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19 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Nick Tumminello. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Nick Tumminello, often where they are interviewed.

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19 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Nick Tumminello. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Nick Tumminello, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode #4 - Nick Tumminello - Strength Training for Weight Loss & Practical Program Design

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Nick & Jason discuss Strength Training for Fat Loss & Practical Program Design for health & fitness coaches.   Nick Tumminello has become known as the trainer of trainers. He has been named 2016 NSCA Personal Trainer of the Year by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He has presented at international fitness conferences in around the world, is national best selling author and writes regularly for T-Nation.

Nov 02 2020 · 1hr 13mins
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Hustle and Muscle with Nick Tumminello.

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Nick Tumminello is known as the “Trainer of Trainers.” He’s the owner of Performance University, which provides hybrid fitness training for athletes and educational programs for fitness professionals worldwide. Nick has worked with a variety of clients, from NFL athletes to professional bodybuilders and figure models to exercise enthusiasts. He also served as the conditioning coach for the Ground Control MMA Fight Team. Nick has produced over fifteen DVDs and is a regular contributor to several major fitness magazines. Nick lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Subjects Covered:
Who is Nick?
-What is Personal Training?
-The difference between methods and principles!
- Who his favorite Superhero is ?
-3 Myths that he would want to make them disappear.
-3 main things that he would want every coach or personal trainer to start including in their arsenal.
- Crossfit
-What is Functional?
-What his future plans and new books
May 30 2020 · 26mins

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Cutting Through the Crap With Coach Nick Tumminello

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• Why do people who know just a little about a topic seem the most dogmatic? We get into that and Chris tells the story of being a five-year-old with all the answers.

• What truth-bombs is Nick Tumminello dropping today? Hear what he recommends when it comes to heel-elevated lifting shoes. Plus he joins us for a quiz... and Dani gets schooled!

• What brain building games do you need for your dog... and yourself. We have two recommendations you're going to want to check out.

Follow Nick on Instagram and Facebook and don't forget to check out his apparel too!

Got questions, comments, ideas, or feedback? Find us on social! Chris is most active on Twitter, Dani's most active on Instagram. And you can find Fit Pants on Facebook too!

May 19 2020 · 1hr 1min
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Nick Tumminello and Vince Mcconnell EP 137: Seeing 1s And 0s

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EP 136

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Apr 23 2020 · 1hr 24mins
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Give clients what they want – not what you want, with Nick Tumminello

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Former NSCA PT of the Year and fitness educator, Nick Tumminello, chats in depth with The Fitness Industry Podcast’s Alisha Smith about functional capacity and transfer; the 5 types of client that PTs work with; science, evidence and bias; and why PTs should base their upskilling and programming on what their clients want to achieve – not on their own personal interests.
Apr 16 2019 · 49mins
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139: Nick Tumminello - 4 Exercises that get an Undeserved bad rep

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Nick Tumminello is the 2016 NSCA Personal Trainer of the Year, and the Editor-in-chief of the NSCA Personal Training Quarterly journal. He’s the author of three books: Building Muscle and Performance, Strength Training for Fat Loss, and Your Workout PERFECTED. He’s been a trainer for over 20 years, is the former strength coach for team Ground Control MMA and has trained professional athletes in field, court, combat and physique sports.

This time, Nick delves into 4 exercises that get an undeserved bad rep.

Timestamps:
01:25 Nick talks about his article
12:47 Nick elaborates on the stability ball crunch
15:35 Nick on avoiding hip flexors kicking in for ab movements
19:13 Nick talks about Smith machine squats
24:37 Nick's co-authored article on leg extensions
31:11 Nick shares his thoughts about pain as a good indicator of something not working?
35:16 Nick closes with behind the neck pull-downs
40:26 Nick's opinion on upright rows and impingement for shoulders
43:43 Nick further discusses Sissy squats
46:28 Nick's view on exercises that are underrated/overrated for hypertrophy

http://nicktumminello.com/ https://www.facebook.com/nicktumminello https://www.instagram.com/nick_tumminello/?hl=en https://twitter.com/coachnickt?lang=en

Article - https://www.t-nation.com/training/not-dangerous-4-falsely-accused-exercises

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Books we recommend!

Muscle & Strength Pyramids
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RP Books
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RP + Members site
https://ob262.isrefer.com/go/plus/Steve90/

For more
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Jan 28 2019 · 57mins
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Nick Tumminello EP 67: When Fitness Calls

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Nick Tumminello bring his critical thinking to the podcast to discuss Gatekeeper Syndrome and how our industry struggles to agree on what constitutes a good personal trainer. Nick shares some nuanced thoughts about social media, how we interact, and how to avoid giving trolls your attention. Nick shares some keys to longevity in the industry. We also learn why Nick prefers to watch the movie vs read the book. Hope you enjoy one of our most intellectual and thought provoking episodes to date

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Dec 06 2018 · 1hr 15mins
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127: Range of Motion w/ Mike Israetel & Nick Tumminello

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We all know who Mike israetel is right? For those who don’t, he is the head science consultant for Renaissance Periodization, where he has authored and co-authored a number for books. He has a PhD in Sports Physiology from East Tennessee State University, and on the sporting side has experience as a competitive powerlifter, grappler and bodybuilder.

