Profound Fitness Transistor (https://transistor.fm) https://feeds.transistor.fm/profound-fitness-podcast Exercise, nutrition, health and wellbeing topics from the very basics to beyond. The Profound Fitness Podcast features coaches Mike Wilson & Byron Johnston plus guest speakers. It covers not only the basics of how to use gym based exercise, but also nutritional tips and much more. The Profound podcast also provides an insight into the latest reports by the media on health and wellbeing tips and whether they are indeed as useful or harmful as they sometimes claim to be. Mike & Byron will be keeping you informed and helping you sift through the confusion behind what the best kinds of exercise and health choices are that you can be doing, to stay healthy and get in great shape now and into your later years. From don't go! to Gym Pro. We'll talk you through the step-by-step process to learning what works and what to avoid in amongst the health space. Profound Fitness is a private gym, based in Mayford Surrey U.K. This podcast is intended to help serve and inform our local community as well as provide information to all those interested in health topics from around the world. We welcome questions emailed into the show. Copyright Profound Fitness no en Sun, 02 May 2021 19:00:00 +0100 Wed, 21 Jul 2021 22:40:03 +0100 http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk https://images.transistor.fm/file/transistor/images/show/3327/full_1563995768-artwork.jpg Profound Fitness http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk Profound Fitness Podcast Exercise, nutrition, health and wellbeing topics from the very basics to beyond. The Profound Fitness Podcast features coaches Mike Wilson & Byron Johnston plus guest speakers. It covers not only the basics of how to use gym based exercise, but also nutritional tips and much more. The Profound podcast also provides an insight into the latest reports by the media on health and wellbeing tips and whether they are indeed as useful or harmful as they sometimes claim to be. Mike & Byron will be keeping you informed and helping you sift through the confusion behind what the best kinds of exercise and health choices are that you can be doing, to stay healthy and get in great shape now and into your later years. From don't go! to Gym Pro. We'll talk you through the step-by-step process to learning what works and what to avoid in amongst the health space. Profound Fitness is a private gym, based in Mayford Surrey U.K. This podcast is intended to help serve and inform our local community as well as provide information to all those interested in health topics from around the world. We welcome questions emailed into the show. No No episodic Profound Fitness Podcast Exercise, nutrition, health and wellbeing topics from the very basics to beyond. The Profound Fitness Podcast features coaches Mike Wilson & Byron Johnston plus guest speakers. It covers not only the basics of how to use gym based exercise, but also nutritional tips and much more. The Profound podcast also provides an insight into the latest reports by the media on health and wellbeing tips and whether they are indeed as useful or harmful as they sometimes claim to be. Mike & Byron will be keeping you informed and helping you sift through the confusion behind what the best kinds of exercise and health choices are that you can be doing, to stay healthy and get in great shape now and into your later years. From don't go! to Gym Pro. We'll talk you through the step-by-step process to learning what works and what to avoid in amongst the health space. Profound Fitness is a private gym, based in Mayford Surrey U.K. This podcast is intended to help serve and inform our local community as well as provide information to all those interested in health topics from around the world. We welcome questions emailed into the show. Exercise, nutrition, health and wellbeing topics from the very basics to beyond. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, Mike Wilson train@profoundfitness.co.uk No No No The Health Benefits of Coffee 62 The Health Benefits of Coffee full No No a6c5cec2-8e5e-4f71-9a10-d6e1ab29ede5 https://share.transistor.fm/s/9efd0710 Get ready for everything you need to know about the healthy aspect of coffee.
Not just a guilty treat, the right beans at the right time can yield some very impressive nutritional/health benefits, as well as being a great drink with which to catch up with friends over.

Alex Higham & Alex Manos of Exhale Healthy Coffee company join us on this edition of the podcast.

Alex (Manos) - goes into detail about the research behind healthy coffee and Alex (Higham) explains the company's history, vision and role in sustainability.

Want to try Exhale Coffee??

use code: profound40

For your exclusive 40% discount! on your first order + free delivery.


https://exhalecoffee.com/

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




]]>
Get ready for everything you need to know about the healthy aspect of coffee.
Not just a guilty treat, the right beans at the right time can yield some very impressive nutritional/health benefits, as well as being a great drink with which to catch up with friends over.

Alex Higham & Alex Manos of Exhale Healthy Coffee company join us on this edition of the podcast.

Alex (Manos) - goes into detail about the research behind healthy coffee and Alex (Higham) explains the company's history, vision and role in sustainability.

Want to try Exhale Coffee??

use code: profound40

For your exclusive 40% discount! on your first order + free delivery.


https://exhalecoffee.com/

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




]]>
Sun, 02 May 2021 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 3024 Get ready for everything you need to know about the healthy aspect of coffee. Alex Higham & Alex Manos of Exhale Healthy Coffee company join us on this edition of the podcast. Get ready for everything you need to know about the healthy aspect of coffee. Alex Higham & Alex Manos of Exhale Healthy Coffee company join us on this edition of the podcast. coffee, healthy coffee, antioxidants, free radicals, coffee beans, exhale healthy coffee, alex manos, caffeine, alex higham, No No
Exercise: Before, During and After Pregnancy w Dori Szentivanyi 61 Exercise: Before, During and After Pregnancy w Dori Szentivanyi full No No 8751c75a-3544-4154-8b74-77f31dd92d32 https://share.transistor.fm/s/0647a2f4 In this episode Dori joins us to walk us through guidance for women that are thinking about getting pregnant and making decisions about exercise to get into the healthiest position they can with their bodies before conceiving.

Dori gives us excellent information on many of the conditions that can arise during a pregnancy and discusses in detail how to manage those conditions and the role of physical activity during pregnancy as well as some useful thoughts on nutrition during pregnancy.


We discuss postpartum conditions that are often fairly frequent but less spoken about such as urinary incontinence as well as going to some of the more common topics of lower back pain during pregnancy and pelvic floor issues as well as separation of the abdominal wall.

Dori can be contacted at: https://funmumsfitness.co.uk/


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




]]>
In this episode Dori joins us to walk us through guidance for women that are thinking about getting pregnant and making decisions about exercise to get into the healthiest position they can with their bodies before conceiving.

Dori gives us excellent information on many of the conditions that can arise during a pregnancy and discusses in detail how to manage those conditions and the role of physical activity during pregnancy as well as some useful thoughts on nutrition during pregnancy.


We discuss postpartum conditions that are often fairly frequent but less spoken about such as urinary incontinence as well as going to some of the more common topics of lower back pain during pregnancy and pelvic floor issues as well as separation of the abdominal wall.

Dori can be contacted at: https://funmumsfitness.co.uk/


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




]]>
Sun, 14 Mar 2021 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 3626 In this episode of the podcast we chat with Dori from Fun Mums Fitness, she is a PT that specialises in one to one personal training and classes for expecting mums as well as those who have just recently given birth In this episode of the podcast we chat with Dori from Fun Mums Fitness, she is a PT that specialises in one to one personal training and classes for expecting mums as well as those who have just recently given birth pre natal, ante natal exercise, pregnancy exercise, diastasis recti, pelvic floor No No
Coming Back Strong from Chronic Illness w Harry Makawa 60 Coming Back Strong from Chronic Illness w Harry Makawa full No No d8d99aa7-5b10-4fc4-a4f9-f69a3976ff08 https://share.transistor.fm/s/70ff4434 This week Mike and Byron interview Harry Makawa about his journey into sports and early age and uncovering that he had chronic illness. At the time of interview Harry is little over 20 days post liver transplant surgery and in this remarkable interview we talk about the role of health and physical activity and his approach to managing his mindset during his adversity with health.

Harry talks about his early years growing up in Africa and then moving over to the United Kingdom, his path to becoming a police officer which was unusual for him at the time and he describes as  more luck.

He discusses The influence the family has had on him as well as professional colleagues in the police force and in hospitals. Throughout the podcast the one thing that becomes clear is his mindset of competitiveness, humour and positivity and how that has shaped his approach to living life fully despite ongoing health issues.

He discusses in detail his ongoing chronic health problems and how he has managed them and maintained a positive mental attitude throughout.

We discussed in detail his recent surgery and his physical approach pre-surgery as well as post surgery following his liver transplant.

If you'd like to read more and see more about Harrys ongoing journey you can follow him on Instagram and Facebook at the following:

https://www.instagram.com/makawafitness/

https://www.facebook.com/gmakawa

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/


]]>
This week Mike and Byron interview Harry Makawa about his journey into sports and early age and uncovering that he had chronic illness. At the time of interview Harry is little over 20 days post liver transplant surgery and in this remarkable interview we talk about the role of health and physical activity and his approach to managing his mindset during his adversity with health.

Harry talks about his early years growing up in Africa and then moving over to the United Kingdom, his path to becoming a police officer which was unusual for him at the time and he describes as  more luck.

He discusses The influence the family has had on him as well as professional colleagues in the police force and in hospitals. Throughout the podcast the one thing that becomes clear is his mindset of competitiveness, humour and positivity and how that has shaped his approach to living life fully despite ongoing health issues.

He discusses in detail his ongoing chronic health problems and how he has managed them and maintained a positive mental attitude throughout.

We discussed in detail his recent surgery and his physical approach pre-surgery as well as post surgery following his liver transplant.

If you'd like to read more and see more about Harrys ongoing journey you can follow him on Instagram and Facebook at the following:

https://www.instagram.com/makawafitness/

https://www.facebook.com/gmakawa

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/


]]>
Sun, 28 Feb 2021 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 4750 This week Mike and Byron interview Harry Makawa about his journey into sports and early age and uncovering that he had chronic illness. At the time of interview Harry is little over 20 days post liver transplant surgery and in this remarkable interview we talk about the role of health and physical activity and his approach to managing his mindset during his adversity with health. This week Mike and Byron interview Harry Makawa about his journey into sports and early age and uncovering that he had chronic illness. At the time of interview Harry is little over 20 days post liver transplant surgery and in this remarkable interview we Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Simple Steps to Healthy Feet with Dr Colin Dombroski 59 Simple Steps to Healthy Feet with Dr Colin Dombroski full No No 0eed7c16-a20d-4271-9e5b-982bb181d7ca https://share.transistor.fm/s/23022d43 Dr Colin joins us to explain common feet conditions that can cause discomfort or pain, how they happen and managing the treatment of them.

Colin discusses the top and most frequent types of conditions that he sees at his clinic which leads to him providing treatments with patients including plantar fasciitis, osteoarthritis  and diabetes.

He discusses maintaining healthy strong flexible feet and a simple plan that can be followed on a regular basis to maintain good foot well-being.

We talk about different types of shoes both for men and women, some of them are known offenders when it comes to feet and pain! (Ladies this may come as no surprise when we discuss the section on heels)


You More about Colin's work at the following websites:

stuffaboutfeet.com 
https://www.solescience.ca/ 


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

]]>
Dr Colin joins us to explain common feet conditions that can cause discomfort or pain, how they happen and managing the treatment of them.

Colin discusses the top and most frequent types of conditions that he sees at his clinic which leads to him providing treatments with patients including plantar fasciitis, osteoarthritis  and diabetes.

He discusses maintaining healthy strong flexible feet and a simple plan that can be followed on a regular basis to maintain good foot well-being.

We talk about different types of shoes both for men and women, some of them are known offenders when it comes to feet and pain! (Ladies this may come as no surprise when we discuss the section on heels)


You More about Colin's work at the following websites:

stuffaboutfeet.com 
https://www.solescience.ca/ 


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

]]>
Sun, 14 Feb 2021 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2779 Dr Colin joins us to explain common feet conditions that can cause discomfort or pain, how they happen and managing the treatment of them. Dr Colin joins us to explain common feet conditions that can cause discomfort or pain, how they happen and managing the treatment of them. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
2021 New Year New Studio 58 2021 New Year New Studio full No No 82675115-b552-4348-a1da-ed5e48ceb0ab https://share.transistor.fm/s/9c9b708b Happy New Year!

In this first episode of 2021 we introduce proudly a the new studio at Woking Knaphill. 

And it gives us great pleasure to welcome onto the podcast Dave Meller who has recently joined the PF team.

Profound fitness as Mike explains has a unique environment both for professional trainers as well as the clients we serve. 
The gym is based around an ethos of health, fitness, healing and excellence in our craft and in this podcast we discuss the brand-new facility that grew out of a demand for our services based at Woking Knaphill and in addition to our Mayford studio.

Joining us on the podcast is Dave Meller who has come on board as part of the Profound family.
Dave mostly assists behind-the-scenes but is integral to the vision and future plans for Profound Fitness, he talks us through some of his background in business as well as his ambitions for expanding the gyms and serving even more people.


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/


]]>
Happy New Year!

In this first episode of 2021 we introduce proudly a the new studio at Woking Knaphill. 

And it gives us great pleasure to welcome onto the podcast Dave Meller who has recently joined the PF team.

Profound fitness as Mike explains has a unique environment both for professional trainers as well as the clients we serve. 
The gym is based around an ethos of health, fitness, healing and excellence in our craft and in this podcast we discuss the brand-new facility that grew out of a demand for our services based at Woking Knaphill and in addition to our Mayford studio.

Joining us on the podcast is Dave Meller who has come on board as part of the Profound family.
Dave mostly assists behind-the-scenes but is integral to the vision and future plans for Profound Fitness, he talks us through some of his background in business as well as his ambitions for expanding the gyms and serving even more people.


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/


]]>
Sun, 31 Jan 2021 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 1858 Happy New Year. In this first episode of 2021 we introduce proudly a new studio at Woking Knaphill. And it gives us great pleasure to welcome onto the podcast Dave Meller who has recently joined the PF team. Happy New Year. In this first episode of 2021 we introduce proudly a new studio at Woking Knaphill. And it gives us great pleasure to welcome onto the podcast Dave Meller who has recently joined the PF team. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
From A & E to Exercise & Health w The Exercise Doc 57 From A & E to Exercise & Health w The Exercise Doc full No No 8981dea0-4d0f-4a38-a318-32722dbc5ae5 https://share.transistor.fm/s/b965aedf We welcome The Exercise Doc (A & E Doctor) Dr Kai Koch to the podcast; Kai outlines a new approach lifestyle change at the point of A & E and also walks us through some of the health stats and small changes that can be made for big health outcomes.

From natural medicine free approaches to reducing depression, to improving heart health.
Kai suggests small changes at first, that are easy to adopt and build upon.

The main part of the discussion is a game changing idea he has had to introduce the concept of a recommended Exercise Prescription at the point of A & E.

This would be explained to patients who would benefit from physical activity and is backed by WHO and NHS data that suggests a large proportion of health problems and subsequent hospital visits are avoidable with lifestyle changes and increases to physical activity.


Follow Dr Kai at: 

https://www.instagram.com/The_Exercise_Doc/


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/



]]>
We welcome The Exercise Doc (A & E Doctor) Dr Kai Koch to the podcast; Kai outlines a new approach lifestyle change at the point of A & E and also walks us through some of the health stats and small changes that can be made for big health outcomes.

From natural medicine free approaches to reducing depression, to improving heart health.
Kai suggests small changes at first, that are easy to adopt and build upon.

The main part of the discussion is a game changing idea he has had to introduce the concept of a recommended Exercise Prescription at the point of A & E.

This would be explained to patients who would benefit from physical activity and is backed by WHO and NHS data that suggests a large proportion of health problems and subsequent hospital visits are avoidable with lifestyle changes and increases to physical activity.


Follow Dr Kai at: 

https://www.instagram.com/The_Exercise_Doc/


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/



]]>
Sun, 25 Oct 2020 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2943 We welcome The Exercise Doc (A & E Doctor) Kai to the podcast; Kai outlines a new approach lifestyle change at the point of A & E and also walks us through some of the health stats and small changes that can be made for big health outcomes. We welcome The Exercise Doc (A & E Doctor) Kai to the podcast; Kai outlines a new approach lifestyle change at the point of A & E and also walks us through some of the health stats and small changes that can be made for big health outcomes. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Childhood Obesity w Maria Kanag BSc Nutrition 56 Childhood Obesity w Maria Kanag BSc Nutrition full No No d6e5dda3-42cb-41ce-9f9d-9185fb0a9be5 https://share.transistor.fm/s/b92d5a9e Maria Kanag joins us to discuss managing childhood obesity and topics around healthy eating for kids. Maria provides a practical view into parenting and helping kids eat healthy as well as forming a healthy relationship with behaviours around food.


Maria is available for questions via our email address/Website:


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 

]]>
Maria Kanag joins us to discuss managing childhood obesity and topics around healthy eating for kids. Maria provides a practical view into parenting and helping kids eat healthy as well as forming a healthy relationship with behaviours around food.


Maria is available for questions via our email address/Website:


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 

]]>
Wed, 23 Sep 2020 13:20:42 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 4004 Maria Kanag joins us to discuss managing childhood obesity and topics around healthy eating for kids. Maria provides a practical view into parenting and helping kids eat healthy as well as forming a healthy relationship with behaviours around food. Maria Kanag joins us to discuss managing childhood obesity and topics around healthy eating for kids. Maria provides a practical view into parenting and helping kids eat healthy as well as forming a healthy relationship with behaviours around food. childhood obesity, obesity, parenting, food at home, kids obesity, No No
Cancer Rehab Awareness Week with Faye Dickinson 55 Cancer Rehab Awareness Week with Faye Dickinson full No No 3cda108f-7a2a-4705-b035-dbb25bed6b79 https://share.transistor.fm/s/e88d20e7 Faye rejoins us on the podcast to discuss her work with cancer patients and cancer awareness week.

Faye is a specialist physiotherapist, one of her specialist areas being work with cancer and the role of physical therapy.

She discusses the statistics of cancer and explains the role of physiotherapy with her patients.

Importantly as we discuss on this episode physical activity does need to be continued and is recommended in most cases.


If you have questions regarding this you can contact Faye through Profound Fitness.

Faye on IG
https://www.instagram.com/with_and_beyond_physio/

For reference:
https://www.pincandsteel.co.uk/

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 

]]>
Faye rejoins us on the podcast to discuss her work with cancer patients and cancer awareness week.

Faye is a specialist physiotherapist, one of her specialist areas being work with cancer and the role of physical therapy.

She discusses the statistics of cancer and explains the role of physiotherapy with her patients.

Importantly as we discuss on this episode physical activity does need to be continued and is recommended in most cases.


If you have questions regarding this you can contact Faye through Profound Fitness.

Faye on IG
https://www.instagram.com/with_and_beyond_physio/

For reference:
https://www.pincandsteel.co.uk/

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 

]]>
Sun, 06 Sep 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 1817 Faye rejoins us on the podcast to discuss her work with cancer patients and cancer awareness week. Faye rejoins us on the podcast to discuss her work with cancer patients and cancer awareness week. cancer rehab awareness week, pinc and steel, faye dickinson, cancer rehab, physiotherapy for cancer No No
Introducing Specialist Physiotherapist Faye Dickinson 54 Introducing Specialist Physiotherapist Faye Dickinson full No No 62557c7a-e0ae-49b9-a94d-e7da02c280cc https://share.transistor.fm/s/7b11e8bd We welcome to the Profound fitness family specialist physiotherapist Faye Dickinson.

Faye will be available for appointments for 1:1 Sessions from the 30th August at Profound Fitness in Mayford.

In this episode we introduce Faye and she talks about the many attributes and skills physiotherapists bring to the gym environment as well as rehab and pre-hab roles.

Faye is extremely experienced and highly credentialled in her field, she has lectured extensively in the subject of physical therapy and is currently specialising in the role of physiotherapy with cancer patients.

She will be offering services that encompass the full range of her Capability and you can enquire through the gym or directly with Faye.

Her IG Handle is

https://www.instagram.com/with_and_beyond_physio/

Contact us through the gym with your questions or to book an appointment.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/


Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 

]]>
We welcome to the Profound fitness family specialist physiotherapist Faye Dickinson.

Faye will be available for appointments for 1:1 Sessions from the 30th August at Profound Fitness in Mayford.

In this episode we introduce Faye and she talks about the many attributes and skills physiotherapists bring to the gym environment as well as rehab and pre-hab roles.

Faye is extremely experienced and highly credentialled in her field, she has lectured extensively in the subject of physical therapy and is currently specialising in the role of physiotherapy with cancer patients.

She will be offering services that encompass the full range of her Capability and you can enquire through the gym or directly with Faye.

Her IG Handle is

https://www.instagram.com/with_and_beyond_physio/

Contact us through the gym with your questions or to book an appointment.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/


Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 

]]>
Sun, 30 Aug 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 1644 We welcome to the Profound fitness family specialist physiotherapist Faye Dickinson. In this episode we introduce Faye and she talks about the many attributes and skills physiotherapists bring to the gym environment as well as rehab and pre-hab roles. We welcome to the Profound fitness family specialist physiotherapist Faye Dickinson. In this episode we introduce Faye and she talks about the many attributes and skills physiotherapists bring to the gym environment as well as rehab and pre-hab roles. physical therapy, physiotherapy, physio, physiotherapy guildford, cancer rehab, physiotherapy woking No No
Advances In Psychedelic Psychotherapy with Olie Thomas 53 Advances In Psychedelic Psychotherapy with Olie Thomas full No No ca458295-eef9-4b01-802d-daea7cdd54ea https://share.transistor.fm/s/d1d51c19 Disclaimer: This content in this edition of the podcast is for information purposes only. Although the compounds Olie discusses are currently undergoing renewed scientific interest for the potential to treat such conditions as PTSD, depression and more they are currently class A drugs and not currently legal in the UK and many other countries.
If you have a medical condition or are unsure our advice is to contact your GP for further guidance.


