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Dr. Jonathon Sullivan and Noah Hayden are joined by RN Ann Buszard. They discuss how typical or conventional medicine today fails to address the root causes of most issues, including the Sick Aging Phenotype. They talk about how exercise medicine, specifically strength training with barbells, is the cure. You can check out more of Sully's work on t…
 
Niki talks to Brittany Snyder, a Professional Barbell Coach, nutrition coach, and the Director of Nutrition at Barbell Logic. Brittany shares her journey of how she ditched all or nothing nutrition, shoved shame to the side, gave the fundamentals a chance, and finally created a sense of control with her nutrition. All or Nothing Nutrition...General…
 
Online strength coaching provides the most value, flexibility, effectiveness, and personalization of any coaching method. It enhances the quality of life of coaches and clients. This is a rebroadcast of episode 408. Online Strength Coaching Provides More Flexibility Online coaching allows someone seeking high-quality coaching to find the coach that…
 
Walking seems so simple and easy, so mundane and pedestrian (literally) that it couldn't constitute an important part of your overall health and fitness plan, right? Wrong. Walking provides innumerable health and wellness benefits. These benefits include physical, mental, and spiritual benefits. Don't pooh pooh walking. Whether you're tracking your…
 
Strength and endurance - can you do both!? Yes, in fact, you can. While the adaptations and strength and endurance conflict, you can reach high levels in both. CJ shares his story of ruck marching, voluntary hardship, lifting, and joy. He describes how he balanced life, lifting, and rucking and realized he needed aerobic endurance events to be part…
 
What does conditioning for lifters look like? Do you need to do "cardio"? We examine conditioning & cardio for strength athletes. This is a re-release of episode 396. Conditioning vs Cardio "Cardio" is a nebulous and negative term, like diet. I need to go do some "cardio." What's the best "cardio" for fat loss? The term "cardio" comes from the word…
 
HIIT is the best way to improve your conditioning and health and help with fat loss. Consider high intensity interval training for your conditioning. Energy Systems Overview HIIT's benefits come from how it uses and benefits the body's energy systems. Let's quickly investigate the body's energy systems. Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is the energy cu…
 
Wearables for health abound. They can track lots of different metrics for health and can help gamify the pursuit of your goals. Matt & Niki explore why you might consider wearing wearables & how they use them. Wearables for Health What are wearables? Wearables are devices that you wear (duh) that can track various data. Some of the things they can …
 
Matt and Rachel Reynolds bring you this special edition of the Barbell Logic podcast, holiday edition. Matt & Rachel share their 2022 holiday message of gratitude, joy, anticipation, and reflection. Thank you for being fans & clients, coaches & clients! This time of year is a time of reflection and joy, gratitude and anticipation. Families and frie…
 
Sully joins Niki & CJ to discuss health metrics that matter. Sully's biggest question is why do you think you need the test or data point? How will this information change your behavior? Check out the Grey Steel YouTube channel here. They refer to a red flag article a few times in the podcast. Read that article here. Drowning in Data - Helpful Heal…
 
Matt & Niki explore helpful strength equipment that helps you solve problems, make strength training more fun, and build your home gym. They share specific pieces of equipment and for whom this gear might help the most. This isn't equipment to get started or gear 101, but rather equipment and gear for those who are continuing on the path of strengt…
 
Matt Reynolds, Niki Sims, and CJ Gotcher join up to answer your lifting and lifestyle questions. They cover wrist wraps and wrist straps for deadlifting, upper body pulling exercises for novices, BJJ, hiking & rucking, stuffing or dressing, and more in this fun but informative holiday Q&A. Wrist Wraps & Lifting Straps for Deadlifts If you're having…
 
We share our coaching lessons learned - professionalism over mastery, personability and personalization over optimal programming, flexibility over rigidity, long-term good over short-term gains, and more. Coaching Lessons Learned If you're not growing, not learning, not improving, then you're getting worse - that's the nature of this existence. Ent…
 
Jordan Stanton returns to answer your questions on velocity based autoregulation. Why is this not for novices? What guidance would you give to lifters when the device tells you you should have a big PR? Who is a good candidate for velocity based training? Autoregulation for Novices? Form is not stable, and this is a requirement, especially for velo…
 
Injury and recovery are no fun and not why we train. They're a part of life, and come with training, especially if you push yourself over a long period of time. How do you adjust programming and mindset to keep training and keep improving. Niki Sims shares her story of an injury that altered her training, identity, and pursuits, which ultimately ca…
 
Autoregulation adjusts to the lifter's actual, not expected, performance during a workout. Get an overview of this strength training method. Autoregulation - The Concept The underlying concept is fairly simple: adjust the work sets to the lifter's performance during the workout. During novice linear progression, a lifter adds typically 5 pounds eac…
 
Velocity based training & autoregulation for strength sounds complex, but it's really simple - learn the secrets of this training method. Why Try Velocity Based Training? We like simplicity - our tagline is simple, hard, effective - so why add a seemingly complicated piece of equipment and method of autoregulation to your coaching or training? Firs…
 
