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Focus on Outcome and Not Exercises with Spencer Arnold – The Barbell Life

Spencer Arnold is an Olympic Weightlifting coach for the top weightlifters on Team USA including 2016 Olympian Morghan King. Spencer Arnold on Instagram Travis Mash on Instagram ONE TON CHALLENGE Registration is LIVE now Find your 1rm in the snatch...

Why Making Coaches More Professional Matters – Dr. Sean- Active Life Radio #10

There is a great expression that goes like this; “If you want to build something big, you need a vision big enough for other people’s vision to fit inside of it.” And it’s true. On this episode of the show, Dr. Sean sits down with the microphone...

Eating, Training, and Triple Days in Prep for the 2020 Olympics w/ Wes Kitts, Anders Varner, and Doug Larson and Jackie Perez – Barbell Shrugged — Barbell Shrugged #417

Wes Kitts, 2018 and 2019 Pan American Olympic weightlifting champion. Kitts was born in Knoxville, TN where he played high school soccer and football before going on to play Division 1AA football for Austin Peay State University. He began his...

Gregory O’Gallagher – The Guy Who Made Intermittent Fasting Cool — Real Chalk #93

Greg is one of the first people I ever remember using Facebook ads to sell a lifestyle diet. I remember seeing them and thinking his style was a little ostentatious, but also thinking that he was kind of a genius. Hell, he was just doing something...

Let’s Talk Scaling – Business of Fitness #73

You may recognize both voices on today’s show, as 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...

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