Owning & Operating a Powerlifting Gym w/ Chris Bridgeford
We're joined on this week's episode of CP Radio by Chris Bridgeford! Chris is the owner of Generation Strength Gym in Vancouver, WA, as well as an elite powerlifter in the 242 weight class. With a 2,000+ lb raw total and a blooming business, you might think it difficult to manage being such a high level competitor as well as business owner. Yet, Chris is still crushing both! Listen in to hear how he is able to manage it. For more on Chris, check him out on Instagram or at Generation Strength.
June 23, 2022
Get Off of Paul's Lawn w/ Paul Milano
We're joined on this week's episode by Paul Milano, Founder of Resilient Training Lab. Paul has over fifteen years of coaching experience across a wide range of client and client goals. Paul graduated from UCONN with a Bachelor of Science from the Department of Kinesiology. He had a concentration in Strength and Conditioning, with a minor in Nutrition for Exercise and Sport. While at UCONN he founded the UCONN Powerlifting Club and was a member of the UCONN National Strength and Conditioning Association Club. For more on Paul, check him out on Instagram and at Resilient Training Lab.
June 16, 2022
Why are you nasal breathing bro!? w/ Dr. Mike T Nelson
Dean Guedo and Jeb Stuart Johnston (Jen) continue the Compound Performance Radio take over to bringing Dr. Mike T Nelson to talk all sorts of sh!t on nasal breathing, ice baths, and other perfromance bio hacks...you'll be surprised at his answer...and research. @drmiketnelson
June 08, 2022
If I had a million dollars (Compound Performance Radio Take Over) /w Mike Doehla
Dean Guedo and Jeb Stuart Johnston (Jen) start the Compound Performance Radio take over with an episode with Stronger U founder Mike Doehla @mikedoehla
June 01, 2022
That's DOCTOR Bouncey to You w/ Matt McInnes Watson
Matt McInnes Watson is a track & field and performance coach. He has a master’s degree in athletic development and is currently studying for a Ph.D. in plyometrics. Watson is the owner of Plus Plyos - a coaching business that provides supplementary plyometric programs through video format. He is currently teaching in the United Arab Emirates, and he coaches multiple athletes from the U.K. and U.S. For more on Matt, check him out on Instagram at @mcinneswatson
May 26, 2022
Creating a PT Business that Built to Last w/ Dr. Teddy Willsey
We're joined on this week's episode of Compound Performance Radio by Dr. Teddy Willsey! Better known on the interwebz as @StrengthCoachTherapy, Teddy is a DPT, Sports Rehab & Performance coach, and the co-owner Citizen Athletics. Teddy’s expertise lies in the evaluation and diagnosis of orthopedic musculoskeletal conditions while emphasizing exercise and movement as the primary means of recovery. He is strongly influenced by his background in strength and conditioning and powerlifting. He enjoys working with gym rats, cross fitters, and endurance athletes. Teddy’s emphasizes injury prevention and long term planning as a means to staying healthy. Teddy practices what he preaches- his energy and passion inspire those around him.
May 19, 2022
Mike T Gives Craig an Existential Crisis w/ Mike Tuchscherer
We're joined on this week's episode of CP Radio by someone who truly needs no introduction in the strength community, Mike Tuchscherer. The founder of Reactive Training Systems, Mike began powerlifting in 1997 and became a State Record holder as a sophomore in high school. But, that was just the beginning. He has accumulated a list of achievements that include a 2009 Gold Medal at the World Games, 8 (EIGHT!) USA Powerlifting National Championships, 6 total medals at IPF World Championships (2 bronze, 3 silver, 1 gold), and 3 IPF World Records. And, what's most shocking about it all is that he's better known for his contributions to advancing the art and science of coaching strength athletes of any kind. For more on Mike T, check him out on Instagram and at Reactive Training Systems!
May 12, 2022
Memes Are A Primary Resource w/ Carlos Reyes
Firefighter, Powerlifter, and Pro Strongman Carlos Reyes joins us on this week's episode of Compound Performance Radio! Carlos is credited with a 2,066 lb sleeved total at 242 lbs, and we had a great chat about how memes are a valuable and primary resource for knowledge accumulation. For more on Carlos, follow him at @creyes242!
May 05, 2022
Will Crozier, the first repeat offender to be on CP Radio, joins us once again. If you remember, Will is an elite powerlifter from Australia, who holds claim to a 985 kg total! For the uninitiated, that's 2,171.5 lbs! Will is also the owner of Nexus Performance, and can be found online at @wcroz
April 28, 2022
25 Years of Successful Gym Ownership w/ Joe DeFranco
Joe DeFranco is the founder & owner of the world-famous DeFranco’s Gym. For the past two decades, athletes from around the world have hired Joe because of his remarkable ability to improve strength, speed, power, mobility, agility and sport-specific endurance. Joe’s training techniques have been featured in and on ESPN, Spike TV, NFL Network, WWE Network, Men’s Health Magazine, Men’s Fitness Magazine and in the NY Times best-selling book, The 4-Hour Body. His resume includes NFL players from all 32 teams, Major League baseball players, WWE superstars, UFC fighters, Olympic athletes and college All-Americans. For more info on Joe, check him out on Instagram or at DeFranco's Training!
April 21, 2022
Developing as a Coach w/ Hunter Crine
We had the pleasure of speaking with Hunter Crine on this week's episode of CP Radio! Hunter is the Founder of Kettlebell Coach University, where he empowers coaches who want to learn how to use the Kettlebell in their training, as well as how to create & build their own training businesses. For more info on Hunter, you can check him out on Instagram. And, to learn more about how you can learn from Hunter about business and/or coaching development with KBCU, click here!
April 14, 2022
Science Doesn't Care About Your Opinion w/ Alexis Léveillé
We're joined on this week's episode of CP Radio by Alexis Léveillé. Alexis is a self-employed Physical Therapist, who works in Montreal, Canada, where he earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Physical Therapy at McGill University in 2016. He also fights misinformation in the fitness and musculoskeletal rehab sphere via memes and science education on social media through his handle @nobullshitphysio.
