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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Andrew Read. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Andrew Read, often where they are interviewed.

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14 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Andrew Read. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Andrew Read, often where they are interviewed.

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How to earn 374% return & $100k on his facebook marketing! w/ Andrew Read (Pt 3) - Fitness Business Secrets (FBS S1E40)

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This is the third and last part of my interview with Andrew Read, located in Australia. He's a veteran personal trainer, author, lecturer for a functional movement systems and then iron man triathlete. However today, I'm interviewing him about his successful online fitness business. We're breaking up his in-depth interview where he shares all of his secrets into three parts. 

In the first part of this interview that we released in the last episode, we talked about Andrew’s success and struggles with running his in-person gym. And then we got into how he sets up his business so it works for him and he's making $250,000 gross online with no employees and about 50 clients per month. 

Now in the second and third parts of this interview, Andrew will go into more depth how he sets up his programs for accountability, how he does his training programs so it doesn't take him that much time. How he still addresses fitness. What types of apps he uses. And the super innovative way he does his fitness challenge to get all of his challengers super psyched and feeling like they're part of a huge community even though they're all online in different parts of the world. 

What you'll learn from this episode: 

  • Finding the niche to still have a lot of customers 
  • Should you or should you not hire someone to do your facebook ads? 
  • How Andrew achieves a 374% return on his marketing spend! 
  • How Andrew made sure to wow his clients when Covid hit… and how it led to $3k more in additional sales 
  • How many sales a week do you need to do to make $250k a year? 
  • Training his 80-year old mom to be a world class deadlift champion 

Read more: https://fitnesssecrets.co/podcast/how-to-earn-374-percent-return-and-100k-on-his-facebook-marketing-andrew-read

Aug 03 2020 · 40mins
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How to use competitive fitness challenges to increase your online sales w/ Andrew Read (Pt 2) - Fitness Business Secrets (FBS S1E39)

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This is the second part of my interview with Andrew Read, located in Australia. He's a veteran personal trainer, author, lecturer for a functional movement systems and then iron man triathlete. However today, I'm interviewing him about his successful online fitness business. We're breaking up his in-depth interview where he shares all of his secrets into three parts. 

In the first part of this interview that we released in the last episode, we talked about Andrew’s success and struggles with running his in-person gym. And then we got into how he sets up his business so it works for him and he's making $250,000 gross online with no employees and about 50 clients per month. 

Now in the second and third parts of this interview, Andrew will go into more depth how he sets up his programs for accountability, how he does his training programs so it doesn't take him that much time. How he still addresses fitness. What types of apps he uses. And the super innovative way he does his fitness challenge to get all of his challengers super psyched and feeling like they're part of a huge community even though they're all online in different parts of the world. 

What you'll learn from this episode: 

  • How Andrew uses an app to manage $1k clients without having to train them live 
  • Why video is better than in-person training and How virtual coaching thru app training could be superior to training live
  • A unique approach to a 28-day fitness challenge that that easily gauges clients progress through points
  • Andrews competition structure that allows extremely fit and extremely unfit clients to fairly compete with each other
  • Why he makes challengers prove themselves in the beginning of the challenge

Read more: https://fitnesssecrets.co/podcast/how-to-use-competitive-fitness-challenges-to-increase-your-online-sales-andrew-read

Jul 29 2020 · 37mins

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How Andrew made $30K in a weekend in his 3000 sq ft gym w/ Andrew Read (Pt 1) - Fitness Business Secrets (FBS S1E38)

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Our guest today is Andrew Read, located in Australia. He's a veteran personal trainer, author, lecturer for a functional movement system and an ironman triathlete. 

However today, I'm interviewing him about his successful online fitness business. We're breaking up his in-depth interview where he shares all of his secrets into three parts. 

The first part is gonna be about his physical gym, his success and his struggles as he tries to make it work. In addition, we go into how he’s making $250,000 gross sales online with no employees with an average of 50 clients per month. 

In the second and third parts of this interview that we'll release in the next two episodes, Andrew will go into more depth how he sets up his programs for accountability, how he does his training programs so it doesn't take him that much time, how he still addresses fitness, what types of apps he uses and the super innovative way he does his fitness challenge to get all of his challengers super psyched and feeling like they're part of a huge community, even though they're all online in different parts of the world. 

