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1 Policy to Live By, Changing Your Neurology, and Being Scared Sh*tless Every Day with JL Holdsworth – Episode 309

JL Holdsworth is a world champion powerlifter, published author, and former University of Kentucky strength and conditioning coach.  The guy can not only talk the talk, but he can walk the walk as well as anyone in the game.  With over 30,000 hours of practical experience and competition best lifts of a 905 lb. squat, 775 lb. bench press and a 804 lb. deadlift, he’s one of the strongest and most experienced S&C Coaches in the industry.  In 2010 he founded The Spot Athletics and has built that small private training facility into two 20,000sq ft. locations in… continue reading.

Steroids to Psychedelics: A Journey to Self Love with World Record Holder, AJ Roberts – Episode 225

In this episode, I sit down with 2X World Record holder in Power lifting, and highly successful entrepreneur and success coach, AJ Roberts. We discuss his journey in and out of power lifting and how it almost cost him his life. We talk about why chasing the dream isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, discovering your path to self-love, how to train with flow and out of love, not anger. AJ goes deep into topics steaming from childhood trauma and how if you can’t love yourself, you cannot love someone else. We also cover some great tips to help… continue reading.

Powerlifter, Brandon Lilly on Getting Stronger, Measuring Success, and Finding Happiness – Episode 223

In this episode I sit down with Brandon Lilly. Brandon is a top ranked power lifter, author of “The Cube Method”, and “365STRONG”, as well as a respected strength coach. Brandon is ranked as one of the strongest power lifters of all-time. He has world class totals in multiple weight classes, both raw, and equipped — *2,110 lbs Raw Belt Only, 
*2,237 lbs Raw with Knee Wraps and 
*2,612 lbs Multiply Equipped. We discuss learning from every situation, how a devastating injury changed his life, being happy is his new drug, self-awareness, and, of course, training to get jacked and… continue reading.

The Fitness World: Insane in the Membrane!!

A Rant by Jon Hinds: In real life, we move our whole bodies almost 100% of the time. In sports, in martial arts, when climbing stairs or picking up kids or shoveling snow – we use our arms, our legs, our backs, our stomach muscles all together. Then why do 99% of all people who exercise, train their muscles in isolation instead of using functional fitness? What good is it to be able to bench 300 pounds with your back supported and your legs unengaged? Who cares if you can leg press the rack? These activities only train… continue reading.