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There are plenty of bad health, fitness, and nutrition professionals out there and our team doesn’t want you to be one of them. You’re joining Sam and the team over a decade into our journey to bridge the gap in our industry between macros, metabolism, muscle, and what some folks call “alternative health” Sam has spent over the last decade in the health, fitness, and nutrition coaching space, and now helps other coaches improve their client results, retention, and revenue through his program ...
 
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We're chatting science today and how it is perceived and reported in the mainstream media along with internet arguments and debates. My goal with this episode and this platform is to allow you to be an educated consumer whether in your own transformation or in your client's transformation. Topics include: - Chatting about Science and Arguments abou…
 
Should you or should you not incorporate intermittent fasting with clients or yourself? Just as with any well informed answer, it depends on the individual so today, I want to share with you the pros and cons of intermittent fasting, share some studies, and explain some key considerations when determining if this is a helpful protocol. Topics inclu…
 
Extending our conversation about inflammation, it is important to understand the mechanisms of inflammation, how it presents in the body and mind, and the types of inflammation. Today's episode will cover the three types of inflammation, simplifying cytokines and their role inflammation, fat and muscle tissues considerations, and much more! Topics …
 
Is there a connection between inflammation and depression? We know there are many factors both psychologically and physiologically that contribute to mood disorders but I wanted to cover this area specifically today. We'll cover serotonin function and holistic function, acute vs chronic inflammation, the different types of cytokines that contribute…
 
We've done a lot of episodes when it comes to women's health and contraceptive use, hormonal physiology, and other similar topics surrounding this subject but today, I want to discuss contraception vs optimization when it comes to female physiology and being informed about the various types of contraceptives and their effects. Topics include: - Mak…
 
One of the most hot button topics in the current nutrition conversation landscape is the red meat industry from a variety of different perspectives from environmental to physiological. I want to bring you the actual data behind studies done in this area along with my experience coaching as well as my own dietary habits. My hope is that you'll make …
 
With the rising popularity of consumer DNA tests, more and more individuals are digging into their genetics. While this can be good for some, others are overwhelmed with information or feel "broken" due to certain alleles/genetic variants. I want to break down as simplistically as I can the MTHRF mutation, methylation, and how they play a vital rol…
 
A topic rising in popularity is the concept of a whole food matrix and for those unfamiliar with the concept, this is the difference between a whole apple vs apple juice. I wanted to share a few studies with you on this particular topic and share it's overall benefits. Topics include: - What is a Whole Food Matrix? - What We’ll Cover - Reductionist…
 
Measuring glycemic index has become more and more popular both in studies and in marketing but does it really matter when it comes to health and weight loss? We'll dive into the history of glycemic index, the carb and insulin model of obesity, studies looking at glycemic index, and much more! Topics include: - First Developed in 1981 - History of G…
 
Instead of bringing you a longer form mentee interview, I wanted to give you different perspectives and shorter reviews of the FNMS program with different mentees with different businesses, coaching experiences, and their own health journeys and my hope is that at least one resonates with you. ---------- My Live Program for Coaches: The Functional …
 
It may not be what you expect to hear from me but it's the truth. This episode was inspired by a recent live talk I gave in Austin this past weekend surrounded by coaches wanting to grow their coaching businesses. The one thing I see that sets apart rockstar coaches from the rest is their level of urgency in all aspects of their life and work. List…
 
Another of my rockstar FNMS clients Allie Cass joins me today on the show to discuss her journey from Bikini Boss and the bikini prep world to shifting to the functional and health focused world. We'll also talk about her experience with FNMS. Topics include: - From Bikini Boss to Functional Coaching - College Days - Different Phase of Life - Desir…
 
Menopause carries a lot of physiological changes and today's episode is to what extend that looks like and how hormone replacement therapy plays into aiding certain hormonal changes. Topics include: - HRT After Menopause - Overview Of What We’ll Cover - Menopause Episode - Time Course of HRT and Type of HRT - Oral Estrogen Use - Dropping Hormone Le…
 
We often talk about personal development in the health and fitness Industry but what does it break down to when you really think about it? There are key areas I want to cover in this short episode as a perspective builder and hopefully remind you of the importance of coaching from these lenses. Topics include: - Breaking Down Personal Development -…
 
Kait-Ann Callahan is a former athlete turned contest prep competitor turned health coach and all the while dealt with a lot of health and under-eating issues we've discussed previously on this show. She's since resolved those issues and learned a lot about the advanced concepts in the health and fitness world and is committed to helping women that …
 
Shorter Q&A style episode today covering two important topics in insulin resistance and thyroid health as it pertains to fat loss. Topics and questions include: - FNMS Program - Causes of Insulin Resistance - Snowball Effect of Insulin Resistance - Thyroid/Sex Hormone and Fat Loss - Slow Metabolism - Share, Rate, and Review ---------- My Live Progr…
 
