On this episode we have Dr. Andy Chen for the second time. We had so much more to discuss since the first recording, so we decided to re-record and go deeper.
In this episode Andy shared his experience of how he run his business from rebranding and making it in a pandemic. He also added that pandemic made him slow down and think properly that made him execute things for the good of his business. We also talked about his vision to stop the misconceptions and false information that plaque the fitness industry.
1. Entreprenuer side of Fitness.
2. What this pandemic taught us.
3. The pros and cons of Social Media.
Happy to have Caity "The Barbell Osteo" Haniver on the show today talking about life in the pandemic. We also talked a lot about snatches and weightlifting cause if you don't know Caity is also a professional weightlifter. Caity shared her journey on become a weightlifter, she also shared things on what she see and experience in the weightlifting community.
We also went into a little bit about business and what happened to that infamous social media outage that made us think twice to get our business into other social media platforms. We also talked about how important active lifestyle is especially now that we have the pandemic.
1. The Weightlifter's world
2. The equality in weightlifting
3. Difference between Powerlifting and Weightlifting
4. Stressful weightlifting environment
5. Where and How to get ideas for educational social media content
6. The importance of living an active lifestyle
Dr. Caity Haniver is an Osteopath, weightlifting...
Mike DeMille on the show today, and we're talking about filling the gap between Physical Therapy and Personal Training.
Mike is an athlete, a baseball player before making it in the fitness industry as a physical therapist. With extensive PRI education, Mike shares his vision for how he sees the fitness industry and clinicians working together to improve care to patients and clients.
1. Difference between In-Network and Out-Network Physical Therapy Practitioners
2. The truth about educations for clinicians
3. The right application but not seeing the reason behind.
4. The pros and cons of social media in the fitness industry
On this episode we have a very smart guests from Building the Elite Craig and Jonathan. This chat went very well for I have learned alot from talking with this guys.
Inside of this episode we dive into the truth about motivation, how it works and the science behind motivation: dopamine and the how the brain plays part of it.
Mental Skills the Segmenting and the Compartmentalization. Then we went to Responding to Stress from a coach and a client perspective and then Lastly we talked about Jaggedness. How unique we are us a human that we have to communicate and listen to our client and see if what we are doing to them is helping.
1. The 2 types of motivation.
2. The science of motivation. Dopamine and brain
3. Difference between a desire and control base circuit
4. How Mental Skills like segmenting and compartmentalization works
5. Acting into feeling. Behavior can change your feeling. Action precedes motivation
6. Managing Stress Respond
7. The 2 steps in Appraisal...
Today on the show we have DJ Murakami and we talked about the Meaning of Training and how this meme accounts are ruining the fitness industry.
We also talked about how some fitness professionals are very fond of having their own versions of an existing exercise and calling it their own. We also talked about the terminology fitness professionals used that confused or alienate their clients.
1. Explaining a Coaching Process.
2. Bench Press as the hardest technique to do.
3. The difference between athlete and athletic.
4. Compression Expansion Explained.
On this episode we have Ryan Hopkins who runs a very successful gym and in this chat he shares his knowledge on how he was able to outrun the struggles he encountered in making his own and opening his own facility. We talked about paying attention to things you should know in running your own space.
Also in this episode we talked a lot about our experiences as a trainer and how we would have made things better for the good of the clients. We also talked about the difference between an in-person and an online training and how clients responds to that type of training.
If you don't know what your are doing as a trainer or you are not knowledgeable enough to give that training to a client you better give them to someone who really can help them.
1. The Do's and Dont's in opening your own space.
2. Things you should know to maximize your facility.
3. The pro's and con's of in-person and remote training.
Don't be confused with the title! Steve just had this very nice face that we have to talk about our hair and our beards. If you can see that cover you'll probably know what we are talking about.
In this Episode we started with the poll discussion (if you can remember) of wether a trainer knows their own worth OR the clients know their trainer's worth which comes down to confidence in your continued education.
Our education plays a big part for us as coaches/ trainer it's we meet like mind people that we can build relationship with and broaden our knowledge even more. We also tackled trainer and client relationship and how we should keep professional boundary.
Young coaches that does not know that much who jump to being a business mentor and fitness influencer does not have enough knowledge and experience is ruining the fitness industry.
1. Factors to consider to knowing your worth as a coach.
2. What coaches overvalue for...
In this episode we have Clifton Harski and we talked about his experience on how he got into fitness and how he landed as the Director of Education at PPSC. We also talked about him trolling and having fun in this "Memening" age.
Cliff also shares his experience with injury and the travels he went.
The best part of this interview is when Cliff got into talking about certifications and how him and PPSC worked together to give coaches and clients the proper care and education they need to move on with life.
Cliff also gave us details on how and what they really do in PPSC.
1. Why most people take certification over workshops.
2. Idea of how certifications are made
3. The 3 tenants that PPSC operates
4. Self-Importance is destroying the fitness industry
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We have in our show Joey Flexx.
In today's episode Joey shares how he trains and the importance of building relationships he has to his people and building champions.
He mentions that becoming a champion does not happen overnight it require time, hard work and a good relationship.
Joey also talks about being true and honest to his people and that every coach should have this quality and not accept clients for the wrong reasons. Clients should be taken care of and referring them to someone that can really help them is the way to do it.
1. How champions are built.
2. Tips on how to retain clients.
3. Innovate, move forward and be consistent.
4. A good conversation to help your people.
A staggering 25% of the Gold medalist of the RAW division is under his radar so keep an eye out.
Joey is a full time online powerlifting coach in the LA area; An elite powerlifter who has competed in the USPA, USAPL federations and has coached at the IPF World level on multiple...