Stay sane while coaching family, friends, & co-workers. Successfully juggle dual relationships while getting good coaching experience. Why Coach Family? Before we talk about how, we must always consider why. Why would you consider coaching family, friends, and colleagues, and is it worth the risk? For new or aspiring coaches, one major hurdles is a…
 
Accommodating resistance means lifting with bands or chains for more resistance near the top of the lift. Learn how & why to use this advanced, fun training method, including practical tips for setting up the bands or chains by lift. What is Accommodating Resistance? Accommodating resistance is a training method that uses bands or chains to increas…
 
How do you approach non-expert coaching? How do you address coaching outside your expertise or comfort zone? Niki & CJ discuss how to handle this hurdle! Non-Expert Coaching: Identifying the Client's Why How do you approach a client who has a goal or endeavor that lies outside your expertise? Similar to any change in goals for a client, even if it …
 
Tanner Guzy shares his thoughts and answers questions on masculine style and aesthetics. Dress better and become more confident. Seek Beauty in Your Style Beauty is good. We know this, because we enjoy the transformations that occur with our body as we train and eat better. Wearing good-fitting, appropriate clothing presents a better, more beautifu…
 
Matt and Scott continue their discussion from part 1 over a range of topics, including theology, business, softball, and more. This is a wide-ranging podcast that deviates from our normal content. We hope you enjoy! GET STARTED with one-on-one online coaching FOR FREE! Get your FIRST MONTH FREE on all strength and nutrition coaching plans. There's …
 
Matt and Scott chat over a range of topics, including theology, business, softball, and more. This is a wide-ranging podcast that deviates from our normal content. We hope you enjoy! GET STARTED with one-on-one online coaching FOR FREE! Get your FIRST MONTH FREE on all strength and nutrition coaching plans. There's no contract and you can cancel an…
 
Building trust - this can seem a bit nebulous. Andrew Jackson provides a coaching value equation or model for how you can think about and improve how you build trust and provide value to your clients. The Future of Coaching Technology has redefined coaching and will continue to do so. You might be reading this on your phone, whereas decades ago sim…
 
What is the future of coaching? Niki Sims & CJ Gotcher discuss current trends that will likely define the future of coaching and how you can improve your coaching practice to be better positioned now & in the future. The Future of Coaching Technology has redefined coaching and will continue to do so. You might be reading this on your phone, whereas…
 
Staying sane on social media: seems impossible, right? CJ Gotcher explains how you can train the algorithm and train yourself to intentionally use social media for your purposes. Social Media is Toxic We're probably beyond the naïve understanding some people had about social media a decade ago, that it's a free way to connect with others and promot…
 
Matt, Niki, and CJ discuss introducing new exercises: why & how, different categories of exercises, determining your main exercises, and more. Why Introduce New Exercises? Novices need to get generally stronger. The process of doing this is simple, though hard & effective, of course. Add weight to certain compound barbell movements in a set and rep…
 
What is pain, how does it work, and why do we experience pain (what value does it provide us)? Jayson Ball explains all. Pain in the Flesh The process of pain begins in the flesh through sensory transduction. Information from the environment turns into an electric impulse in the nervous system, that eventually makes its way to the brain. Proteins e…
 
Karl Schudt discusses arete in the ancient world. This concept encompasses the words in English and underlying ideas of virtue and excellence. Depending on the subject, if you are reading an English translation of an Ancient Greek book, you will see this as either excellence or virtue. He continues to lead seminars and do the podcast at Online Grea…
 
Bekah Krieg joins CJ to discuss lifting with back pain: modifications, mindset, & approaches as coach or lifter to deal with/overcome back pain & get stronger. She worked as a physical therapist for 20 years, is an Exclusive Coach for Barbell Logic, and is the Barbell Academy Curriculum Director. Weightlifting with Back Pain Back pain seems to come…
 
We discuss bringing order to the chaos to get important things done, improve your quality of life, and feel at ease. Bringing Order to Chaos Life can be difficult and hectic. Hardship, both voluntary and involuntary, is part of life. Certain times, though, seem especially difficult, and it's hard to keep your head above water. Everything is urgent,…
 
Matt talks to Nate Garrison about strength training with autoimmune disease. Nate is a videographer and video editor for Barbell Logic that Matt met through Tactical Response. He discusses his journey with autoimmune disease and how barbell training helped his physical and mental health throughout the ongoing process. Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn's…
 
Matt and Scott finish their talk discussing the coach-client interaction and being coachable. If you're paying for coaching, your coach is probably erring on not enough stress, especially if you're a general client trying to get stronger for general health and quality of life reasons. You're not training for the Olympics. If you decide to do 2, 3, …
 
Matt & Scott developed the concept of Minimum Effective Dose programming (MED programming) through conversations on the podcast. Today, Matt and Scott discuss how to apply the principles of MED programming when PRs are behind you. Listen to Scott's podcasts: Online Great Books, Music & Ideas, or Growing Resilience. This typically occurs for older c…
 