I this episode:
Coach Olie Thomas talks us through his knowledge of psychedelic compounds, their study in clinical trials, interesting historical past, uses and recent developments and the renewed interest in them by university trials over the past 20 years.

During 1950-1965 up to 1000 studies were conducted on more than 40,000 participants into the effects of psychedelic compounds.
Ram Dass, Timothy Leary and more established writers pivoted to the front of this field of interest.

However, cultural change and legal policy during the 1960s saw this branch of plant based psychedelics grouped in with prohibited drugs and clinical research halted thereafter for more than 30 years.

Olie explains the recent renewal in interest in these compounds for the treatment of conditions such as anxiety, depression and more.
He speaks about his own journey will mental illness and his personal recovery from it with the uses of these compounds.

We discuss the ethics of their use, what their new role might be in modern medicine and also explore the parallel branch of psychedelics which is rooted in spiritual growth.

This podcast is our most explorative to date and we understand that it is a step away from our more conventional topics.

We hope you enjoy the discussion on this episode and you can reach out to Olie with your questions via his social media or the profound fitness website.

https://www.instagram.com/oliethomas_/


Your hosts
Mike & Byron

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/


]]>
Disclaimer: This content in this edition of the podcast is for information purposes only. Although the compounds Olie discusses are currently undergoing renewed scientific interest for the potential to treat such conditions as PTSD, depression and more they are currently class A drugs and not currently legal in the UK and many other countries.
If you have a medical condition or are unsure our advice is to contact your GP for further guidance.


I this episode:
Coach Olie Thomas talks us through his knowledge of psychedelic compounds, their study in clinical trials, interesting historical past, uses and recent developments and the renewed interest in them by university trials over the past 20 years.

During 1950-1965 up to 1000 studies were conducted on more than 40,000 participants into the effects of psychedelic compounds.
Ram Dass, Timothy Leary and more established writers pivoted to the front of this field of interest.

However, cultural change and legal policy during the 1960s saw this branch of plant based psychedelics grouped in with prohibited drugs and clinical research halted thereafter for more than 30 years.

Olie explains the recent renewal in interest in these compounds for the treatment of conditions such as anxiety, depression and more.
He speaks about his own journey will mental illness and his personal recovery from it with the uses of these compounds.

We discuss the ethics of their use, what their new role might be in modern medicine and also explore the parallel branch of psychedelics which is rooted in spiritual growth.

This podcast is our most explorative to date and we understand that it is a step away from our more conventional topics.

We hope you enjoy the discussion on this episode and you can reach out to Olie with your questions via his social media or the profound fitness website.

https://www.instagram.com/oliethomas_/


Your hosts
Mike & Byron

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/


]]>
Sun, 23 Aug 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 3426 Coach Olie Thomas talks us through his knowledge of psychedelic compounds, their study in clinical trials, interesting historical past, uses and recent developments in renewed interest in them by university trials. Coach Olie Thomas talks us through his knowledge of psychedelic compounds, their study in clinical trials, interesting historical past, uses and recent developments in renewed interest in them by university trials. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, Yes Yes
Triathlon Fit! w Lee Brown of Fullsteam 52 Triathlon Fit! w Lee Brown of Fullsteam full No No 895fd5d3-d393-41de-821d-8ba42ba973d3 https://share.transistor.fm/s/264b5e02 We welcome Lee Brown creator of Fullsteam to the podcast.

FS specialises in local triathlon and endurance events; love to run, bike swim and test your fitness levels? This episode is for you!

Lee breaks down the different types of endurance events.

Contrary to popular belief there is a start point for most people, and as he details in the past he has seen participants from as young as eight years old all the way into their 80s!

Lee talks to us about his philosophy of exercise, the kind of training he has done in his past and that he currently does now.

We discuss injuries, handling these on the ongoing journey of fitness and health and of course the kind of mental drive it takes to do very long endurance events.

Lee breaks down some of the information for those that want to get start in entry level triathlon events with no experience, right up to those people who are approaching professional levels.

Fullsteam is a local events group based near Woking, check out their events and get active on a new level!

Reach out to Lee and see more about the events you can start doing at:
https://fullste.am/event/   


Want to get strong and fit for your first event?

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 



]]>
We welcome Lee Brown creator of Fullsteam to the podcast.

FS specialises in local triathlon and endurance events; love to run, bike swim and test your fitness levels? This episode is for you!

Lee breaks down the different types of endurance events.

Contrary to popular belief there is a start point for most people, and as he details in the past he has seen participants from as young as eight years old all the way into their 80s!

Lee talks to us about his philosophy of exercise, the kind of training he has done in his past and that he currently does now.

We discuss injuries, handling these on the ongoing journey of fitness and health and of course the kind of mental drive it takes to do very long endurance events.

Lee breaks down some of the information for those that want to get start in entry level triathlon events with no experience, right up to those people who are approaching professional levels.

Fullsteam is a local events group based near Woking, check out their events and get active on a new level!

Reach out to Lee and see more about the events you can start doing at:
https://fullste.am/event/   


Want to get strong and fit for your first event?

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 



]]>
Sun, 16 Aug 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2731 We welcome Lee Brown creator of Fullsteam to the podcast. FS specialises in local triathlon and endurance events, love to run, bike swim and test your fitness levels? This episode is for you! We welcome Lee Brown creator of Fullsteam to the podcast. FS specialises in local triathlon and endurance events, love to run, bike swim and test your fitness levels? This episode is for you! triathlon, fullsteam, lee brown full steam, full steam woking, iron man, fortitude, run bike swim, endurance events, marathon training, long distance running, Yes Yes
1st Anniversary Podcast 51 1st Anniversary Podcast full No No 7b0aad83-0f75-465e-9cf2-ebcd7a2bee7d https://share.transistor.fm/s/4c6ae9dc A look back on our first year of podcasts. Recounting some of our favourite episodes and stories from the gym. 

We discuss current gym operations with ongoing planning for coronavirus, but spend a lot of time looking back on some of our favourite guests and episodes of the podcast.

We mention some of our plans for the next few months and as always you are welcome to contact us with info or requests for future podcasts 


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 



]]>
A look back on our first year of podcasts. Recounting some of our favourite episodes and stories from the gym. 

We discuss current gym operations with ongoing planning for coronavirus, but spend a lot of time looking back on some of our favourite guests and episodes of the podcast.

We mention some of our plans for the next few months and as always you are welcome to contact us with info or requests for future podcasts 


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 



]]>
Sun, 02 Aug 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2422 A look back on our first year of podcasts. Recounting some of our favourite episodes and stories from the gym. A look back on our first year of podcasts. Recounting some of our favourite episodes and stories from the gym. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Overcoming Adversity with Nick Walker 50 Overcoming Adversity with Nick Walker full No No d9afe95f-f191-46d7-8f52-8bc76495980d https://share.transistor.fm/s/c45867a5 Mike & Byron interview former soldier and amputee Nick Walker. Nick has been coached by Mike for more than a decade and tell us his story of coming through hard times and stay physically active.

Nick tells us about his military career leading up to his injury, which changed the course of his military life.
He describes battling depression and alcohol dependancy and how exercise, therapy and camaraderie made a huge impact in his onwards rehabilitation.

He mentions the the medical doctors and institutions that were massively key in helping him recover.

We go onto discuss his training plan and interesting modifications Mike (who coaches Nick) has made to help Nick be able to train effectively with barbells and other gym equipment.


Like many of our guests Nick's story is massively moving, inspiring and impactful. 
His message through dealing with adversity was; if you can train, you should train. And most of all people can train.


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
Mike & Byron interview former soldier and amputee Nick Walker. Nick has been coached by Mike for more than a decade and tell us his story of coming through hard times and stay physically active.

Nick tells us about his military career leading up to his injury, which changed the course of his military life.
He describes battling depression and alcohol dependancy and how exercise, therapy and camaraderie made a huge impact in his onwards rehabilitation.

He mentions the the medical doctors and institutions that were massively key in helping him recover.

We go onto discuss his training plan and interesting modifications Mike (who coaches Nick) has made to help Nick be able to train effectively with barbells and other gym equipment.


Like many of our guests Nick's story is massively moving, inspiring and impactful. 
His message through dealing with adversity was; if you can train, you should train. And most of all people can train.


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
Sun, 19 Jul 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 4118 Mike & Byron interview former soldier and amputee Nick Walker. Nick has been coached by Mike for more than a decade and tell us his story of coming through hard times and stay physically active. Mike & Byron interview former soldier and amputee Nick Walker. Nick has been coached by Mike for more than a decade and tell us his story of coming through hard times and stay physically active. injury rehab, amputee exercise, recovery from alcohol, depression and exercise Yes Yes
Iatrogenesis 49 Iatrogenesis full No No 0bcb74c8-d7db-4483-b0ce-7968672be069 https://share.transistor.fm/s/7d74e73b In this episode Mike talks to Byron about his 3rd article in the Coronavirus series.

Iatrogenesis was published by StartingStrength.com the world's foremost strength training website and is a discussion about the impact lockdown has had.

Iatrogenesis comes from the Greek: Brought forth from the healer.
It implies harm done by something intended to be a cure.

Byron explains where the choice of title came from and talks through the content in the article.

Key points covered in this episode are:

The strength coaches perspective of lockdown and managing sickness during this time.

What our industry should be doing to be tasked with being essential.

All gyms have been forced closed during this phase and Byron argues that many facilities are offering health related products and services but have been grouped in with the non-essential Leisure bracket.

A division needs to occur with certain gyms like Profound Fitness and such small studios that are health and athlete focussed being recognised as essential and separate from leisure or entertainment type facilities.

You can read the full article here:
https://startingstrength.com/article/iatrogenesis

And see the articles that accompany the series here:
https://www.strengthrevolution.org/articlesnews

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
In this episode Mike talks to Byron about his 3rd article in the Coronavirus series.

Iatrogenesis was published by StartingStrength.com the world's foremost strength training website and is a discussion about the impact lockdown has had.

Iatrogenesis comes from the Greek: Brought forth from the healer.
It implies harm done by something intended to be a cure.

Byron explains where the choice of title came from and talks through the content in the article.

Key points covered in this episode are:

The strength coaches perspective of lockdown and managing sickness during this time.

What our industry should be doing to be tasked with being essential.

All gyms have been forced closed during this phase and Byron argues that many facilities are offering health related products and services but have been grouped in with the non-essential Leisure bracket.

A division needs to occur with certain gyms like Profound Fitness and such small studios that are health and athlete focussed being recognised as essential and separate from leisure or entertainment type facilities.

You can read the full article here:
https://startingstrength.com/article/iatrogenesis

And see the articles that accompany the series here:
https://www.strengthrevolution.org/articlesnews

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
Sun, 05 Jul 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 3723 Mike interviews Byron about his recent article Iatrogenesis which went on to be published by Starting Strength Mike interviews Byron about his recent article Iatrogenesis which went on to be published by Starting Strength Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Programming 101 Pt 7. Foundation Series 48 Programming 101 Pt 7. Foundation Series full No No c4fc5367-cb7a-4962-8aea-c3f8638f2645 https://share.transistor.fm/s/2a87c11a The final episode of the Foundation series. Learn common approaches to programming for strength training and how we change the programme to ensure constant onwards progress.

***For safety and practicality reasons we recommend if you want you to strength train that you seek the advice of a professional and if you have not exercised for some time we would normally recommend that you visit your local GP before you pursue physical activity.

In this episode:

We discuss 2 types of clients a 55 year old lady and 20 year old male rugby player and how those two different approaches to programme design may differ.

We walk you through the basics of simple programming for strength progress and what we commonly do when progress starts to stall.

True Programming is not static but it is reactive!

Many times personal trainers issue a static document which is more like a to do list of things to do until the client gets bored and wants to try something else.

We emphasise the actual programming is still designed around the person but react to them and involve some changes week by week to keep them on track and progressing.

We identify the kind of adjustments we make for our two sample clients how the start points may be quite different for each of them and then discuss with some detail the kind of adjustments we would make a program to get people from their novice linear progression all the way through to the end of it and into the early intermediate phase. 

We give you some common coaches tips and tricks for and sticking a lift when progress starts to stall and by the end of this podcast you should have a handy bag of tools for how to modify your program to make onwards progress in the first few months of training.

If you have any questions or if you are stuck with your progress you can reach out to us at any time via the websites.  Again if you were looking for Byron's e-book on common gym mistakes you can see that at his website www.STRENGTHREVOLUTION.org

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 





]]>
The final episode of the Foundation series. Learn common approaches to programming for strength training and how we change the programme to ensure constant onwards progress.

***For safety and practicality reasons we recommend if you want you to strength train that you seek the advice of a professional and if you have not exercised for some time we would normally recommend that you visit your local GP before you pursue physical activity.

In this episode:

We discuss 2 types of clients a 55 year old lady and 20 year old male rugby player and how those two different approaches to programme design may differ.

We walk you through the basics of simple programming for strength progress and what we commonly do when progress starts to stall.

True Programming is not static but it is reactive!

Many times personal trainers issue a static document which is more like a to do list of things to do until the client gets bored and wants to try something else.

We emphasise the actual programming is still designed around the person but react to them and involve some changes week by week to keep them on track and progressing.

We identify the kind of adjustments we make for our two sample clients how the start points may be quite different for each of them and then discuss with some detail the kind of adjustments we would make a program to get people from their novice linear progression all the way through to the end of it and into the early intermediate phase. 

We give you some common coaches tips and tricks for and sticking a lift when progress starts to stall and by the end of this podcast you should have a handy bag of tools for how to modify your program to make onwards progress in the first few months of training.

If you have any questions or if you are stuck with your progress you can reach out to us at any time via the websites.  Again if you were looking for Byron's e-book on common gym mistakes you can see that at his website www.STRENGTHREVOLUTION.org

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 





]]>
Sun, 28 Jun 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2631 The final episode of the Foundation series. Learn common approaches to programming for strength training and how we change the programme to ensure constant onwards progress. The final episode of the Foundation series. Learn common approaches to programming for strength training and how we change the programme to ensure constant onwards progress. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
The Press & The Bench Press Pt 6. Foundation Series 47 The Press & The Bench Press Pt 6. Foundation Series full No No 5abfc392-b4cf-4530-b8db-5d844c9bea0d https://share.transistor.fm/s/5e2723ad In this episode Mike and Byron talk through the standing shoulder press and benchpress.

We start with Reasons that these lift should both be trained for athletes, those with a physical and for everyone who wants to benefit from strength training now and in later life.

We cover common mistakes you may make when doing these lifts, what to do to correct them and also and how to modify the press and bench.

We finish up the episode with some ideas into general assistance exercises, such as arms training and cardio.

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 




]]>
In this episode Mike and Byron talk through the standing shoulder press and benchpress.

We start with Reasons that these lift should both be trained for athletes, those with a physical and for everyone who wants to benefit from strength training now and in later life.

We cover common mistakes you may make when doing these lifts, what to do to correct them and also and how to modify the press and bench.

We finish up the episode with some ideas into general assistance exercises, such as arms training and cardio.

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 




]]>
Sun, 21 Jun 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 3531 All about the correct way to shoulder press (standing) and bench press. Common mistakes you may make when doing these lifts and how to modify them. All about the correct way to shoulder press (standing) and bench press. Common mistakes you may make when doing these lifts and how to modify them. strength training, shoulder press, shoulder exercises, barbell training, bench press, how to bench press, how to strength train No No
The Squat & The Deadlift Pt 5. Foundation Series 46 The Squat & The Deadlift Pt 5. Foundation Series full No No b4a58d1d-cfa0-4f9f-87cf-022ffeb69d26 https://share.transistor.fm/s/b0b0dd2f In this episode of the podcast Mike and Byron walk you through the finer points of the squat and dead lift and how they relate and are decided upon by the earlier foundations episodes.

We discussed the relevance of each lift whether or not a person is just generally trying to get stronger for healthy ageing, as well as the importance for strength training aspects with athletes as well as appearance/physique considerations.

We give an accurate description of what each lift looks like when performed.

We also discuss our preferred way of performing each of these exercises.

The squat we favour the Lowbar variant of the squat.
This enables the lifter to be more leaned over as they squat down.

In doing so it helps us to fulfil our criteria of training the most amount of muscle mass over the greatest effective range of motion, compared to the more upright back angle seen in the high bar or front squat.

Many times in gyms it is possible to see the squat done as a high bar variant.

We explain why in our opinion this should be a sub optimal use of this variance in comparison to the Lowbar version.
We also explained how to perform the Lowbar version and why it is superior to the high bar version.


We take time to discuss and explain the correct performance of the lift as well as common problems that are encountered with this exercise we also describe how to spot things on Instagram or in video that a tell-tale signs of the lift being performed incorrectly, sometimes even under supposed professional guidance!

We go on to explain in the deadlifts a similar set of circumstances, the relevance of the lift for all parties as well as how to perform it correctly and how to identify when it is being performed incorrectly.

This includes common errors that can occur that you can spot in your own form videos or when you are viewing lifts done at gyms.

We finish each section with a discussion on how to modify these exercises and when to do so.


Byron's free ebook on form corrections and form tips is available at his website.
https://www.strengthrevolution.org/


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
In this episode of the podcast Mike and Byron walk you through the finer points of the squat and dead lift and how they relate and are decided upon by the earlier foundations episodes.

We discussed the relevance of each lift whether or not a person is just generally trying to get stronger for healthy ageing, as well as the importance for strength training aspects with athletes as well as appearance/physique considerations.

We give an accurate description of what each lift looks like when performed.

We also discuss our preferred way of performing each of these exercises.

The squat we favour the Lowbar variant of the squat.
This enables the lifter to be more leaned over as they squat down.

In doing so it helps us to fulfil our criteria of training the most amount of muscle mass over the greatest effective range of motion, compared to the more upright back angle seen in the high bar or front squat.

Many times in gyms it is possible to see the squat done as a high bar variant.

We explain why in our opinion this should be a sub optimal use of this variance in comparison to the Lowbar version.
We also explained how to perform the Lowbar version and why it is superior to the high bar version.


We take time to discuss and explain the correct performance of the lift as well as common problems that are encountered with this exercise we also describe how to spot things on Instagram or in video that a tell-tale signs of the lift being performed incorrectly, sometimes even under supposed professional guidance!

We go on to explain in the deadlifts a similar set of circumstances, the relevance of the lift for all parties as well as how to perform it correctly and how to identify when it is being performed incorrectly.

This includes common errors that can occur that you can spot in your own form videos or when you are viewing lifts done at gyms.

We finish each section with a discussion on how to modify these exercises and when to do so.


Byron's free ebook on form corrections and form tips is available at his website.
https://www.strengthrevolution.org/


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
Sun, 14 Jun 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 3299 In this episode of the podcast Mike and Byron walk you through the finer points of the squat and dead lift and how they relate and are decided upon by the earlier foundations episodes. In this episode of the podcast Mike and Byron walk you through the finer points of the squat and dead lift and how they relate and are decided upon by the earlier foundations episodes. low bar squat, how to squat, barbell squat, the deadlift, how to deadlift, strength training, barbell training, gym exercises, personal trainer, strength coach, No No
Solid Reasoning & Modern Formulas Pt 4. Foundation Series 45 Solid Reasoning & Modern Formulas Pt 4. Foundation Series full No No aaa8594f-9569-4120-8653-4e9446448da4 https://share.transistor.fm/s/af3a57bc In this episode Byron explains part of his personal philosophy over 3 points that he uses to focus on outcomes. We also discuss the criteria for exercise and provide a handy summary of past points covered in the Foundations series so far.

We start with explaining about targeted Outcomes, which is what a client might want and also what happens when strength is not the most important factor, this may involve injury rehabilitation or even some simple stretching that needs to be done.




We then unpack the Exercise Criteria that is the formula for strength training. 
1 - use the most amount of muscle mass, 
2 - use the longest effective range of motion, 
3 - use the most amount of weight with good form. 



In the second section Byron goes into his recent thoughts on the deeper purpose underpinning exercise.

His current Philosophy of Exercise in 3 points includes:


  1. Exercise is Medicine not Entertainment  

Not every workout has to be a sizzler!!

Yes it's enjoyable, but even when it's tough it still needs to get done, unlike activities that are only engaged in for pleasure..
exercise is critical to an ongoing healthy outcome for everyone and so should be more approached as a prescription versus an entertainment alternative.


2. Results not Distractions

We want to chart actual metrics and progress, versus a post workout feeling. What does the actual data gathered tell us about our achieving our goal?

This is how we stay focussed on our outcome and stay accountable. If we only use exercise as a form of distracting ourselves then eventually a rainy day or a long day or a heavy traffic day will unseat us from pursuing our outcome.

