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Wil Fleming Interview

Note from MR: Wil Fleming is a guy I’ve become close with in recent years, and beyond having great hair, he’s also an awesome guy to chat with. The guy owns a successful business, coaches high-level athletes, and is an Olympic lifter himself. In this post we’ll discuss training, coaching, and everything in between . […]

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Interview with Eric Cressey

Eric Cressey is not only one of the brightest minds in our industry, but also someone I call a good friend. I’m really excited to wrap up “Athletic Development” month here at RTS with an interview with EC, focusing on his target niche, baseball. Enjoy!

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Interview with Grant Gardis

Grant “Rufus” Gardis is a guy I’ve been lucky enough to know for the last 5 or 6 years, and I’ve got to admit, he may be one of the sharpest coaches you haven’t heard of. The guy is just a wealth of coaching knowledge, and it’s an honor to chat with him here today. […]

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Interview with Dave Tenney

Dave, thanks for taking the time to be with us here today. Could you start by telling us a little bit about yourself and your current position? Thanks for allowing me the opportunity Mike! I am currently the Sports Science & Performance Manager for the Seattle Sounders FC of MLS. This is a new job […]

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Interview with Alan Stein

Alan, thanks for taking the time to be with us here today. Could you start by telling us a little bit about yourself and your current position? My pleasure. It’s always an honor to share my journey! I am a father, husband, coach and business owner / entrepreneur (in that order). I am currently the […]

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Interview with Joe Kenn

Joe thanks for taking the time to be with us here today. Could you start by telling us a little bit about yourself and your current position? I have been a strength and conditioning professional for 25 years. My wife has been with me every step of the way and she is the biggest reason […]

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Athlete Q&A with MR

In my newsletter a few weeks back, I asked my readers one simple question: What are you struggling with? Or what do you want to know more about? And while I wasn’t sure I could pull it off, I answered every single one of the e-mails. And trust me, there were a ton! These questions […]

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Interview with Jonathan Goodman

Jon, thanks for taking the time to be with us here today. Could you start by telling us a little bit about yourself? Oh hey brah, thanks for asking. Originally a personal trainer, I wrote a book called Ignite the Fire and started a website called the Personal Trainer Development Center (the PTDC). My career […]

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Random Q&A

“You can’t be afraid to answer the tough questions.” – Jim Rohn This past week I’ve done a bunch of traveling, and as such have had a bunch of time for reflection and thinking. It’s no coincidence, I’ve been asked some incredibly tough questions as well. While this post probably isn’t going to take your […]

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Bulletproof Athlete – First Place Winner

Mike, thanks for taking the time to be with us here today. Could you start by telling us a little bit about yourself? I am 26 years old.  I am married to my wonderful wife Kate.  I just recently moved from Connecticut to North Carolina, where I am currently working as a Coach/Trainer at Capital […]

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Bulletproof Athlete – Second Place Winner

Will, thanks for taking the time to be with us here today. Could you start by telling us a little bit about yourself? My name is Will, I’m 30 years old and I live in Southern California.  I’m sort of a classic weekend-warrior/desk-jockey in that I work in web-development and have to spend a lot […]

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Bulletproof Athlete – Third Place Winner

Anna, thanks for taking the time to be with us here today. Could you start by telling us a little bit about yourself? Hi, my name is Anna. I am 34 years old. I enjoy working out, riding my bike, and hiking. I am in the field of physical therapy and enjoy rehabilitating athletes. I […]

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Q&A: Power Development

Last week I had the honor of doing a podcast with Greg Everett and Robb Wolf, and there was a question that came up about power development. I’m going to paraphrase a bit here, and then we’ll get into the meat of the post: Eric Cressey doesn’t feel as though there’s much carryover between the […]

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YOUR Deadlift Questions Answered!

This past week, I asked a very simple question on both my standard Facebook page, as well as my Fan Page: “I’m writing an article on the differences between trap bar, sumo and conventional deadlifts. What questions do you guys have about these lifts?”

The response was overwhelming, and not everything fit into the article. However, I didn’t want to leave you guys hanging. So if you asked a question, I’m going to answer it right here. Enjoy!

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Joel Jamieson Interview

The great content for the week continues! Today, I got to spend some time interview Joel Jamieson. Joel is not only one of the smartest coaches I’ve ever met, but he’s learned from everyone and continues to evolve. I really think you’re going to enjoy this interview!

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