April 07, 2022
Increasing Client Coaching Competence w/ Lisa Lewis
Dr. Lisa Lewis is a licensed psychologist and a certified addictions counselor with a passion for fitness and wellness. She holds a doctorate in counseling and sport psychology and a master’s degree in clinical counseling psychology. Dr. Lewis owns and operates Dr. Lewis Consulting and Psychotherapy, LLC, in Brookline, Massachusetts and online. She has consulted with nutrition and wellness companies and served as part time faculty at Northeastern University. Currently, she works with athletes, high-achieving executives, and fitness enthusiasts, and provides both traditional psychotherapy and performance consultation in her private practice. She also offers professional development and continuing education for coaches and fitness professionals. For more on Lisa, check her out at: drlewisconsulting.com psychskillsforfitpros.com @drlewisconsulting
April 01, 2022
The Compound App is HERE!
On this special edition episode of Compound Performance Radio, Kyle & Matt are joined by our developer, Matt Turner. And, we're answering your burning questions about the new Compound App! For the uninitiated, we're about to release an app that's going to completely change the way training and nutrition coaching is delivered. So, be sure to sit tight and hang with us while we address questions, share details, and explain why we think this is going to enhance your coaching practice! And, if you're as excited as we are to get started, be sure to join our waitlist to get exclusive updates and EARLY ACCESS!
March 09, 2022
Making a Career Out of Powerlifting w/ Sam Calhoun
Sam Calhoun joins us for this week's episode of CP Radio! A 3x National Champ in USAPL's 63kg class, Sam holds an MS in Exercise Science and is a successful remote and in-person powerlifting coach out of Iron Asylum Gym in VA. For more on Sam, check her out on Instagram and at SamStrong500.com!
March 04, 2022
Coaching Elite Athletes w/ Phil Daru
Phil Daru is a world renowned strength and conditioning coach and is the founder of Daru Strong, a brand dedicated to helping one’s performance, life, longevity, personal growth, and becoming the best versions of themselves. Phil also owns and operates the Daru Strong Performance Center in Boca Raton, Florida. Phil has worked with some of the most elite athletes and fighters in the world such as: Joanna Jedrzejczyk, Dustin Poirier, Jr. Dos Santos, King Mo Lawal, Tecia Torres, Colby Covington and over 80 Pro fighters each week. Phil’s resume also includes World renowned celebrities, NFL players, World Champion Boxers, UFC fighters and Olympic athletes. For over 10 years, Phil has been training the top athletes because of his ability to improve performance such as power, strength, speed, agility, mobility, and endurance. For more on Phil, check him out on Instagram and at Daru Strong!
February 25, 2022
I Am Perfection w/ Isabella von Weissenberg
After she began powerlifting in 2013, Isabella quickly rose to international level. She made her debut on the Swedish National team in 2015, earning a bronze medal overall at the Classic World Championships and a European record in the squat. Today she is the current and seven-time IPF raw world record holder in the squat in the -72kg category, the European record holder with a 512.5kg total and 500+ Wilks, twofold European champion and a three time World Championship medalist. In 2017 she was voted IPF Female Lifter of the Year and in 2018 she became the lightest woman in the IPF to squat 200kg in sleeves. While Isabella was making her presence felt as a fierce competitor in the International Powerlifting Federation, she was also developing the foundation of her coaching skills. Over the years, she has coached lifters both online and one on one in a variety of formats, as well as handled competitors at both Swedish and US National Championships. For the past two years, she has held powerlifting seminars all over the world and lectured on Mindset and the psychological aspects of lifting, presenting at events such as the European Powerlifting Conference 2018 in Dublin and The Global Strength Summit 2019 in Dubai. Much of her coaching style is built upon the psychological education she gained from social work studies between 2015 and 2018 at Gothenburg University. Isabella believes that to effectively help clients reach their goals, motivation and mental challenges must be understood and taken into account with equal respect as the physical preparations. The unique experiences of a fast rise to international success, formal education, and practical client work, has given her a solid understanding for the mental rigors that go along with competition at any level. Her ability to listen to athletes, empathize, and challenge them when necessary is one of many major tools to helps lifters achieve their potential on the platform. For more on Isabella, check her out on Instagram
February 17, 2022
Doing the Hard Stuff w/ Dawson Windham
Self described as "some kid who lifts," Dawson Windham joins us on this week's episode. Dawson is a former national champion powerlifter, a coach, and someone who is always pushing his strength boundaries. For more on Dawson, check him out on Instagram or at Team Windham.
February 03, 2022
Cults, Gurus, & Protein Peanut Butter w/ Dean Guedo & Jeb Stuart Johnston
Dean & Jeb are launching the first ever Compound Performance Nutrition Mentorship, beginning on 2/14/2022! Change the way your clients look and feel by mastering the art and science of nutrition coaching. This isn't your typical "let's learn how to track macronutrients" nutrition course. We're going to dive into the nitty gritty detail about what it means to actually *coach* nutrition, as well as how you can create a career out of it!
January 31, 2022
Getting Weird w/ Joel Smith
Joel Smith is the founder of Just Fly Sports and trains athletes and clients in partnership with Evolutionary Fitness in Cincinnati, Ohio. Joel hosts the Just Fly Performance Podcast, has authored several books on athletic performance, and trains numerous clients in the in-person and online space. Joel was formerly a strength coach for 8 years at UC Berkeley, working with the Swim teams and post-graduate professional swimmers, as well as tennis, water polo, and track and field. A track coach of 11 years, Joel coached for the Diablo Valley Track and Field Club for 7 years, and also has 6 years of experience coaching sprints, jumps, hurdles, pole vault and multi-events on the collegiate level, working at Wilmington College, and the University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse. Joel has coached 2 national champions, multiple All-Americans and school record holders in his time as a track coach. In the realm of strength and conditioning, his programs have assisted 5 athletes to Olympic berths that produced 9 medals and a world record performance at Rio in 2016. In 2011, Joel began Just Fly Sports as a central platform to promote information for athletes and coaches to reach their highest potential.
January 20, 2022
Wicked Witch of Nutrition w/ Erin Murray
Erin Murray is a nutrition expert, research assistant, food behavior clinician, and founder of NOURISH. Her private practice and teaching have allowed her to help thousands of people, where she infuses her research with real client case studies. For more about Erin, check her out on Instagram! And, don't forget! There's still time to sign up for the Q1 cohort of the 2022 Group Mentorship! GM15 saves you 15%!