Nick Tumminello is the 2016 NSCA Personal Trainer of the Year, and the Editor-in-chief of the NSCA Personal Training Quarterly journal. He’s the author of three books: Building Muscle and Performance, Strength Training for Fat Loss, and Your Workout PERFECTED. He’s been a trainer for over 20 years, is the former strength coach for team Ground Control MMA and has trained professional athletes in field, court, combat and physique sports.

Timestamps:
01:29 Mike starts with explains his take on range of motion
02:51 Nick then starts talking about biomechanics and limitations in the context of range of motion
07:21 Mike responds to Nick's points brings up common mistakes people make
11:49 Nick replies to Mike's stance and talks about memorising and analysing concepts. Furthermore he continuous with talking about loading and specificity
16:41 Mike talks about range of motion and hypertrophy
22:54 Nick moves on with speaking about practical applications
30:20 Mike gets back with talking about his practical applications
35:25 Nick then shares his thoughts on partials, individuality and specificity
39:45 MIke adds his comments on partial range of motion
44:28 Nick ends with training different parts of a movement
47:45 Steve gives a short summary

http://nicktumminello.com/ https://www.facebook.com/nicktumminello https://www.instagram.com/nick_tumminello/?hl=en https://twitter.com/coachnickt?lang=en

Thanks, please comment, like and subscribe!

COACHING: http://revivestronger.com/online-coaching/
WEBSITE: http://www.revivestronger.com
FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/revivestronger
TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/revivestronger
INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/revivestronger
MYFITNESSPAL: http://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/diary/snhall1990

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Stay up to date with the latest research!

MASS (Research Review):
https://goo.gl/c7FSJD

RP+ Membership:
https://ob262.isrefer.com/go/plus/Steve90/

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Books we recommend!

RP Books
http://bit.ly/2vREaH0

Scientific Principles of Strength Training
http://bit.ly/2w3th4D

Renaissance Periodization Diet Ebook
http://bit.ly/2wGuuMU

Understanding Healthy Eating
http://bit.ly/2uAxFZ8

RP + Members site
https://ob262.isrefer.com/go/plus/Steve90/

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Recommended supplements:

Denovo Nutrition (use code STEVE)
https://denovosupps.com?aff=6

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When you're interested in online coaching, please go visit our website and follow the application form:
http://www.revivestronger.com/online-coaching/

Thanks, please comment, like and subscribe!

COACHING: http://revivestronger.com/online-coaching/
WEBSITE: http://www.revivestronger.com
FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/revivestronger
TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/revivestronger
INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/revivestronger
MYFITNESSPAL: http://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/diary/snhall1990
YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3UhQU2VuKk

__

Stay up to date with the latest research!

MASS (Research Review):
https://goo.gl/c7FSJD

RP+ Membership:
https://ob262.isrefer.com/go/plus/Steve90/

__

Books we recommend!

RP Books
http://bit.ly/2vREaH0

Scientific Principles of Strength Training
http://bit.ly/2w3th4D

Renaissance Periodization Diet Ebook
http://bit.ly/2wGuuMU

Understanding Healthy Eating
http://bit.ly/2uAxFZ8

RP + Members site
https://ob262.isrefer.com/go/plus/Steve90/

__

Recommended supplements:

Denovo Nutrition (use code STEVE)
https://denovosupps.com?aff=6

__
When you're interested in online coaching, please go visit our website and follow the application form:
http://www.revivestronger.com/online-coaching/
Nov 05 2018 · 49mins
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320: Nick Tumminello: Exercise Prescription

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On this episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Nick Tumminello joins me to discuss exercise prescription. Nick Tumminello is the 2016 NSCA Personal Trainer of the Year, and the Editor-in-chief of the NSCA Personal Training Quarterly journal. He's the author of three books: Building Muscle and Performance, StrengthTraining for Fat Loss, and Your Workout PERFECTED. He's been a trainer for over 20 years, is the former strength coach for team Ground Control MMA and has trained professional athletes in field, court, combat and physique sports.

In this episode, we discuss:

-How to apply the 4 principles of strength and conditioning to program design

-Progressive and regressive load management

-Why the Socratic Method should be used when discussing training philosophies

-Nick’s approach to new fitness fads

-And so much more!