If there's one thing we remember from high school science class, it's that the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell. That was the extent most of us received though so today's episode is a deep dive into mitochondria's role in the endocrine system and how it plays into our overall health. Topics include: - Throwing it Back to High School Biolo…
 
Finishing up our Principles of Metabolism and Hormones series, I want to recap what we have covered so far, explain why past decisions affect future decisions, and demystify the calories vs hormones debate. Topics include: - Part 1 and 2 Recap - Defined and Discussed Metabolism - Past Decisions Affecting Future Decisions - Why it’s Both Calories an…
 
If you're looking to help your coaching clients in a deeper capacity, this is definitely an episode you'll enjoy. I have Alyssa Wunder, MA, CCC-SLP, and FNMS student with me today to discuss her journey with coaching and her health, overcoming imposter syndrome and being frustrated and confused, and what she is working on now specifically for women…
 
Part 2 of our 3 Part Principles of Metabolism and Hormones series covers the definition of metabolism. We discuss the actual scientific definition of metabolism, the role of metabolic adaptation, why we all have a unique metabolic identity, and much more! Topics include: - Metabolism “Slowing” Down - Scientific Definition of Metabolism - The Role o…
 
This is Part 1 of a 3 part series going back to basics essentially with the topics of metabolism and hormones and breaking them down in a concise and clear way. Part 1 covers hormones, the two messengers and systems, T3 and reverse T3, and so much more! Topics include: - Hormones 101 and Functions - Conductor Example - The Two Messengers and System…
 
Recent controversy in sport, specifically with NCAA swimming and Lea Thomas, brought to mind a topic I wanted to cover and have extensive work with trans-athletes in the past. No matter your political stance on the issue, I wanted to dive into the physiology of the requirements for trans-athletes to compete, adolescence physiology and gender differ…
 
Alex Johannsson, coach for Lost and Lifting, has grown exponentially during his time in the Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Science Specialization that I wanted to have him on the show to discuss his story. We discuss how long it took him to finally pull the trigger to join the mentorship, some unexpected surprises from the program, and his vie…
 
Growth hormone has received less spotlight on this platform compared to others like cortisol and estrogen but I thought it was time for a deep dive. We'll cover the nuances of fasting and muscle gain, estrogen and testosterone considerations, how it plays into insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome, and much more! Topics include: - What is Growt…
 
It's easy to point to how many years someone lives but what did the quality of those years look like? I want to help define what a healthy life span is, whether continuous caloric restriction is the answer, and give you a concrete example of how type 2 diabetes is affecting the globe from a financial perspective to drive this concept home. Topics i…
 
Thinking about hiring and training or in the process? I want to share with you why most coaches have it backwards when it comes to onboarding new coaches or team members. We need to educate our team about our CLIENTS before our processes and systems if we hope to grow successfully. I'll also touch on if you are yourself an assistant coach and how t…
 
How important is meal and nutrient timing to fat loss and overall performance? I want to share with you 5 key points to examine this question from and share my perspective. Topics include: - Does Timing Matter? - 5 Key Points - Body Composition and Sedentary Lifestyle - Protein Intake Considerations - Blood Marker Considerations - Conclusion from 5…
 
The great debate between "if it fits your macros" and quality is everything when it comes to food, what actually matters? I want to breakdown a recent study on this very topic and give you my thoughts and perspective. Topics include: - Does Quality Matter? - Ratio of Whole vs “Processed” Foods - Recent Study Details - Insulin Sensitivity Considerat…
 
If you follow the biohacking world, you've probably heard the term red light therapy. It can be easy to write off at first as you wonder how shining a red light on your skin could have so many health benefits so today's episode is looking at the science, studies, and processes that the body undergoes during a red light therapy session. Topics inclu…
 
You've heard me talk at length about how many diet styles have their own strengths and deficiencies and the only one that comes anywhere close to be "universally" beneficial for most people is the Mediterranean diet. While it's not perfect and not for everyone, it does have a lot of solid components to it and I wanted to explore it through the lens…
 
Still science in today's episode but from a different perspective. As we lift the curtain behind your coaching business, there are 5 key currencies or aspects to its continuous growth. Every coach has a starting place where they gained certain expertise or currency and now has to shift and acquire currencies in other areas. This is a delicate balan…
 
There is no one size fits all approach when it comes to nutrition and health. Even the Mediterranean diet for example I wouldn't recommend to everyone. Each individual needs their own protocol and today's episode is a reminder of that. Topics include: - No Golden Protocol - Mediterranean Diet Example - Coaches Checklist - Understanding the Individu…
 
Recently passed the anniversary of a viral post (which is a rarity for me) in 2020 dubbed the "Doritos Tweet". So this podcast reaches as many individuals as possible without being comprised, I'll do my best to share the vital information, studies, and statistics we have uncovered over the past 2 years on that global thing that made all the headlin…
 