January 13, 2022
Redefining Athletic Development w/ Charley Gould
Charley Gould is a former professional baseball player and strength & conditioning coach. He specializes in helping individuals look, feel, and perform like elite athletes. Charley is the head of sports performance at Universal Athletic Club in Lancaster, PA. For more on Charley, check him out on Instagram here. And, DON'T FORGET - there's still time to sign up for the Q1 cohort of the Group Mentorship, beginning on January 17th!
January 06, 2022
Exploring the Corners w/ Meghan Barrington
On today's episode, we're joined by Meghan Barrington. A Doctor pf Physical Therapy, board certified Athletic Trainer, and Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist - Meghan's tries to instill in her clients that while we can never be perfect, we all can and should strive to be MORE. And, her goal as a coach and DPT is to be a support system and inspiration for her clients to do exactly that. For more on Meghan, check her out on Instagram and at Barrington Kinetics. And, don't forget - our Q1 cohort of the Compound Performance Group Mentorship begins on January 17th! Use code "GM15" to save 15%, when you sign up before January 1st!
December 24, 2021
Becoming A Black Sheep w/ Patrick Coyne
We were joined on this podcast by Patrick Coyne, who is the Owner & Head Coach at Black Sheep Performance in Blue Ash, Ohio. A former Division 1 Quarterback at The University of Cincinnati, Patrick's football career ended prematurely due to injuries. After realizing he could no longer play the game he loved, Coyne immediately started helping players of all levels reach their fullest potential. This is where Black Sheep Performance came to life. While injuries did play a big role in ending his career, he noticed that what he did off the field played just as big of a role as what he did on it. For more on Patrick Coyne, check him out on Instagram or at Black Sheep Performance! And, don't forget! For the entire month of December, use code GM15 for 15% off our Q1 Group Mentorship cohort, beginning on January 17th, 2022!
December 16, 2021
Gen Pop Pays the Bills w/ Kevin Carr
Kevin has amassed a wealth of experience in the field of sports performance and personal training since starting at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning in 2008. Working with everyone from US Olympians looking for a competitive edge to the Average Joe or looking to shed some pounds and get healthier he has helped countless clients move better and live healthier lives. Kevin is Co-Founder of the Certified Functional Strength Coach certification and Movement As Medicine Massage and Movement Therapy Clinic. He has traveled all over the world educating thousands of coaches and therapists about the MBSC coaching system.
December 09, 2021
It's Almost Like Graded Exposure Works With Mike Taylor
Mike Taylor joins us for this episode of Compound Performance Radio. Mike is an active duty Physical Therapist in the United States Air Force, as well as a Powerlifting Coach & Return to Training Specialist with Gifted Performance. We chatted about the role of technique plays in pain & injuries, and how to effectively communicate and/or teach these concepts to athletes that we work with, as coaches. Additionally, Mike shares why he thinks the practice of organized graded exposure can potentially be all that is needed for an athlete as they "rehab" minor injury and/or return to training from significant injury, as well as how to create "buy in" from athletes who might be interested in other, more marketable modalities. For more of Mike Taylor, check him out on Instagram! Also, enrollment for the Q1 2022 Compound Performance Group Mentorship is LIVE! Join now!
December 02, 2021
Podcasting with Adhesions with Derek Miles
On this episode we have Derek Miles of Barbell Medicine and we talked about what is the life of a Physical Therapist which he answered and shared the things that he does day to day. We talked about the good and the bad things that social media has brought the fitness industry. We talked about opportunity of getting to know someone who have the same interest as you do. Then talked a little spicy on what makes him mad in the fitness industry where he answered that Yes, fitness industry somehow is a sales job and it is a confidence game but the over confident people who does not have enough knowledge is taking over the ones that really knows what they are doing. You'll Hear: 1. The idea of working with a raw and novice athlete where we can mold them the way we can. 2. A good group of people to work on. 3. How to work with people who is overthinking and scared. 4. Doing more for client satisfaction. Learn More About Derek here: Here On Instagram Enrollment for Compound Performance Group Mentorship is now open. Grab your spot now.
November 18, 2021
Fitness Adventures with Semaj Hunter
On this episode we have Semaj a traveling strength and conditioning coach sharing what the fitness industry has become. Semaj really think that with the internet and social media the fitness and nutrition is expanding in a strange direction. Semaj then talked about how he got out of the United States and shared his experience on the the difference of what is life outside that makes him think that things aren't that bad as you see or hear on tv. Saying that in terms of fitness and nutrition he has more access to more things and he is actually having fun. You'll hear: 1. How fitness industry is expanding in a strange way. 2. How progressive overload works. 3. Fitness outside USA Learn More About Semaj here: Here on Instagram Enrollment for Compound Performance Group Mentorship is now open. Grab your spot now.
November 12, 2021
Navigating the Dangers of the Internet with Jake Boly
Talking today about how internet and social media impacts our lives and our businesses with Jake Boly. He is a strength and conditioning coach and a content creator and he shares how he used organic strategies through YouTube to build his business. Jake also talks about how toxic social media and its lack of context that blinds the readers and followers. We all know that internet and social media has been great in keeping us entertained and it has been useful in businesses but it has bad effect to some of us. You'll Hear: 1. How internet and social media affects our business and our lives 2. How and what is the process that a content creator do to a business 3. The right platform for your business 4. Youtube vs Social Media Platforms which is better for you. Enrollment for Compound Performance Group Mentorship is now open. Grab your spot now. Learn more about Jake Boly here: On Instagram On YouTube Work with Jake Jake's Training Shoe Reviews
November 05, 2021
Fuck your Gait Cycle with Jamie Smith
On this episode we have Jamie Smith of "Melbourne Strength Culture" and on this chat Jamie shared on how he came up with the business, how he made his gym to be one of the best facilities in Australia. We also talked about what keeps the business running despite the pandemic and how he manage to fight being mentality depressed. We also talked about how important culture is in branding your business. Then we discussed on where is the best placed to put an educational content. You'll Hear: 1. How important the word culture in the fitness business. 2.Things you can do in confronting culture unfit members. 3. The very confusing teachings about Gait Cycle If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Enrollment for Compound Performance Group Mentorship is now open. Grab your spot now. To learn more about Jamie, check him out here: on Instagram
October 29, 2021
Crushing Rehab Narratives with Andy Chen
On this episode we have Dr. Andy Chen for the second time. We had so much more to discuss since the first recording, so we decided to re-record and go deeper. In this episode Andy shared his experience of how he run his business from rebranding and making it in a pandemic. He also added that pandemic made him slow down and think properly that made him execute things for the good of his business. We also talked about his vision to stop the misconceptions and false information that plaque the fitness industry. You'll Hear: 1. Entreprenuer side of Fitness. 2. What this pandemic taught us. 3. The pros and cons of Social Media. Dr. Andy Chen is a co founder of Movement PT and Performance. A place for physical therapy and performance training for people who want to live an active lifestyle. They take you from chronic pain to high performance. Learn More About Andy and Movement here: Instagram: @dr.andychen and @movement.ptp If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Enrollment for Compound Performance Group Mentorship is now open. Grab your spot now.
