Todd Nief's Show

Todd Nief's Show
Todd Nief is the owner of downtown Chicago’s #1 CrossFit gym and the coach to multiple CrossFit Games athletes. He has been featured by Men’s Fitness, WGN Radio, and NBC Chicago among others. His background in chemical engineering and as a musician in multiple death metal bands gives him a unique lens with which to unpack the models that people use to solve problems in complex areas like fitness, business, nutrition, music, economics and psychology.

Courtney Kelly (Strength Ratio | Ethos Alchemy) on optimality theory, trade-offs in fitness, and copywriting
Jul 27 • 81 min
Figuring out how to prioritize in any sort of complex system is really, really difficult. We see this all the time in working with athletes. A simple, linear mindset results in athletes trying to do more, more, more training — and expecting to get…
Todd Jones (Nails)
Jul 13 • 65 min
In this episode of “Between Two Todds,” Todd Jones discusses his songwriting process for Nails and why he thinks of himself more as a “music fan” than a “musician.” Todd has a public perception that is often totally out of alignment with his actual…
Sarah Sentes (Manager Tools) on managing in industries that resist management
Jun 29 • 65 min
Every small business that has any level of success hits a tipping point where the fact that business is going “kind of well” becomes the most stressful thing to the founders. I vividly remember hitting this point with South Loop Strength &…
Wayne Banks (KIPP Academy) on remote learning, protests, and race in CrossFit
Jun 15 • 93 min
Wayne is the principal in residence at KIPP Team Academy in Newark, New Jersey. I’ve wanted to have Wayne on the show for awhile to talk about education since I’m endlessly fascinated with learning, learning about learning, teaching, teaching…
John Wooley (Make WODs Great Again) on the essentialness of CrossFit gyms
May 28 • 70 min
I recently wrote a controversial oped for the Morning Chalk Up on why my CrossFit gym isn’t an essential business. John Wooley, from the regularly hysterical CrossFit satire account @makewodsgreatagain, wrote a thoughtful response disagreeing with…
Jeff Wang (Modern Asian Kitchen | Yum Dum Truck) on COVID-19’s impact on restaurants
May 18 • 58 min
When people think of the culture of a country or a city, food is one of the first things that comes to mind. But, with the economic disruption caused by COVID-19, a lot of folks - myself included - have serious concerns about the ability of…
Brad Stulberg (The Growth Equation)
May 4 • 54 min
Brad Stulberg has a list of accomplishments that would make most authors drip with envy. Hundreds of thousands of books sold. A regular column in . Contributions to publications like The New York Times, Sports Illustrated and Wired. A and tens of…
Jon Callahan (The Great Unlearn)
Apr 20 • 81 min
Cal spent a long time chasing money, social status, and all kinds of external validation. And he didn’t just chase it. He was good at getting it. As an interest rate trader in Chicago, he had checked a lot of the boxes that people think will make…
Ian Kaplan (Hybrid Performance Method)
Apr 6 • 71 min
So, what’s the deal with chiropractors? Are they all just full of it? Ian Kaplan is the COO of Hybrid Performance Method ( training company) and soon to be doctor of chiropractic, and he’s also one of the most thoughtful and skeptical people in…
Jason Collins, PhD on Loss Aversion and Ergodicity Economics
Mar 23 • 85 min
People are predictably irrational, right? We have a poor intuitive understanding of statistics, we leap to drawing cause and effect relationships where none exist, we don’t understand exponential growth very well, and we gorge ourselves on junk food…
Joshua Becker, PhD on Polarization, Collective Intelligence & Social Tipping Points
Mar 9 • 77 min
Joshua Becker studies computational social science - particularly collective intelligence and tipping points. Joshua has recently published some papers on polarization showing that the grim headlines about an increasingly fractured society unable to…
Jason Crawford (The Roots of Progress)
Feb 24 • 74 min
Jason Crawford studies the history of innovation on his blog The Roots of Progress with detailed case studies on things like the invention of the bicycle, the invention of steel, and how we decided between alternating and direct current. In this…
Brian Speronello (Accelerated Conversions)
Feb 10 • 76 min
Brian Speronello is a copywriter who runs a boutique copywriting shop called Accelerated Conversions. He works closely with a handful of clients - including The Ready State (formerly MobilityWOD). Brian was recently involved in the rebranding of…