Enjoy the rest of Matt catching up with Scott for this 2-part episode. Matt & Scott discuss some of what Scott has been doing on his homestead, and just chat about things. Listen to Scott's podcasts: Online Great Books, Music & Ideas, or Growing Resilience. Learn how Scott's reading the book the Restoration of Christian Culture caused Scott to move…
 
Enjoy the return of Scott for this 2-part episode, where Matt & Scott catch up, discuss some of what Scott has been doing on his homestead, and just chat about things. Listen to Scott's podcasts: Online Great Books, Music & Ideas, or Growing Resilience. Learn how Scott's reading the book the Restoration of Christian Culture caused Scott to move his…
 
Are fitness certifications worth it, worthless, or does it depend? Niki & CJ walk you through how to consider the value of a fitness certifications as a barbell coach or personal trainer. Are Fitness Certifications Worth It? Personal trainers and barbell coaches have proliferated as the health and fitness industry grows. Fitness certifications also…
 
Matt & Niki discuss visual cues for lifting: how to best use them in-person & online, common mistakes to avoid, & some helpful examples. Visual Cues for Lifting When used properly, visual cues can reduce the time & words needed to get the lifter squatting or deadlifting or pressing with proper form. Used incorrectly, they can confuse and get lifter…
 
Niki & CJ discuss what makes a bad strength coach and how to avoid the pitfalls of bad coaching. Being not bad, a very good place to start. Bad Strength Coaching Let's face it, we've all experienced a bad professional at one time or another. Whether they were unprofessional, rude, incompetent, sleezy, inattentive, we can all relate to the experienc…
 
Matt & Niki explore tactile cues: different types, how & when to use them for in-person and online coaching. Oh, and how do you pronounce tactile? Is it like "tactical?" Tactile Cues vs Verbal & Visual Cues Tactile cues, as you may have guessed, involve you as the coach or an object touching the lifter. Visual cues show the lifter how to properly l…
 
The coaching transition can be hard, as you have to budget time, money, or both with a steep learning curve & avoid potential pitfalls. Niki & CJ help you learn how to make the coaching transition to become a good coach. Also, learn the correct pronunciation of CJ's last name! Coaching Transition - Let's Go So, you want to be a coach!? Awesome. You…
 
Today, Matt & Niki delve into verbal communication - our primary means of communication as a coach, both in-person & online. While this may seem straightforward, many steps occur to correctly communicate to our clients & get them to move correctly. This begins & 3-part series of sorts where Matt & Niki will explore communication, beginning with ver…
 
Nerd out on pain science, what it's like doing scientific research, getting papers published, and what we understand about pain interventions for humans. Jayson Ball, staff coach & PhD student, rejoins the podcast with CJ Gotcher. The Pain of Scientific Research What does science look like from the trenches of laboratories, where experiments are de…
 
How do you end your cooking rut? What do you do when your go-to foods bore you? Niki Sims & Nikki Burman have tips & tricks to re-energize your cooking & meal preparation, so you don't turn to unhealthy, convenience foods that take you away from your goals. End Your Cooking Rut It’s easy to grow sick of the same meals, get burnt out by cooking, mea…
 
Are there too many coaches!? Learn how to stand out, find clients & provide value as a coach in a seemingly flooded coaching market. The Flooded Fitness Market Are there too many coaches!? Learn how to stand out, find clients & provide value as a coach in a seemingly flooded coaching market. With social media & the internet, it's easy to be overwhe…
 
Online coaching is better than in-person coaching. It provides more value to the coach and client, enabling greater flexibility, personalization, and effectiveness. Online Coaching is Better Since Barbell Logic began providing online coaching, we have offered it almost apologetically, only as a backup if you lacked in-person access to a great profe…
 
Burnout can occur in any pursuit or career path, but can be particularly noxious for careers coming from passion. Coaching fits that bill certainly, as no one comes to coaching to make billions. So, acknowledging that burnout exists and can happen, how do we avoid it (or stop it if we find ourselves burnt out). What is Coaching Burnout? Burnout isn…
 
How do you set yourself apart as a coach? One way is knowledge. Understanding the fundamentals that underlie anatomy, physiology, programming, technique, and platform coaching will differentiate you from the typical personal trainer. Set yourself apart with knowledge. It's easy to get a personal training certification. Even earning a degree in exer…
 
Niki & CJ discuss overcoming imposter syndrome as a coach. The address what it is, why it's normal, when you may be beyond your abilities, and practical tips to deal with it. Learn more about overcoming imposter syndrome as a coach. Doubt, fear, and anxiety is normal. With coaching, or really any venture, you will likely experience internal self-do…
 
Niki & CJ Gotcher discuss how to determine your values, identities, and priorities (VIP). These underlie WHY, HOW, WHAT, and FOR WHOM you coach. Learn about what these are and how you can more consciously develop and refine these over time (they aren't set in stone). Whether we do so consciously or not, we have some notion of our coaching VIP. Some…
 
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