Appearance On the Empowered Body Podcast: Coaching Gen’ Pop’ Clients to Be Strong

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It’s Labor Day and I’m going to keep this brief.

However, on a completely un-related note before I begin: My wife and I binged watched Jack Ryan over the weekend on Amazon.

As in, as soon as Julian went to bed on Fri-Sat-Sun night, I cartwheeled out of the hallway, yelled “LET’S DO THIS,” and we watched all eight episodes…like two bosses.

I’d give it a solid B.1

The Empowered Body Podcast

When I was in London this past July teaching one of my workshops one of the attendees, Adam Willis, asked if I’d be willing to be a guest on his podcast?

He noted his target audience was women who like to train.


Our schedules finally aligned two weeks ago and you can listen to our conversation below. In it we highlight:

  • Why performance-based goals are impactful.
  • The importance of movement competency.
  • Assessing hips and shoulders
  • The idea behind 3×52 and why consistency reigns supreme.

For the Apple snobs out there you can download the episode on iTunes HERE.

Spotify HERE.

Stitcher HERE.

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  1. Five actors have played the iconic Tom Clancy character, Jack Ryan, over the course of the past few decades: Alec Baldwin, Harrison Ford, Ben Affleck, Chris Pine, and most recently, John Krasinski.

    Krasinski is okay. I mean, the character in general is more or less a generic, run-of-the-mill white dude, so to that end Krasinski nails it; he can play “charming nerd” with the best of them. However, it was the parts where he gave the vibe as “tough guy” that seemed more fictional than anything. Thankfully those were few and far between. Honestly, the most compelling character – and most compelling story arc in the series – was that of terrorist Mousa Bin Suleiman (played by Ali Suliman). It was interesting to see how he became who he became and the tug-o-war between him being a dedicated family man (and brother) and his nefarious terrorist assholiness.

    This was a good series and a worthy binge watch. Looking forward to seeing Season 2, which has already been greenlit.

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