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40fit Radio is THE source for fitness, health, and lifestyle for 40+ aged Masters individuals. Hosted by Dr. Darin Deaton, DPT, Starting Strength Coach, and CrossFit Certified Trainer, Darin brings a refreshing science and experiential based viewpoint. He also hosts content experts on everything involving fitness and health. Whether you're just getting started on your journey to fitness and health or you're a pro, 40fit Radio has something to offer you!
 
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Mark Rippetoe discusses coach development and careers in the fitness industry after the devastating government overreaction to current events with Starting Strength Coach Inna Koppel. Inna now handles coach recruiting for Starting Strength Gyms.Mark Rippetoe
 
Coach Charity Hambrick returns to the podcast for a sort of "coaches' roundtable," an impromptu discussion between three coaches talking shop about training, programming philosophy, and long-term health and fitness. As Coach D reminds us, we're all organisms with a certain trajectory. We're born, we grow and develop, we reach maturity, and not long…
 
What if you just don't like exercise? What if you have trouble sticking with anything physically hard? How do overcome these hurdles? Not everyone falls in love with training, and that's OK. You can still enjoy the health and physique benefits of training! Strength coach and accomplished Master's lifter Charity Hambrick talks about some strategies …
 
Coach D and Coach Trent discuss the importance of training with a long-term mindset and an eye on sustainability -- training smart now so you that you can keep training for years! Trent analogizes fitness with cars. If you let a car sit for months, or years, then it starts to deteriorate. A car must run regularly to be healthy. On the other hand, i…
 
In Part 2 of our interview with Dr. Clearfield, he explains how he "helps the body heal itself" using treatments such as proliferative therapy, joint manipulation, platelet-rich plasma injections, and traditional physical therapy and exercise. Dr. Clearfield also discusses his process for analyzing and diagnosing a new patient. You can find out mor…
 
As we've said many times, training for strength improves tissue quality, flexibility, and joint health, especially for Masters lifters who have accumulated some bumps and bruises along the road of life. However, some Masters trainees find that even after they have acquired a solid baseline level of strength, they have lingering issues such as tendo…
 
Mark Rippetoe discusses the common misconception that women need a different method than men to get strong and the programming considerations for women as they progress on The Starting Strength Program.Mark Rippetoe
 
Want to change your body, change your health, change the way you eat and train? It all starts with the habits you cultivate, and your daily routine. Many folks start a fitness program because they have been driven to change. Something has pushed them over the edge -- the way they look, the way they feel, a negative prognosis -- and they want to mak…
 
Consistency is the key to progress in fitness and nutrition, and that often means doing the same thing workout to workout (ensuring you have a logical progression built into your training program) for long periods of time. Fitness is a marathon, not a sprint, after all. But sometimes the slow, steady nature of training creates the possibility for c…
 
Coach D delivers an overview of total joint replacements, their effectiveness, their limitations, and the considerations for training before and after surgery. Modern medicine has developed artificial joints which can replace damaged or worn out joints in the human body, often with great results. As new materials have been introduced to the prothes…
 
In another 40fit athlete profile, Fort Worth Strength member Brad Lamar joins the show to talk about his amazing journey of losing 50lbs and nearly 10in off his waist while getting stronger and leaner than he's ever been. Brad is a 49-year old IT professional in the healthcare industry who began training with a history of inactivity and back pain. …
 
Today a member of Fort Worth Strength & Conditioning joins the show to discuss his journey going from overweight and diabetic to fit and strong with well-managed blood sugar. Clif Hadley is a 61-year old IT professional with no prior athletic background (well, not since high school at least!) and no background with lifting weights. He found himself…
 
Back pain may be the most common type of pain humans experience, but knee pain is a close second. What do you do if you have painful knees, but still need to train? Coach D and Trent discuss the anatomy of the knee, the various causes of knee pain, and tips for training through knee pain. Connect with 40fit Radio 40fit website Facebook 40fit Nation…
 
Mark Rippetoe answers fan questions on another Q&A episode and features a special Comments from the Haters segment consisting of comments on Chase’s recent 365 lb press.00:00 Pre-Intro & Intro02:27 Comments from the Haters!08:22 Another Comment or Two11:16 On Biceps Tears14:51 Secrets of Weight Gain18:47 Your Cars?27:02 In the UK, How to Be a Coach…
 
Back pain is ubiquitous, and an unfortunate reality of being human. As Darin and Trent described in their four-part series of back pain (see episodes 28, 29, 31, and 33), it is a complex problem with many facets, including structural, psychological, and even social causes. That said, many trainees will encounter back pain during their training, so …
 
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