October 21, 2021
Talkin Snatches with the Barbell Osteo
Happy to have Caity "The Barbell Osteo" Haniver on the show today talking about life in the pandemic. We also talked a lot about snatches and weightlifting cause if you don't know Caity is also a professional weightlifter. Caity shared her journey on become a weightlifter, she also shared things on what she see and experience in the weightlifting community. We also went into a little bit about business and what happened to that infamous social media outage that made us think twice to get our business into other social media platforms. We also talked about how important active lifestyle is especially now that we have the pandemic. You'll Hear: 1. The Weightlifter's world 2. The equality in weightlifting 3. Difference between Powerlifting and Weightlifting 4. Stressful weightlifting environment 5. Where and How to get ideas for educational social media content 6. The importance of living an active lifestyle Dr. Caity Haniver is an Osteopath, weightlifting coach and strength coach in Melbourne who has been in the health industry for over 10 years. She uses her knowledge of strength sports and an osteopathic holistic view of the body to help people move better, breath better and feel better. She is passionate about helping barbell athletes and coaches increase performance through coaching, mobility programming and educational seminars. The Barbell Osteo Dr. Caity Haniver's Instagram (@thebarbellosteo) If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Enrollment for Compound Performance Group Mentorship is now open. Grab your spot now.
October 14, 2021
Talking Rehab with Mike DeMille
Mike DeMille on the show today, and we're talking about filling the gap between Physical Therapy and Personal Training. Mike is an athlete, a baseball player before making it in the fitness industry as a physical therapist. With extensive PRI education, Mike shares his vision for how he sees the fitness industry and clinicians working together to improve care to patients and clients. You'll hear: 1. Difference between In-Network and Out-Network Physical Therapy Practitioners 2. The truth about educations for clinicians 3. The right application but not seeing the reason behind. 4. The pros and cons of social media in the fitness industry Mike DeMille is a Postural Restoration Certified practitioner who treats patients dealing with chronic pain and progresses his patients back to an active lifestyle of weight training and their other favorite healthy activities. Mike graduated from Springfield College with a Doctor of Physical Therapy where he also pitched for the varsity baseball team. Mike uses his unique skill set and knowledge base to provide corrective exercise, neuromuscular re-education, and capacity training while recognizing the natural asymmetries of the human body to provide a custom plan of care and optimize results. Divergence Physical Therapy and Wellness If you're a PT who's taken PRI and interested in applying it learn more here: Divergence PT's Solidify Course Mike on Instagram If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Enrollment for Compound Performance Group Mentorship is now open. Grab your spot now. Leave a 5 star review so that our episodes can help more people.
October 07, 2021
Psychological Motivation with Building the Elite
On this episode we have a very smart guests from Building the Elite Craig and Jonathan. This chat went very well for I have learned alot from talking with this guys. Inside of this episode we dive into the truth about motivation, how it works and the science behind motivation: dopamine and the how the brain plays part of it. Mental Skills the Segmenting and the Compartmentalization. Then we went to Responding to Stress from a coach and a client perspective and then Lastly we talked about Jaggedness. How unique we are us a human that we have to communicate and listen to our client and see if what we are doing to them is helping. You'll hear: 1. The 2 types of motivation. 2. The science of motivation. Dopamine and brain 3. Difference between a desire and control base circuit 4. How Mental Skills like segmenting and compartmentalization works 5. Acting into feeling. Behavior can change your feeling. Action precedes motivation 6. Managing Stress Respond 7. The 2 steps in Appraisal Processes 8. 2 Ways how you respond to stress: Threat or Challenge 9. Jaggedness: Individual Variable Craig Weller former USN SWCC (Special Warfare Combatant Crewman). He is also certified under the Department of State’s Worldwide Personal Protective Service-2, and spent nearly two years on the High-Threat Protection team for the U.S. Ambassador to Baghdad in Iraq. In Special Operations and in subsequent private deployments, Weller held a variety of instructional and diplomatic security roles in locations including Kenya, the Philippines, Central America, South Sudan, and Iraq. Along with Jonathan Pope, he co-founded Ethos Colorado Training Center, a full-service strength and conditioning facility based in Denver. Prior to that, he founded Barefoot Fitness in South Dakota, with two training facilities based on minimalist principles developed while training SOF personnel in austere locations. Craig is a Precision Nutrition Level Two certified nutrition coach, and works with Precision Nutrition as a writer and designs their exercise systems. Jonathan Pope Jonathan is a strength and conditioning coach based out of Denver, Colorado with over ten years of coaching experience and a BS in Exercise Science. Along with Craig, he co-founded Ethos Colorado Training Center in 2010, where he is the lead coach and oversees operations. Jonathan also works with Precision Nutrition as a coach where he develops coaching strategies used with thousands of clients every year. When not working he can be found chasing ski mountaineering objectives all over the world or competing in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Enrollment for Compound Performance Group Mentorship is now open. Grab your spot now. Leave a 5 star review so that our episodes can help more people.
September 30, 2021
Pondering the Meaning of Training with DJ Murakami
Today on the show we have DJ Murakami and we talked about the Meaning of Training and how this meme accounts are ruining the fitness industry. We also talked about how some fitness professionals are very fond of having their own versions of an existing exercise and calling it their own. We also talked about the terminology fitness professionals used that confused or alienate their clients. You'll here: 1. Explaining a Coaching Process. 2. Bench Press as the hardest technique to do. 3. The difference between athlete and athletic. 4. Compression Expansion Explained. Learn more about DJ here on Instagram If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Leave a 5 star review so that our episodes can help more people.
