Strength, power and smart training with Brian Keane
The 33Fuel Podcast
We’re delighted to welcome Brian Keane onto this week’s podcast. Brian is a man of many talents - he’s a strength and conditioning coach with a highly successful business and has an unmatched depth of knowledge in a range of sports through personal experience. He played Gaelic football to an elite level, has competed in CrossFit and placed in the Top 10 at the world fitness modelling championships. He’s now made the shift to ultra endurance events and has recently completed the Marathon Des Sables and a non-stop 230km ultra through the Arctic. Brian is in a unique position to share his learnings from his breadth of experience to develop endurance performance. If you’re looking for actionable strength and conditioning work for aerobic endurance athletes, you’re in the right place. WEBSITE: https://www.33fuel.com/all-products/ TWITTER: www.twitter.com/33fuel FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/33fuel INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/33fuel/ EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
On this episode of the Hockey Think Tank podcast, we release a LOST EPISODE and talk with Chicago Blackhawks development coach Brian Keane of Prodigy Hockey. We get REAL in depth on youth development and youth hockey on this episode - it is one of the most downloaded we have ever done.It's a different type of episode as we use clips from one of the best youth development debates between experts Malcolm Gladwell and David Epstein to talk about what we see in the youth hockey world today. We talk:-Early sport specialization-Unstructured vs. structured play-How to teach anticipatory skills-The 10,000 hour rule-Deliberate practices, and so much more!This was the episode we dive the deepest into the research and we're excited to bring it to you! Thank you for tuning in to our podcasts!! Thank you to our sponsors, GelStx, TrainHeroic, IceHockeySystems.com, and CuredNutrition. And a special thank you to all of our amazing podcast listeners!! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Brian Keane - Trauma, fitness, and leveraging the darkside | CPTSD and Trauma Coach
Think Unbroken with Michael Unbroken | CPTSD, TRAUMA and Mental Health Healing Podcast
In this episode, I speak with Brian Keane. Brian's journey and story from childhood trauma to creating a massive change in his life, including running multiple endurance races in the Sahara and the arctic, are incredibly excited for this conversation. We're going to talk about fitness and nutrition and changing your life and your physical body and the mental aspects, and how getting into this place of pushing yourself physically is a part of the journey of healing and recovering from your childhood experiences. So, it's a very empowering and powerful conversation; it really hit home for me. Brian Keane is super awesome, I'm very excited for Brian for his work, for his mission, and we're going to talk about the dark side a little bit here, pushing yourself, what it means to get to this place in life where you start to create massive transformation and change one step at a time. Let’s get into the show, and Brian will bring us a powerful and tremendous amount of value today! Watch, Subscribe and Share this episode! Learn more about Brian Keane at: https://briankeanefitness.com/ Learn more about Think Unbroken and Pre-Order my new book: Unbroken Man. Plus, learn more about the free coaching and other mental health programs. Click here: https://linktr.ee/michaelunbroken
Brian Keane - Transforming Your Body & Mindset For The Long-Term
180 Nutrition -The Health Sessions.
This week, I'm excited to welcome Brian Keane of Brian Keane Fitness online. He is a Reps qualified Level 3 Personal Trainer, certified Strength and Conditioning Coach and Sports Nutritionist. Over the past seven years, Brian has become one of the most recognised faces in the Irish health and fitness industry. He has spoken at major wellness events such as Wellfest and was a Keynote speaker at Google HQ in Dublin for their 2018 wellness event. Some questions asked during this episode: What does healthy living look like to you? What are your thoughts on weights vs cardio for both males & females? Do you recommend any specific type of diet for long-lasting health? https://180nutrition.com.au/ (00:44) This week, I'm excited to welcome Brian to the podcast. Brian is an entrepreneur, personal trainer, nutritionist, bestselling author, and host of the Brian podcast. He's currently one of Ireland's most influential thought leaders on all things health, fitness, and nutrition. In this episode, we discussed the key areas to address when wanting to transform your body and mindset for the long-term, including nutrition, movement, sleep, and so much more. Over to Brian. (01:15) Hey, guys. This is Stu from 180 Nutrition, and I am delighted to welcome Brian to the podcast. Brian, how are you, mate? Brian (01:23) I am fantastic, Stu. Really looking forward to chatting. Stu (01:25) Yeah. No, look, this is awesome. So I'm in Australia, you're in Ireland. Morning for you, evening for me, but we're both super pumped. But first up, so for all of our listeners there that may not be familiar with you or your work ... and I've had a look online, and you're doing some big stuff and reaching a lot of people. So for all of those guys that