InnerFight's Marcus Smith is a high performance coach that gets results. In his podcast he talks performance with a range of people. From some of the worlds leading health and fitness gurus to those searching to get more out of their life.
Better movement and better music with Simon Jones and Kobi Bates
The objective of fitness coaches should always be to help people move better and live better lives. This week we are joined by 2 InnerFight coaches Kobi and Simon. We chat all things from Kobi wanting to be a fireman to Simon going to the UK for university but actually opening a gym!These guys teach mainline classes here at InnerFight as well as the speciality programs we talk about in the show.Connect with Simon on email@example.comConnect with Kobi on firstname.lastname@example.org
Not everything is black and white with Paul Jones
Do you have thoughts and ideas about things that you do or do not write down? Do you see things and think of words that go with them either in the moment or at a later stage? The answer is most probably "yes"....you are human after all.Paul Jones is also a human and goes through similar things to you. Paul however chooses to share some of these thoughts, ideas and pictures on his blog and in 2021 he had a series of these blog posts put together in a book. A book that will ask you questions, inspire you and help you live an incredibly full life.You can check out Pauls book right hereConnect with Paul here on InstagramRead Pauls blog hereCheck out Pauls podcast here
22 thoughts for 2022
Welcome to the first show of 2022 and what better way to kick it off than with 22 thoughts for 2022.Some you may like, others you may love, some you may hate but they may be the key for you in 2022. Any which way once you are done listening get out your pen and paper and make your own list and share them with us!All the best for 2022!
Health first macros last with Faisal Al Shawa
Food quality has been neglected in recent times in favor of illogically calculated macro nutrient breakdowns and the misconception that being hungry for long periods of time is a good way to live. This weeks guest Faisal Alshawa is the founder of Believe Nutrition, an AI based tech platform to help people across the MENA region lose weight without dieting. For the past 7 years, he has been working in the field of sports nutrition. Initially he started off as a performance nutritionist for the u23, u19, and u17 Qatar National Football teams and then eventually started Believe Nutrition. Professional, world-class athletes apply discipline, passion and commitment. The expertise he has mastered from working with them forms the basis of how he works with people in transforming their exhaustion to vitality.Connect with Faisal:https://believenutrition.nethttps://www.instagram.com/believenutrition/
Iten - The Home of Champions
Why are they so dominant? What's the secret? What are they doing that no one else is? These are some of the most common questions around some of the top performers in any sport or industry around the world. If you run or like sport you have probably heard of Kenyans in running and their pure dominance. Having run since childhood I certainly had and was always in awe of what they could do. I would watch them with intent. I had read books, spoken to people, even ran an ultra in Kenya in 2019. However after a conversation with Shane Benzie in 2020 I made a decision I would go to the home of running....Iten.November 2021 Tom, Rob and I did that. In this show I try and share some key points. The reflection and learning will last a long time still and we will return.Enjoy the show!MarcusRead more about it here:Running with the KenyansThe Lost Art of RunningTom's articleMy write up
Why make excuses when you can make moves with Zion Clark
Zion Clark was born on September 29, 1997 in Columbus, OH with a rare condition, Caudal Regression Syndrome...born with no legs, and due to his birth mother's inability to care for him, Zion was immediately thrust into the foster care system. Thus, his journey to find a permanent home and a someone to call "mom" began.Over the course of the next 16 years Zion moved numerous times and found himself in a variety of circumstances and environments...many of them unfavorable. There were situations when Zion was mentally abused, physically bullied, and underfed...but he remained optimistic (faith in God). Being physically different from others didn't help, but Zion used a positive mindset, gracious demeanor, and diligent study habits to make friends and excel academically. Zion was introduced to the sport of wrestling while in elementary school, but initially didn't fare very well...in fact, he didn't win a match for several years. Upon entering Massillon High School, Zion met Coach Gil Donahue who recognized his passion for the sport and relentless work ethic. A wonderful friendship and bond was forged. Over the next 3 years Zion improved his wrestling technique and hit the weight room like a man possessed. An amazing transformation followed! Part of this miraculous course of events included Zion being adopted by a woman who had been praying for a son for years! In dramatic fashion, the process was completed only within days before Zion was officially scheduled to be legally aged-out (no chance of adoption). Connect with Zion:https://zionclark.com/https://www.instagram.com/big_z_2020/
Listen to a number of podcasts but this is the one I always listen to first when a new episode comes out. Incredibly informative with great advice and interviews. Definitely worth a listen.
Great podcast, very easy to understand and follow. Very informative and motivating too
Would recommend This podcast to anyone looking to improve in their fitness or in any area of their life. The guests are varied and interesting on the Innerfight talks. The information for training is cutting edge and pitched at all levels.