY this is important How often an active recovery phase should be implemented Why the NEW book “Scientific Principles of Strength Training” is different from others Who the new book is written for The amazing process of writing this book Why the book is NOT just for Powerlifters What the unique benefit of the book is MRV – Maximum Recoverable Volume – what is it and how do we use it? The major problem with “programming” Key advice for program selection Why it’s important to finish programs!!! Strength and work capacity – understanding this relationship A quick discussion on the “carb” debate – thoughts on low carbs and high performance training An overview of the Renaissance Diet – what exactly is it? The major priorities of the Renaissance Diet and why it works What his interview with Konstantin Konstantinovs (powerlifting champion) was really like Who had the greatest influence on his career What was the turning point when he realized he was a “scientist” The simple advice he’d give to his “younger” self Where you can find Dr. Israetel to learn more And, great closing advice… “Results do occur, but they occur slowly, steadily, and with plenty of hard work and attention to detail.” – Dr. Mike Israetel If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes or Stitcher. It’s easy to review the show and it’s greatly appreciated. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER Take your training to the next level, check out the Kettlebell Performance Seminar coming this September in South Florida. Click here for full information. Registration cut-off is 9/20. The Rdella Training® Podcast is released every Wednesday with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. Get the NEW 36 page TRAINING MISTAKES Guide with valuable training tips for long term success – get it now at RdellaTraining.com/mistakes The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to become the Premier Strength and Performance Podcast online helping people of all levels live their strength and discover their greatness. SHOW NOTES: Scientific Principles of Strength Training Renaissance Periodization Juggernaut Training Systems And, be sure to check out the NEW weekly Scientific Strength Podcast, with new short episodes every MONDAY. If you enjoyed this, please share it on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this article, join a strong and growing community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
Martine Kerr – Common Kettlebell Training Mistakes
(#135) Martine Kerr is this week’s podcast guest in a different type of interview that’s loaded with exceptional content and training insights. Martine is a StrongFirst Team Leader and Level II Kettlebell Instructor. She’s got an amazing background and unique story about how she got into the fitness industry and started her business, KultFitness. This is NOT a typical interview and here’s why… In this interview, Martine and I cover the 7 major kettlebell mistakes in an awesome “you go – I go” discussion. We each cover what we feel are the most common mistakes in a unique dialogue session that I’ve never done before on the podcast – and I’m sure you’ll get a ton of valuable tips from this one! Here’s what you learn about this week: Hear about Martine’s latest key learnings in movement and performance What it’s like to be a trainer in Dubai (where Martine lives) How she segments her group training experiences The easy progression to the kettlebell snatch Why her studio is a reflection of her – her this unique story What equipment she has beyond the kettlebells How she ultimately landed in the fitness industry (after being an international banker) The big reason she became a trainer How she makes such awesome instagram videos What is KULT fitness – it’s not what you think Her “kettlebell” story – how she got started Her real life experience with gluteal amnesia The “7 mistakes” discussion – you’ve got to hear this! Her current favorite book How she sees herself training in 10 years from now How she gets better as a coach Her big closing advice… If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes or Stitcher. It’s easy to review the show and it’s greatly appreciated. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER If you’re committed to taking your training to the next level, check out the Kettlebell Performance Seminar coming this September in South Florida. Click here for full information. Registration cut-off is on 9/20 – don’t wait to register! The Rdella Training® Podcast is released every Wednesday with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to become the Premier Strength and Performance Podcast online helping people of all levels live their strength and discover their greatness. SHOW NOTES: KultFitness.com Kult Fitness on Instagram Fat Loss Happens On Monday If you enjoyed this, please share it on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this article, join a strong and growing community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
RT 127 | Alex Zinchenko – Rough Strength (And Training Simplicity)
Alex Zinchenko, author of Rough Strength Files, is this week’s featured podcast guest. Alex is a self-proclaimed “strength addict” and strength coach who shares his simple ideas and strategies on training and nutrition to maximize results. This is a informative and straightforward session about strength training philosophy and methodology in an exclusive interview from the Ukraine. Here’s what you learn about this week: How Alex got started with his strenth journey The book that started in all Dealing with injury The definition of “Rough Strength” The surprising prevalence of kettlebells in Ukraine How he learned to use kettlebells How he describes his style of kettlebell training 2 limiitations with kettlebells Why strength is so important Hidden beneifts of strength Is there a quality of strength that’s most important? What he’s currently working on with his training His appoach to programming How he prevents “overreaching” His simple approach to nutrition – how to avoid “getting lost” The inspiration behind “Rough Strength Files” Specific tips to be able to perform the free standing hand stand The one arm push up – thoughts and progressions What he learned from Paul Wade A problem in the fitness industry – and how to fix it The most important thing about getting results A big misconception about advanced lifters His big training advice to his younger self The big influences on his training And more… If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes or Stitcher. It’s easy to review the show and it’s greatly appreciated. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released every Wednesday with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is THE Strength and Performance Podcast on a mission to help forge high performing bodies. SHOW NOTES RoughStrength.com Rough Strength Files – The book Video Trailer of the book My preferred brand of kettlebells is still Rogue. To see the exact bell I use, go to RdellaTraining.com/kettlebell Share this valuable episode on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this article, join a strong and growing community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe below or go to RdellaTraining.com/join to get your FREE Report, Kettlebell Impact with 12 of my best Kettlebell Workouts.
