Author: revfittherapy

Like Suicide

*The title of this post was taken from the Soundgarden song of the same name* Last week, when the news reported that Chris Cornell had passed away, it shook me up. When further reports came out that it was an apparent suicide, it hit me a little bit more. Some very thought provoking articles have come […]

#66-Why Me Want Eat? With Krista Scott-Dixon

On the heels of her awesome new book, Why Me Want Eat?, Krista Scott-Dixon of Precision Nutrition fame comes on the show to talk about this new project. Krista has not only delivered an excellent read for those struggling on their weight loss journey, it is honestly one of the most unique books of its […]

Over The Rainbow

*The title of this post was taken from the Judy Garland song of the same name* When I was in high school, our family doctor remarked how thin-framed I was. I believe his suggestion to me was to pack a couple of bagels into my pockets every day, eat them in the morning and see […]

#65-Should Everyone Be Powerlifting? With Tim Henriques

Tim Henriques is the author of All About Powerlifting and Director of NPTI covering Virginia, Maryland and DC. In this week’s episode, we tackle his All About Powerlifting project and discuss why he wrote the book and the contributions he feels every fitness enthusiast needs to recognize with regard to powerlifting in the fitness realm. We […]

Your Mother Should Know

*The title of this post was taken from The Beatles song of the same name* It’s a few days early but as of the release of this post, Mother’s Day is just days away. I’ll start tributes like this: To my mother, you have weathered nearly every storm in my life. Losing Dad proved to be […]

#64-Getting Lean Minded With Mike Howard

Mike Howard, founder of Lean Minded and author of Talking Back To Diet Gurus, is my guest this week.  We talk about many of the unfortunate side effects the general population faces when they’re influenced by diet misinformation. Mike explains why he wrote his excellent book and how many of those philosophies continue to shape […]

The 8th Wonder (8 Lessons From 8 Years In Business)

* The title of this post was taken from the Rose Hill Drive song of the same name* May 1 marks eight years since we first opened our doors. It has been one exhilarating ride since 2009. I’ve tried to think of everything that has managed to go right and wrong during that time. Since […]

#63-Is Your Cell Phone Affecting Your Health? With Dr. Jacob Barkley

I am joined in the studio with Dr. Jacob Barkley, Assistant Professor of Exercise Science at Kent State University, to discuss his work with cell phone behaviors. Dr. Barkley has done an incredible amount of research and published studies looking at the correlation between sedentary behaviors and cell phone use. You can see more of […]

The Hunger

*The title of this post is from The Distillers song of the same name* There’s a problem with dieting. Hunger. It’s uncomfortable. It’s frustrating. It lingers. And sometimes right when you think you have it cracked, it comes around again. Now, there are things you can do to make dieting (and hunger) less uncomfortable. You can […]

#62-Not A Delicate Flower: Empowering Females In Fitness With Meghan Callaway

Meghan Callaway joins me this week to talk about her efforts in empowering women to be and achieve more with their fitness plans. We discuss some of the pervasive notions that women can only achieve great bodies through low resistance and unrealistic time constraints that seem to be perpetuated by the media and fitness celebrities. […]