Author: revfittherapy

#134-Chuck Gross: Lessons Learned From Losing Over 200 Pounds

I am joined this week by Stronger U coach, Chuck Gross as we dive into his immensely inspirational story leading into this industry. Chuck shares how and when he decided to embark on over 200lbs of weight loss that he has maintained for 10 years. He also shares some of the struggles he still has […]

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Maybe You Should Stop Dieting

This isn’t an article I really want to write. Let’s face it: The majority of my clientele come to me in efforts to lose weight. And after over a decade of helping people do so, I don’t get surprised too often and there aren’t many codes I can’t crack. Mostly, success or lack thereof comes […]

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#133-BONUS-Jason Maxwell: "Muscle"

Jason Maxwell of JMax Fitness joins me for this special bonus release to chat about his brand new book “Muscle.” Jason takes his background in rocket science to give a no-nonsense approach to muscle-building. Learn the approach that he has taken with hundreds of clients to get them to see their physique success. To get […]

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#132-Becki Siconolfi: Thinking Outside The Box For Stubborn Fat Loss

Metabolic nutritionist Becki Siconolfi joins me this week to look at some commonly overlooked factors in the fat loss conversation. While calories are still a crucial element to focus on, Becki tackles other areas that may be presenting problems that you don’t always hear about. To learn more about Becki’s work, you can connect with […]

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Thriving As Perfectly Imperfect

I can trace this all the way back to the years I spent recording music. I was willing to work and polish and refine only so far and then I was done. There would be no more takes and no more overdubs. If there was a break in my voice on the track or if […]

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#131-Alan Aragon: Pros And Cons

Alan Aragon is arguably one of the most in demand and sought after individuals in the fitness industry. He is the founder of the widely respected Alan Aragon Research Review where he and a panel of experts from the field delve into what current research and studies tell us about nutrition. He is also the […]

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Bred For Convenience, Doomed To Failure

Several times a week, I get that dopamine hit. That instant surge of gratification from 1-click purchasing, drive-thru ordering, scan-and-pay apps…you know what I’m talking about. We more than just a nation built on convenience, we’ve nearly dominated the planet with it. We wanted faster, we got that. We wanted fewer steps to get our […]

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#130-Diana Kidd: I Don't Fear Death

I have the great pleasure of sharing time with fellow trainer and coach Diana Kidd. This was a very special episode for me because I have been following Diana’s work for some time and have always found her base of knowledge and insight to be similar to my own. That being said, Diana has been […]

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Small But Mighty (Sydnee’s Story)

When Sydnee started with me a few months ago, I really had no idea what to expect from her. Her mom, Debra, has known me for about as long as I’ve had my business and while we have always stayed connected via social media we rarely crossed paths over the years. So, it was a […]

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#129-Jim Hart: Training The Over 50 Active Man

Jim Hart joins me this week bringing decades of experience to the episode to discuss considerations for training men over 50 years of age. As we continue to learn more about the human body and the aging process, Jim has continued to refine his approach from exercise, to diet and supplementation with his clientele. Tune […]

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