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Below are the 31 people who over the last 5 years have really had a lasting impact on my success this industry. These people are in no particular order, and this list could easily be expanded to well overbut each of these 31 deserves a thank you for attributing to my fitness success.
BJ has not only become an inspiration and mentor, but a friend. Outside of coaching, Dave consistently, more than anyone in my network, outside of Pat Rigsby and Ryan Ketchum, reaches out and checks in on me. Their mentorship, advice and ultimate friendship have gone far beyond I ever expected.
As owners of Force Fitness and Performance in Bloomington, Indiana, they can associate with so many of the ins and outs and ups and downs that I battle as a fitness business owner.
More than anything is their continued support and friendship. If I need to talk shop, bounce ideas or just voice my mind, Ryan is always there. What impresses me even more about Craig is his ability to give so much quality information away, before he asks for anything in return.
It was Craig who first sent me the book The Go-Giver, which should speak volumes about his character.
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In a world where the majority of my clientele can be categorized as general population and recreational athletes, a healthy shoulder makes for a happy client. Mike Robertson — Mike changed my views on helping people move better and feel better.
His approach to corrective exercise is more about helping you gain strength, than treating a client like a fragile piece of china. This has allowed me to keep my clients healthy and gaining strength. Pam MacElree and Jason C.
Tom Venuto — Unlike how most people find Tom, I started following Tom because of his love for natural bodybuilding, but quickly discovered he and I had more in common than I originally knew.
We are both in the world of transforming physiques, both bodybuilders and everyday men and women. By chance, when Zach Even-esh invited me to speak at his mastermind group meeting, I got to meet Tom. Joe who changed my approach to bodybuilding contest preparation and peak week.
Jason Ferruggia — The Renegade as many know him, has become much more to me than an inspiration and mentor in the strength game.
Jason has become a trusted colleague and friend. Plus, how can you not like a guy who shares an affinity for Pearl Jam and Public Enemy? Dave deserves a ton of respect for bringing the powerlifting and bodybuilding worlds together.
For me personally, Dave showed me that bodybuilders can still be strong and look good.
Something I strive for every time I step in the gym. I can associate my love for self-myofascial release, recovery and regeneration, to my education through Eric. The man is a hidden gem in this industry and someone I continue to follow and look up to.
Nutrition booth I had to throw that in. Joe is someone every aspiring strength coach needs to study. Chris McCombs — Chris was the first person who showed me the power of the Internet for a personal trainer and how it can impact your fitness business. Since then, Chris has continued to help fitness professionals make more of their role in this industry, while being true to who he is.The Good Earth derives its title from the author's conviction that a connection to and reverence for the earth can actually lead to inner goodness and peace, and that a disconnection from nature can only result in a lack of fulfillment.
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