S10E4: Aerobic Bodybuilding - Where Strength Meets Endurance
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Mashing strength and conditioning together doesn’t always work - so how can you accomplish both effectively, without losing your gains or your endurance? Today we cover the Aerobic Bodybuilding training style, and why it’s effective for so many - especially first responders and people who are short on time.

Hybrid Unlimited
Hybrid Unlimited
Hybrid Unlimited
Ep 72 How To Gain New Skills & Manage Your Time With Dr. Jordan Shallow
On todays episode we have Jordan Shallow. Today we talk about how he conducts a assessment on clients, his new skill acquisition course, and how to manage your time. This episode is sponsored by our friends at Stay Classy Meats, an athlete focused company who knows that we require the best quality protein. Stay Classy Meats curates quality specialty meat from small batch ranchers and processors across the Northern Rockies and delivers them to your door. Since you support the show and Hybrid across the board, we’ve partnered to give you 10% off your order. Stay Classy Meats CODE: HYBRID https://stayclassymeats.com?sca_ref=339044.9aGVbfGbhz Make sure to Subscribe/Rate/Review the Hybrid Unlimited Podcast. Your feedback matters and we read it! Head over to our Instagram @hybridunltd to let us know what you thought of this episode. Screenshot & share this episode in your stories, tag @hybridunltd @hybridperformancemethod @steficohen @hayden.bowe you never know when we might decide to surprise drop some Hybrid Apparel on you for vibin with us on the podcast. ----------------- Hybrid Performance Method is a collective of coaches and athletes who boldly pursue strength. Our training programs are for people who refuse to let themselves be defined by their training style and instead decide to unleash their full potential on the world. Our nutrition coaching is guaranteed to get you in the best shape of your life and unleash your performance potential while eating the foods you love and learning how to fuel your body. Look like a bodybuilder, Lift like a powerlifter & Move like a weightlifter. Join TEAM HYBRID LINKS: > Get free Hybrid Training Samples > Get Hybrid’s free nutrition guide, 5 Pillars of Performance Nutrition > Shop the latest Hybrid Apparel drop! CONNECT WITH TEAM HYBRID: @hybridunltd @hybridperformancemethod @hybridapparel_ @steficohen @hayden.bowe YouTube/StefiCohen
1 hr 28 min
The Strength Coach Podcast
The Strength Coach Podcast
Anthony Renna
Bobby Stroupe and Michael Boyle on Gary Gray's Functional Science
Brought to you by PerformBetter.com Highlights of Episode 303 Naamly "Hit The Gym with a Strength Coach" Segment Build Lasting Relationships Through Personalized Communication The StrengthCoach.com Coaches Corner with Coach Boyle Another combination of the "Coaches Corner" and the Naamly "Hit the Gym with a Strength Coach" segment I got on a Zoom call with Coach Boyle and Bobby Stroupe, founder of APEC in Texas. Bobby was influenced by Gary Gray’s system and he did a really good presentation about his system that Coach Boyle saw and loved and wanted to get him on so we did a joint interview. We spoke about: * Gary’s influence on both coaches, with athletes that were having problems * Where Boyle saw a disconnect with the system * How Bobby has overcome some of the things Boyle has had issues with * The Functional Training Grid explained * How the system is more than just a warm up * Recommendations for using the system with other systems- taking what is useful * Much more TrainHeroic "Data Driven Coaching Segment" Adam Dawdy and Tim Robinson talk about "Rate of Perceived Exertion Reps in Reserve" Click here to start your Free 14 Day Trial. The Certified Functional Strength Coach Segment with Kevin Carr and Brendon Rearick This episode continues a 7 part series on Movement as Medicine, discussing the wide array of benefits exercise has on physical, emotional and psychological health. Today's show Kevin talks about "Strength Training and Depression" Get Certified! The Fit to Speak Segment with Jenny Rearick Jenny discusses "The importance of being able to 'read the room' and outlines the questions you should ask in order to do it successfully." Fit to Speak is where Great Coaches Go to be Great Speakers. Get the PDF that details the skills and steps Jenny spoke about here About "Be Like the Best" During the last 12 years of interviewing many strength coaches, fitness professionals, physical therapists and gym owners, Anthony Renna has accumulated a rolodex of “The Best of the Best” in the fitness profession. This book is a collection of interviews with some of those top successes. Through his conversations, you’ll learn how they evolved in their careers, what habits and traits they believe made them successful, their goal setting processes, how they get through the hard times everyone faces and even some books to read and people they recommend following. After each interview, you’ll find a challenge or action step based on an important takeaway from each interview. These are designed to encourage you to build the habits to Be Like the Best on your journey to dominating in this profession. As a fitness professional, you’re already making an impact in your clients, athletes and patients. This book will help you stand out in a crowded field and help guide you on the road to success. Go to BeLiketheBest.com for more info Thanks for Listening!