Jessica Danger (Morning Chalk Up | A Fresh Cup of Fitness)
Jan 27 • 77 min
Jessica Danger is a creative writing professor, an editor at the Morning Chalk Up, and a co-host of the “A Fresh Cup of Fitness” podcast. I’ve been writing #content for well over a decade now - starting with a polemical high school zine - and I…
What I’ve Learned About Learning
Jan 13 • 32 min
I’ve put a lot of thought into learning over the last year or two - both in terms of learning things myself (like coding, improvisation on guitar, and assorted wide reading into too many different interests) and in terms of teaching coaches who I…
[From Coach to Business] Will Hoekenga (Copygrad)
Dec 30, 2019 • 66 min
This is a cross-post from the From Coach to Business podcast. My friend Brandon and I both often get questions about starting and growing a coaching business - either online or in the brick and mortar space - so we put together a season with answers…
Gretchen Leslie (GrowthLab)
Dec 16, 2019 • 66 min
Gretchen Leslie is the Director of Operations for GrowthLab and I Will Teach You To Be Rich. I recently attended a live event that Gretchen and the GrowthLab team put on in New York, and I wanted to talk with Gretchen about her management philosophy…
Evan Peikon (Training Think Tank)
Dec 2, 2019 • 87 min
Anyone who has coached or competed in CrossFit for awhile sees things that kind of don’t make sense. Athletes with 15+ unbroken ring muscle-ups and a 6:30 2k row who are surprisingly bad at “metcons.” Athletes who can only do 5-10 unbroken…
[From Coach to Business] Juliet Starrett (San Francisco CrossFit | The Ready State)
Nov 18, 2019 • 82 min
This is a cross-post from the From Coach to Business podcast that we just launched. My friend Brandon and I both often get questions about starting and growing a coaching business - either online or in the brick and mortar space - so we put together a…
[From Coach to Business] Tiago Forte (Forte Labs)
Nov 11, 2019 • 61 min
This is a cross-post from the From Coach to Business podcast that we just launched. My friend Brandon and I both often get questions about starting and growing a coaching business - either online or in the brick and mortar space - so we put…
[Repost] Adrian Bozman (Head Judge of the CrossFit Games)
Nov 4, 2019 • 84 min
We’re going back in the archives this week to last year with a repost of an interview with Adrian Bozman - the Head Judge of the CrossFit Games. You can check out I’ve been hard at work finishing up the first season of…
Chris Mills (Harm’s Way)
Oct 21, 2019 • 60 min
Chris Mills is the drummer for Harm’s Way - and he’s also a clinical social worker for an addiction and mental health residential program. Many folks who are touring most of the year piece together random part-time jobs or have their…
Todd and Friel on Fundraising
Oct 7, 2019 • 64 min
Fundraising for your business is often a stressful, opaque and time-consuming process. I’ve gone through it on a minor scale in order to take on a lease and build out a building for South Loop Strength & Conditioning - but my good…
Jason Leydon (Conquer Athlete | CrossFit Milford)
Sep 23, 2019 • 54 min
Jason Leydon is an elite-level CrossFit coach - and, much like myself, a continuing education junkie. I’d been looking forward to this conversation, since Jason is not just very successful in his ability to develop athletes, but also very…
Shelby Lermo (Vastum | Ulthar)
Sep 9, 2019 • 72 min
Shelby Lermo plays guitar for Vasum and Ulthar, and used to oversee the tangled web of death metal, interviews and conspiracy theories that was Illogical Contraption. This conversation was a real pleasure for me, since I’ve known Shelby as…
Jake Rhodes (BearKomplex) & Jason Yule (Boxstar Apparel)
Aug 26, 2019 • 80 min
We’ve got Jake Rhodes from BearKompleX and Jason Yule from Boxstar Apparel and Harbor Park CrossFit on the podcast. I met both of these fellows when they exhibited at the inaugural South Loop Games in 2016. This episode isn’t just for…
Scott Young (Author of Ultralearning)
Aug 12, 2019 • 77 min
Scott Young is a prolific blogger and the author of Ultralearning. Scott first gained notoriety on the internet for his MIT Challenge - where he completed the entire MIT computer science curriculum in less than a year. He has also documented…
Ben Dziwulski (WODprep)
Jul 29, 2019 • 63 min
Ben Dziwulski is the founder of WODprep, where he and his team of coaches teach CrossFit athletes the fundamentals of advanced skills. Ben has helped thousands of people learn new skills and built an impressive online business in the process….