Staying results focussed as a form of motivations ties us into would chain of successive workouts that when combined together or lead towards a greater outcome which is truly worth dedicating time and money towards.

Because training in the way it is done at profound fitness is more in line with the lifestyle and it means that not every single workout has to be the best workout ever, or have a great vibe. There will be some workouts that have a little bit more challenging and some that a person may not feel like they need to do.
But the overall results
Justify the movement towards the overall outcome that is being worked upon.

In some areas of the fitness industry not feeling great post workout or not feeling a bus from an exercise class might justify a reason not to return to it and therefore ceased to exercise altogether. Results orientated focus means that you can see a small blip as a minor hurdle in an otherwise much longer and more relevant and helpful journey.

Workouts can be enjoyable and Prs can be celebrated but the entire system doesn't rely on a feel good factor, And should there be an absence of a feel good factor The result is still achievable for the targeted outcome.


3.  Methodical not Randomised.

Being methodical means being routed within a method - it serves as a clear structure and reasoning behind all of the exercises selected and the frequency that exercise happens.

It means that any question about "why" or "how" can be answered rather than navigated away from.

However, in many instances in the fitness industry randomised approaches are taken to exercising (in part to entertain a client so they don't get bored, or because the trainer themselves might be bored). 

But randomising a series of exercises unfortunately present problems.

For example if you had a soreness or pain in your leg and over the course of the week you were presented with 20 to 30 different exercises and in the next week the soreness and pain disappears then you would have no idea which one of those exercises produced that result!
Randomise approach to exercise leads to an inconsistent series of events.
Inconsistent events cannot be tracked effectively in terms of the results over time.

This undermines the principle of gathering actual data about the usefulness of an exercise programme. 

The methodical approach also enables much more precise changes and adaptations that can be more definitively calibrated to the person performing the exercise. 

It is also important to point out that an overall method underpins the decisions about exercises and even how the performance of those exercises should go. In other words this enables effective coaching and effective coaching helps make training sessions more productive and more useful to the person doing the training.

This justifies seeking out the help from a professional, as you are sourcing a proven well thought out method. 

It is a worthy investment of time and money and Mike discusses the ROI principle (return on investment) early on in the episode.


SUMMARY OF KEY POINTS FROM PAST FOUNDATIONS.


Medical Professionals - “Get some exercise“ An agreed upon piece of advice for almost everyone. 

How best to get exercise? - We conclude in an Indoors gym environment. 

What to train for?  =  Strength. All other attributes are derivatives of this one physical adaptation. General strength or the production of force is literally how we interact with our environment.

What is strength ? & Why important  - Healthy Ageing  - Sports Performance -physique etc.

What limitations do we have to this - we debated machines vs free weights  and why we use free weights and in particular barbells.

Understanding force production and the balance linkage anatomical model  - an explanation of the science and physics behind our specialist field.

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 



]]>
In this episode Byron explains part of his personal philosophy over 3 points that he uses to focus on outcomes. We also discuss the criteria for exercise and provide a handy summary of past points covered in the Foundations series so far.

We start with explaining about targeted Outcomes, which is what a client might want and also what happens when strength is not the most important factor, this may involve injury rehabilitation or even some simple stretching that needs to be done.




We then unpack the Exercise Criteria that is the formula for strength training. 
1 - use the most amount of muscle mass, 
2 - use the longest effective range of motion, 
3 - use the most amount of weight with good form. 



In the second section Byron goes into his recent thoughts on the deeper purpose underpinning exercise.

His current Philosophy of Exercise in 3 points includes:


  1. Exercise is Medicine not Entertainment  

Not every workout has to be a sizzler!!

Yes it's enjoyable, but even when it's tough it still needs to get done, unlike activities that are only engaged in for pleasure..
exercise is critical to an ongoing healthy outcome for everyone and so should be more approached as a prescription versus an entertainment alternative.


2. Results not Distractions

We want to chart actual metrics and progress, versus a post workout feeling. What does the actual data gathered tell us about our achieving our goal?

This is how we stay focussed on our outcome and stay accountable. If we only use exercise as a form of distracting ourselves then eventually a rainy day or a long day or a heavy traffic day will unseat us from pursuing our outcome.

Staying results focussed as a form of motivations ties us into would chain of successive workouts that when combined together or lead towards a greater outcome which is truly worth dedicating time and money towards.

Because training in the way it is done at profound fitness is more in line with the lifestyle and it means that not every single workout has to be the best workout ever, or have a great vibe. There will be some workouts that have a little bit more challenging and some that a person may not feel like they need to do.
But the overall results
Justify the movement towards the overall outcome that is being worked upon.

In some areas of the fitness industry not feeling great post workout or not feeling a bus from an exercise class might justify a reason not to return to it and therefore ceased to exercise altogether. Results orientated focus means that you can see a small blip as a minor hurdle in an otherwise much longer and more relevant and helpful journey.

Workouts can be enjoyable and Prs can be celebrated but the entire system doesn't rely on a feel good factor, And should there be an absence of a feel good factor The result is still achievable for the targeted outcome.


3.  Methodical not Randomised.

Being methodical means being routed within a method - it serves as a clear structure and reasoning behind all of the exercises selected and the frequency that exercise happens.

It means that any question about "why" or "how" can be answered rather than navigated away from.

However, in many instances in the fitness industry randomised approaches are taken to exercising (in part to entertain a client so they don't get bored, or because the trainer themselves might be bored). 

But randomising a series of exercises unfortunately present problems.

For example if you had a soreness or pain in your leg and over the course of the week you were presented with 20 to 30 different exercises and in the next week the soreness and pain disappears then you would have no idea which one of those exercises produced that result!
Randomise approach to exercise leads to an inconsistent series of events.
Inconsistent events cannot be tracked effectively in terms of the results over time.

This undermines the principle of gathering actual data about the usefulness of an exercise programme. 

The methodical approach also enables much more precise changes and adaptations that can be more definitively calibrated to the person performing the exercise. 

It is also important to point out that an overall method underpins the decisions about exercises and even how the performance of those exercises should go. In other words this enables effective coaching and effective coaching helps make training sessions more productive and more useful to the person doing the training.

This justifies seeking out the help from a professional, as you are sourcing a proven well thought out method. 

It is a worthy investment of time and money and Mike discusses the ROI principle (return on investment) early on in the episode.


SUMMARY OF KEY POINTS FROM PAST FOUNDATIONS.


Medical Professionals - “Get some exercise“ An agreed upon piece of advice for almost everyone. 

How best to get exercise? - We conclude in an Indoors gym environment. 

What to train for?  =  Strength. All other attributes are derivatives of this one physical adaptation. General strength or the production of force is literally how we interact with our environment.

What is strength ? & Why important  - Healthy Ageing  - Sports Performance -physique etc.

What limitations do we have to this - we debated machines vs free weights  and why we use free weights and in particular barbells.

Understanding force production and the balance linkage anatomical model  - an explanation of the science and physics behind our specialist field.

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 



]]>
Sun, 07 Jun 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 1991 In this episode Byron explains part of his personal philosophy that he uses to focus on outcomes. We also discuss the criteria for exercise and provide a handy summary of past points covered in the Foundations series so far. In this episode Byron explains part of his personal philosophy that he uses to focus on outcomes. We also discuss the criteria for exercise and provide a handy summary of past points covered in the Foundations series so far. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Understanding Forces & Coaching Movement Pt 3. Foundation Series 44 Understanding Forces & Coaching Movement Pt 3. Foundation Series full No No f4e01564-edc4-4921-b7d3-c8b53923d90e https://share.transistor.fm/s/3c078b81 Get inside of the strength coaches mind in this episode as Mike & Byron reveal the concepts behind the forces involved in training and how they effectively help lifters move correctly and safely.

We begin as always with a summary of the past episodes, which we do recommend you listen to before proceeding onto this one.

Today we help both coaches and lifters in understanding the kind of forces that are at play in strength training. This episode is designed to be particularly useful to those gym goers who might be looking to hire a professional in the future.

We begin by talking about force and classical mechanics and how it generally relates to the principle of strength training.

We then go on to discuss Newton's three laws of motion.

Each one of Newton's laws directly relates back to the kind of decisions we might make about training.

Later in the episode we go into greater detail on the three forces that lifters are subject to when they move under the barbell.

Those forces include compression, tension and movement force.

Byron goes on to reference a book he authored in 2019 "The gym mistakes you didn't know you were making "
In this book many examples of photographs are given that highlight tension compression and moment, and we highly recommend you download a free copy of this book from his website.

Www.strengthrevolution.org  

we close out of the episode by explaining the importance of training in the correct and full range of motion for the exercises, throughout the entire episode we give helpful explanations of how lifts should look and should not look and also provide some caution to repetitive exercise when the lift is not being performed correctly.

In particular the joints of the body Should be trained through their Effective range of motion, when done so underload this not only strengthens the muscles but also the connective tissues and ligaments of the body.

We talk about some Anecdotal examples of why this is important to not only older lifters but also athletes as well.

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 



]]>
Get inside of the strength coaches mind in this episode as Mike & Byron reveal the concepts behind the forces involved in training and how they effectively help lifters move correctly and safely.

We begin as always with a summary of the past episodes, which we do recommend you listen to before proceeding onto this one.

Today we help both coaches and lifters in understanding the kind of forces that are at play in strength training. This episode is designed to be particularly useful to those gym goers who might be looking to hire a professional in the future.

We begin by talking about force and classical mechanics and how it generally relates to the principle of strength training.

We then go on to discuss Newton's three laws of motion.

Each one of Newton's laws directly relates back to the kind of decisions we might make about training.

Later in the episode we go into greater detail on the three forces that lifters are subject to when they move under the barbell.

Those forces include compression, tension and movement force.

Byron goes on to reference a book he authored in 2019 "The gym mistakes you didn't know you were making "
In this book many examples of photographs are given that highlight tension compression and moment, and we highly recommend you download a free copy of this book from his website.

Www.strengthrevolution.org  

we close out of the episode by explaining the importance of training in the correct and full range of motion for the exercises, throughout the entire episode we give helpful explanations of how lifts should look and should not look and also provide some caution to repetitive exercise when the lift is not being performed correctly.

In particular the joints of the body Should be trained through their Effective range of motion, when done so underload this not only strengthens the muscles but also the connective tissues and ligaments of the body.

We talk about some Anecdotal examples of why this is important to not only older lifters but also athletes as well.

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 



]]>
Tue, 02 Jun 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2976 Get inside of the strength coaches mind in this episode as Mike & Byron reveal the concepts behind the forces involved in training and how they effectively help lifters move correctly and safely. Get inside of the strength coaches mind in this episode as Mike & Byron reveal the concepts behind the forces involved in training and how they effectively help lifters move correctly and safely. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
How We Model Exercise Pt 2. Foundation Series 43 How We Model Exercise Pt 2. Foundation Series full No No 0adf494c-8cee-4073-bae0-3320f5dad663 https://share.transistor.fm/s/f60999ed
HOW WE MODEL EXERCISE 


We discuss how we begin to model exercise.


We base this around:

What we need to be able to do in exercise and life, how we decide about the equipment we’d select to enable us to practice that and train accordingly, then have a discussion on anatomy and things that govern human movement which we call the balance linkage model.


This episode is split into sections and explanations within each one:


Section 1 - WHAT DO WE NEED TO BE ABLE TO DO?

We're interested in a movement pattern NOT so much a body part. 



Gym training does not always equate to bodybuilding.


Section 2 BARBELLS VS MACHINES 


We explain the pros and cons of machine based training and why we have chosen to specialise more in free weights and particularly barbells. 




Environmental model - we explain briefly the logic behind the gym environment for more productive year round training.




Section 3 ANATOMICAL CONSIDERATIONS 

We discuss how the body likes to be trained and what we have found works most efficiently as well as rules that govern human movement.




Section 4


Fusing the The Anatomical Model & Balance Linkage Model 

We explain balance and how this relates to training, as well what happens when we use certain movement patterns and how this might affect us in relation to exercise.



For those interested in reading more, we recommend the text Starting Strength 3rd Edition.

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 




]]>

HOW WE MODEL EXERCISE 


We discuss how we begin to model exercise.


We base this around:

What we need to be able to do in exercise and life, how we decide about the equipment we’d select to enable us to practice that and train accordingly, then have a discussion on anatomy and things that govern human movement which we call the balance linkage model.


This episode is split into sections and explanations within each one:


Section 1 - WHAT DO WE NEED TO BE ABLE TO DO?

We're interested in a movement pattern NOT so much a body part. 



Gym training does not always equate to bodybuilding.


Section 2 BARBELLS VS MACHINES 


We explain the pros and cons of machine based training and why we have chosen to specialise more in free weights and particularly barbells. 




Environmental model - we explain briefly the logic behind the gym environment for more productive year round training.




Section 3 ANATOMICAL CONSIDERATIONS 

We discuss how the body likes to be trained and what we have found works most efficiently as well as rules that govern human movement.




Section 4


Fusing the The Anatomical Model & Balance Linkage Model 

We explain balance and how this relates to training, as well what happens when we use certain movement patterns and how this might affect us in relation to exercise.



For those interested in reading more, we recommend the text Starting Strength 3rd Edition.

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 




]]>
Sun, 24 May 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2418 In this episode we introduce the principles of anatomy and the balance linkage model and further discuss our philosophy of exercise. In this episode we introduce the principles of anatomy and the balance linkage model and further discuss our philosophy of exercise. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Exercise Philosophy Pt 1. Foundation Series 42 Exercise Philosophy Pt 1. Foundation Series full No No 2ef67351-252e-4df0-8ea1-a9269e1d369b https://share.transistor.fm/s/bc28bdbb Part 1 of the Foundation series.

We discuss why we exercise and cover some of the physiology that governs how we recover and adapt to exercise and how and you can get the most benefit from doing so. 

Our approach is logical and has a clear method running throughout it. It is not random, or unclear and it means we can carefully plot out the projections for outcomes with the people we coach.


We begin with the rationale behind why we should all be exercising.

The medical benefits to our health and bodies, as well as our appearance.


We then discuss common presenting problems and why our clients seek us out. 
They range from weight management to pain problems, sporting excellence and the one conduit that runs throughout is the understanding that they would like to age healthily.


We then make the case for resistance training and explain clearly why strength training is not just for elite athletes, but also for everyday people that need to be able to perform the most general of  tasks in their lives.

SRA.
We then go on to explain the concept of stress, recovery and adaptation. This subject has been covered in detail in its own podcast.
However we briefly go over this important concept which affects all form of training when results are required to be produced.

SAID.
This stands for the specific adaptation to imposed demands.

We explain the importance of this phrase which means that many other systems and marketing for those systems that may purport to generate a health or strength outcome cannot always do so Past the point of what we described as the novice affect.

The novice affect applies to a person who is detrained or has been not exercising for quite some time, when this person takes up almost any form of physical activity virtually anything they do will work and be effective initially. BUT this is only limited to a short window at first. After which long or medium term progress cannot be attained in strength development.

It is this principle of novices that clever marketers often use And get away with in their marketing literature.

However we explain where the notice affect would not be valid after a relatively brief period of time at which point in order to truly adapt and make onwards progression, which would be anything after just a couple of short weeks of doing a basic exercise system, then onwards planning is needed in the way the proper strength training offers.


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
Part 1 of the Foundation series.

We discuss why we exercise and cover some of the physiology that governs how we recover and adapt to exercise and how and you can get the most benefit from doing so. 

Our approach is logical and has a clear method running throughout it. It is not random, or unclear and it means we can carefully plot out the projections for outcomes with the people we coach.


We begin with the rationale behind why we should all be exercising.

The medical benefits to our health and bodies, as well as our appearance.


We then discuss common presenting problems and why our clients seek us out. 
They range from weight management to pain problems, sporting excellence and the one conduit that runs throughout is the understanding that they would like to age healthily.


We then make the case for resistance training and explain clearly why strength training is not just for elite athletes, but also for everyday people that need to be able to perform the most general of  tasks in their lives.

SRA.
We then go on to explain the concept of stress, recovery and adaptation. This subject has been covered in detail in its own podcast.
However we briefly go over this important concept which affects all form of training when results are required to be produced.

SAID.
This stands for the specific adaptation to imposed demands.

We explain the importance of this phrase which means that many other systems and marketing for those systems that may purport to generate a health or strength outcome cannot always do so Past the point of what we described as the novice affect.

The novice affect applies to a person who is detrained or has been not exercising for quite some time, when this person takes up almost any form of physical activity virtually anything they do will work and be effective initially. BUT this is only limited to a short window at first. After which long or medium term progress cannot be attained in strength development.

It is this principle of novices that clever marketers often use And get away with in their marketing literature.

However we explain where the notice affect would not be valid after a relatively brief period of time at which point in order to truly adapt and make onwards progression, which would be anything after just a couple of short weeks of doing a basic exercise system, then onwards planning is needed in the way the proper strength training offers.


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
Sun, 17 May 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2241 Part 1 of the Foundation series. We discuss why we exercise in general and cover some of the physiology that governs how we exercise and can get the most benefit from doing so. Our approach is logical and has a clear method running throughout it. Part 1 of the Foundation series. We discuss why we exercise in general and cover some of the physiology that governs how we exercise and can get the most benefit from doing so. Our approach is logical and has a clear method running throughout it. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Coaching Business Leaders 41 Coaching Business Leaders full No No 15632670-9fe7-4a3e-b2c1-fec7cf7d6065 https://share.transistor.fm/s/fbe1a5ae How effective business leaders stay fit and healthy and use gym training to enhance their working lives.

We've noticed that many of the client at Profound Fitness are managers, CEOs, Executives and business owners. 
They are drawn to seek out experts in other fields for assistance as they themselves are experts in their own fields of business.

Something they have in common is they use exercise to enhance performance in business just like an athlete uses it to enhance performance in competitive events; because business is a competitive event.

We discuss the role of exercise in these leaders, how we have used our methods to serve them and what we have observed and learned in turn from coaching them.

Major trends involve the desire for a results based raining system. 
The reduction of sick days and doctor visits. 
Clearer focus and enhanced physical capability(good energy levels)

An effective training programme that is optimally designed for an outcome and efficiently designed to take up no more time in the gym that it ever should.


If you would like coaching or to have us deliver one of our many talks geared at health, fitness and excellence then you can contact us via the info below:


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
How effective business leaders stay fit and healthy and use gym training to enhance their working lives.

We've noticed that many of the client at Profound Fitness are managers, CEOs, Executives and business owners. 
They are drawn to seek out experts in other fields for assistance as they themselves are experts in their own fields of business.

Something they have in common is they use exercise to enhance performance in business just like an athlete uses it to enhance performance in competitive events; because business is a competitive event.

We discuss the role of exercise in these leaders, how we have used our methods to serve them and what we have observed and learned in turn from coaching them.

Major trends involve the desire for a results based raining system. 
The reduction of sick days and doctor visits. 
Clearer focus and enhanced physical capability(good energy levels)

An effective training programme that is optimally designed for an outcome and efficiently designed to take up no more time in the gym that it ever should.


If you would like coaching or to have us deliver one of our many talks geared at health, fitness and excellence then you can contact us via the info below:


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
Sun, 10 May 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2358 How effective business leaders stay fit and healthy and use gym training to enhance their working lives. How effective business leaders stay fit and healthy and use gym training to enhance their working lives. business leadership, health for executives, short workouts, business health, workouts for busy people, ceo, executives, leadership, business leaders, corporate health, corporate wellbeing, No No
Back Pain 101 40 Back Pain 101 full No No 502ac996-084d-4b8e-988c-27314bb34d8c https://share.transistor.fm/s/616b2e4f ** Important disclaimer**
If you are experiencing pain and this includes back pain, it is advised that you first seek medical guidance from your GP/Doctor before engaging in any physical activity.

On this episode:

Mike & Byron discuss why back pain is so incredibly common in most people over 30 years old and explain why strength training has a high effectiveness in treating and helping manage it.

We explain cases of back pain where you should see a doctor and don't need any alternative options (nerve related pain symptoms)

We talk about the over lap of medical problems and the limitations of doctors and physios in situations like this and where they can be helpful.

We discuss the evolutionary origins of back pain (where it comes from in our history) as well as how reliable diagnostics such as MRIs and X rays are in this situation.

We talk in detail about the kind of exercise approach we take and why we believe strengthening exercises produce the results they do.

Have you had back pain or do you know someone that suffers from it?
Please share this podcast with them.

Contact us through the gym with any questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 

]]>
** Important disclaimer**
If you are experiencing pain and this includes back pain, it is advised that you first seek medical guidance from your GP/Doctor before engaging in any physical activity.

On this episode:

Mike & Byron discuss why back pain is so incredibly common in most people over 30 years old and explain why strength training has a high effectiveness in treating and helping manage it.

We explain cases of back pain where you should see a doctor and don't need any alternative options (nerve related pain symptoms)

We talk about the over lap of medical problems and the limitations of doctors and physios in situations like this and where they can be helpful.

We discuss the evolutionary origins of back pain (where it comes from in our history) as well as how reliable diagnostics such as MRIs and X rays are in this situation.

We talk in detail about the kind of exercise approach we take and why we believe strengthening exercises produce the results they do.

