Author: revfittherapy

#143-Dr. Tim Jackson: Is There An Appropriate Way To Detox?

In what can be a polarizing topic to dive into in the health and wellness conversation, I welcome Dr. Tim Jackson to the show this week to discuss detoxes. Dr. Tim talks about the protocols that he sees most effective with his clients and clarifies the differences between his take on detoxifying the system versus […]

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#142-Dr. Susan Kleiner: The Focus On Female Nutrition

I tipped my hat to this with the prior release just a few weeks ago (#135) with Dr. Susan Kleiner. As continued build up to her new book “The New Power Eating”, we continue our conversation about the changes she made in this new version. This episode is completely focused on female nutrition. This is […]

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#141-Krista Scott-Dixon: How Are Coaches As Clients?

Back for her third appearance after two great episodes with me (#66 and #92), Precision Nutrition’s Krista Scott-Dixon returns this week. In this episode we talk about Krista’s experience being the nutrition coach to other coaches in the industry. We compare the similarities and differences between the obstacles someone from the general population struggles with […]

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Are You Really Willing To Change?

There’s a saying in the world of small business ownership: evolve or die. And that saying has embedded itself in my mind since 2009 when “RevFit” started. There is not only the feeling that change must occur so that growth (or transformation) can happen but the equal pull of trying to figure out what must […]

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#140-Dr. Quinn Henoch: Considerations For Stretching And Injury Recovery

I am joined this week by Dr. Quinn Henoch as we dive into the nuance and considerations of how, why and when to stretch. We talk about some contraindications for doing so and also his thoughts on effective warm-ups before exercise. Quinn also chats with me about ways to recover from injuries to still see […]

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#139-A Statement

A brief message following my post on our Facebook page yesterday. We resume regular programming tomorrow.  Source: #139-A Statement

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The Case For And Against Your Minimum Effective Dose

Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve had to completely change the way I train. The decision was based on the fact that as my business continues to grow at RevFit, my available time to get in my own workout diminishes. I’m not the type who can work out simply for the sake of moving […]

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#138-Stuart Aitken-What We've Learned From Podcasting

Stuart Aitken is arguably my favorite podcasting host. He oversees the Lift The Bar podcast which is formatted for the personal trainer industry. I couldn’t wait to bring him on the show so he could talk a bit more about how he got into the industry and share some of what we’ve learned since we’ve […]

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Are You Diet Hopping Your Way To Nowhere?

Working with both online and face-to-face clients, I’ve learned a painful lesson: Most people can’t follow a diet plan. Let me clarify that statement. It’s not that they are physically unable to do so. And it’s definitely not because they’re ignorant, lazy or have broken metabolism. I have the honor of working with some of […]

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#137-Kelly Coffey: On Diet Resentment, Sabotage And Moderation

After her great first episode with me (#72), Kelly Coffey of Strong Coffey Personal Training returns again and we talk about some stumbling blocks that many on their diet journey have to overcome. As the title suggests, we tackle diet resentment, sabotage from ourselves and our loved ones, plus her thoughts on when to moderate […]

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