Category: Podcasts

#270-Dr. Debi Silber: Do You Have Post Betrayal Syndrome?

This week, I welcome Dr. Debi Silber to the show. Dr. Silber is the founder of the Post Betrayal Transformation Institute and is a holistic psychologist, a health, mindset and personal development expert, the author of the #1 bestselling book: The Unshakable Woman: 4 Steps To Rebuilding Your Body, Mind, and Life After a Life […]

#269-Storme Gray: Step Up To The Bar And Leave Your Fear Behind

I was first connected with Storme Gray through our very own Kimberly Young who was also recently on this show. Storme joins me this week to discuss her journey into and around fitness and how she has embraced powerlifting to enhance not only her strength but her life as well. Storme has so many great […]

#268-Dan John: A Voice Of Reason In An Unreasonable World

Dan John joins me again for his third appearance on the show. You can reference Episodes #100 and #181 to hear those. This go-round, we discuss his brand new book “Attempts”, Dan John University, the importance of habits, thoughts on fitness “hacks” and so much more. Dan John is always a guest you’ll want to […]

#267-Erin Riffle: I Was In A Toxic Relationship With Myself

Initially, it was my intent to get as many of my clients on the show who had the desire to do so before I had a repeat performance back on. However, Erin’s story I knew would resonate with so many of my listeners that I had to bring her back to talk about it. You […]

#266-Dannie Strable: Whiskey, Wellness, and Pandemic Pivots

I’m joined this week by the owner of Rackhouse Whiskey Club, Dannie Strable. We veer slightly out of the norm with this episode but we cover a lot: a fondness for bourbon and whiskey, the story behind Rackhouse Whiskey Club, an appreciation for exercise and, of course, how the pandemic has affected his industry and […]

#265-Parmjit Kaur: Stem Cells & Dumbbells

I’m honored to share time this week with Parmjit Kaur. She was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2008 and has spent her time since then undergoing a successful experimental procedure for MS, advocating for MS and learning how to rebuild her body through strength training. Special thanks goes to Jim W. for making the recommendation […]

#264-Lee Boyce: This Isn’t Supposed To Be Easy

I kick myself for not getting legendary coach, Lee Boyce, on the show sooner. That problem is solved with this week’s episode. We cover a lot of ground in this episode: his evolution as a writer, learning how to recover and train around injuries, how he and his clients have been reacting to the pandemic […]

#263-Melody Schoenfeld & Chad Landers: State of Emergency

I welcome back two returning guests and two great coaches: Melody Schoenfeld (Episodes #88 and #205) and Chad Landers (Episode #106). As they are both gym owners in the state of California, a state which has been more aggressive than most with lockdowns, I wanted to know more about how they’ve been reacting to the […]

#262-Eric Chessen: Autism Fitness

It’s a topic that is very close to my heart, having a son with autism. This week, I welcome Eric Chessen of Autism Fitness to the show. We talk about how he got started focusing on this incredible niche demographic and what eventually led to him creating two certifications to help trainers learn how to […]

#261-Alex Leaf: “The Fat Loss Blueprint”

Alex Leaf returns to the show this week after a great episode he did last year, featuring wife Briana Theroux (Episode #187). This time, he’s here to talk about his new program which he has put together with Briana and Ari Whitten called “The Fat Loss Blueprint”. While there are many components to the program […]