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Fitness In Post is a program designed for those in the post-production industry who live sedentary lifestyles. If you are tired of having no energy, fighting brain fog, and collapsing at the end of the workday, we are here to help. Post-production is known as the “pizza and beer” community, and there’s nothing wrong with those who make the choice to live that way. However, for people stuck in that culture who want to get healthier but don’t know where to start, there is now a resource. We spend thousands of dollars on top-of-the-line hardware and thousands of hours mastering state-of-the-art software, but now it’s time to invest in ourselves.

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Fitness In Post is a program designed for those in the post-production industry who live sedentary lifestyles. If you are tired of having no energy, fighting brain fog, and collapsing at the end of the workday, we are here to help. Post-production is known as the “pizza and beer” community, and there’s nothing wrong with those who make the choice to live that way. However, for people stuck in that culture who want to get healthier but don’t know where to start, there is now a resource. We spend thousands of dollars on top-of-the-line hardware and thousands of hours mastering state-of-the-art software, but now it’s time to invest in ourselves.

    The 'Optimize Yourself' podcast is here! (Here's how to subscribe)

    The 'Optimize Yourself' podcast is here! (Here's how to subscribe)

    Hello loyal Fitness In Post podcast listeners, it’s been a long time since we connected last as I’ve been on hiatus during the rebranding process making the transformation from Fitness In Post to Optimize Yourself. I finally have amazing news that I’ve been waiting to share with you for months...the podcast is officially back!
    Before you get too excited, it’s super important that you take a couple quick actions if you want to continue listening to future episodes. The new show is now under the name ‘Optimize Yourself’ in a new feed starting at episode 1.
    So what does this mean for you?
    Well if you want to listen to new episodes as they’re released, you have to subscribe to the new podcast, but don’t worry it will only take you 60 seconds.
    Your first option is to visit optimizeyourself.me/subscribe where I provide links to subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Pocket Casts, and TuneIn, just to name a few sources.
    Or your second option is just to do a quick search for ‘Optimize Yourself’ in whatever app you’re listening with right now and the show should pop right up. Simply click Subscribe, and you’re in like Flynn!
    If you loved the Fitness In Post podcast, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet. I’ll be releasing more episodes on a regular basis, covering a wider variety of topics, and doing multiple monthly prize giveaways of great products that I personally endorse and use every single day.
    If you want to see what the latest giveaway is, just visit optimizeyourself.me/win to learn about the latest prizes available.
    Thanks so much for being a loyal ‘Fitness In Post’ listener, I can’t wait to see you over at the new show after you subscribe.
    Thank you for listening. Be well.
     
    Zack Arnold
    Creator, Optimize Yourself

    • 1m
    Announcement: Fitness In Post Is Becoming 'Optimize Yourself'

    Announcement: Fitness In Post Is Becoming 'Optimize Yourself'

    The following is a reading of my blog post Fitness In Post Is Becoming 'Optimize Yourself'
    As a reminder, these blog readings are the perfect excuse to step outside and take a 15 minute walking break.
    Useful Links:
    Optimize Yourself
    Be well.
    Zack Arnold, Creator Fitness In Post

    • 10 min
    Ep117 Q&A: Career vs. Family + the Future of Fitness In Post

    Ep117 Q&A: Career vs. Family + the Future of Fitness In Post

    This episode is the latest Q&A episode with my trusty sidekick Natalie Boschan, and in this episode we answer the question “How do I know when it’s worth it to take a great career opportunity that might mean sacrificing time with my family?” plus I reveal big news for the future of the Fitness In Post program.
    Spoiler Alert: This is the final episode of the Fitness In Post podcast.
    Now before you get too upset, the reason is not because I’m giving up this podcast for good or that I’m no longer interested in finding solutions to the health problems we all face as creative professionals chained to a desk all day long...in fact it’s quite the opposite. Over the coming months I plan to broaden my search and provide even more resources to this community via the podcast, the blog, as well as new online training programs I’m creating that go way beyond what I offer in the Move Yourself program.
    So on that note, I am announcing to you my loyal listeners before anyone else that Fitness In Post is becoming Optimize Yourself.
    Natalie and I talk a lot more about the thinking behind this change and what this will mean over the coming months, but in short this means there will be some down time for the podcast as I make this change, especially given that as I write this I’m editing a tv pilot for NBC Universal 6 days a week and my schedule is batshit crazy. On top of that I will be overlapping this pilot with a tv series for several weeks too, so if I intend to maintain my sanity as well as see my kids on occasion, my only choice is to take it slowly if I want to do this rebrand right.
    So all I ask is that you are patient as this transition occurs to the new website and the new podcast.
    If you’d like to learn more about this rebrand you can visit my blog post at fitnessinpost.com/optimizeyourself.
    Show Sponsor:
    G-Technology
    Topics of Conversation:
    The origins of Fitness in Post When is it worth it to take career risks? Maintaining your energy and presence while working a full-time job Knowing when sacrificing your time is worth it Addressing the confusion surrounding the FiP name Developing an awareness of your long-term goals Balancing work opportunities and family life The end of Fitness in Post and the future of Optimize Yourself Useful Links:
    Optimize Yourself Rebrand Blog
    Enjoying The Show? Leave A Rating And Review HERE
    FiP Amazon Link
    Athletic Greens
    Show Credits:
    This episode was edited by Curtis Fritsch, the show notes were prepared by Jakin Rintelman, and this show is executive produced by Kanen Flowers. We are a member of the THAT STUDIO podcast network.
    The music in the opening and closing of the show is courtesy of Dorian Cheah from his brilliant album ARA.

