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Unlocking Your Inner Strength

Unlocking Your Inner Strength is about finding your inner and outer strengths. Learn how you can step into your greatness. This show blends Mind Mapping, philosophy and a lifetime of being a strength coach and bodybuilder.
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Jun 26, 2018

Most of us learned this in kindergarten, but it seems it’s a lesson we easily forget. You know, like when you were a kid and you thought two coins were better than one – like two nickels were better than one quarter. The opposite is true.

Of course, when it comes to fat loss, some of the simplest, most principled things get convoluted and confused, and we step over the $100 bill because the new, shiney nickel gleams and catches our eye.

Well today’s episode is your wake-up call! Stop searching for shiny objects you think will be the magic charm to turbo-charge your fat loss. Start picking up $100 bills, and you’ll reach success.

Episode highlights:


- The number one thing your brain needs in order to progress and move forward (1:24)
- A simple question to ask yourself to improve as a leader that your brain has no choice but to answer (2:33)
- Why you should never, ever, ever over-diet and push to the extreme (2:33)
- A simple system of measurement that is WAY more effective at determining you actual fat loss than stepping on scales or counting calories (6:44)
- If you’re going hard in the morning with cardio and killing yourself with calorie suppression, but you’re not doing this beforehand, might as well give up now (9:06)
- Where to find your “$100 bills” that will really ramp up your fat loss efforts (9:53)
- Most people get it all wrong when it comes to Keto diets. Here’s what you really need to know … (10:25)
- Feel like your fat loss has stalled? Observing changes in these parts of your body will tell you if you’re on the right track (12:07)

One away …

I can’t believe how fast time has flown by. Next week is the 100th episode of the Unlocking Your Inner Strength Podcast. Be sure to take a moment to celebrate with me (… part of the Fitness Pizza Pie, remember?). Here’s to dispelling more of the horribly bad mainstream fitness advice and moving forward in success, together!

I hope you found this helpful. Thanks for joining me on this journey. Please share this episode and leave the show a review on iTunes. Connect with me on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

You’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

Kyle Newell
If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

Jun 19, 2018

Mistakes in any area of life can be a good thing – if you learn from them, and they don’t get you arrested. But too often, I see people making the same mistakes over and over again when it comes to fat loss.

In the last episode, I shared with you some things to start doing to win your fat loss battles. Today, let’s talk about what you need to avoid doing.

Episode highlights:


- An app I recommend for tracking progress on your fat loss goal (1:58)
- You can avoid the absolute BIGGEST fat loss mistake people make just by doing this one easy thing (3:07)
- The number one reason why people put off starting a fat loss program – or anything else – and how to brush past it (3:35)
- The two components that must be in any diet in order to supercharge your fat loss and maintain it (5:06)
- Why you’re better off starting with small changes versus shooting out from the gate (5:54)
- If you notice your body doing more of these two things, good news -- you’re in fat loss mode (7:11)
- The three biological processes of fat loss and how to help your body make them happen more easily (8:56)
-If you’re not doing these three crucial things right, forget about fat loss supplements (10:44)

Keep it simple …

It might seem a little overwhelming to think about all of the things you should and should not be doing to win the fat loss war. That’s ok. Here’s the best thing you can do: take the first step. You’ll figure out the rest as you go.
Remember, you don’t have to be perfect. You just have to stick with it, which all of these tips should help you do.

I hope you found this helpful. Next week we’ll talk nutrition and cheat meals. Please leave the show a review on iTunes, and like me on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

You’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

Kyle Newell
If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

Jun 12, 2018

Do you want to know what I love about helping people on their fitness journey, specifically with losing fat? It’s the fact that even just showing up every day and going through the process makes a person’s life so much more rewarding. That is, if they’re doing it right. And there’s more bad information out there on how to lose fat than there is right, and actually helpful information.

Honestly, it makes me angry that so many people believe they have to do these extreme diets and endless cardio to lose weight. All of that can actually backfire, big. Let’s talk about why …

Episode highlights:


- People get into fitness because of body image issues, but little-known fact, most bodybuilders have more body image issues after they start competing. Here’s why (1:27)
- Your body is like a pendulum. Expect this to happen if push it too hard one way … (2:44)
- The biggest predictor of future weight gain isn’t the junk food you eat. It’s this one thing you think you’re doing right (3:09)
- You’re not Arnold Schwarzenegger or Lolo Jones. And that’s good because knowing this will help you design training programs that actually work (3:26)
- Be the tortoise, not the hair when you start your fat loss journey. - -Then you’ll be able to pay attention to this … (4:04)
- Why rigid restrictions and endless cardio workouts actually may make you fatter (4:26)
- The first two things you need to focus on in your weight loss effort … (4:59)
- To guarantee improvement in any area, you have to commit to doing this one thing (6:44)
- You lose the most fat when you’re doing this. Neglect it, and you’re sure to actually pack on weight (8:57)
- A super simple multiplication to figure out how many calories you should be consuming for optimal weight loss (9:44)
- If your body becomes more efficient at using fewer calories, what do you think will happen when you start eating normal portions again? (10:58)

Focus on fat loss at least once per year …

Now that you know the real science and approach to losing weight, I recommend you try to focus on fat loss at least once per year. Even if you have just a little to lose, the process will sharpen your focus, aid in goal setting and improve your overall quality of life.

That’s all for this episode, I hope you learned something useful. Next week we’ll talk supplements and conditioning protocols. Please leave the show a review on iTunes, and like me on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

You’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

Kyle Newell
If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

Jun 5, 2018

Want to have a little fun? Try this with the resident trainer at your local gym. Next time you see him, ask him how the seven different biological systems adapt to imposed demands. Ask him how those adaptations work in conjunction with the Fitness Pizza Pie to wrap up into the broader goal of achieving holistic training.

