Episode 096: “I’m Trying to Get Skinny” featuring Eirinn Carroll

Eirinn Carroll is an integrative strength coach at The Movement Lab in Raleigh, North Carolina. The main topic of this episode is based around strength training and some of the false narratives that come up especially when it comes to women and strength training. Talking points include:

Episode 095: Rhabdo & Supplements 101 featuring Joe Cannon

Joe Cannon has an MS in Exercise Science and a BS degree in Biology and Chemistry. Joe is a strength coach and coaches other trainers as well as writing books on many topics including rhabdomyolysis, supplements, personal training and nutrition. In this episode Joe and Jon discuss rhadbo in depth and a best practice guide when it comes to supplements.

Episode 094: Our Relationship with Food featuring Diana Matuszak

Diana Matuszak is a Certified Holistic Health Coach and has also gained a Masters in Transformational Mindset Coaching. Diana works with people to help them find their best health, confidence and happiness in all aspects of their life to help them achieve their goals. In this episode we discuss:

Episode 093: Functional Medicine, Sugar & Growth Hormone featuring Dr. David Waldman

Dr. David Waldman is a natural healer certified in The Wahls Protocol. He blends functional medicine, exercise and nutrition in order to help his patients find lasting solutions naturally. In 2005 Dr. Waldman experienced bouts of lower back and leg stiffness which drastically effected his ability to walk or run. This was followed by tingling in his hands and double vision. Soon after this, his doctor referred him to a neurologist as he feared Multiple Sclerosis might be at play. After taking action himself through non traditional methods, Dr. Waldman found the Wahls Protocol. This in turn put him in contact with a supportive community and an exchange of ideas and experiences that have helped Dr. Waldman improve his day to day experience while living with MS. This led to the creation of The Healthy Detour which Dr. Waldman set up so he can educate and help more people as to how functional medicine can positively impact their health compared to a traditional western medicine approach. Topics discussed on the podcast include:

Episode 4: Wu-Tang Clan “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)”

Where does this album rank on the all time list? The guys go through where they were when the album dropped, their favorite songs on the album, best lyrical performance as well as their overall rating out of five mics.

Episode 091: Utilizing Systems, Sales & The Business Strategy for your Gym featuring Chandler Walker

Chandler Walker is the Chief Growth Officer at MadLab Business Group, the Co-Founder and Head of Growth at Stone Age Fuel School of Fitness. In this episode Chandler goes over everything new gym owners need to excel and how to target their target audience. Other topics discussed include:

Episode 090: Overcoming Brittle Bone Disease featuring Tony Jacobsen

Tony Jacobsen was diagnosed with Osteogenesis Imperfecta or Brittle Bones at an early age. Going through his early years Tony broke many bones and his life was severely impacted to the point he was wheelchair bound. Fast forward to age twenty four and Tony was able to walk for the first time and totally transform his body to a fully functioning, stronger version of itself. In this episode Tony recounts his journey to overcome and deal with brittle bones and how he wants to positively impact other people dealing with severe health challenges in life.

Episode 089: Take Control of Your Time featuring Alexis Haselberger

Alexis Haselberger is a time management and productivity coach with a deep background running Human Resources and Operations in start-ups. Through her practice, she helps people and teams do more and stress less via one on one coaching, group coaching and workshops. In this episode Alexis and Jon discuss the following topics:

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