Episode 061: 15 Books You Should Read featuring Brendon Rearick

Brendon Rearick drops in to discuss fifteen standout books he has read and or listened to over the last year. Brendon is a strength coach in the San Francisco area who works with clients on a daily basis. He also helps coach other coaches through the Certified Functional Strength Coach program with Mike Boyle Strength... Continue Reading →

Episode 024: Streamlining Healthcare, Overcoming Adversity & Managing the Four Pillars featuring Brendon Rearick

How to improve the current healthcare model, overcoming a life threatening illness and managing the four pillars of health are among the topics Jon discusses with Brendon Rearick on this episode. Brendon is a San Francisco based strength coach who owns Movement as Medicine with Kevin Carr. He is also part of Certified Functional Strength... Continue Reading →

Coaches Series – Part 8 – Brendon Rearick

This weeks episode is really awesome.  Strength coach Brendon Rearick from Movement as Medicine took the time to tell me how his life philosophy has changed since being diagnosed with  Aplastic Anemia a year ago.     Brendon Rearick is a guy who impacted my coaching career tremendously along with Kevin Carr from Mike Boyle... Continue Reading →

Tweets in Review

Breathing has made huge waves in strength and conditioning in a relatively short space of time. Trying to trace it back to the pioneers of breathing correctly, I came across an unlikely hero. One Robbie Fowler. Those things on his nose actually had a function. Do they work to make breathing more efficient through the nostrils?... Continue Reading →

Tweets in Review

Tweets of the week include a great info graph on the Sugar Cycle, a FitCast episode with my man crush Monday, every Monday, Brendon Rearick, Brett Bartholomew drops some knowledge and Conor Ryan on inefficiencies in your body. 1. The Sugar Cycle https://twitter.com/bulletproofexec/status/569196151553069056 2. Brendon Rearick on the Fitcast https://twitter.com/KevinLarrabee/status/572798820632932352 3. Brett Bartholomew on the... Continue Reading →

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