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The Breaking Muscle Podcast

Jun 29, 2017

Georges Hébert was a groundbreaking physical educator from France in the first half of the 20th century, whose influence on the art and science of human movement is still felt today. “Be strong to be useful” was his ethos for training, and that notion has regained popularity over the last decade.

Few people...


Jun 26, 2017

Every good coach and trainer considers themselves, to some extent, as a student of human movement. But few people can touch the level of devotion and study of David Weck, inventor of the BOSU ball and creator of WeckMethod. David’s diversity of athletic training and experience, coupled with his limitless curiosity...


Jun 22, 2017

Today we’re bringing you a very special episode of the Breaking Muscle Podcast with none other than Max Shank, creator of the 5 Minute Flow, and author of Ultimate Athleticism and The Simple Shoulder Solution, along with several other books. Max has quickly become one of the leading minds in all of fitness, and his...


Jun 19, 2017

We all understand that the tool matters far less than what you do with it. Few people exemplify that altruism more than Sean Griffin, founder of Chicago Primal Gym. While his passion and tool of choice is the kettlebell, he is far more interested in creating a mindset for his clients that will enable a happy,...


Jun 15, 2017

Most athletes put hours of thought and research into meticulously planning every workout and training cycle, but then taking care of the nutrition side of the house becomes a chore. At the same time, we all know that no matter how perfectly we train, if our diets are garbage, we won’t get the results we’re looking...