In this Podcast, host Paul Meldrum will help you become an amazing and successful PT. Through his own experience and from his incredible guests you will learn exactly how to become the best trainer you can be!
Episode 17 2021: What Are Your Minimums?
Identifying the minimum you need to do each day in your business is an under-rated strategy, when so many of us are striving to see how much we can do each day. In this episode, we identify what those minimums can be and the benefits of identifying them.
Episode 16: 1200 Calories?
In this episode, I talk about a diet trend that is being torn apart on instagram currently. A coach from Australia who has been on TV is talking about 1200 Calories being perfect for weight loss. In this episode, I discuss my thoughts and how to do it better with constructive ideas rather than vitriol.
Ep 15 2021: What You Should NOT Systemise
We all talk about systemisation. However there are a few things you should NOT systemise as a personal trainer. In this episode I talk about what that is.
Ep 14 2021: Ask Better Quality Questions
The quality of your life is dictated by the quality of your questions. Quite often (daily), I get questions about what is the best exercise for a certain condition, or the best hypertrophy exercise. In this episode, I delve into how everything is connected and how we need to look at that to get the best outcomes for our clients.
Ep 13 2021: Start How You Want to Finish
One of the most valuable things I have done in my coaching career, is teaching the details of an exercise to new clients that will help them in the future on the larger movements. In this episode I describe my approach and how it helped a client deadlift nearly 2x their bodyweight, easily exceeding their goals.
Ep 12 2021: Why Massive Action Sucks
With each new year that arrives, many people set goals in the hope they are going to be different. That this year is going to be the year they make a change.
With this many people putting forth motivational maxims about doing things like "taking massive action' or 'implementation of all they have learned' to drive them forward in their journey. It begs the question to ask, is there a better way to do this rather than making extreme statements?