September 23, 2021
Athletic Development with Ryan Hopkins
On this episode we have Ryan Hopkins who runs a very successful gym and in this chat he shares his knowledge on how he was able to outrun the struggles he encountered in making his own and opening his own facility. We talked about paying attention to things you should know in running your own space. Also in this episode we talked a lot about our experiences as a trainer and how we would have made things better for the good of the clients. We also talked about the difference between an in-person and an online training and how clients responds to that type of training. If you don't know what your are doing as a trainer or you are not knowledgeable enough to give that training to a client you better give them to someone who really can help them. You'll hear: 1. The Dos and Donts in opening your own space. 2. Things you should know to maximize your facility. 3. The pro's and con's of in-person and remote training. Learn more about Ryan here on Instagram If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Leave a 5 star review so that our episodes can help more people.
September 16, 2021
Hair Care with Steve Calarco
Don't be confused with the title! Steve just had this very nice face that we have to talk about our hair and our beards. If you can see that cover you'll probably know what we are talking about. In this Episode we started with the poll discussion (if you can remember) of wether a trainer knows their own worth OR the clients know their trainer's worth which comes down to confidence in your continued education. Our education plays a big part for us as coaches/ trainer it's we meet like mind people that we can build relationship with and broaden our knowledge even more. We also tackled trainer and client relationship and how we should keep professional boundary. Young coaches that does not know that much who jump to being a business mentor and fitness influencer does not have enough knowledge and experience is ruining the fitness industry. _______________________ You'll Hear: 1. Factors to consider to knowing your worth as a coach. 2. What coaches overvalue for financial gain. 3. Setting professional boundaries with your client 4. What to look when you are hiring additional coach. If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Leave a 5 star review so that our episodes can help more people.
September 09, 2021
Thoughts as Deep as His Squats with the Flexibull
On this episode we Jeff Wolf aka the @theflexibull and we talked about what made him a successful trainer and flexibility. We started with how he got into different modalities of fitness that gave him the experience and the edge among trainers. With him who experience and get to deal with a vast spectrum of clients, he believes that his passion and experience plays a big part of what he have accomplished. He also added that as an aspiring coach/trainer to have to get yourselves enough knowledge and be exposed to a lot of situations with your clients because it is from there that you will gain a true experience. Jeff also said to instill to your clients the all the knowledge they need and care for them and you will rip a very rewarding benefits of it one day. We also talked about Stretching and Flexibility and the misconceptions around those two when it is added to a strength training conversation. Jeff also stressed that what makes him angry in the Fitness Industry right now is some people's unwillingness to engage to any sort of intellectual discussion. ------------ You'll hear: 1. How gearing yourself of knowledge with different modalities of fitness gives you an edge. 2. Three things that you can utilize to change somebody's life. 3. The important factor you should know to be successful as a trainer. 4 The gap between Strength Training and Stretching/Flexibility. 5. The misconceptions of flexibility. If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Leave a 5 star review so that our episodes can help more people.
September 02, 2021
5 Inch Inseams with Clifton Harski
In this episode we have Clifton Harski and we talked about his experience on how he got into fitness and how he landed as the Director of Education at PPSC. We also talked about him trolling and having fun in this "Memening" age. Cliff also shares his experience with injury and the travels he went. The best part of this interview is when Cliff got into talking about certifications and how him and PPSC worked together to give coaches and clients the proper care and education they need to move on with life. Cliff also gave us details on how and what they really do in PPSC. You'll hear: 1. Why most people take certification over workshops. 2. Idea of how certifications are made 3. The 3 tenants that PPSC operates 4. Self-Importance is destroying the fitness industry Learn More for Clifton: Instagram @cliftonharski
August 26, 2021
Coaching Champions with Joey Flexx
We have in our show Joey Flexx. In today's episode Joey shares how he trains and the importance of building relationships he has to his people and building champions. He mentions that becoming a champion does not happen overnight it require time, hard work and a good relationship. Joey also talks about being true and honest to his people and that every coach should have this quality and not accept clients for the wrong reasons. Clients should be taken care of and referring them to someone that can really help them is the way to do it. You'll hear: 1. How champions are built. 2. Tips on how to retain clients. 3. Innovate, move forward and be consistent. 4. A good conversation to help your people. A staggering 25% of the Gold medalist of the RAW division is under his radar so keep an eye out. Joey is a full time online powerlifting coach in the LA area; An elite powerlifter who has competed in the USPA, USAPL federations and has coached at the IPF World level on multiple occasions. He has helped lifters from all over the world - novice to elite. Along with that, he has produced multiple state, national and world champions. In addition to producing elite powerlifters, Joseph has helped countless individuals build confidence in the gym, strong bodies, and a competitor's mentality. With an ever growing roster, he prides himself on unparalleled communication and provides the path to keep you moving towards your next PR. Whether your goals are on the platform, in the gym, or on the scale. Checkout more of Joey's work here: Joey Flexx on Instagram Website
August 19, 2021
Creating Leaders of Movement with Matthew Uohara
We have to admit that this episode's guest is the most humble guest we have so far. We have Matthew Uohara a strength coach. He is one of those people on social media that keeps our minds working, he is a source of information. His stuff is so informative that every time I checked on his last post I learn something. So in this episode we talked about what makes him both effective and informative. How is he able to equip himself with the vast knowledge of PRI exercises and movement in general. You'll hear: 1. The most valuable ways a strength coach can learn. 2. Understanding the theory of the application as a valuable way of learning. 3. How an aspiring strength coach can effectively learn. Learn more about Matthew here on Instagram: @leadersofmovement If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Leave a 5 star review so that our episodes can help more people.
August 12, 2021
Deadass Training with Junil Rodriguez
This episode is going to be fun. In today's podcast we have the bubbly "Global Trainer" Junil Rodriguez who we are very proud of what she has accomplished as a trainer and in this episode we talked about her experience being in the corporate gym and her transition to becoming a private trainer which she enjoyed a lot because it gave her freedom. We also talked about her experience as a global trainer, and gym awkward moments. To learn more about Junil connect with her here: @thejunmethod If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Leave a 5 star review so that our episodes can help more people.