Nick has found that trainers train their clients with trendy methods and neglect to tailor a program to meet the clients’ unique goals. When designing a program, Nick stresses, “The approach is determined by the goal… It’s not determined by my bias as a trainer or my favorite pet exercise.” A client must always be the driver of their own success, but Nick sees an important role for strength and conditioning coaches to enable their client’s full potential. He believes, “A facilitator gives people what they need to achieve what they want.”

A solid training and rehab regime is built on adhering to these four principles: goal specificity, individuality, progressive overload and variability. Nick has found that, “If you focus your training or your rehabilitation approaches on principles and you go from principles up not methods down, your training or your rehab approach will never go out of date.”

Nick’s experience with members of the health and fitness community has led him to believe that an open approach to communication rather than a divisive or pedagogical one will lead to more success in promoting your message. Nick advises, “Ask more questions and genuinely listen.”

For more information on Nick:

“A bit of an outsider…”

That’s how Nick Tumminello describes himself in the fitness industry. He’s an independent thinker who avoids falling in line with the crowd. His goal is to provide practical solutions that deliver specific results.

Nick’s hybrid approach to training allows him to leverage the tools, knowledge and skills of many disciplines and methods to help his clients and to educate other trainers how to deliver results.

As early as his teenage years Nick knew that he wanted to be a trainer. His early influence came from his mother, growing up in a gym watching her prepare for bodybuilding competitions. She’ll tell you that “Nick grew up on iron and sweat.”

As a way to connect Nick and his mother attended fitness events and conferences from the time he was 16 years old.

Personal training is the only ‘real job’ nick’s ever known. But, his story isn’t common. Not being one to fall in line with the crowd Nick never attended college or got a degree. He graduated high school as an average student. He worked hard to accumulate a lot of on the job experience and despite his distaste for structured education Nick was very interested in learning.

After being fired from his first two personal training jobs due to his independent thinking and lack of needing to ‘fit in’ he went off on his own to start a business.

Training and fitness aren’t a hobby to Nick. This is a profession that he’s very passionate about.

It would be easy to confuse Nick as a ‘science guy’ due to his ability to challenge thoughts and ideas, the way he respects the scientific process and critical thinking. However, he’s most excited by the application and end results that the information he learns and the ideas he creates can produce.   “Studies and research are great, but if there is no practical application there is no need”

Nick’s approach to many things can be described in three words…

Hustle and Muscle.

This is applied in training, business and intellectually for Nick.

Resources discussed on this show:

San Diego Pain Summit

Nick Tumminello Website

Amazon: Your Workout PERFECTED

Amazon: Building Muscle and Performance: A Program for Size, Strength & Speed

Amazon: Strength Training for Fat Loss

Nick Tumminello Instagram

Nick Tumminello Facebook

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Have a great week and stay Healthy Wealthy and Smart!

Xo Karen

Jan 29 2018 · 58mins
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Episode 137 Nick Tumminello Interview

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This week our guest is Nick Tumminello fitness expert from Fort Lauderdale Florida. Nick is not a golfer but understands what it takes to train golfers to play their best. Here is a little bit about Nick.

Nick’s hybrid approach to training allows him to leverage the tools, knowledge and skills of many disciplines and methods to help his clients and to educate other trainers how to deliver results.

As early as his teenage years Nick knew that he wanted to be a trainer. His early influence came from his mother, growing up in a gym watching her prepare for bodybuilding competitions. She’ll tell you that “Nick grew up on iron and sweat.”

As a way to connect Nick and his mother attended fitness events and conferences from the time he was 16 years old.

Personal training is the only ‘real job’ nick’s ever known. But, his story isn’t common. Not being one to fall in line with the crowd Nick never attended college or got a degree. He graduated high school as an average student. He worked hard to accumulate a lot of on the job experience and despite his distaste for structured education Nick was very interested in learning.

After being fired from his first two personal training jobs due to his independent thinking and lack of needing to ‘fit in’ he went off on his own to start a business.

Training and fitness aren’t a hobby to Nick. This is a profession that he’s very passionate about.

It would be easy to confuse Nick as a ‘science guy’ due to his ability to challenge thoughts and ideas, the way he respects the scientific process and critical thinking. However, he’s most excited by the application and end results that the information he learns and the ideas he creates can produce.   “Studies and research are great, but if there is no practical application there is no need”

Nick’s approach to many things can be described in three words…

Hustle and Muscle.

This is applied in training, business and intellectually for Nick.

Training:

Nick’s hybrid, mixed approach to training allows for the possibility that you can look great and perform great at the same time with a calculated and specific approach to training.

Contact Nick-http://nicktumminello.com/

Jun 26 2017 · 42mins
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