1 hr 12 min
Pursuing Health
Pursuing Health
Julie Foucher MD, MS
Half His Size: Physical Therapist Alan Fredendall on Losing 200 Pounds and Introducing Patients to CrossFit PH179
At age 18 and finishing high school, Alan Fredendall topped the scales at over 400 pounds. Climbing a single flight of stairs to attend class on the second story of his school left him wheezing and breathless. During college, he began a weight loss journey involving body building and lots of cardio, but he hadn’t yet found a way to make sustainable, long term changes. A stent in the Army gave him the motivation he needed to maintain a healthier weight for several years, but it also left him looking forward to the day when he would get out so that he could “never exercise again.” Once Alan left the Army and went back to college to finish his exercise science degree, he continued the cycle of inconsistent exercise, yo-yo dieting and huge weight fluctuations. It wasn’t until a friend introduced him to CrossFit that he finally developed healthy habits that stuck. Although he was reluctant to start, Alan soon ramped up his attendance and quickly learned that good nutrition outside the gym helped him feel better inside the gym. He came to love being part of a tribe of individuals looking to improve themselves, and appreciates that training with CrossFit allows him to be better in activities outside the gym. Not only has Alan used CrossFit to improve his own health, he splits his time between working as a doctor of physical therapy and as a Level 2 trainer using CrossFit methodologies to help others who are in his old shoes. He often sees his clients transition from being physical therapy patients to affiliate members attending the classes he coaches. I first connected with Alan via a virtual physical therapy conference for the Institute of Clinical Excellence, and I was excited to learn more about his remarkable transformation story in this episode. We talk about the approach his friends used to encourage him to make major lifestyle changes, and how he sees CrossFit and physical therapy working together to help individuals stay functionally fit throughout their lives. You can connect with Alan via Instagram @alan.fred.dpt and the Institute of Clinical Excellence at @icephysio Related Episodes: Ep 116 - How Healing Works with Dr. Wayne Jonas Ep 132 - Healing Through Functional Movement with Dr. Amy West If you like this episode, please subscribe to Pursuing Health on iTunes and give it a rating or share your feedback on social media using the hashtag #PursuingHealth. I look forward to bringing you future episodes with inspiring individuals and ideas about health every Tuesday. Disclaimer: This podcast is for general information only, and does not provide medical advice. We recommend that you seek assistance from your personal physician for any health conditions or concerns
53 min
Just Fly Performance Podcast
Just Fly Performance Podcast
Joel Smith, Just-Fly-Sports.com
238: Alex Brooker and Mike Guadango on The Power of Belief, Placebo Effects in Training-Rehab and Becoming Your Own Coaching Superhero
Our guests today are Mike Guadango and Alex Brooker.  Mike and Alex (“Brooker”) met when Alex interned for Mike at DeFranco’s gym a decade ago, and they now have a podcast together, “The Mike and Brooker Show”, in addition to their coaching careers. Alex is the owner and operator of Pathfinder, a private training service focused on performance psychology and physical preparation for professional athletes.  In addition to traditional schooling, Alex is now pursuing his PhD in Self-Hypnosis at the University of Bern.  Mike is currently a Coach, Writer & Owner at Freak Strength.  He has been mentored by coaching greats such as Buddy Morris and James Smith, and started his career working at DeFranco’s gym.  Mike has coached levels of athletes from many different professional sports to Olympic medalists to pre-pubescent athletes, as well as consulting for high caliber athletes and coaches worldwide. As an ever-optimistic individual, it’s important for me to have conversations with those who have a different way of looking at what actually works in the world of sports performance.  In the coaching world, it is extremely easy to have worked with an athlete who has achieved a high result, and then rationalize the factors that led to their success.  It is very easy for us all as coaches to think of our own training as highly optimal, but a question to ask is how often and effectively we truly challenge our reasoning? In looking at training closely, it is helpful to fully understand the power of belief, as well as placebo effects in not only training, but also pain science and rehabilitation.  Understanding human adaptation to training and rehab stimulus requires, not only an understanding of the body, but also of the mind. In today’s podcast, Mike and Alex “Brooker” talk about how they have evolved themselves as coaches, moving into the realms of hypnosis/mental training, acupuncture and rehabilitation.  We spend a lot of time chatting about the power of belief and the ability of the mind to supercede a “poor” training program, and how the fundamentals of adaptation style can be seen in rudimentary rehab.  Finally, Mike, Brooker and I spend some time discussing some training points such as play, competition in training, and training transfer.  This was a fun show with speakers of 3 clearly diverse viewpoints, which always makes for great discussion. Today’s episode is brought to you by SimpliFaster and Lost Empire Herbs. View more podcast episodes at the podcast homepage. Head to www.lostempireherbs.com/justfly for 15% off of your purchase! Timestamps and Main Points 6:15 Mike and Brooker’s moves into more alternative forms of human performance, and a philosophy of when to move on from hair splitting in strength training methods 15:00 Thoughts on a system that prioritizes play and autonomy as a substantial shift in a positive direction towards the sports performance industry 32:30 Thoughts on whether or not gym training should carry mental, emotional and physical elements of what is required of a person in their sport 46:25 How and why our interventions in strength, performance or pain reduction actually work, and how much we really know about these mechanisms 55:55 How Mike and Brooker diverted from the traditional routes of strength, performance and data in athlete performance training 1:05:30 More on Mike and Brooker’s “skill stacking” in their human performance pursuits 1:13:10 Mike and Brooker’s use of high-transference exercises to athletic performance 1:15:30 In 10-15 years, where do Mike and Brooker picture themselves “Even if there is a difference between the two (exercises), and transferability, how much of a difference is it really?” “15% of who you are as an athlete, you actually have some type of control over” “The more high talented people you work with, the room to improve them in the gym gets smaller,
1 hr 22 min
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