The fact is, most run of the mill trainers don’t know any of this stuff. They can hold a stopwatch and yell at you to run until you puke, but unless you find the balance between stressing every single one of your 7 bodily systems and everything else on the Fitness Pizza Pie, you’re never going to see the full potential of your strength and health. Here’s what you need to know about these seven systems ...

Highlights from today’s show:

- First, a note about fear and mastering your mind to recognize where fear comes from (1:11)
- A quick review of the Fitness Pizza Pie from last time. Each of these slices correlates to health and strength in your 7 bodily fitness systems (4:51)
- News flash! Training effects everybody differently. Why recognizing this actually makes planning for your training and nutrition much more simple (5:59)
- Without further adieu, the 7 fitness bodily systems are … (6:19)
- Training is all about creating adaptation to imposed demands. For the best health and strength, you’ve got to stress every one of your bodily fitness systems, but you also can’t neglect to do this … (9:03)

Sleep, relax, play and learn …

I know I keep hammering this, but I just want to make sure you hear it here, because you’re likely not hearing it anywhere else. When life gets crazy with work and obligations, you may be able to get to the gym and eat right, but neglecting your sleep, relaxation, play and learning is like planting a palm tree in Antarctica. Don’t sabotage your health and strength for any reason. You’re a much better worker and all-around person when you’re strong and healthy.

 


Ok. That’s it for me on my soapbox. Thanks for listening today. I hope you enjoyed it. Please leave the show a review on iTunes, and like me on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

Enjoy your Fitness Pizza Pie, stress your 7 bodily fitness systems and win your week! You’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

Kyle Newell
If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

 

May 29, 2018

Do you want to be among the world’s most elite? What if I told you that just by doing this one simple thing you’d be in the company of less than only 10 percent of the population? Skeptical yet? It’s true! And when you do the deep thinking and discover for yourself a guiding philosophy for your life, it becomes easier to live your life on your terms – like the top 10 percent of the population does.

But if you’re going to define the mission statement for your life and future decision-making opportunities, there are some things you should know.

Highlights from today’s show:

- This one thing will make every decision you make in life so much easier (1:36)
- Why you should never intentionally try to make people feel bad, especially if you’re a leader (2:46)
- How to gain the “slight edge” and why that’s important for sustained success (3:37)
- A piece of advice I was given more than 20 years ago that still has me motivated to keep pressing forward (4:55)
- Why violent accountability is the only way to create your best life (5:09)
- It’s not selfish to say, “It’s about me.” Here’s how you can be the bigger person with this exact mindset (6:23)
- The ideal length for your mission statement or life philosophy should be … (8:11)
- I’m not a rebel. I wear clothes, after all. But I do live life on my terms. You should, too, and here’s why … (9:12)
- When is good, good enough? When it’s good. How to overcome your fear of judgement so you can recognize good when you see it (11:30)

Not all who wander are lost, but those who are lost likely got that way by wandering …

If you’ve been listening for a while, you know I LOVE anything and everything about strolling in nature. Taking a nice hike and taking in the scenery while meandering with no particular path to follow is a nice way to enjoy nature, but you should always at least have a bearing for where you are. It works for hikes. Not so much for your life’s direction. If you waffle and flounder expecting life to just happen to you, it will. But you may not like what you get. Avoid wandering far away from your life’s purpose by following the advice in this episode to define your life’s philosophy.

 

Thanks for listening today. I hope you enjoyed it. Please leave the show a review on iTunes, and like me on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

Follow your mission statement rigidly and go out and win your week! You’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

Kyle Newell
If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

 

May 22, 2018

I was still doing bodybuilding competitions when I found Scott Able, and I’ll admit … I was looking to cheat. No, I wasn’t going to take banned substances, and I wasn’t going to hammer any knee-caps, but I was looking to find scientific validation to my desire to incorporate cheat days into my competition diet. Scott actually showed me something even better, and I hired him as my fitness coach. When I did, I set in motion a relationship that would bear fruit in so many ways – one, being core to the success of Newell Strength, and my fitness … nay, life philosophies. So what might these Able-isms offer you? Listen to find out.

Highlights from today’s show:

First, a couple notes on sleep:

- You may need to skip sleeping in, and sleep less if you want to achieve this MOST IMPORTANT aspect when it comes to setting healthy sleep patterns (1:16)
- Did you know drinking alcohol during the day (or evening) does this to your R.E.M. sleep? Hint: it’s not good. (2:11)

Able-isms:


- There’s great wisdom in the unconventional … workouts. I share one that’s sort of a “go-to” for me ... (2:40)
- Your metabolism isn’t confined to a day. Why understanding this gives you a major boost in reaching fitness goals (4:41)
- Why you’ll rarely ever get what you need, but you’ll almost always get what you want. Do this to shift your exercise and nutrition mindset … (6:40)
- Your training should never be like tracks in a sandhill. Pour the water from different spots for a change. And while you’re at it, deprive yourself of oxygen in your workouts (7:50)
- Need a good coach? Look in the mirror. If you have relationships of any kind, you’re automatically a coach. But don’t fall into this dangerous trap (10:36)

If the chase is wearing you out ...

Stop chasing. Every goal you set should be centered around bringing more pleasure and more happiness into your life. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do hard things, but that those hard things you do should have a purpose that will bring you more of the life you want.

Scott is great at helping people want more out of their training, out of their fitness and out of their lives. I highly recommend you check him out. His website is: www.ScottAble.com. If you get good, actionable advice out of these episodes, give Scott some love as his science-based counter-cultural approach is a foundational aspect to my own approach.

Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this episode. Please leave the show a review on iTunes, and like me on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

Keep it unconventional and look for the bigger picture as you set out win your week! You’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

Kyle Newell
If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

 

May 15, 2018

You ever notice that no matter who you ask, “pizza” seems to be their favorite food? I sort of think it might be the key to world peace as we get people to focus on that which we have in common. But this isn’t an episode about food or foreign relations. No … This episode is about The Fitness Pizza Pie. Enjoy these six slices regularly, every day even, and achieving your health and fitness goals should give you no indigestion.

Shall we get into your fitness pizza recipe?

Highlights from today’s tale:

- Why you need to be more vague with your goals so you can be sure you don’t cut out this crucial component that your brain craves in order to be happy (1:17)
- Jesus and Buddha achieved vibrational energy levels of 1000. Most people never get to energy levels above 200. Why this is important if you want to solve problems (4:19)
- Fitness isn’t just about exercise, it should carry over into these key areas of your life (this is why crossfit is dumb) (6:32)
- The six slices of your fitness pizza: which is the most important slice and how do you make sure you’re getting enough of each? (8:00)
- What you need to know about visceral fat (the fat that pads your organs) and why you should NEVER let it get above this level if you value your health(8:27)
- More on the six slices of your fitness pie and how each affects the others (9:10)

The process is the goal ...

Unlike actual pizza, the fitness pizza pie is one you must indulge regularly in order to see real progress. Ordering from your fitness pizza only once per week, or from just a few slices, will keep you from seeing the kind of progress you really could achieve. Stay consistent and you’ll see results in no time. But remember, the process is the goal – if you’re not growing, you’re dying, so be sure to keep reevaluating your goals and making adjustments. With six slices to focus on, there’s always a goal to be strived for.

Anyway, hope you enjoyed today’s show. Next week, I think I’ll talk about one of the smartest fitness guys I know and all that he’s taught me. Listen to this episode to find out who it is.

Please do me a favor and leave us a review on iTunes, then follow me on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

Now get out there and win your week! You’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

Kyle Newell
If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

 

May 8, 2018

Gather ‘round and listen good all you serious self-improvers! Coach Kyle has an epic tale to tell. This past month at Newell Strength we’ve been celebrating our members, and we came up with the idea of giving out some throwback T-shirts from when we called it Champions’ Choice. It was such a hit, but it got me all nostalgic and I realized I’ve never really told you the story of how Newell Strength came to be. So that’s gonna happen in this episode.

It’s been a heck of a ride. And if you’re the kind of person that can pick out the leads and queues of where to learn, lead and follow, then this show will be of great value to you.

Highlights from today’s tale:

- Are you feeling too scared? How about over-analyzing? This little trick I learned and practiced even just recently as we opened our second location can help see you through (2:59)
- Your desk … the pencil … your thoughts … Everything has energy. This is why it’s more important than you know to be mindful (5:03)
- Can flooding your mind with positivity cure what ails you? My gut says, “Yes”, but you Crossroads: I almost started a landscaping business instead. Then this happened ... (8:46)
- Think attending seminars is dumb? Are breakthroughs dumb, too? (Hint: GO!) (12:35)
- The one concrete thing you absolutely must have “mapped out” to avoid every entrepreneur's worst nemesis: burn-out (13:19)
- Second-guessing and opportunities to give up WILL test you. Beat them by referring back to what I said earlier about energy ... (18:06)
 - The purpose of any and all of your goals should be this ... (22:17)

It’s a dangerous business ...

… “Stepping out your front door. If you don’t keep your feet, there’s no telling where you’ll be swept off to.” - Bilbo Baggins

Remember anything great you achieve begins with a step. Just begin, and keep stepping – one after the next – over and over until the next thing you know you’re moving faster than a diesel engine with a full cargo load chugging down hill. Your steps will have obstacles, but if there’s anything I hope you’ve learned over these year-and-a-half worth of episodes it’s that you CAN achieve any success you put your mind and your effort toward.

Thank you, sincerely, for joining me on this journey. It’s been one heck of a ride and I’m excited to see where we’ll go together.

Please do me a favor and leave us a review on iTunes, then follow me on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

Hope you enjoyed my story! Next week back to mindset. Until then … you’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

Kyle Newell
If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

 

May 1, 2018

See what you made me do? You all are a distraction! Just kidding. But I did go off on some tangents with the past couple of episodes when I promised you I’d cover the final two myths of fitness and nutrition. So, lo, and behold … the final two myths and their insanity I place before you royal lobes.

Are you curious to see if you’ve bought in to these final two myths? Well then, let’s see if you’re right or wrong. Ready to get learning?

Today, you’ll learn:

- You’ve heard that life is a race analogy? Maybe, but here’s why you should view your life as though there is no finish line (1:35)
- How to optimize your metabolism that has absolutely nothing to do with dieting (4:29)
- Why the science of how long it takes for food to pass through your upper gut absolutely destroys the frequent small meals myth (4:51)
- Three core digestion and energy management benefits you experience when you eat less often (7:30)
- How fast can you shove it all in? Here’s what you should really do when you don’t have enough time to eat (7:50)
- Is this the reason people say grace before eating? Every time you eat, be sure you’re practicing the 3 joys of food (6:19)
- You can prove for yourself that cardio for fat loss is a huge wannabe trainer myth. All you need is reality, math and science. Check out these studies ... (12:11)
- Are you a duck or a chicken in the gym? One is definitely preferable for legitimately losing weight. (14:13)

Eat less often, but do this more …

Hydrate. Drink water. Consume the clear liquid that springs forth from the ground. You get the idea. So much of our body’s balance is tied into our hydration so throughout your day, be sure you’re getting enough water.