may not be familiar, I'd love it if you could just tell us a little bit about yourself, please. Brian (01:48) Yeah, so kind of elevator pitch. I'm an online fitness coach nutritionist that helps people online in terms of, normally, body composition or sports performance are kind of my two areas of focus. But I'm a former elementary school, primary school teacher. That's what I did 10 years ago. And for two of those years, I basically worked as a teacher during the day, personal trainer in the gym at nighttime. And over the space of the last nine to 10 years, I made the transition out to full-time one-on-one personal trainer, and then into the online space in 2016. And I've been doing that ever since. And since then, I've had a podcast, which has done very well in terms of the amount of downloads. Very similar to you, Stu, and trying to serve people. We're very similar. We have a lot of overlap with guests. For full transcript and interview: https://180nutrition.com.au/180-tv/brian-keane-interview/
Friend of the show Brian Keane (online coach & best selling author) re-joins us on the podcast to open a discussion on the 7 types of laziness. This was a post of his that went viral and caught my attention, it was a great breakdown of how we position problems as something simple, but they are not and then limit our ability to get past the problem. We've all said to ourselves "I'm lazy" with something in our lives, but there is a reason, and in this show we break down the 7 types with Brians expert insight. Follow Brian at @Brian_Keane_Fitness and grab "The Keane Edge" his new book online NOW
I chat with Brian Keane about fitness, nutrition and how to re-wire your mindset. Great chat with one of the leading authories in the fitness industry. For coaching inquiries email email@example.com Support the podcast by buying me a beer & gain access to The Secret Podcast https://www.patreon.com/anthony_walsh--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/roadman-cycling-podcast/message
Mindset, the key to unlocking your goals with Brian Keane
Real Health with Karl Henry
On this week’s show, it’s all about mindset. Why it’s important and how having the right mindset can be the key to unlocking your health goals.Joining me to chat about this, is sports nutritionist and strength and conditioning coach, Brian Keane. His new book, The Keane Edge looks to help you find the right mindset and motivation so you can stick to your fitness journey. Brian says for many people, knowing what you need to do to get healthy is not always enough to keep you on track. “You can know that you need to get into a calorie deficit but that doesn’t stop people going off plan” he says. Things like emotional eating or self-sabotage are things people can struggle to overcome.That is where mindset comes in. Instead of looking at these things as failures, Brian says we should change our view on them and turn them into a positive. “With self-sabotage, identifying the failure as feedback is the first thing. So, every failed diet, every failed exercise programme, every failed thing you’ve done within health, fitness and nutrition that hasn’t worked for you is feedback on what not to do in the future” he says. While it can be easy to lump all that failure together, Brian says reflecting on your past experiences is the key to finding what will work for you going forward. For more episodes, tips and advice from the show just go to: independent.ie/podcasts/the-re…health-podcast/And you can get in touch - I’m @KarlHenryPT on Instagram and firstname.lastname@example.org.Don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe on Apple and Google Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts from.The Real Health podcast is in association with Laya Healthcare.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Developing Practice Skill vs. In Game Execution with Blackhawks Development Coach Brian Keane
The Curious Competitor with Connor Carrick
In this episode, we welcome Skills Coach, Brian Keane. We discuss what makes an elite hockey player elite in comparison to the average player. We talk about Brians's approach to training youth players, and how role players have a unique perspective on adversity. We talk about learning styles, what training looks like for NHL players in the offseason, and how to approach training holistically rather than just peaking for camp. In conclusion, we talk about Connor's weak points in his skill development and how he is working through it. To connect with Brian visit: https://www.prodigy-hockey.com/ Episode Overview: 0:12 Introduction2:15 What Makes An Elite Hockey Player?3:45 What Makes An Average Player?5:04 How Brian Approaches Training A Youth Player7:15 The Skill Subtleties Of Some Star Players 10:45 What Can Star Players Learn From Role Players?13:05 What Can Third and Fourth Liners Steal From Stars? 17:32 Collaborative Training 23:00 Brian’s Creative Approach To Training & Drills 27:55 Ecological Dynamics & Learning Styles 39:46 Favorite Drills That Emulate Game 44:00 What Does Training Look Like In Off-Season? 48:22 Peaking For An Event Vs. Holistic Preparation 52:04 What Is Something Brian Has Stopped Doing?54:09 What’s Held Connor Back? 57:30 Conclusion Join our Curious Competitor Podcast Facebook Page. Follow Connor’s Instagram or Twitter Visit our YouTube for additional content Donate here to support our Podcast!