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Crushing the myths and telling you the truth you need to know to get the best results of your entire life!

Ry Rant Radio Ryan Milton

    • Health & Fitness

Crushing the myths and telling you the truth you need to know to get the best results of your entire life!

    Snake Oil Influencers

    Snake Oil Influencers

    Ry Rant Radio is back and today Coach Ry is going in on the prevalence of fake fitness influencers and coaches who claim to have discovered "new exercises" or "secrets to success". Reminding you that there are no secrets or shortcuts in fitness and that the basics and fundamentals are what truly work. Ignore the fake information and focus on the proven methods to achieve your goals.Key Points:Beware of fake fitness influencers and coaches who claim to have discovered new exercises or secrets to success.There are no secrets or shortcuts in fitness - the basics and fundamentals are what truly work.Ignore the fake information and focus on the proven methods to achieve your goals.Don't fall for fear-mongering tactics or marketing strategies that try to convince you that you're doing things wrong.Time Stamps:00:00 - The Prevalence of Fake Fitness Influencers and Coaches03:20 - The Industry's Focus on Selling06:42 - There Are No Secrets or Shortcuts in Fitness09:05 - Ignore the Fake Information and Stick to Proven Methods

    • 11 min
    Is your gym making you weak?

    Is your gym making you weak?

    In today’s episode, Coach Ry is calling out gyms like Planet Fitness and doubling down on the importance of finding the right training environment. He believes that serious athletes should train in gyms that cater to their needs, rather than settling for convenient or cheap options. Coach Ry suggests investing in your health and wellness by choosing a gym that supports your goals and provides the necessary equipment and atmosphere for success.

    • 8 min
    Anyone Can Compete in Bodybuilding

    Anyone Can Compete in Bodybuilding

    Coach Ry rants about the negative comments and criticism that competitors at bodybuilding shows receive on social media. He emphasizes that bodybuilding is an individual journey and that anyone should be able to compete regardless of their physique. He argues that the judgment and negativity from others can discourage people from participating in the sport and ultimately hurt the bodybuilding community as a whole.Key points:Bodybuilding is an individual journey and should be focused on personal growth and improvement.Anyone should be able to compete in bodybuilding regardless of their physique.Negative comments and criticism discourage people from participating in the sport and can harm the bodybuilding community.Support and encouragement should be the focus in the bodybuilding community.Chapters00:00 Intro04:20 The Importance of Competitors Showing Up09:49 The Future of Bodybuilding

    • 13 min
    F*ck Your Fitness Tracker

    F*ck Your Fitness Tracker

    In this episode of Ry Rant Radio, Coach Ry discusses the negative impact of fitness trackers on achieving goals. He emphasizes that relying on technology to track progress takes away from understanding what it actually takes to achieve goals. Coach Ry suggests to remove your fitness tracker for seven days and see the positive impact it has on your overall well-being. He believes that getting rid of these trackers eliminates unnecessary stress and allows individuals to focus on how they feel rather than relying on metrics.

    • 7 min
    The Slammer

    The Slammer

    In today’s episode, Coach Ry shares an incident that happened to him at the gym where a woman rudely criticized him for dropping weights too loudly and gave him the nickname “The Slammer”. He talks about how this type of comment could affect some people emotionally and even discourage them from going to the gym. Coach Ry emphasizes that the gym is a community place where everyone has their own goals and purpose, and it is not the place for unsolicited and rude opinions. He announces that in honor of the woman from his gym, he has created t-shirts with the nickname 'The Slammer' and plans to give them away free to send a message to those who discourage others in the gym.⬇️ Click here for your chance to win a free “The Slammer” shirt ⬇️https://team-fflex.ck.page/slammer ⬇️ FREE 7 DAY TRIAL⬇️ https://www.teamfflex.com/7daytrial⬇️ Take My Free Division Quiz ⬇️https://www.teamfflex.com/femaledivisionquiz⬇️ Find the BEST program for YOU!⬇️ https://www.teamfflex.com/⬇️ Get Your Physique Assessment ⬇️https://www.teamfflex.com/physique

    • 13 min
    If you want to skip the gym, listen to this first

    If you want to skip the gym, listen to this first

    In this episode, Coach Ry emphasizes the importance of not skipping the gym and how it relates to achieving goals in life. Highlighting the fact that we only have one life and one chance to achieve our goals, and skipping the gym is equivalent to skipping out on our goals and potential.  He also warns that skipping the gym can lead to a mindset of complacency and can hinder our progress. He urges listeners to prioritize their goals and treat going to the gym as a non-negotiable part of their lives.Key Points:You only have one life and one chance to achieve your goals.Skipping the gym is equivalent to skipping out on your goals and potential.Breaking discipline and skipping the gym can lead to a slippery slope of further breaks and complacency.Treat going to the gym as a non-negotiable part of your life and prioritize your goals.Time Stamps:00:00 - Intro01:27 - Utilizing Your Life to Achieve Goals03:13 - Skipping the Gym = Skipping Your Goals04:13 - The Slippery Slope of Skipping05:17 - Breaking Discipline Leads to More Breaks06:37 - Never Regretting Missed Opportunities07:06 - The Gym as a Vital Part of Life

    • 10 min

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