To get even hormonal balance, check out episode 85 for what supplements to take for sleep, weight loss and energy.

 

That’s it for today. Thanks for tuning in. Please leave the show a review on iTunes and follow me on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

Catch you on the next Facebook live or podcast replay! Next week I’ve got a cool mindset piece I want to share with you. Until then … you’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

Kyle Newell
If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

Apr 24, 2018

If you’ve ever been in a relationship of any kind, you already know that logic and emotion, when mixed out of proportion, is like putting a designated smoking area next to a store of powder kegs – you’re just asking for it, and it’s only a matter of time until “thar she blows”. Of course, we are all emotional. We are all also logical, and both of these states are necessary for our humanity. But balancing logic and emotion is difficult sometimes, and debilitating if you get it wrong consistently. If you struggle one way or the other, you need this show. Let’s get started, shall we?

Today, you’ll learn:

- An often misunderstood aspect of intermittent fasting that actually helps to negate the effects of lack of willpower (1:17)
- Speaking of willpower, have a hard time using yours? No problem. Use everyone else’s. Sound crazy? It works! Here’s how ... (3:31)
- What happens to your mindset when you’re overly emotional, or overly logical ... (6:19)
- How to power through the stuff you don’t want to do by using the paradoxical nature of emotion versus logic to your advantage (7:10)
- Just can’t get moving forward on that project, task or idea? You’re likely too emotionally attached to some aspect of it. Do a self-evaluation, like this ... (9:32)

Find the sweet spot!

As complex as you are, life – and the things we want to accomplish in life – becomes so much easier when you understand how your brain works. I’ve said it before, but your brain is absolutely amazing! There’s nothing like it in the world. But understanding it, even just a little better, helps you to harness its power to move forward toward your ever-evolving goals (I’m sure we’ll talk more about progressive goal-setting in future episodes).

Anyhow, that’s all we have time for today. Thanks for tuning in. Please leave the show a review on iTunes and follow me on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

Catch you on the next Facebook live or podcast replay! Until then, logically, you know it, but you also have to feel it … you’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

Kyle Newell
If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

Apr 17, 2018

I have a confession to make. I’m not proud of this, but when I was younger, between the time I was competing in sports in high school through the time I opened my gym (Newell Strength), I used to be one of those guys that thought sleep was for the weak. I thought I HAD to be the early bird surviving on coffee and stress to outwork everybody. I was even a hypocrite. I’d tell people I would train how important it was for them to get their sleep, but I wasn’t taking my own advice.

With everything I’ve learned about sleep over the years (and am still learning …) I wish I could have that time back. I would have been able to perform so much better had I slept more.

If you’re like I was, know that this belief of “sleep when you’re dead” might build your pride and your ego, but if you want to see real gains in health and fitness, you need to drop that belief like a lead balloon in a vacuum tube. Let’s get the facts straight about your sleep, shall we?

Today, you’ll learn:

- Why buying in to the lie of “sleep when you’re dead” actually makes you less productive (2:30)
- A few tips for how to turn your weakness into strength to find harmony and balance (3:01)
- You’ve heard about your circadian rhythm, but did you know this is what’s happening to your body and your mind during this time? (3:57)
- What happens when you don’t sleep enough and too much adenosine builds up in your body over time (adenosine makes you tired and is cleared from your body during sleep) (5:10)
- Some people can go with very, very little sleep. They’re called the “sleepless elite.” (You’re likely not one of them, but here’s how to know if you are) (7:27)
- You might not know that sleep has this kind of effect on visceral fat.(8:20)

Nothing productive happens ...

Unless you really are one of the “sleepless elite” if you’re honest with yourself, are you really all that productive waking up at 3, or 4 a.m. anyway? It might be some nice quiet time, but do you know when else you can experience quiet? … When you sleep! I’m not saying to neglect times of quiet or reflection – those are very important, as we’ve discussed in other podcasts – but you do need to realize just how critical you sleep is for your body and mind to be at peak performance. And I know you want to perform at your best, otherwise why would you be listening to my show?

Anyhow, that’s all I have for you this time. Thanks for tuning in. Please leave the show a review on iTunes and follow me on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

Catch you on the next Facebook live or podcast replay! Until then, concentrate on your sleep to be sure you’re stronger than you know! (I know I will ...)

Peace,

Kyle Newell
If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

 

Apr 10, 2018

Man, do I have some great news for you today – especially if you’re one of those people who spends hours on the elliptical machine or runs for miles each day and still can’t shed the flab. Most people believe this is the only way to lose weight. Little do they know, they are actually sabotaging their own success and likely destroying their overall health.

I told you last time we’d be torching the two most widely believed weight loss myths like the sun torches pasty white dudes in the tropics … Today, we’ll tear apart the myths of eating small, frequent meals to boost metabolism, and that cardio is the best exercise for fat loss. Ok. This will be fun.

Today, you’ll learn:

- A return to focus on mindset – the four keys to longevity and how they’ll keep you smiling, strolling, leg-joints from popping and gut from busting (1:16)
- Small, frequent meals are the worst thing to do for your metabolism. They can also lead to sickness and stomach problems. What you should know ... (4:30)
- A secret that no other fitness expert teaches on how to truly achieve optimal metabolism for your body (5:44)
- Chronic stress and high blood glucose – what they don’t tell you ... (6:14)
- How to use research and reality to choose the most effective fat-burning exercises for you (10:45)
- Duck breasts versus chicken breasts and how the difference between the two should shape your view of cardio (12:04)
- The muscular system drives the cardiovascular system – not the other way around. Here’s why that’s important to know (16:25)

More on the four keys ...