Have you had back pain or do you know someone that suffers from it?
Please share this podcast with them.

Contact us through the gym with any questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 

]]>
Sun, 03 May 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 3049 Mike & Byron discuss why back pain is so incredibly common in most people over 30 years old and explain why strength training has such high effectiveness in treating and helping manage it. Mike & Byron discuss why back pain is so incredibly common in most people over 30 years old and explain why strength training has such high effectiveness in treating and helping manage it. back pain, chronic back pain, pain, strength training for bad back, bad back, lordosis, kyphosis, scoliosis, back trouble, back tweaks, No No
Coaching In A Time Of Crisis 39 Coaching In A Time Of Crisis full No No b8d583cf-1193-4c64-8708-d94033ba95d9 https://share.transistor.fm/s/285350ee Recorded during late April of 2020 Mike & Byron discuss the changes they have had to make to maintain their strength and health as well as how they have coached during this time of crisis and guidance they have been giving clients.

We chat about why certain habit changes such as socialising are so very hard to make workable in the long term and methods for making them work now, even when we momentarily forget. 

We go onto to talk about the role that exercise and strength plays in health and the immune system, and how the Profound Fitness approach favours economy over excess when it comes to equipment and facilities. 

This approach has in turn benefitted out clients as they have found themselves with a very short shopping list of good equipment to purchase when it comes to onwards training, done remotely.

We talk about repurposing the home to become a multiple use family space as well as work environment.
Also, when it's time to give yourself a break and how to not fall into the over work trap! 
Setting rules, boundaries and limitations. 

Setting up new good habits to maintain productivity and supporting a sense of ongoing control and accomplishment.

We mention fixes we have applied to manage workflow and how we both structure our days.


We discuss our future expectations for gym goers and gyms and how things might be different post - lockdown.

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Byron's articles are available online at:
https://www.strengthrevolution.org/articlesnews 


Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 

]]>
Recorded during late April of 2020 Mike & Byron discuss the changes they have had to make to maintain their strength and health as well as how they have coached during this time of crisis and guidance they have been giving clients.

We chat about why certain habit changes such as socialising are so very hard to make workable in the long term and methods for making them work now, even when we momentarily forget. 

We go onto to talk about the role that exercise and strength plays in health and the immune system, and how the Profound Fitness approach favours economy over excess when it comes to equipment and facilities. 

This approach has in turn benefitted out clients as they have found themselves with a very short shopping list of good equipment to purchase when it comes to onwards training, done remotely.

We talk about repurposing the home to become a multiple use family space as well as work environment.
Also, when it's time to give yourself a break and how to not fall into the over work trap! 
Setting rules, boundaries and limitations. 

Setting up new good habits to maintain productivity and supporting a sense of ongoing control and accomplishment.

We mention fixes we have applied to manage workflow and how we both structure our days.


We discuss our future expectations for gym goers and gyms and how things might be different post - lockdown.

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Byron's articles are available online at:
https://www.strengthrevolution.org/articlesnews 


Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 

]]>
Sun, 26 Apr 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2886 Recorded during late April of 2020 Mike & Byron discuss the changes they have had to make to maintain their strength and health as well as how they have coached during this time of crisis and guidance they have been giving clients. Recorded during late April of 2020 Mike & Byron discuss the changes they have had to make to maintain their strength and health as well as how they have coached during this time of crisis and guidance they have been giving clients. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
The Gift Of Injury 38 The Gift Of Injury full No No 9cbcd317-cd15-41a3-a412-2b15f8ad3e8e https://share.transistor.fm/s/8ab372f4 Injuries are unwelcome and yet afford us the time to reassess our training and approach to move forwards. 

Mike and Byron discuss injuries they've had in and out of the gym as well as their approach to getting back to training in spite of them.

This podcast presents a positive angle on the subject of injury. 

Whether a person has a pre existing injury or it happens during their sport we cover past case histories, as well as talk you through instances where we have been injured.

We go onto detail our approach to managing the first 24 hours of a gym injury should you have one, and discuss why strength training in the way we do it has a very low injury probability when compared to sports and other physical activities.

We also cover 3 important steps to to minimise the chance of you injuring yourself during your weight training session.


We round up by talking about 2 inspirational cases from the sporting world, where despite poor physical circumstances, both athletes went on to achieve greatness.

Profound Fitness specialises in ongoing athletic rehab in conjunction with other health professionals.
If you need guidance you can reach out to us via the contact details below.

*Credit to Authors - Stuart McGill & Brian Carroll for coming up with the phrase "Gift of Injury" in their book of the same name. 
A copy is on shelf at Profound Fitness for anyone that would like to see this great book.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 




]]>
Injuries are unwelcome and yet afford us the time to reassess our training and approach to move forwards. 

Mike and Byron discuss injuries they've had in and out of the gym as well as their approach to getting back to training in spite of them.

This podcast presents a positive angle on the subject of injury. 

Whether a person has a pre existing injury or it happens during their sport we cover past case histories, as well as talk you through instances where we have been injured.

We go onto detail our approach to managing the first 24 hours of a gym injury should you have one, and discuss why strength training in the way we do it has a very low injury probability when compared to sports and other physical activities.

We also cover 3 important steps to to minimise the chance of you injuring yourself during your weight training session.


We round up by talking about 2 inspirational cases from the sporting world, where despite poor physical circumstances, both athletes went on to achieve greatness.

Profound Fitness specialises in ongoing athletic rehab in conjunction with other health professionals.
If you need guidance you can reach out to us via the contact details below.

*Credit to Authors - Stuart McGill & Brian Carroll for coming up with the phrase "Gift of Injury" in their book of the same name. 
A copy is on shelf at Profound Fitness for anyone that would like to see this great book.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 




]]>
Sun, 19 Apr 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2653 Injuries are unwelcome and yet afford us the time to reassess our training and approach to move forwards. Mike and Byron discuss injuries they've had in and out of the gym as well as their approach to getting back to training in spite of them. Injuries are unwelcome and yet afford us the time to reassess our training and approach to move forwards. Mike and Byron discuss injuries they've had in and out of the gym as well as their approach to getting back to training in spite of them. gym injury, injuries, sports injury, injury rehab, back pain, gym fails, rehabilitation, No No
The Art Of Online Coaching 37 The Art Of Online Coaching full No No c81f3868-5177-4be7-a84b-79b8bd071729 https://share.transistor.fm/s/1ec5181c Recent events (Covid 19) have forced a radical shift in personal trainers switching to online programmes and services.

In this episode Mike and Byron start by discussing the big differences between working with a personal trainer or coach.


Many times in the industry these terms are used interchangeably but in reality they mean different things!
Even the professionals themselves seem to sometimes lack a full understanding of these terms, which is worrying but true in many instances.

Despite this many good people do pay money for something labelled as one thing which actually turns out to be another. This podcast aims to help you be able to make a sound choice for online coaching whatever your goal is and with whatever equipment you have access to.

Mike and Byron go on to give useful guidance on finding a good online coach or trainer and how to assess if they are best placed to help you achieve your goals.

The main topic of the podcast is how they offer online coaching and the system they use to ensure onwards progress in a safe and practical manner via the online approach.

They are honest about the positives of online coaching as well as the limitations of it and how in person coaching will always be the gold standard.

FREE EBOOK
To help you learn to lift and assess whether a trainer or coach is suitable to hire!
If you are interested in Byron's online book you can view that at.
https://www.strengthrevolution.org/

Mike’s online personal training platform. Free consultation to discuss your goals and individual circumstances! 
https://www.mwfitnesscoach.co.uk/coaching/online-coaching/

In person and general enquiries please contact us with the details below.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/



If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 




]]>
Recent events (Covid 19) have forced a radical shift in personal trainers switching to online programmes and services.

In this episode Mike and Byron start by discussing the big differences between working with a personal trainer or coach.


Many times in the industry these terms are used interchangeably but in reality they mean different things!
Even the professionals themselves seem to sometimes lack a full understanding of these terms, which is worrying but true in many instances.

Despite this many good people do pay money for something labelled as one thing which actually turns out to be another. This podcast aims to help you be able to make a sound choice for online coaching whatever your goal is and with whatever equipment you have access to.

Mike and Byron go on to give useful guidance on finding a good online coach or trainer and how to assess if they are best placed to help you achieve your goals.

The main topic of the podcast is how they offer online coaching and the system they use to ensure onwards progress in a safe and practical manner via the online approach.

They are honest about the positives of online coaching as well as the limitations of it and how in person coaching will always be the gold standard.

FREE EBOOK
To help you learn to lift and assess whether a trainer or coach is suitable to hire!
If you are interested in Byron's online book you can view that at.
https://www.strengthrevolution.org/

Mike’s online personal training platform. Free consultation to discuss your goals and individual circumstances! 
https://www.mwfitnesscoach.co.uk/coaching/online-coaching/

In person and general enquiries please contact us with the details below.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/



If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 




]]>
Sun, 12 Apr 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2936 Mike & Byron discuss the way to get the best results from online coaching. And explore the big differences in between a personal training experience on line vs a true coaching via the internet. Mike & Byron discuss the way to get the best results from online coaching. And explore the big differences in between a personal training experience on line vs a true coaching via the internet. online personal training, online strength coaching, online coaching, internet health and fitness, online workout programme, garage gym, home workout, home gym, online pt, No No
They Did What!?..Lessons We Learned From The Professions 36 They Did What!?..Lessons We Learned From The Professions full No No 19a2344e-6613-4671-91c1-2b419cc01613 https://share.transistor.fm/s/c8362863 We take a side step from our usual health chat to discuss how customer service we have received and business systems we have been helped or hindered by has influenced our professional practice. 

In an era when business loyalty is at an all time low, we explore what has worked for us as customers and what we would avoid doing at all costs!!!

In this episode we change the names to protect the guilty and shine a light on the good ones.

We discuss the excellent examples we have seen of great craftmanship in work combined with honesty and integrity. 
We've modelled our businesses around being like this and having our clients be delighted with the results for years.

Sadly it has not all been like that, and we also talk about the negative experiences we have seen.

Byron recounts stories of terrible rewards as a member of executive clubs with a certain airline.
There are stories of businesses that have staff that cannot listen and horror stories of out of date tech that slowed entire operations down to a grinding halt.


We explore the benefits of being a small operation with autonomy and a clear direction.
How we like to communicate fast and decisively as well as reward our best clients instead of punish them!

We talk about Mike Matthews of Team Legion and Byron details how he learned to create a product the he himself always wanted in fitness and health as well as then over deliver on service.


At Profound Fitness we've steered away from the corporate model of charging as much as you can and giving as little as possible (nickle n' diming the customer), and embraced charging a fair price for our services and caring about the work we do and people we serve.



Got a podcast topic you'd like us to talk about? Drop us a line at the sites below!

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 



]]>
We take a side step from our usual health chat to discuss how customer service we have received and business systems we have been helped or hindered by has influenced our professional practice. 

In an era when business loyalty is at an all time low, we explore what has worked for us as customers and what we would avoid doing at all costs!!!

In this episode we change the names to protect the guilty and shine a light on the good ones.

We discuss the excellent examples we have seen of great craftmanship in work combined with honesty and integrity. 
We've modelled our businesses around being like this and having our clients be delighted with the results for years.

Sadly it has not all been like that, and we also talk about the negative experiences we have seen.

Byron recounts stories of terrible rewards as a member of executive clubs with a certain airline.
There are stories of businesses that have staff that cannot listen and horror stories of out of date tech that slowed entire operations down to a grinding halt.


We explore the benefits of being a small operation with autonomy and a clear direction.
How we like to communicate fast and decisively as well as reward our best clients instead of punish them!

We talk about Mike Matthews of Team Legion and Byron details how he learned to create a product the he himself always wanted in fitness and health as well as then over deliver on service.


At Profound Fitness we've steered away from the corporate model of charging as much as you can and giving as little as possible (nickle n' diming the customer), and embraced charging a fair price for our services and caring about the work we do and people we serve.



Got a podcast topic you'd like us to talk about? Drop us a line at the sites below!

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 



]]>
Sun, 05 Apr 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2938 We take a side step from our usual health chat to discuss how customer service we have received and business systems we have been helped or hindered by has influenced our professional practice. We take a side step from our usual health chat to discuss how customer service we have received and business systems we have been helped or hindered by has influenced our professional practice. customer service, professionalism, being professional, value, customer journey, No No
Cardio 101 35 Cardio 101 full No No 8663a6f8-32fa-4da5-b1a5-b0e80945369f https://share.transistor.fm/s/0f3601ff The basics of the body's energy systems and the role that cardio training plays for everyday health, plus how and when to include it into your gym training.

We start with an explanation of what we are really training when we train cardio and this means a basic understanding of the energy systems of the body.

Byron covers the creatine phosphate energy system, lactate energy system (glycolytic) and the aerobic energy system.

We issue a cautionary for excessive cardio when it comes to very long distance bouts of it and how this may go against muscle building and repair processes.

We further detail effective ways to lose fat in a healthy lifestyle and help you understand the balance that cardio and strength training would ideally have.


We go onto discuss how many detrained people may not initially need cardio more than strength training. 
We discuss when to include it and how to grade it in to be as efficient as possible in a training programme for a busy person. 

We explain when cardio might be needed right away when beginning exercise in weight loss cases. 

We cover our preferred approaches to doing cardio that include when to use moderate steady state and when to use interval type training.

Mike also talks in detail about using cardio training for athletes who need to enhance performance with it.

In summary, most people have done or continue to do excessive cardio in their weekly activity and although having a level of aerobic fitness is warranted they may be missing out on the benefits that only resistance training can bring. 

Cardio does definitely have its place in any long term programme, but generally in our experience most people would benefit from building and maintaining basic strength levels as a primary, with cardio as adjunct training.

The exception being athletes whom we will most likely cover more on in later podcasts.

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
The basics of the body's energy systems and the role that cardio training plays for everyday health, plus how and when to include it into your gym training.

We start with an explanation of what we are really training when we train cardio and this means a basic understanding of the energy systems of the body.

Byron covers the creatine phosphate energy system, lactate energy system (glycolytic) and the aerobic energy system.

We issue a cautionary for excessive cardio when it comes to very long distance bouts of it and how this may go against muscle building and repair processes.

We further detail effective ways to lose fat in a healthy lifestyle and help you understand the balance that cardio and strength training would ideally have.


We go onto discuss how many detrained people may not initially need cardio more than strength training. 
We discuss when to include it and how to grade it in to be as efficient as possible in a training programme for a busy person. 

We explain when cardio might be needed right away when beginning exercise in weight loss cases. 

We cover our preferred approaches to doing cardio that include when to use moderate steady state and when to use interval type training.

Mike also talks in detail about using cardio training for athletes who need to enhance performance with it.

In summary, most people have done or continue to do excessive cardio in their weekly activity and although having a level of aerobic fitness is warranted they may be missing out on the benefits that only resistance training can bring. 

Cardio does definitely have its place in any long term programme, but generally in our experience most people would benefit from building and maintaining basic strength levels as a primary, with cardio as adjunct training.

The exception being athletes whom we will most likely cover more on in later podcasts.

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
Sun, 29 Mar 2020 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 3294 The basics of the body's energy systems and the role that cardio training plays for everyday health and how and when to include it into your gym training. The basics of the body's energy systems and the role that cardio training plays for everyday health and how and when to include it into your gym training. cardio, hiit, aerobic, cv, treadmill, heart rate, cardiovascular training, jogging, cycling, running, cardio gym, fitness No No
Client Spotlight Jess Stevens 76kg Weight Loss 34 Client Spotlight Jess Stevens 76kg Weight Loss full No No 88853a16-0687-4d4e-b22e-0bfdf6ab2851 https://share.transistor.fm/s/0980ae68 Welcoming back Jess Stevens to the podcast, charting her course of losing 12st/76kg/167lbs. We discuss the turning points that mattered the most to help her lose weight and how she modified her life under her own terms to make it all work.


Jess joined is for the ladies takeover the podcast in February, and we welcome her back today to tell her startling story of weight gained and then lost.

We discuss the life events that happened that led to her weight gain over a 2 year period, explore the environmental factors as well as the logistical and lifestyle events in general.

Jess then goes on to tell us about the two key moments that happened in her life which acted as trigger points for her to self-realise and thereby accept that she was in an unhappy and unhealthy place, then move forwards to begin the path back to a healthy lifestyle and healthy weight range.

Now, as an active healthy woman she talks about the kind of training she currently does.

The role that personal training played in her life and how her belief in herself developed, how her friendship circles changed and how she now has a positive future with both food, her career and her capability in exercise.


Jess on Instagram:

@Jastevens5
https://www.instagram.com/Jastevens5/ 

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 



]]>
Welcoming back Jess Stevens to the podcast, charting her course of losing 12st/76kg/167lbs. We discuss the turning points that mattered the most to help her lose weight and how she modified her life under her own terms to make it all work.


Jess joined is for the ladies takeover the podcast in February, and we welcome her back today to tell her startling story of weight gained and then lost.

We discuss the life events that happened that led to her weight gain over a 2 year period, explore the environmental factors as well as the logistical and lifestyle events in general.

Jess then goes on to tell us about the two key moments that happened in her life which acted as trigger points for her to self-realise and thereby accept that she was in an unhappy and unhealthy place, then move forwards to begin the path back to a healthy lifestyle and healthy weight range.

Now, as an active healthy woman she talks about the kind of training she currently does.

The role that personal training played in her life and how her belief in herself developed, how her friendship circles changed and how she now has a positive future with both food, her career and her capability in exercise.


Jess on Instagram:

@Jastevens5
https://www.instagram.com/Jastevens5/ 

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 



]]>
Sun, 22 Mar 2020 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 3456 Welcoming back Jess Stevens to the podcast, charting her course of losing 12st/76kg/167lbs. We discuss the turning points that mattered the most to help her lose weight and how she modified her life under her own terms to make it all work. Welcoming back Jess Stevens to the podcast, charting her course of losing 12st/76kg/167lbs. We discuss the turning points that mattered the most to help her lose weight and how she modified her life under her own terms to make it all work. weight loss, fat loss, weight watchers, diets, transformation, women strength training, body confidence, obesity, obese No No
Racing With Rheumatoid Arthritis Feat. Cyclist Kirsty Twelftree 33 Racing With Rheumatoid Arthritis Feat. Cyclist Kirsty Twelftree full No No c813a5b5-7afb-4f9d-b969-45670cc9702e https://share.transistor.fm/s/612b2414 Kirsty had suffered from rheumatoid arthritis from the age of 17. She tried everything the medical world had to offer to no avail. 


Her incredible resilience and determination to never give up lead her to training at Profound Fitness. 


Listen in to her incredible story form being in daily pain to performing at a high level in mountain biking. 


Kirsty’s shares what the first flare ups were like and how they continued to plague her 20’s 


Learn what it might be like to hear a diagnosis. It would be very easy to give up never work and that couldn’t be further from what Kirsty did. 


Not only does a Rheumatoid Arthritis sufferer have to endure painful flare ups but to take medication that has very bad side effects.

Plus it still didn’t combat the worst of the flare ups which required further injunctions of steroids. This was the final straw for Kirsty..


Kirsty got in touch with Mike and discussed her plan to try and see if making herself strong could help.

She talks about how scared she was. Even getting a gym membership was terrifying, and the thought of lifting weights seemed daunting.


One of the main questions Mike had to go over with Kirsty was "what are the expectations"?. 

Turns out she had high expectations. 
She wanted to recover, work full time and race mountain bikes every weekend!
Plus make the training schedule that would make her competitive. 


Kirsty talks us through her mindset, how she overcame the hurdles, embraced training and how it led her to reduce her medication as she became stronger. 


The true test for Kirsty and the icing on the cake was racing in the Red Bull time laps 

This is a 25 hour race that demands incredible physical capability from the best of athletes.

Hear her story and more on this edition of the podcast.


Follow Kirsty on Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/kirstytwelftree/


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
Kirsty had suffered from rheumatoid arthritis from the age of 17. She tried everything the medical world had to offer to no avail. 


Her incredible resilience and determination to never give up lead her to training at Profound Fitness. 


Listen in to her incredible story form being in daily pain to performing at a high level in mountain biking. 


Kirsty’s shares what the first flare ups were like and how they continued to plague her 20’s 


Learn what it might be like to hear a diagnosis. It would be very easy to give up never work and that couldn’t be further from what Kirsty did. 


Not only does a Rheumatoid Arthritis sufferer have to endure painful flare ups but to take medication that has very bad side effects.

Plus it still didn’t combat the worst of the flare ups which required further injunctions of steroids. This was the final straw for Kirsty..


Kirsty got in touch with Mike and discussed her plan to try and see if making herself strong could help.

She talks about how scared she was. Even getting a gym membership was terrifying, and the thought of lifting weights seemed daunting.


One of the main questions Mike had to go over with Kirsty was "what are the expectations"?. 

Turns out she had high expectations. 
She wanted to recover, work full time and race mountain bikes every weekend!
Plus make the training schedule that would make her competitive. 


Kirsty talks us through her mindset, how she overcame the hurdles, embraced training and how it led her to reduce her medication as she became stronger. 


