In this episode, Stuart welcomes on Gregg Slater to discuss the new level 2, level 3 and applied LTB certification.
In this episode, Stuart welcomes on LTB member Eric Wylie. They discuss:
In this episode, Stuart chats to Neil Donald from the Scottish Institute of Sport.
Neil's Contact Email - email@example.com
Michael is one of the founders of Business for Unicorns, which provides coaching, education and support to business owners. In this episode Stuart and Michael Discuss:
A slightly different episode than normal for the podcast. Stuart chats to Mike MacDonald about the topic of self-delusion and cognitive bias and what personal trainers can learn from this.
In this episode, we welcome on Gar Benn.
In this short episode, Stuart covers common coaching mistakes, cueing and technique for the deadlift.
Great to welcome back Cathy MacDonald to the show! We cover some simple tips for improving your listening skills and then deep dive into how you can go about changing a client's mind.
Fantastic to welcome on Steve Bridgeman. We discuss:
In this episode, Stuart chats to Jerome from The Performance Project.
In this episode with Ed Morris, topics covered include:
For episode 100 of the LTB Podcast, we welcome on Chris Burgess. This episode was recorded live and can be watched here
In this episode, Stuart chats to Tony Cottenden about how has found the last year since he was last on the podcast. We chat about:
This is a follow-up to #78 where Stuart and Alex discuss the more in-depth uses of Motivational Interviewing when working with personal training clients.
Second time on the show for Will Levy from Melbourne Strength and Conditioning. We cover improvements he’s made to MSC in the last year, whether or not he would advise trainers to open their own facility, how to give clients the red carpet treatment and why they still use a very different training model than what is normally seen for introducing new clients into their gym.
In today's episode, we welcome on Julie Dirksen from Usable Learning to speak about how to educate our clients, how we can create better learning experiences, how advancements in behaviour change research can help trainers help their clients as well as a whole host of other topics. This was a fantastic interview with someone who isn't involved in the fitness industry but who's research and line of work compliments what personal trainers do.
In this short episode, Stuart runs through 7 common mistakes we personal trainers make when coaching the squat.
In this episode, we welcome on Luka Hocevar from Vigor Ground Fitness in Seattle and Vigor Move & Live in Slovenia. This is an interview that covers a broad spectrum of topics including - why your personal training sessions are your marketing, how to action what you learn, how to deal with setbacks and treating life like a game.
You know how you sometimes think "damn, this client is just so lazy and such a pain in the ass!"? That plus a huge amount more is what we get into in today's episode with Coach Stevo from Habitry.
Book recommendation - The Reflective Practitioner
In this episode, we welcome on Travis Pollen from fitnesspollenator.com
We cover whether or not there are "good" and "bad" exercises, as well as how to do initial assessments with personal training clients.
Link to the inland fitness conference
Link to LTB Website
In this short episode, Stuart discusses steps you can take to avoid burnout.
In this episode, we chat to Nate Green.
Stuart welcomes on Carla Robertson to discuss how Carla manages her business & family life. Topics covered:
In this episode, Stuart goes into some under-appreciated skills needed to be an effective personal trainer.