Joining me today is Cristian G. Plascencia, co-founder of The Durable Athlete. Currently based out of Austin, Texas, Cristian's experience being a patient at a physical therapy facility led to what is now his life-long passion. I often say, "Either you are going to get the lesson that you need or the success that you want," and that personal mantra of mine further resonated as I talked with Cristian.
Cristian talks all about how he defines and classifies "athletes," and we have a great discussion on both mobility and breathing. We also break down burn out and how to avoid letting that get the best of you.
You'll hear us dive into:
- The two components that define "mobility."
- Breathing practices.
- Burn out and how to push through.
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About Today's Guest
Cristian G. Plascencia is the the Co-Founder of The Durable Athlete and has spent spent his whole life trying to find the best...
Today's episode was a privilege to record, and coaches, it is such a pleasure to share this interview I conducted with Holly Perkins. Holly was voted "Top Trainer to Watch" by Shape Magazine, and I knew that when we booked her, this interview would be amazing. Our conversation, however, did not just meet my high hopes and expectations; it blew me away.
In this episode, Holly shares with me how her own health journey created significant hurdles while she was at a peak in her career. Since then, she has transitioned her business entirely to the onIine space. We take a deep dive into the benefits of being a virtual coach and knowing your worth. The importance of not dismissing changes as "but" and instead embracing them as "and" was an undercurrent that we brought to the forefront later on in the episode.
This episode is an absolute must listen for FitPros and other entrepreneurs.
Holly & I talk all about:
- How to stay in the game and keep up with what you are doing.
What can a new coach do during a pandemic?
2020 has been the worst year for so many of us, and as a result, businesses have been compromised across the board for personal trainers new and experienced.
But it's also been a year of blessings, and I sat down with Kevin Carr, who shares his experience on how his business survived. He talks to me about what he did to keep his business running, and he also shares his ideas on what new coaches can do who are entering the field.
In this episode you'll hear:
- How to run your business to keep your clients safe
- The impacts and the results of adapting to COVID
- The importance of hiring educated and reliable trainers
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Today we got to talk to coach, educator, speaker, and blogger Lucy Hendricks who not only takes a holistic approach to personal training but is known for her ability to take complicated topics and making them digestible for fitness and rehab professionals. She helps coaches who have clients that have been hindered by movement limitations get back to what they love whether it’s a competitive sport, general strength training, or living a life without pain.
In this episode, you’ll learn about:
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