    • 49 min
    Ep116: What Does It Take to Be An "ACE" Editor?

    Ep116: What Does It Take to Be An "ACE" Editor?

    "What is ACE, how do I become a member, and what are the benefits?" are common questions I'm asked often by fellow film editors (that I've also asked myself).
    Beyond simply breaking down the criteria for entry into the most prestigious organization in the post-production industry, in this episode I speak with Steve Rivkin, ACE President and editor of such films as Avatar, Pirates of the Caribbean, Ali, and many more, about what it really takes to be considered an elite editor, whether or not you belong to ACE. We break down how Stephen broke into the film industry without every having an assistant editor credit to his name, the secret to getting hired by any director or producer, how to transition from assisting to editing, and much more.
    If you've ever been curious about the inner-workings of what it really means to work as an editor at the highest levels and the psychology necessary to succeed, this episode is for you.
    Show Sponsor:
    G-Technology
    Topics of Conversation:
    Steve's big break into the industry and how he became the president of ACE The evolution of the modern editing career trajectory How to make contacts in post-production Re-learning the lost art of cutting collaboratively What you will need to get into ACE Fostering good relationships within the film industry How Steve became an editor without an assistant credit to his name What it takes to transition from assisting to editing The in's and out's of ACE as well as it's educational initiatives Raising awareness and perception of editing as a craft Useful Links:
    Enjoying The Show? Leave A Rating And Review HERE
    FiP Question Submission
    FiP Amazon Link
    Athletic Greens
    ACE
    Editors Guild
    Guest Bio:
    Stephen Rivkin, ACE, has been an editor in the motion picture industry for over thirty-five years. He is currently serves as President of the American Cinema Editors and is on the Board of Directors for the Motion Picture Editors Guild. He founded The Committee for Creative Recognition and EditorsPetition.com to petition film festivals and critics organizations, which honor Cinematography and/or Production Design, to add the category of Film Editing to their annual awards presentations.

    He has worked for some of Hollywood’s top directors including: James Cameron, Gore Verbinski, Michael Mann, Norman Jewison, Ridley Scott, Mel Brooks, Rob Cohen, Wolfgang Peterson, Chris Columbus and Diane Keaton.
    Rivkin was nominated for an Academy Award, a BAFTA Award and an ACE Eddie Award for his work on James Cameron’s mega-blockbuster “Avatar” which he co-edited.

    He also co-edited the “Pirates of the Caribbean” trilogy for producer Jerry Bruckheimer and director Gore Verbinski. All three films were nominated for ACE Eddie Awards, with a win for the original summer hit “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.”

    Show Credits:
    This episode was edited by Curtis Fritsch, the show notes were prepared by Jakin Rintelman, and this show is executive produced by Kanen Flowers. We are a member of the THAT STUDIO podcast network.
    The music in the opening and closing of the show is courtesy of Dorian Cheah from his brilliant album ARA.

    • 1h 7 min
    Ep115: What Every College Student (and Recent Grad) Needs to Know About 'Making It' In Hollywood, pt2

    Ep115: What Every College Student (and Recent Grad) Needs to Know About 'Making It' In Hollywood, pt2

