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Now displaying: July, 2020
Jul 27, 2020

PJ Nestler is the Director of Performance at Extreme Performance Training (XPT), otherwise known as the breath guy. Breathing is the foundation of life. It is also the first step in enhancing health, performance, and longevity.

In this episode we’re talking about how correcting your breathing habits can help you reach new levels in health and performance for any activity or application. PJ shares some of his proven breathing methods that he’s used while training UFC fighters, as well as some of his favorite breathing techniques to help you kick start your day. Take a deep breath, find somewhere comfortable, and enjoy the show.

Topics:

09:40 - XPT

18:36 - Getting into breath work

22:00 - Breathing for performance 

28:10 - Sympathetic vs parasympathetic 

29:55 - Breathing protocol

51:10 - Parasympathetic down regulation protocol 

57:30 - Mindful meditation vs. breathing protocols 

69:20 - Breathe and emotions

73:30 - Mouth tape

Books:

The Oxygen Advantage - McKeown

Resources:

XPT Website 

MyoTape

XPT Life App

PJ’s Instagram

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Jul 20, 2020

This week on the Brute Strength Podcast, I’m interviewing one of the all-time greats in strength and conditioning, Mike Boyle. Mike is regarded as one of the top experts in the area for sports performance training. He has made his mark in the industry over the past 30 years with an impressive following of professional athletes from the U.S. Women’s Olympic teams in soccer and ice hockey, the Boston Bruins and the Boston Red Sox. Mike has an incredible depth of knowledge and experience when it comes to improving athletic performance. In this episode we get into a lot of his training philosophies for athletes, chasing mastery and the importance of keeping it simple. There’s so much to take away from this episode, so be sure to follow the links below for more info. Enjoy the show!

 

Topics:

 

04:30 - Keeping an open mind as a strength coach

15:50 - Chasing mastery 

20:50 - 25 years & 25 mistakes 

25:33 - Keeping it simple (minimum effective dose)

34:05 - The joint-by-joint approach 

43:55 - “If it’s important, do it everyday”

 

Links:

 

strengthcoach.com

Facebook

Joint by Joint Approach - Boyle (article)

Record, Rank & Publish - Holler (article)

 

 

Books:

 

Outliers - Gladwell

Recognizing and Treating Breathing Disorders - Chaitow

How to Win Friends & Influence People - Carnegie 

 

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Jul 13, 2020

Sebastian Junger is an American journalist, author and filmmaker. He is most noted or his books, The Perfect Storm, Tribe, and his award winning documentary, Restrepo.

 

Today he joins The Brute Strength Podcast to talk about the importance of community, and it’s role on our psychological survival. We’ll be getting into things such as the tragedy of modern societies, your value in society, and how natural disasters can actually help build a community.

 

Topics:

 

11:30 - Community & colonial society

13:56 - Surviving the group

19:30 - Ingredients for community

22:44 - Contempt

31:10 - Coming together during COVID

 

Links:

 

Website

 

Books:

 

Tribe - Sebastian Junger

 

Reviews:

 

If you love this podcast please click HERE to leave me a review. It energizes me to keep doing these as well as pushes us higher in the rankings. Thank you all for the support.

 

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Jul 6, 2020

If there’s a four-letter word Annie Lalla gets, it’s L-O-V-E.

 

When it comes to relationship coaching, there’s no one more perfect for the job of developing emotional bodybuilders than Annie Lalla.

 

Annie helps individuals attract, create and foster connections and on this episode of the Brute Podcast, she’s here to help do the same for you. 

 

Listen as she shares her insight on how to find your true love, tips for getting through conflict resolution and why your exes may have actually been blessings in disguise.

 

Topics:

 

08:10 – Mapping

17:36 – The value of past relationships

20:45 – Finding true love

35:30 – Coaching vs. therapy

46:30 – Polarity

63:00 – Conflict resolution

 

Links:

 

Savage Lovecast

Annielalla.com

 

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If you love this podcast, please click HERE to leave us a review. It energizes us to keep doing these as well as pushes us higher in the rankings. Thank you all for the support!

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