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#178-Jay Ashman: Reinvent Yourself

Jay Ashman of Ashman Strength and Kansas City Barbell joins me this week for his debut on the show. Jay is one of the most open and candid people I know in the fitness industry and one of the things that has drawn me to him, is his transparency about his past and how he […]

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#177-BONUS-Stephanie Lee: Write For Impact

To credit any one person for the growth my writing has seen over the last year or so, it would undoubtedly be Stephanie Lee. Rather than hoard her expertise to myself (and those who have also hired her services) I had to bring her on the show so more people could connect with her as […]

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#176-Leslie Ann Quillen: Food Empowerment And Metabolic Flexibility

I can’t believe it’s been since way back at Episode 59 that Fat Loss Foodies’ Leslie Ann Quillen was last with me! We had a great conversation back then and she returns this week to give updates on all the great things she has been doing with FLF since then. In this episode, we also […]

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#175-Dani Singer: It's All A Mindset Game

Dani Singer is the owner of Fit2Go, an in-home personal training service. In this episode, we cover the importance of what happens outside of the training sessions to make sure clients get the best results possible. Dani breaks down why it’s crucial to focus on small, sustainable habits especially when the lives of our clients […]

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#174-Gillian Goerzen: "The Elephant In The Gym"

I have the great pleasure of welcoming Gillian Goerzen to the show this week. She is a fellow trainer and author of the book “The Elephant In The Gym” (now available to order on Amazon.) In this episode, we not only discuss the origin of the book but the importance of self-compassion and the power […]

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Who’s Afraid Of The Big, Bad Wolf?

*The title of this post was taken from the LL Cool J song of the same name* There is a frustrating dynamic that has been occurring in the health/fitness industry for decades. Maybe it’s always existed. There is a side that promotes moderation, consistency, sustainability and realistic outcomes. There is another side that promotes fear, […]

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Mrs. Robinson

*The title of this post was taken from the Simon & Garfunkel song of the same name* When Casey Robinson and I first connected, it was a phone call with her inquiring about my services. We have some mutual friends who were clients at the time and Casey thought I might be the right fit […]

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10 Years

*The title of this post was taken from the band of the same name* When this post is released, it will be the day before my son Jackson’s tenth birthday. 10 years. It’s such a milestone that I haven’t quite wrapped my head around what the last decade has been like. I know it’s been […]

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Learn To Listen

*The title of this post was taken from the Ramones song of the same name* When Donna started working with me, we had a conversation about her weight loss goals. It was roughly the same amount of weight that kept coming off and on for years. Donna isn’t new to fitness either. She loves spinning […]

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I Would For You

*The title of this post was taken from the Jane’s Addiction song of the same name* Some time in late 2010/early 2011, I was dealing with two very different situations. My oldest son, Jackson, was in the middle of a series of tests to diagnose some challenges he was having verbally and behaviorally. Those tests […]

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