If you’re looking to get stronger, lose fat and have amazing body composition then 5x World Record Powerlifter, Jordan Syatt, is someone who you should listen to!
Jordan is a graduate from the University of Delaware and he is a freakishly strong strength coach, nutrition consultant and trainer. He’s been featured in CNN, The Huffington Post and Men’s Fitness but most importantly, he’s helped hundreds of people just like you get stronger, leaner and look absolutely incredible.
In this episode of the Food For Fitness podcast, Jordan dispels some of the myths surrounding powerlifting and he explains why it is so effective for fat loss and body composition. He talks through how both beginners and advanced lifters can improve their squat, deadlift and bench press and shares some fantastic teaching tips that you can use in the gym to immediate effect.
He describes why he thinks training legs once per week is dumb unless you’re a competitive bodybuilder, why yoga makes you a better lifter, how to structure a training plan, why every program works, the optimum time to rest between sets and tonnes more in this jam-packed podcast episode.
Named by Greatest as one of the most influential people in the industry, Adam Bornstein is a big deal in the world of fitness! He is a New York Times bestselling author, award-winning editor, speaker and business consultant. He’s the former editor of Men’s Health and Livestrong.com and he’s contributed to numerous other publications including Men's Fitness, Shape and Schwarznegger.com. It’s been estimated that Adam has reached over 100 million people through articles, blogs, videos, and his books.
In this episode of the Food For Fitness Podcast, Adam shares his thoughts on loads of current trends in the fitness industry. Scott and Adam chat about the paleo diet, if social media is a help or a hindrance when it comes to fitness, why everyone loves abs and fat loss articles, why you should stop trying to diet on holiday/vacation and how fitness pros can connect with people who don’t actually care about fitness.
There’s more! Adam is constantly travelling with business so he explains how you can stay in shape when away from home, how to train and remain consistent with your nutrition when on the road. The show is loaded with helpful advice, so click below to get started.
Harry Ranson has spent the last couple of years living and working in India, training several Bollywood stars and helping them get super lean for their demanding film roles. He is a successful personal trainer and nutrition coach and is the co-owner of his gym The Performance Project in Brighton.
In this episode, Harry shares stories from his time India, how he trained actors with demanding schedules and tight deadlines. We chat about Harry’s experience competing in fitness modelling and natural bodybuilding, the benefits of powerlifting, why having a coach is the number one thing you can do to improve your physique and how he creates his delicious healthy recipes.
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I know what to do, I just can’t stick with it. Sound familiar? Why is it often so hard to make real progress? That’s where Steve Ledbetter aka Coach Stevo comes in. Stevo runs a company in San Francisco called Habitry who focus on teaching people habits and principles to improve their fitness, nutrition and enrich their lives. He has a BA in Philosophy from the University of Chicago, and an MA in Sport Psychology from John F. Kennedy University and he’s a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
This episode is full of amazing information and 'AHA moments' that you’re going to love. Stevo explains habit formation, why you should create 'fallback Friday' routines, why we don’t actually want to run marathons, why we don’t want to exercise and why training outside kicks ass.
He explains why we should change the way we set goals, how we can focus on behaviours, overcoming stumbles, staying focussed and achieving and maintaining your ideal physique. Enjoy!
Eve Muirhead is a Team GB curler who has won multiple world titles and has represented Great Britain at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver and the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Pretty impressive right! She’s also a single-figure golf handicapper and she loves smashing the weights in the gym.
In this episode of the Food For Fitness podcast, Eve talks about her journey into the sport, her current training routine, the importance of diet for fuelling and recovery and her medal-winning mindset.
She explains some of biggest challenges that she has had to overcome, the focus required to compete on the Olympic stage, the importance of goal-setting and how people can remain on-track even if they’re becoming disheartened and feeling unmotivated.
This episode will give you an amazing insight into the training, nutrition and mindset required to compete at the truly elite level of international sport.
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