August 05, 2021
Craig Grows Up!
This episode is going to be a little different than our usual for we will be introducing Craig Owen. Craig was once our "FORMER" intern though we grabbed him and hired him as one of our coaches Craig will always be our "FORMER INTERN". So stay tuned and see what makes Craig special that we hired him. To learn more about Craig checkout Instagram: @_craigowen If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Leave a 5 star review so that our episodes can help more people.
August 02, 2021
Thinking Outside the Box with Grant Fowler
In this episode we have Grant Fowler who shared with us of what makes him a very interesting coach and why his making buzz on social media. His way of learning intrigues some of us and on this chat we talked about his exposure to alternative medicine as the answer. He shares on what possible way we apply apply alternative medicine to our trainings. He also added that being subjective made him a better coach. You'll hear: 1. The Subjective and the objective ways of coaching you client 2. Fear as a motivator to help your client. 3. What makes Grant angry in the fitness industry. About Grant Fowler: The Holistic, Science-Driven, Relentless Pursuit of High-Performance. Learn more about Grant here: @flower_fitness_spt If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Leave a 5 star review so that our episodes can help more people.
July 29, 2021
Thicc and Bouncy with Tim Riley
About Tim Riley: I’m a personal trainer & lead sports performance coach at the Kollective in Austin, Tx. Currently, I’m coaching/directing the strength & conditioning program for our NFL off-season group. With camps starting soon my attention will be focused on preparing for our inaugural Pre-Draft process next year. Im the creator of the “Knee Pain Program” which is a comprehensive guide to improving jumper’s knee. I’ve also got a show on my YouTube channel called “Coach Me Up” where I interview coaches in an effort to understand their methodology. I’m a simple man. I’m a father. I love to lift heavy, run fast, get massive pumps, and dunk on people. I’m a CERTIFIED meat rocket and proud member 100kg dunk club (rare air people). I use the Ric Flair “WHOO” in excess and eat my steak medium rare/rare. I’m still waiting on Matt Domney to submit a rim grab video. If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Leave a 5 star review so that our episodes can help more people.
July 22, 2021
Not Your Average Golf Training with Andrew Hannon
In this episode we have Andrew a Golf Performance Specialist and with this interview we talked about what is the fun and hard part on making a program for both in-person and remote clients and how to communicate with them. Andrew also shares his principle of training and how to give to your client space to have fun and that being flexible and blending will in order to cater a various range of clients. You'll hear: 1. Andrew's principle of training and Fitness in general. 2. What makes Andrew angry in the Fitness Industry. 3. How do you deliver and communicate with your remote clients. About Andrew Hannon Andrew started as an athlete in a small town in Kansas where he participated in three sports in high school. His sports career continued at Baker University where he played baseball and basketball. During that time Andrew began to find his true passion for fitness and performance. While majoring in Exercise Science his knowledge on fitness and health continued to grow. Throughout his athletic career at Baker, he realized his strength performance goals could be reached by getting into weight lifting. After he graduated he knew that he wanted to share the knowledge he learned to help other people, and that’s where his personal training career started. What Andrew loves about personal training is the fitness industry is always expanding and there is always something new to learn. The mindset and heart of an athlete, he continued to look for opportunities to continue his education with health and fitness. He embraced the learning and concepts of golf fitness and performance. He believes that the general public can benefit from the techniques and concepts of golf fitness training through mobility, flexibility, dynamic movement while throwing a twist with traditional strength and athletic movements. Andrew views health and fitness is not necessarily about looking ripped or toned year round with high intensity workouts, but about a life style change through active habits, maintainable nutritional choices, and a healthy mind set of self-worth. Andrew loves working with all types of people, and enjoys creating valuable interpersonal relationships that can help clients exceed their goals. He enjoys learning about his clients to ensure a fun, motivational and fulfilling workout. Need help building an effective movement assessment? Register for the free training here. Create an assessment based on your client demographic and choose the most efficient exercises Wednesday, July 14th @1pm CST Enrollment for Q3 Group Mentorship is now open. We officially start July 17th. Learn how to create outcomes and turn them into incomes. Grab your spot here. If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Leave a 5 star review so that our episodes can help more people.
July 15, 2021
Evan Peikon is Meta!
Yes! really is the Meta of fitness. Wait until you hear what he says in the podcast. We talked about how technology and data research helped Evan in his practice in the fitness industry. He also mentioned how a medical equipment can be a source of data for research and use it as a tool on how to make a proper program for a client. And as always Evan also answered one of our only scripted question. What he hates about the fitness industry. You'll Hear: 1. How Evan make it to Fitness Industry. 2. Can an Athlete really push harder than what they can? 3. If there is a measurement if an athlete reach his peak. 4. Finger Flexor Strength as the limiter for heavy people in terms of climbing. 5. What makes Evan angry in the Fitness Industry. About Evan Peikon Evan Peikon is an integrative physiologist with an interest in enhancing human performance through the use of technology, better training practices, and cutting edge research and design. Evan has experience working as a consultant for professional sports teams, special operations performance groups, as well as biotechnology companies who are invested in enhancing human performance. Evan is also a sports scientist and performance coach at the Training Think Tank where he works with athletes across the United States and internationally. Need help building an effective movement assessment? Register for the free training here. Create an assessment based on your client demographic and choose the most efficient exercises Wednesday, July 14th @1pm CST Enrollment for Q3 Group Mentorship is now open. We officially start July 17th. Learn how to create outcomes and turn them into incomes. Grab your spot here. If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Leave a 5 star review so that our episodes can help more people.
