Episode 054: 5 Reasons Not to Train Exclusively like a Bodybuilder featuring Alex Tanskey

Do you train like a bodybuilder? In this weeks episode Alex and Jon discuss different ways to go about your training in order to optimize how you feel and still reach your goals if you are a non competing individual who trains a body part split much like how bodybuilders like to divide their training... Continue Reading →

Episode 046: IT Band Pain, Lactic Acid & Sit Ups for Back Pain featuring Alex Tanskey

Alex Tanskey is an integrative strength and performance coach based in Raleigh, North Carolina. The topics in this episode touch on some common "fitness myths" that we hear as coaches and would like to set the record straight. Some talking points that came up between Alex and Jon include. The importance of the pelvis The... Continue Reading →

Rua Gilna is a strength coach based in New York City. Originally from Ireland, Rua grew up using training as a way to excel in sports and tries to empower this same feeling to others through his coaching. Rua is now the head of personal training at the Wright Fit gym in New York as... Continue Reading →

Chris Mullins is a Boston based strength and conditioning coach. Chris joins Jon on the podcast to discuss the knees and everything that goes with this awesome joint. The guys go over the following talking points: What makes up the knee Joint mechanics Compensatory mechanics The influence of the pelvis on the knee The influence... Continue Reading →

Tina Morin is a Strongfirst level II coach and also the owner of Morin Strength and Conditioning located in Norwell and Weymouth in Massachusetts. Jon discusses Tina's change from corporate America into the fitness industry and how she went about making such a drastic career change. Other topics discussed include: Tina's biggest lessons so far... Continue Reading →

What characteristics or standards do you look for in a potential coach or trainer? ┬áThis episode originated from a listener question and allows Alex and Jon to discuss four stand out areas that you should look for in a good coach. These standards include: The importance of assessments Why continuing education is crucial The role... Continue Reading →

Episode 014: Training Aging Adults, Managing the Rehab Process and Heart Rate Training featuring Kevin Carr

In episode fourteen Jonathan is joined by Kevin Carr from Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning as well as Movement as Medicine. After the guys finish chatting about the recent Camron and Mase diss tracks they go into the following topics: Training Aging Adults Training goals for adults in the 50-60 year old age range Managing... Continue Reading →

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