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Now displaying: September, 2019
Sep 30, 2019

At 27 years old, Greg Nuckols made waves as a strength and conditioning coach. Now, the founder of Stronger by Science is using his online platform to help lifters and coaches train smarter. 

 

This week on the Brute Podcast, Greg joins Michael to discuss the difference between practicing and learning, how to think scientifically in training, and in life, as well as what to do when you start to lose motivation. 

 

Topics:

 

06:40 – Tricking athletes into PRs

13:14 – Getting into strength training

25:50 – Research vs. results

36:40 – Soft skills & coaching

52:40 – Verbiage & imagery

61:20 – Getting into training for the wrong reason

 

Links:

 

Stronger by Science

 

Books:

 

What Is This Thing Called Science – A.F. Chalmers

 

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Sep 16, 2019

When it comes to relieving pain, preventing injury, and improving physical performance, Kelly Starrett is your guy.

 

Kelly joins the Brute podcast for the second time to share his ideas on family values, and movement principles. In this episode Kelly share’s his ideology behind intentional parenting, raising a family, and being the absolute best for your tribe. The conversation later switches to the topic of pain. What does it mean to be injured vs experiencing pain, how to get the most out of your recovery as well as some emerging new health trends.

 

For more on personal development and movement efficiency be sure to give this episode a listen.

 

Topics:

 

01:00 - Ideas on movement

09:10 - Starting a family

29:00 - Creating habits with your kids

33:15 - When to start a family

40:30 - Movement & pain

49:35 - Improving your environment for better health

58:23 - Detrimental habits

1:09:00 - The Ready State

 

Links:

 

LapTop 30 (VariDesk)

The Ready State

 

Books:

 

Muscles and Meridians  - Phillip Beach

Sport Gene - David Epstein

 

Reviews:

 

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Sep 2, 2019

Stretching is bullshit. 

 

At least, according to renowned strength and conditioning coach Dean Somerset, it is. You might recognize his name from his many contributions to popular fitness platforms including Men’s Health and Bodybuilding.com, but today, he’s adding to the list with a guest appearance on this week’s Brute Podcast. 

 

In this episode, Dean admits that from the start, becoming a strength and conditioning coach was rough. Listen as he dives into his early career, shares advice for building habits, the implications of artificial intelligence in the fitness industry and ultimately, why he thinks stretching is utter bullshit.  

 

Topics:

 

09:46 – Starting in strength & conditioning

25:52 – Empathy as a skill

35:30 – Building clientele as a trainer

42:00 – Having broad interests

45:20 – Resilience & habits

54:30 – Stretching is not beneficial

58:30 – AI & the fitness industry

 

Links:

 

ruthlessmobility.com

waitbutwhy.com

deansomerset.com

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