55 min

Episode 172 - Matthew Ibrahim on Failure, Rookie Mindset, and Utilizing Feedback The Lifestyle Chase

    • Fitness

Matthew Ibrahim is a Strength & Conditioning Coach, Adjunct Professor of Exercise Science, and Ph.D. student in Human & Sport Performance. He has been an invited guest speaker at EXOS at Google Headquarters, Sports Academy at The Star, Perform Better, and the NSCA Coaches Clinic. His work has been featured in Men's Health, Science for Sport, and T-Nation. Connect with him on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matthewibrahim_/


 


In this episode we took a very talked about how others may see him now and how he would describe himself. We talked about the importance of having non-negotiables in your life and career and some moments when he didn’t have them himself. 



We spoke about failure and the learning opportunities that it provides as long as you are open to feedback. 


 


Matthew is a guy that asks for opportunities and sees opportunities. He is always open to constructive feedback because of what it’s done for him in his career so far. 


 


If you enjoy this episode of The Lifestyle Chase, please head to Apple Podcasts to leave a 5 star rating. This helps the show surge on the charts and gain new audience members. 


 


Another way to support the show, the host, and the guest, is to share a screenshot of the episode on social media.

To learn more about your host, Chris Liddle, you can go to www.invigoratetraining.com or follow along on Instagram @christianliddle, @thelifestylechase

Matthew Ibrahim is a Strength & Conditioning Coach, Adjunct Professor of Exercise Science, and Ph.D. student in Human & Sport Performance. He has been an invited guest speaker at EXOS at Google Headquarters, Sports Academy at The Star, Perform Better, and the NSCA Coaches Clinic. His work has been featured in Men's Health, Science for Sport, and T-Nation. Connect with him on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/matthewibrahim_/


 


In this episode we took a very talked about how others may see him now and how he would describe himself. We talked about the importance of having non-negotiables in your life and career and some moments when he didn’t have them himself. 



We spoke about failure and the learning opportunities that it provides as long as you are open to feedback. 


 


Matthew is a guy that asks for opportunities and sees opportunities. He is always open to constructive feedback because of what it’s done for him in his career so far. 


 


If you enjoy this episode of The Lifestyle Chase, please head to Apple Podcasts to leave a 5 star rating. This helps the show surge on the charts and gain new audience members. 


 


Another way to support the show, the host, and the guest, is to share a screenshot of the episode on social media.

To learn more about your host, Chris Liddle, you can go to www.invigoratetraining.com or follow along on Instagram @christianliddle, @thelifestylechase

55 min