Summary: Dan Weber and Nick Stutzman discuss fitness, nutrition, and health with various guests. They introduce you to new workouts, exercises, diets, and experts to help you on your fitness journey.
Nick & Dan learned there's more to Strongman than lifting big weights. From dancing to bodybuilding, to Strongman competitor (looking to go Pro), trainer, and now studying to become massage therapist - she's had quite the journey and is still going strong. Press play to hear about her passions in Strongman, her training philosophies, and how she practices positivity and self-confidence for her athletes to grow mentally as well.
Had the pleasure of sitting down with Barre Centric co-owner, Rachael Jarosz. With an extensive dancing background, Rachael brought the energy and zest you'd expect from a Barre instructor and entrepreneur, describing how her and her partner Gia fell in love with barre in other cities and knew they had to bring it to Buffalo for others to enjoy. Play this podcast, meet Rachael and find out what a barre centric class can do for your fitness!
We had the pleasure of sitting down and talking to the incomparable Dr. Jacob Harden, Doctor of Chiropractic and creator of Prehab 101 - an education company to help spread evidence based information on injury risk reduction and management. We discuss the seminar, autoregulation in training, and becoming a social media fitness influencer. We really think you'll enjoy this one and are looking forward to talking with him again, take a listen!
Dr. Monica Harden is a practicing chiropractor, competitive powerlifter, and instructor for Prehab 101, a preventive physical therapy designed to optimize movement and physical strength while reducing the risk of injury and pain. In this episode, Monica shares her personal journey from athlete, to student, to injured doctor turned powerlifter, and now a mother and entrepreneur. Give it a listen, then let us know what you think of this amazing guest by interacting with us on social media!
Buti Yoga. We had never heard of this practice before but, for the sake of the podcast, we decided to take a class anyway. In this episode we meet Megan Castlevetere, owner of Raw Renewal Yoga, to discuss our experience at the class as well as the philosophy behind Yoga, and the Buti practice specifically. Get your throat chakras ready with a couple of asanas then take a listen! If you want to learn more about Megan and her studio follow @mcastlevetere and @RawRenewalYoga on Instagram.
From division I student athlete, to strength and conditioning and functional range conditioning, Jordan Marwin is a Viking man with myriad of fitness knowledge. Marwin has a philosophy called "Degree of Killability" which he describes as, "will this habit increase or decrease my likelihood? More importantly, what will be the return of investment in longevity?" And essentially "do whatever you can to become harder to kill." Listen today! Find Jordan on IG @campjordancscs
Free Soul's tagline is "motivation in motion." And so Nick and Dan set out to meet the person behind the Free Soul philosophy, Owner Kara Mann. Taking a class, the guys got to explore why dance is solid choice for those looking to try something different for their fitness needs, and that even if you aren't a great dancer - you can still be successful at this experience. Want to follow Kara and learn more about her studio? Visit her website at freesouldance.com or follow her on Instagram @kmdancer2
Dan and Nick had the opportunity to learn about Powerlifting training and competitions from New York State Record Holder Riki Napiorkowski. In this episode we cover how she got started on her fitness journey, what led her to powerlifting, how she trains and prepares for competitions, her diet, some of her favorite tools and foods, and the ethics of steroid users attempting to compete with natural lifters... among other things!
One aspect of being fit is working on your nutrition, regardless of your level of activity. Nick and Dan sat down with Stevie Lyn Smith, a Registered Dietitian and Ironman competitor. She discusses the intricacies of dieting from a RD perspective, and how to discover what foods are good for you to compete at a high level, such as a grueling competition like the Ironman. You can follow Stevie on Instagram @StevieLynLyn. Visit https://herofitpodcast.com for more information!
Nick and Dan stop by the Chautauqua Health & Fitness gym in Dunkirk, NY to talk with Co-Owner and Personal Trainer, Greg Craft about owning a gym, discovering what motivates the members who sign up for personal training, and more. Greg has a degree in Sport Management/Exercise Science and utilizes that knowledge to give his members the best experience possible. Give this episode a listen, and gain a little insight about what makes you tick at the gym!
In this episode, Nick and Dan interviewed Dr. Kelsey Fink, owner of Muscle Up PT in Rochester, NY. In getting know Dr. Fink, the guys learned how a former college athlete got into Physical Therapy as a career and at the same time became a Crossfit, Powerlifting and Bodybuilding competitor. Take a listen to the podcast, we know you'll enjoy the conversation! Check out Dr. Fink at: https://www.muscleuppt.com/ http://www.instagram.com/muscleup_pt http://www.facebook.com/MuscleUpPhysicalTherapy/
In this episode we sit down with Anna Alvarado, a certified personal trainer and Precision Nutrition certified nutritional consultant, after she put Dan through an initial training assessment. Aside from the physical aspect of training and how the body works we get into the psychology of fitness and diet. You can follow Anna on Instagram at @anna_mercedes (https://www.instagram.com/anna_mercedes/).
Nick and Dan's Full Interview with Britannia Leo. Discussing everything from Spinning Classes to new ventures, and all that's in-between. Take a listen!
We take a spin class and talk about what it was like. Then we talk to our guest and teacher Britannia Leo about her journey and the health benefits of spinning. We know you'll enjoy it!