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Ep 15: Social Media, Fantasy Fitness (AND MORE) with Dan John

In this episode we take a big picture look of fitness with Dan John. We talk about the norms of modern fitness and the reality of what it means to be fit. The rules of good health don’t need to be complicated. By looking at your health from a holistic, simple, and honest perspective you can get a clear view of your fitness priorities instead of focusing on unrealistic and destructive “Fantasy Fitness”. 0:00  Introduction3:04  How do you weed out a good coach7:47  Social Media and Fantasy Fitness16:30 How has your faith influenced training and coaching?22:36 What happens when you fail? Obstacle planning28:28 Reconciling chasing status goals with the vanity metric of being healthy33:43 What should you do if you have fallen off track? How to be well-rounded in 1-2 workouts a week. 37:11 There is no perfect workout program41:32 Life happens, keep going46:58 What is “fit”ness48:00 ConclusionDan John is a professional coach, trainer, and religious scholar who has written and co-written books like “Never Let Go”,  “Mass Made Simple and Easy Strength”, “Can You Go?”, and “Now What?”. He has a background as an athlete and holds the current American record for the Weight Pentathlon. Dan teaches people about weights and kettlebells on his training site Dan John University, and passes his knowledge through numerous workshops and publications worldwide. You can check out and follow Dan here: ELSE TO FIND ME, YOUR HOST:Join the Body Trust Movement: https://equippedwithstrength.comWorkout Membership: Programs and Coaching:

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After over 15 years in the health and fitness fields, Cardiac Nurse turned Personal Trainer, Marianne Kane explores the journey from believing you're broken, dysfunctional, and ill-equipped to a place of believing you come equipped with exactly what you need for your next step.Your host discusses topics that will help lessen the burden of "getting it all right" and create freedom to be your truest and fullest "fit self", inside and out, just as you are.