Longevity is something any sane person who loves living should strive for. And if that’s not you then, honestly, what are you doing listening to this podcast? But of course, that is you. So I highly encourage you to implement these four keys into your lifestyle. My hope is for you to be fit and happy well into old age. Keep pluggin’ and you’ll get there, indeed.

Thanks for checking out today’s show. I hope you learned something. Please leave me a review on iTunes and follow me on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

Catch you on the next Facebook live or podcast replay! Until then, you’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

Kyle Newell
If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

 

Apr 3, 2018

You know, the fact that I even have to talk about this makes me a bit angry. The fitness and health industry is rife with gimmicks. There is so much marketing propaganda and misinformation out there, it’s no wonder people get fed up when nothing is working and they keep getting fatter. But let not your heart be troubled, dear listener, if this is you.

I may not have the cameras, crash test dummies, the explosives or the glorious mustache, but today, I’m going to be busting some widely accepted myths about fitness and nutrition, and I’ll be using science to do it. So settle in and prepare to learn what really works when the goal is to achieve your best body.

Today, we’ll discuss:

- Can’t seem to shake that stubborn belly fat? Perhaps you should do more crunches. Especially if you want to stay fat, and possibly injured. Let’s talk myths concerning core workouts ... (5:10)
- Most personal trainers get this all wrong, but this is what your core is actually designed for (7:15)
- “The best way to ensure you get fat is to eat before bed.” That’s a HUGE lie. It’s actually the best time to eat, and eat heartily. Here’s why (8:54)
- It’s conclusive! Definitive research shows diets don’t work and will leave you actually fatter (11:24)
If you’re judging the quality of your workout by how sore you feel afterward, you are setting yourself up for failing BIG (11:50)

More myths to bust ...

Next time we’ll continue on our quest to decipher tradition versus truth. The two myths I’m going to slay in the next podcast are probably the most widely held and ultimately the most destructive to people’s fitness and health goals. Tune in to be sure you aren’t buying in to these myths.

As always, I hope you enjoyed today’s show. Thanks for listening! Please leave me a review on iTunes and follow me on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

Stand by for next week. Until then, keep striving! You’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

Kyle Newell
If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

Mar 27, 2018

I LOVE episodes like the one I’ve got in store for you today. Why? Because I get to send flaming arrows into the conventional wisdom that’s keeping you stressed, sick and broke from all the wasted money you’ve likely spent on ineffective “cures”. Today I’m going to share with you the truth about that bad, bad, hormone – the “C-word”– cortisol ….

By the end of this episode, you’ll see why cortisol is actually one of your best allies for staying healthy and fit. But just like anything in excess, too much of it is where problems arise. Let’s dive in ...

Today, we’ll discuss:

- Why people have it all wrong when it comes to cortisol and stress. Here’s what’s actually going on, and why cortisol blockers are a baaaaaaddd idea … (1:39)


- The two different types of stress, and why one is really good, even though it, too, produces cortisol (1:55)


- Understanding “The Fishing Effect” so you can harness your natural cortisol production cycle to manage your insulin levels and, thus, stay focused, lose weight faster and sleep better (I don’t know of any health professional that has made this connection yet) (3:36)


- Do you struggle to wake up in the morning, and can’t get to sleep at night? You could have cortisol flip. Don’t ask your doctor. He likely doesn’t know jack about this. Here’s how to fix it … (4:08)


- A friendly suggestion for how to actively manage your excess stress to avoid excess cortisol (7:30)


- Get a dog. Seriously. Here’s why … (8:58)

A bit about the zebra ...

Not much is more stressful in the moment than getting chased by a massive lion that wants to tear your flesh and snap your bones. If zebras lived under that type of stress around the clock, they’d be the world’s fattest animal. But after a frenzied run, they rest and recover. They don’t live in constant stress. You’re not going to tell me that you ain’t as smart as a zebra, are you?

That’s what I thought. I hope you’ll take the lesson from today’s show and actively apply it to begin reducing excess cortisol and make it’s natural production your strong ally.

Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed the show, please leave me a review on iTunes and follow me on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

I’ll be back with you next week. Until then, win the week! You’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

Kyle Newell
If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

Mar 20, 2018

If you’re the person who has tried absolutely every diet under the sun, you work out for hours at the gym, but you still can’t drop the weight, this episode is taylor-made for you. While I’m not totally letting you off the hook, know that it’s not entirely your fault–you’ve likely been told all of the wrong ways to go about achieving a healthy body and a healthy weight.

After listening to today’s show, you’ll be further along that 90% of the population as you’ll learn that it’s all interconnected. And we’ll cover some protocols you need to know to get your systems working together. Let’s go!

Today, we’ll discuss:

MINDSET:
- How to measure your daily progress toward your holistic goals using the F5 System (1:28)
- Are you trying to speed up your life or slow things down? How to think about everything you’ve been taught as opposite to find what really matters … (2:13)
- What is underlying in every major religion and how understanding this can improve your relationships and effectiveness (2:44)
SUPPLEMENTS::
- Common sense natural supplements you need to take for fat loss, how much to take and how often … (3:47)
- Eat more–protein–to lose fat. But if you use whey protein know this in order to make it work (5:38)
- Forget about all of this if you’re not getting enough sleep, but for that daily boost, here’s what you need to supplement with to increase your energy (8:52)
- You know how important sleep is–it’s the best diet in the world! Here’s how to get the kind of natural deep sleep that turns your body into the epitome of health (10:38)

More protocols to come ...

Today we covered three of the protocols (Sleep, Energy and Fat Loss), and the supplements for them, that add up to building the healthy and functional body of your dreams. But we’ve only covered half of them.

