Episode 071: Training the Thorax: Why & How featuring Chris Mullins

Chris Mullins is an integrative strength and performance coach based in Boston. In this episode Chris details where your thorax is located, why you need to train it and how to do so with exercise suggestions. Video links for exercises posted below and check out Jon Carroll's Instagram for more exercise options from this episode.... Continue Reading →

Episode 068: 5 Strategies to Improve Cognitive Health & Decoding Sport Specific Training featuring Kevin Carr

Kevin Carr is a strength and performance coach at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning and Movement as Medicine in Boston. Kevin discusses how to go about improving cognitive health from a training and life perspective and the benefits of "training your brain". We also go about figuring out what people mean by sport specific training and what that really means for the athlete and the strength coach.

Episode 066: Your Holiday Mindset & Small Business Expansion Lessons featuring Jay Weedall

Jay Weedall, co-owner of Ethos Fitness and Performance in Boston joins Jon for a holiday edition of the podcast. Jay goes over his advice for the holidays when it comes to training and eating and it is all geared towards shaping your mindset. In the second part of the interview Jay discusses the challenges of expanding as a gym owner and the lessons he has learned through the process.

Episode 065: Happiness & Why Moderation is Overrated featuring Dr. Anna Akbari

Dr. Anna Akbari is a sociologist,writer, speaker and innovation consultant. She is a former professor in the department of Media, Culture, and Communication and the Visual Culture MA program at New York University, as well as Parsons The New School for Design. Anna's area of research focuses on visual and virtual presentation, technology and human... Continue Reading →

Episode 063: A Deeper Understanding of Sleep, the Brain & Sleep Issues featuring Stephanie Romiszewski

Stephanie Romiszewski is a sleep physiologist at the Sleepyhead Clinic in Devon, England. With a background in behavioral sleep medicine and psychology, Stephanie also assisted with sleep research at Harvard Medical School. ┬áSince then she has gone on to work in NHS sleep centers diagnosing and treating sleep disorders as well as seeing clients at... Continue Reading →

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