July 09, 2021
I'm a Cool Chick with Sahmura Gonzalez
"A good listener and empathetic are the basic skills you need in order to work with people." That is what our guest Sahmura Gonzalez taught us that being a good listener, empathetic and a good communicator are the skills she have that make her standout when transitioning out of a corporate gym. She also talks about when to leave and what you need to know before leaving the corporate gym. We also ask her on her take the difference between a Trainer and a Health Coach. What makes her angry about the Fitness Industry. Sahmura Gonzalez is a National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach (NBC-HWC) and Personal Trainer in NYC. She holds a B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College and completed her Integrative Health Coaching Professional Training at the Department of Integrative Medicine at Duke University. Over the nine years that Sahmura has spent in the fitness, health, and wellness industry, she has trained and coached over 20,000 sessions and worked with hundreds of clients with a wide variety of backgrounds and goals. In this episode we talk about: 1. About Sahmura Gonzalez03:15 2. How and When to leave corporate gym and be independent. 06:15 3. Questions to ask before deciding that you can make it on your own 15:46 4. What is Health Coaching and why Sahmura advice every coach would have it 21:18 5. The importance of words and language in order to communicate with clients 26:19 6. When to seek help 35:51 7. Difference between Personal Training and Health Coaching 37:40 8. What makes Sahmura angry in the fitness industry? 55:35 Enrollment for Q3 Group Mentorship is now open. We officially start July 17th. Learn how to create outcomes and turn them into incomes. Grab your spot here. If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Leave a 5 star review so that our episodes can help more people.
July 01, 2021
Sadly, Bill Werkman was killed in the recording of this podcast with Will Berkman
Will holds a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports science and a Master’s in Nutrition and Dietetics, both from the University of Sydney. He has been coaching lifters since 2014, and now works with beginner through elite powerlifters both within Australia and internationally. He also works with general population clients and collaborates with other allied health professionals. He has hosted seminars on strength training, coaching practice, and nutrition, as well as producing ongoing educational content for fitness professionals. Learn more about WillFind Will on Instagram Enrollment for Q3 Group Mentorship is now open. We officially start July 17th. Learn how to create outcomes and turn them into incomes. Grab your spot here. If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Leave a 5 star review so that our episodes can help more people.
June 24, 2021
Stuck in Canada with Alex Effer
Alex Effer earned his Bachelors of Kinesiology from the University of Toronto, obtained a Post-Graduate Certificate in Exercise Science for Health and Performance from Niagara College and is a Certified Exercise Physiologist, Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach, and EXOS Performance Specialist. Alex continuously improves his education through courses and regular personal reading from both Canadian and international sources to enhance his knowledge in stress physiology, neurology, biomechanics, respiration, autonomics, psychology (i.e., human behaviour and habit formation), and systems thinking. Alex has gained extensive clinical and practical experience treating and training a variety of clients from professional and amateur athletes, high profile executives, older adults, individuals with certain medical conditions such as Stroke, Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Congenital Heart Disease, Postoperative rehabilitation and individuals with chronic and complex pain. Alex’s experience includes: Head Exercise Physiologist at Ace Sports Clinic Inc; Director of Return to Performance and Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Varsity Baseball, Women's Lacrosse, and Golf team at the University of Toronto; Consultant for the Varsity Blues Football, Hockey, Swimming Team; Head Exercise Physiologist for Balance Physiotherapy; and consultant to Olympic Swimming Athletes, and NBA players. Most recently, Alex has decided to build his own business under the name Resilient Training and Rehabilitation, a name that emphasizes Alex’s unique approach to fitness, which is one that combines both aspects of normal fitness and rehabilitation principles to achieve long- lasting pain free results. Alex uses his comprehensive knowledge and passion in exercise science, autonomics, respiration, rehabilitation, and biomechanics to develop programs that promote injury prevention, sports performance, and rehabilitation through quality of movement. Be the first to be notified when enrollment officially begins. Get on the waitlist here. If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and Share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_, @mattdomney, and @alex.effer Leave a 5 star review so that our episodes can help more people.
June 17, 2021
Raising the Industry Standard in Q3 of 2021
Today's episode breaks down what's coming for Compound Performance in Q3. Be the first to be notified when enrollment officially begins. Get on the waitlist here. If you like this episode, then please do us a favor and Share it with your friends on Instagram and tag us @compoundperformance_ and @mattdomney Leave a 5 star review so that our episodes can help more people.
June 14, 2021
Cutting through the Bulls#!t with Derek Akunne
Derek Akunne is a physical therapist who helps lifters navigate pain/injury and return to training UNT Football Alum and coach for Gifted Performance Learn more about Derek here on Instagram. Work with Derek by scheduling consult here. Want to turn your outcomes into income? Get on the waitlist for the next round of the Group Mentorship coming end of June 2021. Click here to join.
June 10, 2021
Building a Multi Million Dollar Empire with Mike Bouranis
About Mike Bouranis He is a coach and trainer on a mission to make things simpler for you. I'll be honest. Growing up, I was never really into fitness. I loved skateboarding, going to concerts, and hanging out with my friends. Although I played multiple sports growing up, it was never really my passion. That is until I went to college and began learning more about the body, its systems, and its ability to adapt to training. You see, I've always loved puzzles. Whether it be crosswords, riddles, or even figuring out how to perfect a trick while skateboarding - figuring out the solution to a problem always interested me. During my studies I began to realize that our body was just that: a set of infinite puzzles. Want more strength? speed? power? Then we have to create a series of stimuli to get there. I discovered exercise selection, periodization, intensity - along with other variables - are pieces that can be manipulated to achieve my client's training goals. In my final year in college, I got certified in training. Since then, I have continually strived to be the best problem solver I can be. I've interned and learned from some of the best coaches in the industry. I've attended countless seminars, talks and workshops all with the goal of continually learning, growing and perfecting my craft. Currently, I implement my techniques by coaching athletes and clients in West Babylon, as well as online through my business Stoked Athletics. I also work with organizations like the LIU Post Men's Lacrosse team, and West Babylon High School's Girls track and Field team. Learn more here.
