Anytime I find a fellow nerd, video game lover, and weight lifter I get really happy. This week’s podcast guest is one of those guys. Adam Ali of Physiqonomics is a writer and fitness coach. He has been featured on sites like BroBible, Strength Theory, Health Living, Heavy Lifting, JMax Fitness and more. Like myself, Adam finds inspiration for his content from all the geeky and nerdy things he grew up on like Super Mario, Dragonball, and video games.
One of my original guests, Jason Helmes of Anyman Fitness, returns to the show. In this episode we got to catch up a little bit on the work he has been doing since he last came on the show in October. Jason is a middle school math teacher but when he is not teaching basic algebra he is helping clients lose weight and gain muscle and strength. We discuss a lot in this episode on running a business, dieting tricks and tips, how our wives never take us too seriously, and mindset just to name a few.
In this episode I interview Mike Samuels of Healthy Living, Heavy Lifting. He is a personal trainer and online coach from England. Mike is a reformed “clean” eater and has had success in competing in physique competitions. He started as a cardio junkie but found his passion for strength training and bodybuilding. Mike has written for STACK, EliteFTS, and LIVESTRONG to name a few.
In this episode I interview author, entrepreneur, weightlifter, and travel photographer James Clear. James has written an amazing eBook on how to transfer your habits. He is a firm believer that if you can master your habits, you can master your life.
In this episode I interview Greg O’Gallagher of Kinobody. Greg was included in the 30 Under 30 the Young Professionals Changing the Face of Fitness list by Fitocracy earlier in 2014. Greg is also the host of his own podcast Road to Ripped where he talks about his training protocals, interviews trainers, and talks with some of his clients who have made great transformations. Greg currently lives in Toronto, Canada.