Face it, you're tired of trainers always talking about diet and exercise. This is a podcast that talks about living the good life. From mindset to the science behind why you do what you do, we're determined to help you create a framework that enables you to make effective decisions and take massive action on your dreams.
Today we talk about the traditional reasons for keeping good company and how they can help you learn so much more than the average person. It's still a matter of execution, but you'll have an advantage with allies like the ones you'll have when we spend time with us.
We're gonna finish where I left off yesterday before I went onto a tangent. Consistency is key in anything you do. Sometimes it can be hard, especially when it seems that you're not getting results. Here's how you flip the switch to keep going.
There is so much you can learn from a failed attempt. Mostly, that the more you do, the more you learn, but you can actually learn that you are just like anyone else and your successes really only have to do with the fact that you're bolder than everyone else.
Today we talk about doing things the hard way, the easy way, and your way. There are some nuances to keeping things simple and fortunately for you, we're gonna talk about a solution to solving all of life's problems.
Today we talk about tempo and pace for your workouts. Your tempo is just as important as your frequency and you have to know how much of either you need. We also talk about something you should NEVER do in a gym towards the end of the episode so listen closely.
Here's a little something different today. I've just started some live Q&A in my private Facebook group Project SELFFY (Sustainable Expressions of Love From and For You). We dove deep into some fitness questions with this one so strap in and if you wanna join, look us up on Facebook!
38 is my favorite number and today we're gonna talk about my favorite subject...breathing. We've got a few different ways to do it to be the most efficient in your workouts and there's an extra bonus meditation breath that we'll learn together in today's conclusion.
We're switching it up today and talking about the real world life lesson you can learn from my family of immigrants. I was separated from my family for some time and I want you to know that adversity like that only makes you stronger...
I reminisce today on this first today back from a mini-vacation. It was interesting to come to the realization that I've always been someone who has actively looked to find help, almost as much as I have been willing to help others.
Today we're gonna talk about performance-enhancing drugs as well as a few other "supplements" that can help you get strong. Should you take them? Do they really help? Find out the answer to that here and discover the real world life lessons we can learn from the newly reignited drug culture in our country.
Today is a bit of a switch of the flavor for you as I go a little more heady with the concepts of fear and discomfort. It is my belief that to get to the next level of living the good life, it's important to understand the relationships between our actions and our aspirations. Let me know if you like the new Friday format with a review. I'd appreciate it a lot because I put a lot of time in to putting this one together for you ;-)
Probably one of the most important and most neglected parts of your body is the hip. So many people run into issues later on in life because they did not take the time to properly implement a good hip flexibility program. Here's yours.
It's getting nicer outside and it's time to get our summer body ready. We're gonna learn the difference between running on a treadmill and running in the great outdoors today. You are also invited to our new running program starting soon. Listen to the conclusion for details.
Today we're going to be talking about the old debate of long cardio versus short bursts of movement. Which one's better? Why should you do it? And of course I'll be discussing the real world application to these questions.
Do you have constant headaches or shoulder pain? Does your lower back hurt? Well it might be your neck. Listen in today as I explain a few causes for your pain as well as a couple of ways to prevent it and possibly even eliminate it altogether.
Sleep and supplements are probably the biggest factors for athletes and average Joe's alike. Find out what supplements you should be taking (if any) and how this helps you with getting closer to your friends and living the good life.
Today we're gonna elaborate a little bit about stability. Core is important, but there is a little known thing called proprioception, that you absolutely need if you're gonna be working at 100% capacity with your workouts
This is a very special episode because I get into some of the common mistakes that people make when trying to strengthen their back. We're gonna talk about those movements and give a few of my favorite ones that you can do at home.
We're picking up from yesterday with an actual stretch routine that you can use after your workouts. This is a comprehensive stretch, so listen up, because it's helped literally hundreds, if not thousands of people stay injury free under my training.
Debby has just gotten serious about working out as of the beginning of this year and she's had so much progress. She's older than most of my clients, yet has had the most progress. I had to find out what her secret was and the answer just might surprise you.
Talking about running and running form today. Dropping some knowledge from two decades of experience and 6 NCAA All-American track and field titles. You may be surprised about the complexity of simply going for a jog.
So fitting that I start this series about TRX on a Tuesday. I love alliteration! In fact, I love it so much that I briefly considered having it only on Tuesdays. NE hoo. Stay tuned to find out how these two foundational exercises using the TRX translate to help you accomplish greatness in your everyday life.
Today we've got a mini-episode where I'm talking about "the secret" and how to create a maintain the success you're looking for in life. It's a lot simpler than you think, but it's not easy. Take a listen and don't forget to share!
In this episode here, we sit down and talk to Russian Bodywork specialist, Dave Reeman. He's worked with many NFL teams including the Eagles, Redskins, Titans, Panthers, and Jets. He's got some interesting views about pain and how it can wreak havoc on our lives. Oh, and he gives me a demo too, showing me how it all actually works.
Today, my buddy Dave Charny stopped in to talk mindfulness with me. There are times when we need to stop and observe life and there are times when it's better to plan it out. There are formal and informal ways to do this that could absolutely shift your current paradigm.
I'm so happy that Dave came by and he even left a BONUS GUIDED MEDITATION on the back end of this here episode so listen out for that. You can find out more about Dave and how he might be able to help you personally by going to his website here (https://www.mindfulschools.org/resources/certified-instructor/name/david-charny/). Thanks for listening and don't forget to rate this and/or share this episode on iTunes.
This was our first venture into interviewing guests on the podcast. Today, we spoke with Robert Toporek (http://www.rolfingtoporek.com/). In this episode, we discover how one man who saw some of America's greatest heroes die while serving two tours in Vietnam, turned his life around. He went from an angry confused individual to become a healer who studied under the great Ida Rolf, the creator of the therapy technique, Rolfing.
They say warriors always come back to become healers and this certainly appears to be the case here...
We've made it to 10!! But not without a few hiccups. But that's perfect because today we're gonna be talking about pain and how you can learn to use it as advantage in getting to that next level of success. Pain is a great teacher, but we're gonna discover today that it shouldn't be your only teacher.
As Warren Buffet's mentor Charlie Munger says, "To get what you want you have to deserve what you want. The world is not yet a crazy enough place to start rewarding undeserving people." In this episode we'll find out if you deserve what you want and show you how if you're not quite there.
In lieu of the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles, I discuss my personal experience as Patriots fan and how the Super Bowl has personally effected my life and helped me understand how valuable of a trait patience is to being happy.
Life is a series of circumstances. Every unfortunate event is an opportunity to grow and learn while everything else is an opportunity for gratitude. Listen to this episode as we talk about how life is never happening to us. It's simply a mindset. Life happens for us so that every moment has value just as long as you have the awareness to experience it.