What you'll learn from this episode: 

  • How to shift from "I don't know how to make money online" to "I’m making a 5-digit income through Facebook marketing” 
  • How Andrew made $30k in a weekend in his 3000 sq ft gym 
  • The real problem with juggling in-person and online fitness training 
  • The No.1 mistake the fitness industry is doing now 
  • How he sets up his training programs to work as a sales funnel 

Read more: https://fitnesssecrets.co/podcast/how-andrew-made-30k-in-a-weekend-in-his-3000-sq-ft-gym-andrew-read

Jul 27 2020 · 32mins
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#154: Eliminate Bad Habits And Master The Fundamentals With Andrew Read

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In today's episode, we are joined by a lifelong trainer and athlete Andrew Read as he talks about his program 28-day Challenge. Andrew talks through how important going back to the basics is and some of the necessary skills to influence your success at living a healthy lifestyle.

4:19 Creating A Mindset Component 5:32 Going Back To The Basics Matters 12:40 Understand How You Learn Best. 15:32 Cut To The Chase 17:35 Your Body Is Built For Walking. 20:59 Consistency Makes The Biggest Difference. 23:53 Starting From Scratch 25:02 Give It Time 28:10 Carrot And Stick Approach 31:46 Identify What Triggers Your Bad Habits And Make A Plan 35:35: Change Starts With You 37:22 Asking the Right Questions

Apr 26 2020 · 43mins

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095: The Evolution of Virulence with Andrew Read

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In the early 2000s, Andrew Read predicted that non-sterilizing vaccines would lead to more virulent disease. He was able to test his hypothesis with the real-world example of Marek’s disease, a disease of chickens. Read tells the story of his discovery, and talks about his work on myxoma virus.

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Every chicken on the market is vaccinated against Marek’s disease. Infection with Marek’s disease causes tumors on the bird and can lead to direct death, or condemnation of a flock requiring their culling. Birds are vaccinated with a live, attenuated virus, and there have been 3 vaccine iterations. The first used a related herpesvirus isolated from turkeys, while the second vaccine added a second virus strain. Each of these vaccines conferred protection for about 10 years, after which the disease began popping up again. The 3rd generation vaccine added yet another serotype - this additional strain is a mutant strain of the chicken-infecting serotype - and has been effectively protecting chickens since the 1990s.

Chickens do not get sterilizing immunity from the Marek’s disease vaccine; they can be infected by the wild-type virus, but the vaccine prevents infected animals from having disease symptoms. These asymptomatically infected animals can still shed the virus. Contrast this to human immunity from many of our vaccines, such as measles or smallpox vaccines, in which our immune response stops the virus from entering our cells and therefore blocks virus replication.

Vaccination inhibits strains with lower virulence more than strains with higher virulence. This fact, combined with asymptomatic infection, means that although the infected birds don’t show disease symptoms, they are more likely to be shedding more virulent (or ‘hot’) strains. This generates selection for these hot strains that wouldn’t normally be successful. Without vaccination, host strains kill the host too quickly to allow viral replication and transmission to occur; Vaccines allow these hot strains to propagate.

Vaccine resistance is much more rare than antibiotic or antimicrobial resistance. This is due to a number of factors, including the diversity of microbial population being acted upon (small with initial infection, large when treated with antimicrobial drugs). Vaccines are much more evolution-proof for these reasons.

Purposeful release of myxoma virus during the 1950s in Australia killed between 10 and 100 million animals, or 99.9% of the rabbit population. Frank Fenner followed the virus and surviving rabbit populations and discovered that myxoma viruses that were too virulent were less likely to be transmitted, because they killed the host too quickly. He also showed that the small surviving number of rabbits were more resistant to viral infection. The arms race between the two has generated a virus so immunosuppressive that Read’s group has found the currently circulating myxoma virus has changed the way it kills its host: the virus disables the rabbit immune system and allows the rabbit’s own microbiome to cause invasive bacterial disease.

Nov 15 2018 · 55mins
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EP 19 Andrew Read: Cutting through the BS of the fitness industry

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Andrew read is a veteran of the Personal training and coaching industry in Australia and has been for 20 plus years.

He is a prolific blog writer for several big online publications, including breaking muscle, blitz, inside MMA, Oxygen, Ultra Fit and many more. Andrew’s writing is his cranky and no BS policy. He has a refreshing outlook and a strong voice of reason in an otherwise very consussing industry.

Having been a Master RKC, Andrew is recognised as one of the best kettlebell trainers in the world. His specialty is elite performance and he has been involved with training three world BJJ champions.

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Jun 12 2018 · 1hr 34mins
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EA 07: Why The Everyday Athlete Should Run With Andrew Read

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Welcome to Everyday Athlete the podcast for the everyday athlete who wants to train smarter and live to be 100 years old. I am your host, Josh Kennedy. Today, I am talking to Andrew Read. We talk about Ironman, his 1000 kilometer charity ride, his book Run Strong, his time on SealFit, and all about running, running technique, and how to get started running.

