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The Breaking Muscle Podcast

Oct 31, 2017

For all our advances in medical technology and understanding of how the human body works, we don’t seem to be getting any healthier. In fact, the first generation in American history with a shorter life expectancy than their parents has already been born. Lousy diet choices and a culture that demands sedentarism from...


Oct 23, 2017

Most of our societal problems stem from not respecting our nature, chiefly our natural inclinations for movement, nutritious food, and time outdoors away from digital stimulation. There is a community role in fitness and promoting healthy lifestyle change. Eating healthier and working out are far harder to do against...


Oct 19, 2017

CrossFit, SoulCycle, and many other group-class fitness brands have exploded in popularity over the last decade. Part of the success these brands have enjoyed is owed to the fact that each of them fulfill the fundamental needs people have for community and exercise.

One of the greatest fitness communities ever created...


Oct 9, 2017

There are two choices to make when faced with society’s problems, or your own. You can sit and talk about how horrible and sad they are, or you can get about the business of doing something about them. Michael McCastle falls in the latter camp, and his Twelve Labors Project has allowed him to raise funds and provide...


Oct 2, 2017

In the pursuit of mastery, most coaches and trainers choose to specialize in a particular discipline, sport, or modality. But Jenn Pilotti took a different approach, letting her natural curiosity guide her toward a uniquely holistic understanding of the human machine. After completing her formal education with a...