The Pillars of Health Podcast celebrates being one year old this week! Eirinn and Jon discuss a vast array of topics including some of the challenges early on associated with getting the podcast started. Some other topics that come up in this weeks episode include: A review of podcast episodes Inspirational podcasts we listen to... 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 →

In episode four of "The Pillars of Health" we take a timeout from covering the pillars of health to let you get to know your host a little better. Eirinn Dougherty assumes hosting duties for this specially recorded episode from Bermuda in which Jonathan discusses growing up in Ireland, transitioning to life in the USA,... Continue Reading →

Episode 002: Exercise and Setting Goals featuring Alex Tanskey and Chris Mullins

In episode two of "The Pillars of Health" Jonathan sits down with Alex Tanskey and Chris Mullins to discuss how correct management of exercise can lead to a routine of sustainability, consistency and what Alex likes to call "training for life". Setting goals can be a daunting task when it comes to exercise, the guys... Continue Reading →

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