June 03, 2021
Stay in Your Fucking Lane With Natalie Hanson
3x World Champion, Natalie Hanson joins us today for another episode of Compound Performance Radio. She picked up a barbell for the first time in a CrossFit gym and began to realize that physical strength changed how she viewed the world around her. She transformed from trying to squeeze herself into a predetermined mold to unapologetically embracing her fierce competitive nature, work ethic, and talent and began channeling it to reach goals. She is the Owner and Coach of Corvus Strength Co. Connect with Natalie on Instagram here: @natalie.907
May 27, 2021
The Dunking Nomad with Jake Tuura
Jake is an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Youngstown State University. Since 2009, he has been obsessed with human performance and muscle gain. This website is where he organizes his and others' thoughts on training methods, rants about the the industry's stupidity, and provides his take on how to actually go about getting jacked while optimizing athleticism. Learn more here about Jake here: https://jaketuura.com/
May 20, 2021
Skill Acquisition with Mike T Nelson
Dr. Mike T Nelson is a research-fueled Fitness and Nutrition educator who believes that something something and something should this thing and that thing. Dr. Mike T. Nelson has spent 18 years of his life learning how the human body works, specifically focusing on how to properly condition it to burn fat and become stronger, more flexible, and healthier. He’s been called in to share his techniques with top government agencies, universities and colleges, fitness organizations and fanatics. The techniques he’s developed, and the results Mike gets for his clients have been featured in international magazines, in scientific publications, and on websites across the globe. Creator of the Flex Diet Certification and Physiologic Flexibility Certification, and host of the Flex Diet Podcast Learn more here.
May 13, 2021
Lifting Heavy Things With Will Crozier
Elite Powerlifter - 985kg Co-Owner & Coach: @nexusperformance.aus
May 06, 2021
The Un-Trollable Luke Tulloch
About Luke Tulloch: I'm an insufferable coffee geek, average guitar player, and animal-lover. I've been a personal trainer in Sydney, Australia for 13 years (although I'm currently living in Gothenburg, Sweden). I've also attended university to study neuroscience, started an online education business, and delivered in-person seminars around the world. I know how much it sucks when you love training but can't quite seem to get the results you want. I've been there myself, but luckily I've developed the tools to get unstuck through years of reading research and gaining coaching experience. I'm lucky enough to help people who love to train feel lean and strong without the constant food stress and second-guessing that often comes with chasing your ideal physique.
April 29, 2021
Coach Kassem Hanson is the creator of N1. N1 looks at the biochemical responses from training types and matches them with an appropriate nutrition plan that will fuel both performance and recovery down to a cellular level. Our mission and promise to you is that we will work with you on an individual level, not like textbook case study.
April 22, 2021
On Female Training with Sharelle Grant
Sharelle Grant, online Women’s Health & Fitness Coach, and WBFF Bikini Pro. My mission is to educate and empower women to be in control of their own body, mind & soul, and evolve into the healthiest, strongest, most resilient version of themselves. I have a background in Nursing & Midwifery, but my own personal journey inspired me to start my own coaching business in the fitness industry.
April 15, 2021
Jarred Boyd is Smarter (and cooler) Than You
Dr. Jarred Boyd currently works for the NBA franchise, Memphis Grizzlies as a Performance Physical Therapist. Prior to joining the Grizzlies, Jarred was on staff at R2P at the Frederick facility. He currently is still involved with the R2P Academy Continuing Education platform. Since high school he has had a strong interest in the anatomy and physiology of the human body. The ability to use neurological and musculoskeletal systems to influence performance and potential were always intriguing. As a result, Dr. Boyd attended Virginia Commonwealth University earning a B.S. in Exercise Science. Two weeks after graduation he went on to attend school at the country’s only dual degree program at Shenandoah University in Winchester, VA. Dr. Boyd had the opportunity to perform top clinical rotations at The University of Tennessee, United States Air Force Academy, and EXOS. It was during those experiences that he developed skills in the realm of sports and the physically active population, eventually earning a Masters in Athletic Training and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2015. As a physical therapist and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Dr. Boyd’s goal is to facilitate return to activity and enhance patients potential by identifying opportunities to improve function and empowering patients with the tools to live better.
April 08, 2021
Counter-nutated thoughts with Katie St. Clair
About: Katie St. Clair, CSCS, CPT Katie is a wife, mom, strength coach, educator, business owner, and lover of all things movement. After 20+ years in the industry, Katie decided to create an educational program based on her passion for seeing other women excel in the industry as leaders and educators, There was a time when life got in the way and she couldn't be the professional she wanted to be because she had to put her family first. She has spent the past 5 years embarking on a journey of learning and combining that knowledge with her love of athletic movement, as well as her passion for empowering female movement professionals, with the intent to elevate the entire industry standard.
April 01, 2021
When Trolling Goes Wrong with Dean Guedo Jen Stuart Johnston
Today we're sitting down with Jen Stuart Johnston and Dean Guedo about the impact of trolling and social media for our fitness business. In this episode we talk a lot about social media, trolling our friends, and Matt's obsession with meme pages.. as well as some fitness and nutrition things. About Jen Stuart Johnston: My name is JEB Stuart Johnston. You can call me Dragon. I’m pretty into martial arts and lifting weights. Not necessarily in that order. About Dean Guedo: I like cops, doing tons of activities, and aspirations to create a multimedia company that provides worldwide prestige service.
March 25, 2021
Kettlebells and Butt Stuff
Today Coach Samantha Ciaccia sits down with Matt and Kyle to talk a little about fitness and a lot about her adventures in the ER, The is a laugh out loud episode that you won't want to miss! Trainer by day, Physician Assistant by night. Sam lives a duo-career, treating patients in the ER while living out her passion as a Strength Coach in NYC. She’s helped a range of clients from getting out of pain to conquering feats of strength! Kettlebells are her specialty focusing on the biomechanics of movement patterns and how they are applied to Kettlebell training. She encourages everyone to live up to their full potential in her sessions and overall in life! Samantha sits down with Matt and Kyle to talk a little about fitness and a lot about her adventures in the ER, The is a laugh out loud episode that you won't want to miss!
March 18, 2021
Stop Stealing David Grey's Shit
Today we're sitting down with physical therapist, David Grey. In today's episode we discussed David's approach to training and therapy, his incredibly popular Lower Body Basics program, and our shared frustration with the lack of oversight and efficacy within the online fitness community. About David: David is a Neuromuscular Physical Therapist specializing in Rehabilitation and Performance. He works with clients from all over the world, from office workers to Olympians and professional athletes competing at the highest level in sport. David's research and training has brought him across the globe, learning from some of the greatest minds in movement, S&C, gymnastics, stretching & mobility, Chinese martial arts and biomechanics. He integrates many systems and methods and takes a holistic approach to helping people get out of pain and improve performance. David has spoken and delivered workshops internationally and regularly coaches and consults for some of the best minds in the industry.'
March 12, 2021