Next time we’ll get into the remaining protocols and afterward you’ll be set with an encyclopedia-level of knowledge for how to give your body and health the care it needs. Be sure to catch it!

Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed the show, please leave me a review on iTunes and follow me on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

I’ll be back again next week and until then, win the week! You’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

Kyle Newell
If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

 

 

 

Mar 13, 2018

You might be a little confused by today’s title. Especially if you listened to last week’s episode when I told you that the brilliance of the brain and the body is that everything it does is to promote survival first. Yet here I am telling you to stop being a stressed out, survival oriented, human. What gives?

It’s true, your body’s first priority is to survive. And you learned last time that your hormones are the tools that control your body functions and composition for best protection. But stressing out these hormones can have muy malo consequences. That’s why you need to understand what I share with you in this episode.

Today, we’ll discuss:

MINDSET:

  • Why it takes at least 10 years to become an overnight success (2:01)
  • Ho imagining you’re pushing a flywheel and thinking about moment can help you better understand the “10,000 hour” success principle (4:13)

HORMONES AND NERVOUS SYSTEMS:

  • This internal environment is controlling your body composition. You must change this aspect if you want to change your composition (5:37)
  • The two sides of your autonomic nervous system and how to tap into each to both relax and ramp up when necessary, thus finding better hormonal balance (6:18)
  • Which nervous system you need to activate more often to shed fat and activate natural anabolic growth (9:52)
  • The specifics of what stress actually does to release this hormone that packs on the fat like a snowman packs snow (12:33)

You can’t thrive in survival mode …

While it’s undoubtedly a crucial function, operating at such high stress and in your sympathetic nervous system all the time is not how you want to live if you at all care about your looks and long-term health. You must prioritize your rest. If you get nothing else from this episode, take the golden nugget I gave you about your sleep cycles to heart, and you’ll see noticeable changes in no time.

Thanks again for tuning in. If you enjoyed the show, please help me out by leaving a review on iTunes. And don’t forget to follow me on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

I’ll be back again next week with more useful stuff to know, but until then …  you’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

  • Kyle Newell

If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

Feb 27, 2018

Today we’re going to begin by learning something very valuable from someone whose inner strength I can’t help but deeply admire. When it comes to your mindset, it can be easy to get too optimistic. But do you know what happens to optimists in POW camps? They die! And it’s because they overlook a key aspect of seeing it through. Learn it from Vietnam POW, Admiral James Stockdale, himself when he said: “This is a very important lesson. You must never confuse faith that you will prevail in the end—which you can never afford to lose—with the discipline to confront the most brutal facts of your current reality, whatever they might be.”

How’s that for a pro tip? Alright. Now on to what to work on in the gym. Write this down and implement it, and you’ll be haulin’ and ballin’ well into your 80s. Let’s jump in ...

Today, we’ll discuss:

-The two types of muscle groups and the purpose each serves in your body. Knowing this will help you better understand how to train them, specifically (2:41)
-Want a bustin’ chest and bulging biceps? You don’t need to torch those muscles as much as you need to do this ... (3:56)
-Why working on your mobility is probably the most important thing you should be doing in the gym, and which parts of your body you especially need to target (4:40)
-These muscles get smaller and weaker as we age. Here’s what you need to do to slow down the process (6:20)
-Almost every symptom of muscle aches, pain or discomfort is due to this one crucial thing you’re body’s likely not getting enough of (8:17)

What sort of geezer do you want to be?

Today’s episode is especially cogent if you plan on living for any significant amount of time. One of the dumbest things I see people do is to train harder than what their body can handle on a consistent basis. This trashes your joints and soft tissue long term. The thing you should be thinking about is what kind of life you want to lead in your 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. Train for that life and you’ll be set.

Hope you got something good from the show! Please share it with a friend and help me out by leaving me a review on iTunes. If you’re so inclined, catch these shows live on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

Until next time, when we delve more into hormones, you’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

Kyle Newell

If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

Feb 20, 2018

You might think today’s show is all about how to get ripped performing 16-ounce curls. You can definitely get “ripped” like that alright, but that’s not what I’m talking about today. Alcohol is really a neutral thing–you can use it to loosen up, have a great time and make life more enjoyable, or you can abuse it and destroy your life. And it’s very similar with your workouts. In today’s episode, I’m relating “how” and “what” you drink as an allegory for your workout routines, so hit play and get ready to guzzle some knowledge!

Today, we’ll discuss:

MINDSET:

-The ONLY two things you can actively change when trying to shift your mindset–and the absolute quickest way to change one of them ... (1:29)
-Simplify your understanding of habit formation by focusing on the four habit categories (2:33)
-Hedonic adaptation, and why, for your brain, the greatest happiness lies in the pursuit (3:53)

HOW DRINKING ALCOHOL IS LIKE YOUR WORKOUTS:
-Can you drink just a couple of drinks and still have fun? (Yes) Then why are you working out to get sore? Here’s what’s happening to your body when you do ... (4:45)
-Where your soreness after a workout is REALLY coming from. It’s not where you think ... (5:13)
-Beers? Vodkas? Margaritas? Different types of alcohols have different effects on your brain–Just like these types of workout changes affect your muscle development (7:02)
-Let’s get kinesthetic! You’re a stack of joints. Some are mobile while some are stable. Know which are which because this can help you diagnose true sources of pain (9:20)

The Road Less Traveled

As a loyal Unlocking Your Inner Strength Show listener, you probably now know more about how the body and mind works than 90 percent of people. You elitist, you! The next episode will dovetail off of this one and work to give you a roadmap for how to apply the “minimum effective dose” toward what you actually want to train for. Be sure to tune in.

