This week I’m taking you through three things that I’ve spent a lot of time with over the years, either listening to, watching or reading. And then two other things we’ve especially enjoyed this week here at Team TrainerSync.
I’ve been listening to this podcast, hosted by Robb Wolf and co-hosted by Greg Everett (& Andy Dees before him), since Episode 1. A great introduction to general solid nutrition & exercise principles, they’re into Paleo nutrition as a basis for a healthy life and more scientific work and the co-hosts have good chemistry. Robb is most famous for his book “The Paleo Solution”, Greg for his beard, his coaching at Catalyst Athletics and his book, “Olympic Weightlifting: A Complete Guide for Athletes & Coaches”.
Kiefer & Dr. Rocky talk about a whole wealth of health topics, usually nutrition related, with a lot of talk around low carb diets. Why? Because science matters, and they delve into some serious detail with some great guests. Kiefer wrote Carb Nite and Carb Backloading; Dr. Rocky is a family physician. You should listen to their podcast if you’re interested in a deeper look at the science, some great guests, and staying fit and healthy for as long as possible.
I have all sorts of mobility issues. And all my old clients have their own mobility issues. I won’t bore you with them all here. These videos, and Kelly’s book “Becoming a Supple Leopard”, have been a major part in really helping me work on this incredibly important part of our everyday fitness. I’ve watched a lot of his videos and collected his first 53 (WOD stand for Workout of the Day if you didn’t know and, yes, he puts them out every day) into a playlist which you can access here.
This is a post for all of you who are looking to move from being trainers and start running your own gym. There’s good information here, and you should read back Pete’s previous posts for further things you should be considering if you’re ready to take the plunge and open your open space.