Ep. 07 David Dellanave

David Dellanave is our guest today. David is an owner of the gym The Movement Minneapolis, world record holder in the Jefferson Deadlift, world traveled presenter on topics such as Biofeedback Training/Old Time Strongman Lifts and an avid skydiver. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ep.-07-david-dellanave-fitness/id1153369875?i=1000376528440&mt=2 In this conversation we discuss: – How David KANYEing out…

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Ep. 06 Harold Gibbons

Harold Gibbons is our guest today. Harold is a strength coach at Mark Fisher Fitness, blogger at Haroldgibbons.com, and everyone’s favorite bearded biker. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-fitness-median-podcast/id1153369875?mt=2#episodeGuid=http%3A%2F%2Fthefitnessmedian.com%2F%3Fp%3D130 In this Conversation we discuss: Harold’s start in the fitness industry. Strategies Harold uses to provide his clients with autonomy in their program design. How he…

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Ep. 05 Paul Lyngso

Paul Lyngso is our guest today. iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ep.-05-paul-lyngso-fitness/id1153369875?i=1000375905863&mt=2 Paul is a co-owner of Experity Functional Strength in Burr Ridge, Illinois. Paul has lead & assisted workshops for Original Strength, StrongFirst, and RKC among other education providers. Quick Note: There’s about half a cup of extra swearing in this episode so it…

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Ep. 04 Brian Patrick Murphy & Kyle Langworthy

Our guests today are two of the founding members of Mark Fisher Fitness, Brian Patrick Murphy and Kyle Langworthy. iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-fitness-median-podcast/id1153369875?mt=2   In This Conversation we discuss: The Importance of morning rituals. How they were recruited to joined Mark Fisher Fitness. The Fun narrative Kyle put around the night he met…

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What Alice Cooper being shot out of a cannon can teach us about coach/client relationships

Since I became a personal trainer in 2009, I’ve been asked many times “what type of people do you most like to train?” For a year or two, I would typically say some basic-bitch shit like “people who want to work hard”. That’s earth shattering insight right there folks. Then,…

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