Category: Podcasts

#301-Mike Howard: Habits For Fat Loss (1 of 4)

As I looked into the future for this podcast, I wanted to take the show in slightly different directions. I credit returning guest, Mike Howard of Lean Minded, to be the “guinea pig”, if you will, for the first in a 4-part series. To hear our previous episodes together check out Episodes 64, 102, 159, […]

#300-Leigh Peele: Restriction Is Not Reasonable Or Rational

Maybe it comes as little surprise to long-time listeners of the show but Leigh Peele makes her 6th appearance for the milestone 300th episode. You can also check out our previous conversations via Episodes 28, 118, 150, 200 and 215. She has been in the midst of a complete re-write of “The Fat Loss Troubleshoot” […]

#299-Caroline Juster: Make It Easy To Make Good Decisions

I’m joined this week by fellow coach Caroline Juster. In this episode, we talk about her journey from musician to personal trainer and her own weight loss transformation. Caroline talks about how she takes inspiration from both of those areas to inform how she coaches her clients to better success. We also talk about how […]

#298-Chris Burres: Sleep Aids, Sleep Hygiene and MyVitalC

I welcome research engineer and scientist, Chris Burres, of MyVitalC to the show this week. In this episode, we talk about the plethora of sleep aids, sleep devices and better sleep hygiene for individuals who could benefit from them. Chris also discusses how he got involved with MyVitalC and the potential for being helpful in […]

#297-Leslie Benedetto: On Autism, Addiction And The Evolution Of B-Well Nation

I’ve been connected with B-Well Nation’s Leslie Benedetto for several years and of many things we have in common within fitness we also have raised children with autism and have struggled with addiction leading into this industry. In this episode, we talk about the intersection of those factors, how her own business with group exercise […]

#296-Ned Parks: The Sustainability Of Change

Ned Parks has been a client and friend of mine for almost 3 years now and, within that time, he has not only referred friends and colleagues to the business but his wife and daughter have become a part of the community as well. In this episode, we talk about what inspired him to start, […]

#295-Tara Arndt: School Of Email

Last year, I had the pleasure of joining a group of fellow fitness professionals looking to understand how to maximize their mailing lists to help their clients. Tara Arndt led the way and she definitely knows what she’s doing! Tara is the wife of Tim Arndt who made an appearance on the show way back […]

#294-Chris Kershaw: Focus On The Experience

I welcome Chris Kershaw a.k.a The Heavy Metal Strength Coach to the show this week. In this episode, Chris and I talk about coaching philosophies, thoughts on writing words that have an impact, how grief informs the work that we do, how he helps his clients thrive and how the UK’s response to the pandemic […]

#293-Susan Niebergall: “Fit At Any Age”

Susan Niebergall joins me for the third time on the show (see Episodes 94 and 231) and this time around, we get to talk about her excellent new book, “Fit At Any Age: It’s Never Too Late”. We discuss the pitfalls she experienced with her own weight loss journey, how she had her “a-ha” moment […]

#292-Derek Saunders: Control What You Can Control

Derek Saunders of Macros Inc. joins me this week for his debut on the show. In this episode, we talk about his journey into the industry and how his own story of weight loss informs how he coaches clients to this day. We also dive into the importance of better habits with weight loss, focusing […]