We’re back! (Catching up from Summer Break)

Darwin, Andy, & Luis catch up and talk about what they've honed in on during the summer. Some nuggets here about intent, simplifying, and gaining ownership of your training!     [iframe style="border:none" src="//html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/11110466/height/100/width//thumbnail/yes/render-playlist/no/theme/custom/tdest_id/1026284/custom-color/3a40a9" height="100" width="100%" scrolling="no" allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen]Check out this episode!

Women’s Strength with Sarah Revenig!

In this episode we introduce Sarah Revenig of Soho Strength Lab. She talks a bit about how she got started in the industry and we tackle some common myths surrounding women's strength training. We covered a bunch of topics in this one such as getting "bulky", differing joint angles, changes during pregnancy, and how menstrual…

When did being a personal trainer become a bad thing? (Social media sub-handles confusing people)

Social media is engrained in our daily lives and professions, especially in the fitness industry. Somehow other personal trainers have used social media to call themselves experts, gurus, public figures, and other things to conceal what they really do with some clout. Some do it to carve out a niche, some do it because they…

PODCAST: Training Variance. The when, why, and how to “switch it up”.

Building off our last conversation about specificity we break down one of the topics in the Juggernaut's "Scientific principles of strength training" ebook, Training variance. The goal is to prevent resistance to adaptation so we can keep the gains and improvements coming. We explore when and how much variance we need to keep workouts and…

PODCAST: Specificity, where do we draw the line? Special guest Joe Whittaker

Today we talk about how we classify specificity and what "sport specific" means. Joe takes us through some of the latest buzz behind why it's good or bad. Lot's of good insight here so brew yourself a cup of coffee and take a seat or listen with your buddies! Joe is the Founder for Insight…

PODCAST: Making cardio great again pt.1 (Low-intensity steady state)

Today we revisit a topic we covered a bit ago, cardio! We breakdown methods we use to get low-intensity steady state done in fun and engaging ways. LISS is critical to building a nice base for aerobic capacity. Unfortunately for most people especially the high intensity hamsters, this can get pretty boring. We will be…