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EP 79 – Track & Field with Janine Kuestner

April 24, 2017 by in category Podcast

We had a new guest with a whole new sport to be introduced to the show – throwing!  Janine Kuestner is a personal trainer, throws coach, and thrower. She has spent time coaching at the City College of New York, Walsh University in Ohio, Hillsdale College in Michigan, and now is coaching part time at […]

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EP 78 – Evangelicalism, The New Theological Liberalism

April 17, 2017 by in category Podcast

So, I have a thesis: Evangelicalism is the new Liberalism. Now that’s a pretty bold statement, so we need to define terms, examine the situation, and determine if I’m right?   Defining the Terms:   Evangelicalism This is difficult to define precisely. We can start by saying what it’s not: Not the Lutherans in Germany […]

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EP 77 – Clinical Athlete with Dr. Henoch

April 10, 2017 by in category Podcast

This bio can be found along with Dr. Henoch’s articles and videos here. Quinn Henoch has a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Indianapolis and is head of sports rehabilitation for JuggernautHQ in Orange County, CA. He is also the founder of ClinicalAthlete, which is a network of health care professionals who understand […]

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EP 76 – Reactive Training Method with Mike Tuscherer

April 3, 2017 by in category Podcast

Mike Tuchsherer’s BIO – Attended the United States Air Force Academy and started competing in powerlifting in 1997. An old list of achievements of Mike include: Mike became a State record holder in Indiana and Kentucky when he was still a Sophomore in High School Mike graduated from competing at the College level to the […]

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EP 75 – PowerPastor’s Comp Review

March 28, 2017 by in category Podcast

PowerPastor rocked it at his fourth powerlifting competition last weekend! He beat his expectations for his overall numbers and he’s here to tell you what went right and what he’ll tweak for his next competition. Check out this episode!

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EP 74 – JTS Made This Video…

March 20, 2017 by in category Podcast

Juggernaut Training Systems made this timely video that we are discussing in today’s episode! The basic overall points to the episode outline are these: Sign up…don’t keep waitinga. powerliftingwatch.com What to expect Check-in Federation membership Equipment check Belt Sleeves/wraps Wrist wraps T-Shirt Singlet Find your rack heights (everett takes crappy notes) Squat, bench – if […]

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EP 73 – Stronger with Science feat. Greg Nuckols

March 13, 2017 by in category Podcast

Really excited to have with us Greg Nuckols – creator the fantastic research-based website – Stronger By Science He is somewhat of a mentor for both Everett and Dave and he is here to share his story and to get into the weeds regarding the strength sports. Some of the questions we went over include […]

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EP 72 – Half-Marathon and Taxes

March 6, 2017 by in category Podcast

Toney ran a half marathon in 2 hours and 22 minutes and we got to talk about how CF training actually helped him have such a terrific time in the race. He provided a few tips on his process on preparing for the race, his process for running the race using tech and different strategies […]

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EP 71 – Impromptu Ask Me Anything w/Kenric

February 27, 2017 by in category Podcast

Our last minute guest had to cancel and so we brought Kenric in for an impromptu ask me anything.  We talked about various topics – work/life balance sumo v conventional deadlifts Kenric doing strongman and powerlifting at the same time mobility work before and after lifting   We have some exciting guests and Dave will […]

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EP 70 – Equipped Powerlifting w/Don Powers

February 21, 2017 by in category Podcast

We got to chat with equipped lifter Don Powers and talk about old school equipped powerlifting. Some of the topics covered: Why did you get into equipped lifting? What are your strength numbers -best & current What are the most common injuries you see from equipped lifters and do they differ from raw powerlifters? Why […]

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