Tony Gentilcore (CORE Fitness)
Jul 15, 2019 • 71 min
Tony Gentilcore is a strength coach, the owner of CORE Fitness, and a co-founder of Cressey Sports Performance. Tony has been creating strength & conditioning content on the internet for ages that is both deeply insightful from a movement…
Austin O’Neal & Megan Benzik (Live ATOP Coaching)
Jul 1, 2019 • 65 min
Austin O’Neal and Megan Benzik return for a round two on the podcast - although it’s a round three for Megan. They moved into a van last summer, but they wouldn’t consider themselves minimalists. Instead, their decision was based upon a…
Chelsea Troy
Jun 17, 2019 • 89 min
Chelsea Troy is a self-taught and informally educated software engineer and data scientist who also specializes in machine learning. Chelsea also blogs regularly at . In this conversation, we discuss the process of self-educating in a variety…
Survivorship Bias & Bad Advice
May 31, 2019 • 40 min
People enjoy listening to successful people explain how they were able to achieve the things that they’ve accomplished. (I should know, I often interview them). Unfortunately, a lot of advice from successful people is absolutely terrible….
Marcus Filly (Revival Strength)
May 17, 2019 • 71 min
Marcus Filly is the owner of Revival Strength and Revive-Rx, as well as a multiple time CrossFit Games athlete. Marcus has popularized the concept of Functional Bodybuilding and a more measured approach to intensity in fitness training -…
Orion Melehan (LIFEAID)
May 3, 2019 • 70 min
Orion Melehan is the co-founder and CEO of LIFEAID - known throughout the CrossFit community for the bubbly delights stored in gym fridges across the land. Orion and I discuss the trade-offs of rapidly scaling a growing business, how to…
Socratic Questioning
Apr 19, 2019 • 33 min
Ah yes, the delightful process of asking obnoxious leading questions. What could be more fulfilling? Well, it turns out that - in order to teach the complex reasoning necessary for something like coaching, simply receiving complicated,…
James FitzGerald (OPEX)
Apr 5, 2019 • 91 min
James FitzGerald is the founder and president of OPEX and an all around systematic thinker and pattern matcher who has developed some pretty impressive insights into what makes people successful in mixed modal fitness. He’s applied this…
Heather Gabel & Seth Sher (HIDE)
Mar 22, 2019 • 85 min
“I just want to make heavy brutal shit that makes people feel anything at all.” My friends Heather and Seth play in a band called HIDE that - in addition to offering a disorienting and bludgeoning live experience -…
Jim Crowell (OPEX)
Mar 8, 2019 • 75 min
Jim Crowell is the CEO of OPEX. I first met Jim back in the OPT days at one the CCP certifications in Scottsdale - and now he’s friggin’ running the place. We talk about how to think about competition in the fitness industry (you’re not…
[Alpha Hippie Podcast #44] Mental Models & Death Metal
Mar 1, 2019 • 81 min
I was recently a guest on my buddy Angelo’s Alpha Hippie podcast. I got some good feedback on the interview, so I figured I’d share here with all of you as well since you seemingly have some interest in what I have to say….
