Posts tagged strong

4 Fitness Coaches on Athleticism

In the third episode of Coaches Corner, we discuss athleticism.  Even if you do not play a sport it is important to train like an athlete.  Explosive movements, agility, balance, and strength are all traits that we use every day even if we do not know it.  Joining me on this episode are former guests Adam FisherJoseph Brigley, & Nick Sorrell.

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Scott Tousignant on Connecting Mind to Muscle, Family, & MAT

In this episode I interview Scott Tousignant “The Physique Artist” of Metabolic Masterpiece.  Scott is most importantly a husband and father but also happens to be a natural bodybuilder and online fitness coach.  He got started at an early age in the world of fitness and achieved his dream of opening and running his own gym.  He left that dream after a couple of years because he knew he needed to spend more time with his family.  Scott is also co-hosts his own podcast host with former Side Quest Podcast guest Bryan Krahn.

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JC Deen on Being Juicy, Moving Pianos, and Sleep

In this episode I interview JC Deen.  JC is one of the smartest and most talented coaches in the online world.  As he states on his website he takes a “No BS-Approach to Looking Great Naked.”  His book Stay Leaner, Longer is one of the best books on habits, exercise, and nutrition with a good helping of great science that I have read in the last couple of years.   He has a new book/program out and this time he designed something specifically for women.  Hot Bod is his No-BS approach to women’s fitness.  He has developed a great product that not only provides amazing workouts but provides motivation and access to a community of peers going through the same program.

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Sohee Lee on Making Moderation Sexy, Reverse Dieting, and Savannah

In today’s episode I interview Sohee Lee who has written for Bodybuilding.com, she is the co-host of Physique Science Radio,  and is the gate keeper to Biolayne the website of Layne Norton.  Sohee is a bikini competitor as well as this year entered her first powerlifting competition which we discuss in the show.  Sohee has a BA in Human Biology from Stanford University, so yea needless to say she is a million times smarter than me.  She also interned at Cressey Performance as well as worked in NYC at Peak Performance before she moved south to Savannah, GA.

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Kennet Waale on Being Dr. Big Red & Robbie Admits His Guilty Pleasure

In this episode I interview Kennett Waale.  Kennett’s goal as a coach is to help clients reach and achieve their physical and mental potential.  Kennett and I share a lot in common, besides our sexy ginger colored hair, in that we both look at things from a larger mental stand point when it comes to achieving goals.  He is also a mobility master and below you can find a link to his free mobility e-Book!

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