The true test for Kirsty and the icing on the cake was racing in the Red Bull time laps 

This is a 25 hour race that demands incredible physical capability from the best of athletes.

Hear her story and more on this edition of the podcast.


Follow Kirsty on Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/kirstytwelftree/


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
Sun, 15 Mar 2020 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2700 After experiencing the painful symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis at just 17 years old Kirsty's life could have gone on a downward spiral. Instead she took up strength training with Mike, continued cycling and has not looked back. After experiencing the painful symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis at just 17 years old Kirsty's life could have gone on a downward spiral. Instead she took up strength training with Mike, continued cycling and has not looked back. Arthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, joint pain, cycling, mountain biking, MTB, enduro, sigma sports, kirsty twelftree, biking, riding, mountain bike, No No
Coronavirus. Practical Health Steps You Can Take. 32 Coronavirus. Practical Health Steps You Can Take. full No No cc7bbf19-ee87-4251-9978-1d52405cc1a3 https://share.transistor.fm/s/bed19195 Jack Godden, general manager of Team Medic joins us to brief us on the latest info on coronavirus and give guidance on staying healthy.

Jack talks us through the steps for individuals to take to mitigate the risks of picking up sicknesses such as coronavirus and flu like illnesses. 

He also gives practical advice for minimising the risks of transmission for coaches and personal trainers that can be implemented by gyms and any other organisations where people meet and share facilities.

Key Points Include:

Thorough hand washing done frequently.
Cough/sneeze into elbow.
Carry an additional hand sanitiser.
Avoid touching your face.
Keep a thermometer at home, Jack recommends and ear thermometer by Braun.
Be careful on exiting bathrooms and toilets to use a paper towel to open doors.


Jack Godden & Team Medic 


https://www.team-medic.com/

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

https://www.who.int/

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-information-for-the-public



If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 








]]>
Jack Godden, general manager of Team Medic joins us to brief us on the latest info on coronavirus and give guidance on staying healthy.

Jack talks us through the steps for individuals to take to mitigate the risks of picking up sicknesses such as coronavirus and flu like illnesses. 

He also gives practical advice for minimising the risks of transmission for coaches and personal trainers that can be implemented by gyms and any other organisations where people meet and share facilities.

Key Points Include:

Thorough hand washing done frequently.
Cough/sneeze into elbow.
Carry an additional hand sanitiser.
Avoid touching your face.
Keep a thermometer at home, Jack recommends and ear thermometer by Braun.
Be careful on exiting bathrooms and toilets to use a paper towel to open doors.


Jack Godden & Team Medic 


https://www.team-medic.com/

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

https://www.who.int/

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-information-for-the-public



If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 








]]>
Sun, 08 Mar 2020 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 1568 Jack Godden, general manager of Team Medic joins us to brief us on the latest info on coronavirus and give guidance on staying healthy. Jack Godden, general manager of Team Medic joins us to brief us on the latest info on coronavirus and give guidance on staying healthy. coronavirus, COVID-19, virus, pandemic, flu, influenza, pandemic, coronavirus advice, sickness bugs, cold and flu, No No
The Insider's Guide To Great Books For Coaches & Lifters 31 The Insider's Guide To Great Books For Coaches & Lifters full No No 608890ae-cf1c-4cc8-abac-4d98323386cd https://share.transistor.fm/s/13367abc Mike & Byron geek out on some of the best books in the business for gym training, strength, physique and nutrition. Mike also includes several books he loves on management and leadership. 


As coaches much of our time away from the gym is spent in research and continually refining our knowledge and ability.
Much of the high street shelves are dominated by glossy magazines and constant new releases for the latest diet fad, Mike and Byron do not advise pursuing these kind of resources and detail why. 

Where there are many voices and much shouting in the fitness space, there are few voices that are really worth your time and money. 

We consider part of our jobs as being filtering out the nonsense and bringing you only the most effective systems to help you.

Too many resources want to entertain you, and that leads to exercise NOT training. 
Because that can mean the difference between actually getting the results you want and not we shortlist some of our best reads that you might want to include on your bookshelf.

Some of out favourite books include:

Bigger Leaner Stronger & Thinner Leaner Stronger
Starting Strength & Practical Programming 3rd Editions
The work of Renaissance Periodisation
The Barbell Prescription
Chimp Management
Chasing Excellence
The World's Fittest Book.

Need great coaching online or in person?
Contact us to get started


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
Mike & Byron geek out on some of the best books in the business for gym training, strength, physique and nutrition. Mike also includes several books he loves on management and leadership. 


As coaches much of our time away from the gym is spent in research and continually refining our knowledge and ability.
Much of the high street shelves are dominated by glossy magazines and constant new releases for the latest diet fad, Mike and Byron do not advise pursuing these kind of resources and detail why. 

Where there are many voices and much shouting in the fitness space, there are few voices that are really worth your time and money. 

We consider part of our jobs as being filtering out the nonsense and bringing you only the most effective systems to help you.

Too many resources want to entertain you, and that leads to exercise NOT training. 
Because that can mean the difference between actually getting the results you want and not we shortlist some of our best reads that you might want to include on your bookshelf.

Some of out favourite books include:

Bigger Leaner Stronger & Thinner Leaner Stronger
Starting Strength & Practical Programming 3rd Editions
The work of Renaissance Periodisation
The Barbell Prescription
Chimp Management
Chasing Excellence
The World's Fittest Book.

Need great coaching online or in person?
Contact us to get started


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
Sun, 01 Mar 2020 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 3614 Mike & Byron geek out on some of the best books in the business for gym training, strength, physique and nutrition. Mike also includes several books he loves on management and leadership. Mike & Byron geek out on some of the best books in the business for gym training, strength, physique and nutrition. Mike also includes several books he loves on management and leadership. fitness books, health books, exercise literature, starting strength, No No
The Yoga Podcast of Your Dreams (If you like to lift!) with Zahir Akram 30 The Yoga Podcast of Your Dreams (If you like to lift!) with Zahir Akram full No No 5b891231-0244-42f7-bd62-5eb10077fee3 https://share.transistor.fm/s/f12e04e4 Prepare yourself for the most down to earth straight talking yogi you'll ever hear from.
.
Zahir Akram is the proprietor of Akram Yoga in Addlestone Surrey and author of Yoga, Madness or Meditation.
.
In this podcast he walks us through his personal yoga journey and his current thoughts on yoga, how  too much mobility might not be a good thing and how many people approach what yoga can do for them in totally the wrong way!
.
Zahir is open about his suffering from debilitating back pain, depression and having to undergo bedrest where he was unable to work and nearly losing his house.
.
This remarkably candid interview charts Zahir's story from his lowest point into his journey with strength training, discovering yoga and opening the inspirational Akram Yoga studios.
.
Zahir goes on to walk us through the basics of yoga, how to have a great first class, tips for unsticking yourself if you are an intermediate who is not progressing and how to balance yoga with other training.
.
He points out that the pilgrimage to India may never be necessary, as the values of yoga are there to be discovered within each of one of us.
.
This podcast is full of humour, humbleness and great advice from Zahir on the positive aspects of a sometimes confusing physical and spiritual practice.

To read more about Zahir, his studio or his book check out.
https://www.akramyoga.co.uk

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
Prepare yourself for the most down to earth straight talking yogi you'll ever hear from.
.
Zahir Akram is the proprietor of Akram Yoga in Addlestone Surrey and author of Yoga, Madness or Meditation.
.
In this podcast he walks us through his personal yoga journey and his current thoughts on yoga, how  too much mobility might not be a good thing and how many people approach what yoga can do for them in totally the wrong way!
.
Zahir is open about his suffering from debilitating back pain, depression and having to undergo bedrest where he was unable to work and nearly losing his house.
.
This remarkably candid interview charts Zahir's story from his lowest point into his journey with strength training, discovering yoga and opening the inspirational Akram Yoga studios.
.
Zahir goes on to walk us through the basics of yoga, how to have a great first class, tips for unsticking yourself if you are an intermediate who is not progressing and how to balance yoga with other training.
.
He points out that the pilgrimage to India may never be necessary, as the values of yoga are there to be discovered within each of one of us.
.
This podcast is full of humour, humbleness and great advice from Zahir on the positive aspects of a sometimes confusing physical and spiritual practice.

To read more about Zahir, his studio or his book check out.
https://www.akramyoga.co.uk

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
Sun, 23 Feb 2020 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 3667 Special guest Zahir Akram walks us through the ABCs of physical yoga. It's benefit to us as strength lifters and removes some of the confusion around this ancient art. Special guest Zahir Akram walks us through the ABCs of physical yoga. It's benefit to us as strength lifters and removes some of the confusion around this ancient art. yoga, strength and yoga, mobility, shoulder health, yogi, ashtanga, hatha yoga, zahir akram, akram yoga, surrey yoga No No
Ladies Take Over The Podcast Feat. Rachel, Viv, Shamee & Jess 29 Ladies Take Over The Podcast Feat. Rachel, Viv, Shamee & Jess full No No 2cab2692-55c6-4161-a3d2-8c59cf53cfe2 https://share.transistor.fm/s/767aa59f Join us as, Viv, Shamee, Rachel & Jess discuss women in weight training, their own stories with gym training and exercise as well their expectations of the body over the different decades of life.
.
These ladies have embraced strength training, and now use weights in addition to other sports and types of physcial activity. 
Each one has become the architect of her own body and in this podcast they tell us all about the good times and the challenges they have faced along the way.
.
They talk about  the importance of working with a professional if you are just starting out and finding the right environment to train in when it comes to building the confidence mindset with weights.
.
Shamee and Viv discuss motherhood, how the body changes during pregnancy, getting back to pre pregnancy weight ranges and much more.
.
Jess speaks about her dramatic weight transformation and her approach to long term consistency and achieving goal after goal with her body, training and competitive events.

.
Rachel discusses why ladies need to lift for healthy ageing, maintaining lean body mass and bone health, and helps dissolve the fear that women sometimes have of entering into the weights area of some gyms.
.
The ladies discuss training with other women and give guidance on selecting a great training partner as well as finding the right classes or environment to lift in and developing a solid mindset for consistency in becoming strong and healthy.

.
Find our guests online at the following Instagram accounts:

Rachel - (Personal Trainer, Competitive Rower)
@tasker33

Viv (Personal Trainer)
@vivienneallan

Shamee (Host of Starting Monday Podcast)
@startingmonday919

Jess  (Former Rower, Sports Science & Education)
@jastevens5

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
Join us as, Viv, Shamee, Rachel & Jess discuss women in weight training, their own stories with gym training and exercise as well their expectations of the body over the different decades of life.
.
These ladies have embraced strength training, and now use weights in addition to other sports and types of physcial activity. 
Each one has become the architect of her own body and in this podcast they tell us all about the good times and the challenges they have faced along the way.
.
They talk about  the importance of working with a professional if you are just starting out and finding the right environment to train in when it comes to building the confidence mindset with weights.
.
Shamee and Viv discuss motherhood, how the body changes during pregnancy, getting back to pre pregnancy weight ranges and much more.
.
Jess speaks about her dramatic weight transformation and her approach to long term consistency and achieving goal after goal with her body, training and competitive events.

.
Rachel discusses why ladies need to lift for healthy ageing, maintaining lean body mass and bone health, and helps dissolve the fear that women sometimes have of entering into the weights area of some gyms.
.
The ladies discuss training with other women and give guidance on selecting a great training partner as well as finding the right classes or environment to lift in and developing a solid mindset for consistency in becoming strong and healthy.

.
Find our guests online at the following Instagram accounts:

Rachel - (Personal Trainer, Competitive Rower)
@tasker33

Viv (Personal Trainer)
@vivienneallan

Shamee (Host of Starting Monday Podcast)
@startingmonday919

Jess  (Former Rower, Sports Science & Education)
@jastevens5

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


]]>
Sun, 16 Feb 2020 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 4585 Join us as, Viv, Shamee, Rachel & Jess discuss women in weight training, their own stories with gym and exercise as well their expectations of the body over the different decades of life. Join us as, Viv, Shamee, Rachel & Jess discuss women in weight training, their own stories with gym and exercise as well their expectations of the body over the different decades of life. women weight training, ladies health, women exercise, strength training for women, menopause, exercise post menopause, No No
How To Improve Your Mental Wellbeing With Exercise 28 How To Improve Your Mental Wellbeing With Exercise full No No 818a5faf-6daa-471d-863d-e8b09b9c44cf https://share.transistor.fm/s/2b7fce42 In Autumn 2019 Mike asked Byron to investigate the clinical studies and literature behind links to physical activity and cognitive benefits such as reducing day-to-day psychological stress.

These evidence based findings where presented in our health and wellbeing talk on managing day today stress, where we were joined by co-presenter Garry Coles MSc.

It was our most well attended talk at Profound Fitness to date and this podcast goes into greater detail into the clinical findings; whereupon we explain the most useful points uncovered by a selection of the studies spanning back 40 years.

** IMPORTANT** for those people currently receiving treatment and managing psychological conditions you should always consult with your medical provider (doctor) before starting physical activity or discontinuing any medications.

The overall findings where very positive for being physically active and reducing symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression.

By the end of the podcast you'll have a clear picture of different exercise forms that can be of use, as well as how much and how often they could be used to generate a benefit when it comes to reducing stress, anxiety and depression.

Mike also details info about the use of exercise when working with clients who have Parkinson's disease.

Much of the talk was geared towards managing day to day stress and particularly applies to business professionals.

We are available to bring this talk to your workplace, group or society and you can contact us below for more information.


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/



If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 

]]>
In Autumn 2019 Mike asked Byron to investigate the clinical studies and literature behind links to physical activity and cognitive benefits such as reducing day-to-day psychological stress.

These evidence based findings where presented in our health and wellbeing talk on managing day today stress, where we were joined by co-presenter Garry Coles MSc.

It was our most well attended talk at Profound Fitness to date and this podcast goes into greater detail into the clinical findings; whereupon we explain the most useful points uncovered by a selection of the studies spanning back 40 years.

** IMPORTANT** for those people currently receiving treatment and managing psychological conditions you should always consult with your medical provider (doctor) before starting physical activity or discontinuing any medications.

The overall findings where very positive for being physically active and reducing symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression.

By the end of the podcast you'll have a clear picture of different exercise forms that can be of use, as well as how much and how often they could be used to generate a benefit when it comes to reducing stress, anxiety and depression.

Mike also details info about the use of exercise when working with clients who have Parkinson's disease.

Much of the talk was geared towards managing day to day stress and particularly applies to business professionals.

We are available to bring this talk to your workplace, group or society and you can contact us below for more information.


Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/



If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 

]]>
Sun, 09 Feb 2020 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2329 Unpacking the clinical studies and research into an exercise prescription that could help reduce stress, anxiety, depression and more. Unpacking the clinical studies and research into an exercise prescription that could help reduce stress, anxiety, depression and more. stress management, anxiety, depression, exercise for stress, gym training for stress No No
Investing In Your Health 27 Investing In Your Health full No No 82038599-fc3e-459c-9bc5-5b5f106d5ede https://share.transistor.fm/s/48967034 We're in a society that largely prefers to wait for the sickness then take a tablet versus getting ahead and investing in health. 

Our approach at Profound is to advocate prevention rather than cure, but most folks get this the other way around and that can come with consequences.

One reason for this is the wonderful and much appreciated prevalence of our health care system, it's a safety net that is there to catch us when we fall and we are thankful for that.

But, this safety net comes with a responsibility that most overlook. 

The responsibility is still upon the individual to care for their body. Then use the medical resource when it is needed, yet massive numbers of people are neglecting their self-care, and falling back on the safety net of the NHS. They miss opportunities to invest in their health ahead of time, only to desperately miss it when it starts to falter.

One common problem that is faced is budgeting for health.

Budgeting with your time and with your money; and in this episode we unpick some small changes that we have helped people make to access money they were previously spending without realising it added up to what could have amounted to a gym membership, or time with a coach.

We discuss the current wrangle in the fitness industry between exercise as a kind of entertainment that may not yield a health result, versus our approach of training and working towards a much needed outcome.

We also give some examples of straight forwards cost saving measures that can easily add up to the price of a gym membership and ultimately contribute towards the thing that is priceless, your health.

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 

]]>
We're in a society that largely prefers to wait for the sickness then take a tablet versus getting ahead and investing in health. 

Our approach at Profound is to advocate prevention rather than cure, but most folks get this the other way around and that can come with consequences.

One reason for this is the wonderful and much appreciated prevalence of our health care system, it's a safety net that is there to catch us when we fall and we are thankful for that.

But, this safety net comes with a responsibility that most overlook. 

The responsibility is still upon the individual to care for their body. Then use the medical resource when it is needed, yet massive numbers of people are neglecting their self-care, and falling back on the safety net of the NHS. They miss opportunities to invest in their health ahead of time, only to desperately miss it when it starts to falter.

One common problem that is faced is budgeting for health.

Budgeting with your time and with your money; and in this episode we unpick some small changes that we have helped people make to access money they were previously spending without realising it added up to what could have amounted to a gym membership, or time with a coach.

We discuss the current wrangle in the fitness industry between exercise as a kind of entertainment that may not yield a health result, versus our approach of training and working towards a much needed outcome.

We also give some examples of straight forwards cost saving measures that can easily add up to the price of a gym membership and ultimately contribute towards the thing that is priceless, your health.

Contact us through the gym with your questions.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 

]]>
Sun, 02 Feb 2020 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2448 Practical daily opportunities you may have to make small habit changes that can lead you to access a gym membership, purchase fitness equipment and afford great coaching. Practical daily opportunities you may have to make small habit changes that can lead you to access a gym membership, purchase fitness equipment and afford great coaching. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
The Psychology Of Strength 26 The Psychology Of Strength full No No 2731afa8-cc74-4a13-a9ea-8fbf9d9dc0c9 https://share.transistor.fm/s/eb48bb23 In this episode we explore the often missed relationship between training for strength, and training in general and the positive pyshcilogical benefits that result.

Having a strong well functioning body seems to carry over directly to feeling more confident and positive about life.


It also appears that this mindset bonus arrives automatically for many people, and although you may not come to the gym to improve such things as confidence it happens many times as a byproduct of such training.


We discuss the 2 things that will sabotage your good progress, 1 being uncoachable and 2 not folloiwiung the prohramme!

We also talk aboiut the knock on effects for strength training in relation to less sick days and being able to be more productive.

Although sports only work well for some people and only draw from certain demographics as Byron discusses strength training and it's benefits are accessible to a much wider group of people, including the ones at school who were not picked for teams and not very athletic.


people sometimes avoid fear avoidance trend- and so don’t even try as they may fail, this helps diminish that


Contact Mike for the high performance habits list! or the gym to start your training journey in person or online.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


 

]]>
In this episode we explore the often missed relationship between training for strength, and training in general and the positive pyshcilogical benefits that result.

Having a strong well functioning body seems to carry over directly to feeling more confident and positive about life.


It also appears that this mindset bonus arrives automatically for many people, and although you may not come to the gym to improve such things as confidence it happens many times as a byproduct of such training.


We discuss the 2 things that will sabotage your good progress, 1 being uncoachable and 2 not folloiwiung the prohramme!

We also talk aboiut the knock on effects for strength training in relation to less sick days and being able to be more productive.

Although sports only work well for some people and only draw from certain demographics as Byron discusses strength training and it's benefits are accessible to a much wider group of people, including the ones at school who were not picked for teams and not very athletic.


people sometimes avoid fear avoidance trend- and so don’t even try as they may fail, this helps diminish that


Contact Mike for the high performance habits list! or the gym to start your training journey in person or online.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/



Find us online


Mike

https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron


https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/




If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.


Thank you 


Mike & Byron 


 

]]>
Sun, 26 Jan 2020 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 1868 Strong of body, strong of mind. Mike and Byron discuss the many positive benefits they have seen from barbell training when it comes to important matters like confidence and coping with life. Strong of body, strong of mind. Mike and Byron discuss the many positive benefits they have seen from barbell training when it comes to important matters like confidence and coping with life. strength training, confidence, mental wellbeing, coping, stress management, performance excellence, high performance, competition, competetive No No
The Strength Lifts & The Olympic Lifts 25 The Strength Lifts & The Olympic Lifts full No No e3cb8d87-0ad9-452c-ada2-5d4345da34e7 https://share.transistor.fm/s/77030889 In this podcast we break down the important differences between strength training and using the barbell for the olympic lifts, and why this relates to you and the kind of training you might be doing.


We go onto explain the difference between the two types of exercises, and you’ll build up a good mental picture in your mind of what they look like.


More importantly we discuss and explain why strength training is for everybody, and why the powerful Olympic lifts are only useful and practical to some people. 


We identify the criteria proposed by Dr Jonathon Sullivan for assessing if a person should do the Olympic lifts.


It turns out many people perceive the Olympic lifts as the way to train for strength, but we explain that they are the display of strength and sport of their own. Whereas, the strength lifts can be trained by just about everybody and should be included in a well balanced programme.


We go into the practical definitions to help you understand the relevance of both types of lifts and then debate the use of popular gym programmes and classes such as body pump and Cross fit. 


