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Jared Enderton – Background, Lifting Tips, and Business — Real Chalk #89

Jared’s story is pretty crazy. Although most of us know him as the really strong dude with the beard who went to the CrossFit Games… He was also a strongman competitor at a body weight of 305lbs and at a height of just 5’6”. He talks about a...

Keeping Your Coaches – Business of Fitness #69

He’s back everybody! M.D.V (Matt DellaValle) is a seasoned guest and co-host of the Business of Fitness Podcast. MDV is the Chief Fitness Officer at NCFIT, managing all fitness, coaching, and programming operations worldwide for the company. Over...

5/3/1 Strength Training System w/ Jim Wendler: Part 2 – The Barbell Life

Jim Wendler is the creator and author of the 5/3/1 Training Program. This program has been used by millions of athletes and lifters of all ages and abilities. Jim played football and graduated from the University of Arizona where he was a three-time...

Is Your Knee Pain Stopping You From Throwing Down With The Squad?- Active Life Radio #6

 Dr. Ray is the director of staff at Active Life. He works with one on one clients and is responsible for coaching the staff. If you have heard of the Active Life Immersion program, Dr. Ray runs that too. The dude is a stud! Knees hurt when you...

Don’t Blame It On Genetics: Dr. Anthony Jay Tells Us How To Work With, Instead of Against, Our Genes — Muscle Maven Radio Episode #28

Dr. Anthony Jay is well known for his book Estrogeneration: How Estrogenics Are Making You Fat, Sick, and Infertile, all about a class a class of chemicals that appear almost everywhere in our daily lives (from skincare to food to water and beyond)...

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