RT 119 | Jen Sinkler Is Unapologetically Strong
The wonderful, Jen Sinkler, is the featured guest this week on the podcast. Jen is a true fitness professional who’s evolved through years of training experience. She’s a writer, coach, and self-proclaimed fitness eclectic with a unique approach to fitness and performance. She’s also a successful strength athlete and fitness influencer who’s making a difference. I’m very excited to have her join me for an interview that I guarantee you’ll learn from. Here’s some of what you’ll hear about this week: How she got started in fitness (and how she’s evolved through today) How her approach is different from most A different approach to deadlift programming How they use the “Jefferson Lift” at the Movement Minneapolis How she got her start in kettlebells What her most significant workshops have been She explains here unique philosophy Her secret to increasing “squat strength” The 2 big misconceptions women have about strength training Her approach to “goal setting” Her big advice – specific to strength training The people she looks up to the most in the industry The big training question you need to ask yourself Learn about Lift Weights Faster 2 The one thing she wished she knew earlier in her career What she says can be done better in the industry And, more… If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes or Stitcher. It’s easy to review the show and it’s greatly appreciated. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released every Wednesday with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is THE Strength and Performance Podcast on a mission to help forge high performing bodies. SHOW NOTES: To find Jen Sinkler online, go to JenSinkler.com To learn more about Lift Weights Faster 2, click here I’ve got recommendation for you. Interested in a high performance, clean coffee? Check out RenegadeRoastingCo.com/scott Have we connected on Instagram? Share this valuable episode on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. A NEW Breakthrough Book, THE EDGE OF STRENGTH is coming this summer. If you’d like to be notified about updates and be the first to know when it’s available, enter your primary email below. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this article, join a strong and growing community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe below or go to RdellaTraining.com/join to get your FREE Report, Kettlebell Impact with 12 of my best Kettlebell Workouts.
