Tony Gentilcore on Training, Entrepreneurship, and 90’s Hip-Hop

Tony Gentilcore was one of the co-founders of Cressey Sports Performance and worked there as a coach from 2007-2015. He now runs his own studio in Boston called CORE where he trains athletes and general population clients from all walks of life.

In this show, Tony and I talk about how he programs for the general population, what Bloop Bloop Bloop workouts are, and why you don’t have to open a gym to be considered a legit trainer or coach.

This is a fun and energetic show, and I really think you’re going to enjoy it.

 

Show Notes

Here’s a brief overview of this week’s show:

  • Show Intro
    • Great weekend!
    • Moving to 4 days in the Trenches
    • New Video ==> Build Those Glutes with the Offset Split-Squat
    • Another great month for the podcast – THANK YOU!
      • Upcoming with Dr. Stuart McGill, Loren Landow, Ramsey Nijem, Rachel Balkovec, and THE Eric Cressey
    • Complete Coach Certification recording is THIS WEEKEND – Yikes!
  • Deep Thought: Rebuilding the Foundation
    • The value in going back and rehashing old stuff to see if it’s still relevant
    • Has your model evolved?
    • Has your interpretation evolved?
  • Interview with Tony
    • What’s new with Tony since the last time we chatted.
    • His athletic background, and why his baseball career made for a seamless transition to working at Cressey Sports Performance.
    • What it was like transitioning from training athletes to the gen pop.
    • The differences between being an employee, and being an entrepreneur.
    • Why he totally flipped the script and decided to open a gym (even after he swore he wouldn’t!)
    • Tony’s unique business model, and why it’s worked so well for him.
    • The advice he would give to both a young coach, as well as a young entrepreneur.
    • An extended lightning round where we talk training, business ownership, training goals, 90’s hip-hop, Star Wars, and what’s next for Tony G.

 

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