Earn Your Worth: Appearance on the Super Strength Show

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I was up late last night watching football the Golden Globe awards.

I’m a movie nerd, so I get all jazzed up watching every year and try to play along to see whom I think will win. The Revenant – starring Leonardo DiCaprio – crushed.

It won Best Actor (for Leo), Best Picture (drama), and Best Director (Alejandro Inarritu, who also won last year for Birdman).

It just came out in wide-release this past weekend and I’m heading to an early showing today at noon. Holla!

So that means I have to get my butt in gear this morning if I want to make it. Weights need to be lifted, emails need to be answered, and articles need to be procrastinated on.

I’ll be back tomorrow with some new content, but in the meantime I wanted to share one of my latest appearances on another stellar podcast.

This time around I was invited onto the Super Strength Show hosted by Ray Toulany.

Ray’s an amazing host and has one of THE best voices I have ever heard. I’d pay him to read a phonebook it’s that sultry.

In this episode Ray and I discuss some of the lessons I’ve learned throughout the years with regards to training clients, understanding quality of movement and progressive overload, and I go into some detail on my approach to program design (and why most people never see results).

It’s a fun interview, and if you have some time to kill today on public transportation or you want to listen to something as you plow through some TPS reports you can do so HERE.

Motivation and Movement LAB – February 20-21st (hosted by Mark Fisher Fitness)

Registration is now LIVE.

I had a blast at this event last year, and this year the MFF crew has upped the ante and made it a TWO-day event.

Along with Mark Fisher, Harold Gibbons, Michael Keeler, and a few other MFF members, I’ll presenting with Pete Dupuis, Artemis Scantalides, and Michael Ledbetter.

Early Bird price is $179 (which is a steal). Find out more HERE.

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Plus, get a copy of Tony’s Pick Things Up, a quick-tip guide to everything deadlift-related. See his butt? Yeah. It’s good. You should probably listen to him if you have any hope of getting a butt that good.

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