RT 115 | Brett Jones – Functional Movement And Uncommon Training Approaches
Brett Jones, Chief SFG (StrongFirst) Instructor is this week’s podcast guest. Brett is a Pittsburgh based fitness expert and international presenter with years of professional experiences. He has a Master of Science in Rehabilitative Science from Clarion University and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He’s a national and international presenter for the Functional Movement Screen, as well as an Advisory Board Member. And, he’s the co-creator of many outstanding DVD’s and fitness products. Here’s what you’ll hear about this week on the show: Get a quick update about Brett’s new role The FMS (Functional Movement Screen) – what it is and is not Common mistakes with the FMS Simple tips to be more effective with the FMS Specific progressions to address “weak links” Looking beyond common shoulder asymmetry An underutilized athletic tool to improve shoulder health Hear about the influence of one of his mentors – Dr. Ed Thomas Discover the benefits of Indian Clubs (and how Brett uses them) How this tool can fit into any training program The 1st step to getting started with Indian Clubs The product he’s most proud of What makes a great coach His favorite uncommon kettlebell exercises And, GREAT advice for all of us in his closing comments And, many more key insights from Brett… If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes or Stitcher. It’s easy to review the show and it’s greatly appreciated. To see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review (***Be sure to listen and learn about the giveaway from 4/8/15 through 4/22/15) TO SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES, click here TO SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER, click here The Rdella Training® Podcast is released every Wednesday with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is THE Strength and Performance Podcast on a mission to help forge high performing bodies. SHOW NOTES: To find Brett Jones online, go to AppliedStrength To learn about the Workshop this July with Brett Jones and Dr. Ed Thomas, go to DV8Fitness.com (*special discount available through the end of April) Club Swinging Essentials Kettlebells From the Ground Up (The Kalos Sthenos DVD) Kettlebells For Power Athletes To see the high quality fitness equipment and gear I use, go to RdellaTraining.com/rogue Be sure to connect on Instagram. Share this valuable episode on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. A NEW Breakthrough Book, THE EDGE OF STRENGTH is coming. If you’d like to be notified about updates and be the first to know when it’s available, enter your primary email below. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this article, join a strong and growing community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe below or go to RdellaTraining.com/join to get your FREE Report, Kettlebell Impact with 12 of my best Kettlebell Workouts.
Aaron Alexander – How To Align Yourself Through Better Movement
(#188) Aaron Alexander is the featured guest this week on the show. This session is “unconventional” and fast-paced as we cover some great topics and practical applications. Aaron is the creator of Align Therapy and a fitness podcaster who’s passionate about helping people maximize function and athletic performance through better movement. He’s a corrective exercise specialist who’s had quite a journey in exercise training and you’ll hear his unique approaches to improve movement and performance. Here’s some of what you’ll hear about this week: How his training evolved from bodybuilding to a much more functional approach His biggest breakthrough in performance training The simple way we can all become better movers The qualities that make a coach great How to use exercise as “supplements” – and what does this mean? The problem with barbell shrugs? You’d NEVER guess the training tool he’d pick for the next 6 months A simple way to assess movement And much more… Intentional movement practice – that will keep you healthy forever – Aaron Alexander. If you enjoyed this week’s episode, please drop in a quick review in iTunes. It’s easy to review the show, to see how to post a review in iTunes, go to RdellaTraining.com/review SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN ITUNES SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW THE SHOW IN STITCHER The Rdella Training® Podcast is released every Wednesday with valuable training information and amazing interviews with “world class” coaches, experts, and authors in the fitness industry. The Rdella Training Podcast is committed to becoming the Premier Strength and Performance Podcast online interviewing the industry leaders.  Specifically created for the serious fitness enthusiast, lifter, athlete, coach, trainer, or rehab professional. SHOW NOTES: AlignTherapy.com Move Your DNA by Katy Bowman Influence by Robert Cialdini Also – as mentioned, the 2 recent articles on Rdella Training are: Olympic weightlifting advice from Greg Everett Book Review on the topic of spine health The Edge of Strength – is available on Amazon. Check out The Unconventional Guide To Live Your Strength And Discover Your Greatness. Spread the word! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you’d like. Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about strength training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this, join a strong community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
The Revolution Strong Summit
(#186) I’ve got a HUGE announcement in episode 186 – not to mention it’s a cool episode to listen to… Learn about the project I’ve been immersed in for the last several months – The Revolution Strong Summit! The Revolution Strong Summit unites the industry leaders to educate, inspire, and empower people of all levels and backgrounds in a transformative online experience. The summit happens November 14th through November the 23rd. REGISTER NOW FOR FREE ACCESS and learn from over 30 of the industry leaders. Here’s your amazing line up of presenters. Please go to RevolutionStrongSummit.com and register NOW so you don’t miss a single presentation! Help us spread the word about the SUMMIT! Please share this link on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or anywhere you’d like. Share this with other serious fitness enthusiasts, coaches, trainers, athletes, or anyone you know who will benefit from these incredible experts! Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS writes about strength training methods to optimize health and performance. If you enjoyed this, join a strong and growing community of passionate fitness enthusiasts and subscribe below to get a ton of cool, free stuff! Subscribe at RdellaTraining.com/join and get your FREE Report and Resource Guide.
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Apr 1st, 2015
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Jun 6th, 2019
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