A recent study from the Mayo Clinic showed a shocking revelation about the state of primary care and western medicine in general. I won't spoil the statistic but it's not good. Many factors contribute to misdiagnosis which I will cover today along with what we can do as coaches. Topics include: - Bad Experience with Western Medicine - Mayo Clinic S…
 
While I've discussed longevity and aging in multiple episodes on this platform, I thought it was time for a deep dive and explain some of the nuanced details about aging and lifespan. We'll cover the primary theory of aging, the hallmarks of aging, the physiological process of AMPK and mTOR and their relationship, and much more! Topics include: - S…
 
Enjoy This Episode? Enroll Now in the Gut Health 101 Workshop: Demystifying Digestive Health Starting on March 10th, 2022 ---------- Concluding our Got Gut Health? series, in part 4, we will discuss stomach acid, digestive enzymes, bile, and tests you can do at home to assess stomach acid levels if you so choose. Other topics include: - Gut Health …
 
Enjoy This Episode? Enroll Now in the Gut Health 101 Workshop: Demystifying Digestive Health Starting on March 10th, 2022 ---------- Continuing our Got Gut Health? Series, today's episode will dive into the topic of gut dysbiosis, the gut microbiome, and issues that arise from gut dysbiosis. Topics include: - Part 3 of Got Gut Health Series - Gut H…
 
Enjoy This Episode? Enroll Now in the Gut Health 101 Workshop: Demystifying Digestive Health Starting on March 10th, 2022 ---------- Continuing our Got Gut Health? series and in part 2, we will be covering a recently popular topic with some controversy and a lot of misconceptions around it. "Leaky gut" or as it is actually known intestinal permeabi…
 
Welcome to the Got Gut Health? 4 part series where we are diving into all things gut health and what better way to start off this series than defining digestion itself. What is good digestion? What does acute and chronic constipation and diarrhea look like? What is a normal amount of gas and bloating and what is too much? All of these and more will…
 
Did you know the use of contraceptives specifically birth control might be impacting who you choose as a mate? It might even make you more jealous one study finds. Really fascinating topic so I wanted to bring you the unbiased research when it comes to birth control, mate choice, attractiveness, and a study on professional lap dancers. Topics inclu…
 
The most studied supplement on the planet is the topic of today's discussion and despite the amount of data and research we have, it still has its myths and misconceptions. Topics include: - Deep Dive on Creatine - The Most Studied Sports Supplement - Endogenous Creatine Production - Creatine Monohydrate - Explaining Energy Systems and Creatine - H…
 
If you've followed me for awhile, you know how much I enjoy data and tracking, specifically when it comes to health. Oura and Whoop recently came out with new versions of their devices and I wanted to test both out simultaneously and give you my unbiased opinion since I am not affiliated with ether one of them. Topics and perspectives include: - We…
 
Pop culture has pushed eliminating meat on society but does the research and evidence back their claims that it leads to a longer, healthier life? I'm here to present you the unbiased perspective and add context to this discussion. Topics include: - Eliminating Meat From Your Diet? - Common Pitfalls of Eliminating Meat - Population Studies - Common…
 
Sodium has gotten a bad rap in the health and fitness space and it's time to put the myths to bed. Today's episode is a deep dive into sodium, salt and blood pressure connection, salt sensitivity and hypertension, and much more! Topics include: - Sodium Intake Myths - Episode Pillar Breakdown - Salt and Blood Pressure Connection - LMNT and Sample P…
 
Over the summer of 2021, I did a micronutrient mastery series (so definitely check that out after this episode if you haven't and this type of episode interests you) and we'll continue that today with covering the vitamin B12. We'll talk about deficiency signs and deficiency risks, how to measure B12 levels, supplementation options, and much more! …
 
Today's episode is all around one of the most controversial topics in the health and fitness space. When it comes to the health and fitness industry, stances range from "avoid at all costs" to consuming enough Diet Coke to flood the Grand Canyon. We'll explore the truth both in the research and anecdotal experience. Topics include: - One of the Mor…
 
While many diets can work for you or your clients, we have to keep in mind a few principles that make up a successful diet and allows the individual long term sustainable success as well. I'll cover the 5 rules in depth and include a few bonus tips at the end. Topics include: - 5 Rules for a Successful Diet - The 5 Rules Overview - Managing Appetit…
 
Many individuals start the journey towards their transformation to achieve a specific aesthetic goal. Hair is a very large component to that and a good amount are struggling with hair loss in some fashion. Today's episode will cover the 3 specific types of hair loss, potential treatments and solutions, and more! Topics include: - Chasing Aesthetics…
 
Within a client transformation, we have to look at the entire frame. We know a lot of individuals set goals and resolutions around the time this releases in February and some might not be seeing the scale change and potentially quit. There are 7 nonscale aspects and victories I want to share with you so we can track progress with more than just the…
 
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