In this episode, we celebrate Iron University’s birthday! The podcast is officially one year old! In this episode, we cover the story and how the idea of the podcast was born. We also go through the most downloaded episodes and their topics: how to use reflection to push past plateaus. how immersion equals success, how to make friends at the gym, and how everyone is wrong about motivation. We are looking forward to another year of helping you grow!
Featuring guest, Rebecca Camire (NTP) from Refreshed Nutrition. Rebecca is a certified nutritional therapy practitioner, blogger, cook, and one of the most passionate people I know when it comes to healthy eating. This episode covers reading nutritional labels, micronutrients, clean eating, common questions, mindset, and her own philosophy on healthy eating.
This episode features guest, Matt Harmon from Yahoo Sports, reception perception and Backyard Banter. Putting aside Matt’s many accomplishments in the fantasy football world, Matt has an incredible story of how he has lost over a hundred pounds.
On this episode, we covered how a learning process known as Bloom’s Taxonomy can make or break your New Year's resolution. Discover the six step process that will make 2019 your best year ever.
Episode featuring, Matt Bracegirdle, cohost of the Fit Men Movement podcast and certified Insanity instructor. Topics covered include: home workouts, the power of an online community, building confidence, and goal setting.
Topics of this episode include: plateauing, eating more calories, the consequences of not consuming enough protein, the importances of drinking water, and learning to reward yourself.
Episode featuring, Mike Witham, champion Men’s Physique bodybuilding competitor and creator of Fitness Diaries. Topics we discuss include: how fitness saved his life, the power of consistency and momentum in both life and fitness, achieving patience and balance, and how communication can improve your health.
Discover three tools for under $50 total that can be used as fundamental learning resources to help achieve a healthier lifestyle.
Being able retrace your steps to understand “how” you made a decision can be key to making reoccurring positive choices. Learn concepts from a great book called, “Decision Making for Educational Leader” by Johnson Jr. and Kruse.
What if one conversation could change the way you perceive the gym? This episode uncovers the steps to take to make the gym seem like a not so scary place and how inspiration is all around you if you look hard enough.
The first Q&A episode of the podcast! Topics include: treating/rewarding yourself, alcohol and weight loss, nutrition for recovery, and eating healthy without the support of a partner.
Motivation has gotten a bad reputation lately. Should we even still use it? What about discipline? Where does that come into play? Find out more on this episode.
You can't listen to 5 people at the same time who share different philosophies and expect to learn effectively. So why are you listening to numerous people about multiple topics with being healthy? Focusing on one topic, one person, one concept, can become life altering when you learn to do it properly. Get ready to learn more about immersion.
Feel like you are constantly dieting and never seeing results? The problem could be with what you did before you even started the diet! Here are 3 steps to take before you start a diet.
Ever read something on exercising and eating healthy, but the information just didn’t seem to stick? Discover this unique approach to reading that will greatly increase your knowledge and help build a new foundation of knowledge.
This is the first episode of the Iron University podcast. In this episode we dive into what is missing from the fitness industry (hint: it's learning) and how reflection plays a critical role for weight loss.