Contact us through the gym with your questions.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 

]]>
In this podcast we break down the important differences between strength training and using the barbell for the olympic lifts, and why this relates to you and the kind of training you might be doing.


We go onto explain the difference between the two types of exercises, and you’ll build up a good mental picture in your mind of what they look like.


More importantly we discuss and explain why strength training is for everybody, and why the powerful Olympic lifts are only useful and practical to some people. 


We identify the criteria proposed by Dr Jonathon Sullivan for assessing if a person should do the Olympic lifts.


It turns out many people perceive the Olympic lifts as the way to train for strength, but we explain that they are the display of strength and sport of their own. Whereas, the strength lifts can be trained by just about everybody and should be included in a well balanced programme.


We go into the practical definitions to help you understand the relevance of both types of lifts and then debate the use of popular gym programmes and classes such as body pump and Cross fit. 


Contact us through the gym with your questions.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 

]]>
Sun, 19 Jan 2020 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2590 Covering the important differences between strength training and using the barbell for the olympic lifts, and why this relates to you and the kind of training you could or should be doing. Covering the important differences between strength training and using the barbell for the olympic lifts, and why this relates to you and the kind of training you could or should be doing. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Nutrition 101 24 Nutrition 101 full No No 1be68886-d42d-4e11-85aa-4de6b6660c97 https://share.transistor.fm/s/3ab1ede0 This week Mike & Byron walk you through some of the most popular terms used in nutrition. 

By the end of the episode you'll be able to use and understand the lingo frequently written in healthy eating articles and books.

Terms covered in this podcast:
The true meaning of the word diet. What a calorie is and where to find it and when to not worry about it.

The meaning of:

Cutting - Maintenance - Bulking

And what they mean to you


A discussion of macronutrients, protein, carbohydrates and fats, including how to tell the difference between healthy and unhealthy sources of them.

A quick an easy guide to micronutrients such as minerals and vitamins and our thoughts on the correct approach to supplementation for them.

We also discuss alcohol and [GASP] how to minimise calories from alcoholic beverages when trying to diet.


We cover nutritional labels and supermarket nutritional labelling on their sites


We finish up with our thoughts on meal timing and staying hydrated (how to know if you need to drink more!)


Contact us if you are struggling to sort through the noise around healthy eating for an active lifestyle!

This podcast accompanies episode number 5 Fat Loss vs Nutrition.


Contact us through the gym with your questions.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 

]]>
This week Mike & Byron walk you through some of the most popular terms used in nutrition. 

By the end of the episode you'll be able to use and understand the lingo frequently written in healthy eating articles and books.

Terms covered in this podcast:
The true meaning of the word diet. What a calorie is and where to find it and when to not worry about it.

The meaning of:

Cutting - Maintenance - Bulking

And what they mean to you


A discussion of macronutrients, protein, carbohydrates and fats, including how to tell the difference between healthy and unhealthy sources of them.

A quick an easy guide to micronutrients such as minerals and vitamins and our thoughts on the correct approach to supplementation for them.

We also discuss alcohol and [GASP] how to minimise calories from alcoholic beverages when trying to diet.


We cover nutritional labels and supermarket nutritional labelling on their sites


We finish up with our thoughts on meal timing and staying hydrated (how to know if you need to drink more!)


Contact us if you are struggling to sort through the noise around healthy eating for an active lifestyle!

This podcast accompanies episode number 5 Fat Loss vs Nutrition.


Contact us through the gym with your questions.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 

]]>
Sun, 12 Jan 2020 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2276 Mike & Byron walk you through popular nutrition terms, often misinterpreted and sometimes misunderstood. You'll be totally up to speed on the ABCs of nutrition lingo by the end of this episode. Mike & Byron walk you through popular nutrition terms, often misinterpreted and sometimes misunderstood. You'll be totally up to speed on the ABCs of nutrition lingo by the end of this episode. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Transformations: The Profound Fitness Approach To Before, After & After After 23 Transformations: The Profound Fitness Approach To Before, After & After After full No No 1be2e89d-153b-439c-9e8d-70bd89704615 https://share.transistor.fm/s/76ade187 There are gyms in nearly all towns, on virtually every street corner, and yet we still have an epidemic of obesity, with many people unhealthy and less satisfied in their appearance than ever before. 


In this episode we cover what you are currently being offered by the health industry at large, when it comes to weight loss and transforming your appearance as well as our solution to truly empowering you to transform, learn about the process and then hold onto the progress you have made for life.


First Half


Mike and I  begin by detailing the criticism with logic behind why the current industry model is failing most people that attempt it.


When bombarded with before and after pics on social media platforms Mike and I identify the differences between the number of people that actually participated vs the number of transformations you are being shown, which is a much lower success rate.


We explain the problems with sustaining the after affects of a transformation and we also touch upon the rarer cases of people who need to transform themselves by gaining weight, not losing it!


We conclude the first half by debunking some of the less useful pills and potions that have glowing marketing but low success rates. 


Also included is an insight into the psychology being used on you by marketing firms to get you to comply with sub standard products and practices.


We hope that by knowing this, it will help a good many of you to spot it and not fall into future problems.


Second Half


In the second half of the podcast we talk you through The Profound Fitness 5 step approach to TRUE Transformation and highlight how we are different from most of everything that is out there.


The PF approach involves:



1 - Fitting OUR method to YOUR lifestyle with intelligent exercise programming and nutritional guidance that reacts to your actual lifestyle rather than restricting you into impossible scenarios.


2 - Our coaching empowers you as we guide you to understand the model we use for exercise and healthy eating, this helps you develop autonomy and confidence to continue with positive change and cope whenever there are hurdles along the way. 


3 - Our gym programme is designed for maximum ROI (return on investment) we don’t currently coach anyone that is not a busy person, we’ve become masters of setting you the most effective exercises that yield the greatest possible return on your hard work. 


4 - We won’t be dieting you in the conventional sense, we’ll be guiding you to body recomposition where you improve and healthy amount of lean body mass, good strong bones and excellent fitness levels all while we get your body fat percentage into the right place for you.


5 - We know how to handle the before, after and often missed AFTER AFTER. This phase is often where people backslide and we have designed an approach to help you re target your goals for this phase, avoid slipping back into old bad habits and continue to make great progress and enjoy the fruits of your hard work.



January 2020 Offer for Podcast Listeners


quote offer code: PF Podcast



Email us  to receive FREE - lifestyle audit sheet  - food diary sheet  / my fitness pal app back up with guidance from Mike to help you get started. No charge for these, Mike will help you begin your journey at no charge this January.



Coaching Offer.

If you’d like to take out a membership this January with Byron for online coaching then if needed your first two in person(Normally £50 - reduced to £25) sessions at Profound Fitness will be discounted to half price when you take out the first month of membership (£30/week)


Just email Train@ProfoundFitness.co.uk for either of the above



Contact us through the gym with your questions.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 

]]>
There are gyms in nearly all towns, on virtually every street corner, and yet we still have an epidemic of obesity, with many people unhealthy and less satisfied in their appearance than ever before. 


In this episode we cover what you are currently being offered by the health industry at large, when it comes to weight loss and transforming your appearance as well as our solution to truly empowering you to transform, learn about the process and then hold onto the progress you have made for life.


First Half


Mike and I  begin by detailing the criticism with logic behind why the current industry model is failing most people that attempt it.


When bombarded with before and after pics on social media platforms Mike and I identify the differences between the number of people that actually participated vs the number of transformations you are being shown, which is a much lower success rate.


We explain the problems with sustaining the after affects of a transformation and we also touch upon the rarer cases of people who need to transform themselves by gaining weight, not losing it!


We conclude the first half by debunking some of the less useful pills and potions that have glowing marketing but low success rates. 


Also included is an insight into the psychology being used on you by marketing firms to get you to comply with sub standard products and practices.


We hope that by knowing this, it will help a good many of you to spot it and not fall into future problems.


Second Half


In the second half of the podcast we talk you through The Profound Fitness 5 step approach to TRUE Transformation and highlight how we are different from most of everything that is out there.


The PF approach involves:



1 - Fitting OUR method to YOUR lifestyle with intelligent exercise programming and nutritional guidance that reacts to your actual lifestyle rather than restricting you into impossible scenarios.


2 - Our coaching empowers you as we guide you to understand the model we use for exercise and healthy eating, this helps you develop autonomy and confidence to continue with positive change and cope whenever there are hurdles along the way. 


3 - Our gym programme is designed for maximum ROI (return on investment) we don’t currently coach anyone that is not a busy person, we’ve become masters of setting you the most effective exercises that yield the greatest possible return on your hard work. 


4 - We won’t be dieting you in the conventional sense, we’ll be guiding you to body recomposition where you improve and healthy amount of lean body mass, good strong bones and excellent fitness levels all while we get your body fat percentage into the right place for you.


5 - We know how to handle the before, after and often missed AFTER AFTER. This phase is often where people backslide and we have designed an approach to help you re target your goals for this phase, avoid slipping back into old bad habits and continue to make great progress and enjoy the fruits of your hard work.



January 2020 Offer for Podcast Listeners


quote offer code: PF Podcast



Email us  to receive FREE - lifestyle audit sheet  - food diary sheet  / my fitness pal app back up with guidance from Mike to help you get started. No charge for these, Mike will help you begin your journey at no charge this January.



Coaching Offer.

If you’d like to take out a membership this January with Byron for online coaching then if needed your first two in person(Normally £50 - reduced to £25) sessions at Profound Fitness will be discounted to half price when you take out the first month of membership (£30/week)


Just email Train@ProfoundFitness.co.uk for either of the above



Contact us through the gym with your questions.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 

]]>
Sun, 05 Jan 2020 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2309 Supplement sales and diet programmes have become a trillion dollar industry hoping to transform peoples appearances and yet many do not success. We unpack the industry problems and provide you with our solution to them. This podcast includes special offer. Supplement sales and diet programmes have become a trillion dollar industry hoping to transform peoples appearances and yet many do not success. We unpack the industry problems and provide you with our solution to them. This podcast includes special offer Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Warning: You’re Losing Money by Not Being A Coachable Client 22 Warning: You’re Losing Money by Not Being A Coachable Client full No No 7dca8926-a88e-4b4a-a3ee-5b6db4bdee33 https://share.transistor.fm/s/7b3de5d0 Getting the most value from your gym membership doesn’t just mean having one. 


In this podcast we discuss the coachable and un-coachable types of mindset when approaching gym training and how they directly carry over to life in general.


We both agree that we like saving good people some money as well as helping them get the most for their money, but it’s sad when money is lost on an unused gym membership(that often ties people into 12 month contract) and worse when a much needed health outcome is not achieved.


The difference is in embracing becoming the coachable client. 


Much of the fitness industry will just entertain you with constantly varied exercises, a  tactic that is often used on un-coachable clients to get them to part with money but yet rarely leads to true progress.


We identify the different approach we take, and how it has benefitted the people we have trained once they have understood it, andhow much they then enjoy it as they start to see the progress coming which moves them to the true outcome they wanted from day one.


We explain the differences between being entertained by the fitness industry and being progressed by the right kind of training designed to be simple and effective. 


A good coach can help you navigate just about anything in the gym and get you to your goals, and in this episode Mike and Byron unpack the individual traits between both mindsets and give guidance on being coachable, so that you can truly get the most from your time spent at the  gym and reap the benefits of your hard work.


By the end of the podcast you’ll know how to be accountable to not only yourself,  but also your coach or team. How to avoid falling into the self sabotaging negative traps of the blame game, and how to embrace feedback and take ownership as you work towards the results you deserve.


Get ready for positive change and bringing the right mindset into the gym and far beyond

Contact us through the gym with your questions.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 

]]>
Getting the most value from your gym membership doesn’t just mean having one. 


In this podcast we discuss the coachable and un-coachable types of mindset when approaching gym training and how they directly carry over to life in general.


We both agree that we like saving good people some money as well as helping them get the most for their money, but it’s sad when money is lost on an unused gym membership(that often ties people into 12 month contract) and worse when a much needed health outcome is not achieved.


The difference is in embracing becoming the coachable client. 


Much of the fitness industry will just entertain you with constantly varied exercises, a  tactic that is often used on un-coachable clients to get them to part with money but yet rarely leads to true progress.


We identify the different approach we take, and how it has benefitted the people we have trained once they have understood it, andhow much they then enjoy it as they start to see the progress coming which moves them to the true outcome they wanted from day one.


We explain the differences between being entertained by the fitness industry and being progressed by the right kind of training designed to be simple and effective. 


A good coach can help you navigate just about anything in the gym and get you to your goals, and in this episode Mike and Byron unpack the individual traits between both mindsets and give guidance on being coachable, so that you can truly get the most from your time spent at the  gym and reap the benefits of your hard work.


By the end of the podcast you’ll know how to be accountable to not only yourself,  but also your coach or team. How to avoid falling into the self sabotaging negative traps of the blame game, and how to embrace feedback and take ownership as you work towards the results you deserve.


Get ready for positive change and bringing the right mindset into the gym and far beyond

Contact us through the gym with your questions.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 

]]>
Sun, 29 Dec 2019 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 1734 Mike & Byron discuss the coachable and un-coachable types of mindset when approaching gym training and bringing the coachable mindset to training results in better results and how this approach directly carries over to life in general. Mike & Byron discuss the coachable and un-coachable types of mindset when approaching gym training and bringing the coachable mindset to training results in better results and how this approach directly carries over to life in general. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Fit After 40. The Path To Healthy Ageing 21 Fit After 40. The Path To Healthy Ageing full No No d082145a-8778-4501-83bc-42b9b74ca3e9 https://share.transistor.fm/s/ab4ec0df In this podcast Mike & Byron talk about a much forgotten demographic of the fitness industry, the people who are no longer in their 20s and 30s.


Despite being a huge majority in many cases gym packages and training approaches in the “current fitness industry” are not geared toward them.


This podcast takes a look at a different and more helpful approach to training in our 40’s and beyond.


After the age of 40, this correct kind of training in the gym has a much larger potential impact for you.


We discuss the presenting problem for exercise with people over 40, both in the fitness and health industry itself, as well as explain the natural ageing process that we are all subject too.


We discuss why many current exercise plans and options that you are being offered by commercial gyms and PTs are inadequate and will not be effective at stopping the declining loss of muscle and strength and loss of bone density as you age.


Sadly, what many people are currently being offered as exercise as they age is too weaker a prescription of physical activity to be effective to them.


We address this problem, and then outline the simple exercises and approach we use at Profound Fitness to precisely dose our exercise programmes just like a doctor would dose a medicine, and then explain the kind of results we are used to our clients seeing from our approach.


The latest reports from the WHO and Chief Medical Officers are absolutely crystal clear in their guidance of the presenting problem of health as we age  and the correct kind of exercise programme that includes the application of strengthening exercises; and yet much of the industry has failed to spot or implement this guidance effectively, despite charging their clients great sums of money.


We have based our approach to coaching people in their 40s having researched not only the scientific studies but training with the top coaches in the world in this field. 


On the podcast Byron mentions the foremost author in this field Dr Jonathon Sullivan, and as promised here is a link to read more and hear from Dr Sullivan himself https://www.strengthrevolution.org/articles/healthy-ageing-is-strong-ageing


Our exercise prescription is designed to keep you active, develop your strength and fitness and enable you to enjoy a great quality of life now and as you age.


If you would like to attend our wellbeing talk on this subject or ask us any questions our contact information is below.



Contact us through the gym with your questions.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 

]]>
In this podcast Mike & Byron talk about a much forgotten demographic of the fitness industry, the people who are no longer in their 20s and 30s.


Despite being a huge majority in many cases gym packages and training approaches in the “current fitness industry” are not geared toward them.


This podcast takes a look at a different and more helpful approach to training in our 40’s and beyond.


After the age of 40, this correct kind of training in the gym has a much larger potential impact for you.


We discuss the presenting problem for exercise with people over 40, both in the fitness and health industry itself, as well as explain the natural ageing process that we are all subject too.


We discuss why many current exercise plans and options that you are being offered by commercial gyms and PTs are inadequate and will not be effective at stopping the declining loss of muscle and strength and loss of bone density as you age.


Sadly, what many people are currently being offered as exercise as they age is too weaker a prescription of physical activity to be effective to them.


We address this problem, and then outline the simple exercises and approach we use at Profound Fitness to precisely dose our exercise programmes just like a doctor would dose a medicine, and then explain the kind of results we are used to our clients seeing from our approach.


The latest reports from the WHO and Chief Medical Officers are absolutely crystal clear in their guidance of the presenting problem of health as we age  and the correct kind of exercise programme that includes the application of strengthening exercises; and yet much of the industry has failed to spot or implement this guidance effectively, despite charging their clients great sums of money.


We have based our approach to coaching people in their 40s having researched not only the scientific studies but training with the top coaches in the world in this field. 


On the podcast Byron mentions the foremost author in this field Dr Jonathon Sullivan, and as promised here is a link to read more and hear from Dr Sullivan himself https://www.strengthrevolution.org/articles/healthy-ageing-is-strong-ageing


Our exercise prescription is designed to keep you active, develop your strength and fitness and enable you to enjoy a great quality of life now and as you age.


If you would like to attend our wellbeing talk on this subject or ask us any questions our contact information is below.



Contact us through the gym with your questions.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 

]]>
Sun, 22 Dec 2019 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 1956 Learn about the most effective kind of training you can be doing in your 40s 50s and beyond to enjoy and great quality of life now and long into your later years. Learn about the most effective kind of training you can be doing in your 40s 50s and beyond to enjoy and great quality of life now and long into your later years. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
The Christmas Special (2019) inc. Fitness Gift Guide 20 The Christmas Special (2019) inc. Fitness Gift Guide full No No 034a682c-dca3-45a5-90cb-360dd3639e8a https://share.transistor.fm/s/5856e3ef Welcome to the Christmas Special!
And festive greetings to you all from Mike & Byron.
Special thanks to Andy and the team at Wirehive for recording this special edition which was also streamed live on social media in December of 2019.

In this episode we get you off the hook with tricky present buying, with our suggestions for great gifts for your friends and family who are gym lovers.

Ranging from the small stocking fillers up some larger and pricier items, there is something for almost everyone who loves the gym.

We then walk you through our top tips for festive training, the best way to schedule in gym visits during this time and plan realistically to keep up with your training goals over Christmas.

We also go into the science of why you shouldn't be worrying too much about one day of indulgence with your Christmas calories and we even include some strategies for enjoying Christmas dinner and family time and still staying within or close to your target cals – for those who are currently cutting (dieting).

Enjoy this festive special! and reach out to us at anytime in now or in the new year to get your exercise and healthy eating on point.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 

]]>
Welcome to the Christmas Special!
And festive greetings to you all from Mike & Byron.
Special thanks to Andy and the team at Wirehive for recording this special edition which was also streamed live on social media in December of 2019.

In this episode we get you off the hook with tricky present buying, with our suggestions for great gifts for your friends and family who are gym lovers.

Ranging from the small stocking fillers up some larger and pricier items, there is something for almost everyone who loves the gym.

We then walk you through our top tips for festive training, the best way to schedule in gym visits during this time and plan realistically to keep up with your training goals over Christmas.

We also go into the science of why you shouldn't be worrying too much about one day of indulgence with your Christmas calories and we even include some strategies for enjoying Christmas dinner and family time and still staying within or close to your target cals – for those who are currently cutting (dieting).

Enjoy this festive special! and reach out to us at anytime in now or in the new year to get your exercise and healthy eating on point.


http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 

]]>
Sun, 15 Dec 2019 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 5000 Christmas special, including gift guide ideas for the gym lover and guide to managing training and calories over the festive period. Christmas special, including gift guide ideas for the gym lover and guide to managing training and calories over the festive period. christmas gifts, fitness gifts, healthy at christmas, new year diet, christmas calories, No No
The Path to Six Pack Abs 19 The Path to Six Pack Abs full No No 0c64ffd5-4818-43fa-a2e4-e342d2092c13 https://share.transistor.fm/s/4061a714 Getting lean has become every Instagrammers dream but, Why have they became fashionable? 


Mike & Byron start off by identifying the body fat % markers that can be used to display abs in men and women.

We then take a look back into the icons of our time, delving back into the men and women considered to have the best physiques and in some cases starlike sex appeal.

These icons of the movies such as Marilyn Monroe and Charlton Heston were known for their sex appeal and captivated the attention of millions of people worldwide, but they DID NOT have by today's standards the "beach body" look. Heston, Burt Reynolds, Roger Moore and many more exhibited a natural hairy chest in their movies, something that wouldn't be fashionable in today's standards.

Monroe, Raquel Welch and Joan Collins to name a few appeared in swim wear in numerous photoshoots and some movies, again they had natural curves, but which by modelling standards of recent times would potentially place them into an overweight category. 

We explore the time line and relevance of six pack abs and when we believe they became a measurement of gym "success" vs the natural physiques we mentioned of the stars of the sixties and before.

We look at the pros and cons of six pack abs and YES we absolutely explain our approach to working with natural (drug free) clients who want to develop this kind of physique and our preferred strategy for guiding them step by step.

