In this epiosde I interview Tony Gentilcore of Cressey Sports Performance. Tony has written for T-Nation, Bodybuilding.com, Livestrong, Men’s Health, and more. He is now the #1 guy at Cressey Sports Performance in Boston and a go to source for anyone looking for information on fitness. He is also a giant nerd who loves Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, 90s hip-hop, and movies.
In this episode I interview Kevin Larabee of The FitCast, arguably the first fitness centered podcast. Kevin has interned and studied with two of the most well known names in the strength and conditioning world as well as worked in the video game industry. Kevin loves fitness but is also a huge fan of video games and even runs a second podcast dedicated to playing replaying retro games and talking about them (Back in My Play). I had Kevin come on to chat about our mutual love of fitness and video games and recap about E3 that happened last week. E3 is the biggest video game convention in the industry and is usually where new games are shown and teased for the holiday season.
In this episode I chat with Jordan Syatt of Syatt Fitness in Boston. Jordan is a 5x World Record Powerlifter and has lifted 4x his bodyweight on the deadlift. He has been featured on CNN, The Huffington Post, Men’s Fitness Magazine, Schwarzenegger.com, T-Nation.com and more. He was also included in the Fitocracy 30 under 30: The Young Professionals Changing the Face of Fitness in 2014. He has released a new e-book entitled Raw Strength for Powerlifting: Your 12 Week Peaking Program to help people add huge gains to their strenght PRs. He has now moved from training just for strength and is aspiring to succeed at a the new challenge of Brazilian Ju-Jitsu.
In this episode I interview Matthew Ibrahim of Mobility 101. Matthew Ibrahim is a Strength and Conditioning Coach with an evidence-based approach to human movement, biomechanics and injury-prevention, and is knowledgeable on how each area impacts performance in sports and in life. Matt believes everyone is an athlete. Everyone has the ability to be an athlete and reach their full potential in performance and in life.