Michael Cazayoux (Working Against Gravity//Brute Strength)
Feb 22, 2019 • 67 min
Michael Cazayoux – co-founder of Brute Strength and host of its eponymous podcast, president of Working Against Gravity, and 2012 and 2013 CrossFit Games Champion as part of Hack’s Pack – joins the podcast to discuss his thoughts…
Friel + Todd on Healthy Longevity and Training for People who Don’t Care About Exercise
Feb 8, 2019 • 91 min
We’re trying something different on the podcast this time - this time, I’m pseudo-interviewed by my childhood best friend John Friel. John is not the most fitness-inclined individual, so we thought it would be interesting to have a…
Phil Mansfield (RedPill Training)
Feb 4, 2019 • 59 min
This is a cross-post from the Legion Strength & Conditioning podcast - where we get much more into the weeds with CrossFit coaching and competition. Figured this may be interesting to some of the folks here, so bringing this…
Justin LoFranco (Morning Chalk Up)
Jan 25, 2019 • 58 min
Justin LoFranco is the founder of the Morning Chalk Up - a daily CrossFit newsletter with many, many thousands of subscribers. Justin has an extensive background in political campaign work - and was able to use his insight and know-how to…
Mike Hranica (The Devil Wears Prada//God Alone)
Jan 11, 2019 • 108 min
Most musicians in the world toil in obscurity - hoping that anyone at all will find and resonate with their music. For those select few who do achieve some level of success via their music, they quickly become part of a…
Ask Me Anything #1
Dec 28, 2018 • 43 min
Here it is…at long last. My first ask me anything episode! I put out a call for some questions on the e-mail list, and got some pretty good responses.I picked three to discuss in detail…then I started recording without…
Danny Lopez-Calleja (CrossFit Soul//Wodapalooza)
Dec 14, 2018 • 74 min
You know when you’re walking through the airport wearing a CrossFit shirt and you see someone else in a CrossFit shirt? Or when you’re going about your business at the grocery store wearing a Morbid Angel shirt, and someone down the aisle has…
Josh James (Stick to Your Guns//Eighteen Visions)
Nov 30, 2018 • 64 min
Given that Josh has already told the tales of being kidnapped in Egypt and playing one of the first shows that an American hardcore band in Kenya has played, I was worried that he might not have any stories left for me when he agreed to do…
Kristin Miller (CrossFit Mayhem)
Nov 16, 2018 • 56 min
This is a cross-post from the Legion Strength & Conditioning podcast. If you want some more detailed information on training, make sure to subscribe to that pod as well on iTunes as the “Legion Strength &…
Berkeley Dietvorst, PhD (University of Chicago)
Nov 9, 2018 • 77 min
Even though we live in an era of “big data” and huge amounts of our internet usage and content consumption are governed by algorithms (Facebook’s newsfeed, YouTube’s related videos, Google’s predictive search, the advertising we’re served…
Brian Blake (Real Friends)
Oct 26, 2018 • 104 min
Many people dream of achieving success - thinking that once they achieve at a certain level that they will be happy. Tara Brach calls this “If Only…
Adrian Bozman (Head Judge of the CrossFit Games)
Oct 12, 2018 • 81 min
Anyone who obsessively consumed everything in the CrossFit Journal from 2008-2014 learned a lot from Boz. Here’s Boz explaining what to say when a member is…
Mike McGoldrick (Training Think Tank)
Sep 28, 2018 • 73 min
You certain wouldn’t accuse Mike McGoldrick of having an over-bearing sense of bravado, but he has achieved a trifecta of fitness business success that few other folks can match.You certain wouldn’t accuse Mike McGoldrick of having an…
Megan Benzik on Testing Positive
Sep 18, 2018 • 78 min
Earlier this year, Megan Benzik was selected for a drug test at the South Regional. Weeks later - if not months - CrossFit HQ…
Shawn Knight (Child Bite//Berserker Fest)
Aug 30, 2018 • 74 min
Some people seem to have an insatiable, irrepressible, uncontainable urge and desire to create.Some people seem to have an insatiable, irrepressible, uncontainable urge and desire to create. My friend Shawn fits into that category. We spend…
Brady Cable & Brandon Senn (Kabuki Strength)
Aug 16, 2018 • 72 min
The folks at Kabuki Strength spend a lot of time getting people to roll around on the ground like babies. And I like that. I recently attended the Kabuki Movement Systems course, and I found it to be quite valuable - and I also…
Ron Petzke (Bongripper)
Jul 30, 2018 • 74 min
My friend Ron has a long history of being in bands with ridiculous names that become popular.My friend Ron has a long history of being in bands with ridiculous names that become popular. We’ve got Weekend Nachos. We’ve got…
Michele Fumagalli (2018 Individual CrossFit Games Athlete)
Jul 12, 2018 • 68 min
Michele Fumagalli just missed the CrossFit Games in 2015, and decided that she would be back in 2016. But, life got in the way, and she discovered she was pregnant leading into the 2016 Open. When she didn’t qualify for Regionals in 2017…
Lindsey Love Jenks (Macrostax)
Jun 25, 2018 • 59 min
Lindsey Love Jenks used to coach over 100 individuals on their nutrition. But, she realized there was a much larger market for something in between the individualized nutrition coaching she was offering and impersonal, unadaptable templates….