    Let’s be honest...many of the poor habits that we have living in front of our computers did not materialize overnight. Instead they formed very slowly over years and years, and most likely many of the bad habits that you carry with you today started way back in college, or when you were a recent graduate killing yourself trying to “make it” in the film industry.
    Recently I was approached by Austin Coburn, a current student at George Fox University in Oregon, because unlike many college students who spend endless all-nighters getting their projects done fueled by Red Bull and fast food, Austin realized at an early age how detrimental neglecting his health was to his creativity. He was so intrigued by this concept he decided to take it upon himself to direct a documentary film about seeking some form of work-life balance in the world of filmmaking and post-production. Because he was an avid listener of this podcast, he reached out to me to be an interview subject for the film, and I found his questions and his perspective so engaging I wanted to invite him to be a guest on this show to share the student’s point of view, one I don’t get to share too often on this show.
    This episode is part two of a two part conversation where the roles are reversed and I become the interviewee.
    If you’re interested in learning how to combat the stress of being a student or graduate at an early age and not letting your bad habits get the best of you later in life, this two part interview is the place to start.
    If you'd like to share any horror stories or experiences about being a student, please feel free to reach out to Austin at frameworkdocumentary@gmail.com
    Show Sponsor:
    G-Technology
    Topics of Conversation:
    Facing the workload increase while moving from student to professional Learning to balance work life with home life Switching off your work brain to preserve creative power Establishing helpful triggers to optimize your cognitive processing  Reducing the fear of overwhelming tasks by staggering your work over breaks How to remain focused on your cut when you step away from the computer Zack's tips for transforming your desk into a standing workstation Applying a healthy working lifestyle to your social interactions Counteracting "work 'til death" culture Positive qualities and red flags to look for in potential employers Choosing your jobs based on where you want to be in ten years, rather than how much you make Fostering work relationships that will last Useful Links:
    Enjoying The Show? Leave A Rating And Review HERE
    FiP Question Submission
    FiP Amazon Link
    Athletic Greens
    Spark Foldable Standing Desk
    Topo Mat
    CAP Barbell 15 Pounds Kettlebell
    Tribe Resistance Band Set
    Share your story with Austin: frameworkdocumentary@gmail.com
    Guest Bio:
    Austin is a senior film student at George Fox University near Portland, Oregon. He is currently working on a documentary about finding life balance while working as a young professional in the post-production industry.
    Show Credits:
    This episode was edited by Curtis Fritsch, the show notes were prepared by Jakin Rintelman, and this show is executive produced by Kanen Flowers. We are a member of the THAT STUDIO podcast network.
    The music in the opening and closing of the show is courtesy of Dorian Cheah from his brilliant album ARA.

    • 1h 14 min
    Ep114: What Every College Student (and Recent Grad) Needs to Know About 'Making It' In Hollywood, pt1

    Ep114: What Every College Student (and Recent Grad) Needs to Know About 'Making It' In Hollywood, pt1

    Let’s be honest...many of the poor habits that we have living in front of our computers did not materialize overnight. Instead they formed very slowly over years and years, and most likely many of the bad habits that you carry with you today started way back in college, or when you were a recent graduate killing yourself trying to “make it” in the film industry.
    Recently I was approached by Austin Coburn, a current student at George Fox University in Oregon, because unlike many college students who spend endless all-nighters getting their projects done fueled by Red Bull and fast food, Austin realized at an early age how detrimental neglecting his health was to his creativity. He was so intrigued by this concept he decided to take it upon himself to direct a documentary film about seeking some form of work-life balance in the world of filmmaking and post-production. Because he was an avid listener of this podcast, he reached out to me to be an interview subject for the film, and I found his questions and his perspective so engaging I wanted to invite him to be a guest on this show to share the student’s point of view, one I don’t get to share too often on this show.
    This episode is part one of a two part conversation where the first part is me doing the interviewing, but then in part two the roles are reversed and I become the interviewee.
    If you’re interested in learning how to combat the stress of being a student or graduate at an early age and not letting your bad habits get the best of you later in life, this two part interview is the place to start.
    If you'd like to share any horror stories or experiences about being a student, please feel free to reach out to Austin at frameworkdocumentary@gmail.com
    Show Sponsor:
    G-Technology
    Topics of Conversation:
    What led Austin to produce a documentary on post-production wellness The overlooked health of college film students How students view the demands of the industry Balancing a career and family life The dangers of valuing time over talent Learning to develop good working habits  How to stop viewing yourself as a machine Breaking the hold of late night fast food runs on your diet Learning to say no (and not loathe yourself in the process) Dealing with information overload and focusing on improving a few skills at a time Useful Links:
    Enjoying The Show? Leave A Rating And Review HERE
    FiP Question Submission
    FiP Amazon Link
    Athletic Greens
    Ep81: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less (And Learning How to Say No)
    Share your story with Austin: frameworkdocumentary@gmail.com
    Guest Bio:
    Austin is a senior film student at George Fox University near Portland, Oregon. He is currently working on a documentary about finding life balance while working as a young professional in the post-production industry.
    Show Credits:
    This episode was edited by Curtis Fritsch, the show notes were prepared by Jakin Rintelman, and this show is executive produced by Kanen Flowers. We are a member of the THAT STUDIO podcast network.
    The music in the opening and closing of the show is courtesy of Dorian Cheah from his brilliant album ARA.

    • 36 min

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