Author: revfittherapy

#126-BONUS-Jon Goodman: Fitness Marketing Monthly

Jon Goodman is the creator of the largest collaborative blog for personal trainer, The Personal Trainer Development Center (The PTDC) and the founder of the world’s first certification of online trainers. He’s the author of 7 books including Ignite The Fire, Viralnomics and the seminal textbook on online training. Jon has been featured in Men’s […]

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#125-Patrick Umphrey: An "Au"some Father's Day Continued

The man, the myth, the legend of Eat, Train, Progress is back with me a year after our first episode together (#70.) Patrick Umphrey is someone I have a great deal of love and respect for in the fitness community and he returns so we can talk a little bit more about Daddy Life. Many […]

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#124-Victoria Moran: That's Not Failure, That's Part Of The Process

I’m joined this week by bestselling author and fellow podcast host, Victoria Moran. Many know her through her site and podcast Main Street Vegan but the majority of our conversation on this episode talks about re-framing your perspective around your diet and your progress to come from a place of deeper self-care. We dive into […]

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#123-Kate Galliett: Start Seeing Your Body Objectively

Kate Galliett, of Fit For Real Life and The Unbreakable Body, joins me this week to discuss some overlooked movement patterns to get you feeling and moving better right now. We take apart some problem areas that we see with our clients and Kate talks about the methods she uses to help her clients see […]

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#122-Chip Conrad: Consider Yourself A Beginner

BodyTribe’s Chip Conrad joins me this week to discuss not only his book “Are You Useful?” but some of his training philosophies as well. This episode does not do Chip the justice he deserves as I feel the aforementioned book and his videos on YouTube do a much greater service to him. This is a […]

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#120-Dr. Kevin Folta: GMO's: Friend Or Foe?

I am joined this week by Dr. Kevin Folta, professor and chairman of the Horticulture Sciences Department at the University of Florida. He and I discuss some common misconceptions about genetically modified organisms and pesticides and how they affect our food. This is always a hot button topic and I have always found Dr. Folta’s […]

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True Grit

“You should be dead by now.” That’s what the doctors told Hugh after some tests were run on him following a series of ischemic strokes. He got some of his affairs in order on the outside chance that he not survive his surgery and he went in for an aortic valve replacement and quadruple bypass […]

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A Life Of Perfection

I woke up yesterday morning: bright-eyed, well-rested. I didn’t even need my alarm clock. Sebastian slept through the night without a stir and Marissa slept well also. My morning coffee was on point, I got some reading in, got my email inbox to zero, washed up without delay and got to work with time to […]

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Freedom

*The title of this post was inspired by the George Michael song of a similar name* Julie first heard about me after hearing me on Heather Robertson’s podcast, Half Size Me. If you’d like to hear that episode, you can find it here. Like Heather and myself, Julie also hosts a podcast of her own […]

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