Debra Giunta (Design Dance)
Jun 7, 2018 • 68 min
I went to a party at Debra’s dance studio to celebrate that it was full of toxic mold and that it was shutting down. That could have been the end of Design Dance, but - after getting fired from a call center that “a dog…
Mike Lee (OPEX)
May 16, 2018 • 75 min
Mike Lee is the Director of Coaching at OPEX - and he’s worked with some pretty big names in the competitive CrossFit community like Tennil Reed, Marcus Filly and Amanda Goodman. I met Mike at one of the OPEX CCP Level 2 courses a…
The Micro-Skills of Coaching
Apr 23, 2018 • 52 min
Any complicated, multi-layered skill is made up of potentially dozens of other “micro-skills” - and coaching is no different. It’s not enough to have book knowledge of energy systems progressions. It’s not enough…
Daniel Shea
Apr 12, 2018 • 96 min
“Actually choosing to try to be an artist as a terrible idea. Nobody should do it. It’s really fucking stupid. It’s like one of the stupidest things you could do with your life. And it’s really hard. And you’re an idiot if you think…
Cal Wysocki (Fulcrum Education Solutions)
Mar 22, 2018 • 81 min
Cal Wysocki is the founder of Fulcrum Education Solutions, a company dedicated to improving the quality of instruction in our schools. In this discussion with Cal, we focus on the strategies and tactics that he uses to elevate the processes by…
Carleen Matthews (3x CrossFit Games Athlete)
Mar 8, 2018 • 66 min
Carleen Matthews is a multiple time individual CrossFit Games competitor. It’s always interesting to hear how people competing at the highest level in a sport think and operate on a daily basis - but Carleen’s story has another layer. She has a…
James Pligge (Harm’s Way)
Feb 20, 2018 • 91 min
You may think that James is an intimidating and frightening man. But, it turns out that he is one of the weirdest and funniest people I know. Check out this discussion to learn about James’s long-standing fascination with Fear Factory, the process of…
Austin O’Neal & Megan Benzik (OPEX Athlete)
Feb 12, 2018 • 62 min
Austin and Megan have both spent significant amounts of time at South Loop Strength & Conditioning as both athletes and coaches, and - last year after competing at…
Angelo Sisco (O’Hare CrossFit)
Jan 11, 2018 • 63 min
“An alpha hippie is a tree-hugger who can rip out the tree and smash you with it, too.” Angelo has built O’Hare CrossFit into a thriving business, which is much, much harder than it seems in this market, and he was also head of coaching for…
Task Management and Prioritization - A Soliloquy on Getting Things Done
Dec 31, 2017 • 31 min
I recently re-read Getting Things Done as part of my obligations for a book club that includes my business partners at South Loop Strength & Conditioning, and I realized I had gotten sloppy with a few key areas and I had simply failed to…
Misbah Haque (The Airborne Mind)
Dec 13, 2017 • 73 min
Misbah Haque runs a really great podcast called The Airborne Mind. We discuss being overly analytical and potentially socially awkward, the process of connecting with influencers even when you have “nothing to offer,” and creating narrative and story…
Stefanie Cohen (Hybrid Performance Method)
Nov 27, 2017 • 66 min
Stefi used to be the weightlifting coach at South Loop Strength & Conditioning, and his since gone on to set world records in powerlifting while working towards a doctorate in physical therapy at the University of Miami. We discuss screaming at…
Dylan Walker (Full of Hell)
Nov 10, 2017 • 96 min
Dylan Walker from Full of Hell chats about spooky childhood stories, the in-group signaling of grindcore freaks, how to maintain a creative vision, and tells tales of the Cavaleras.
Rehab Principles in Performance-Based Athletes
Oct 26, 2017 • 14 min
Flying solo this time to discuss how performance-based athletes and coaches can benefit from an understanding of rehab principles - without diving into a sketchy rabbit hole of telling people that you’re going to fix their pain or being…
Jason Phillips: Macros, Certifications, and Mentorship
Sep 27, 2017 • 60 min
Jason Phillips comes on to talk about how to manage stress and training in athletes relative to their nutrition prescription, what to do when someone doesn’t want to count their macros, and how to grow your business to the point that you’re personally…
Stephan Guyenet, PhD – Author of The Hungry Brain
Mar 31, 2017 • 60 min
There’s been a culture war raging for decades - high carbohydrate diets vs high fat diets, paleo diets vs vegan diets, people tracking all of their food in apps while others shout that “calories don’t matter,” and a bunch of people off in the corner…
Peter Rahal, Founder and CEO of RXBAR
Nov 23, 2016 • 55 min
Learn about how RXBAR filled a whole in a market that didn’t seem to exist, and how they went from making bars in their parents’ basements to being distributed in national grocery chains.
