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Brute Strength Podcast Michael Cazayoux

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Brute Strength brings you the latest in fitness, competing and life.

    How To Start An Insanely Successful Personal Training Business ft. John Goodman

    How To Start An Insanely Successful Personal Training Business ft. John Goodman

    Jonathan Goodman (not to be confused with the co-star of Roseanne), is the owner of The Personal Trainer Development Center, an online platform that has served as the premier source of free information for fitness professionals. 
     
    In this episode of the Brute Strength Podcast, John shares some of his most powerful principles that have shaped his work and life for the better. Today’s show includes finding opportunities for success in the fitness industry, taking chances, the right way to network, and the power of talking to five people per day. 
     
    Topics:
     
    05:35 - Moving to Hawaii
    10:25 - Defining vision
    15:45 - Making money as a coach
    25:06 - Creating content
    37:05 - Creating a quality life
    45:10 - Building rapport
    52:10 - Mistakes to avoid as an online trainer
     
    Links:
     
    Website
     
    Books:
     
    Range - David Epstein
    The Wealthy Fit Pro’s Guide To Online Training - Johnathan Goodman
     
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    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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    • 1 hr 13 min
    TBT: Life Lessons From The Powerlifting Legend Jim Wendler

    TBT: Life Lessons From The Powerlifting Legend Jim Wendler

    This week on the Brute Strength Podcast I’m interviewing a Powerlifting legend, Jim Wendler. At his best Jim had a 1000lb squat, 675lb bench and 700lb deadlift, weighing in at 275lb. Jim is also the creator of the 5/3/1 method, one of the most successful strength programs to date. In this episode we get into his early days at University of Arizona Football, lifting, training, competing,  and of course coaching. Jim is a great story teller so it was definitely a pleasure to hear him get into some topics like why he created the 5/3/1 method and the importance of keeping things simple in life and in training in order to become a true master. Enjoy the show.
     
    Topics of discussion:
     
    03:10 - Early NSCCA days
    08:00 - “The walk on”
    16:24 - Meeting Dave Tate (Elite FTS)
    22:30 - Wendler 5/3/1
    34:15 - “Keep it simple stupid!”
    45:40 - Programming for youth athletes
    52:50 - The Wendler train
    1:05:35 - Creating true freedom
     
    Links:
     
    Webpage
    Instagram
    Twitter
     
    Books:
     
    Mystic River - Dennis Lehane
    Gone Baby Gone - Dennis Lehane
    The Fermata - Baker 
     
    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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    • 1 hr 32 min
    Generalists Triumph In A Specialized World ft. David Epstein

    Generalists Triumph In A Specialized World ft. David Epstein

    David Epstein is an investigative reporter at ProPublica, and the author of two New York Times Bet-Sellers, “The Sports Gene” and “Range”. He is also joining the podcast this week to dispel some of the most common myths about genetics and athletic ability as well as why being a generalist might actually give you an advantage in today’s specialized world.
     
    In this episode David covers such topics including the advantage to switching your vocation, why short term success can lead to long term failure, and how to learn more effectively.
     
    If you’ve enjoyed this episode please leave us a review and share with a friend!
     
     
    Topics:
     
    04:55 - Cardiac death in athletes
    10:55 - Athletic background
    22:25 - Grit
    32:25 - Self-regulatory learning
    41:25 - Kind vs. Wicked learning environments
    45:55 - Doing vs. Learning
     
    Links:
     
    Twitter
     
    Books:
     
    The Sports Gene: Inside The Science of Extraordinary Athletic Performance
    Range: Why Generalists Triumph In A Specialized World
     
     
    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.
     
    Follow us on Instagram @brute.strength.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    The Moral Inventory Exercise ft. Michael Cazayoux

    The Moral Inventory Exercise ft. Michael Cazayoux

    • 15 min
    How To Know When You're Being Awkward ft. Michael Cazayoux

    How To Know When You're Being Awkward ft. Michael Cazayoux

    • 11 min
    Write About Your Past To Unlock Your Future ft. Michael Cazayoux

    Write About Your Past To Unlock Your Future ft. Michael Cazayoux

    • 12 min

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