*Note, that in many cases the order you think you should diet, train or add weight may not be correct in some instances, we also explore these kinds of cases whereupon a person might need to GAIN weight to truly develop the six pack abs.

We talk about the detail of bulking (controlled weight gain) and managing that with the timing of cutting (planned dieting for fat loss) and how our approach to exercise ultimately results in a toned athletic physique, that also provides true health for the person in an achievable body fat % range, with all the perks of not having done crash weight loss or punishing gym routines.

Our method is a sustainable long-term approach, that is designed to serve people for the rest of their lives, whichever decade of life they are currently in.

We navigate around some of the pitfalls of crash weight loss, pills and potions and avoiding getting sucked into the social media trend to display results achieved with drugs that are not practical or achievable naturally.

Contact us through the gym with your questions.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 


]]>
Getting lean has become every Instagrammers dream but, Why have they became fashionable? 


Mike & Byron start off by identifying the body fat % markers that can be used to display abs in men and women.

We then take a look back into the icons of our time, delving back into the men and women considered to have the best physiques and in some cases starlike sex appeal.

These icons of the movies such as Marilyn Monroe and Charlton Heston were known for their sex appeal and captivated the attention of millions of people worldwide, but they DID NOT have by today's standards the "beach body" look. Heston, Burt Reynolds, Roger Moore and many more exhibited a natural hairy chest in their movies, something that wouldn't be fashionable in today's standards.

Monroe, Raquel Welch and Joan Collins to name a few appeared in swim wear in numerous photoshoots and some movies, again they had natural curves, but which by modelling standards of recent times would potentially place them into an overweight category. 

We explore the time line and relevance of six pack abs and when we believe they became a measurement of gym "success" vs the natural physiques we mentioned of the stars of the sixties and before.

We look at the pros and cons of six pack abs and YES we absolutely explain our approach to working with natural (drug free) clients who want to develop this kind of physique and our preferred strategy for guiding them step by step.

*Note, that in many cases the order you think you should diet, train or add weight may not be correct in some instances, we also explore these kinds of cases whereupon a person might need to GAIN weight to truly develop the six pack abs.

We talk about the detail of bulking (controlled weight gain) and managing that with the timing of cutting (planned dieting for fat loss) and how our approach to exercise ultimately results in a toned athletic physique, that also provides true health for the person in an achievable body fat % range, with all the perks of not having done crash weight loss or punishing gym routines.

Our method is a sustainable long-term approach, that is designed to serve people for the rest of their lives, whichever decade of life they are currently in.

We navigate around some of the pitfalls of crash weight loss, pills and potions and avoiding getting sucked into the social media trend to display results achieved with drugs that are not practical or achievable naturally.

Contact us through the gym with your questions.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 


]]>
Sun, 08 Dec 2019 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2518 Learn about our approach to 6 pack abs. How we achieve this result but also in a era of social media why we don't always worry about it. Learn about our approach to 6 pack abs. How we achieve this result but also in a era of social media why we don't always worry about it. six pack abs, fitness, beach body, dieting, diet, physique, natural bodybuilding No No
The Psychology of Winning w Therapist Garry Coles Msc 18 The Psychology of Winning w Therapist Garry Coles Msc full No No 8d485346-04dd-4d3a-ac03-ca2274c6c660 https://share.transistor.fm/s/0dfc5546 The Psychology Of Winning w Therapist Garry Coles MSc



In this podcast Garry takes us through case studies and methods for helping develop confidence in performance, and dealing with performance anxiety.

This applies to elite level athletes about to take the "million pound" shot, just as much as someone who has to deliver a best man's speech, or an important talk in front of work colleagues.

We discuss modern methods from NLP to CBT and of course hypnotherapy.

The barrier between normal excitement, and adrenaline and when it crosses over to anxiety and how to manage that.

Garry explains where historically anxiety (seeding events) like feelings tend to come from and then the therapy steps taken after to remove them.


Garry then takes us through his 9 golden rules to the psychology of winning.

Contact us through the gym with your questions!

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

Contact Garry in Farnham Surrey via his site.

http://releasehypnotherapy.com/

Garry also appears on our stress management podcast. 

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 



]]>
The Psychology Of Winning w Therapist Garry Coles MSc



In this podcast Garry takes us through case studies and methods for helping develop confidence in performance, and dealing with performance anxiety.

This applies to elite level athletes about to take the "million pound" shot, just as much as someone who has to deliver a best man's speech, or an important talk in front of work colleagues.

We discuss modern methods from NLP to CBT and of course hypnotherapy.

The barrier between normal excitement, and adrenaline and when it crosses over to anxiety and how to manage that.

Garry explains where historically anxiety (seeding events) like feelings tend to come from and then the therapy steps taken after to remove them.


Garry then takes us through his 9 golden rules to the psychology of winning.

Contact us through the gym with your questions!

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

Contact Garry in Farnham Surrey via his site.

http://releasehypnotherapy.com/

Garry also appears on our stress management podcast. 

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 



]]>
Sun, 01 Dec 2019 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2650 From performance anxiety to performance excellence. Therapist Garry Coles unpacks the solution to problems from public speaking to making million pound golf swings. From performance anxiety to performance excellence. Therapist Garry Coles unpacks the solution to problems from public speaking to making million pound golf swings. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
How to Reduce Stress in Everyday Life with Therapist Garry Coles Msc 17 How to Reduce Stress in Everyday Life with Therapist Garry Coles Msc full No No ba41a14e-c45b-4906-b4fd-58c30dc1d87b https://share.transistor.fm/s/6e1e7595 How To Reduce Stress In Everyday Life w Therapist Garry Coles MSc


We start with Garry’s background in general therapies and modalities for positive change.


Garry explains what stress is and how to identify it as well as why we have stress.

We discuss how much of a problem stress is

and whether some people and professions are more likely to encounter stress.

We discuss the medical communities' approach to managing stress with the general population

and links between stress and more serious health conditions.


Garry covers tips and ideas for managing stress in many practical ways.



http://releasehypnotherapy.com/


Here is the transcript to the disassociation technique I demonstrated.   
1.           Think of the negative scene, or rehearsal of an event with negative connotations in the mind as strongly as possible, make it as real as possible and rate it on a scale of 10 (How fearful is it?) 


2.          Imagine you are in a cinema sitting in the middle of the front row. The cinema is empty apart from you. 


3.          Imagine floating out of your body and up into the projection room so that you can watch yourself watching the screen. 


4.          Put a black and white still picture on the screen just as the fear is about to develop. Run a black and white movie of the fear from the beginning (this point) to the end, (whilst you remain in the calmness and safety of the projection room) watching yourself sitting in the middle of the front row watching yourself on the screen. 


5.          At the end of the film freeze the frame into a still picture. Change the picture into colour. Leave the projection room and be yourself in the front row. Leave the front row and ‘step in’ to the picture, become part of it, make it real. Now run the associated film backwards (in colour) at top speed (like a video or DVD on fast rewind) accompanied by loud comedy music (cartoon, circus, Benny Hill theme etc). See everyone running backwards, talking backwards, everything comical and backwards. When you get back to the start freeze the frame again into a still picture. 


6.          Walk out of the still picture and sit back down in the front row of the cinema. Now blank out the whole screen. 


7.          Repeat steps 2 to 4. After step 4, rate the fear again on the scale of 10. How much lower has it gone? You can then continue through and repeat in a circular motion, the fear should subside each time. Repeat this exercise on a regular basis.  



Garry Coles MSc (Clinical Hypnotherapy) HPD Dip Adv. Hyp DBSCH ADPR SQHPClinical & Medical Hypnotherapy Specialist I am a Member of the NHS Directory of Complementary and Alternative Practitioners 


Phone: 01252 687260Email: Info@releasehypnotherapy.com


Website: www.releasehypnotherapy.com


Facebook: www.facebook.com/ReleaseHypnotherapyNHS National Independent Provider Code: 8GV25 



]]>
How To Reduce Stress In Everyday Life w Therapist Garry Coles MSc


We start with Garry’s background in general therapies and modalities for positive change.


Garry explains what stress is and how to identify it as well as why we have stress.

We discuss how much of a problem stress is

and whether some people and professions are more likely to encounter stress.

We discuss the medical communities' approach to managing stress with the general population

and links between stress and more serious health conditions.


Garry covers tips and ideas for managing stress in many practical ways.



http://releasehypnotherapy.com/


Here is the transcript to the disassociation technique I demonstrated.   
1.           Think of the negative scene, or rehearsal of an event with negative connotations in the mind as strongly as possible, make it as real as possible and rate it on a scale of 10 (How fearful is it?) 


2.          Imagine you are in a cinema sitting in the middle of the front row. The cinema is empty apart from you. 


3.          Imagine floating out of your body and up into the projection room so that you can watch yourself watching the screen. 


4.          Put a black and white still picture on the screen just as the fear is about to develop. Run a black and white movie of the fear from the beginning (this point) to the end, (whilst you remain in the calmness and safety of the projection room) watching yourself sitting in the middle of the front row watching yourself on the screen. 


5.          At the end of the film freeze the frame into a still picture. Change the picture into colour. Leave the projection room and be yourself in the front row. Leave the front row and ‘step in’ to the picture, become part of it, make it real. Now run the associated film backwards (in colour) at top speed (like a video or DVD on fast rewind) accompanied by loud comedy music (cartoon, circus, Benny Hill theme etc). See everyone running backwards, talking backwards, everything comical and backwards. When you get back to the start freeze the frame again into a still picture. 


6.          Walk out of the still picture and sit back down in the front row of the cinema. Now blank out the whole screen. 


7.          Repeat steps 2 to 4. After step 4, rate the fear again on the scale of 10. How much lower has it gone? You can then continue through and repeat in a circular motion, the fear should subside each time. Repeat this exercise on a regular basis.  



Garry Coles MSc (Clinical Hypnotherapy) HPD Dip Adv. Hyp DBSCH ADPR SQHPClinical & Medical Hypnotherapy Specialist I am a Member of the NHS Directory of Complementary and Alternative Practitioners 


Phone: 01252 687260Email: Info@releasehypnotherapy.com


Website: www.releasehypnotherapy.com


Facebook: www.facebook.com/ReleaseHypnotherapyNHS National Independent Provider Code: 8GV25 



]]>
Sun, 24 Nov 2019 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2684 Top tips and practical methods for reducing the stress of everyday work and home life. Mike & Byron interview leading UK psychotherapist Garry Coles. Top tips and practical methods for reducing the stress of everyday work and home life. Mike & Byron interview leading UK psychotherapist Garry Coles. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Home Gym vs Gym Membership 16 Home Gym vs Gym Membership full No No d8cda3ef-5d26-4729-abbe-7d600147a558 https://share.transistor.fm/s/9f8f984a Gym Memberships vs Building a Home Gym 


Use our voucher code for 15% off gym kit at primal strength (PF15)
https://primalstrength.com/


More about behaviour and compliance to do it.

Suggest repurposing a room or aarage 


rogue rack that folds and bolts too wall.

or a home squat rack bodymax cf415 


barbell - get a good one

plates gumtree 


ez bar.


https://www.strengthrevolution.org/members-guides/equipment-for-your-home-gym



gymmemnerships pros and cons 


cons


Year up front - too much - or 12 month contract 

admin fees joining fees




wait for equipment 


Put up with people and attitude 



drive to the gym 


smell

disease 

hygiene 

music infuriating 



may not like you deadlifting because it bothers the spa




un racked weights all you can eat  



gym without chalk is like having a horse without hay 



pros 


you get it done 


they have all equipment and maintain it at no cost to you.


It very safe in a gym environment 



the right atmosphere.


perks of the building such as sauna pool coffee shop lifestyle 


perhaps osteopaths and other practitioners 


training partner 


air conditioning 


frist aider 

 

programme and induction to get you started 




mikes commuting trick - tip get a gym near work. Beat the traffic, workout. Nothing better than a clear route to work and a workout before you start.




tips for a gym membership 


one - great atmohspere with like minded people 


plenty of it you need - squat racks barbells - bumper plates 


well thouht out gym 


well laid out gym 


a gym that does stop you training


build a safe space for women is like getting a pat down and the door to the bar it tells you something about the space 


no long contract 


]]>
Gym Memberships vs Building a Home Gym 


Use our voucher code for 15% off gym kit at primal strength (PF15)
https://primalstrength.com/


More about behaviour and compliance to do it.

Suggest repurposing a room or aarage 


rogue rack that folds and bolts too wall.

or a home squat rack bodymax cf415 


barbell - get a good one

plates gumtree 


ez bar.


https://www.strengthrevolution.org/members-guides/equipment-for-your-home-gym



gymmemnerships pros and cons 


cons


Year up front - too much - or 12 month contract 

admin fees joining fees




wait for equipment 


Put up with people and attitude 



drive to the gym 


smell

disease 

hygiene 

music infuriating 



may not like you deadlifting because it bothers the spa




un racked weights all you can eat  



gym without chalk is like having a horse without hay 



pros 


you get it done 


they have all equipment and maintain it at no cost to you.


It very safe in a gym environment 



the right atmosphere.


perks of the building such as sauna pool coffee shop lifestyle 


perhaps osteopaths and other practitioners 


training partner 


air conditioning 


frist aider 

 

programme and induction to get you started 




mikes commuting trick - tip get a gym near work. Beat the traffic, workout. Nothing better than a clear route to work and a workout before you start.




tips for a gym membership 


one - great atmohspere with like minded people 


plenty of it you need - squat racks barbells - bumper plates 


well thouht out gym 


well laid out gym 


a gym that does stop you training


build a safe space for women is like getting a pat down and the door to the bar it tells you something about the space 


no long contract 


]]>
Sun, 17 Nov 2019 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 3320 From finding the right gym membership to building a home training space. Mike & Byron bring in 20 years of experience to help you troubleshoot your way to the right decisions for either one. From finding the right gym membership to building a home training space. Mike & Byron bring in 20 years of experience to help you troubleshoot your way to the right decisions for either one. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
The Beginners Guide to Hiring a Fantastic Personal Trainer 15 The Beginners Guide to Hiring a Fantastic Personal Trainer full No No f71c29fc-771e-4ad5-884c-1d7cc0d7cebd https://share.transistor.fm/s/dc48e7d6 While you gain unlimited value from a coach that could transform you training and life with their expertise not all coaches are equal so let us share our top times to hiring a professional personal trainer. Sun, 03 Nov 2019 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2544 While you gain unlimited value from a coach that could transform you training and life with their expertise not all coaches are equal so let us share our top times to hiring a professional personal trainer. While you gain unlimited value from a coach that could transform you training and life with their expertise not all coaches are equal so let us share our top times to hiring a professional personal trainer. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No Artificial Intelligence and the Future of the Fitness Industry 14 Artificial Intelligence and the Future of the Fitness Industry full No No 03f3486c-8362-46fb-8004-32e925423ae4 https://share.transistor.fm/s/519616b7 Our Podcast was hosted at the wonderful WireHive a fantastic company who helps its clients with AI so we delve into the future of the fitness industry an take a look at what the further holds! Sun, 27 Oct 2019 19:00:00 +0000 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 5028 Our Podcast was hosted at the wonderful WireHive a fantastic company who helps its clients with AI so we delve into the future of the fitness industry an take a look at what the further holds! Our Podcast was hosted at the wonderful WireHive a fantastic company who helps its clients with AI so we delve into the future of the fitness industry an take a look at what the further holds! Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No The Simple Truths to a Healthier Heart with Dr Zarrin Shaikh 13 The Simple Truths to a Healthier Heart with Dr Zarrin Shaikh full No No 5e4ec3d8-edb0-44a7-98fc-c6d551d9cb32 https://share.transistor.fm/s/ee51bacc Heart 


How to train if you have a heart heart conditions


Steroids- the effect on the heart and  problems caused 


Heart health, walking, suana, HIIT 


Max heart rate 


Getting as fit as possible for endurance events 


Blood pressure 

Passing out when training 

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/depression-help-groups/https://www.mind.org.uk/https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/coping-with-bereavement/https://www.familylives.org.uk/advice/your-family/family-life/coping-with-bereavement/https://www.macmillan.org.uk/information-and-support/coping/at-the-end-of-life/coping-with-bereavement]]>
Heart 


How to train if you have a heart heart conditions


Steroids- the effect on the heart and  problems caused 


Heart health, walking, suana, HIIT 


Max heart rate 


Getting as fit as possible for endurance events 


Blood pressure 

Passing out when training 

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/depression-help-groups/https://www.mind.org.uk/https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/coping-with-bereavement/https://www.familylives.org.uk/advice/your-family/family-life/coping-with-bereavement/https://www.macmillan.org.uk/information-and-support/coping/at-the-end-of-life/coping-with-bereavement]]>
Sun, 20 Oct 2019 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 3722 We get to the heart of the matter in today’s podcast with Dr Zarrin Shaikh We get to the heart of the matter in today’s podcast with Dr Zarrin Shaikh Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
How to Get a Good Nights Sleep with Dr Zarrin Shaikh 12 How to Get a Good Nights Sleep with Dr Zarrin Shaikh full No No 9ef5dd61-c12a-423a-826b-facad3b9494c https://share.transistor.fm/s/e60eb579 Sleep


Order of the sleep patterns and what they do? 


Sleep hacks! 


Side affairs seem to be very bad short term obviously but long term health as well. 


Best practice for good sleep hygiene 


Blue blocker glasses 


Melitonan tablets / jet lag 


Caffeine 


Why we can’t bank sleep 


Snoring 


What’s physiological happening in the brain during sleep. 


Magnesium to relax muscle 


Parts of the brain that are active at night! 

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/depression-help-groups/https://www.mind.org.uk/https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/coping-with-bereavement/https://www.familylives.org.uk/advice/your-family/family-life/coping-with-bereavement/https://www.macmillan.org.uk/information-and-support/coping/at-the-end-of-life/coping-with-bereavement]]>
Sleep


Order of the sleep patterns and what they do? 


Sleep hacks! 


Side affairs seem to be very bad short term obviously but long term health as well. 


Best practice for good sleep hygiene 


Blue blocker glasses 


Melitonan tablets / jet lag 


Caffeine 


Why we can’t bank sleep 


Snoring 


What’s physiological happening in the brain during sleep. 


Magnesium to relax muscle 


Parts of the brain that are active at night! 

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/depression-help-groups/https://www.mind.org.uk/https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/coping-with-bereavement/https://www.familylives.org.uk/advice/your-family/family-life/coping-with-bereavement/https://www.macmillan.org.uk/information-and-support/coping/at-the-end-of-life/coping-with-bereavement]]>
Sun, 13 Oct 2019 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 3482 Sleep is one of the most important aspects of health and performance and we don’t get enough of it so listen in to learn what you can do about it form today’s guest and expert in sleep Dr Karrin Shaikh. Sleep is one of the most important aspects of health and performance and we don’t get enough of it so listen in to learn what you can do about it form today’s guest and expert in sleep Dr Karrin Shaikh. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
The 7 Best Ways to Fit Gym Training into Everyday Life 10 The 7 Best Ways to Fit Gym Training into Everyday Life full No No 39d94b9c-9c02-41f8-9c20-fe00b0091587 https://share.transistor.fm/s/8d205b9d Do you have time to train? no - no one has. You have to find it and work out where your waisting time.



  1. LIFESTYLE AUDIT - WORK WITHIN YOUR SCHEDULING  - Big change all at once generally peters out after a couple weeks and there’s evidence of this 


2. Daily Schedule 

daily windows to train

-Early Morning pre work


-Lunch Break


-After work


-Try all and see which works best or is the least problematic. 


Then the weekly Schedule 


-if the weekdays are a problem then move one workout over to the weekend and do Tues Thurs Sat.

3. TRAINING SESSION LENGTH   Don’t waste time once your at the gym.  

-rest breaks Headphones and ebook don’t get chatting 


-Use a countdown timer don’t rest arbitrarily 


4. gym selection   Select a Gym that is workable to your schedule - proximity and plenty of equipment so no queueing 

that allows you to do things like use chalk or have kit on the floor. 


5. if not sure work with a professional who has experience with solving these problems - 
- exercise selection, gym guidance. Warming up protocol all designed to be as efficient as possible for the ROI - return on investment 
- PT scheduling a session so it is in diary and will happen. 

6. Home gyms  - platform easy to build with horse stall mats and thin sheets of. CV at home in some cases. and not whole gym.


7. environmental factors - support from significant other - housemates. partner friend. tell them that you are going to do this. 

@profoundfitness_studio

www.profoundfitness.co.uk

train@profoundfitness.co.uk

www.mwfitnesscoach.co.uk

@mwfitnesscoach

byron@strengthrevolution.org 

StrengthRevolution.org 

@StrengthRevolution

]]>
Do you have time to train? no - no one has. You have to find it and work out where your waisting time.



  1. LIFESTYLE AUDIT - WORK WITHIN YOUR SCHEDULING  - Big change all at once generally peters out after a couple weeks and there’s evidence of this 


2. Daily Schedule 

daily windows to train

-Early Morning pre work


-Lunch Break


-After work


-Try all and see which works best or is the least problematic. 


Then the weekly Schedule 


-if the weekdays are a problem then move one workout over to the weekend and do Tues Thurs Sat.