Today’s guest is in the 1% of trainers with over 15 years in the fitness industry. You would be hard pressed to know if he is happy or sad. He hates everyone. He has spent a lifetime in competitive martial arts and some time in special forces. He is a certified functional movement specialist, national director of Primal Move, an author, speaker, and so much more. His specialty is elite performance, and he has trained three world champions. Enjoy my interview with Andrew Read.

Today’s topics include:

  • Andrew is 45 years old. When he turned 40 he decided not to be scared of anything like a 1000 kilometer bike ride.
  • He cycled heavily before his Ironman and he was swimming, but he had to work on his running.
  • This spurred the idea for Run Strong and endurance running training.
  • How many races have a running component.
  • SealFit is run by an ex-Navy Seal. It is CrossFit based, but there is a lot of endurance like running and rowing.
  • How long and grueling the different SealFit workouts are.
  • Doing 450 pushups is possible when you have lost count.
  • With SealFit brutal workouts you realize you can do anything.
  • Running from a beginners perspective.
  • Everyone should be able to run.
  • To begin running we need to get the body weight in a normal range.
  • Then introduce running with a walk run program. Jog a minute then walk 4 minutes. Do this 6 times for 30 minutes.
  • Each week increase the running minutes and decrease the walking minutes.
  • It takes 12 weeks to get through the program and the result is running for an hour pain-free.
  • People need to work up to fitness workout levels. Slower initial building at first increases ability.
  • We need strength and aerobic conditioning to develop a high-level workout capacity.
  • How carbohydrates get us stuck in a carbohydrate loop.
  • Walking for an hour is another way to get aerobic fitness.
  • Energy and fuel and eating sugar or carbs as opposed to eating fat or ketogenic.
  • How rest and proper recuperation matters in training and competing.
  • The dangers of water bottles during Ironman competitions.
  • The importance of recovery to making progress and how it becomes more important as we age.

Action Step or Takeaway

  • Go through the list of Components of Athleticism, score yourself using a 1-10 score, 10 being the best, then take the ones that you scored the least in and focus on training those areas for the next 3 months.

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Quotes:

“A lot of people want to do races that involve running, a coach needs to understand how to train runners.” Andrew Read

“Two or three days a week of running created amazing results for people training for races that include running.” Andrew Read

“Every time we think that we have pushed as far as we can go we always find out that there is more.” Andrew Read

The post EA 07: Why The Everyday Athlete Should Run With Andrew Read appeared first on Strength Matters.

Jun 26 2017 · 1hr 11mins
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Andrew Read Tribute Show presented by his Friends

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Aaron Robbins, Fred Kirby and Eddie Law talk about their friend Andrew Read who passed away in February. We miss you, Andy.
Mar 18 2017 · 51mins
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CS007 How to Become Unstoppable After 40 with Andrew Read

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Want to become a beast after 40? 

Then you're going to like today's podcast episode with Andrew Read.

Andrew is a personal trainer , gym owner, Iron Man competitor, author, and a graduate of Seal Fit's 53 hour long Kokoro Camp.

He's an absolute beast and today we're going to talk about how to get stronger, faster, and tougher, even if you're over 40.

Have a listen or keep reading to find out how you can get into the best shape of your life in your 40's, why you need to include more suffering and event participation in your day to day life, and how to get comfortable being uncomfortable.

Find the full transcript and show notes here: http://www.civilianstrong.com/007

Mar 08 2017 · 1hr 9mins
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LT 043 | Health Before Fitness - Andrew Read

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Andrew Read has been in health & fitness industry for over 15 years. He is the owner and operator of Read Performance Training located in Victoria, Australia. He is a former Master RKC and currently teaches for Functional Movement Systems.

Andrew's facility is like walking into a time machine. It pays homage to the Turner Halls of the late 19th Century.  Movement and health is the focus. Every person who trains at Read Performance Training undergoes a Functional Movement Screen.

Andrew has a tremendous amount of experience and some of his accomplishments include:

  • Master RKC (Russian Kettlebell Certified instructor – the only Australian ever promoted to this level).
  • Certified Kettlebell Functional Movement Specialist
  • Certified Indian Club Specialist
  • National Director Primal Move
  • Qualified Olympic and Power Coach through the Australian Weightlifting Federation
  • Ironman Triathlete
  • Author for – Blitz, Ultrafit, Inside MMA, International Kickboxer, Oxygen and Breaking Muscle.
  • Lectured in Australia, USA, China and Korea.

Here is what you will learn in this episode:

  • Andrew's background and training in Australia
  • The approach at RPT
  • Writing the book Beast Tamer
  • The Tabata Study
  • Aerobic vs. Anaerobic training and how this leads to burning fat vs. burning sugar
  • 8-7-4-3-2
  • and much more!

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Oct 30 2016 · 1hr 51mins
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