Dr. Shawn Allen of The Gait Guys
Oct 31, 2016 • 72 min
Anyone who has ever been to a physical therapist has inevitably been told that they have “weak glutes” and been given Jane Fondas or some other form of band exercise. Does every human being actually have weak glutes? Is the contractile potential…
Brandon Heavey & Nicole Latimer of Evidence Based Athlete
Oct 20, 2016 • 74 min
If you have any interest in the fitness industry – for health, performance, weight loss, or otherwise – you’ve seen some sensational headlines. “I tried the ketogenic diet and lost 15 pounds in three weeks – all while adding 30 pounds to my…
Group Classes vs Training Templates vs Individualized Programming
Sep 23, 2016 • 67 min
Everyone has an opinion on programming and training for CrossFit. Quibbles over the best ways to train are nothing new in any sport. Jon, Todd and Paul discuss the best practices in training through group classes, training templates, and…
Ricky Hirsch: The Jerky King of Chicago
Aug 3, 2016 • 51 min
You’d think that having the most successful food-based Kickstarter campaign of all time would be a great start. But, Ricky Hirsch was disappointed in having raised only $57,000. He thought his product was so good that he was going to get millions….
Dr. Ben Fergus on How Being a Giant Baby Will Improve Your Performance
May 12, 2016 • 78 min
I’ve snuck into a lot of physical therapy continuing education courses that I don’t belong in over the last few years. I’ve enjoyed putting myself in situations where I’m the least knowledgable person in the room, and trying to learn in a field…
James FitzGerald on Quitting Coaching
Apr 15, 2016 • 61 min
I first started coaching in CrossFit back in 2010, and at some point in 2011, I transitioned into the role of writing programming for the gym that I was working at. In typical information hoarder practice, I began to search out as much as I could find…
Greg Anderson from Southern Lord Records and Sunn O))) on How to Build a Tribe
Mar 29, 2016 • 54 min
Greg Anderson is the owner of Southern Lord Records and plays guitar in a variety of extreme metal bands, most notably Sunn O))), Goatsnake, and Thorr’s Hammer. Greg released my band’s record (Like Rats - II) In 2016.
Interview with Joe Heiler of
Mar 7, 2016 • 62 min
As a strength & conditioning coach, I’ve received some of the best continuing education by playing around in areas that I don’t belong in. Courses geared more towards physical therapists like DNS, the SFMA, and Sahrmann’s courses on Movement…
Michael FitzGerald on What Metrics Actually Matter for Performance in CrossFit
Jan 5, 2016 • 68 min
Michael FitzGerald first came to prominence in the CrossFit scene while screaming in pain during the final workout in the documentary filmed on the 2009 CrossFit Games. Since then, he has coached multiple CrossFit Games competitors through his company…
Elisabeth Akinwale on Mental Toughness in Competition and How to Coach like a Social Worker
Dec 10, 2015 • 46 min
In addition to being a five times CrossFit Games competitor (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015) with two top ten finishes, Elisabeth Akinwale is a mother and a former social worker.
Why training harder doesn’t necessarily mean training better
Dec 3, 2015 • 37 min
If you start taking a look at fitness celebrities on social media, their timelines are full of inspirational quotes. There’s all kinds of stuff out there about pushing harder, never quitting, never backing down, and not making excuses. While…
Mike Kesthely of Dynamic Nutrition
Nov 2, 2015 • 80 min
Back in 2013, Mike Kesthely effectively closed Dynamic Nutrition down. He had consulted with several CrossFit Games level athletes on their nutrition and had lead nutrition seminars for OPEX (formerly OPT). However, his full-time job as a firefighter…
Ben Crookston, CEO of Train Heroic
Oct 21, 2015 • 50 min
Starting a business from nothing is brutal. Getting anyone to pay attention to you in the first place, then to part with cash for some product they’ve never heard of, then to deliver on that product is crushingly difficult. Ben Crookston has grown…
Why are you training?
Sep 29, 2015 • 32 min
In this episode, Todd & Paul discuss the five “whys” of training. At SLSC, we see a lot of people with a lot of different goals. The best practices in training for all of these individuals will vary quite a bit based upon their experience level…
Liz Yerly of Chicago Recovery Room
Sep 2, 2015 • 41 min
Liz has a plethora of letters after her name: MPT (Master of Physical Therapy), ATC (Certified Athletic Trainer), LMT (Licensed Massage Therapist) & CSCS (Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist). While certifications don’t necessarily mean much in…