Jim Smith on Success Through Adversity, Stress Management and His Love for Chris Cornell

Posted by Jason Ferruggia

RenRadioPromo2014SMITHJim “Smitty” Smith is one of the most innovative and respected strength coaches in the industry.

He’s been featured in Men’s Health, Muscle & Fitness, Men’s Fitness and every top training website. Jim trains athletes, fitness enthusiasts and weekend warriors, helping them all achieve beyond their potential.

He’s also a close personal friend of mine whom I’ve known for over ten years. If there’s a nicer, more giving, positive person in the world I’ve yet to meet him.

 Today’s Podcast Topics Include:

  • One of Jay’s biggest regrets of the last few years
  • Smitty’s take on parenting
  • Life lessons he teaches his kids
  • A revolutionary way to deal with stress
  • #1 life lesson you can learn
  • How adversity drives success
  • The importance of finding something greater than yourself
  • Smitty’s go to mobility, conditioning and training routine
  • How Smitty destroyed Jay’s shoulder
  • The latest from Diesel S&C
  • Why Smitty spends thousands on training materials each year
  • Rapid Fire: Smitty answers your questions from Facebook & Twitter

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You can find more from Smitty at www.dieselsc.com and on Twitter at @DieselStrength

Notes From The Show

To find more out about TM (Transcendental Meditation), check out their site at www.tm.org

Click here to get a copy of Wayne Dyer’s book, I Can See Clearly Now.

For more information on Smitty’s CPPS certification, visit www.cppscoaches.com

Click here to get a copy of Chris Cornell’s album,  Songbook.

Find what you love, and let it kill you.” – Charles Bukowski

The meaning of life is to find your passion. Your purpose is to give it away.” – Picasso


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