3. TRAINING SESSION LENGTH   Don’t waste time once your at the gym.  

-rest breaks Headphones and ebook don’t get chatting 


-Use a countdown timer don’t rest arbitrarily 


4. gym selection   Select a Gym that is workable to your schedule - proximity and plenty of equipment so no queueing 

that allows you to do things like use chalk or have kit on the floor. 


5. if not sure work with a professional who has experience with solving these problems - 
- exercise selection, gym guidance. Warming up protocol all designed to be as efficient as possible for the ROI - return on investment 
- PT scheduling a session so it is in diary and will happen. 

6. Home gyms  - platform easy to build with horse stall mats and thin sheets of. CV at home in some cases. and not whole gym.


7. environmental factors - support from significant other - housemates. partner friend. tell them that you are going to do this. 

@profoundfitness_studio

www.profoundfitness.co.uk

train@profoundfitness.co.uk

www.mwfitnesscoach.co.uk

@mwfitnesscoach

byron@strengthrevolution.org 

StrengthRevolution.org 

@StrengthRevolution

]]>
Sun, 06 Oct 2019 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 1832 Life hacks for the best ways to find time to fit in the gym. Life hacks for the best ways to find time to fit in the gym. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Deconstructing The Chief Medical Officers Report 11 Deconstructing The Chief Medical Officers Report full No No a4bd2db7-1e37-4cd2-a773-bdc960dee8e8 https://share.transistor.fm/s/9a4e539c Without exception the most important report the government have released in over a decade. 

Everything the general public need to be going to avoid all cause mortality. 

Helpful tips form you favourite coaches on how you can follow the new guidelines for fitness and strength.

Our opinions on parts that may have been missed or important aspects of training that could help with much less impact. 

]]>
Without exception the most important report the government have released in over a decade. 

Everything the general public need to be going to avoid all cause mortality. 

Helpful tips form you favourite coaches on how you can follow the new guidelines for fitness and strength.

Our opinions on parts that may have been missed or important aspects of training that could help with much less impact. 

]]>
Tue, 01 Oct 2019 08:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 4660 Personal Trainers & The Public at large are subject to the affects of this massive routine report. BUT is it all correct? We unpack the 2019 CMO report to put you in the full picture. Personal Trainers & The Public at large are subject to the affects of this massive routine report. BUT is it all correct? We unpack the 2019 CMO report to put you in the full picture. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Matching Sport Performance with Gym Training 9 Matching Sport Performance with Gym Training full No No e916a8ec-2680-4cb9-bd23-6aa9a1b7e3b1 https://share.transistor.fm/s/e834bbe0 Training in the gym is hard enough to find the time for but athletes have to balance it with their sport. Plus taper for events at the weekend. 

So we’ll look at the best way to do this. 

Discuss cycling through different training cycles and ways to ensure your not in pain or underperforming on race day.

]]>
Training in the gym is hard enough to find the time for but athletes have to balance it with their sport. Plus taper for events at the weekend. 

So we’ll look at the best way to do this. 

Discuss cycling through different training cycles and ways to ensure your not in pain or underperforming on race day.

]]>
Sat, 28 Sep 2019 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 1947 We look into the complexity of balancing gym training with your sports We look into the complexity of balancing gym training with your sports Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Strength 101 8 Strength 101 full No No acc48da0-9442-4c17-ac64-301e6c8aba67 https://share.transistor.fm/s/a3de04d9 In todays episode we uncover the ins and outs of strength training. Let us take you through the basics whether that be climbing the stairs all the way through to athletic performace.
It's safe to say we love strength training but it can be scary so we spend this episode explaining why its the best exercise you can do and what your missing out if you don't strength train.
Did you know strength training is great for your health and a very low injury rate?
Theres all this and more, enjoy and as always get hold of us if you have any questions. Who knows we may even do a podcast on your subject or question.

@profoundfitness_studio

www.profoundfitness.co.uk

train@profoundfitness.co.uk

www.mwfitnesscoach.co.uk

@mwfitnesscoach

byron@strengthrevolution.org 

StrengthRevolution.org 

@StrengthRevolution

]]>
In todays episode we uncover the ins and outs of strength training. Let us take you through the basics whether that be climbing the stairs all the way through to athletic performace.
It's safe to say we love strength training but it can be scary so we spend this episode explaining why its the best exercise you can do and what your missing out if you don't strength train.
Did you know strength training is great for your health and a very low injury rate?
Theres all this and more, enjoy and as always get hold of us if you have any questions. Who knows we may even do a podcast on your subject or question.

@profoundfitness_studio

www.profoundfitness.co.uk

train@profoundfitness.co.uk

www.mwfitnesscoach.co.uk

@mwfitnesscoach

byron@strengthrevolution.org 

StrengthRevolution.org 

@StrengthRevolution

]]>
Sat, 21 Sep 2019 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2032 The basics behind strength training, and why almost everybody can benefit from it The basics behind strength training, and why almost everybody can benefit from it Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Gathering Momentum 7 Gathering Momentum full No No 391d7edc-0e99-4993-b1e8-db83ad5170bd https://share.transistor.fm/s/7ebea78c In today’s episode we have planned out the start of your fitness journey. 
We touched on the 4 pillars of health in previous episodes and now we want to help you build these into habits. 
We’ll show you the positive steps that build to success and finish with you changing your identity to someone that achieves goals and is a “healthy” person.
This will give you a life long strategy and avoid pitfalls and plateaus! 

]]>
In today’s episode we have planned out the start of your fitness journey. 
We touched on the 4 pillars of health in previous episodes and now we want to help you build these into habits. 
We’ll show you the positive steps that build to success and finish with you changing your identity to someone that achieves goals and is a “healthy” person.
This will give you a life long strategy and avoid pitfalls and plateaus! 

]]>
Sat, 14 Sep 2019 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2353 Starting slowly with your fitness goals is often the best way to gain lasting results. Listen in to our top tips and reasoning behind our methods! Starting slowly with your fitness goals is often the best way to gain lasting results. Listen in to our top tips and reasoning behind our methods! Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
8 Stone Weight Loss from Our Guest 6 8 Stone Weight Loss from Our Guest full No No d16e0d61-5809-4a0f-8bd1-d357a2a660e2 https://share.transistor.fm/s/5b036e40 Toby Sharp talks us through his life. Why he put on weight. 
Then the miraculous turning point that lead him to change direction on the bad health he was heading for after not being able to breath going up a few steps. 
Now Toby is a personal trainer and Instagram influencer. 
Jump in as with us as we discover all the tactics Toby used which may help you.

@profoundfitness_studio

www.profoundfitness.co.uk

train@profoundfitness.co.uk

www.mwfitnesscoach.co.uk

@mwfitnesscoach

byron@strengthrevolution.org 

StrengthRevolution.org 

@StrengthRevolution

]]>
Toby Sharp talks us through his life. Why he put on weight. 
Then the miraculous turning point that lead him to change direction on the bad health he was heading for after not being able to breath going up a few steps. 
Now Toby is a personal trainer and Instagram influencer. 
Jump in as with us as we discover all the tactics Toby used which may help you.

@profoundfitness_studio

www.profoundfitness.co.uk

train@profoundfitness.co.uk

www.mwfitnesscoach.co.uk

@mwfitnesscoach

byron@strengthrevolution.org 

StrengthRevolution.org 

@StrengthRevolution

]]>
Sat, 07 Sep 2019 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2242 Toby Sharp our guess today lost a staggering 8 stone, kept it off became a PT and makes the decision to step on stage in a bodybuilding competition! Toby Sharp our guess today lost a staggering 8 stone, kept it off became a PT and makes the decision to step on stage in a bodybuilding competition! Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, Yes Yes
Fat Loss vs Nutrition 5 Fat Loss vs Nutrition full No No 7e8e42a6-1911-49b0-9d46-e3aee5bd04dc https://share.transistor.fm/s/3a4d79f1  

 weight loss - reduction of the total body mass, due to a loss of fluid, body fat or adipose tissue or lean mass, namely bone mineral deposits, muscle, tendon, and other connective tissue.

 

Fat loss is what your after I would assume 

 

Nutrition - nutrients and other substances in food in relation to maintenance, growth, reproduction, health and disease of an organism.

 

So PT’s stay in your lane

 

The cross over

1.     The more healthy foods rich in nutrition the better they will be. Body will function better.

2.     Use daily recommendations 

3.     Working out how many calories and macros 

 

What a PT can’t do 

4.     Prescribe what to eat

5.     Diagnose symptoms

6.      Write food plans 

 

Now we know the difference, lets look at how they can be applicable

 

Losing weigh will be very healthy for you. The method may not be the best in the short term but I’d sacrifice it for the greater good if I new it was the right move.

 

If a client was prone to yo-yoing I would use a much slower approach and play a longer game.

 

We can take all the information from the body building world to lose weigh as quick as possible.

 

If the client loses weight really fast then the client will also lose a proportion of muscle mass. Obviously this could be horrendous if they didn’t have much or poor bone density.

 

Whats the goal? Let make your clients look how they want to look not, weigh what they want. Hopefully its becoming clearer why we say don’t focus on weight lose.

Shape, tone and body fat would be better metrics. 

Curb hunger and dont eat as many calories

0% calories products 

no sugar jelly 

Monster

Diet coke 

 

Healthy foods which are high in calories are being over consumed 

Being a healthy weight is the number one health indicator. 

 

Often when theres no fat there sugar

 

Calorie dense food will only last so long if you have a limited number of calories per day as you will get hungry and such out less calorie dense food. 

@profoundfitness_studio

www.profoundfitness.co.uk

train@profoundfitness.co.uk

www.mwfitnesscoach.co.uk

@mwfitnesscoach

byron@strengthrevolution.org 

StrengthRevolution.org 

@StrengthRevolution

]]>
 

 weight loss - reduction of the total body mass, due to a loss of fluid, body fat or adipose tissue or lean mass, namely bone mineral deposits, muscle, tendon, and other connective tissue.

 

Fat loss is what your after I would assume 

 

Nutrition - nutrients and other substances in food in relation to maintenance, growth, reproduction, health and disease of an organism.

 

So PT’s stay in your lane

 

The cross over

1.     The more healthy foods rich in nutrition the better they will be. Body will function better.

2.     Use daily recommendations 

3.     Working out how many calories and macros 

 

What a PT can’t do 

4.     Prescribe what to eat

5.     Diagnose symptoms

6.      Write food plans 

 

Now we know the difference, lets look at how they can be applicable

 

Losing weigh will be very healthy for you. The method may not be the best in the short term but I’d sacrifice it for the greater good if I new it was the right move.

 

If a client was prone to yo-yoing I would use a much slower approach and play a longer game.

 

We can take all the information from the body building world to lose weigh as quick as possible.

 

If the client loses weight really fast then the client will also lose a proportion of muscle mass. Obviously this could be horrendous if they didn’t have much or poor bone density.

 

Whats the goal? Let make your clients look how they want to look not, weigh what they want. Hopefully its becoming clearer why we say don’t focus on weight lose.

Shape, tone and body fat would be better metrics. 

Curb hunger and dont eat as many calories

0% calories products 

no sugar jelly 

Monster

Diet coke 

 

Healthy foods which are high in calories are being over consumed 

Being a healthy weight is the number one health indicator. 

 

Often when theres no fat there sugar

 

Calorie dense food will only last so long if you have a limited number of calories per day as you will get hungry and such out less calorie dense food. 

@profoundfitness_studio

www.profoundfitness.co.uk

train@profoundfitness.co.uk

www.mwfitnesscoach.co.uk

@mwfitnesscoach

byron@strengthrevolution.org 

StrengthRevolution.org 

@StrengthRevolution

]]>
Sat, 31 Aug 2019 19:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 3299 Losing weight will be very healthy for you. The method may not be the best in the short term but I’d sacrifice it for the greater good if I new it was the right move. Losing weight will be very healthy for you. The method may not be the best in the short term but I’d sacrifice it for the greater good if I new it was the right move. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Stress, Recovery & Adaptation 4 Stress, Recovery & Adaptation full No No f6ccac01-8fe8-40a3-920e-6fe65c819aad https://share.transistor.fm/s/29cafbb2 PODCAST 4


Stress Recovery Adaptation  


this is how the mechanism of training works - so listen to exercise vs training. 

this is opening up the hood of the car and seeing how it works. 




we/re not going to go into deep biochemistry of the body

i sometimes say about car driving  - if you have  no idea how the combustion engine and electric in my car works, for that i have my mechanics. 




so 2 x week training - you might be under trained ! not enough stress -why i dont have someone just do 1RMs.




history of it is 1936 Hans Selye - General Adaptation Syndrome 


Apply the stress how do it 


on the day of a surgery - you’re worse. Then you recover and adapt.


manage recovery actively not hope so we plan for it and don’t like people doing a bunch of stuff in between 


what we do in the gym


MED.


Time line - fits to Novice -Int - Advanced.



osteopath professional  - GW said must automatically change after 6 week!


Muscle Confusion etc 

body weight -already adapted to it. 

tai chi 

ice skating


claim to get you stronger - but what if you cannot do the bodyweight headstand or body weight press up


@profoundfitness_studio

www.profoundfitness.co.uk

train@profoundfitness.co.uk

www.mwfitnesscoach.co.uk

@mwfitnesscoach

byron@strengthrevolution.org 

StrengthRevolution.org 

@StrengthRevolution

]]>
PODCAST 4


Stress Recovery Adaptation  


this is how the mechanism of training works - so listen to exercise vs training. 

this is opening up the hood of the car and seeing how it works. 




we/re not going to go into deep biochemistry of the body

i sometimes say about car driving  - if you have  no idea how the combustion engine and electric in my car works, for that i have my mechanics. 




so 2 x week training - you might be under trained ! not enough stress -why i dont have someone just do 1RMs.




history of it is 1936 Hans Selye - General Adaptation Syndrome 


Apply the stress how do it 


on the day of a surgery - you’re worse. Then you recover and adapt.


manage recovery actively not hope so we plan for it and don’t like people doing a bunch of stuff in between 


what we do in the gym


MED.


Time line - fits to Novice -Int - Advanced.



osteopath professional  - GW said must automatically change after 6 week!


Muscle Confusion etc 

body weight -already adapted to it. 

tai chi 

ice skating


claim to get you stronger - but what if you cannot do the bodyweight headstand or body weight press up


@profoundfitness_studio

www.profoundfitness.co.uk

train@profoundfitness.co.uk

www.mwfitnesscoach.co.uk

@mwfitnesscoach

byron@strengthrevolution.org 

StrengthRevolution.org 

@StrengthRevolution

]]>
Sun, 18 Aug 2019 18:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 2480 Manage recovery actively not hope you don’t fall apart. Aim to increase stress to stimulate growth but this only comes after adequate recovery so listen in to this podcast! Manage recovery actively not hope you don’t fall apart. Aim to increase stress to stimulate growth but this only comes after adequate recovery so listen in to this podcast! Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No
Exercise vs Training 3 Exercise vs Training full No No ba9a58dc-0385-48fe-a152-d9f206445826 https://share.transistor.fm/s/c82e7b26 Exercise vs Training.

Exercise is physical activity done for its own sake.
Training is physical activity performed for the purpose of satisfying a long-term performance goal.
RPE- Rate of Perceived Exhaustion 
It’s about the process instead of the workouts themselves.

Exercise is really important why is training better?
Watching the statistic improve is great 
Periodization is the systematic planning of athletic or physical training.
Progressive overload. 

Racing
Microcycles 7 days – 2 weeks
Mesocycle 3-6 mircocycles 
Macrocycles overall training plan 1-2 years

Classes

Avoiding Plateaus 

 Doms- delayed onset of muscle soreness 

Identifying the nuances of exercising vs training.

Many people view these terms as interchangeable. However as we discuss they technically have different meanings and consequently different OUTCOMES for the participant.

We outline our ethos to training and why it is important to know whether you have been only exercising or truly training.

We cover the steps to take to get you on course for real, measured results that will lead you to an excellent return on your investment of hard work, time spent in the gym and your money!

@profoundfitness_studio

www.profoundfitness.co.uk

train@profoundfitness.co.uk

www.mwfitnesscoach.co.uk

@mwfitnesscoach

byron@strengthrevolution.org 

StrengthRevolution.org 

@StrengthRevolution

]]>
Exercise vs Training.

Exercise is physical activity done for its own sake.
Training is physical activity performed for the purpose of satisfying a long-term performance goal.
RPE- Rate of Perceived Exhaustion 
It’s about the process instead of the workouts themselves.

Exercise is really important why is training better?
Watching the statistic improve is great 
Periodization is the systematic planning of athletic or physical training.
Progressive overload. 

Racing
Microcycles 7 days – 2 weeks
Mesocycle 3-6 mircocycles 
Macrocycles overall training plan 1-2 years

Classes

Avoiding Plateaus 

 Doms- delayed onset of muscle soreness 

Identifying the nuances of exercising vs training.

Many people view these terms as interchangeable. However as we discuss they technically have different meanings and consequently different OUTCOMES for the participant.

We outline our ethos to training and why it is important to know whether you have been only exercising or truly training.

We cover the steps to take to get you on course for real, measured results that will lead you to an excellent return on your investment of hard work, time spent in the gym and your money!

@profoundfitness_studio

www.profoundfitness.co.uk

train@profoundfitness.co.uk

www.mwfitnesscoach.co.uk

@mwfitnesscoach

byron@strengthrevolution.org 

StrengthRevolution.org 

@StrengthRevolution

]]>
Sun, 04 Aug 2019 13:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Profound Fitness 2289 Understanding these two words can literally mean the difference between hitting your goals, achieving your dream physique or winning at sports, versus remaining unchanged and frustrated about why your hard work is not getting you results. Understanding these two words can literally mean the difference between hitting your goals, achieving your dream physique or winning at sports, versus remaining unchanged and frustrated about why your hard work is not getting you results. Fitness< nutrition, weighttraining, Walking, physical training, exercise, recovery, No No
The Simplest Ways to Make the Best of Health 2 The Simplest Ways to Make the Best of Health full No No 98b2316b-f79e-4942-a245-ca93999b9e68 https://share.transistor.fm/s/ce1ea13c We discuss our 4 pillars of generating health.

1- Water 

2- Nutrition

3- Sleep

4- Recovery 

Understanding the basics

Prescribing exercise 


“American College of Sports Medicine 

3 sessions per week 

5 sessions of 30 mins 

Walking 10,000 steps

Chronic Stress - these days is unhealthy 

Exercise is a stress so how do we  mitigate that! 


Chronic Stress

Contact us through the gym with your questions.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 

]]>
We discuss our 4 pillars of generating health.

1- Water 

2- Nutrition

3- Sleep

4- Recovery 

Understanding the basics

Prescribing exercise 


“American College of Sports Medicine 

3 sessions per week 

5 sessions of 30 mins 

Walking 10,000 steps

Chronic Stress - these days is unhealthy 

Exercise is a stress so how do we  mitigate that! 


Chronic Stress

Contact us through the gym with your questions.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 

]]>
Sun, 04 Aug 2019 11:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Profound Fitness 2922 We talk you through the basic steps to leading a healthier lifestyle no matter where your start point is. We talk you through the basic steps to leading a healthier lifestyle no matter where your start point is. fitness, health, nutrition, No No
Welcome to the Profound Fitness Podcast 1 Welcome to the Profound Fitness Podcast full No No 6111132e-97ba-451b-ada1-f712269f71ab https://share.transistor.fm/s/f36998c6 Inaugural podcast - all about the personal training studio why we created our gym and the content we want to share with our listeners both in our local community of Mayford, Surrey UK, as well as the health space and beyond.

Show Notes:
How Profound Fitness got started and why it is different to 90% of the corporate gym models you may have encountered.
The training ethos at the gym, and broadly who we serve.
News & Media, our angle and what we'll be bringing you.
Contact us through the gym with your questions.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 

]]>
Inaugural podcast - all about the personal training studio why we created our gym and the content we want to share with our listeners both in our local community of Mayford, Surrey UK, as well as the health space and beyond.

Show Notes:
How Profound Fitness got started and why it is different to 90% of the corporate gym models you may have encountered.
The training ethos at the gym, and broadly who we serve.
News & Media, our angle and what we'll be bringing you.
Contact us through the gym with your questions.

http://www.profoundfitness.co.uk/

Find us online

Mike
https://www.instagram.com/mwfitnesscoach/


Byron

https://www.instagram.com/strengthrevolutioncoaching/

If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave us a positive review and share it with those that you think it would help.

Thank you 

Mike & Byron 

]]>
Wed, 24 Jul 2019 21:00:00 +0100 Profound Fitness Podcast Profound Fitness Podcast 1165 Inaugural podcast - all about the personal training studio why we created our gym and the content we want to share with our listeners both in our local community of Mayford, Surrey UK, as well as the health space and beyond. Inaugural podcast - all about the personal training studio why we created our gym and the content we want to share with our listeners both in our local community of Mayford, Surrey UK, as well as the health space and beyond. Fitness, nutrition, gym, weight training, exercise, health coaching, strength and conditioning, health and wellbeing, sports injury rehabilitation, weight loss, crossfit, No No