Hope you enjoyed today’s show! Please share it with a friend and help me out by leaving me a review on iTunes. Remember, you can catch these shows live on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

You’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

Kyle Newell
If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

 

Feb 13, 2018

Are you blessed with a fast metabolism? Or do you feel like you gain weight just looking at a slice of pizza? Can I let you in on a little secret? … It! Doesn’t! Matter! Fast or slow metabolism, there are so many other factors that account for your body composition. Some of you have greater control over than others. And the good news is, knowing this can help you make significant gains (Ha! See what I did there?) toward ridding yourself for good of that stubborn fat on your way toward greater strength and health. So let’s dive in ...

Today, we’ll discuss:

MINDSET:

  • Why to be a real winner you absolutely MUST fail… (1:42)
  • Most people value money, but you need to value this one thing more than money to be a true success (2:13)
  • More on the marbles ... (2:50)
  • How to plan for chaos to help guard your time (3:24)

HOW TO VIEW YOUR METABOLISM:

  • The three different body types, how to identify which you are and how your metabolism fits into your type ... (5:10)
  • There’s gender inequality when it comes to stubborn fat patterns. But both men and women have them. Here’s how to tell where they are and how to beat them (6:25)
  • Forget the whole slow versus fast metabolism argument. Understand these “sensitivities” and caloric destinations to make your metabolism more efficient … (7:45)
  • The four parts of your metabolism and how much each part accounts toward caloric burn. Guess what? Exercise accounts for only 10 percent! These few things to consider will help you really change your body composition ...(10:20)

Burn, baby, burn ...

You burn calories every minute of the day. Use this deeper understanding of your body’s physiology to–like we talked about in the mindset portion–plan out your approach. Knowing your body type and the factors outside of metabolism that affect your body composition sets you well on your way toward becoming your best self. And remember, you don’t need hours upon hours each week in the gym to get there.

Hope you enjoyed today’s show! Don’t forget to leave me a review on iTunes. And catch these shows live on Facebook: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert.

Thanks for listening! You’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

  • Kyle Newell

If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

Feb 6, 2018

He who loses his marbles dies wondering what could have been …You might be thinking I’ve lost mine, but I assure you, there’s a deep lesson here. I’m going to share with you something I personally do to help me tangibly feel the value of my time. Doing this keeps me laser-focused on what I want to achieve in my life, as well as the time I have in which to do it. Want to know what this exercise is? Great! Listen on. I’ll share this pearl of wisdom as well as how to value your time in your exercise routines.  

Today, we’ll cover:

MINDSET:

  • Why the start of the week is so tough for so many, and how not to get caught up with your own “Case of the Mondays”… (1:36)
  • You may have heard me say this before, but good is indeed the enemy of great. Here’s why ... (2:30)
  • Understanding limiting beliefs and how to defeat them–I’m personally battling one you may resonate with (3:08)
  • A simple trick to make your time feel like it’s expanded (3:44)

EFFICIENT EXERCISE ROUTINES:

  • Five essential variables to consider when planning your routine and why missing even just one can throw your entire workout game off (4:50)
  • What I mean when I say “Density Training” and how focusing on this, along with the five basic movements, will make your workout time more efficient. Plus, here’s how to measure your progress … (7:10)
  • Why 50 minutes is more than enough time to get a good workout and why mornings are best for breaking that sweat (9:25)

Speaking of time ...

I hope you feel like these episodes bring value to your time. I know how much I love sharing this stuff with you and I sincerely hope it leads you to find the strength within you to do more, and be more.

If you enjoyed today’s show, don’t forget to leave the show a review on iTunes. And if you have something you want me to cover in a future podcast, go to my Facebook page: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert, and shoot me a comment or drop me a message.

Thanks for listening! Don’t forget, you’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

  • Kyle Newell

If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

Jan 30, 2018

Today I’m going to get all up in your head. Don’t worry … This mindset lobotomy won’t hurt a bit–unless you’re one of those people we talked about last time who is constantly giving their power away. But I’m confident that’s not you, or at least who you WANT to be.

So to help you better understand your “power source,” today is a brain-only episode.

Today, we’re talking about:

  • How to truly KNOW if something is possible for you, or not. The answer might surprise you … (1:46)
  • Why you’re better off setting benchmarks instead of timelines. (Hint: time doesn’t exist in your brain) (2:22)
  • Understanding the three parts of your brain and how certain parts battle the other, causing fear, doubt and anxiety. Just knowing this will put you leaps ahead toward accomplishing ANY goal (3:20)
  • Why it’s important to consider what achieving any goal will cost you–before you even set out to achieve it (5:12)
  • The real reason most people live mediocre lives, and how to effortlessly rise above their judgement (8:07)
  • Setting measurements and benchmarks like you were a plane flying to New Jersey, or wherever you so desire (9:10)

Bringing it all together ...

I tend to get really energized by these type of episodes. I hope you do, too. See? The mind, body and spirit are fully integrated. So understanding the brain better is going to pay HUGE dividends when it come to achieving what you want to achieve in your physical and spiritual lives.

Anyhow, hope you enjoyed today’s show. Don’t forget you can go to my Facebook page to catch these episodes live: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert. Leave me a comment or drop me a message. Maybe your question will turn into one of these future episodes.

Thanks for listening! Don’t forget to leave the show a review on iTunes. You’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

  • Kyle Newell

If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

Jan 23, 2018

Here’s a quote I feel perfect relates both the mindset and nutrition and body performance aspects of today’s show. It’s by Isak Dinesen.

“The cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears or the sea.”

In the first part of today’s show I’m sort of going to be talking about the sweat and tears part as these two things are key to taking back your power. Most people give their power away by not claiming, or by actively deflecting these three key components. Find out what they are, then listen to why everything you think you know about high sodium intake is disturbingly wrong.

Today’s show highlights:

  • MINDSET:
    • He-man was right! You do have the power. So stop giving it away! Claim it as your own and see striking changes happen in no time. Here’s how to get your power back ... (1:23)
    • Nick Saben has been a pretty huge success as a coach, wouldn’t you agree? Take a page from his playbook for achieving any goal (3:21)
  • SODIUM – BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS:
    • Like the foreign kid in the class, everyone misunderstands sodium (4:54)
    • Don’t take your doctor’s word for it. Here’s what’s actually causing your high blood pressure (Hint: It likely isn’t sodium!) (5:20)
    • Just to clear the table, I’m not talking about table salt. Use this source of sodium for best results (5:38)
    • What you should probably know and understand about how sodium and potassium interact (6:35)
    • Why if you’re worried about sodium making you retain water, you should drink … MORE water (9:18)
    • My professional recommendation for how much sodium you should ingest every day (10:11)

We covered a lot about sodium today, so I’m going to cut this short and just say give this recommendation a try for a month. If you don’t feel more energy, less stressed and generally overall better, then I’ll be the first to line up surprised.

Anyhow, hope you enjoyed today’s show. Log on to my Facebook page to catch these episodes live: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert, and drop me a message or a post.

Thanks for listening! Don’t forget to leave the show a review on iTunes. You’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

  • Kyle Newell

If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

Jan 16, 2018

Continuing on with the theme of mindset shifting before we get into the nitty-gritty of the four non-negotiable supplements I believe you should be taking every day, today’s episode packs some hard-core preperation knowledge.

You know I love to read (I hope you do, too) and right now I’m reading The 12 Week Year by Brian Moran. I’m telling you, if you have ever given up on your goals and beat yourself up because you felt you didn’t have the tools to accomplish what you wanted, you need to check out this book. Here’s just a smidge of what’s in it, before we talk supplements.  

Today’s show highlights:

  • SUCCESS MINDSET:
    • The five emotional stages people go through when striving for goals, plus the mental game you must play to cross the “Valley of Despair” and press on (1:16)
    • A magic number of hours you absolutely must dedicate to hitting if you want to become great at anything, and why most people stop way short (knowing this will give you the fuel to keep going) (3:11)
  • LET’S TALK SUPPLEMENTS:
    • Four AMAZING benefits of dosing with fish oil – and a recommendation for how much you should really be taking ...(4:38)
    • Unless you live in the tropics, you’re likely deficient in his KEY vitamin that is the primary driver of a strong immune system. I’ll tell you what it is and how much you need. (5:40)
    • Ever been told you think with your stomach? Turns out, that gut is like a second brain! Take this supplement daily to keep it healthy (8:08)
    • What you likely don’t know about magnesium, and the best times of day to take it to sleep better and lose more weight (9:17)

What’s the point?

Well, that’s a good question, as the beginning of the year is always a great time to refocus (though this should be a continual process, but we’ll talk about that some other time ...)

As we talk about what supplements to take and how to prepare for the challenges that are innate with attempting to change behavior, remember, all of this is meant to help you get the maximum enjoyment, pleasure, happiness and success out of your life. This isn’t a practice run. It’s your one shot, so give your body and brain the fuel it needs to get where you want to go, and don’t settle.

Anyhow, chew on that, for what it’s worth. And if you need a little extra coaching, log on to my Facebook page: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert, and drop me a message or a post.

Thanks for listening! Don’t forget to leave the show a review on iTunes. You’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

  • Kyle Newell

If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

Jan 9, 2018

If you’re the person who steps inside the gym, takes a good look around and gets overwhelmed with where to begin, this episode is for you.

The two things we are going to talk about today have something extremely valuable in common, and that is success and exercise selection. As you’ll hear, both have everything to do with simplifying the complex. So point your ears forward and listen-up!  

Today’s show highlights:

  • SUCCESS MINDSET:
    • The real reason something may seem impossible to accomplish and what you need to remember in order to press through (1:26)
    • Forget the “Secret to Success” books. This is the REAL secret and it’s much simpler than you might believe (1:40)
    • What you absolutely must do right away in order to get out of feeling in a funk (3:15)
  • EXERCISE SELECTION:
    • Why traditional bodybuilding exercises are like the Frankenstein approach to training … And forget isolation exercises. They’re a joke! Here’s why ... (4:20)
    • Did you know the body can really on perform this many movements? Here’s how to apply this knowledge to get faster, more effective full-body workouts (5:26)
    • If you only have time to do one exercise, do this one … (7:32)
    • Skip the sit-ups for a healthier and stronger core (3:30)
    • The two types of muscles in your body and what you need to know to protect them as you age (10:39)

Success in gym … and in life!

Here’s the thing, if you’re a loyal listener of the show, I already know you’re the kind of person who just keeps showing up. And that’s where 80% of success comes from … JUST KEEP SHOWING UP! I promise you, as you apply the science and control your mindset, which then helps to control your emotions, you’ll always be stepping into your best self.

If you need help with it, log on to my Facebook page: facebook.com/KyleNewellFitnessExpert, and drop me a message or a post.

Thanks for listening! Don’t forget to leave the show a review on iTunes. You’re stronger than you know!

Peace,

  • Kyle Newell

If you have show suggestions or an interesting idea you want me to talk about, please contact me at kyle@kylenewell.com or at kyle@newellstrength.com. You can also leave a comment or review on today’s show. We love hearing from you!

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